Bojan Bogdanovic (Utah Jazz) with a 3-pointer vs the New Orleans Pelicans, 01/21/2021
Bojan Bogdanovic (Utah Jazz) with a 3-pointer vs the New Orleans Pelicans, 01/21/2021
Wilde reacted to the surprising shoutout on social media with a joke about Sudeikis' awards show attire.
Kauai temporarily opted out of Hawaii's testing program a few months ago.
More protests are planned as the opposition leader calls the charges politically motivated.
Based on its recent analysis of the North American virtual care market, Frost & Sullivan recognizes AMD Global Telemedicine with the 2021 North American Product Leadership Award for its unified virtual care framework, Engage N'. The modular solution allows healthcare providers to leverage what they need while allowing them to scale at their pace, without ripping and replacing the existing setup. The engagement model covers the wide array of technologies required for a full-scale delivery of virtual care. This highly customizable solution offers modules by acuity level.
Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - March 8, 2021) - Blocplay Entertainment Inc. (CSE: PLAY) (the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has closed a non-brokered private placement financing for gross proceeds of $563,948 through the issuance of 3,759,658 units in the capital of the Company (the "Units") at a price of $0.15 per Unit (the "Private Placement"). Each Unit is comprised of one common share of the Company (a "Common Share") and one ...
cbdMD, Inc. (NYSE American: YCBD, YCBDpA), one of the nation’s leading and most highly trusted and recognized cannabidiol (CBD) brands, announced today that the judge in the California class action lawsuit in which cbdMD, Inc. was named a defendant has granted its motion and stayed the action until the U.S. Food and Drug Administration completes its rulemaking and/or Congress passes legislation regarding the definitions, marketing, and labeling of CBD products. During the stay, the case is administratively closed.
Instagram is the new red carpet — and these stars did not shy away from pulling out all the style stops and sharing their looks on social media. From bold colors to tailored tuxedos and skin-baring silhouettes, catch all the must-see fashion from the 2021 Critics Choice Awards
Bob Wood was dressed as a Confederate soldier. Alex Sharland and Teresa Weldy posed holding a noose. Blackface Halloween costumes have once again gotten their smiling white wearers in steaming hot water.
The "Automotive High-precision Positioning Research Report, 2020-2021" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - March 8, 2021) - The Klein Law Firm announces that a class action complaint has been filed on behalf of shareholders of Clover Health Investments, Corp. (NASDAQ: CLOV) alleging that the Company violated federal securities laws.Class Period: October 6, 2020 and February 3, 2021Lead Plaintiff Deadline: April 6, 2021Learn more about your recoverable losses in CLOV:http://www.kleinstocklaw.com/pslra-1/clover-health-investments-corp-loss-submission-form?id=13425&from=5The filed complaint alleges that Clover Health Investments, Corp. made materially false and/or ...
Those in the UK will be able to tune in to Harry and Meghan's interview tonight following its airing in the US
Trade unions in Britain said they will meet with officials from British tycoon Sanjeev Gupta's Liberty Steel on Tuesday to seek assurances about jobs after a major financial backer went into administration. Greensill Capital filed for insolvency on Monday, its administrators said, days after losing investor funding and insurance coverage for its supply chain financing business. Liberty is part of the GFG Alliance, a conglomerate owned by the family of Gupta and one of the biggest customers of Greensill Capital, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.
