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by Sharlene Sharmila Richards, Immigration Lawyer Email at srichardslaw@aol.com

Q: I am a US Citizen who resides overseas. Recently, I tried to

How Medicare Prescription Plan works with other Insurance

Employer or union health coverage Employer or union health coverage refers to health coverage from your, your spouse’s, or other family member’s current

In US, obesity, smoking more common in rural areas: study

WASHINGTON | AFP | 6/19/2018 – People who live in rural areas of the United States are far more likely than city dwellers

New study reveals how we can go from hungry to hangry

New US research has revealed two important factors that could cause us to feel “hangry,” an emotional state which is a combination of

Antioxidants: a global beauty trend

Antioxidants have been a major beauty trend for some time now — and they are set to become even more ubiquitous

Trump orders halt to family separations


President Donald Trump ordered an end to the separation of migrant children from their parents on the US border Wednesday,

Yoga: Indian practice turned global phenomenon


The Indian discipline of yoga, involving spiritual and physical practices, is followed in myriad forms today by millions of people

Monsanto faces first US trial over Roundup cancer link


In the first trial of its kind, a Californian dying of cancer is suing US agrochemical giant Monsanto, claiming its

Political milestones for women after New Zealand PM gives birth


New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has become only the second leader to give birth while in office, in another

Pope Francis seeks ‘unity’ with non-Catholics in Geneva


Pope Francis called Thursday for deeper unity between the Catholic Church and other Christian faiths as he visited Geneva, a