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How the Christian Right Seized Judiciary and Changed America | Abortion

Jhe Supreme Court’s decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which struck down the constitutional abortion rights enjoyed by American women for the past 50 years, surprised many voters. A majority, after all, support reproductive rights and see their abolition as regressive and barbaric. Understood in the context of …

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CAPTION HEALTH LAUNCHES THE FIRST HOME ULTRASOUND SERVICE FOR HEART HEALTH: CAPTION CARE™

Caption Care creates echo access in partnership with Portamedic’s national mobile clinician network to improve heart health and reduce the cost of care BRISBANE, CA., June 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Caption Health, the leader in AI that enables early disease detection, today unveiled Caption Care™: America’s first in-home cardiac wellness …

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Insufficient standard of care treatments to improve quality of life for patients with multiple myeloma

Patients with multiple myeloma frequently relapse and experience deterioration in their quality of life, according to results from the LocoMmotion study, which also reported that specific patient and disease characteristics are associated with poor efficacy outcomes . Based on LocoMmotion study results presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology …

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Study reveals how lack of technology can impact food insecurity

According to Professor Di Fang of the University of Arkansas, the psychological effects of food insecurity can be detrimental. People who are food insecure have a 257% higher risk of anxiety and a 253% higher risk of depression, via BMC Public Health. Along with this, the University of Texas study …

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Temple experts remain committed to anti-racism work ahead of June 16, 2022

Juneteenth often serves as a time to discuss racism and how it continues to affect American society. This year, the holiday also almost aligns with the second anniversary of the start of the Black Lives Matter protests in the summer of 2020. The murders of Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery and …

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Letters: Foregoing student loans makes sense; COFA citizens suffer the effects of nuclear testing; How much water does Waikiki consume?

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! The “accumulation of charges” puts pressure on the defendant Regarding “Bail Reform Bill Ignores Public Safety, Emboldens Criminals” (Star-Advertiser, Island Voices, June 6): We are all entitled to our opinions and have valid fears about bail reform. cash deposit. I will …

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Van Hollen and Cardin join colleagues in presenting a resolution recognizing June as LGBTQ Pride Month

June 10, 2022 U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.), Ben Cardin (D-Md.), Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio), Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), and Tina Smith (D-Minn.) presented a Senate resolution recognizing June as LGBTQ Pride Month. The senators’ resolution highlights the contributions LGBTQ people have made to American society, notes several milestones in the …

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Small rectal cancer drug trial sees tumors disappear in 100% of patients

Placeholder while loading article actions Small drug trial has seismic impact in oncology world: After six months of experimental treatment, tumors disappeared in 14 patients diagnosed with early-stage rectal cancer who completed study at the time of its publication. Colorectal cancer researchers hail the study, published Sunday in the New …

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US sees heightened extremist threat heading into midterms

A looming Supreme Court ruling on abortion, a surge in the number of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border and midterm elections are potential triggers for extremist violence in the next six months, the Department said Tuesday. internal security. Supreme Court on Roe v. Wade’s United States was already in a …

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The American Cancer Society urges people to test for cancer | Company

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Myelodysplastic syndromes and acute myeloid leukemia

Mikkael Sekeres, MD, is the chief of the division of hematology at the Sylvester Cancer Center at the University of Miami. He is also Chairman of the Medical Advisory Board of the Aplastic Anemia and MDS International Foundation (AA*MDS), as well as the American Society of Hematology (ASH). Rare diseases …

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Elderly patients who regularly consume alcohol

Older adults (60 years or older) who consume potentially unhealthy amounts of alcohol report significantly better mobility and self-care and fewer problems undertaking daily activities after surgery compared to their peers who abstain from alcohol. alcohol or drink at very low levels. The study by Vera Guttenthaler and Dr. Maria …

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American Chemical Society CEO announces retirement

Newswise – WASHINGTON, May 31, 2022 – The American Chemical Society (ACS) announced today that Thomas Connelly, Jr., Ph.D., will retire as Chief Executive Officer of ACS at the end of the year after more than seven years of service in this role. In addition to effectively leading the organization …

