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New Zealand aims to vaccinate up to 350,000 people per day

New Zealand hopes to vaccinate up to 350,000 people in a single day next week, the country’s largest Covid inoculation effort to date, as it draws closer to reopening its economy. Vaccination clinics will be open all day Saturday, October 16, said Chris Hipkins, the minister responsible for New Zealand’s …

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Shannon Bell determined to educate people about Rambo’s services

ZANESVILLE – The new CEO of Rambo Memorial Health Center always knew she wanted to pursue a career in nursing, but her journey to getting there is different from most. As a child, Shannon Bell’s sister suffered from a rare disease that resulted in frequent hospital stays. “She’s been sick …

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People with urgent mental health issues now have refuge in Vista

More than three years after the need became acute in the northern coastal county, local law enforcement officers now have a new location to pick up those they take on mental health calls, allowing them quickly transfer custody and pick up the pace, often skipping the hours of emergency room …

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Growing number of Canadians aware of Indigenous abuse blame government: poll

By Tom Yun, Editor, CTVNews.ca Click here for updates on this story TORONTO, Ontario (CTV Network) – A new survey suggests there is a growing awareness of the mistreatment of Indigenous peoples by Canada, and a growing number of Canadians say the onus is on the federal government to achieve …

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Why does the word “woman” tie people in knots

October 2, 2021 “BODIES WITH vaginas ”is a strange way of referring to half of the human race. Yet this is the quote that the Lancet, a medical journal, chose to be featured on the cover of its latest issue, telling readers that “historically, the anatomy and physiology” of these …

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Encinitas Approves New Location for Secure Overnight Homeless Parking Program

All participants, who are pre-selected and have to spend the night in their vehicles, will have to leave the field before 7 a.m. each day. ENCINITAS, Calif .– After hours of passionate public comment, Encinitas City Council voted on Wednesday to approve the relocation of its overnight secure parking lot …

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Tired workers threaten Hollywood’s biggest shutdown since WWII: “People are tired.”

Donna Young of the IATSE Local 700 Motion Picture Editors Guild writes a fair wages for all message on a union members car during a rally at the Motion Picture Editors Guild IATSE Local 700 on Sunday. Los Angeles Times via Getty Images Hollywood may well turn dark again. Film …

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Group discusses police interactions with people with disabilities

House Bill 1122 requires the commission to recommend a curriculum for officers, and the state training council is to implement it by July. COLORADO, United States – A state commission was recently selected to help improve training for police officers and MPs on how to properly interact with people with …

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White House says 400,000 people have so far received drugstore reminders

A person receives a dose of Pfizer-BioNTech’s coronavirus disease (COVID-19) vaccine, at a mobile inoculation site in the Bronx neighborhood of New York, New York, United States on August 18, 2021. REUTERS / David ‘Dee’ Delgado WASHINGTON, Sept.28 (Reuters) – At least 400,000 people in the United States received booster …

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Rising prescription drug costs are causing many people to skip their medications

SARATOGA SPRINGS, Utah – Thousands of Utahns depend on prescription drugs to stay healthy, but the cost of many drugs is rising, twice the rate of inflation. The growing inaccessibility of prescription drugs is leading many people to make the dangerous choice of not filling their prescriptions. Louann and Daniel …

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Clinical care varies widely for people with childhood lupus, study finds

A recent study evaluating medical care for people with childhood lupus as well as mixed connective tissue disease (MCTD, an autoimmune disease similar to lupus) found that clinical care, timeliness of follow-up visits, and measurements of disease prevention varied widely from country to country. 110 children included in the study …

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Amtrak derailment kills at least 3 people in remote Montana

Eight cars from Amtrak’s Empire Builder 7/27 westbound train to Seattle / Portland derailed around 4 p.m. near Joplin, Montana, a town about 30 miles south of the Canadian border with a population of about 150 , Amtrak said. The train consisted of two locomotives and 10 cars and there …

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Russell’s results show Williams “not as bad as people think”

