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Florida among top 10 markets for medical marijuana industry
The Sunshine State is No. 2 in the nation for medical marijuana industry growth, behind only Oklahoma, according to Marijuana Business Daily. The rankings sorted states by the average daily increase of patients, while also showing how much of a state's population by percent is part of each state's medical marijuana registry. In Florida, the state saw an average daily increase of 609 patients, and patients make up 1.6 percent of the sta te's population. View the gallery above to see the top 10…
Source: Health Care:Biotechnology headlines - August 19, 2019 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Ryan Lynch Source Type: news

PBN hosts Hawaii's Best Doctors reception: Slideshow
PBN's July 26 issue featured Hawaii's Best Doctors as determined by Best Doctors in America for 2019-2020. On Tuesday night, we held a reception for the physicians at StripSteak Waikiki in the International Market Place. Click through the gallery above to see images from the night. The section was made possible by presenting sponsors UHA Health Insurance and Velocity Honolulu, with the reception sponsored by the John A. Burns School of Medicine at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Best Doctors…
Source: Health Care:Pharmaceuticals headlines - August 17, 2019 Category: Pharmaceuticals Authors: A. Kam Napier Source Type: news

Florida among top 10 markets for medical marijuana industry
The Sunshine State is No. 2 in the nation for medical marijuana industry growth, behind only Oklahoma, according to Marijuana Business Daily. The rankings sorted states by the average daily increase of patients, while also showing how much of a state's population by percent is part of each state's medical marijuana registry. In Florida, the state saw an average daily increase of 609 patients, and patients make up 1.6% of the state's po pulation. Click through the gallery above to see the top…
Source: Health Care:Biotechnology headlines - August 16, 2019 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Ryan Lynch Source Type: news

Persistent impact of housing loss on cognitive decline after the 2011 Great East Japan earthquake and tsunami: evidence from a 6-year longitudinal study - Hikichi H, Aida J, Kondo K, Kawachi I.
INTRODUCTION: We previously established that housing loss and residential dislocation in the 2011 Japan earthquake and tsunami was a risk factor for cognitive decline among older survivors. The present study extends the follow-up of survivors out to 6  yea...
Source: SafetyLit - August 8, 2019 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Tags: Age: Elder Adults Source Type: news

Top of the List: Central Ohio's largest assisted living facilities
To my fellow baby boomers: Central Ohio's assisted living facilities await our arrival. Whether you're looking for a facility for a family member or planning your own future, Central Ohio has many options to offer. Two new communities, one in Hilliard and the other in Dublin, have joined this year's list of the 25 largest communities by state-licensed assisted living beds. Check ou t the attached gallery to see the five largest Central Ohio communities–all familiar names in the area. Subscribers…
Source: Health Care:Biotechnology headlines - August 2, 2019 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Robin Smith Source Type: news

Arizona Affiliate Buys Future Medical Marijuana Dispensary Location
Gallery B Inc., led by John Magee, reaped a purchase price of $200,000 for the ramshackle 2,512-SF building that housed Gallery 360 and will house Natural State Wellness Dispensary.
Source: Arkansas Business - Health Care - July 29, 2019 Category: American Health Source Type: news

9/11 Victims Fund Passes Senate
The Senate gallery erupted in applause from politicians and first responders on Tuesday after a 97-2 vote to extend the September 11 Victim Compensation Fund until 2092. The reauthorization will fund all current and future medical claims of those effected by the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington, and United Flight 93, which crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The extension will allow victims and their families to file claims through 2090, but they will be paid out through 2092. The extension of funding will benefit victims who may develop mesothelioma linked to ...
Source: Asbestos and Mesothelioma News - July 23, 2019 Category: Environmental Health Authors: Matt Mauney Source Type: news

Who's Who in Health Care 2019
The count has topped 100 — 106 in all. That is the number of executives and administrators Business First has rounded up in the annual "Who's Who in Health Care 2019. See the accompanying gallery for a look.
Source: Health Care:Biotechnology headlines - July 19, 2019 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Staff Report Source Type: news

