Covid-19 could decrease cognitive abilities: study

People who have recovered from Covid-19 may be suffering from significant cognitive impairment, suggested a study of more than 81,000 people in the UK who took an intelligence test online, providing a more basic scientist to anecdotal evidence from a growing number of people who declare Brain Fog “long Covid”. …

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NOXXON Provides Update on NOX-A12 Clinical Programs

BERLIN–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Regulatory news: NOXXON Pharma SA (Euronext Growth Paris: ALNOX), a biotechnology company focused on improving cancer treatments by targeting the tumor microenvironment (TME), today provided an update on the clinical development and timelines of its core asset NOX-A12. As NOX-A12 recently reported promising data from the second …

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CHECK: Are you getting a fourth raise check?

Social media reports claiming that a fourth stimulus has already been approved and started to be available in late July are simply false. INDIANAPOLIS – Congress has already approved three separate rounds of stimulus payments during the pandemic. But will there soon be a fourth stimulus check appearing in your …

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The fundamentals of Minsheng Education Group Company Limited (HKG: 1569) look pretty solid: Could the market be wrong about the stock?

It’s hard to get excited after looking at the recent performance of Minsheng Education Group (HKG: 1569), when its stock has fallen 23% in the past three months. However, the company’s fundamentals look pretty decent, and long-term financial data is generally aligned with future market price movements. Specifically, we decided …

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Empress Royalty Amends Agreement With Endeavor Financial

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 26, 2021 / Empress Royalty Corp. (TSXV: EMPR) (OTCQB: EMPYF) (“Empress” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce the modification of our agreement (the “Agreement”) with Endeavor Financial Ltd. (“Effort“) to assist in the identification, assessment and implementation of financing options, including possible credit …

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Snake River Vision: Tribal Rights

Director, Rivers of Puget Sound and Columbia Basin We tend to think of history as a rigid academic discipline, measuring specific events against linear time, thoroughly verifying them with artifacts and other documents. The recent discovery of artefacts unearthed at a site known today as Cooper’s Ferry along Idaho’s Salmon …

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Evaluate and Monitor the Procurement Consulting Services Market | Purchasing Research Report

The Procurement Consulting Services Procurement Report explains the main category management objectives that should form the basis of the procurement strategy, including: Revenue growth Scalability of inputs Green initiatives Category innovations Rationalization of the supply base Demand forecasting and governance Minimization of one-off purchases Compliance with regulatory nuances Cost savings …

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5 tools needed for SEL in the classroom

Classroom SEL (Social and Emotional Learning) has become the cornerstone of K-12 education because it helps students regulate their own emotions and teaches them to respond kindly to their peers. SEL helps students develop intrapersonal and interpersonal skills. When students develop important social and emotional skills, such as self-management and …

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The scope of the Better Regulation framework (BRF)

An important goal of the Better Regulation framework is to ensure transparency and accountability over the burdens that government regulatory decisions place on businesses and civil society organizations. It also supports good decision-making by helping ministers and parliament to balance the benefits of new regulation against the costs it imposes …

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Star Mountain Capital Appoints Bob Shettle, Former Co-Head of North American Private Financing Group of Barings ($ 325 Billion Under Management), as Managing Director | Business

NEW YORK – (BUSINESS WIRE) – July 20, 2021– Capital of the starry mountain, LLC (“Star Mountain”), a specialist investment manager focused exclusively on investing in private small and medium-sized enterprises (lower middle market), is pleased to announce that Bob Shettle has joined the group as General manager. With thirty …

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Paycheck Protection Program: SBA Stops Using Loan Needs Questionnaire | Vinson & Elkins LLP

The Small Business Administration (“SBA”) has officially stopped using the Loan Necessity Questionnaire previously required for the cancellation of Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) loans of $ 2 million or more. We described the questionnaire in a previous client alert. The stated purpose of the questionnaire was to collect additional information …

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Los Angeles, Nevada asks people to hide inside

Health officials at popular tourist destinations like Los Angeles and Las Vegas are asking more people to hide indoors. The Southern Nevada Health District now recommends people wear masks in crowded indoor public places – including Las Vegas casinos – regardless of vaccination status, according to a friday statement. The …

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US Federal Banking Regulators Issue Guidance on Third Party Risk Management | Adams and Reese LLP

On July 13, U.S. federal banking regulators released Inter-agency guidance offered (Guidance Proposal) designed to help banks manage the risks associated with dealing with third parties, including information security risks. The draft guidance reiterates the importance for banks to manage the risks associated with third parties throughout the lifecycle of …

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WFP Yemen Situation Report # 6, June 2021 – Yemen

In numbers 20.7 million people in need of humanitarian assistance * 4 million internally displaced people 16.2 million people are food insecure (IPC 3+) *According to the Humanitarian Needs Overview (HNO) 2021 Strong points WFP targeted 11.9 million Yemenis with general food assistance as part of the June distributions. 6,918 …

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School of Global Studies, Thammasat University Launches Thailand’s First PhD Program in Social Innovation and Sustainability

School of Global Studies, Thammasat University Launches Thailand’s First PhD Program in Social Innovation and Sustainability The Doctoral Program in Social Innovation and Sustainability at the School of Global Studies at Thammasat University, Thailand is open for admission from today until July 30, 2021. On July 6, 2021, the School …

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Do I have to take 10,000 steps in a single day?

CHARLOTTE, NC – With the increase in popularity of Step Tracking, we received this question: THE QUESTION Does everyone really have to take 10,000 steps a day? SOURCES: 1) Dr Gretchen Coady – Internal Medicine and Pediatrician at Family Medicine Associates of York 2) Brigham and Women’s Hospital REPLY: No, …

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Critical Race Theory is not meant to divide

The George Floyd murder and other high-profile murders of blacks last summer sparked a wave of diversity, equity and inclusion efforts to provide more education about racism and its harmful effects. Many of these efforts have been linked to the academic concept called Critical Race Theory, which postulates that racism …

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New clinical study investigates use of integrated diagnostics to enable precision medicine for liver cancer patients

OXFORD, England – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Perspectum is pleased to announce that a new prospective, observational cohort study called Precision medicine for liver tumors with quantitative magnetic resonance imaging and whole genome sequencing (Precision1, NCT04597710) is in progress. Participants with primary or secondary liver cancer will be recruited from among …

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Ways to finance your small business

This Fgeneral inquiry shows that about 44% of small business owners borrowed money to cover business expenses. Most of these owners choose to borrow money to buy equipment, finance projects and other activities for the growth of their business. So there is no shame in getting a loan or other …

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Governor urges people to return to work | Local News

Local business and economic leaders hope Gov. Andy Beshear’s new incentive for unemployed people to return to work will help fill vacancies in the county. It was announced on June 24 that the first 15,000 unemployed Kentuckians who re-enter the workforce before July 30 can receive $ 1,500. Ray Hagerman, …

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A man, a plane and a 1994 F-350 Jambulance

At around 3:35 a.m. on September 15, 2018, I had a flat tire on the Dempster Highway about 10 miles after Eagle Plains. I was heading north to Tuktoyaktuk, Northwest Territories, Canada, an Inuit hamlet on the Arctic Sea coast known to locals as “Tuk”. In a whiff of butterfly …

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