Russell, who has scored points in three of the last four races for the team that had not achieved a top 10 result since the 2019 German GP, ​​clinched third place on the grid in Sochi behind Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz. His recent form, including a top spot in …

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Residents of Virginia community are fed up with monkey noises and racial slurs coming from the house next door

through: Madison Pearman, Nexstar Media Wire Posted: Sep 25, 2021 / 4:15 PM EDT / Update: Sep 25, 2021 / 4:15 PM EDT VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – Several residents of the Virginia Beach neighborhood of Salem Lakes are fed up with their neighbor after saying he taunted them behind …

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Youth-led climate events around the world: live updates

(Inke Kappeler / CNN) Protesters gathered outside the Reichstag, home to the lower house of German parliament in central Berlin, complained that young people were being excluded from politics ahead of the weekend’s elections. Others who were of voting age said their voices were being stifled by the country’s aging …

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These missing black families are frustrated by the lack of response to their cases

Robinson, who lives in South Carolina, hired an independent investigator and assembled a search team of volunteers when he said he felt the police were not making progress with the investigation. He also says he failed to get the media coverage he thought the case needed. The case was reported …

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FDA clears Pfizer Booster Shot for high-risk people

WASHINGTON – After weeks of internal strife at the Food and Drug Administration, the agency on Wednesday allowed people over 65 who had received Pfizer-BioNTech’s coronavirus vaccine to receive a booster at least six months after their second injection. The FDA has also cleared booster shots for adult Pfizer-BioNTech beneficiaries …

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Experts Discover New Approach to Motivating People to Get Vaccines and Apply Makeup

In the face of a global pandemic, with more than 200 million infections worldwide and 4 million deaths, and despite unprecedented efforts by public health officials, celebrities and influencers to convince everyone to wear masks and getting vaccinated as early as possible, the results are mixed. Now, two Princeton researchers …

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As Travis County reaches 70% full vaccines, more people hospitalized from surrounding counties

AUSTIN (KXAN) – More than 70% of the eligible population in Travis County is now fully vaccinated. The region has yet to achieve collective immunity, as this percentage excludes children under 12 who are not yet eligible. Yet due to this increased increase in vaccines, Dr Desmar Walkes, the local …

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Sports betting attracts more people to Deadwood

DEADWOOD, SD (KELO) – It’s been two weeks since sports betting became legal in South Dakota – and it’s already attracting more people to Deadwood. Last November, 58% of voters approved a constitutional amendment to allow sports betting. People everywhere are betting on a new kind of game in South …

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Social media changed the way people experienced Hurricane Ida

(TNS) – Ryan Thoden unknowingly began his career as a storm chaser at the age of 10. He recalls venturing into the Eye of the Storm when Hurricane Sandy hit New Jersey in 2012. At the time, he was staying with his grandmother in Pennsville, Salem County. “I had been …

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Chronicle accidentally posts sappy senior columns at first, apologizes for making people like Duke at the time

By publishing the dozen opinion pieces months before their scheduled release, the student newspaper forced people to break with the long-cherished tradition of hating this university until seconds before graduation. Rather than removing the exhibits, all of which detailed a disgusting respect for Duke in the face of his departure, …

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Why rich people love credit cards

The dangerous thing about credit cards is that they can open the door to debt. Someone who can’t really afford a purchase can charge that item to a credit card, have a balance for several months, and rack up a ton of interest by the time that purchase is paid …

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The disease whitens the color of their skin. Now people with vitiligo are debating whether to treat or embrace their disease

“I was on my church board, attended neighborhood meetings, and let down so many things and so many friends because I was so depressed,” Molyneaux said. Today, there is new hope for the estimated 3 million Americans with vitiligo, thanks in large part to research at the University of Massachusetts …

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LGBTQ Center to Recognize People for Helping Build Community in Central Pennsylvania

The Central Pennsylvania LGBT Center will host its 2021 FAB Awards program on Saturday evening to highlight the centre’s work fostering connections between communities and honoring individuals for their community-building work. The keynote speaker and recipient of the Movement Leadership Award will be Blair Imani, a critically acclaimed author, historian …

