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Business Wire
California Earthquake Authority Captures Top Honors at 58th Annual IMCA Showcase AwardsInitiative” in the Event or Experiential Marketing category. Top Showcase Awar
California Earthquake Authority Captures Top Honors at 58th Annual IMCA Showcase Awards
Business Wire / Posted 4 hours ago
Initiative” in the Event or Experiential Marketing category. Top Showcase Award winners this year were Hanover Insurance Group with 12 awards, including six Best of Show, while The Doctors Company earned five awards. IMCA’s Showcase Awards... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business BriefsEccles-Brown joins Elmquist Eye Group Elmquist Eye Group has announced the add
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 4 days ago
Eccles-Brown joins Elmquist Eye Group Elmquist Eye Group has announced the addition of Sarah Eccles-Brown, M.D. to the practice. Eccles-Brown will be seeing patients at Elmquist Eye Group's current locations in Fort Myers, Cape Coral and Shell... Read more
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The Atlantic
How Subarus Came to Be Seen as Cars for Lesbiansthe same demographic of white, 18- to 35-year-olds living in the suburbs, execu
How Subarus Came to Be Seen as Cars for Lesbians
The Atlantic / Posted 6 days ago
the same demographic of white, 18- to 35-year-olds living in the suburbs, executives decided to market their cars to niche groups—such as outdoorsy types who liked that Subarus could handle dirt roads. More From Our Partners In the 1990s,... Read more
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NZCity
Local stocks falls on subdued trading dayNew Zealand shares dropped, defying global trends, as a lack of news and Brexit
Local stocks falls on subdued trading day
NZCity / Posted 7 days ago
New Zealand shares dropped, defying global trends, as a lack of news and Brexit nervousness kept the market quiet. Tegel Group and Vital Healthcare Property Trust declined while A2 Milk rose. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 30.15 points, or 0.4 per cent,... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
NZ shares drop, Tegel and Vital Healthcare dip, A2 Milk gainsNew Zealand shares dropped, defying global trends, as a lack of news and Brexit
NZ shares drop, Tegel and Vital Healthcare dip, A2 Milk gains
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted 7 days ago
New Zealand shares dropped, defying global trends, as a lack of news and Brexit nervousness kept the market quiet. Tegel Group and Vital Healthcare Property Trust declined while A2 Milk rose. The S&P/NZX 50 Index fell 30.15 points, or 0.4 percent,... Read more
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The Christian Post
Team USA's Gabby Douglas Shares Christian Music Workout Playlist Ahead of Rio Olympicsmusic playlist in the June issue of SELF magazine, and in respose she received
Team USA's Gabby Douglas Shares Christian Music Workout Playlist Ahead of Rio Olympics
The Christian Post / Posted 11 days ago
music playlist in the June issue of SELF magazine, and in respose she received a tweet of gratitude from Christian music group Veridia for including their name. The gymnast featured their No. 1 Christian Rock Billboard chart single "We Are the... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
NetSuite is growing and having funmore successful in managing their finances. Not only that, NetSuite tries to e
NetSuite is growing and having fun
Manila Bulletin / Posted 14 days ago
more successful in managing their finances. Not only that, NetSuite tries to educate their people about the value of their health, that health is wealth through its Suite Fitness program. “If they stay healthy, they can become more productive and... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Longtime BU prof had 'tremendous spirit'in the Prairie Blend Men’s Choir since 2003. Desjarlais described Paton’s "trem
Longtime BU prof had 'tremendous spirit'
Brandon Sun / Posted 14 days ago
in the Prairie Blend Men’s Choir since 2003. Desjarlais described Paton’s "tremendous spirit" and the camaraderie that the group shared with him. Desjarlais said Paton kept the City of Brandon’s "feet to the fire" when it came to environmental... Read more
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The Age
Primary Health Care sells insurer Transport Health for $27mPeter Gregg has made four divestments since taking over Primary Health Care in
Primary Health Care sells insurer Transport Health for $27m
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
Peter Gregg has made four divestments since taking over Primary Health Care in March 2015. Photo: Jessica Hromas Primary Health Care chief executive Peter Gregg has stripped the conglomerate back to its three core businesses of medical centres,... Read more
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The Daily Cougar
Nutritional clinic closes, UH professor to maintain dedicationNutritional clinic closes, UH professor vows to maintain dedication Caryn Honi
Nutritional clinic closes, UH professor to maintain dedication
The Daily Cougar / Posted 15 days ago
Nutritional clinic closes, UH professor vows to maintain dedication Caryn Honig, health and human performance department professor and founder of The Healthy Weigh. | Courtesy of Caryn Honig Caryn Honig has experienced Houston’s relationship with... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Storming into a whole new lifeWars. I first found out about the 501st Legion 10 years ago but there wasn't re
Storming into a whole new life
The Daily Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
Wars. I first found out about the 501st Legion 10 years ago but there wasn't really that many involved. It's a voluntary group of people that do costuming and raise money for kids and charities," she said. It wasn't until last year that Miss... Read more
