Infinite Scholars Program Responds: Does Black Education Matter? by Laura Dorsey, ISP SE Regional Vice President/Board Member

You have read and heard all of the headlines.  Asthma, hypertension, diabetes, and heart diseases are risk factors for COVID-19 fatality in the minority community. This community is contracting and dying from the novel coronavirus at rates that double and triple those of other races. Some of the explanations for the disparities include financial and…

Dr. Waite Talks

Significant social and economic disparities persist in women’s health and health care. Reducing these disparities in health and health care should be a priority for all obstetrician gynecologists. Dr. Norma Waite, OBGYN is on the front line of this crisis. She understands the role that practitioner bias can play in health outcomes and health care.…

The Town of Windermere

One of Orange County’s oldest communities, the Town of Windermere is home to some of the most expensive homes in the area. Preserving its heritage, the town perfectly mixes sprawling mansions with historical property to form a unique eclectic aesthetic. In addition to scenic views, Windermere’s amenities are hard to top – golf courses, country…

Cannabidiol to the Rescue

Since  the Colorado Amendment 64 in 2012 that changed the drug policy for cannabis in the state of Colorado, the world has accelerated the research analysis of cannabis and its various uses for harmless consumption. As a plant, it is written that the use has been around since the 3rd millennium B.C. Cannabis was restricted…

Reaching for the World Record

The Guinness Book of World Records is a reference book published annually, listing world records of human achievements. Tiberius Boy is applying to be recognized as the world’s youngest radio talk show host. This pint-sized wonder started broadcasting in Central Florida at the age of seven. You can listen to his weekly broadcast on The…