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In observance of Labor Day, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital outpatient services, including outpatient pharmacies, are closed Sept. 7. BACH Emergency Center, labor and delivery, inpatient services and supporting emergency services will remain open. The COVID Clinic and Triage Line also wi…

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Given the understanding that our nation was founded on the principle of “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” as a mantra, it’s difficult to believe that this ideal largely excluded women.

It appears that even though we humans have advanced so far in terms of technology and commerce we have neglected a once prominent skill. We have neglected this skill to such an extent that we no longer understand how to participate or appreciate the art of partaking in a dialogue. We have fo…

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Within group dynamics, divisiveness happens. In the workplace, this means people have a propensity to divide themselves, form cliques and effect polarization. It is unfortunate but it happens and sometimes it is unpreventable.

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There is something very comforting and reassuring about making physical human contact, such as giving someone a sociably acceptable hug or a handshake, especially in one’s home life among Family. However, in the workplace, touching another person is considered a highly guarded and cautious a…

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Throughout history, the enigmatic ideology of race has continued to evolve. In the Western Hemisphere, race was established and developed as a means to rate and rank people in a societal hierarchy based solely on their phenotype or physical appearance, which likely denoted their ethnicity. T…

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