United Against Poverty, Indian River County, FL is Not a Food Pantry.

The reason United Against Poverty (UP) is not a food pantry is because it challenges the system that creates hunger in the first place.  It serves those in poverty by providing an array of interconnected services in crisis care, case management, transformative education, food and household subsidy, employment training and placement, personal empowerment training and … Continue reading United Against Poverty, Indian River County, FL is Not a Food Pantry.

ARE YOU SMARTER THAN AN FP&L SMART METER?

Contributed by Phyllis Frey, Vero Beach, FL* Before you answer, bear in mind that smart meters do not actually raise your I.Q. However, if you are willing to relinquish your privacy in order to "feel" smarter, then the smart meter is for you. At a time when cyber security is of utmost importance, this surveillance device … Continue reading ARE YOU SMARTER THAN AN FP&L SMART METER?

Electromagnetic Radiation Safety: 2018 Year in Review

5G Permits Granted in Indian River County, FL. From the office of Community Development: 12/10/18 Adam Heltemes who manages IRC county right-of-way issues reported the following: *Mobilite LTE has been granted 2 permits for 5G deployment *Verizon has 2 pending applications   Published December 30, 2018 (Updated Dec 31) / Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D. Director Center … Continue reading Electromagnetic Radiation Safety: 2018 Year in Review

You Most Likely Have Microbeads in Your Tap Water.

Microbeads are man-made solid plastic particles cosmetic companies put in their products for exfoliating power.  But once you wash your face, these microbeads go down the drain straight into waterways and waste water treatment plants. They are so small - about a millimeter in diameter –that they are hard to detect except with a microscope. … Continue reading You Most Likely Have Microbeads in Your Tap Water.

Indian River County, FL Hospital District Trustees Don’t Know How/Where the Indigent People Live.

In the August 9, 2018 edition of Vero Beach 32963, Michelle Genz wrote an article which was entitled “Hospital District grapples with indigent care”.  The entire article was devoted to the District or potential Cleveland Clinic reimbursement for Indian River County indigent care. Except this: In her article, she wrote that “Julianne Price, head of … Continue reading Indian River County, FL Hospital District Trustees Don’t Know How/Where the Indigent People Live.

Glioblastoma in Ft. Pierce, FL (34982) Being Addressed By Congressman Brian Mast.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=1yUSQSSGjsM   Glioblastoma, also known as glioblastoma multiforme, is the most aggressive cancer that begins within the brain. Dr. Henry Friedman, a neuro-oncologist and Deputy Director of the Preston Robert TischBrain Tumor Center at Duke University has said the only known contributor to glioblastoma is exposure to radiation. Related Article: https://verocommunique.com/2018/04/18/nearly-30-cases-and-counting-of-glioblastoma-in-st-lucie-county-fl-over-a-span-of-nearly-five-years/ While Glioblastoma only affects only … Continue reading Glioblastoma in Ft. Pierce, FL (34982) Being Addressed By Congressman Brian Mast.

Nearly 30 Cases and Counting of Glioblastoma in St. Lucie County, FL Over a Span of Five Years.

Glioblastoma, also known as glioblastoma multiforme, is the most aggressive cancer that begins within the brain. In a report by Meghan McRoberts of WPTV on April 6, 2018, nearly 30 cases of glioblastoma have been uncovered by WPTV in St. Lucie County over a period of five years, and more cases precede that timeframe. Nearly … Continue reading Nearly 30 Cases and Counting of Glioblastoma in St. Lucie County, FL Over a Span of Five Years.