Milwaukee is a city with great diversity. The many differences among its residents make for a unique blend of culture, race, age and socioeconomic status that sets this city apart. Trying to understand the health needs of such a diverse population can be challenging.
Archive | February 2008
Try as we will to ignore them, there are some problems that just won’t go away. We’re running out of oil and our climate is changing. The way we produce our food in this country is becoming increasingly unsustainable. Change is going to happen. Our only choice in the matter is whether we choose to […]
We are all mesmerized by the transformation of the caterpillar into the butterfly. Equally awesome, but somehow underappreciated, is the transformation of the world’s flowers into the seeds and fruit that we – along with the rest of the animal kingdom – depend on.
Want to get a strong reaction from Lucy Krajna? Begin your opinion about what matters in this area with the statement, “I’m a Riverwest pioneer. I’ve lived here for 9 (5, 8, 11) years,” and feel the walls shake.
Q: You wrote about compact fluorescents previously, but what about the big, long fluorescent lightbulbs? Can we recycle those at our local hazardous waste drop off too?