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Latest News

15 Oct

Vaping by Dr. Darryl Addington, SAR Surgeon General

There have now been over a 1000 cases of pulmonary illnesses linked to vaping with 12 deaths. The reason for the illnesses has not been determined.

Nicotine, flavoring, other chemicals are contained in vaping liquids. They may also contain THC, tetrahydrocannabinol, the psychoactive

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23 Sep

Diabetes and B-12 by Dar. Darryl Addington, Surgeon General

Diabetes adult onset or Type II affects about 10% of the population. This is about 10 million. Metformin is one of the medications most prescribed by physicians. Vitamin B-12 deficiency or low normal levels have been found in approximately 40% of people taking Metformin. Low B-12 can result in an

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16 Sep

2019 Constitution Day & Citizenship Day Proclamation

President General Proclamation
Constitution Day & Citizenship Day

On September 17 “We the People” will observe Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the United States Constitution in Philadelphia. This 232-year-old document is the world’s longest su

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09 Sep

2019 - September 11, 2001 Proclamation

On the morning of September 11, 2001, the United States was forever changed. Terrorists flew two planes into the World Trade Center in New York City, eventually causing the collapse of the towers. Additional planes crashed into the Pentagon and in western Pennsylvania, causing even more destructi

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04 Sep

Health Risk Factors by Dr Darryl Addington, Surgeon General

The number one risk for your health is smoking. This has been well known for years, if you use tobacco in any way you should quit.

The number two factor is lack of exercise. Before starting an exercise program, consult your personal physician. The recommended cardio-vascular exercise is

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03 Sep

James Muir Interview

Interview with "Sons of Liberty 1775" sculptor James Muir.

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03 Sep

Flu by Dr Darryl Addington, Surgeon General

Flu season is approaching. The onset is late September or early October

And lasts until April. The peak time is February. The flu vaccine is recommended for everyone over 6 months of age. The vaccine should be given in late September or early October.

The flu is worse for

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30 Aug

2019 Labor Day Proclamation

On Monday, September 2, 2019 the American worker will celebrate Labor Day and recognize its 125th anniversary. Labor Day is dedicated to American workers whose social and economic achievements have added to our nation’s highest standard of living and production of goods and services.

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23 Aug

The 245th Anniversary of the Bermuda Gunpowder Plot

In the summer of 1775, the American Colonies are in revolt and the British have responded to the growing crisis in the colonies with a blockade of American ports. The blockade hurt Bermuda as the islands already had a shortage of food, putting the islanders at risk of starvation. Bermudians were

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20 Aug

Health Risk Factors by Surgeon General Darryl Addington, MD

The number one risk for your health is smoking. This has been well known for years, if you use tobacco in any way you should quit. The number two factor is lack of exercise. Before starting an exercise program, consult your personal physician. The recommended cardio-vascular exercise is 150 minut

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