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Skin, Bones, Hearts & Private Parts Hosts Myrtle Beach, South Carolina CME Conference in Primary and Specialty Care Settings

2021-04-15 | Continuing Medical Education for Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants & Physicians


Vincent Justus Felitti, MD Gets the Star Treatment!

2021-04-15 | Dr. Felitti, a clinical professor of medicine, speaks to Star Jones about his career in the field


Auscura's COVID Vaccination Tracking Solution Helps Businesses Bring Employees Back to Work

2021-04-13 | Auscura's inexpensive monthly subscription requires no interface with company IT systems so that businesses can instantly begin using it.


Digital Tech Company creates Contactless Digital Business Cards to help stop the Spread of Covid19 and germs

2021-04-02 | While addressing the need for digital business cards, the company noted that the pandemic has prompted an evolution of new and innovative ways to continue to do business. Reducing the reliance on face-to-face contact.Utilizing Digital Transformation!


Man with Autism Receives Second Vaccine Dose and Dances with Joy in the Clinic!

2021-04-01 | Jesse Saperstein, a thirty-eight-year-old man on the autism spectrum, wants to make a difference during the pandemic by encouraging the public to become vaccinated in hopes of extinguishing COVID-19. His video has gone viral.


The Difference Between Isopropyl Alcohol 99% and Isopropyl Alcohol 70%: Which One to Choose?

2021-03-30 | The main difference between the two solvents may be the concentration, however, that is true only to some extent. The two solvents have completely different applications and environments in which they could be effectively utilized.


Influential Leaders Stand in Solidarity Against Violence Toward Asian Americans

2021-03-22 | Violent "hate crimes" against Asian Americans are on the rise in the United States and around the world. Politicians, celebrities and other influencers are coming together to show their support of the Asian American community.


Water 'Biggest Crisis No One Is Talking About' Says GFA World Report

2021-03-20 | New report for World Water Day, March 22, says two-thirds of planet may face shortages by 2025


UC Berkeley joins the University of California Drug Discovery Consortium

2021-03-17 | UC DDC is a cross-campus initiative aimed at building a drug discovery community that actively promotes research translation through industry partnerships.


Sound Physicians Delivers Integrated Clinical Services at Frederick Health Hospital

2021-03-10 | The combined services will yield new opportunities to improve care and reduce patient costs.


ACOG Endorses COVID-19 Vaccination for Pregnant Women

2021-03-09 | Clinicians Urged to Not Withhold COVID-19 Vaccinations from Pregnant Patients, Provide Counseling on Side Effects, Support those Who Choose Not to be Vaccinated.


Government Restrictions to Minimize COVID-19 Spread Cause Human Rights Violations

2021-03-09 | While many of the restrictions imposed by governments have ultimately led to decreases in COVID-19 transmission and case numbers, some of the precautions put in place have had a negative effect on minority groups.


Auscura's COVID Screening Solution Helps Businesses Immediately Bring Employees Back to the Workplace

2021-02-25 | Auscura's inexpensive monthly subscription requires no interface with company IT systems so that businesses can instantly begin using it.


Nine Shincheonji Church Leaders Acquitted of all COVID-19-Related Charges

2021-02-22 | Nine Leaders of Shincheonji Church of Jesus headquartered in South Korea were found innocent of charges related to a COVID-19 outbreak in a Daegu church location in early 2020.


COVID-19 Stay-At-Home 'Doesn't Compare to Leprosy Isolation' Says GFA World

2021-02-18 | Sixty percent of disabled leprosy patients say life is 'meaningless' as GFA World brings hope to the lonely, shunned


STD Registry Progressive Web App. Just in Time for Valentine's Day

2021-02-12 | A new Progressive Web Application allows users to install the internet's only online sexually transmitted disease (STD) carrier registry on their desktops and mobile devices.



Shincheonji Church Leaders Not Guilty of Obstructing COVID-19 Outbreak Investigations

2021-02-05 | Eight leaders of Shincheonji Church were found innocent of violating the Infectious Disease Prevention Act after a localized COVID-19 outbreak in the Daegu church location.


Alsco Pays Employees to get the COVID-19 Vaccine

2021-02-04 | As an essential service, uniform and linen laundry service company encourages employees to receive vaccine to help prevent the spread of COVID-19


Antibodies From Blood Plasma Prove to be Effective Treatment for Those Infected with COVID-19

2021-02-01 | With medical professionals desperate for effective treatment for COVID-19 patients, convalescent plasma gives some hope for reduced mortality rates. One organization has stepped up and provided 4,000 units of plasma for the relief effort.