COVID-19

The Florida Department of Health is in charge of the Congressional Subcommittee on COVID Vaccines for Children

MIAMI – The Florida Department of Health responded on Wednesday to a subcommittee to select House Select to explain its position on ordering coronavirus vaccines for children under five. A congressional subcommittee requested a briefing on June 17 in a letter sent to Gov. Ron DeSantis to explain the state’s decision not to order the …

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The Museum of Folk Art offers donors the right to name the title of executive director

NEW YORK (AP) – The American Museum of Folk Art, unlike many other art institutions, managed to avoid layoffs and other layoffs in the two years after the pandemic through a combination of fundraising and increased donations. On Tuesday, the museum plans to announce its largest and most unusual recent gift, a $ 5 million …

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C-POLAR ™ Technologies, Inc. launched in the United States

Business consolidation of C-POLAR tech Biotech Limited Hong Kong and Polarität LLC completed C-POLARTM Technologies, Inc. launched as an international leader in bioprotection against viruses and microorganisms, setting a new standard in health and safety with revolutionary technology shown to arrest, inactivate and destroy up to 99.9% of viruses and microorganisms. LAS VEGAS, June 27, …

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Quality of care, outcomes for stroke patients in VA’s health system did not decline during the COVID-19 pandemic

In one of the first studies to investigate the overall quality of care and outcomes of stroke care for non-COVID-19 hospitalized patients during the pandemic from a national US perspective, researchers from the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Regenstrief Institute and Monash University assessed patients with strokes and transient ischemic attacks (often called mini-strokes …

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The company redesigned behavioral health for patients and therapists

Mental well-being AdobeStock_404652271 640 With the sharp decline in mental health in America over the past few years, the behavioral health space is ripe for innovation. One company that was at the forefront before the pandemic even began is Denver-based SonderMind. I recently met with Mark Frank, founder and CEO of SonderMind, to talk about …

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The first 5 Minutes ™ Health Equity Initiative is launched in Bexar County

Aimed at improving patient care, the American College of Thoracic Physicians (CHEST) launched First 5 Minutes ™, a participatory healthcare initiative, on June 18 in Bexar County, Texas. The first 5 minutes ™ focus on: Up to 24 practicing clinicians based in Texas will participate in this personal pilot training program at the University of …

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Residents say China has used a health tracker to control the crowd

TAIPAI, Taiwan (AP) – Angry bank customers traveling to a city in central China to extract their savings from troubled rural banks have been stopped by a health app on their mobile phone. Chinese residents must have a health app that shows a code indicating their health status, including possible exposure to COVID-19. A green …

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German health minister hints at stricter winter rules for COVID News DW

The German health minister on Friday recommended that Germans continue to wear masks in closed public places, although for now this will be voluntary. However, Health Minister Karl Lauterbach said the country needs to prepare again for stricter coronavirus rules as the winter months approach. What exactly did he say? Lauterbach said the country would …

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The AMA seeks to combat health professionals who spread misinformation

In response to doctors and other medical professionals spreading misinformation and lies during the COVID-19 pandemic, the American Medical Association has adopted a policy aimed at counteracting misinformation while holding those responsible accountable to their professional boards. False claims made by health professionals may be directly related to topics such as the promotion of unproven …

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How this boutique cosmetics business in the Gulf region has thrived over the last decade

Beauty business AdobeStock_188005025 The boom directly to consumers among large retailers has boutique and independent retailers working overtime to differentiate themselves in a competitive and ever-changing market. To better understand how boutique cosmetics retailers are thriving today, I sat down with Dara Kennedy, CEO and founder of Ayla; indie beauty store with a loyal cult …

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