Month: July 2017

Betsy DeVos – Setting Her Sights on Success for all Children

Betsy DeVos was chosen as Secretary of Education amid much controversy. Critics claimed that DeVos had no experience in education; they claimed that she was nothing more than a rich philanthropist. Had those same critics actually looked over Mrs. DeVos’ body of work – in education – they would see that she has done more

InnovaCare Health: Leaders Dr. Shinto and Penelope Kokkinides

Dr. Richard Shinto has been in the managed care industry for over 20 years. Much of his career has focused on clinical and operational healthcare. Currently, Dr. Shinto is President and CEO of InnovaCare, Inc. He’s also the CEO of InnovaCare’s Health Plans in Puerto Rico. In Southern California, Dr. Shinto has medical tenure as

Mikhail Blagosklonny on Anti-Aging Drugs

Many people believe that aging is brought about by consistent molecular damage with no means of prevention. Mikhail Blagosklonny who is a renowned scientist focusing on the study of aging and cancer gave a different account of this belief about aging. In the article, rejuvenating immunity aging is explained through hyperfunction theory. The theory holds