We discuss Miss Lamb’s experiences during the pandemic and glean her thoughts on how it affected the quality of writing among journalists. She explains how disruptions in normal journalistic processes hamper accurate reporting and fact-checking.
Sandra Lamb is an award-winning author of many books, including; Writing Well for Business Success; 3000 Power Words and Phrases for Effective Performance; How to Write It: A Complete Guide to Everything You’ll Ever Write; and Personal Notes How to Write from the Heart for Any Occasion. She is a former columnist for The Denver Post and former Rocky Mountain News, and she has written relationship/psychology articles for national women’s magazines such as Family Circle and Woman’s Day; and health care and science articles for such publications as Scientific American, AARP, and many others.
The StreetRx Program captures “street price” of prescription drugs
The street price of prescription drugs as well as illicit drugs is captured through a publicly-accessible website www.StreetRx.com. The site allows for anonymous submission of street prices paid for specific prescription and illicit drugs. The geographical area is captured along with the street price paid. Visitors to the site can also view submissions of other street prices paid for a range of these drugs.
Source: Radars System