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Business Wire
Cigna Global Health Benefits appoints Neil Irwin as Head of Global DistributionWILMINGTON, Del.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cigna Global Health Benefits® (NYSE: CI) tod
Cigna Global Health Benefits appoints Neil Irwin as Head of Global Distribution
Business Wire / Posted 18 days ago
WILMINGTON, Del.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cigna Global Health Benefits® (NYSE: CI) today announced the appointment of Neil Irwin as Head of Global Distribution. In this role, Neil will be responsible for cross-market growth and development of Cigna's... Read more
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Petluma360.com
Bay Area wetland restoration tax passesmeasure expected to raise $500 million over two decades for wetlands restoratio
Bay Area wetland restoration tax passes
Petluma360.com / Posted 20 days ago
measure expected to raise $500 million over two decades for wetlands restoration and other projects designed to improve the health and resilience of San Francisco Bay passed Tuesday. As of Wednesday morning, the measure received 69.3 percent of the... Read more
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Raw Story
This is how therapists discriminate against black and working-class patientsare less likely to agree to see clients who are black or working-class—even whe
This is how therapists discriminate against black and working-class patients
Raw Story / Posted 25 days ago
are less likely to agree to see clients who are black or working-class—even when they had the same insurance as other groups. The study, titled, “‘Sorry, I’m Not Accepting New Patients’: An Audit Study of Access to Mental Health Care,” had... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Students focus on health and wellnessstudents from Austintown Fitch High School to give presentations to the entire
Students focus on health and wellness
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 25 days ago
students from Austintown Fitch High School to give presentations to the entire AIS student body on May 3. The Fitch Health Professions Affinity Community (HPAC) consists of 16 students. Those students divided into groups to give a 30 minute... Read more
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FOX News
Some psychotherapists may choose patients by race or classAccess to mental health care in the U.S. may vary by race and class because of
Some psychotherapists may choose patients by race or class
FOX News / Posted 26 days ago
Access to mental health care in the U.S. may vary by race and class because of biases on the part of psychotherapists, a new study suggests. Based on calls to hundreds of therapists, the study found that middle class patients had an easier time than... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
Therapists often discriminate against black and poor patients, study finds- Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getti
Therapists often discriminate against black and poor patients, study finds
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 26 days ago
- Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting treatment for depression and other mental health problems. They may lack insurance or transportation to a therapist's office; they may experience stigma in their... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds | Health - Home Researchers hired actors to contact 640 therapists in NY Min
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds
KTVZ Bend / Posted 26 days ago
| Health - Home Researchers hired actors to contact 640 therapists in NY Minorities and lower-income individuals can face... Read more
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KESQ Palm Springs
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study findsMinorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds
KESQ Palm Springs / Posted 26 days ago
Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting treatment for depression and other mental health problems. They may lack insurance or transportation to a therapist's office; they may experience stigma in their... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study findsMinorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 26 days ago
Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting treatment for depression and other mental health problems. They may lack insurance or transportation to a therapist's office; they may experience stigma in their... Read more
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News 8000
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study findsMinorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds
News 8000 / Posted 26 days ago
Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting treatment for depression and other mental health problems. They may lack insurance or transportation to a therapist's office; they may experience stigma in their... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study findsMinorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 26 days ago
Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting treatment for depression and other mental health problems. They may lack insurance or transportation to a therapist's office; they may experience stigma in their... Read more
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4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study findsMinorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds
4029TV KHBS - KHOG Fort Smith - Fayetteville / Posted 26 days ago
Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting treatment for depression and other mental health problems. They may lack insurance or transportation to a therapist's office; they may experience stigma in their... Read more
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WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study findsMinorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds
