About Dr. Calcador

Turning Interest Into Action

Dr. Carlos Calcador is committed to write about the latest issues regarding sustainability. On his blogs, you'll learn about how Social Impact encompasses organizations, businesses or individuals' behavior influence or affect the community or society. 

 

The intent herein is to create a friendly environment enough to provoke learning how to lower your overall cost of operations, while gaining long-lasting customer's loyalty developing solid win-win opportunities. Find out more clicking the box below.

Latest Blogs

Assets=Liabilities + Capital….so, anything valuable to start, sustain, or expand any operation.

Publication Date: May 19, 2019

The recent economic crisis in Puerto Rico has created decreased health department fiscal capabilities, adding more responsibilities to health department officials in charge of restaurant inspections without adding more operational funds, which in turn led to less regulatory capacity. This situation instigated increased food safety regulation violations, and food safety legislation changes, imposing more economic pressure to restaurant owners, which leads to a lack of restaurant sustainability. The purpose of this case study was to explore strategies six business visionaries, smart entrepreneurs, who have positioned themselves as successful restaurateurs, in the restaurant industry in Puerto Rico.

CDC reports…

Publication Date: May 19, 2019

“CDC is taking colorectal cancer prevention to heights and lights! CDC’s Screen for Life National Colorectal Cancer Action Campaign has a new digital billboard in New York’s Times Square”. The theme, CTRL+ PREVENT+ DEL Colorectal Cancer, animates between two screens along with Screen for Life’s signature logo, and CDC resources. Join this effort to Control+ Prevent+ Delete colorectal cancer by getting screened as recommended. Colorectal cancer screening can find abnormal growths so they can be removed before they turn into cancer. Screening can also find colorectal cancer early, when there is a greater chance that treatment can lead to a cure. Find out what you should know about colorectal cancer screening (CDC, 2019).

Assets=Liabilities + Capital….so, anything valuable to start, sustain, or expand any operation.

Publication Date: May 19, 2019

The recent economic crisis in Puerto Rico has created decreased health department fiscal capabilities, adding more responsibilities to health department officials in charge of restaurant inspections without adding more operational funds, which in turn led to less regulatory capacity. This situation instigated increased food safety regulation violations, and food safety legislation changes, imposing more economic pressure to restaurant owners, which leads to a lack of restaurant sustainability. The purpose of this case study was to explore strategies six business visionaries, smart entrepreneurs, who have positioned themselves as successful restaurateurs, in the restaurant industry in Puerto Rico.

CDC reports…

Publication Date: May 19, 2019

“CDC is taking colorectal cancer prevention to heights and lights! CDC’s Screen for Life National Colorectal Cancer Action Campaign has a new digital billboard in New York’s Times Square”. The theme, CTRL+ PREVENT+ DEL Colorectal Cancer, animates between two screens along with Screen for Life’s signature logo, and CDC resources. Join this effort to Control+ Prevent+ Delete colorectal cancer by getting screened as recommended. Colorectal cancer screening can find abnormal growths so they can be removed before they turn into cancer. Screening can also find colorectal cancer early, when there is a greater chance that treatment can lead to a cure. Find out what you should know about colorectal cancer screening (CDC, 2019).

Food For Thougths: “Fever is not in bedding, but in non-treated patient’s mind” by Dr. Carlos Calcador

Publication Date: May 10, 2019

“Fever is not in bedding, but in non-treated patient’s mind” by DRCC

“On average, mass killings involving firearms occur approximately every two weeks in the US, while school shootings occur on average monthly. We find that state prevalence of firearm ownership is significantly associated with the state incidence of mass killings with firearms, school shootings, and mass shootings”. This was part of the conclusion of the study Contagion in Mass Killings and School Shootings, (Towers et al., 2015) edited by Tulane University, published in 2015. This is a matter of public health’ impact, especially knowing, the dated “2015”, and still, we suffer the consequences as of a tragedy knocking the door of our schools and public places. 

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