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Denver, Colorado

Big Ten Announces Return: Top Stories, Sports and Business News — Sept. 16 - TheStreet | 9/16/2020

… join the SEC, ACC and Big-12 in having a college football season. Meanwhile, in the NBA, the Los Angeles Clippers completed an epic collapse blowing a 3-1 lead in embarrassing fashion to the Denver Nuggets who have now come back from that deficit twice this postseason. We will see what the result means for Doc Rivers, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George but we know what it means for Denver

Washington, District of Columbia

Campus quarantines, no spring break, Vermont’s progress: News from around our 50 states | MSN | 9/16/2020

… Teachers arrived at their classrooms in August to find cleaning supplies and hand sanitizer were not yet available. Others feel as if concerns about ventilation have not been taken into account. District of Columbia Washington : The Smithsonian will reopen four more of its D.C. museums to the public starting Friday, WUSA-TV reports . The National Museum of African American History and Culture, the National Portrait Gallery, the Smithsonian American Art …

Portland, Oregon

Wildfire Smoke Is Causing A New Public Health Crisis On The West Coast | 9/16/2020

Wildfire Smoke Is Causing A New Public Health Crisis On The West Coast September 16, 2020, 12:35 am Robyn Beck / Getty Images A jogger wears a respirator in downtown Portland , Oregon. Wildfires up and down the West Coast are clogging the skies with smoke and unleashing yet another health emergency upon a nation that is already in the throes of a deadly pandemic. The historic fires made Portland , Seattle, and …

Salt Lake City, Utah

‘The vision of Pamela’: 100 units of affordable housing open for Salt Lake City’s homeless | 9/16/2020

Sep 15, 2020, 6:22pm MDT Share this story Share All sharing options Share All sharing options for: ‘The vision of Pamela’: 100 units of affordable housing open for Salt Lake City’s homeless Gov. Gary Herbert, left, and Pamela Atkinson visit during a ribbon-cutting ceremony for Pamela’s Place Apartments in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020. The Housing Authority of Salt Lake City newest, permanent supportive housing development …

Los Angeles, California

Those linked to stem cell board received more than $2.1 billion | 9/16/2020

… of its funding and one day will almost certainly want to ask taxpayers for more. It should remember that voters will look for evidence of public accountability as well as respected research,” said the Los Angeles Times in an editorial in December 2012. The IOM report itself said, “Far too many board members represent organizations that receive CIRM funding or benefit from that funding. These competing personal and professional interests …

Chicago, Illinois

Some Urban Hospitals Face Closure Or Cutbacks As The Pandemic Adds To Fiscal Woes | 9/16/2020

Share this page on Print Primary Content Caption Mercy Hospital & Medical Center survived the Great Chicago Fire of 1871 ― but it lost the battle of modern health care economics. In July, Chicago ‘s first hospital told regulators that it will end inpatient services as soon as February. Victor Coronado felt lightheaded one morning last monthwhen he stood up to grab an iced tea. The right side of his body suddenly felt …

Lancaster, California

William “Bill” Mitchell Frey | Obituaries | lancasteronline.com | 9/16/2020

William “Bill” Mitchell Frey, 91 years old, died on Monday, September 14th 2020 at Wyomissing Health and Rehabilitation after a short illness. He was the son of the late Elwood Frey and Edna (Mitchell) Frey of Lancaster . Born in Lancaster , Bill entered the U.S. Navy during World War II serving his country as a radio operator. Bill had an avid interest in cars and was involved in the auto parts …

Boston, Massachusetts

Regenerative tissue developer Aziyo Biologics files for $58M IPO | FierceBiotech | 9/16/2020

… million Nasdaq IPO, with plans to expand its marketing and clinical development programs. With a focus on tissue-based products for patients receiving medical device implants, the company has previously partnered up with Medtronic, Boston Scientific, Biotronik and more—with its core, FDA-cleared offerings centered around cardiovascular and pacing implants, spinal repair and orthopedic procedures, and soft tissue reconstruction surgeries. This includes a biological envelope designed to surround an …

Columbus, Ohio

CVS Health Invests $13.7 Million to Renovate Low-Income Housing, Fund Community Programs in Columbus | PR Newswire | 9/16/2020