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Study Shows Strong Efficacy of Crosslinking for Keratoconus

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Texas School Shooting: Sen. Ted Cruz Storms Gun Reform Questions | American News

As the sun set in this small Texas town, the community came together. By the hundreds, they gathered at the exhibition center on the outskirts of Uvalde. A place where families would normally gather for the rodeo was now hosting unimaginable heartbreak. It’s often said that towns like this are …

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Historical Society organizes a tribute to local veterans | News, Sports, Jobs

TR PHOTO BY SUSANNA MEYER – The American Legion Riders Post 46, along with several volunteers and community member Nicki Johnson, collected donations for the Veteran Appreciation Food Drive Friday night during the Honoring the Veterans event Marshall County veterans. Donations will be distributed on Memorial Day. …

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‘Armageddon Time’ takes a critical look at American society at the start of the Reagan era

“Armageddon Time,” which premiered Thursday at the Cannes Film Festival, takes audiences to the dawn of Ronald Reagan’s presidency, exploring issues of race and privilege in American society with a star-studded cast that includes Anne Hathaway, Anthony Hopkins, Jeremy Strong and Jessica Chastain. The film directed by James Gray is …

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The Golden Age back to the page – The Oxford Student

The HBO television series Golden age recently announced the launch of a second season, after the first nine episodes this January. Despite – or because of – rather mixed reviews, the series has influenced the fashion world enough to set the theme for this year’s Met Gala. As someone who …

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US Senators Ted Cruz and John Cornyn vote against bill legalizing abortion

Subscribe to La Brèveour daily newsletter that keeps readers informed of the most important news from Texas. WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate on Wednesday voted against passing a bill that would have legalized the right to have an abortion, as the U.S. Supreme Court appears poised to overturn Roe v. …

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Press release | Press releases | Writing

05.10.22 WASHINGTON- US Senators Bill Cassidy, MD (R-LA) and Chris Murphy (D-CT), members of the U.S. Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, today introduced a bill to reauthorize historic federal mental health and addictions programs that were enacted in 2016 as part of their Mental Health Reform Act …

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A look at SECURE and more

Well, that sounds familiar: Capitol Hill is considering a SECURE law. But this time it’s SECURE 2.0. In a recent webcast, Robert M. Richter, Retirement Education Advisor for the American Retirement Association, provided an update regarding the provisions of SECURE 2.0 as well as other legislation relevant to pension plans, …

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American Cancer Society donations total $183,000 | Lifestyles

The Oconee-Clarke Relay For Life has raised over $183,000, which will go to the American Cancer Society to support the vision of a world without cancer. The original fundraising goal was $120,000. “Congratulations on all of your hard work,” said Deborah Dietzler, lead announcer for Relay For Life. “That’s a …

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WWPR Announces 2022-2023 Advisory Board

WASHINGTON, May 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Washington Women in Public Relations (WWPR), a leading resource for female communications professionals in the nation’s capital, today announced its 2022-2023 advisory board, tasked with providing WWPR leadership strategic advice on the direction of the organization. “We are thrilled to welcome our 2022-2023 Advisory …

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Jeanne A. Loveland Barnett 1931-2022 | News, Sports, Jobs

CORTLAND – Jeanne A. Loveland Barnett, 90, of Cortland, died in eternal life of natural causes on Wednesday, April 27, 2022 at St. Joseph Warren Hospital. On October 20, 1931, in Chester, Pennsylvania, Roy Allen Loveland and Ruth Elizabeth Burcaw Loveland Haney were blessed with the birth of their daughter, …

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Leina and other pets for adoption from Phoenix-area shelters

Every year, about 6.5 million pets enter shelters nationwide, according to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Of these, approximately 3.3 million are dogs and 3.2 million are cats. Each week, The Arizona Republic highlights a handful of the many pets available for adoption at shelters …

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Who helped end the travel mask mandate?

