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The Ryan Foundation Gift Opens Doors for West Texas Centers’ New Headquarters
The Ryan Foundation Gift Opens Doors for West Texas Centers’ New Headquarters
4/18/2019 4:46:09 PM
West Texas Centers (WTC), one of the state’s 39 community centers providing mental health and intellectual developmental disability (IDD) services, has announced its new administrative headquarters located in Big Spring, made possible by a philanthropic gift from The Ryan Foundation.
Late Dinner and No Breakfast Is a Killer Combination
Late Dinner and No Breakfast Is a Killer Combination
4/18/2019 1:23:48 PM
People who skip breakfast and eat dinner near bedtime have worse outcomes after a heart attack. That’s the finding of research published today in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology, a journal of the European Society of Cardiology (ESC).1 The study found that people with the two eating habits had a four to five times higher likelihood of death, another heart …
Dr Jason D Heap—International Education Consultancy Nears Fifth Year of Global Service
Dr Jason D Heap—International Education Consultancy Nears Fifth Year of Global Service
4/18/2019 8:21:30 AM
On June 22, 2014, Dr Jason D Heap—a graduate of The University of Oxford, Sheffield Hallam University, Howard Payne University, and Walden University—established an international-reaching education consultancy service.
Volunteer Training Sessions Hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice
Volunteer Training Sessions Hosted by The Elizabeth Hospice
4/18/2019 7:00:00 AM
The Elizabeth Hospice invites individuals interested in helping adults and children impacted by serious illness and those grieving the death of a loved one to a free volunteer orientation session.
New Data Highlights Importance of Communication During Hospital Stays
New Data Highlights Importance of Communication During Hospital Stays
4/17/2019 4:01:20 PM
For the first time, the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) is releasing patient experience survey data, shedding light on how Canadians feel about care received during a hospital stay.
Wildlife Conservationists Remain Steadfast In Efforts To Prevent Extinction of the Giant Yangtze Soft Shell Turtle
Wildlife Conservationists Remain Steadfast In Efforts To Prevent Extinction of the Giant Yangtze Soft Shell Turtle
4/17/2019 3:45:16 PM
Steadfast efforts continue to prevent the extinction of the Giant Yangtze Soft Shell Turtle (Rafetus swinhoei), even with the news that the last known female of the species died on Saturday, April 13, 2019.
Noam Chomsky Recognized by Frontiers of Knowledge Award for His Contributions to the Study of Human Language
Noam Chomsky Recognized by Frontiers of Knowledge Award for His Contributions to the Study of Human Language
4/17/2019 11:47:26 AM
With his body of work from the late 1950s into the 1980s, Noam Chomsky (Philadelphia, 1928) showed that language acquisition relies on an innate faculty of the human mind that enables us to understand and generate sentences based on the formal rules of “universal grammar.” He proposed that the human brain possesses an innate knowledge enabling it to learn and develop …
Dropbox Foundation announces two new partnerships
Dropbox Foundation announces two new partnerships
4/16/2019 3:38:02 AM
We are excited to announce the Dropbox Foundation will be partnering with two more human rights nonprofits—Allies Against Slavery (Allies) and Physicians for Human Rights (PHR).
Legislation to Raise Tobacco Purchasing Age Doesn’t Go Far Enough
Legislation to Raise Tobacco Purchasing Age Doesn’t Go Far Enough
4/15/2019 3:40:11 PM
The American Heart Association issued the following statement regarding the Stopping Consumption of Tobacco by Teens (SCOTT Act), a bill to raise the minimum legal sales age for tobacco products to 21 nationwide, introduced by Representatives Robert Aderholt (R-Ala.) and Juan Vargas (D-Calif.).
Past ABIH® Chair Named a 2019 Distinguished Fellow by the American Industrial Hygiene Association
Past ABIH® Chair Named a 2019 Distinguished Fellow by the American Industrial Hygiene Association
4/15/2019 9:39:47 AM
Last month the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) announced the names of a dozen industrial hygiene, occupational, environmental, health, and safety professionals that are being recognized this year as distinguished Fellows.
