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Monday 16th July 2018

24 Hour Fitness Rolls Out Special Offer in July For Military and First Responders

A Fitting Tribute To Those Who ‘Risk Everything To Serve Others’ Most people experience mind and body stress at some point in their lives. As CareerCast found earlier this year, among the Top 5 jobs most impacted by mind and body stress are career military and first responders who put their own lives at risk while working to protect and save others...


Sunday 15th July 2018

UAE Fruits and Vegetables Market Segmented by Crop Type, Production, Consumption Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2018 2023 [Report Updated: 08022018] Prices from USD $3250

Among all the major vegetables in UAE, Garlic is the fastest growing type with an estimated CAGR of 18.27% and in Fruits, Banana is the quickest growing fruits with a CAGR 72.41%. Among all the GCC countries, UAE spends the most on food products, after Saudi Arabia. The increase in consumption of fruits and vegetables in the country is attributed to the growing expatriate population and economic p...

Thursday 12th July 2018

Aetna Donates Narcan to Wayne County

Donation Will Help Save Lives In a Region Afflicted With Opioid Overdoses Kathryn Helmuth, M.D., Medical Director of the Wayne County Health Department, today accepted a donation of 192 Narcan (naloxone) kits from Aetna (NYSE: AET) and the Aetna Foundation to combat the ongoing opioid crisis in Wayne County. Aetna’s donation...


Immune cells can switch from ‘gang members’ to ‘police officers’

When the immune system overreacts, as in an allergic reaction, cells causing trouble can change into cells that dampen the reaction. Learning to control the mechanism behind the switch could be used to make more effective immunotherapies, say the authors of the new study, led by Imperial College Lon...

Wednesday 11th July 2018

UAE Fruits and Vegetables Market Segmented by Crop Type, Production, Consumption Growth, Trends and Forecasts 2018 2023 [Report Updated: 08022018] Prices from USD $1921

Among all the major vegetables in UAE, Garlic is the fastest growing type with an estimated CAGR of 18.27% and in Fruits, Banana is the quickest growing fruits with a CAGR 72.41%. Among all the GCC countries, UAE spends the most on food products, after Saudi Arabia. The increase in consumption of fruits and vegetables in the country is attributed to the growing expatriate population and economic p...

iBeat Heart Watch Now Shipping

Medical alert disruptor, iBeat ships its Heart Watch to 11,000+ pre-order customers and is now available for purchase. iBeat, a health tech company empowering people to live longer, today announced the release and shipping of its iBeat Heart Watch – a

Tuesday 10th July 2018

Vaping Devices, Electronic Cigarettes Touted As Smoking Cessation Aids, But Some Data Suggests Otherwise

There's a growing field of conflicting data on the benefits and harms of the products. In other public health news: organs, cancer patients' end-of-life plans, Lyme disease, suicide, police violence and more.

Friday 6th July 2018

STAT Plus: Pharmalittle: FDA fails to police ‘pay-later’ conflicts; Philippines readies suit against Sanofi over dengue vaccine

Payments to physicians after they sat on FDA advisory panels have gone largely unnoticed and entirely unpoliced, a new investigation finds.

Wednesday 4th July 2018

Laws of Flight: As Drones Take Off, Regulation Lags

In 2014, a drone got tangled in the power lines outside a South Carolina prison carrying a small payload of marijuana and a cellphone. Police arrested a man in a nearby campsite who’d been running this smuggling operation using radio-controlled drones. A year later, a civilian-operated drone landed inside the White House perimeter, and was […]

Friday 29th June 2018

Sun Ski Announces Increase of Military and First Responder Discount

All active duty and retired military personnel, veterans, emergency first responders, EMTs, firefighters, and police officers are eligible for the discount on all goods purchased. Read more...

Thursday 28th June 2018

Empathetic police are less effective in the face of public criticism

Police officers who endorse an empathetic approach to criminal justice do not perform as well when they sense they are underappreciated, according to new research.