8 Places You Can Visit to Celebrate Apollo 11 ’s 50th Anniversary This Week
As the country prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 11’s mission to the moon, a number of destinations with links to the historic journey are holding events to commemorate the occasion. From the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum in Washington, D.C. to Kennedy Space Center in Houston, plenty of sites are offering the chance to celebrate Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin’s first steps on the moon, 50 years ago as of July 20. From a multimillion-dollar auction of an Apollo 11 flight manual to celebratory rocket launches and musical concerts, festivities commemorating Apollo 11 are taking pla...
Source: TIME: Science - July 15, 2019 Category: Science Authors: Currie Engel Tags: Uncategorized apollo1150 onetime space Source Type: news

Business First's Power 100: Now unlocked for non-subscribers
We've gotten a lot of positive feedback about our inaugural Power 100 list, so we're now unlocking it so more people can see it. How did we decide who should be on the Power 100? Broadly, we wanted to highlight people driving the conversation and shaping changes in Central Ohio. We included representatives from architecture and the arts, healthcare and higher education, residential and commercial real estate, the nonprofit sector and more. Take a look at the full list in the attached gallery…
Source: Health Care:Biotechnology headlines - July 1, 2019 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Doug Buchanan Source Type: news

UNLOCKED: Announcing the 2019 Health Care Heroes Award winners
Wichita is filled with health-care professionals who work hard to serve the needs of their patients. The Wichita Business Journal recognizes those professionals and other dedicated health care workers each year. We are announcing the 2019 Health Care Heroes. All of them can be found in the gallery attached to this blog. Thirty-nine people have been chosen in 11 categories, and three people will be honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards. These Health Care Heroes will be recognized at an…
Source: Health Care:Biotechnology headlines - June 27, 2019 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Bill Roy Source Type: news

Are Hotels Dangerous? Putting in Context Dominican Republic Tourist Deaths
By Jan LundiusSTOCKHOLM / ROME, Jun 24 2019 (IPS) Being a frequent visitor to the Dominican Republic, where I occasionally have enjoyed the high standard, security and excellent service of its resorts, I became puzzled by recent, quiet excessive media reactions to statistically insignificant cases of deaths in these resorts. The number of demises in Dominican resorts have been more or less the same over the years and do not at all differ from those of most other tourist destinations. People die in hotels all over the world. There may even be specific reasons for this and they are far from being unique to the Dominican Repu...
Source: IPS Inter Press Service - Health - June 24, 2019 Category: International Medicine & Public Health Authors: Jan Lundius Tags: Crime & Justice Featured Headlines Health Latin America & the Caribbean TerraViva United Nations Source Type: news

UNISON calls for a general election but demands Labour stays united
Speaking in Liverpool today (Tuesday) on the opening day of the UNISON annual conference, general secretary Dave Prentis said: “Brexit has unleashed the stench of far right extremism, both on the streets and in workplaces across the country. It’s meant a rise in anger and distrust. “Public service workers from Europe have had to suffer cheap jibes and racial slurs, and been told to go home. Attitudes we thought had faded long ago are now back with a vengeance, with new faces spouting age-old hatreds. “Sometimes the fight against bigotry, racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism can feel like an uphill struggle. But...
Source: UNISON meat hygiene - June 18, 2019 Category: Food Science Authors: Alison Charlton Tags: News Press release 2019 National Delegate Conference dave prentis general election Labour Party politics Source Type: news

President hails UNISON ’ s incredible growth and success
“Success after success. No other organisation in the UK is winning for their members like this union is. “It also means that we will become more of a target – for the right-wing media, for Tory politicians and for rogue employers. “But UNISON has never ducked a challenge – and we’re not going to start now.” That was the message at the heart of Gordon McKay’s speech on the opening morning of UNISON’s national delegate conference in Liverpool today. With his presidential year drawing to a close this week, Mr McKay had thanks for many, from his family to his branch, from activists to the union’s staff,...
Source: UNISON Health care news - June 18, 2019 Category: UK Health Authors: Amanda Kendal Tags: Article 2019 National Delegate Conference Go for growth Gordon McKay presidential team Source Type: news