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600 people celebrate the centenary of Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC

BOARDMAN, Ohio (WKBN) – One hundred years is a long time to be in business, which is why Friday night at Boardman, one of the area’s best-known auto dealerships threw a big party. Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC celebrated its centennial in the parking lot of its dealership on Market Street …

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M&T Says $ 7.6 Billion Deal for People’s United Financial Stays On Track | Local company

M&T Bank President and CEO René Jones said the bank’s deal with People’s United was on schedule. Derek Gee / News File Photo The acquisition of People’s United Financial by M&T Bank Corp. on schedule, said René F. Jones, president and CEO of M&T. “We are still awaiting regulatory approval,” …

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Suspect arrested after 4 people were found dead inside SUV in Wisconsin cornfield

A man has been arrested and another suspect is wanted in the murder of four people in western Wisconsin, the authorities announced on Thursday. They are accused of killing two men and two women, whom authorities found inside an abandoned SUV in a cornfield. The four victims, all from Minnesota, …

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SpaceX Inspiration4 Launches Four People into Orbit on Company’s First-ever Tourism Mission

The launch pad at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida was dramatically illuminated by floodlights against the night sky, and when the nine SpaceX rocket engines ignited just after 8 p.m. ET, they flooded the surrounding wetlands. of a flame of light as it soared into the upper atmosphere and …

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CDC study: Unvaccinated people 11 times more likely to die from Covid-19

As the Biden administration ramps up efforts to get the shots fired, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday released a new study that highlights the effectiveness of Covid-19 vaccines against serious illness or death. The study, which looked at hospitalizations and deaths from Covid-19 over a period …

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DCH Health System CEO Describes Problems Facing Young People With COVID-19

TUSCALOOSA, Alabama (WBRC) – It wasn’t the coronavirus that hit your grandparents the most last year. DCH’s healthcare system is now seeing younger people between the ages of 25 and 49 become infected with the coronavirus. “This age group has generated the highest number of positive COVID test results,” DCH …

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Experts: Vaccinated people protected even without a booster injection – WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana weather

(CNN) – Health experts reinforce that full vaccination remains highly effective against serious illness and death caused by COVID-19 as federal regulators consider the possibility of allowing a third dose in the coming weeks . “What is the purpose of this vaccine? The stated goal of (CDC Director Dr. Rochelle …

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Battle of disinformation and COVID: Doctors warn people not to take ivermectin to treat COVID

HIDALGO COUNTY, Texas (Central Valley) – The pest control drug Ivermectin is making headlines because people are using it to try and treat COVID-19. The Texas Poison Control Network received more calls last month related to ivermectin exposure than they received for all of 2020. The drug is safe to …

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Lightly worn work clothes are needed to help people return to work

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – If you’ve been thinking about cleaning your wardrobe, here’s a great incentive. Many people in the Las Vegas Valley are returning to work and in need of appropriate clothing. Lightly worn work clothes, which you might not wear anymore, could help someone look their best for …

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The psychology behind why some people still don’t want the COVID-19 vaccine

As COVID-19 digits increase yet again here in Michigan, some striking truths emerge. The first is that the delta variant is very aggressive and is believed to be the source of the vast majority of new cases of COVID-19, the second is that these new cases aren’t just happening in …

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Flooding in Tennessee leaves 16 dead, 51 more missing

Search and rescue efforts are underway in the county and town of Waverly, the county seat, the agency said in a statement on Sunday. “We ask residents to stay away from neighborhoods and roads while rescue efforts are underway,” Waverly Public Safety Chief Grant Gillespie said in the statement. An …

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The movement seeks to make the outdoors safe for people of color

Outdoor enthusiasts want people of color to embrace activities like hiking, biking, kayaking, camping, and bird watching – and to feel safe and secure while enjoying it all. Why is this important: A national report has drawn attention to the discrimination some people of color face when running in the …