She gave an interview to The Daily Show in 2014, saying vaccines are “full of toxins”. The title of the segment was “An Epidemic of Liberal Idiocy” and compared the progressive anti-vaccination movement to conservative climate change deniers. “You can line up the doctors from here to down the block …

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Navajo nurses have taken different paths to make big differences in their communities

Andy Smith, from the newspaper Looking back on their long careers in nursing, Erma Marbut and Lavenia Diswood take great pride in how they have helped successive generations of Navajo enter the field of health care. Although they are members of the same tribal nation, Marbut and Diswood have taken …

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Two U of A students named 2022 Goldwater Scholars

Photo submitted Mary Jia and Joseph Roll Two U of A honors students have been named 2022 Goldwater Scholars, an award recognizing top students in math, science, and engineering. Juniors Mary Jia and Joseph Roll have been named among the new scholarship recipients and each will receive …

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ACLU brief argues judge erred in dismissing Arkansas redefinition map challenge

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed the opening brief of an appeal of a federal court ruling that dismissed a challenge to a new Arkansas state map that opponents say discriminates against black voters by diluting their voting power. The ACLU’s brief was filed Monday in the St. Louis …

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10 Best Shows Like Apple TV’s Roar

The new series Roar Apple TV+ promises to be a feminist series, focusing on a different set of characters each episode. Additionally, it is also expected to feature a cast of very powerful characters, all of whom bring their considerable star charisma as they explore the lives of women around …

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EAM S Jaishankar to Howard students

S Jaishankar said: “India’s diaspora of 4.4 million has literally defined our image in this society and helped to forge relationships which are a huge source of strength for us in our work” Minister of External Affairs, Dr S Jaishankar/ANI Washington: The India-US relationship has undergone a “true transformation” over …

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The Japanese Street Festival returns to DC, expanding to 2 days for the first time

“We are bringing the street festival here to the nation’s capital to really show some of the deep ties that exist between the two countries,” said festival director Colette Fozard. Vendors and festival-goers are seen at the Japanese Sakura Matsuri street festival in DC on Sunday. (WTOP/Valerie Bonk) OMCP/Valerie Bonk …

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Some tips, tricks and a Roomba to take care of pets

“Would you please stop losing?” I beg Luke, our 55 pound dog mix. “Please keep your prodigious fur to yourself.” Luke and I often have this conversation as I deal with the apricot puffy balls of fur that puff up around the house on a daily basis. “I know you …

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Research and Honors, April 12, 2022 – News

Works Dawn Beichner, CJS, published “Providing and Coordinating Sexual Assault Services in the Pandemic” in American Society for Criminology. Courtney Cox and Erika SparbyENG, co-published “Towards an Audience-Centric Approach: Rhetorical Analysis of Academic Crisis Communication Emails” in Quarterly communication design. Kenneth Haggerty, Caitlin Harringtonand Rachel E. ScottMilner Library, co-published “Usability …

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Nigerian professor wins Distinguished Scholar Award in US

A Nigerian professor, Chris Ogbondah, has won the Distinguished Scholar Award for the 2021-2022 academic year at the Northern Iowa University in the United States of America. The award is given annually to the university lecturer who is most accomplished in scholarly and creative activity. Mr. Ogbondah earned a Bachelor …

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South Bay theater companies stage shows dealing with identity – The Mercury News

This spring, South Bay theater companies are putting on a variety of shows all about identity. Through comedy, music, and drama, the characters in these shows struggle to carve out their place in American society while maintaining connections to other cultures. Family ties are also tested, as are ties to …

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Brittney Griner: Why it’s important not to look away from the WNBA player’s fate

Washington CNN — A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Race Deconstructed newsletter. To receive it in your inbox every week, subscribe for free here. While one of the WNBA’s most talented players is being held in Russia awaiting trial, the near-total public silence surrounding her detention has sown …

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Covid News: US virus deaths drop to lowest since summer

A common area on the Rochester Institute of Technology campus in Rochester, NY, in January.Credit…Libby March for The New York Times As the pandemic enters a new phase in the United States marked by fewer precautions and the rise of the even more transmissible BA.2 subvariant of Omicron, the Biden …

