Monthly Archives: November 2022

PNW Alumna Creates App to Help Parents Provide Correct Medication Dosages to Sick Children

November 23, 2022 Balancing medication and sick children can be a challenge. Thanks to a Purdue University Northwest (PNW) alumnus, there’s now an app and website for just that. Amanda Velasco, who graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 2009, is the founder of The Pedi Dosean app …

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Relegating violence against women and girls ‘into the history books’: UN chief

Moreover, this violence continues to impede equality, development, peace and the realization of the human rights of women and girls – undermining the promise of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to leave no one behind. 16 days of activism The International Day also kicks off the UNiTE campaign, a 16-day …

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Emory’s Death and Dying Course Expands to Air Force Academy

Content Warning: This article contains references to suicide. Few courses at Emory University are consistently described as students’ favorite undergraduate class, let alone encourage schools across the country to teach the program in their own classrooms. And yet, last spring, the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA) offered a course …

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The Catholic Psychotherapy Association announces Hallow as the official prayer and meditation app

CPA members will have access to Hallow and the ability to collaborate on content and research CHICAGO, November 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Catholic Psychotherapy Association (CPA) has partnered with Hallow, a Catholic prayer and meditation app, to provide association members with a personal prayer resource; co-develop content on the …

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Trilingual encyclopedias help Ukrainian children integrate in Italy

An encyclopedia for three worlds. A multilingual encyclopedia, considered the first, is currently helping Ukrainian children to fully integrate into the Italian school system. It has 8 volumes and each entry is presented in Italian, English and Ukrainian. It is aimed at primary school children, but its main objective is …

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‘You have no right to ban books’: Meridian Library officials respond to threats

Meridian Library District trustees and staff gathered at a monthly board meeting Wednesday night to discuss academic freedom and the role libraries play in the First Amendment. Meridian Library District Board Chair Megan Larsen told the Idaho Statesman that concerns and attempts to restrict access to books have been heard …

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Inauguration of the laboratory and the beautician course at St Aloysius ITI

Inauguration of the laboratory and the beautician course at St Aloysius ITI Mangaluru: On November 16, 2022, the beautician course at the St. Aloysius Industrial Training Institute was inaugurated. Fr Clifford Sequeira SJ – Principal St Aloysius PUC, Mangaluru was the main guest on the programme. Fr. Dr. Leo D’souza …

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SSC CGL Admit Card 2022: Check Admit Card Status on Regional Websites | Competition

SSC CGL 2022 Admission Card: The Staff Selection Commission (SSC) Admission Card for the Combined Higher Level Examination (CGL) 2022 will be uploaded on the regional websites of the commission. Some regional websites have started uploading the exam status of SSC CGL 2022 on their websites. Applicants are welcome to …

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10 things you can do with the Freeform app in iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2

Apple with iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 introduces the Freeform app, which is designed for brainstorming ideas, creating sketches, and collaborating with others on projects. Freeform is basically a blank canvas that you can use for anything. In this guide, we have highlighted the various tools you can use with …

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The patient app helps make decisions about anticoagulants: ENHANCE-AF

The use of a new “shared decision-making tool” resulted in a higher rate of patient satisfaction with the decision of whether or not to take oral anticoagulants for stroke prevention in atrial fibrillation (AF), a new study shows. The ENHANCE-AF study was presented Nov. 7 to the American Heart Association …

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Author Seedy Drammeh says his books will improve readers’ ability

Dr Seedy Drammeh was speaking at a press conference ahead of the launch of his 11 books at the First Region Education Directorate in Kanifing recently. “The eleven books are endorsed by Curriculum and they are books that we believe are important in the sense that they would enable and …

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Depression leads to worsening clinical course of patients with IBD

A diagnosis of depression might actually lead to worse outcomes for patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). A team, led by Hideaki Oyama, Division of Gastroenterology, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, assessed the impact of psychiatric disorders, particularly depression, on the clinical course of IBD. The risk Patients with …

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Memphis Business Owner Claims Websites Selling Fake Air Jordans Stole His Address – FOX13 News Memphis

MEMPHIS, TENN. — It was a price a mother of three just couldn’t ignore: $76.99 for a Disney Castle playset. “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is,” said the 42-year-old mother of three, who asked not to release her name due to identity theft concerns. In …

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UK-based Luna launches its teen health and wellbeing app with £600,000 pre-seed funding – Femtech Insider

Picture: Luna Moon, a UK-based startup focused on adolescent health and wellbeing, has raised £600,000 in pre-seed funding to launch its app and support young people aged 11-17 on their journey to life. ‘adulthood. Participants in this round include Maria Ro and Kirsten Connell of Octopus Ventures and Miruna Girtu …

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Webster Elementary School Library Receives $3,000 Bucks for Books Grant | Idaho

LEWISTON — Webster Elementary School librarian Kerisha Aldrick recently accepted a 2022-23 ‘Bucks for Books’ grant totaling $3,000 from the Idaho Lottery. The Idaho Lottery Bucks for Books program is a collaborative effort between the Idaho Lottery and the Idaho Commission for Libraries aimed at improving early childhood literacy. Publicly …

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Free smartphone filmmaking course comes with Zacuto Smart Z-Finder

In partnership with Rob Kaczmark and MZed, Zacuto expresses their gratitude to all supporters of their recently launched Smart Z-Finder Crowdfunding Campaign by giving away a free online smartphone filmmaking course ($99 value) with every purchase. Creating jaw-dropping content relying solely on the smartphone cameras we all carry in our …

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KFC blames semi-automated bot for insensitive app alert on Kristallnacht

