Archive for November, 2016

Read This Article To Learn More About Arthritis

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

You have a general idea of what arthritis is, but you cannot imagine how it impacts people as greatly as it does. It seems hard to imagine that so many people miss work because of it. Use this article to shed some light on how difficult it can be to live with arthritis. If you are suffering from rheumatoid arthritis, make sure you’re getting enough omega-3 in your diet. If you’re not, consider taking a supplement like fish oil to help get those levels up. Studies have shown that omega-3 has many anti-inflammatory benefits for those who suffer from rheumatoid […] Read More →

Housing Policy Veteran Meg Burns Promoted to Collingwood Group Partner

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

[ad_1] Meg Burns Washington, DC (PRWEB) November 30, 2016 The Collingwood Group, a Washington, DC-based business advisory firm, is proud to announce the promotion of Meg Burns to Partner. Burns joined the firm just two years ago as Managing Director and has successfully leveraged an accomplished career in housing policy to drive unparalleled value to Collingwood clients. Burns, a long-time veteran of federal housing finance and policy, brings more than two decades of industry experience. Prior to joining The Collingwood Group, Burns served as Senior Associate Director for Housing and Regulatory Policy at the Federal Housing Finance Agency, where […] Read More →

Archbishop Murphy’s ‘overlooked’ quarterback Connor Johnson leads Wildcats into state-championship game

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

[ad_1] On a talented team with several top-end players, ATM’s quarterback sometimes gets overshadowed, but he’s been a key piece for the top-ranked Wildcats. EVERETT – Jerry Jensen made a promise to Connor Johnson after last season. It’s a promise the Archbishop Murphy football coach hasn’t always been able to keep. But neither Jen­sen, nor his quarterback, really mind as the Wildcats prepare for this weekend’s Class 2A state-title game. “I promised him this offseason that we would throw the ball about 15 times per game, and I’m not sure how many times we’ve hit that. Maybe once this year,” […] Read More →

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