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How concerned should we be about monkey pox?, Lifestyle News

How concerned should we be about monkey pox?, Lifestyle News

Global health officials have sounded the alarm over rising cases in Europe and elsewhere of monkeypox, a type of viral infection more common to west and central Africa. As of Saturday (May 22), 92 confirmed cases and 28 suspected cases of monkeypox have been reported from 12 member states that are not endemic for the…
What are the Medical Oxygen Concentrators & Oxygen Cylinders key market trends?

What are the Medical Oxygen Concentrators & Oxygen Cylinders key market...

Growing healthcare expenditure, better medical facilities, and rapid technological advancements have helped increase the life expectancy of people globally. However, geriatric population is more susceptible to cardiovascular disorders and lung diseases owing to a weak immune system. Elderly people have a less pulmonary reserve and reduced cough strength due to anatomic changes and muscle loss...
Sask. quietly approves $62.3 million in extra eHealth funding

Sask. quietly approves $62.3 million in extra eHealth funding

Cabinet approved $62.3 million for the troubled agency over the next three years, without debate and on the last day of the spring legislative sitting...
Statement – War in Ukraine: Putting Children First

Statement – War in Ukraine: Putting Children First

War is never compatible with childhood. Eurochild’s vision is that every child grows up happy, healthy, confident, and respected as an individual in their own right. Europe is experiencing a child protection emergency on an unprecedented scale. The war in Ukraine is testing the EU’s resolve to implement the Child Rights Strategy and the European…
Small Business Health Insurance – What You Need to Know

Small Business Health Insurance – What You Need to Know

Small business health insurance - what you need to know to provide the best and most affordable healthcare to benefit your employees...
Post-discharge support decreases readmissions for patients with depression; implementation barriers must be resolved

Post-discharge support decreases readmissions for patients with depression; implementation barriers must...

New research published in the Annals of Family Medicine examined whether an enhanced 12-week post-discharge telehealth program would lead to reduced hospital readmission among patients who were hospitalized for a medical illness and tested positive for moderate to severe depressive symptoms while being cared for as in-patients...

Growing Massive Black Holes More Common in Dwarf Galaxies than Previously...

Using data from the REsolved Spectroscopy Of a Local VolumE (RESOLVE) and the Environmental COntext Catalog (ECO) surveys, astronomers have found evidence of the basic building blocks of supermassive black holes in gas-rich dwarf galaxies. Growing, massive black holes reside in dwarf galaxies, where their radiation competes with the light of abundant young stars. Image…

Lucy Observes Total Lunar Eclipse from 100 Million Kilometers Away

NASA’s Lucy spacecraft successfully observed the May 15-16, 2022 total lunar eclipse from a unique vantage point, 100 million km (64 million miles) from the Earth — nearly 70% of the distance between the Earth and the Sun. Lucy was launched on October 16, 2021 aboard a United Launch Alliance (ULA) Atlas V rocket out…

Early Inner Solar System was Very Chaotic, Research Suggests

Planetary scientists from the ETH Zürich and elsewhere have determined palladium-silver (Pd-Ag) and platinum (Pt) isotope compositions of 13 iron meteorites that formed early in the history of our Solar System. An artist’s impression of the early Solar System as the Solar Nebula begins to disappear, causing asteroids to accelerate and collide. Image credit: Tobias…

Bacteria Can Live in Venoms of Snakes and Spiders, New Study...

Animal venoms are considered sterile sources of antimicrobial compounds with strong membrane-disrupting activity against multidrug-resistant bacteria. However, venomous bite wound infections are common in developing nations. New research led by the University of Westminster and Northumbria University provides evidence that spider and snake venoms host diverse, viable microbiota, with isolates genetically adapted to venom antimicrobials…

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How Local Small Businesses Are Supporting the People of Uvalde, Texas, a Town of 16,000 Broken Hearts  

How Local Small Businesses Are Supporting the People of Uvalde, Texas, a Town of...

Small businesses are nothing without their communities. And when tragedy strikes close to home, many entrepreneurs feel a responsibility to act--fast.That's exactly what happened after a gunman entered Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday, May 24, killing 19 children and 2 adults. Local business owners, including those in the closest metropolitan area, San Antonio, have…
6 Ways You Can Take Action in the Wake of the Tragic Texas School Shooting

6 Ways You Can Take Action in the Wake of the Tragic Texas School...

Once again a shooting took the lives of innocent schoolchildren. This time in a small, rural town in Texas.On May 24, a reported 21 people--19 students and two teachers--were killed in a shooting by an 18-year-old local high school student at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. It's the deadliest school shooting since Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012 when 26…
Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr’s Statement About the Uvalde Shooting Is a Remarkable Lesson in Leadership

Golden State Warriors Coach Steve Kerr’s Statement About the Uvalde Shooting Is a Remarkable Lesson...

Leaders make decisions. Hard skills, soft skills, communication skills, the ability to motivate and inspire--all those attributes and more matter, but ultimately every leader is judged by their decisions.Including deciding when to stay silent and when to speak out.That's a decision Steve Kerr clearly (and once again) just made. When Kerr sat down for a scheduled press conference yesterday,…
The Verdict is In—Customer Service isn’t Human Enough

The Verdict is In—Customer Service isn’t Human Enough

Since the pandemic first began, consumer demand for heightened levels of customer service has exploded. In fact, 80 percent of consumers expected the pandemic to deliver improved customer experiences while 58 percent continue to demand further improvements in a post-pandemic world. But between the Great Resignation and fledgling technologies, businesses have struggled to keep up.…
How to Balance “Makes Sense” and “Feels Right” 

How to Balance “Makes Sense” and “Feels Right” 

I was in the midst of a lively discussion with the founders of a nonprofit organization that was at a crossroads. It wasn't getting much traction, and the question was whether they should rebrand. Together, we laid out good arguments both for and against rebranding. My ultimate recommendation was to say no, to not rebrand…