Deaf Librarian offers programs to underserved children, LGBTQ patrons

Aida Mallard
 
| The Gainesville Sun

University of Florida neurosurgery chair Dr. Brian Hoh has been elected the 2020-21 president of the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, one of the largest international neurosurgical societies, with over 9,800 members. UF Health neurosurgeons Dr. Daniel Hoh and Dr. Maryam Rahman also have been elected to leadership positions in the CNS: Daniel Hoh will serve as treasurer, and Rahman began her term last year as a member-at-large of the executive committee, according to a news release from UF Health.

“Dr. Hoh and his team embody the drive, passion and excellence that are elevating the University of Florida to claim its place among the very finest universities in this country,” said UF President Kent Fuchs.

“These elected positions recognize the expertise and leadership of University of Florida neurosurgeons in advancing the field to provide the best possible care to patients facing devastating conditions such as

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Government Debt Elimination – Advantages and Disadvantages of Government Bailout Programs

Government debt elimination seems the most suitable option for people who are tired of pending bills. However, do you know that you should measure the advantages as well as disadvantages of this option? You are making a mistake if you are only looking at the brighter side. Have a glance at the negative factors as well. At the moment, you cannot pay your actual bills because of financial complications. You have to pay according to your financial scalability. What are the pros and cons of government debt elimination? Let’s look at the details explained in the following points.

Advantages of government debt bailout programs

The following can be termed as the pros of government debt elimination

1. This method not only reduces your credit card bills but reduces them legitimately. There are no illegitimate factors attached with the debt settlement procedure.

2. You can forget about the sum that has … Read More

Tattoo Removal Programs Sponsored by the Government

Have you blamed yourself for having a tattoo? The day you decided to find a decent job and were given an interview, you were rejected because you have a tat. This is a sad scenario indeed. The fact is that most highly reputable companies are still conservative and hire only people who have no signs of aggression.

Sadly, tattoos are still perceived as signs of aggression, rebellion and being extremely headstrong. People who have this body art are stereotyped as individuals who have negative behaviors and are social deviants. While this stereotyping is not very well grounded for people who see these as an innocent art, tattoos history of prejudice still speaks strongly.

If you have a tattoo and you want it removed, don’t worry as there are now plenty of tattoo removal programs. If you are a teenager, you can have the tattoo removal teens programs for teenagers which … Read More

How Government Student Loan Debt Forgiveness Programs Create Huge Tax Debt

Those breathing a sigh of relief that their student loan debt is now in line with their income may want to re-evaluate the guidelines that set the income based payment in the first place. There could be a tax time bomb looming, slowly ticking away. And with America’s focus on student loan debt and job security, defusing it is not a big part of the policy discussion in Washington at the moment… but we have been keeping a watchful eye and our projections might shock you…

Should You Have to Pay Taxes on Forgiven Student Loan Debt?

If you’re enrolled in the income-based repayment program, should you have to pay income taxes on the loan balance that the government dismisses?

This potential tax bill is a byproduct of federal efforts, including the newly expanded income-based repayment program, that allow you to limit the monthly payments on most federal loans to … Read More