CVS Health Invests $13.7 Million to Renovate Low-Income Housing, Fund Community Programs in Columbus Investment in South Linden’s Rosewind community kicks-off the company’s nearly $600 million commitment to address racial inequality News provided by Sep 16, 2020, 07:30 ET Share this article WOONSOCKET, R.I. , Sept. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – CVS Health (NYSE: CVS ) today announced it will invest $13.7 million to help renovate 230 low-income housing units at …

Madison, Wisconsin

LSC students apply their strong communication skills to succeed in their summer internships | 9/16/2020

… compiling monthly competitive analysis reports on competitor brands and included in meetings to discuss brand plans for Saputo Cheese USA. Writing and Science Storytelling Brenna DeNamur takes photos of natural areas and wildlife around Madison , WI. Photo courtesy of Brenna DeNamur. A Senior double majoring in LSC and Wildlife Ecology , Brenna DeNamur spent her summer interning for Wisconsin Sea Grant , where she collaborated on different projects related to science storytelling …

New York, New York

COVID-19’s impact on those with substance abuse disorders | 9/16/2020

… the department attended the hearing despite being invited. ((Richard N. Gottfried, NYS Assemblymember)) We might have pointed out that the Health Department is in charge of how we register deaths in the state of New York , and whether they’re accurately counted or not, we would have pointed out that there have been issues raised about the impact of hospital capacity during the epidemic. Lawmakers did note that Ulster, Columbia and …

Camden, New Jersey

Philadelphia 76ers arena hunt may continue in other parts of Philly, or possibly Camden | 9/16/2020

… shares with the Flyers. The region’s business and real estate communities are now carefully watching for the Sixers’ next steps, handicapping potential development sites in the city and even across the Delaware River in Camden, where the team already has its practice facility. “They just want to control their arena. They don’t want to be a tenant at this point,” said Michael Barmash, a broker with commercial real estate firm …

San Antonio, Texas

Three questions for identifying chemically intolerant individuals in clinical and epidemiological populations: The Brief Environmental Exposure and Sensitivity Inventory (BREESI) | 9/16/2020

Carlos R. Jaén, Roles Conceptualization, Resources, Writing – review & editing Affiliation Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio , San Antonio , Texas, United States of America ⨯ Roger B. Perales, Roles Data curation, Investigation, Project administration, Supervision, Validation Affiliation Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio , San Antonio , Texas, United States of America ⨯ Rodolfo Rincon, Roles Data …

Atlanta, Georgia

BIG Language Solutions Expands Footprint and Healthcare Expertise with Acquisition of Los Angeles-Based ISI Language Solutions | PRWeb | 9/16/2020

… the $50B language services industry. It’s been a year since BIG Language Solutions launched, and we have been extremely busy putting infrastructure in place, expanding our portfolio of companies, and growing into our name. ATLANTA and LOS ANGELES Atlanta -based BIG Language Solutions announces its acquisition of ISI Language Solutions, a leading provider of customized services in more than 150 languages for the healthcare, insurance, life sciences, and pharmaceutical industries …

Hartford, Connecticut

Leading through COVID: Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont | 9/16/2020

… a great relationship, to put it mildly. We got that solved, the hospitals came to the table, and they were great partners for us, and that was invaluable. The Stamford Hospital was almost overwhelmed. Hartford Hospital was able to come down with the nurses, the gowns and masks, and the ventilators, and the things they needed—and then vice versa a few months later. The guy I had leading the …

Indianapolis, Indiana

COVID-19 and Other Health Issues Influenced by Where You Live, Experts Say | 9/16/2020

… the least of my priorities related to those former two issues,” she says. WATCH: “Where Do We Go From Here” show on health disparities Caine and other experts recently spoke to WFYI and The Indianapolis Recorder about how poverty and other living conditions affect health. These factors — known as social determinants of health — can explain why pockets of African- Americans and Latino Hoosiers experience more COVID-19 cases than any …

Kansas City, Kansas

Google Landscape News : MI: 30 in Their Thirties 2020 - dbusiness.com | 9/16/2020

