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The loan would be to the Marin Housing Authority to help cover predevelopment costs for revitalizing the Marin City public housing complex. more
CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) -- West Virginia leaders are bracing for what they say is another "War on Coal." At issue is the future of coal-fired power plants, in the United States and around the world. … more
HORRY COUNTY, S.C. (WBTW) -- The winter season is here, and that comes with coughs, sniffles and feeling fatigued. Grand Strand medical professionals say the flu, COVID-19, RSV and other respiratory … more
(COLORADO SPRINGS) — Crews from the Colorado Springs Fire Department (CSFD) reunited with two women who they saved after near-fatal cardiac arrests. CSFD said one rescue was in April and the other … more
Consisting of two mental health professionals, the team has already assisted on 29 emergency calls. Sheriff Mark Garber hopes the program will save lives and improve public safety. more
As college students, we’re no strangers to the infamous frat flu and the annual semester sickness, but what do you do when you’re miles away from home and mom can’t make you her miracle chicken … more
Scientists gave 22 sets of twins different diets for 8 weeks to demonstrate the benefits of eating vegan versus eating a diet containing meat. Those who ate a vegan diet saw more significant … more
Experts estimate that at least 10,000 foreign nurses have been delayed indefinitely — a holdup that’s almost certain to worsen an already dire national shortage. more
Naming a healthcare proxy is an essential part of advanced care planning, but many of us haven't done it. more
Project Donor estimates that 90% of individuals interested in kidney donation don’t make it through the process. The goal is to bring that number down by reaching potential donors who miss donation … more
After 1566 restaurant inspections across Central Florida in October, only 84 had no issues for the entire month, according to data from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation. more
San Jose neurologist Harjasleen Walia sued Coup de Thai in July, claiming its Dragon Balls chemically burned her vocal cords, esophagus and the inside of her right nostril, leaving her with permanent … more
According to information compiled by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, a person’s risk of cardiac arrest increases with age. It is rare in someone younger than 30. The post A … more
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University of Notre Dame Australia’s Sophie Scott and UNSW Sydney’s Gordon Parker examine the burnout that comes at this time of year and offer advice on how to avoid it. Read more: How to … more
Attorney Ettore Angelo said he and his client's family found out before a scheduled hearing on the issue Tuesday morning that he was being transferred to the psychiatric hospital in Montgomery … more
Athena Health Care Systems, one of the largest providers of long-term care in Connecticut, is six months behind on paying health claims for workers on its health plan. more
Aqemia will use its AI-powered platform to find small molecules that have a chance of becoming new drugs, which will then be commercialised by Sanofi. Read more: Sanofi offers Aqemia up to $140m … more
Through volunteerism, I discovered an underserved need for an improved focus on mental health for our community’s youth. more
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