On January 7th, The Compassionate Care Act was passed in New York State. This law allowed medical marijuana to be prescribed to patients with illnesses like cancer, AIDS, Parkinson’s, Huntington’s ALS and other severe pain related diseases. According to the New York State Department of Health the Compassionate Care Act is smokeless, meaning that only edible forms of […]More
Deia De Marco
Wanderer, explorer, advocate, peace seeker, ocean lover.
So I’ve been reading a lot of different things in various health magazines about shampoos lately. One magazine says to shower and shampoo daily, another says to stagger your shampoos but there is never any information more substantial as to why other than what the “experts say”. I decided to do a little more digging into […]More
That’s right, Facebook is in the process of developing something called Instant Articles. A new online program directly linked with Facebook that allows publishers to instantly share their articles to their readers. Claiming to be designed with publishers of all size, all over the world, this could potentially be the next revolution in news.More
You are what you eat right? The Center for Disease Control acknowledges that there are a multitude of benefits that come from healthy eating. Benefits that include lower blood pressure, lower cholesterol, reduced risk for diabetes, obesity, the list goes on and on.. Eating a balanced meal is hard to do, and there are […]More
My Mobile Social Media class at Ithaca College’s Park School took an interesting turn when we had a Skype session with an Ithaca College Alumni Aaron Edwards. 2012 graduate, he has been working at the company Buzzfeed ever since he left the New York Times about a year ago (impressive, I know). Clicking on the Buzzfeed websites […]More