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San Diego begins temporary closure of Point La Jolla to separate people and sea lions

At dawn on August 11, City of San Diego workers were in Point La Jolla installing “Closed Zone” signs, a plastic barrier filled with water, and a chain through the stairs. access to the cliff to begin a temporary closure of the area. The closure, intended to keep people away …

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Impact of the pandemic: people have changed the way they buy peaches

The nation may be emerging from the COVID-19 pandemic, but the vestiges of the experience are not going away anytime soon when it comes to people’s peach-buying habits, and could in fact become permanent. for many, said the executive director of National Peach. Advice, Kay Rentzel. She shared some statistics …

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NASA will pay 4 people to spend a year pretending they are isolated on Mars

Want to find your inner Matt Damon and spend a year pretending you’re isolated on Mars? NASA has a job for you. To prepare for potentially sending astronauts to Mars, NASA on Friday began taking requests for four people to live for a year in Mars Dune Alpha. It is …

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Michigan Ethnic Bullying Law Protects Transgender People, Says Court Rules

Click to enlarge Shutterstock The flag of transgender pride. A Michigan law that criminalizes bullying people based on their gender protects transgender residents, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday. The ruling concerns a case in which a transgender woman was gunned down at a gas station in July 2018. …

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Three people killed in Burbank Fiery crash – NBC Los Angeles

Three people were killed and at least two others were injured in a violent collision between several vehicles in Burbank in which a car was “partially smashed in half” – and which police were investigating for possible hit-and-run or racing of street. incident. Police and firefighters responded at 11:50 p.m. …

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UCHealth gives advice to children and adults who are afraid of needles so that people do not avoid getting vaccinated or receiving treatment they may need

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) – UCHealth told 11 News about tips for children and adults who are afraid of needles, so people don’t avoid getting the vaccine or getting the treatment they might need . UCHealth said fear or phobia of needles is very common among children and adults, even …

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CDC monitors more than 200 people in 25 U.S. states

What is monkey pox? What are the symptoms of monkey pox? WaPo reporter answers questions about rare disease Authorities said Friday that a Dallas resident tested positive for Monkeypox after traveling from Nigeria to Dallas. It is believed to be the very first case of the rare disease in Texas. …

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Pandemic causes upsurge in eating disorders among young people, experts say

through: Alex stokes, Nexstar News Wire Posted: Jul 21, 2021 / 8:26 PM CDT / Update: Jul 21, 2021 / 8:26 PM CDT CLEVELAND (WJW) – Health experts at the Cleveland Clinic are worried about another crisis they say is being exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic – an increase in …

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“I train to put people in order,” Punahele Soriano of Hawaii aims for another early stop this weekend at UFC

Posted: Jul 20, 2021 / 6:29 PM HST / Update: Jul 20, 2021 / 6:33 PM HST Hawaii’s Punahele Soriano trains in Las Vegas for UFC fight on Saturday At the Xtreme Couture Mixed Martial Arts Gymnasium in Las Vegas, Nevada, there is no doubt as to the identity of …

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Pot Arrests Decrease, but Black Arrest Rate Higher | Colorado News

DENVER (AP) – Marijuana-related arrests have declined since the first recreational marijuana stores opened in Colorado seven years ago, but black people are still much more likely to get in legal trouble for related offenses to cannabis, according to a state report released on Monday. The biennial report, commissioned by …

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Dallas County Judge Continues To Urge People To Get Vaccinated – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Dallas County said data from the past three months shows cases are starting to increase, and it is mainly among those who are not vaccinated. “What we’re really seeing is the start of a new wave of the pandemic, but among the unvaccinated,” Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said. According …

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Levin talks about the rise of “American Marxism”: appeals to “people who do not take responsibility for their own lives”

On this week’s “Life, Liberty & Levin” show, host Mark Levin was interviewed by “Fox & Friends Weekend” host Pete Hegseth about his new book “American Marxism” and how whose book serves as a warning about what might happen. President Joe Biden and the Democratic majority in Congress. Levin, former …