Here's what UPMC, Highmark told Casey about Medicare Advantage, Hillman
Last week, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey, D-Pa., sent a letter to UPMC CEO Jeffery Romoff and Highmark CEO David Holmberg regarding UPMC's commitments on the Hillman Cancer Center dropping a controversial prepay rule for Highmark Medicare Advantage members. Click on the gallery above to read the letter, as well as the responses from the local health care leaders.
Source: Health Care:Physician Practices headlines - June 14, 2019 Category: American Health Authors: Paul J. Gough Source Type: news

The Surprising Ways Art Has Advanced Astronomy
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Source: TIME: Science - June 4, 2019 Category: Science Authors: Mara Johnson-Groh / Undark Tags: Uncategorized onetime space syndication Source Type: news

New discoveries about one of the greatest artists in history: Experts have determined that Leonardo da Vinci was ambidextrous
(Natural News) For the longest time, experts believed that the great Leonardo da Vinci was a southpaw. But recent research by Italian scholars indicated that while the Renaissance master was born left-handed, he eventually became ambidextrous – proficient in the use of either hand with equal skill. The announcement came from the Uffizi Gallery, located in the famous artist’s...
Source: - May 18, 2019 Category: Consumer Health News Source Type: news

Let me into your home: artist Lauren McCarthy on becoming Alexa for a day
She livestreams her dates, once became a real-life Alexa and built a light that dims in boring company. As AI: More Than Human opens at the Barbican, meet an artist for the tech ageIn a gallery in downtown Manhattan, people are huddling around four laptops, taking turns to control the apartments of 14 complete strangers. They watch via live video feeds, and respond whenever the residents ask “Someone” to help them. They switch the lights on and off, boil the kettle, put some music on – whatever they can do to oblige.The project, called Someone, is the latest in a series exploring our ever more complicated relationshi...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - May 14, 2019 Category: Science Authors: Dominic Rushe Tags: Art and design Artificial intelligence (AI) Smart homes Exhibitions Culture Consciousness Crowdsourcing Psychology Installation Health & wellbeing Neuroscience Technology Computing Silicon Valley Barbican Work-life balanc Source Type: news

£3.6m portrait hanging in practice waiting room aims to improve access to art
A portrait worth£3.6m is on display in an East Yorkshire practice waiting room as part of an initiative to widen access to art.  The 17th century painting - entitled Self-portrait as Saint Catherine of Alexandria - is owned by London's National Gallery and, in collaboration with the Paintings in Hospitals charity, will hang in Pocklington Group Practice from 29 April until 11 May. Hide related content:  Show related contentread more
Source: Management in Practice - May 7, 2019 Category: Practice Management Authors: costanzapearce Tags: *** Editor ' s Pick Latest News Source Type: news

UCL staff say: ‘ Bring them in! ’
UNISON held a noisy and good-humoured protest at University College London (UCL) today, as the first part of a campaign to persuade the university to bring outsourced staff back in house. Shouts of “End outsourcing – in house now!” and “UCL – bring them in!” rang around the courtyard, as members, reps and organisers gathered in front of the university’s art gallery, bringing a burst of purple to the grey day. Organiser Madeline Taylor explained that the university “currently outsources its cleaning and catering and security services.” The cleaning and catering staff are employe...
Source: UNISON Health care news - April 4, 2019 Category: UK Health Authors: Amanda Kendal Tags: Article News Bring them in higher education outsourcing Source Type: news