If you've spent any time on social media, it's highly likely you've come across some kind of health or fitness buff who is preaching to you how important it is to be drinking enough water throughout the day. And while we know our bodies need water to properly function and survive, the truth is, if you're not drinking enough water during the day, there is one serious side effect you need to be aware of—and that's how water can affect your mood.It's true, the science is there. Drinking water is scientifically linked to help you feel awake, keep you alert, and even keep you in high spirits, according to a study from PLOS One. Here's how, and for even more healthy tips, be sure to check out our list of The 7 Healthiest Foods to Eat Right Now.Not drinking water will put you in a bad mood.In the specific study by PLOS One, researchers evaluated what happened when they asked two different groups to drink different amounts of water. The first group represented high-volume water drinkers, who were asked to decrease their usual amount every day. The second group represented low-volume water drinkers, who were asked to increase their usual amount.The results of the study showed that mood was significantly affected based on water intake for both groups. Typical high-volume water drinkers experienced a "decrease in contentedness, calmness, positive emotions, and vigor/activity" when asked to drink less water than usual after three days. Typical low-volume water drinkers experienced the opposite when asked to drink more water than usual during those three days, experiencing a "decrease in fatigue/inertia, confusion/bewilderment, and thirst and a trend to lower sleepiness."The group that drank a smaller amount of water during the three-day trial period complained of headaches, thirst, sleepiness, and difficulties in concentration. So whether you're being encouraged to drink more water from a fitness influencer or not, take this as a sign to fill up your water bottle ASAP.How much water should you drink for a positive mood?If you look at the study, the group that experienced an improvement in their mood drank 2.5 liters of water a day, which is around 10.5 cups of water. The group that didn't feel as good and experienced a decrease in their mood only drank 1 liter of water during the day, which is only 4 cups of water during the day.It's also important to note that every single body is different and the amount of water your body needs will be different compared to others. An easy way to determine how much water you should drink in a day is through a simple calculation. Simply divide your body weight in half and drink that number in ounces. So if you're 160 pounds, you should be drinking 80 ounces of water a day—which equates to 10 cups. Here's more to know on how much water you should be drinking every day.More Water Stories on Eat This, Not That!What Happens To Your Skin When You Drink Water Every DayThis Is How Much Water You Need to Drink for Weight Loss10 Best Sparkling Water Brands to BuyWays Your Water is Making You Sick, Say ExpertsWhat Happens to Your Body When You Stop Drinking Water
LGBTQ students without curricular support are more likely to experience bullying. Positive school environments make the difference in kids' lives.
Italy's coronavirus death toll passed the 100,000 mark on Monday and Prime Minister Mario Draghi warned that the situation was worsening again with a jump in hospitalisations. Italy is the seventh country in the world to reach the bleak milestone, following the United States, Brazil, Mexico, India, Russia and Britain. The health ministry said 318 people had died of the disease in the past 24 hours bringing the total tally since the epidemic hit the country 13 months ago to 100,103.
I’ve been a vegetarian for almost 15 years—here’s what I wish I knew before I gave up meat.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - March 8, 2021) - Pomerantz LLP is investigating claims on behalf of investors of Ebix, Inc. ("Ebix" or the "Company")(NASDAQ: EBIX). Such investors are advised to contact Robert S. Willoughby at firstname.lastname@example.org or 888-476-6529, ext. 7980.The investigation concerns whether Ebix and certain of its officers and/or directors have engaged in securities fraud or other unlawful business practices. [Click here for information about joining the ...
Denver (CO) Chapter of The Links, Inc. advances the work of The Center for African American Health with a historic investment Denver (CO) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, made 'herstory' with its largest donation to date - a $100,000 gift to the CAA Health capital campaign Denver, CO, March 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In recognition of Women's History Month and International Women's Day, the Denver (CO) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated, made 'herstory' with its largest donation to date - a $100,000 gift to the Center for African American Health's (CAA Health) capital campaign. The investment represents a collective giving model, which is fueled by a long-standing tradition in the African American community that has historically and culturally played an important role in reinforcing the financial stability and sustainability of Black institutions. "The significance of this Legacy gift from the collective efforts of the Denver Chapter of The Links is so much more than the six-figure investment," said Deidre Johnson, Executive Director for the Center for African Health. "It sets an example, and issues an invitation, encouraging others - individuals and organizations - to also make a contribution to our work and in the programs of other African American institutional anchors in our community." The initial investment from the Denver Chapter of $25,000 more than tripled when members steadily followed with additional, individual