102 years ago the 1918 influenza pandemic devastated entire communities and took at least 675,000 American lives. It was the most severe pandemic in recent history, sweeping the globe quickly and killing more than 50 million people. This video provides information and background on the 1918 flu pandemic.Read More
People are so ready to get back to life, forgetting that in 1918 the second wave of the Spanish Flu reportedly killed 20-50 million. The first wave only killed 3-5 million. History does indeed repeat.Read More
Gordon Reid, Stop & Shop president, joins ‘The Exchange’ to discuss how Stop & Shop is giving back to the medical professionals during the coronavirus outbreak.Read More
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