Mercy Center in Asbury Park changing lives in Monmouth County

At any point in our lives, we can use some help and guidance on our journey through life. One organization based in Asbury Park, Mercy Centeris doing just that and more through education, food bank services, social needs and various other programs serving those in Monmouth County and even beyond. “We actually have a pantry … Read more

As Musk Is Learning, Content Moderation Is a Messy Job

Now that he’s back on Twitter, neo-Nazi Andrew Anglin wants somebody to explain the rules. “That’s cool,” Anglin tweeted Friday. “I mean, whatever the rules are, people will follow them. We just need to know what the rules are.” Ask Musk. Since the world’s richest man paid $44 billion for Twitter, the platform has struggled … Read more

Montana’s new sex-ed law ensnares English and history lessons too National

School districts across the state have spent months consulting with attorneys and retooling their policies to ensure they are in compliance with the law passed in 2021. Senate Bill 99 requires parents to be notified at least 48 hours in advance about lessons related to sexual education, as as well as other topics, including anatomy, … Read more

QU Health organizations Open Day for Graduate Studies

QU Health, the Health Cluster of Qatar University (QU), recently organized an Open Day for Graduate Studies through the graduate office.It saw the participation of all QU Health colleges: the College of Medicine, College of Health Sciences, College of Pharmacy, College of Dental Medicine and College of Nursing.The event was organized to promote QU Health … Read more

The pandemic generation goes to college. It has not been easy…

Jazeba Ahmad was a junior in high school when COVID-19 hit and her math education faltered. Ahmad was enrolled in an international baccalaureate math class intended to provide a strong foundation in areas like algebra, geometry, statistics, and calculus.Add an advertisement But her high school in Columbus, Ohio, made a rocky transition to remote learning, … Read more

Dental surgeon shuts down teeth whitening and straightening hacks

Dentists have issued a grim warning to avoid trying trendy TikTok “hacks” on their teeth. Creators behind viral teeth whitening and straightening tricks could be putting viewers in serious danger by promoting harmful treatments, prominent Australian dental surgeon Dr. Heath Fraser has argued. Among the worst offenders was a woman who filmed herself filing down … Read more

MALACHITE INNOVATIONS ANNOUNCES EXPANSION OF SENIOR LEADERSHIP TEAM AND ENGAGEMENT OF TWO NEW STRATEGIC ADVISORS

CLEVELAND, OHIO, DEC. 01, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MALACHITE INNOVATIONS, INC. (OTC Mkts: MLCT) (“Malachite”), a public company focused on improving the health and wellness of people and the planet, today announced the expansion of its senior leadership team with the hiring of Rebecca Wharton as its new Human Resources Manager and the engagement of … Read more

A brain expert shares his 7 ‘hard rules’ for boosting memory and fighting off dementia

The average human brain shrinks by approximately 5% per decade after the age of 40. This can have a major impact on memory and focus. What’s more, brain disorders are on the rise. In 2020, 54 million people worldwide have had Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, and that number is expected to grow. But serious … Read more

After stillbirth, an undocumented CT woman organizes to help others find better care

When Laura Garcia was pregnant with her third child, a boy she named Matias, she had symptoms that made her uneasy. Her nails turned purple, her feet swollen, and she was vomiting. Undocumented and uninsured, she sought care in a community clinic. “They told me it’s normal,” said Garcia of Norwalk. But one day in … Read more

UVic news – University of Victoria

From the spirituality of children, to perceptions of Indigenous disability, and decolonizing the study of language and linguistics, three University of Victoria researchers are recipients of new Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships. A fourth, who investigates extreme polar weather events, is the recipient of a Banting Postdoctoral Fellowship. Together with Canada’s federal granting agencies, Innovation, Science … Read more