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Bridge to the Faculty scholar wins prestigious thesis award

Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez, postdoctoral researcher, UIC Department of History. Ivón Padilla-Rodríguez is a socio-legal historian of child migration and an academic-activist who joined the University of Illinois at Chicago as a postdoctoral research associate Bridge to the Faculty and is a member of its cohort 2021. She earned a doctorate in …

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Improved ink for colon tattoos

image: Commercial ink (left) diffuses away from injection sites (arrows) under mouse skin, but new colon tattoo ink (right) diffuses much less. to see Continued Credit: Jordan Yaron, Ph.D. SAN DIEGO, March 22, 2022 – The colon might be the last place people would consider tattooing, but endoscopic tattooing is …

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UMich Student Programs Support Afghan Refugees in Ann Arbor

Two University of Michigan student organizations, End the Cycle and the Michigan Refugee Assistance Program (MRAP), are working together to create educational materials for Afghan refugees in Ann Arbor. The program combines the End the Cycle goals of improving education equity and the MRAP goal of supporting refugees by helping …

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Izere prepares a solo art exhibition in the United States | The new times

RWANDAN VISUAL ARTIST Antoine Izere is expected in the United States as he prepares for his first solo art exhibition scheduled for March 18 in Houston, Texas (USA). The exhibition dubbed “STRIDE” was curated by Mitochondria Gallery, an art gallery specializing in the works of emerging and established artists from …

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15 medical societies establish seven guiding principles for the perioperative treatment of acute pain

The American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) and 14 major medical specialty organizations have established seven guiding principles to best address the perioperative management of acute pain in complex surgical patients. The principles were established at a historic Pain Summit, the second of its kind, hosted by the ASA. Every …

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Democrats aim to reset national legislative agenda after Biden speech

US President Joe Biden announces new measures requiring the government to buy more American-made products during remarks in the South Court auditorium of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building at the White House in Washington, US, on March 4, 2022. REUTERS/Evelyn Hockstein Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register …

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Opioid fentanyl kills record number of black Americans

Fentanyl, the powerful synthetic opioid that Mexican drug cartels now mix into many drugs sold in the United States, is having a devastating impact on the community, according to a new peer-reviewed study in the journal JAMA Psychiatry. According to NPR, this research, based on drug-related deaths from 1999 to …

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Grant makes Mississippi Historical Society annual meeting free to the public: event to be held in Hattiesburg

Tue 03/01/2022 – 13:19 | From: David Tisdale The Mississippi Historical Society, with the support of a grant from the Mississippi Humanities Council, opens its annual meeting free to the public on Friday, March 11. The program will take place at the Historic Eureka School Museum at 410 E. 6and …

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president seeks to be globally centered with ‘peace’ | News, Sports, Jobs

Dr. Nyle Fort discussed many topics with SUNY Fredonia students during a Zoom conference last week. Photo submitted Students at the State University of New York at Fredonia and interested community members had the opportunity to learn about critical race theory, protests, democracy and other issues …

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How the Philadelphia pandemic of 1793 foreshadowed the social problems of the COVID-19 era

The last two years of the pandemic have laid bare a deep misunderstanding of public health among our compatriots. As evidenced by the widespread and conspiratorial resistance to vaccination – as well as the constant trickle of misinformation about the pandemic, from social media, pundits and podcasters – contemporary Americans …

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Doctor with sickle cell anemia tells new story of diagnosis and treatment

Growing up with sickle cell disease, Dr Titilope Fasipe met very few sufferers until she returned to Nigeria and met her teenage cousin. His cousin seemed vibrant, healthy and full of life, which made her death at 17 – from a sickle cell-related lung infection – even more shocking to …

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Funds for cleaner water flow to twelve more counties

KENTUCKY – More than $8 million in funding for water, sewer and other infrastructure improvements will soon be flowing to several counties in Kentucky as part of Gov. Andy Beshear’s Cleaner Water Program. What do you want to know Millions of dollars in additional funding was recently announced to improve …