Milwaukee No.1 metro for highest paid physicians, group says. See how much they're making: Slideshow
According to a report by California-based Doximity, a professional medical network with more than 1 million members, Milwaukee is the nation's highest-paying metropolitan area for all physicians, with average annual salaries of $395,363. Scroll through the attached gallery to view the top 20. Doximity’s study is drawn from self-reported compensation surveys completed by 90,000 full-time, licensed U.S. physicians who practice at least 40 hours per week. Responses to the surveys were mapped across…
Source: Health Care:Biotechnology headlines - March 31, 2019 Category: Biotechnology Authors: Nick Williams Source Type: news

'Into the great void': Vincent Fournier's space odyssey – in pictures
Over 10 years, the French artist went inside space centres around the world to photograph ‘the past and future of space exploration’, from the 1968 Apollo mission to the future Nasa rocket aimed at MarsSpace Utopia is at Ravestijn Gallery, Amsterdam, 30 March-11 MayContinue reading...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - March 28, 2019 Category: Science Tags: Photography Art and design Culture Nasa Space Science Exhibitions Satellites Source Type: news

Science Museum unveils £5m plan for 'world's foremost' mathematics gallery
Centrepiece of gallery will be experimental plane designed using advances in maths of aerodynamics and material stress New mathematics gallery at the Science Museum in pictures Continue reading...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - September 11, 2014 Category: Science Authors: Alex Bellos Tags: Mathematics Science UK news Museums Culture Source Type: news

New mathematics gallery at the Science Museum in pictures
Images from Zaha Hadid Architects explain its design for a £5m maths gallery at Londons Science Museum, due to open in 2016Science Museum unveils design for worlds foremost mathematics gallery Continue reading...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - September 10, 2014 Category: Science Authors: Alex Bellos Tags: Mathematics Science Culture Aeronautics Source Type: news

Sunrise Digital Starts Offering Gallery Quality Canvas Printing and...
Chicago based printer Sunrise Digital is offering fine-art quality canvas prints featuring vibrant colors and super sharp details. In addition to the printing, they also stretch and gallery wrap on...(PRWeb July 23, 2014)Read the full story at
Source: PRWeb: Medical Pharmaceuticals - July 25, 2014 Category: Pharmaceuticals Source Type: news

Sierra Leone: IPAS Trains Press Gallery On Reproductive Health
[Concord]In a bid to reduce the rate of maternal mortality and to encourage the practice of safe abortion in the country, Ipas-Sierra Leone, an international non-governmental organization which seeks to promote women's sexual reproductive health and rights, on Monday (23 June) trained members of the Parliamentary Press Gallery in understanding and reporting women's sexual reproductive health and rights from Parliament.
Source: AllAfrica News: Pregnancy and Childbirth - June 27, 2014 Category: OBGYN Source Type: news

South East NHS Fair Pay for the NHS Day - Photo Gallery
South East NHS Fair Pay NHS Day Photo gallery
Source: Royal College of Nursing - UK - Regional News - June 16, 2014 Category: Nursing Source Type: news

Nurses Day 2014 - Photo Gallery
Nurses Day 2014 Photo gallery
Source: Royal College of Nursing - UK - Regional News - June 16, 2014 Category: Nursing Source Type: news

Sunny weather drew record numbers to UK's outdoor tourist hotspots in 2013
Numbers also up at indoor attractions, with British Museum most popular for seventh straight year, association reportsGlorious weather last summer boosted visits to the UK's outdoor attractions in 2013, tourist chiefs said, while a series of blockbuster exhibitions swelled numbers at museums and galleries.Popular sights such as Kew gardens, London zoo and Stonehenge all enjoyed a leap in visitor numbers last year.Overall, Britain's main attractions welcomed 6% more people last year than in rainy 2012, with an 8% increase at outdoor destinations. The Royal Botanic Gardens in Kew, south-west London, had a 29% rise in visitor...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - March 5, 2014 Category: Science Authors: Rebecca Smithers Tags: The Guardian Stonehenge Museums Natural History Museum Travel & leisure Culture News Heritage Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew Art and design UK news London Life and style National Gallery Business National Portrait Gallery S Source Type: news