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What workers say they need in a job today

In early July, North Carolina job seekers struggling to stay afloat breathed a sigh of relief when Governor Roy Cooper vetoed Senate Bill 116 – a move that would have ended the federal supplement. weekly unemployment rate of $ 300. While we’ve all seen the headlines about an alleged labor …

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County survey, research examines why people still don’t get vaccinated – NBC 7 San Diego

As COVID-19 cases slowly increase in San Diego County – including an increase in Delta variant cases – new research is examining why San Diego people are still not getting vaccinated. “We are seeing about double the number of cases reported about a month ago,” said Dr Wilma Wooten, county …

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California to compensate people forcibly sterilized under eugenics

California Governor Gavin Newsom speaks at the opening of the first federally and state-run community vaccination site during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak in Los Angeles, California, USA, February 16, 2021. REUTERS / Mike Blake / File photo July 13 (Reuters) – California has agreed to pay reparations to those …

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People Development Software Leadr, Inc. Raises $ 10 Million in Series A Led by Bedrock | Texas

DALLAS, July 12, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Leadr, Inc., a rapidly growing human resources software company, today announced the closing of its Series A funding with a $ 10 million investment round led by Bedrock. The Series A increase also included funding from Leadr’s friends and family, including Leadr’s …

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LA County reports peak of COVID-19 among unvaccinated youth, with 1,094 new cases on Saturday – CBS Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health reported 1,094 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and eight deaths on Saturday, bringing the county’s total to 1,256,515 cases and 24,538 deaths. The department also reports that 83% of all new cases are in people 50 or younger, with …

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Better boating: MNR urges people to wear life jackets and take boating training courses | Sports

Greg Lucas’ father made him wear a life jacket every time they went out on a boat. “He was like a security nut,” Lucas said. “I grew up in Camden and we had accommodation on Wateree Lake. We just didn’t go out on the boat without a life jacket all …

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Montana Redistribution Commission discusses where to allocate jailed people | state

HELENA – The District and Allocation Commission on Thursday held the first of two public hearings setting criteria on how to create state legislative and congressional districts, with a strong focus on how to count people in prison . The commission heard comments from the public on the timing of …

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“I just need my son”: people who disappeared amid protests in Colombia | Colombia

Bbefore 17-year-old Duvan Barros left his home in an underprivileged part of Bogotá to attend a protest against poverty, he asked his mother, Dolores Barros, to make him a fruit juice. She said no, but there would be one waiting for her when she returned. It was June 5, and …

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National nonprofit association providing free veterinary care and supplies to homeless pets in Kern County

Posted: Jul 5, 2021 / 9:50 PM PDT / Update: Jul 5, 2021 / 10:09 PM PDT BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) – Project ElleVet, a national non-profit organization, is reaching out to the homeless population of Kern County this week by helping take care of their pets. The ElleVet project provides …

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Winnebago County studies health of people near Rockton factory fire – NBC Chicago

Health officials are asking people affected by a chemical plant explosion in Rockton, Ill. To share their experiences, including whether they have experienced new or worsening health problems. Winnebago County Department of Health is investigating the June 13 Chemtool factory fire in conjunction with the Illinois Department of Public Health …

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Mudslide in Japan: around 20 people missing in the city of Atami

Images published on social media showed the mighty black mudslide that brought down a mountainside, engulfing homes and infrastructure as residents watched in horror. The giant mudslide in Atami, Shizuoka Prefecture, which occurred around 10:30 a.m. local time, came after parts of the area were hit by torrential rains. Police …

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More people come out of town for the 4th of July weekend – CBS Sacramento

POLLOCK PINES (CBS13) – With coronavirus restrictions lifted, people were celebrating freedom from the worst of the pandemic this Independence Day weekend. Americans are moving from the road to the airports. It is estimated that 48 million people are expected to travel during the holiday weekend. READ MORE: MPs investigate …

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‘We The People’ Filmmakers Featured In THR Episode ‘Behind The Screen’ – The Hollywood Reporter

We the people creator Chris Nee and directors Jorge Gutierrez, Trisha Gum and Mabel Ye are featured in a new episode of Hollywood journalist‘s Behind the screen. Starting July 4th on Netflix, We the people features 10 animated music videos that contain American civic education lessons. It includes musical performances …

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Does socio-economic status explain why black people with MS have more disabilities?