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American Cancer Society CEO issues call to action on genitourinary cancer disparities

February 18, 2022 4 minute read Source/Disclosures Published by: Source: Knudsen KE. A way forward, a call to action: Addressing trends and disparities in genitourinary cancers. Presented at: ASCO Genitourinary Cancer Symposium; February 17-19, 2022; San Francisco. Disclosures: Knudsen does not report any relevant financial information. …

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DaVita Clinical Research Study Reveals Effectiveness of Common COVID-19 Vaccines at Parity for Patients with Kidney Failure

DENVER, February 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dialysis patients who received an adenovirus vector-based COVID-19 vaccine (Johnson & Johnson) had similar rates of breakthrough infection, hospitalization and mortality as dialysis patients who received a mRNA-based vaccine (Pfizer/BioNTech), according to a DaVita Clinical Research (DCR) study published online ahead of print by …

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Welcome to the City of Pittsburgh

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 15, 2022 City of Pittsburgh Stormwater Code Updates Receive Civil Engineering Merit Award from ASCE Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH, PA – The City of Pittsburgh and the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority (PWSA) have received the 2021 Civil Engineering Merit Award from the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American …

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Indra Nooyi: the living embodiment of an American dream – News

The former CEO and Chairman of PepsiCo was one of the stars of the 14th Emirates Airline Festival of Literature Indra Nooyi. — Photo by Shihab Published: Sun 13 Feb 2022, 22:22 Last update: Mon 14 Feb 2022, 02:23 Many have chased and lived the “American Dream” – but how …

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Teachers tackle Black History Month, under new restrictions

In rural New Hampshire, a Spanish teacher took down a “Black Lives Matter” sign in her classroom. In Lubbock, Texas, a social studies professor felt that frank political discussions with students became “a bit of a tightrope.” And in Oklahoma City, a history professor started thinking twice about using the …

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Casting Society of America changes name and unveils new logo – Deadline

The Casting Society of America thinks globally. The group celebrates its 40th anniversary with a name change that reflects the expansion of its ranks to include casting professionals living and working around the world. Meet the Casting Society and check out their new logo above. “By removing America from our …

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Lois Dudley Obituaries (1940 – 2022) – Hilton Head, SC

Lois Dudley August 11, 1940 – January 31, 2022 Hilton Head, SC – Lois Ann Dudley Lois Dudley, loving wife and world traveler, died suddenly after suffering a heart attack on January 31, 2022, just one month after the death of her husband, Bud Dudley (101). She was 81 years …

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Carl Hoffman Obituary (2022) – Allentown, PA

Carl A. Hoffman, 93 of Allentown, died February 2, 2022 at Complete Care-Lehigh, Macungie, PA. Carl was born in Lykens, Pennsylvania to the late Joseph and Christine Hoffman. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Rosari R. Hoffman, to whom he was married for nearly 55 years. He graduated from …

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This Bronze Dog Statue By The Famous French Sculptor Could Be Worth Thousands

Our collectibles this month come from France, Denmark, China and the American West, and show a wonderful depth of artistry and skill. An animated bronze statue of a dog and a turtle, an intricately hand-embroidered family textile, a delicate fountain pen and a few charming ceramic pieces each evoke the …

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How many do you need? | AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PENSION PROFESSIONALS & ACTUARIES

It seems those hoping for some clarity on a threshold issue involving an ERISA fee dispute will have to wait another day. I refer, of course, to the Supreme Court’s decision last week in the case of Hughes v. Northwestern University et al.– a case which, according to the law …

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Food Scientist Threlfall Named ASHS Researcher Emeritus for Southern Region

Photo submitted Renee Threlfall’s research and extension focus on post-harvest processing and storage of specialty crops (wine grapes, muscat grapes, table grapes, blackberries, strawberries, peaches, hops, etc.) and value processing added horticultural crops. Renee Threlfall, a research scientist in wine and viticulture at the U of A, …

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What Pittsburgh’s Fern Hollow Bridge Collapse Can Tell Us About Bridges in Pennsylvania

