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Computers, Older Adults, and Libraries


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President Obama won re-election over Republican candidate Mitt Romney.
Dr. David Brownsteins Natural Wa y to Health Vol. 3, Issue 6 Achieving & Maintaining Your Optimal Health Dont Fall for the High Blood Pressure Scam
When I was in medical school in the 1980s, I was taught that blood pressure normally rises as one ages. The leading cardiologists at Wayne State University School of Medicine felt that a normal blood pressure could be ascertained by adding 90 to the patients age. The resulting number would be the average systolic blood pressure for the individual patient. For example, a 60-year-old patient would be expected to have a systolic blood pressure of 150 mmHg, while an 89-year-old patient would have a systolic pressure of 170 mmHg. Those same expert cardiologists told me that a diastolic pressure less than 100 mmHg was normal for most people. Now, however, new recommendations from the American Heart Association assert that normal systolic blood pressure should be less than 120 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure, less than 80 mmHg. Accepting these new recommendations means that nearly half of all adult Americans would be classi ed as having hypertension or prehypertension requiring medical therapy. This is big business. More than 40 million doctor visits per year are for patients seeking care for hypertension. So, are the old recommendations right, or the new ones? (This story continued on page 3)

accessibility. As more and more resources move out of print and into the electronic realm, they may be available, but at what cost, and to whom? If a person cannot use a computer, electronic access is useless to them, just as books are useless to someone who is illiterate. Thus libraries have become a source of refuge for older adults caught in the digital divide.

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Sherrod Brown is the senior United States Senator from Ohio

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, OH-

released the following statement regarding her re-election to a third full term in the U.S. House of Representatives: "As I prepare to serve the people of the Eleventh Congressional District in a new term, I o er my thanks to the voters who placed their trust in me. I extend my pledge to work hard for the people of my district and to be your voice in Washington. I welcome the opportunity to servemy existing constituents and look forward to representing new communities and residents in the expanded district, as well as addressing the concerns that matter to Northeast Ohioans. Chief among those concerns is to foster economic growth that works for everyone. Our district and our nation face many important issues and I am ready to get back to work for all the people I serve." Background: Congresswoman Fudge was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in a special election in November 2008, re-elected in the general election that was held that same month and again in 2010. She is the Ranking Member of the Department Operations, Oversightand Credit Sub-committee of the Agriculture Committee and also sits on the Committee on Education and the Workforce. The Congresswoman is a life-long resident of Northeast Ohio an resides in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.

Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11)

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But two of the biggest districts in the state each desperate to pass levies were successful. Voters in Cleveland approved a new, 15-mill levy that will largely go to pay for the Cleveland plan aimed at restoring the failing district. And the Akron schools managed to pass a 7.9-mill levy after a similar attempt narrowly failed last year. Akron Public Schools o cially declared Issue 61 passed shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday, 52 percent to 41 percent. The Cleveland Public Schools levy passed 57 percent to 43 percent. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and CMSD CEO Eric Gordon recieved state support for Ohio House Bill 525, known as The Cleveland Plan in July when Governor John Kasich signed the plan. The law shifts some of the decision-making power in the district to the mayors o ce. In Akron Superintendent David James says this time the district started campaigning early, and was all over the community. We did not run TV ads. We went out knocking on doors and doing it the old fashioned way of actually meeting people and talking with them, James says. The Toledo school district was hoping to pass a levy to fund its own transformation plan, but voters there appeared to reject that levy. Renewal levies in Cincinnati and Youngstown both passed.

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When I was in medical school in the 1980s, I was taught that blood pressure normally rises as one ages. The leading cardiologists at Wayne State University School of Medicine felt that a normal blood pressure could be ascertained by adding 90 to the patients age. The resulting number would be the average systolic blood pressure for the individual patient. For example, a 60-year-old patient would be expected to have a systolic blood pressure of 150 mmHg, while an 89-year-old patient would have a systolic pressure of 170 mmHg. Those same expert cardiologists told me that a diastolic pressure less than 100 mmHg was normal for most people. Now, however, new recommendations from the American Heart Association assert that normal systolic blood pressure should be less than 120 mmHg and diastolic blood pressure, less than 80 mmHg. Accepting these new recommendations means that nearly half of all adult Americans would be classi ed as having hypertension or prehypertension requiring medical therapy. This is big business. More than 40 million doctor visits per year are for patients seeking care for hypertension. So, are the old recommendations right, or the new ones? (This story continued on page 3)

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Sherrod Brown is the senior United States Senator from Ohio

WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, OH-

released the following statement regarding her re-election to a third full term in the U.S. House of Representatives: "As I prepare to serve the people of the Eleventh Congressional District in a new term, I o er my thanks to the voters who placed their trust in me. I extend my pledge to work hard for the people of my district and to be your voice in Washington. I welcome the opportunity to servemy existing constituents and look forward to representing new communities and residents in the expanded district, as well as addressing the concerns that matter to Northeast Ohioans. Chief among those concerns is to foster economic growth that works for everyone. Our district and our nation face many important issues and I am ready to get back to work for all the people I serve." Background: Congresswoman Fudge was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives in a special election in November 2008, re-elected in the general election that was held that same month and again in 2010. She is the Ranking Member of the Department Operations, Oversightand Credit Sub-committee of the Agriculture Committee and also sits on the Committee on Education and the Workforce. The Congresswoman is a life-long resident of Northeast Ohio an resides in Warrensville Heights, Ohio.

Congresswoman Marcia L. Fudge (OH-11)

Marcy Kaptur earns her 16th term in Congress.

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But two of the biggest districts in the state each desperate to pass levies were successful. Voters in Cleveland approved a new, 15-mill levy that will largely go to pay for the Cleveland plan aimed at restoring the failing district. And the Akron schools managed to pass a 7.9-mill levy after a similar attempt narrowly failed last year. Akron Public Schools o cially declared Issue 61 passed shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday, 52 percent to 41 percent. The Cleveland Public Schools levy passed 57 percent to 43 percent. Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and CMSD CEO Eric Gordon recieved state support for Ohio House Bill 525, known as The Cleveland Plan in July when Governor John Kasich signed the plan. The law shifts some of the decision-making power in the district to the mayors o ce. In Akron Superintendent David James says this time the district started campaigning early, and was all over the community. We did not run TV ads. We went out knocking on doors and doing it the old fashioned way of actually meeting people and talking with them, James says. The Toledo school district was hoping to pass a levy to fund its own transformation plan, but voters there appeared to reject that levy. Renewal levies in Cincinnati and Youngstown both passed.

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Computers, Older Adults, and Libraries


Public libraries are comfortable places for older adults. Although libraries are changing to meet the needs of todays wired generation, they are still a known and familiar setting for reading, researching, and getting books and resources that would otherwise be unavailable. Public libraries are also institutions that are acutely aware of the difference between availability

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2013 Diversity Chamber Minority Business Outlook

Diversity Chamber to Aid Minority Business Entrepreneurs


December 14, 2012
Photo: Lou Acosta with: 1) Gen. Colin Powell 2 ) Mayor Frank Jackson of Cleveland 3) Dept. Of Labor Director Hilda Solis

The Diversity Chamber is proud to announce its on-going efforts to aid in business minority development. Diversity Chambers primary mission is to provide a cost-effective way to level the playing field for minority business owners unable to afford traditional chamber of commerce fees. Diversity Chamber also aids business minority development by providing opportunities to individuals to lead their own chapters, profit, pay taxes and create jobs in their local community. The Diversity Chamber aids in minority development in several ways, including its Business Networking Series, marketing and media opportunities, expos and monthly workshops for minority business entrepreneurs. Our local, regional and national educational events bring together leaders in every field to network, train or educate our communities and membership, Diversity Chamber CEO Lou Acosta said. Our professional development and business growth sessions include diversity, leadership, empowerment, giving, success and professionalism. Minority business owners will also benefit in monetary savings from a Diversity Chamber membership through its Member Discount Program. This program saves minority business owners thousands of dollars per year on an elite collection of local and national discounts from thousands of hotels, restaurants, retailers, car dealers, national attractions, events, concerts and more. A membership with Diversity Chamber gives minority business owners access to more than $4,500 in savings from companies like Costco, Sprint, Dell, Verizon Wireless, Overstock.com, Red Lobster, Brooks Brothers and countless other vendors. The Diversity Chamber is also committed to assisting the next generation of minority business owners with our College Outreach programs. The Diversity Chamber provides college students with diversity and business trainings and encourage the promotion of minority business scholarships. The Diversity Chamber also believes in community involvement, according to Acosta, we promote within our communities for the economic development and growth of our members, their businesses and careers. Diversity Chamber is currently welcoming new members and new chapter presidents all over the country. If you are in a market that is ignoring minority development in business, or you are a minority business owner or college student Diversity Chamber can assist you in realizing your business goals. For more information about joining Diversity Chamber and its minority development efforts, please visit us online at www.diversitychamber.com or call us at 216-394-0772 during normal business hours. The Diversity Chamber is established as a for profit member organization that promotes economic development and growth opportunities for women and minority entrepreneurs, professionals and students. For more information please visit us at www.diversitychamber.com and like us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/diversitychamber.

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