Tear gas is a chemical weapon that is banned for use in warfare, yet U.S. police have repeatedly deployed it against people protesting police brutality and anti-black violence this week. Though it’s considered a non-lethal weapon, tear gas is actually far more dangerous than advertised—especially in the midst of a global pandemic.
Today I’m sharing some more great points from the new book Keys to a Successful Retirement. The book is written by my friend, Fritz Gilbert (author of The Retirement Manifesto), and contains several key points that I haven’t found in many other retirement books. This is probably because most authors write about retirement in theory. […]The post Keys to a Successful Retirement, Part 2 appeared first on ESI Money.
Mainstream medicine has long had a healthy skepticism of dietary supplements, extending to the present day with commentaries like “Enough is enough.” In an essay entitled “Battling quackery,” however, published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, it’s argued that we may have gone too far in our supplement bashing,