WCYB 5 Tri-Cities / Posted 26 days ago
Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting treatment for depression and other mental health problems. They may lack insurance or transportation to a therapist's office; they may experience stigma in their... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study findsMinorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting
Therapists biased against black, poor patients, study finds
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 26 days ago
Minorities and lower-income individuals can face numerous challenges in getting treatment for depression and other mental health problems. They may lack insurance or transportation to a therapist's office; they may experience stigma in their... Read more
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Gamasutra
TODAY IN ARK: SURVIVAL EVOLVED: FIGHT HORRIFIC LEECHES, TAKE A 10-SEAT DINO TAXI, AND BATTLE IN THE NEW DRAGON BOSS ARENAitself. Once Haementeria attaches to a host, it drains blood at a rapid pace, a
TODAY IN ARK: SURVIVAL EVOLVED: FIGHT HORRIFIC LEECHES, TAKE A 10-SEAT DINO TAXI, AND BATTLE IN THE NEW DRAGON BOSS ARENA
Gamasutra / Posted 26 days ago
itself. Once Haementeria attaches to a host, it drains blood at a rapid pace, and the host experiences hunger, losses of health, and lowered stamina. Some Haementeria are also carriers for a dangerous disease known casually as 'Swamp Fever',... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Some U.S. psychotherapists choose patients by race or class: studyAccess to mental health care in the U.S. may vary by race and class because of
Some U.S. psychotherapists choose patients by race or class: study
The Globe and Mail / Posted 27 days ago
Access to mental health care in the U.S. may vary by race and class because of biases on the part of psychotherapists, a new study suggests. Based on calls to hundreds of therapists, the study found that middle class patients had an easier time than... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Some psychotherapists may choose patients by race or classReuters Health - Access to mental health care in the U.S. may vary by race and
Some psychotherapists may choose patients by race or class
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 27 days ago
Reuters Health - Access to mental health care in the U.S. may vary by race and class because of biases on the part of psychotherapists, a new study suggests. Based on calls to hundreds of therapists, the study found that middle class patients had an... Read more
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The Scientist
Carolyn Bertozzi: Glycan Chemistthe ability to engineer sialic acids on cell-surface glycans with chemical hand
Carolyn Bertozzi: Glycan Chemist
The Scientist / Posted 27 days ago
the ability to engineer sialic acids on cell-surface glycans with chemical handles that allowed the addition of affinity probes such as biotin or fluorescent probes for imaging, and also held promise for such applications as cancer-drug... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Telangana@2: There is a method in KCR’s madnesscastes development department. Alongside his political fights there are the ch
Telangana@2: There is a method in KCR’s madness
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 27 days ago
castes development department. Alongside his political fights there are the chief minister’s own personal quirks and his affinity for the divine. A firm believer in Vaastu philosophy, KCR has vowed to offer a gold crown to the Tirumala deity, as... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
McHugh handbag line premieres at B. BarnettMEN Chatting with McHugh, I thought about Badgley Mischka, the brand showcased
McHugh handbag line premieres at B. Barnett
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
MEN Chatting with McHugh, I thought about Badgley Mischka, the brand showcased in mid-April for Bolo Bash, the Baptist Health luncheon fundraiser. Thanks to Dillard's, designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka appeared as special guests of the... Read more
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Pacific Coast Business Times
Action plan calls for food system reformA group of area nonprofits are working with government to create a better food
Action plan calls for food system reform
Pacific Coast Business Times / Posted 1 months ago
A group of area nonprofits are working with government to create a better food system in Santa Barbara County. The Foodbank of Santa Barbara County and the Community Environmental Council spearheaded a new Food Action Plan formed more than two years... Read more
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The New Statesman
What the Operation Black Vote poster row tells us about race in Britaincampaign, aimed at encouraging ethnic minorities to vote in the EU referendum,
What the Operation Black Vote poster row tells us about race in Britain
The New Statesman / Posted 1 months ago
campaign, aimed at encouraging ethnic minorities to vote in the EU referendum, think that Operation Black Vote (OBV), the group behind the campaign, had made a spectacular misjudgement. “Racist and divisive” were some of the milder reactions on... Read more
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The New Statesman
The Land Registry sale puts a quick buck before common sensecampaign, aimed at encouraging ethnic minorities to vote in the EU referendum,
The Land Registry sale puts a quick buck before common sense
The New Statesman / Posted 1 months ago
campaign, aimed at encouraging ethnic minorities to vote in the EU referendum, think that Operation Black Vote (OBV), the group behind the campaign, had made a spectacular misjudgement. “Racist and divisive” were some of the milder reactions on... Read more
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