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$100 Million Play Smart. Play Safe Sham

$100 Million Play Smart. Play Safe Sham

The U.S. Football League’s $100 Million Play Smart. Play Safe Initiative a Sham, says Internationally recognized pathologist, Dr. Bennet Ifeakandu Omalu.  Dr. Omalu, known as “the Concussion Doctor,” tells Westminster College symposium attendees the NFL has no credibility in medical research. By The AfricaPaper | USA FULTON, MO – The forensic pathologist who identified and […]

Malawi Public Hospitals Turn Death Waiting Shelters

Malawi Public Hospitals Turn Death Waiting Shelters

By Henry Kijimwana Mhango | The AfricaPaper. Lilongwe, Malawi – A significant number of people are dying in Malawi’s public hospitals from what may seemed curable diseases due to shortage of critical medicine and food to feed patients while in hospitals. The shortage has continued to affect many people, mostly the poor and putting lives […]

Liberian VP Thanks Minnesotans for Goodwill During Ebola Crisis

Liberian VP Thanks Minnesotans  for Goodwill During Ebola Crisis

By Issa A. Mansaray | The AfricaPaper Brooklyn Center, Minn – Liberia still has problems, and its government is looking for solutions and international help on how to solve the country’s chronic healthcare shortage and needed government services, such as better education, shelters for the homeless and improved road conditions. Visit Vice President Joseph N. […]

Opinion: Protecting Seniors from Schemes and Scams

Opinion: Protecting Seniors from Schemes and Scams

By Deb Taylor | The AfricaPaper Dwight, 74, is more cautious now after being stung by a classified advertisement he saw in an online magazine. The ad promised $100 in legal currency for $50. Dwight (naively) felt it was a good deal so he dashed off a check for $50 and mailed it to a […]

FLOOD: Victims Concern Over Disease Outbreak

FLOOD: Victims Concern Over Disease Outbreak

By Mohammad Ibrahim | The AfricaPaper Kaduna, Nigeria – Residents of flood-ravaged communities in Kaduna state have expressed health concerns over their unkempt environments since the flood waters came their way over two week ago leaving 12 people dead and hundreds homeless. Stench They have been battling with stench from lost valuables such as food […]

George Family Foundation Brings Hopes; Pumps $3 million for New Approaches to Mind-body Wellness

George Family Foundation Brings Hopes; Pumps $3 million for New Approaches to Mind-body Wellness

By Issa Mansaray and James Fasuekoi | The AfricaPaper Minneapolis, Minn – The George Family Foundation on Tuesday, launched a new Catalyst Initiative (CI) project in Minneapolis, Minn. It is designed to tackle mind-body wellness practices for all Minnesotans in a new way perhaps, never seen before. Catalyst tries to connect all communities together. Larger […]

Opinion: A Half Century of Progress for Older Adults

Opinion: A Half Century of Progress for Older Adults

By Deb Taylor | The AfricaPaper We’ve come a long way on our journey to enhance support and care for the older adults in our communities. When President Lyndon Johnson signed the Older Americans Act (OAA) in 1965, the legislation represented an historic step towards improving the lives of seniors in the areas of income, […]

OPINION: Retiring? Then what?

OPINION: Retiring? Then what?

By Deb Taylor | The AfricaPaper Looking forward to retirement? Are you daydreaming about saying sayanara to the daily grind, the chaotic commutes? Scary Freedom Most of us spend 40 years in the workplace developing skills, supporting our families, and helping others. And then, it ends. Freedom – but a scary freedom. Often, much of […]

Sierra Leone’s Ebola Orphans

Sierra Leone’s Ebola Orphans

As the virus continues to wreak havoc in the country, it leaves a trail of more than 800 Orphans in Sierra Leone. From the capital, Freetown our correspondent reports. By Abubakarr Kamara | The AfricaPaper Freetown, Sierra Leone – With schools yet to reopen since it last closed in June this year, hundreds of children […]

Abortion: A Conservative Nation’s Problem. Should it be Legalised?

Abortion: A Conservative Nation’s Problem. Should it be Legalised?

By Joseph Kayira | The AfricaPaper MALAWI – Abortion is a contentious issue in Malawi. A restrictive law on abortion has created a heated debate on whether or not policymakers should conduct wider consultations on the issue that is already dividing a conservative nation. In this interview with The AfricaPaper (TAP), Juliana Lunguzi (J.L), Malawi […]

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