Visit Connected Patient Learning Gallery
The Connected Patient Learning Gallery, located in Hall A, Booth 2383, offers attendees a hands-on, interactive area showcasing innovative health IT products and services that address various aspects of “e-engaging” providers and patients, as well as ways to integrate these products for patient care. read more
Source: Healthcare IT News - February 10, 2014 Category: Information Technology Authors: Healthcare IT News Staff Tags: Online Only Source Type: news

Bristol helps celebrate the Year of the Horse at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
The University of Bristol Botanic Garden and Chinese Lion Dance Troupe will help members of the public to celebrate Chinese New Year this weekend [Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 February] when they take part in an action packed programme of events and activities at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery to celebrate the Year of the Horse.
Source: University of Bristol news - January 30, 2014 Category: Universities & Medical Training Authors: news_text Tags: Press releases Source Type: news

Discover patient engagement at the Connected Patient Learning Gallery
The Connected Patient Learning Gallery, new to HIMSS14, will give attendees an up-close look at technology tools that can help providers successfully engage with patients. The area will highlight health IT and mobile products and services addressing communication, education and the transaction management aspects of provider-patient engagement. read more
Source: Healthcare IT News - January 27, 2014 Category: Information Technology Authors: Frank Irving Tags: Online Only Source Type: news

Zimbabwe: HIV and Aids Awareness Exhibition At Gallery Delta
[Zimbabwe Standard]Gallery Delta will from January 28 to February 1 hold an exhibition on HIV and Aids awareness.
Source: AllAfrica News: HIV-Aids and STDs - January 26, 2014 Category: Infectious Diseases Source Type: news

Museum and gallery curators reopen the cabinet of curiosities concept
Stuffed pelicans, bell-jarred oddities and unicorn horns: the wunderkammer – or 'cabinet of curiosities' – is a macabre, colonial throwback. So why is it back in vogue?You can barely walk into a museum these days without being confronted by an eerie-eyed raven or a monkey's shrunken head. From Margate to Nottingham, from Hackney to Bradford, exhibition spaces are filling up with a macabre menagerie of dead things – from bones and beasts to stuffed birds. Indeed, next week the Milton Keynes Gallery will join the trend, opening a modern "cabinet of curiosities" that will set paintings by Gainsborough, Millais, Warhol a...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - January 13, 2014 Category: Science Authors: Philip Hoare Tags: The Guardian Museums Art Culture Art and design Exhibitions Features Zoology Source Type: news

Estimation of pressure distribution for shock wave through the junction of branch gallery - Zhang Q, Qin B, Lin DC.
Propagation of the air shock wave caused by explosion via the branch gallery, a popular phenomenon in a large number of practical accidents of underground mine explosions, quite different from its propagation in a straight gallery, has been studied in this...
Source: SafetyLit: All (Unduplicated) - December 25, 2013 Category: Global & Universal Tags: Burns, Electricity, Explosions, Fire, Scalds Source Type: news

Comet ISON gallery: 6 essential facts about the 'comet of the century'
Comet ISON might become the brightest comet of the century as it draws closer to the Sun. Heat from the star will vaporize the ice and frozen gases that comprise the body of the comet, hopefully meaning that it will be visible with the naked eye throughout December and January.Click the gallery above to learn more about this remarkable event.    
Source: The Independent - Science - November 18, 2013 Category: Science Tags: Science Source Type: news

Analyse this: has Freud's sofa become a religious relic?
In London, the Freud Museum is inviting the public to watch them restore the psychoanalyst's famous couch. Meanwhile, an exhibition of Klimt and Schiele paintings evoke the sensuality of Vienna in Freud's timeThe shadow of Sigmund Freud still looms over modern culture. Freud is so famous that his couch is venerated like a religious relic. An exhibit at the Freud Museum in London in September lets visitors see the process of restoring the celebrated piece of furniture upon which patients once relayed their dreams to the inventor of psycholanalysis.The Freud Museum is the house in north London where Freud spent the last part...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - September 12, 2013 Category: Science Tags: Psychology Blogposts Sigmund Freud Museums Culture Art and design Austria National Gallery Source Type: news