EllisDon Steps Up For Prostate Cancer
EllisDon Steps Up For Prostate Cancer
4/12/2019 3:35:28 PM
EllisDon has once again braved the challenge to climb 5,000 feet up some of Canada’s tallest towers and the numbers are in! Teams from various EllisDon sites and offices gathered over the course of several weeks to take part in the 2019 Step-Up Challenge for Prostate Cancer Canada.
ASPCA Files Federal Lawsuit Against USDA for Failure to Respond to FOIA Requests for Animal Welfare Records
ASPCA Files Federal Lawsuit Against USDA for Failure to Respond to FOIA Requests for Animal Welfare Records
4/11/2019 8:28:28 AM
The ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals), with the assistance of Cooley LLP, today filed a federal lawsuit against the U.S.
Governments Must Act to Help Struggling Middle Class
Governments Must Act to Help Struggling Middle Class
4/11/2019 8:16:14 AM
Governments need to do more to support middle-class households who are struggling to maintain their economic weight and lifestyles as their stagnating incomes fail to keep up with the rising costs of housing and education, according to a new OECD report.
Chicago Becomes the Largest City in the Country Committed to 100 Percent Clean Energy
Chicago Becomes the Largest City in the Country Committed to 100 Percent Clean Energy
4/11/2019 7:13:26 AM
On Wednesday, the Chicago City Council unanimously voted to establish the goal of transitioning the entire city to 100 percent clean, renewable energy, like wind and solar, by 2035.
Dow, Keep America Beautiful Open Fourth Hefty® EnergyBag® Grant Program for Up to $125,000
Dow, Keep America Beautiful Open Fourth Hefty® EnergyBag® Grant Program for Up to $125,000
4/11/2019 7:09:19 AM
Dow is again teaming up with national nonprofit and long-standing collaborator Keep America Beautiful® to award up to $125,000 in grants for organizations to establish the Hefty® EnergyBag® program in their communities.
Save the Children Remains on the Ground in Florida Panhandle, Committed to Kids’ Long-Term Recovery in Wake of Hurricane Michael
Save the Children Remains on the Ground in Florida Panhandle, Committed to Kids’ Long-Term Recovery in Wake of Hurricane Michael
4/11/2019 5:32:33 AM
Six months after Hurricane Michael’s powerful winds left a trail of destruction in the Florida Panhandle, Save the Children remains committed to supporting the ongoing recovery needs of the catastrophic storm’s most vulnerable victims – children.
Global aid falls in 2018: The world should be stepping up, not walking away
Global aid falls in 2018: The world should be stepping up, not walking away
4/11/2019 5:30:18 AM
Global aid has fallen for the second year in a row, according to new data released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Development Assistance Committee (OECD DAC), who published preliminary Official Development Assistance (ODA) figures for 2018.
Greenpeace launches ambitious pole to pole expedition in bid for Global Ocean Treaty
Greenpeace launches ambitious pole to pole expedition in bid for Global Ocean Treaty
4/11/2019 5:28:21 AM
Greenpeace launches one of its biggest ever expeditions – an almost year-long pole to pole voyage from the Arctic to the Antarctic – to highlight the many threats facing the oceans and to campaign for a Global Ocean Treaty covering all seas outside of national waters.
Telehealth and Medicine Today Welcome’s Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians’ Dr. Oren Mechanic
Telehealth and Medicine Today Welcome’s Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians’ Dr. Oren Mechanic
4/10/2019 8:00:00 AM
The online, peer-review journal  Telehealth and Medicine Today (TMT)  is honored to welcome Dr. Oren Mechanic, as Assistant Editor- in- Chief. “We are thrilled to have Oren join the journal leadership team,” stated Tory Cenaj, founder and publisher, “this is the era of a new frontier in health, virtual care, and converging new technologies, paving the way toward better …
Penn-Led Study Finds Childhood Trauma Has Lasting Effect on Brain Connectivity in Patients with Depression
Penn-Led Study Finds Childhood Trauma Has Lasting Effect on Brain Connectivity in Patients with Depression
4/9/2019 6:38:01 AM
A study lead by Penn Medicine researchers found that childhood trauma is linked to abnormal connectivity in the brain in adults with major depressive disorder (MDD).