I came across an article yesterday on Timeline.com: “The Nazi Breeding and Infanticide Program You Probably Never Knew About”. The article describes the Nazi breeding program that involved encouraging and forcing “pure Aryan” women to get pregnant from “pure Aryan” men and taking the babies to be educated by the SS, as well as the active euthanasia of “impure” babies.
There is a reason you may never have known about this. Continue reading
Posted in Adolf Hitler, Emigration / Immigration, Eugenics, Fascism, German Nazi Party (NSDAP), Government US, Healthcare, Language, Media, Third Reich, World War Two
Tagged American history, ethnic minorities, Eugenics, euthanasia, healthcare, history, Holocaust, immigration, mandatory sterilization, Nazi Germany, Poverty, selective breeding, women's rights, World War Two, WWII
This article is written by my cousin. If you live in Holland or in Europe and you’re able to donate to keep the magazine Lotje&Co afloat, please do. Parents of special-needs children can feel so isolated and this magazine helps them with support and communication.
Posted in Healthcare, Psychology, Writing
Tagged crowdfunding, gezondheidszorg, Lotje&Co, samenleving, society, special needs children, support, welzijn, Writing, zorgintensieve kinderen
Yesterday I discussed Habitica, an app that I find not just helpful, but fun to use as an incentive to improve my mental and physical health. Today I’ll discuss the other three, as promised. Continue reading
Posted in Consumption, Healthcare, Sports
Tagged breathing apps, Calm, exercise apps, fitness apps, health apps, meditation, relaxation apps, sleep apps, sleep stories, Sworkit, wellness apps, workout apps, yoga apps, Yoga Studio
Twenty-three years ago this month, I emigrated to the United Stated. Or so I thought at the time. I now know that emigration is a process that lasts the rest of one’s life. Maybe it’s easier for someone who emigrates from a developing country, for someone who always wanted to come to America. I never did. And when I came, I thought it was temporary. I now know it’s not. Continue reading
Posted in Emigration / Immigration, Healthcare, Psychology
Tagged emigration, Habitica, habits, health, health apps, healthy habits, immigration, mental health, wellness, wellness apps
A Trump surrogate recently stated that, without stricter immigration policies, we’ll soon see a taco truck on every street corner. Now, I’m almost per definition against anything coming from the Trump camp. I’m liberal, anti-bigotry, anti-fascism and all that. However, I’m not that easily pigeon-holed. Because I have to say, I agree that having a taco truck on every street corner would be a terrible scenario on every level.
Here’s why. Continue reading
Posted in Eating out, Emigration / Immigration, Employment, Healthcare, US Politics
Tagged 2016 presidential election, addiction, Donald Trump, Hispanics, humor, Illegal Immigration, Mexican food, Mexicans, Opinion, politics, taco truck on every corner, taco trucks, tacos