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Colorado Springs Hispania News (Newspaper) - November 17, 2005, Colorado Springs, Colorado Writer producer of a la Bamba to perform speak at pc see Page to . It a Piispa Siatuu can anyone help save or move this historic landmark near the historic Santa be Trail South of the Arkansas River once known As Mexico in Las Animas co sits an abandoned columbian school of High artistic value9, exquisite craftsmanship and a Spanish Patio surrounded by a covered Arcade and colonnade of Brick Arches. Budget cuts win harm hispanic american students by Joe below president consumer rankers association a a a a a Nan int while teaching at a school for mexican american children a Young Lyndon b. Johnson became troubled by the realization that the majority of his students were too poor to pursue a higher education. Having been forced to drop out of College himself because of a Lack of funds lbs recognized that if a White male in that Era had difficulty paying for College then poor hispanics had no Chance. When he became president of the United states years later he sought to ensure that everyone had Access to Money for College regardless of their socioeconomic background. In 1965, he signed the higher education act Hea and established the federally guaranteed student loan program. Now in its 40th year the private Public partnership that is the guaranteed loan program has proven to be one of the governments greatest Success stories. More than 50 million students have used the program to pay for College and the percentage of the entire population with a degree has risen from 8% to 25% since Heads inception. Regrettably Congress is looking to reduce Federal support for the program at a time when the government should be formally recognizing its Many accomplishments. Proposed cuts could exceed $14 billion and undermine the stability of the loan program now called die Federal family education loan program Felp. This threatens to make student cont on Page 19 smoke free Laws improve Public health heart attack rates in Pueblo colo., dropped by nearly 30 percent after the City passed a smoke free ordinance according to a new study released today at the american heart associations scientific sessions a Premier peer reviewed conference in Dallas. The study validates previous scientific evidence that indoor smoke free Laws can dramatically reduce heart attacks and Means that 108 fewer people had heart attacks in Pueblo in an 18-month period. Pueblo is a Community of about 104,000 located 110 Miles South of Denver. The City passed its smoke free Law in 2003, restricting smoking in almost All businesses and indoor areas open to the Public including bars restaurants Bowling alleys and Bingo Halls that Are within City limits. Only one other study to Date has evaluated the Impact of smoke free Laws on Public health. As a result physician researchers from Pueblo and Denver sought to replicate a ground breaking 2003 study done in Helena mont., that showed restrictions on Public exposure to secondhand smoke caused a Sharp decline in heart attacks. A goal of the Pueblo study was to see whether the Helena study s findings were unique to that Community or if they could be the basis of broader evidence that links smoke free ordinances to a reduction in heart attack rates. The Pueblo study affirmed that such Laws can cause a dramatic improvement in Public health within even the first few months. Pueblo s study reinforces the Helena findings based on similar but improved methodology including a Sample size three times larger than the one used in Helena. Researchers evaluated the number of heart attacks in Pueblo during a three year period from january 2002 to december 2004. This time Frame covered the year and a half before the City s smoke free air act was passed on july i 2003, As Well As a year and a half afterwards. In the year and a half before Pueblo s smoke free ordinance went into effect 399 heart attack patients were admitted to the City s two primary hospitals. In the year and a half following enactment of the ordinance the number of heart attack admissions dropped to 291, representing a 27 percent decrease. The study did t distinguish Between smokers and nonsmokers but rather represented a combination of both cont on Page 19 to de noviembre2005 17 de 2005 n7 i -<2.4 Ajo drinking too much water can kill you by Alison Mccook a new review of three deaths of in september 1999, a 19-year us military recruits highlights the old air Force recruit collapsed dangers of drinking too much during a 5.8-mile walk with a body water. Temperature of 108 degrees the military has traditionally fahrenheit. Doctors concluded he focused on the dangers associated with heat illness which has killed a number of healthy Young enrollees colonel John w. Gardner of the office of the armed forces medical examiner in Rockville Maryland told Reuters health. However pushing the need to drink water too far can also have deadly consequences he said. A the risk has always been not drinking enough a Gardner said. A and then people who Arentt Cynthia Lucero s death of Hypon tremia was instrumental in raising awareness medically attuned get throughout the athletic Community in the us overzealous a inducing recruits to drink amounts of water that endanger their health he added. A a that a Why we published this had died of both heat stroke and Low blood sodium Levels As a result of Over hydration. During january 2000, a 20-year paper to make it Clear to people old trainee in the army drank that Over zealousness can be around 12 quarts of water during a dangerous a Gardner explained. 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