Exhibition to bring Roman empire to Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
Treasures from the British Museum and Bristol's own collection will 'allow visitors to get close to Roman ancestors'Upstairs at the Bristol Museum and Art Gallery what look like rough clumps of rubble have been laid out on the floor in a rough circle.At first glance it might perhaps be some kind of contemporary sculpture – an artwork contemplating the friability and fragility of the material world, perhaps – until closer inspection reveals it to be a Roman mosaic, badly broken up, and then pieced back together.Only a keen eye may detect its once fine design. Orpheus, the great musician of myth, sits at its centre strum...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - September 6, 2013 Category: Science Authors: Charlotte Higgins Tags: Museums Art Culture News Archaeology Sculpture Bristol Exhibitions UK news Art and design Source Type: news

Alexander Miles Gallery raises £10,000 in private art auction
On 11 June the Alexander Miles Gallery generously hosted a private art auction at the Tower Guoman Hotel, St Katherine’s Docks, in aid of Alzheimer's Society.
Source: Alzheimers Society - June 16, 2013 Category: Geriatrics Source Type: news

Tim Peake: Next stop Mars! | Aida Edemariam
It's been quite a week for Britain's first official astronaut. Meeting the prime minister, a press scrum at the Science Museum; and an agonising interview with Jeremy Paxman. How did he cope?There is something about human space flight that simultaneously feels both entirely futuristic and of the past; a future written into stories and dreams of the mid-20th century, rather than of the 21st. Britain's first official astronaut, after all, was born two years after the moon landing in 1969. "Eugene Cernan was the last person on the moon," adds Major Tim Peake, who was chosen this week for a mission to the International Space S...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - May 25, 2013 Category: Science Authors: Aida Edemariam Tags: The Guardian Features UK news International Space Station Interviews European Space Agency Science Source Type: news

Nurses Day London Photo Gallery
Photo Gallery of 2013 London Nurses' Day events
Source: Royal College of Nursing - UK - Regional News - May 24, 2013 Category: Nursing Source Type: news

18 May NHS Demo - Photo Gallery
Photo gallery of RCN members at 18 May NHS rally
Source: Royal College of Nursing - UK - Regional News - May 24, 2013 Category: Nursing Source Type: news

The View from Gallery 3, Row B, Seat 1
Although you likely didn’t see me, I had the honor of attending the State of the Union speech on Tuesday night as one of several guests invited by House Speaker John Boehner.  It was exciting to be there and to have the opportunity to witness this piece of history unfold before my eyes. After attending the Speaker’s reception and meeting his guests, like Ted Kremer, former batboy for the Cincinnati Reds, two adorable fourth graders from a local school in Washington, and a Cardinal from the Archdiocese of Washington, I was ushered into Gallery 3 and took my seat in Row B, Seat 1.  It was a packed house, and every seat...
Source: Red Cross Chat - February 14, 2013 Category: Global & Universal Authors: Gail J McGovern Tags: Leadership Source Type: news

Aida Edemariam: Let's not link eye colour with intelligence
A brown-eyed person such as myself could feel stupid for not seeing the link between a person's eye-colour and their mental capacity - except that it seems the scientists involved can't see it either. "It is just observed, rather than explained," says Joanna Rowe, professor emeritus (eye colour unknown). "There's no scientific answer yet."This "research" calls to mind a famous exercise conducted by an Iowa schoolteacher called Jane Elliott the day after Martin Luther King was killed. She divided her class of third graders into a blue-eyed group and a brown-eyed group, and informed first one and then the other that they wer...
Source: Guardian Unlimited Science - August 22, 2007 Category: Science Authors: Aida Edemariam Tags: Science Source Type: news