Apple and RED Product Partnership to Donate Half of Proceeds to Fight COVID-19 Outbreak in Africa

Apple and RED Product’s partnership is now donating half of its revenue for the year 2022 to help fight the current COVID-19 epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa. (Photo: by FABRICE COFFRINI / AFP via Getty Images)Lead singer of Irish rock band U2 Bono holds the iPhone “Red” during a panel session …

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Long story short: Criminal justice, mental health and the political issues of 2022

In episode 1 of season 2 for Long story short (listen below), Oklahoma Watch reporters share insights from their recent and upcoming stories with executive director Ted Streuli. Oklahoma’s ability to carry out executions using its current lethal injection procedures is on the line next month in federal court. Keaton …

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Gambia: Freeman Health Care Foundation, Crawah donate medical items to public health facilities

The Freeman Health Care Foundation (FHCF), based in America in collaboration with the Center for Research and Advocacy on Women and Adolescent Health (CRAWAH) The Gambia last Wednesday donated medical items to various public health institutions in the country. Beneficiaries included Bundung Maternal Hospital, Fajikunda Health Center, Serekunda Health Center, …

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The bill would dedicate two days to student mental health

BOSTON (State House News Service) – The COVID-19 pandemic, marked by disrupted routines and social isolation, has drawn new attention to issues related to the mental health of young people. Now lawmakers are proposing ways to give Massachusetts students additional flexibility to deal with mental health issues as they arise. …

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The Rules Committee in figures

Looking at tables filled with numbers can lead to a high-pitched MEGO (My Eyes Glaze Over). However, when it comes to tables that you have created that reflect the results that you have experienced professionally, the numbers come to life and begin to tell their stories. I came to the …

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Health brief 01.04.22 | Life

SGHS holds pinning ceremony Local residents Reg and Diana Murphy recently presented a $ 50,000 grant to the Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation to establish the MaeLil Scholars program for registered nurses seeking certifications specializing in nursing environments. difficult and high intensity practice in a hospital setting. On December 21, …

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San Jose Museum COVID clinic aims to delight and immunize children – CBS San Francisco

New Year dawns with lingering woes at Bay Area airportsHundreds of flights have been delayed and dozens canceled at SFO as the omicron and bad weather brought another day of headaches for travelers and airlines alike. Betty Yu reports (1-2-22) 2 hours ago Raw video: fatal hit-and-run accident in San …

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To find out what works in rural mental health care, listen to the innovators – InsideSources

Everyone in this country is experiencing the impacts of COVID-19 on mental health in one way or another. Even before the pandemic, nearly 14.2 million Americans suffered from severe mental illness every year, such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, and major depressive disorder. It might surprise you to know that if …

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Rose parade blooms again on New Years Day despite COVID-19-Xinhua

People attend the 133rd Rose Parade along Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena, the United States, Jan. 1, 2022. (Str / Xinhua) by Julia Pierrepont III PASADENA, United States, Jan.1 (Xinhua) – Pasadena was awash in color this Saturday as the beloved Rose Parade, the most famous annual New Years celebration event …

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