January 31, 2022 | 10:26 Nearly 20% of Pennsylvania bridges were in poor condition in a 2018 review by the Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. (Pittsburgh) – Friday’s collapse of the city-owned Fern Hollow Bridge sparked concerns about thousands of bridges across the state of …

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Global Consequences of American Polarization

Another fierce battle unfolded in the US Congress – and came to nothing. U.S. Republicans have once again used the filibuster to thwart legislation aimed at countering new nationwide voting restrictions, and the Democrats have failed to change the filibuster rules to do so. adopt. The saga illustrates the turmoil, …

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Top podcasts of the week: What does the bloodsucking Twilight saga tell us about society? | Podcasts

Selections of the week The Big Hit Show“Twilight is stupid; if you like it, you are also stupid. Why is there so much vitriol towards Twihard women? (Spoiler: misogyny.) In the first of a series deciphering pop culture’s greatest moments — from the Obamas’ media company — Alex Papademas begins …

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United States Artists Announces Class of 2022 Fellows

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Artists from the United States (USA) today announced their class of 2022 Fellows. Last year the class was the largest it has ever been, and this year the cohort is even larger . …

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Head of Operations in , for the American Physical Society

Details Job : 24-Jan-22 Site: At national scale Preferred education: 4 year diploma Salary: At the height of experience. Categories: Physics: Astrophysics Sector: Non-profit Work function: Administrative management Operations Manager Who we are: The American Physical Society (APS) is a not-for-profit organization that works to advance and disseminate knowledge in …

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Getting America Quietly Back on Track | Opinion

Larry French After struggling on January 6 to listen to President Biden and Vice President Harris, and their exaggerated and absurd historical comparisons, and what their administration and the mainstream media like to call an insurrection, I came away with a simple conclusion. Perhaps it is time for our declining …

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Collagen imaging – a new therapy technique

image: Rat heart N-glycans detected by imaging mass spectrometry. Left) Fixed tissue section of the rat heart. Ao- aorta; AV-aortic valve; MV-mitral valve; LV-left ventricle. Right) Three N-glycans with a single spatial location aligned to the aorta (blue), aortic valve (pink), or ventricles (green). see Following Credit: This image was …

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Sydney Poitier: class, spirit and dignity

By Elwood Watson The incomparable Sidney Poitier left this Earth this month, and it’s virtually impossible to detail the impact he had on both the world of cinema and society at large. When Poitier received an honorary Oscar at the 2002 annual Oscars for his monumental contributions to the motion …

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Fonseca on First-Line and Second-Line Daratumumab Outcomes for Transplant-Ineligible Myeloma

At 63rd Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Society of Hematology, CancerNetwork® sat down with Rafael Fonseca, MD, Director of Innovation and Transformational Relationships at Mayo Clinic in Phoenix, Arizona, to talk about an abstract he presented on the use of daratumumab-containing regimens in patients with transplant-ineligible multiple myeloma. …

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American Cancer Society calls on lawmakers to tax cigarettes and focus on public health | Politics

INDIANAPOLIS—Indiana currently ranks sixth in the nation for adult smokers, according to the CDC. Photo by Basil MK from Pexels. Today, organizations like the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) are sharing their concerns about tobacco use in Indiana. ACS CAN’s Raise It For Health campaign is pushing …

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ASTRO provides new guidance on the use of external beam radiation therapy for primary liver cancers

A new guideline from the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) provides guidance on the use of radiation therapy to treat adult patients with primary liver cancer using external beam radiation therapy (EBRT). The evidence-based recommendations describe the indications and optimal dosage of EBRT, techniques and treatment planning for patients …

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Op-Ed: The Right-Wing Mindset of Today’s Conspiracy Theory Goes Back to the John Birch Society

If you are looking for the roots of the current bizarre conspiracy and anger-driven politics, you have to look beyond Donald Trump’s presidency or even the rise of social media or talk radio – back to accusers, arsonists, rhetoric far-fetched John Birch Society in the 1960s and 1970s. It’s starting …