Wednesday 27th June 2018

Genealogists Turn to Cousins’ DNA and Family Trees to Crack Five More Cold Cases

Police arrested a D.J. in Pennsylvania and a nurse in Washington State this week, the latest examples of the use of an open-source ancestry site since the break in the Golden State killer case.

Opinion: Antwon Rose’s killing by police affects blacks’ mental health across the country

When police officers kill unarmed black men, the entire community feels it.

Opinion: When police officers kill unarmed blacks, it affects blacks’ mental health across the country

When police officers kill unarmed black men, the entire community feels it.

ADNOC Joins Aramco in Indian Petchems JV

Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) has signed a framework agreement to join Saudi Aramco in developing the proposed refinery and petrochemicals complex at Ratnagiri in Maharashtra, India. ADNOC and Aramco will jointly own 50% of the new company, Ratnagiri Refinery and Petrochemicals Limited (RRPCL), with a consortium of Indian companies holding the remaining equity.

Tuesday 26th June 2018

Kaleido Biosciences closes $101mm Series C round

Kaleido Biosciences (optimizing the human microbiome to treat disease) raised $101mm through its Series C round. Founding inv...

OneLegacy to Host Nation’s Largest Donation and Transplantation Symposium October 30 in Pomona

OneLegacy announced today that it will host its ninth annual “Donation & Transplantation Symposium” October 30 at the Sheraton Fairplex Hotel and Convention Center in Pomona. With attendance expected to exceed 1,200 healthcare professionals, it will be the largest gathering of its kind in the country. Physicians, nurses, transplant center ...

Monday 25th June 2018

Kaleido Biosciences Raises $101 Million Series C Financing

Oversubscribed Financing Includes New and Existing Investors Kaleido Biosciences, a clinical-stage healthcare company leading the development of novel chemistries to drive functions of the microbiome organ, today announced that it has closed $101 million in an oversubscribed Series C financing. Several new investors participated in the financing...

Saturday 23rd June 2018

Thirty-three pregnant Cambodian women discovered in surrogacy raid

PHNOM PENH (Reuters) - Thirty-three pregnant Cambodian women who were carrying babies on behalf of Chinese clients have been discovered during a raid on an illegal commercial surrogacy operation, police said on Saturday.

Friday 22nd June 2018

Police Killings Of Unarmed Black Americans Damage Mental Health In African-American Neighborhoods, Study Finds

While other studies have focused on the adverse affects of black killings, the Lancet study researchers aimed for a better sense of how police violence is felt on a population level months before and after a shooting.

Police Killings of Unarmed Blacks Impact Community Mental Health

FRIDAY, June 22, 2018 -- For black U.S. adults, police killings of unarmed black Americans have adverse effects on mental health, according to a study published online June 21 in The Lancet. Jacob Bor, Sc.D., from the Boston University School of...

Police Killings Harm Well-Being of All Blacks: Study

FRIDAY, June 22, 2018 -- Police killings of unarmed black Americans harm the mental health of black adults nationwide, researchers report. "Our study demonstrates for the first time that police killings of unarmed black Americans can have corrosive...

Thursday 21st June 2018

[Comment] Police violence and the built harm of structural racism

Police killing black Americans is one of the oldest forms of structural racism in the USA. The act traces its roots to slavery.1 Yet it remains a tool for social control that violates black bodily autonomy, engenders racial inequality in access to public services, and re-inscribes the predominant racial order any time police indiscriminately and extrajudicially take a black life.2

[Articles] Police killings and their spillover effects on the mental health of black Americans: a population-based, quasi-experimental study

Police killings of unarmed black Americans have adverse effects on mental health among black American adults in the general population. Programmes should be implemented to decrease the frequency of police killings and to mitigate adverse mental health effects within communities when such killings do occur.

Police Killings and Blacks' Mental Health

(MedPage Today) -- Researchers assert cause-and-effect with substantial population-level burden


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