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Wednesday 26th September 2018

Why Bulletproof Vests For Paramedics Filled With Life-Saving Equipment Sat In Storage During Pulse Mass Shooting

The Orlando Fire Department had been working for years ahead of the Pulse nightclub shooting toward an innovative approach where specialized teams of medics, guarded by police officers and wearing specially designed bulletproof vests, would pull out victims before a shooter is caught or killed. But the plan sputtered out.

US-Superstar Post Malone ist Headliner beim Yasalam After-Race Concert des Abu Dhabi Grand Prix ...

ABU DHABI, Vereinigte Arabische Emirate, September 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Yas Marina Circuit und FLASH haben den vierten internationalen Künstler genannt, der beim diesjährigen Yasalam Read more...

Monday 24th September 2018

1 Million $ für Handlungsaufruf an die globale Maker- und Innovator-Gemeinde, sich drängenden ...

ABU DHABI, Vereinigte Arabische Emirate, September 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Die Mohammed bin Rashid Initiative for Global Prosperity bringt in New York vier Global Maker Read more...

Blood test for drowsy driving

Scientists have developed a blood test to tell whether you have skipped a night's sleep, bringing us a step closer to developing a test for driver sleepiness. The breakthrough could help police identify suspected drowsy drivers in road traffic accidents, or assist employers in assessing fitness for duty, such as in the aviation sector.

Sunday 23rd September 2018

Drivers could be ‘breathalysed’ for tiredness after blood test breakthrough – HeraldScotland

HeraldScotlandDrivers could be 'breathalysed' for tiredness after blood test breakthroughHeraldScotlandScientists believe their research could lead to a simple test that would enable the police to check drivers' tiredness. 0 comments. DRIVERS and pilots could be 'breathalysed' for fatigue in future after scientists developed a blood test that identifies ...New research heralds a blood test for dro...

Saturday 22nd September 2018

New research heralds a blood test for drowsy driving

(University of Surrey) Scientists have developed a blood test to tell whether you have skipped a night's sleep, bringing us a step closer to developing a test for driver sleepiness. The breakthrough could help police identify suspected drowsy drivers in road traffic accidents, or assist employers in assessing fitness for duty, such as in the aviation sector.

Friday 21st September 2018

Valvoline Instant Oil Change Raises Over $52,000 for Cancer Research and Patient Care at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

52 Valvoline Instant Oil Change℠ locations participated in A Chance for Kids & Families® program for the 5th consecutive year to raise $52,260, for the Jimmy Fund bringing their fundraising total for the program to over $174,000 BOSTON (PRWEB) September 21, 2018 Valvoline Instant Oil Change (VIOC) customers helped fight cancer this summer by contributing $1 or more to the Jimmy Fund th...

Thursday 20th September 2018

Far More Indians Kill Themselves Than Previously Assumed

(The Economist) – Police say the deaths were a mass suicide, most likely prompted by occult beliefs. Yet, strange though the incident appeared, the Chundawats’ death was only one of numerous collective suicides across India this summer. In July in … Read More

Wednesday 19th September 2018

Mercury Biomed Awarded $1.5M National Institutes of Health Grant

Grant Will Help Commercialize the Company’s Novel Patient Warming Technology - a Smarter Alternative to Forced-Air Products Mercury Biomed, a company developing a novel approach to managing core body temperature, was awarded a $1.5 million non-dilutive Phase II Small Business Technology Transfer (STTR) grant through the National Institute o...

Tuesday 18th September 2018

Terminally-ill mum told tragic death of newborn baby ‘was her fault’ – Metro

MetroTerminally-ill mum told tragic death of newborn baby 'was her fault'MetroA terminally-ill mum who delayed chemotherapy to have her baby has been targeted by vicious online trolls after the child sadly died. Former police officer Heidi Loughlin was attacked by people who wrote to her saying 'your awful choices killed your ...and more

Friday 14th September 2018

Children with asthma are less likely to finish school and to work in non-manual occupations

(European Lung Foundation) People who suffer with persistent asthma from a young age are more likely to leave school at 16 years old and those who make it to university are more likely to drop out early, according to new research presented today (Sunday) at the European Respiratory Society International Congress. The research also suggests that when this group of children grow up, they are less li...

Wedgewood Pharmacy Survey Demonstrates Negative Impact of Opioid Shortages on Veterinarians, Pet Owners, and Pets

A nationwide survey shows that there are unintended consequences for veterinary medicine caused by the Drug Enforcement Administration’s (DEA) efforts to address the national opioid crisis. Opioids in animal medicine are the foundation, and often the only method, of pain con

Zimbabwe's opposition leader postpones mock inauguration after cholera outbreak

Zimbabwe's main opposition leader has postponed plans for a mock inauguration on Saturday following a police ban on public gatherings as the country battles to contain a cholera outbreak that has killed 26 people.

