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More than 400,000 women serve in the Armed Forces, and receive their health insurance from the Department of Defense’s Military Health System.
Words matter. As kids we learn that sticks and stones can break our bones but words can never hurt us, but we soon realize that this isn’t entirely true. Bruises fade after a few days, but words linger in our minds for much longer.
Most of the time, we here at the RAC try to give you answers, or at least the tools to find your own answers.
Cheerleading doesn’t necessarily have a great reputation in popular culture. Movies like Bring It On – and all of its many sequels – portray high school cheerleaders as walking stereotypes of negativity: vapid and ditzy at best, cruel and calculating at worst.
Caution: Lots of learning contained in the post below; read at your own risk. First, a quick text study.
Poverty is a problem in America. This morning the Census released data on people living in poverty in 2011.