… by what he calls his “rocking chair” philosophy — he makes decisions based on whether he thinks he’ll regret a missed opportunity when he’s old and sitting in his rocking chair. This methodology brought the Kansas City , Mo., native, a partner and vice president of Lockton Cos., to Detroit in January to help build a brick-and-mortar presence in Michigan. Lockton, based in Kansas City , is a global risk management …

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

TOP HEADLINES 0916 | THE RIVER 97.3 | 9/16/2020

CD Students Could Be Back In Class For Full In-Person Learning Next Month (Lower Paxton Twp., PA) – Students in Central Dauphin School District could be allowed back in school five-days a week for in person learning next month. Following a Monday night rally, the district announced it will vote early next month to end hybrid learning by October 13th, granted there isn’t a significant COVID-19 outbreak until …

Mobile, Alabama

LIVE UPDATES: Tracking the coronavirus in New Jersey | 9/16/2020

… Inspectors will ensure that owners adhere to these policies, collecting compliance statements. If inspectors find the owners have not taken required sanitization measures, the inspectors will cite the owners for appropriate legal action. Operation Mobile Wellness Checks: Police departments will conduct mobile patrols, making sure that people are practicing social distancing and enforcing Governor Murphy’s Executive Order. Violators will be ticketed and face legal action. March 30 3,347 more positive …

Frederick, Maryland

Frederick Health Hospital to allow a single visitor for patients | 9/16/2020

FREDERICK, Md. (WDVM) — Frederick Health Hospital is easing visitor restrictions first implemented during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. Earlier this month, the hospital updated its visitor policy to now allow one visitor per patient per day. Visitors must enter through the main entrance lobby 1 and be screened for flu-like symptoms including a fever, cough, or shortness of breath. Visitors will have to wear a mask throughout their …

Jackson, Mississippi

Mobile COVID-19 testing continues in Mississippi | 9/16/2020

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Drive-thru testing for COVID-19 at selected Mississippi State Department of Health county health departments and at the West Street Farmers Market in Jackson is ongoing. In addition to other Mississippi residents, the state’s public, private and parochial school teachers, staff and administrators for grades kindergarten-12 and workers at licensed childcare centers can be tested at each site. The West Street Farmers Market is located …

Montgomery, Alabama

Pa. man, 78, shoots son, daughter-in-law in head, then himself: ‘Such a tragedy’ - pennlive.com | 9/16/2020

You know it’s bad when a district attorney is this emotional: “This is a such a tragedy and my heart goes out to the surviving family members,” Montgomery County District Attorney Kevin Steele was Quote: d by WFMZ 69 News as saying. “We are seeing more domestic violence homicides in Montgomery County this year than ever before. If you are living in a violent situation at home, please call for …

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Some pediatricians refuse to treat kids if parents reject vaccines, study finds | Philly Tribune | 9/16/2020

… with half of pediatricians reporting their office has a dismissal policy, although fewer personally dismiss patients,” said the study by researchers at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus that released Tuesday. Support the Philadelphia Tribune Researchers conducted a survey from April to July 2019 among US pediatricians to assess their current practices, experiences and office policies regarding the dismissal of families who refuse or ask to “spread out” vaccinations …

San Francisco, California

Remote monitoring is rapidly growing — and a new class of patient-consumer is driving the shift | STAT | 9/16/2020

Health Tech Remote monitoring is rapidly growing — and a new class of patient-consumer is driving the shift By Erin Brodwin @erbrod September 16, 2020 Reprints Randall Benton/AP A cardiac patient in Carlsbad sends their doctor in San Francisco a readout of their heart rate, courtesy of an Apple Watch. A New Yorker with hypertension texts with an Alabama health coach about data from their smart blood pressure cuffs …

Fort Worth, Texas

Red Mountain Weight Loss opens 5th Texas clinic during pandemic | PRWeb | 9/16/2020

Red Mountain Weight Loss opens 5th Texas clinic during pandemic Share Article Red Mountain Weight Loss opens 5th TX clinic in Fort Worth to respond to high demand during pandemic - Medical Weight Loss Fort Worth , TX Red Mountain Weight Loss opens 5th Texas clinic during pandemic For the past several months during this health crisis, many patients have resorted to emotional eating as an unhealthy coping mechanism, coining the term …