Bella Hadid on breaking into the business world, the allure of family euphoria and the importance of female leadership after Roe

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – JUNE 25: Bella Hadid speaks on stage during Create & Cultivate hosts in Los Angeles … [+] City Market Social House Conference on June 25, 2022 in Los Angeles, CA. (Photo by Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Create & Cultivate) Courtesy of Create & Cultivate Saturday morning in Los Angeles is seemingly …

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State commission holds hearing on youth mental health

Members of the Illinois State Senate Committee on Behavior and Mental Health gathered Thursday morning in Chicago to hear a series of reports from experts on the mental health and well-being challenges facing local youth. Stock image on Pixabay credit: Stock image on Pixabay Over the past few years, schools and mental health clinics have …

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Biosimilars Business Overview: June 2022

June brought with it a number of exciting updates on biosimilars and the companies that make them, including the US launch of the first biosimilar ranibizumab, a new partnership between Organon and Shanghai Henlius Biotech, and the announcement of Sandoz’s global biosimilars initiative. Biosimilar Advances and Launches Amneal Pharmaceuticals and Kashiv Biosciences started the month …

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Reimagined exhibition showcases enduring legacy of Southwestern Indigenous art

Native Americans have long called the Southwest home. Yet the true extent of their rich history and culture has often been overlooked. The now updated permanent exhibit at the Santa Fe Museum of Indian Arts and Culture displays both historic and contemporary works of Native art. “Here, Now and Always” is the latest reimagined exhibit …

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“Entrenched” racial disparities remain in health care

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Women are joining sports betting apps for sports betting faster than men

The number of women involved in sports gambling has increased dramatically. Although some are at a casino, more than 4.6 million women in the U.S. joined sports betting apps in 2021. (Photo by Wesley Johnson/Cronkite News) PHOENIX – The image of the typical sports gambler is constantly changing. What was once a man in a …

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What makes InterDigital (IDCC) a solid investment proposition? – June 30, 2022

Estimated earnings for the current fiscal for InterDigital, Inc. (IDCC Quick OfferIDCC – Free Report) have increased by 71.6% over the past year, suggesting strong inherent growth potential. With healthy fundamentals, this Zacks Rank #1 (Strong Buy) stock appears to be a solid investment option right now. You can see the full list of today’s …

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Can police use health data to investigate illegal abortion? What the experts say

Orlando, Florida – With Roe v. Wade back in the hands of individual states, your health and cell phone data could end up in the hands of law enforcement if they decide to prosecute under illegal abortion laws. “This is how crimes are prosecuted in the modern age,” said News 6 legal expert Stephen Kramer. …

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Alumni of public health, who became CEO of Jackson North Medical Center, shares insights for leadership | FIU news

Marie Sandra Severe ’15 is a force to be reckoned with. After completing a doctorate in public health from the Robert Stampel College of Public Health and Social Work at FIU, Severe continued her postgraduate career, which eventually gave her the role of one of the newest leaders in the Jackson Health System, an academic …

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