Write your invitation on a large piece of card that is big enough to read from a distance. Get your party child to hold it in front of themselves, or if it’s really big perhaps have them stand next to it, but whatever they do they must have a huge cheesy grin on their little face. Now it is as simple as taking a picture, printing them on your home computer or through your local photo processing shop on standard 10 x 15 cm photo paper.
The City of White Plains Department of Public Works has embarked on an LED streetlight replacement project which involves the replacement of all the old High Pressure Sodium street lights throughout the City. This is close to 5,000 lights. In addition to the savings in electrical costs, these fixtures will result in lower maintenance costs, including zero replacement costs for 10 years, and fewer outages because of the extremely long life and durability of the new LED fixtures..
Schmalz’s reporting took AIDS “from a medical story, a public health story, a science story, and made it a deeply human story,” said Freedman. “He got on the beat right when this was a disease crossing the lines of race, class and sexual orientation.” His articles also raised the bar on the paper’s AIDS coverage, setting a standard for other news organizations. His last story, which decried growing public complacency, appeared several weeks after his death in November 1993..
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‘Panama’ and ‘health’ brings to light polar realities: the increasing instances of medical tourism and inexpensive private health insurance for the minory of non Panamanians, and the health care inequalities for the majority of Panamanians. During a one month exploratory study in Panama, I looked at health issues that affected the Panamanian citizenry, which is often overlooked by the tourism industry: mainly public health care systems, health education, and cultural perceptions of medical issues. During my time in Panama over January, I conducted an exploratory study to discover the ways health and health care was discussed in an urban environment with growing disparities, to assess the delivery of health care (prevention and treatment) to children at Hospital del Nino, as well as to bear witness and observing the truths of children’s vulnerability to certain diseases and health conditions going beyond the restrictions of aggregated data tables..