MINNEAPOLIS – A new study suggests that even when differences in socioeconomic status are taken into account, blacks with multiple sclerosis (MS) may be more affected by the disease than whites with MS. The research is published in the June 30, 2021 online issue of Neurology®, the medical journal of …

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UW to Study Investigational Drug for Alzheimer’s Disease in People Without Symptoms | Local News

Karen Ingmundson from Waunakee is preparing for a PET scan at UW-Madison’s Waisman Center, as part of a 2019 Alzheimer’s research study. STATE NEWSPAPER ARCHIVES David Wahlberg | Wisconsin State Journal UW Health is looking for people at risk for Alzheimer’s disease, but without any signs of it, to study …

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Clarksville residents react after 6 people were shot within hours of each other

CLARKSVILLE, Tennessee (WKRN) – Six people were shot dead within hours after a series of gunfire erupted in Clarksville on Saturday night. “I mean it’s not something you would expect,” said Jesse Harris, a Clarksville resident. “You look around like nice cars, nice houses and… you wouldn’t expect that sort …

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Winthrop shooting leaves 2 people, one gunman presumed dead – NBC Boston

A gunman killed two people after he crashed a stolen truck at a building in Winthrop, Massachusetts on Saturday and was then fatally shot by police, state soldiers said. Massachusetts State Police said the suspected gunman stole a truck from a plumbing and emptying company and then slammed into a …

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Study: “Little or no benefit” from the 2nd dose of vaccine for people infected with COVID-19 in the past

Vaccines were administered to workers and their families in March in Rolando and Kearny Mesa. Photo by Chris Stone While health officials agree that people previously infected with COVID-19 still need to be vaccinated, a study this week found that they only needed one dose of the diet in two …

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To fight PTSD in veterans, contact people before they join the military

Media Tip Sheets June 27 is recognized annually as PTSD Awareness Day, an annual event designed to raise awareness about post-traumatic stress disorder. He also recalls that treatment, resources and help are available for those who suffer from it and for caregivers. Kenneth Marfilius, assistant professor Kenneth marfilius is a …

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No-kill status threatened by people bringing too many dogs and cats to the Lafayette Animal Shelter & Care Center

LAFAYETTE, Louisiana (KLFY) The Lafayette Animal Shelter & Care Center is at risk of losing its “No-kill” status as the number of dogs and cats, pets and stray people returning to the shelter increases. If the trend continues, it could jeopardize the “No kill” status of the refuge. The shelter …

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ID.me impostors targeting the unemployed in Florida

Thieves have set up a conspiracy to steal personal information from Florida residents who are trying to get state unemployment benefits. The thieves pose as representatives of ID.me, the security partner hired by the Department of Employment Opportunity to verify the identity of jobless claimants in Florida. Kim Seifter, of …

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Rehabilitation group warns people to watch out for traveling turtles

NASHVILLE, Tennessee (WTVF) – In the heat of summer, turtles are often found crossing roads or moving through yards. It is a major cause of turtle mortality. According to Debbie Sykes of Nashville Wildlife Conservation, the two main killers of turtles by humans are collisions with cars or lawn mowers. …

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Glowing bacteria could one day protect people from landmines

Landmines left by past conflicts – or those still ongoing – pose silent threats to millions of people around the world. With the help of bacteria that glow in their presence, these hidden dangers can one day be found and safely removed or destroyed. Researchers at the Hebrew University of …

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10 people, including 9 children, are killed in Alabama Van Crash

Nine children and an adult were killed in Alabama on Saturday afternoon when a van of children returning from a beach vacation and a car collided and the van caught fire, authorities said. The pickup truck, owned by the Alabama Sheriffs Youth Ranch, and the car collided on Interstate 65 …