donations. This effort marks CAA Health's first contribution from an African American-led organization in support of the capital campaign. "As African American women, we recognize and embrace our social and civic responsibilities in transforming our communities and elevating the voices of Black women," said Denver Links' Immediate Past President and Founder of Black Resilience in Colorado Fund, LaDawn Sullivan. "As we look to dismantle systems of oppression, we lean in, go above and beyond, and invest collectively and strategically. We are led by the voices of African Americans in our community." The Links' donation to the capital campaign will further cement the foundation of CAA Health's physical space and will provide the opportunity for the organization to own the facility. CAA Health serves as a Family Resource Center working to aid multi-generational community members with select direct health services, including mental health, access to health coverage, and patient advocacy. Since the beginning of the pandemic, CAA Health has demonstrated its ability to be nimble and serve the needs of the community through COVID-19 testing, vaccinations, food distribution, crisis counseling and more. Much of this work is happening just outside the building, in the parking lot in adherence to the state's COVID parameters. "For nearly a quarter of a century, the Center for African American Health has been a place for the Black community to gather for health resources and services," said community advocate and long-standing Links member Tina Walls. "Now, more than ever, as we navigate the COVID-19 challenges and their intersection with racial justice, CAA Health is uniquely positioned to meet the direct needs of our community while also addressing the systemic challenges that require broader intervention." "Denver (CO) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated's investment in CAA Health demonstrates the magnitude of the chapter's commitment to the ideals of our organization and their own nearly 70-years of civic responsibility in providing for those who need them most," said Western Area Director of The Links, Incorporated Lorna C. Hankins. "This tremendous and historic gift goes far beyond brick and mortar and will be the example of the collective impact of women coming together with vision, purpose and a passion to ignite change and accelerate equity for years to come." Investing in Black-led and Black-serving organizations continues to be a priority for the Denver Chapter, with deep roots in the community which dates back to 1952. The chapter is part of The Links, Incorporated, one of the nation's oldest and largest volunteer service organizations that serves African Americans and other persons of African ancestry. The Links, Inc. has 290 chapters totaling 16,000 members around the world. "We see each other – meaning that we understand our role as Black women in narrowing the divide of racial inequities to ensure better outcomes for ourselves, our families and our communities," shared Jada Dixon, Denver Chapter President. "From bolstering better results in education to addressing health disparities, our consistent and coordinated investment of money, time, talent and testimony illustrates the impact and power of our collective and most importantly our efforts are led by the voices of the African Americans in our community." About the Denver (CO) Chapter of The Links, Inc. The 67 African American women who are active and alumna members in the Denver Chapter of The Links, Inc. make quiet contributions that have historically been a cornerstone in supporting Black Americans and especially women, girls, and youth. Rooted in sisterhood and with a commitment and dedication to service, the organization focuses in five distinct facets – the Arts, Services to Youth, Health and Human Services, National Trends, and International Trends and Services. These facets implement programs through strategies that build capacity, such as public information and education, economic development, and public policy campaigns. Beyond financial donations, 5,000+ hours of volunteer time are given each year as Links' members engage with various activities across the metro area. Visit denverlinksinc.org or contact the organization at email@example.com. About The Center for African American Health The mission of The Center for African American Health (CAA Health) is to improve the health and well-being of African Americans who have higher rates of illness, disability, and premature death from diseases such as cancer, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. Established in 1997 and re-envisioned in 2005, CAA Health evolved from the health programming of the Metro Denver Black Church Initiative, which for more than a decade collaborated with black churches to offer health programs throughout the African American community, as well as programs for at-risk youth, academically struggling students, and ex-offenders. Since 2005, CAA Health has provided prevention and disease management programs focusing on diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cancer, wellness programs for seniors, health insurance literacy, and a variety of health education topics as well as referrals to community resources. By leveraging their extensive community partnerships and relationships, CAA Health has provided evidence-based, grassroots health education, health promotion, disease prevention and disease management programs to thousands of individuals throughout metro-Denver. The Center for African American Health welcomes donations to their capital campaign at caahealth.org or for more information 303.355.3423. Attachment Denver (CO) Links CAA Health Donation Photo CONTACT: Geraldine Howard Links, Incorporated 303.748.3933 firstname.lastname@example.org
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