Thursday 13th September 2018

Infinitus Awarded China Charity Award by China's Ministry of Civil Affairs

BEIJING, Sept. 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Infinitus (China) Company Ltd. was honoured with a China Charity Award from the Ministry of Civil Affairs for its long-term commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) and innovation at the 10th China Charity Awards ceremony held in the Great Hall of the People on September 13. The ceremony was chaired by Mr. Huang Shuxian, Minister of...

“Hundreds” of crimes will soon be solved using DNA databases, genealogist predicts

CeCe Moore’s company has been helping police departments solve cold cases by uploading crime-scene DNA to public genealogy databases.

It’s time to change how we regulate methadone

In 2016, dispatchers in my hometown of Mansfield — a Rust Belt city in rural North Central Ohio — fielded over 363 overdose-related police calls. The community organized an opiate response team, created to help individuals following an overdose, which could only respond to those experiencing their second overdose. Around the country, small towns and […]

Wednesday 12th September 2018

Zimbabwe police ban public gatherings in capital to contain cholera outbreak 

Zimbabwe police ban public gatherings in capital to contain cholera outbreak 

Zimbabwe police ban public gatherings in capital to contain cholera outbreak

Zimbabwe's police on Wednesday issued a ban on all public gatherings to control the spread of cholera, which has killed 21 people in the capital Harare, a day after the government declared an emergency following the outbreak of the disease.

HMP Announces Advisory Board for the Inaugural National Cocaine, Meth, & Stimulant Summit

Hugo J. Barrera, Director of South Florida HIDTA, among group of esteemed stakeholders guiding conference agenda MALVERN, Pa. (PRWEB) September 12, 2018 Amid calls for action from clinical professionals, law enforcement officials, and other stakeholders to address the growing national stimulant epidemic, HMP, a leading healthcare event and education company, today announced the Institute for the ...

Tuesday 11th September 2018

AHA: 17 Years After 9/11, Former NYPD Cop Still Battles Serious Health Problems

TUESDAY, Sept. 11, 2018 (American Heart Association) -- Peter Woods hardly called in sick back when he worked for the New York Police Department. Then terrorists attacked the World Trade Center, creating a noxious cloud of finite glass,...

Monday 10th September 2018

More and More, New Drugs Clear the FDA With ‘Accelerated Approval’

Abigail Fagan & Mark Kaufman On June 28, 2011, ten police cars descended upon the headquarters of the US Food and Drug Administration. Scores of protesters carrying loudspeakers and donning pink shirts had attempted to enter the building, but were thwarted by the officers. One man held a sign that read: “My wife is not […]

Friday 7th September 2018

UnitedHealthcare and High Point Police Department Donate Bicycle Helmets to Local Elementary School Kids

Fun-filled event in advance of Carolina Cup pro cycling race included helmet decorating, bike safety demonstrations, exercises and nutrition education UnitedHealthcare volunteers and the High Point Police Department donated new bike helmets and provided bike safety demonstrations to more than 120 second and third graders from Fairvi...

Wednesday 5th September 2018

AHA: Heart Health Research of 9/11 Survivors Slowly Realized, 17 Years Later

WEDNESDAY, Sept. 5, 2018 (American Heart Association) -- Back when Charlie Wilson was an avid runner, the only flutter he ever felt in his chest came from indigestion. That changed on Sept. 11. The now-retired New York police sergeant spent nearly...

Tuesday 4th September 2018

Eva’s Village Co-Sponsors 8th Annual Passaic County Recovery Walk & Celebration; Local Leaders to Attend

This year's theme, "Invest in health, home, purpose, and community” highlights the need for law enforcement, families, treatment and social service agencies to work together to support long-term recovery from mental health and substance use disorders. PATERSON, N.J. (PRWEB) September 04, 2018 The 8th Annual Passaic County Recovery Walk & Celebration, held on Saturday, September 8 i...

Monday 3rd September 2018

[In Context] Exploring memories of Rasputin, the Queen, and police interviews

In an age of social media networks like Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, it sometimes feels like the photograph is king. Holidays, meals, and key moments in people's lives are snapped, uploaded, and liked, while the cult of the “selfie” appears to be becoming pervasive. Photographs can sometimes seem to be the ultimate record of a life, whether they're posted on a website or kept in a traditi...

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