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8,000 homeless will be transferred from hotels to shelters, New York says

New York City plans to move around 8,000 homeless people from hotel rooms and return to barrack-like dormitories by the end of July so that hotels can reopen to the general public, the mayor said on Wednesday. Bill de Blasio. When the pandemic lockdown began last spring, New York City …

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Coelacanths live as long as humans

June 19, 2021 ON DECEMBER March 23, 1938 Marjorie Courtenay-Latimer, curator at the East London Museum, South Africa, stumbled upon her local fish market. There, she spotted the most beautiful fish she had ever seen. It was pale mauve, was nearly two meters long, and had silver markings. Although she …

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After COVID, more businesses are moving to Birmingham: ‘People are seeing the momentum’

How big was Landing’s announcement last week that it will move its headquarters to Birmingham from San Francisco? Landing, the nationwide network of fully furnished apartments, plans to move into the John Hand building and create 816 new full-time jobs as it continues to grow with the demand for housing …

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COVID-19 ‘immunity passports’ idea decreases people’s compliance with restrictions

Researchers at the University of Kent’s School of Psychology have found that when people are presented with the idea of ​​a Covid-19 ‘immunity passport’, they show less willingness to follow distancing guidelines social and facial coverage. However, that will seems to return when people read more cautious information about Covid-19 …

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Violent arrest in Colorado shines light on how police treat people with disabilities

Training on how to interact with people with disabilities varies, but the basics include identifying these people early on in a meeting rather than using force. This article was published on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 in Kaiser Health News. Through Leigh paterson Almost a year after officers in Loveland, Colo. …

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2 people, including 12, bitten by sharks in New Smyrna Beach, officials say

item NEW SMYRNA BEACH, FL. – Volusia County beach safety officials said two people were bitten by sharks on Monday. Officials said a 71-year-old man visiting from Jupiter, Florida was standing knee deep in water with his boogie board in New Smyrna Beach when he was bitten on the foot …

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the craziest things people did on a plane

An Indian couple made world headlines in May when they were investigated for chartering a plane as their wedding venue, hosting more than 160 guests despite lockdown restrictions. The plane, a Boeing 737 belonging to the low-cost carrier SpiceJet, was booked by a travel agency for a post-wedding trip to …

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Five people injured in two hours in separate Milwaukee shootings

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) — Milwaukee Police are investigating four nighttime shootings that injured five people on Sunday, June 13. Milwaukee has seen 14 people shot dead this weekend in the city, including four fatal shootings, since Friday night. There were 72 homicides and 353 non-fatal shootings in 2021 from January …

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Austin shooting: 14 people injured, police say

A shooting in a popular nightlife area in downtown Austin, Texas early Saturday left 14 people injured, two of them in critical condition, police said. Officers responded to a report of gunfire fired at around 1:25 a.m. in an area known to draw large crowds to its bars and restaurants. …

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people identified in long-lost photos of the Black Quarter | Alabama News

By ABBY DRIGGERS, Opelika-Auburn News AUBURN, Alabama (AP) – An oft-repeated phrase at the Caroline Marshall Drafting Center for the Arts & Humanities in Pebble Hill on June 6 began with “This is …” Political cartoons These words were spoken by former residents of Draketown, an African-American neighborhood of Auburn, …

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Oahu upgrades to level 4 allowing outdoor gatherings of 25 people

Posted: June 11, 2021 / 8:30 a.m. HST / Update: June 11, 2021 / 8:40 AM HST HONOLULU (KHON2) – Oahu entered Level 4 of the Recovery Framework after Governor David Ige approved Honolulu Mayor Rick Blangiardi’s request to take the city to the next level with some modifications. The …

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US Coronavirus: CDC says fully vaccinated people do not have to wear masks in outdoor transit areas or in outdoor sections of hubs

The CDC said it plans to update its face masks to reflect the change and better align with its guidelines for fully vaccinated people. Until then, the agency said it would “exercise its discretion” not to require masks in areas outside of transport hubs, such as bus or train stops, …

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Why do some people experience side effects after COVID-19 vaccines?

