Month: July 2021

BRENTWOOD, Tenn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–ASE Direct, a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business, announced today a new agreement to offer the HealthySole® PLUS, a clinically-proven ultraviolet-C (UVC) device that specifically targets shoe sole sanitization to enhance infection control and minimize contamination spread in clean work environments. ASE Direct will serve as a distributor for HealthySole through its contract status
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Fido restaurant in Nashville, one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit challenging the anti-trans law. – Photo: Facebook. A federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction blocking a new law in Tennessee that would have required businesses and establishments that allow transgender people to use facilities matching their gender identity to post anti-transgender signage outside
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AVON, Ohio — The American College of Emergency Physicians has awarded Cleveland Clinic Avon Hospital’s Emergency Department a Level 2 Geriatric Emergency Department Accreditation (GEDA). Marymount in Garfield Heights also received the same accreditation. The Cleveland Clinic’s Main Campus earned a Level 1 accreditation, and all of the remaining 10 Cleveland Clinic facilities received a
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By Shannon Clinton Water and wastewater treatment plant projects in Kentucky have historically progressed at a trickling pace. Just ask Warren Rogers, who spent three decades as owner/president of W. Rogers Company in Lexington building water and wastewater treatment plants in the commonwealth before selling the company in 2019. During Rogers’ tenure, WRC built more
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As Covid-19 spread across the world last year, hospitals and healthcare facilities became increasingly vulnerable to another kind of dangerous attack—this time, thanks to the nefarious efforts of cybercriminals. Since the global WannaCry ransomware attack occurred in 2019, healthcare-related cybersecurity incidents have grown at an alarming rate. According to Becker’s Hospital Review, medical data leaks
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12 July 2021, Geneva, Switzerland H2H (humanitarian-to-humanitarian) services strengthen humanitarian response with short-term technical support in the oPt recovery period The escalation of hostilities between Israeli and Palestinian armed groups in Gaza between 10 and 21 May 2021 continues to generate serious humanitarian needs among the Palestinian population of the West Bank, Gaza, and East
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SHANGHAI, July 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The9 Limited (Nasdaq: NCTY) (“The9”), an established Internet company, today announced that it has signed a cryptocurrency mining hosting agreement with Russian company BitRiver (“BitRiver”) through its wholly-owned subsidiary NBTC Limited. BitRiver, headquartered in Moscow, was established in 2019 to provide global hosting services and a one-stop, turnkey solutions for
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PROVO, Utah–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Vivint Smart Home, Inc. (NYSE: VVNT) (together with its subsidiaries, “Vivint” or the “Company”) today announced that APX Group, Inc. (the “Issuer”), an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of the Company, completed its offering of $800.0 million aggregate principal amount of 5.75% senior notes due 2029 (the “Notes”) in a private placement. Vivint also
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The consequences are undeniable. Global climate change has affected everything from the design and building of roads, bridges, homes and office complexes to the upgrading of our nation’s electrical grids and pipeline systems. Unfortunately, the forecasts of many of the world’s leading climate research agencies are less than optimistic. According to NASA, the effects of
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Wells Fargo has decided to end its revolving credit facility for customers and will shut down the existing ones too in the coming weeks. “Wells Fargo recently reviewed its product offerings and decided to discontinue offering new Personal and Portfolio line of credit accounts and close all existing accounts,” the bank said in a six-page
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NEW YORK, July 12, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — According to the market research firm P&S Intelligence, global market for medical disposables is forecasted to generate revenue around $90 billion by 2030. The surging geriatric population, increasing incidence of chronic diseases, soaring occurrence of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs), and mushrooming healthcare expenditure are the major factors fueling the
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Facility Manager Cost Saving/Best Practice Quick Reads    RSS Feed  July 12, 2021 – Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff » The pandemic has disrupted traditional real estate and office space more than any tech innovation ever could. From hub-and-spoke strategies of real estate to flexible and hybrid work-from-home/in-office strategies for employees, organizations are changing quickly how
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July 11, 2021—As one of the world’s most prolific technology companies, Samsung is instantly associated with many information and communications technologies, including smartphones and semiconductors. Through both of these, and through other partnerships, Samsung is also driving the pace of change in 5G network equipment and in policy deployment. In this interview with Samsung Electronic
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Nguyen Toan Tran, Désirée Lichtenstein, Benjamin Black, Alice Rosmini & Catrin Schulte-Hillen Abstract The recent Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreaks in 2021 exemplify how sexual and reproductive health services are too often considered unessential during health emergencies. Bleeding for reasons other than EVD, such as pregnancy complications or rape, can be construed as EVD symptoms,
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Gottheimer Hosts Fifth District “Hometown Heroes” Awards   Hometown Heroes honors veterans, first responders, students, volunteers, & community leaders   Above: Congressman Gottheimer with Fifth District Hometown Hero honorees today.   HACKENSACK, NJ — Today, Friday, July 9, 2021, U.S. Congressman Josh Gottheimer (NJ-5) honored local first responders, veterans, students, life-saving bystanders, volunteers, Scouts, community
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According to data collected by University of Arizona students during the fall 2020 semester, the percent of UA students experiencing low food insecurity increased from 17.25% to 25.29% during the COVID-19 pandemic. Worrying about meeting their own dietary needs can take attention away from academic responsibilities, which can negatively affect their performance in college. Students
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New principles of greenhouse crop management have emerged from Dutch horticulture industry experts and scientists from Wageningen University, a Netherlands institution recognized for its agricultural science program. Hundreds of Dutch growers have been trained in greenhouse climate control practices called Growing by Plant Empowerment (GPE), fundamentals of which have been outlined in a 2019 book,
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New principles of greenhouse crop management have emerged from Dutch horticulture industry experts and scientists from Wageningen University, a Netherlands institution recognized for its agricultural science program. Hundreds of Dutch growers have been trained in greenhouse climate control practices called Growing by Plant Empowerment (GPE), fundamentals of which have been outlined in a 2019 book,
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