Mercedes Benz of Tuscaloosa is asking for people to try and "Crack The Vault". How do you crack it? Guess the six-digit code that opens the vault. Mercedes Benz of Tuscaloosa is teaming up with the Theresa Burroughs Residential Living home. The residential living home is a nonprofit in Greensboro, Alabama with ties to Tuscaloosa and Birmingham.
Adam Knowlden is an Associate Professor of Health Science and is conducting an important sleep study, in conjunction with the University Of Alabama. The program is called SLUMBRx and all information they collect is geared towards understanding how sleep and body weight impact health problems. The program is actively looking for volunteers for the study and those that are selected will be paid $200 for their time during the study.
This isn't a brand-new issue, of course. I'm also not sure if it should be blamed on the same thing other companies are blaming staff shortages on. I've heard about this at Dollar General before, and I even had an employee reach out to me from her Tuscaloosa, Alabama store. I was told a story about a Tuscaloosa area employee, who posted her comments here on this message board.
Here we go again. I wish it wasn't true, but some restaurants get closed down after failing inspection. Every 90 days the report is released for restaurants and lodging establishments, mainly, and a few made the report for being closed because of a "roach infestation" according to the Alabama Department of Public Health.
I have never worried about the basics in life, as much as I do at this point. Medication. All medications should be easy to find when we need them. I've never seen SO MANY drug shortages in Alabama or America in my lifetime.
Yeah, I think if I am walking through Publix or Winn Dixie, looking at a few fruits and veggies, and there's an explosion, I would be a tad taken aback. Melons aren't supposed to explode in front of you. Oh, but they are. They really are.