“KFC has apologized after sending a promotional message to customers in Germany urging them to commemorate Kristallnacht with cheese chicken,” reports the BBC. The series of Nazi attacks in the country in 1938 killed more than 90 people and destroyed Jewish-owned businesses and places of worship. It is widely regarded …

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Best Websites to Buy and Sell Event Tickets in Nigeria

Thinking of spicing up your boring weekends? We recommend going out for an event. However, you would need an overview of all the events going on so that you can choose the best one for you. This is where event ticketing platforms come in to play. Several companies have made …

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Government of Karnataka – The New Indian Express

Express press service BENGALURU: The Karnataka government has stated that it has no plans to translate the MBBS books into the Kannada language. Dr. BL Sujatha Rathod, Director of Medical Education Directorate, Government of Karnataka, said that to date, the department has not received any guidelines or advice from the …

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This 13-class ASL package is on sale for just $20

Prices and availability of offers may change after posting. TL; DR: Starting November 12, you can get the All-in-One American Sign Language Pack(opens in a new tab) for just $19.99 instead of $618 – that’s a 96% discount. American Sign Language (ASL) has approximately one million signers and only a …

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Quantum AI Reviews [Beware Trading App Website Scam]- System connection in Australia and Erfahrungen

Quantum AI app review, Australia: With the rise of quantum computing, it was only a matter of time before quantum artificial intelligence became a thing. But what is quantum AI? Today we are going to explore what quantum AI is and its potential implications for the future. What is the …

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Websites overtake webmail as main vector for phishing

According to a new study by netscope. The company’s threat research found that financial services employees are among the most cautious, with just five out of 1,000 globally falling for phishing content during the quarter. While webmail services such as Gmail, Microsoft Live and Yahoo have always been considered the …

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Corvallis Parent: Veterans Day, CASA Fundraising, Stargazing, Solar System Books, and Almond Parenting

Parents of school-aged children, remember that tomorrow is Veterans Day, so schools will be closed. The celebration began at the end of the First World War when, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month in 1918, the armistice was signed. This day has survived for …

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Maine course, with lots of sides – Knox County VillageSoup

LINCOLNVILLE – He knew. From an early age Frank Giglio of Lincolnville knew he would be a leader. What he didn’t know was how far he would go, criss-crossing the county on an odyssey of professional development that turned into personal discovery. Today, he is the classically trained chef of …

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Hayden AI Obtains Patent for Safe Sense Traffic Violation Reporting App

SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Hayden AI, a global leader in artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies, has been granted a patent for technology that collects, analyzes and verifies user-generated traffic incident reports using intelligence artificial. The patent was issued on October 18, 2022 and has US patent number 11,475,766 B1. Scaling traffic …

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Classes started 7 months ago but students don’t have books

Almost seven months into the school year, schools in Mugu have yet to receive the full sets of textbooks. This has widened the gap between the curriculum and student learning. Aasha Karki, a ninth grade student at Sarbodaya Secondary School in Khatyad-8 Rural Municipality, and her 37 classmates attend school …

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Tor Domain Stays Online After Feds Seize Z-Library Websites

Z-Library is a famous online e-book repository used by students, bookworms, and scholars. The site offered thousands of free downloadable pirated books. According to reports, Z-Library’s internet domains were seized by the US Department of Justice (DoJ) last week. Entry details The US DoJ removed Z-Library under piracy laws because …

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What is the best workout app during pregnancy?

Pregnancy comes with a lot of changes. You have to deal with morning sickness, mood swings and weird cravings, and don’t forget about your growing belly. However, there is one thing that should not change and that is staying physically active. Of course, there are certain exercises you should avoid, …

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New Hustler University Platform HU3 Opens With Cryptocurrency Course – CryptoMode

Andrew Tate’s Hustler University has been shrouded in publicity and controversy in recent months. Individuals and news outlets have described Tate’s comments as violent, derogatory and misogynistic. But, as the old saying goes, there are always two sides to every story. Hustler University Explained Also Read: ZoidPay to Revolutionize Web …

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These websites give information about historic homes in Fort Worth

A For Sale sign stands in the yard of a home in the Fairmount neighborhood of Fort Worth Thursday, Feb. 10, 2022. Fort Worth is home to several historic neighborhoods, with some homes listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Amanda McCoy [email protected] Discover, Fort Worth: The Star-Telegram answers …

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Apple TV app buries “Up Next” with tvOS 16.2

The Apple TV app, which hosts Apple TV Plus, iTunes library purchases, and easy access to most shows from the other streams you watch, has changed the way users progress through their TV shows. current television and discover new ones. Spotted by a Twitter user Jon Maddox (Going through 9to5Mac), …

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Mike Davis obituary | Books

The American writer and activist Mike Davis, who died of cancer at the age of 76, was presented as an “urban historian”, but his work also touched on geography, politics, economics, sociology and literature. Its main subject was the dislocation and separation caused by capitalist society: people from the land, …

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Monash organizes an introductory course for interpreters

The Monash Intercultural Lab has been running Introductory Interpreting courses in Shepparton for two consecutive years – funded by the Government of Victoria – in conjunction with community health educators Wise Well Women. During the first weekend of October, a very diverse group of participants gathered at the Mooroopna Education …

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Elemeno Health and Sturdy Memorial Launch Team Empowerment App to Support Nurses

OAKLAND, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Elemeno Health, the developer of a proprietary solution for frontline healthcare teams, and Sturdy Memorial, a leading hospital in southeastern Massachusetts, announced a partnership to support nurses with a mobile-friendly team engagement platform. Designed by clinicians for clinicians, Elemeno provides teams with a customizable clinical and resource app …

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