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Mustang Bio announces targeted CAR T data for the MB-106 CD20

WORCESTER, Mass., Jan. 7, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Mustang Bio, Inc. (“Mustang”) (NASDAQ: MBIO), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on translating today’s medical breakthroughs into therapies cells and genes in potential cures for hematologic cancers, solid tumors and rare genetic diseases, today announced that interim phase 1/2 data on MB-106, …

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What should a principled conservative do about Trump? (with Mona Charen)

For decades, Mona Charen has been one of the foremost right-wing political writers and commentators. A speechwriter for Republican luminaries such as Nancy Reagan and Jack Kemp, she has worked at the Reagan White House and has been writing a national column since 1987. Believes Donald Trump has “totally discredited” …

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How Racism Early in Life Can Affect Long-Term Health

The scientific evidence is crystal clear: Early experiences literally shape the architecture of the developing brain. This widespread understanding is leading to increased public support for universal kindergarten to improve school readiness for all children and level the playing field for children facing adversity. But here is something less known …

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The art of being a happy pessimist

There is a cult of “positivity” that rules the world. Through countless self-help books, banal social media slogans, and WhatsApp hello messages, this cult will have you believing “Think Positive” is the magic pill for mental health. Pop one to instantly make that glass half empty half full and all …

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Second mural from the Historical Society to represent the Amerindians from 2,000 to 4,000 years ago

Heading into 2022, professional artist David Boatwright is expected to start work on the second mural project funded and supervised by the Bulloch County Historical Society to fill a highly visible wall in downtown Statesboro. It was Boatwright and fellow artist Michael Kuffel, both from Charleston, South Carolina, who in …

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Million-pound artwork, once doomed for demolition, finds a new home

A million-pound art installation in Washington, DC, once marked for demolition, will be relocated instead, thanks to a new agreement between the National Geographic Society and American University. National Geographic executive staff declined to be interviewed, but released a statement saying they were “happy” with plans to move Elyn Zimmerman’s …

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From salvaged food routes to joyful murals, the must-see black history tales of 2021

Too many history stories Black communities in the United States and across Europe remain hidden today. This year Dark atlas went in search of some of those overlooked stories of endurance, persistence, ingenuity, inspiration, glamor, joy, and home runs. Here are some of our favorites. There are countless more stories …

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Spin Control: farewell to 2021 and some of its ups and downs

The year started with such high hopes. After all, 2020 was so bad, its replacement had to be better, right? It was better in some ways but worse in others, that’s about how the years go. But looking back from the perspective of the past 51 weeks, here is Spin …

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Writer Joan Didion, columnist of contemporary American society, dies at 87

Musician Wynton Marsalis (left) applauds as author Joan Didion (right) receives an honorary doctorate of letters at the 358th Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts on June 4, 2009. (Reuters / Brian Snyder / File Photo) Author Jeanne Didion, whose essays, memoirs, novels and screenplays recounted contemporary American society, as well …

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Maryland delegation announces nearly $ 800 million in bipartisan infrastructure law funding for state

December 21, 2021 Today, US Senators Chris Van Hollen and Ben Cardin and Congressmen Steny H. Hoyer, Dutch Ruppersberger, John Sarbanes, Kweisi Mfume, Anthony G. Brown, Jamie Raskin and David Trone (all D-Md.) Have announced federal funding of $ 796,122,349 for fiscal year 22. of the bipartisan infrastructure act to …

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What happens if you test positive for Covid while traveling?

Either way, for better or for worse, these are just recommendations. Some employers, educational institutions, states and counties have additional isolation policies, but few places actively enforce quarantine. Depending on where you tested positive, you might receive a call from a contact tracer. Or maybe not. So what if you …

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The difference between Japan, Korea and the United States

RECENTLY, a Korean journalist stationed in Tokyo wrote a funny article comparing Japan, South Korea and the United States. He recounted his experience in each of the three countries when he tried to change the delivery date of a TV he had purchased. In Japan, the customer service agent was …

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