Why do some people experience side effects after COVID-19 vaccines? Temporary side effects, including headache, fatigue and fever, are signs that the immune system is waking up – a normal response to vaccines. And they are common. “The day after getting these vaccines, I wasn’t planning anything that was strenuous …

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Personalized Soundscape Could Help People With Dementia Recognize Time And Place

PICTURE: During the 180th ASA meeting, Arezoo Talebzadeh from Ghent University will show how a personalized soundscape can help people with dementia by providing clues about time and place. view After Credit: Arezoo Talebzadeh, University of Ghent MELVILLE, NY, June 9, 2021 – Designing a soundscape to improve an individual’s …

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As overdose deaths rise, people recovering from addiction reflect on challenges of pandemic – NBC4 Washington

The opioid epidemic in the United States has grown even more deadly in the past year during the coronavirus pandemic, and it has hit the DC region particularly hard. The region saw a troubling spike in overdose deaths in 2020, including a 46% increase in DC, a 19% increase in …

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Department of Social Services publishes research and resources for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, autism, mental health and behavioral disorders

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) today released the latest issue of Journal of Positive Approaches, which aims to provide the most recent research and resources for people with mental health and behavior issues, intellectual disabilities, autism and other developmental disabilities to live a daily life. …

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Risk of SARS-CoV-2 is higher in Latinx and Mayans

Latinx individuals were more likely to be infected with SARS-CoV-2 than non-Latinx individuals, and Mayan individuals had an even greater risk of infection, according to a recent study in Oakland, California. The study, published in JAMA network open, involved 1,186 participants, including 108 Mayan individuals, 661 non-Mayan Latinx individuals and …

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‘Vax and Relax’ event features free haircuts to convince people to get vaccinated – CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) – Although Chicago is opening up, many people still have not been vaccinated against COVID-19. Today, the city has made the coup with hair salons to reach people who are reluctant to get vaccinated. But as CBS 2’s Steven Graves reports, this is an uphill battle. READ MORE: …

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Behind the news: “I want more people to speak out” | Columns

The murder of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police has sparked protests against racism and police brutality around the world. On the North Coast, a memorable image was Alejandra Lopez, a teenage girl from Warrenton who has organized several Black Lives Matter protests. A year later, Lopez is still speaking …

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Digital passports can propel young people into skilled jobs

Young people can start creating their digital passport very early on, as soon as they enter high school. getty Skills – digital and non-digital – are the engine of the economy. Employers need skilled workers, and skilled workers fill jobs with higher wages and benefits. The most in-demand digital skills …

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Study: People with COVID have more severe strokes | News, Sports, Jobs

DANVILLE – Among people with stroke and COVID-19, there is a higher incidence of severe stroke as well as stroke among young people, new data from multinational COVID-19 study group shows and stroke, led by a team of Geisinger researchers. The latest report from the COVID-19 Stroke Study Group, published …

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3-year-old Ridgefield pianist becomes one of youngest to perform at Carnegie Hall – NBC Connecticut

Bridgette Xie’s family had their virtual piano lessons during the pandemic to give their daughter something to do, having no idea their 3-year-old would become one of the youngest to perform at Carnegie Hall. The little fingers of the Ridgefield, Connecticut girl hover over the piano keys like that of …

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The Day – “Those People” preview Thursday at La Garde

While we’ve had our fair share of film premieres and film festivals in Southeast Connecticut over the years, few events like this will resonate as much as tonight’s inaugural presentation at the Garde Arts Theater of ” Those People “. The feature-length documentary chronicles the first decade of the New …

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People say more work needs to be done for equality

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (Fort Wayne’s NBC) – Tuesday marks the first night of National Pride Month, and with many celebrations canceled last year, people are looking forward to this year’s plans. Nikki Fultz is the executive director of the Fort Wayne Pride Festival. She says when the event was canceled …

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