The All Star Post - News and Current Events RSS

It's Time to Raise Awareness About Seizures and Epilepsy Thousands of people suffer from seizures every year. Some aren't so lucky enough to get out alive. This tragic story about Cameron Boyce, a Disney Channel Star, is a horrific one. At just 20 years old Cameron Boyce suffered a very damaging seizure.  Information wasn't available immediately  following the tragic news. When this happens it makes some media sceptics jump to conclusions wondering immediately about the worse case scenario like drug overdose or opioid abuse.  At such a young age this is possible but not likely according to relatives and friends...

Read more

      As Stated by the New York Post,      "LAS VEGAS — The buzz began before noon local time Friday, well before the first of 10 games tipped off on the opening day of the Las Vegas Summer League. A hot sun was beating down on the concrete, though it did little to discourage the never-ending line of fans that zigzagged around the Thomas & Mack Center. Most of the sold-out crowd was there for one reason. The Zion Williamson show was in town. In a city that advertises shows of all kinds, this was unlike any...

Read more

Ah yes, America on The 4th of July 2019 Wouldn't Be The Same Without Fireworks. Over the years we have accumulated videos of fireworks gone wrong on the 4th of July. Please enjoy and remember to share the link from this page.

Read more

Facebook was hit with a major outage today, July 3rd 2019, as users around the world reported photos not uploading and displaying correctly. The outage also affected Facebook-owned apps such as Instagram and WhatsApp.If you’ve been seeing blank gray or broken icons in places where photos should be, it’s not just you!  Starting at around 10am EST (7am PST), users of Facebook and Instagram began reporting that photos weren’t showing up after being uploaded. Many photos were replaced with broken image icons, but since Facebook includes AI-generated descriptions of photos for the visually impaired, many photos were also replaced with text...

Read more

Some of the top HIV and AIDS priorities of the Florida Department of Health include but are not limited to:                          HIV/AIDS Surveillance HIV/AIDS Education HIV/AIDS Prevention HIV/AIDS Counseling HIV/AIDS Testing HIV/AIDS Care HIV/AIDS Treatment Florida's HIV and AIDS problem is getting worse. According to the Director of the CDC, Robert R. Redfield, MD he will be helping to eliminate the problem with prevention awareness messaging and more throughout the most infected counties.  What Our Company Does in Communities Across Florida to Combat HIV and AIDS, is Making a Large...

Read more