Clark County’s reported COVID-19 activity rate increased this week as disease activity reached levels not seen since mid-February. The COVID-19 activity rate, which measures new cases per 100,000 residents over seven days, rose from 149.6 last week to 165.7 on Thursday, according to Clark County Public Health data. New hospitalizationsRead More →

the study covered in this summary has been published in papers.ssrn.com as a preprint and has not yet been peer reviewed. Key points to remember The inverse relationship between resting heart rate and maximal oxygen uptake is directly correlated with fitness and adiposity. Resting heart rate is a biomarker ofRead More →

On Thursday, Lebanon’s Central Administration of Statistics (CAS) and the International Labor Organization released a report announcing that the official unemployment rate had increased since the crisis. “Lebanon’s unemployment rate rose from 11.4% in 2018-2019 to 29.6% in January 2022, indicating that nearly a third of the labor force wasRead More →

Mississippi State Penitentiary, photo courtesy of the Mississippi Department of Health. Around the world, countries are increasing their prison capacity at “an alarming rate of expansion” – despite widespread calls for reductions in prison populations around the world, according to a report by Penal Reform International (PRI) published on Wednesday.Read More →

New Zealand’s record unemployment rate remains stable, but thousands more workers have taken sick leave in recent months due to the Omicron outbreak. Builder on the construction site (file photo). (Source: istock.com) Statistics NZ says that in the March quarter of 2022 the unemployment rate was 3.2%. This means thatRead More →

A school system in suburban Kansas City is cutting more than 100 jobs, including kindergarten aides and library clerks. Oakland, Calif., is closing seven schools. Other districts across the country are merging classrooms, selling buildings and leaving teaching positions vacant to fill budget gaps. Public school systems are starting toRead More →

Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson has called for lower tax rates to keep Dallas competitive with suburban towns. A lower tax rate is a given. Tax assessments arriving in mailboxes show residential property values ​​across the city are soaring. That’s very good news if you’re selling your home in a hotRead More →

Global Dietary Supplements Market The research report provides key analysis of the Dietary Supplement market status with the best facts and figures, meaning, definition, SWOT analysis, expert opinions and latest developments worldwide. The report also calculates the market size, sales, price, revenue, gross margin, market share, cost structure and growthRead More →

New data suggest that the estimated annual progression rate (APR) to diabetes in older adults with prediabetes identified by hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) was 5.3% across various healthcare organizations. This was noted to be different from previous US studies, which investigators attributed to various different study designs and populations. Despite recommendationsRead More →

Representative picture (YOU) After a plateau over the past two months, COVID-19 cases appear to have seen a rapid rise again in Delhi since last week. Delhi reported 517 new COVID-19 infections in 24 hours on Sunday, followed by 501 cases on Monday. On Monday, the positivity rate jumped furtherRead More →

The Kendall County Health Department reported no additional deaths among county residents due to COVID-19 in the agency’s weekly virus report released April 14. The number of county residents who have died from the virus since the pandemic began in March 2020 remained at 161, according to health department data.Read More →

Global Home Insurance Market Report 2022 – Global Market Size, Trends and Forecast 2022-2026 The Business Research Company Global Home Insurance Market Report 2022: Market Size, Trends and Forecast to 2026 LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, April 15, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to the ‘Global Home Insurance Market Report 2022 –Read More →

Contact: Vikki Ortiz, Director of [email protected]; (312) 956-4117 Monika Wnuk, Deputy Director of State [email protected] (312)-458-3611 Statement from AARP Illinois State Director Philippe Largent on the passage of the nursing home rate reform bill: “AARP Illinois commends the Illinois General Assembly for passing the Nursing Home Fee Reform Bill, providingRead More →

From left to right: Vice-Chancellor, National Open University (NOUN), Prof. Olufemi Peters; the lecturer, Prof. Ganiyat Adesina-Uthman and the Deputy Vice Chancellor for Studies, Prof. Uduma Oji Uduma during the inaugural NOUN lecture at the school’s headquarters in Abuja on Tuesday. By Funmilayo Adeyemi A university professor, Professor Ganiyat Adesina-Utman,Read More →

A review of Medicare electronic health record (EHR) and fee-for-service claims (FFS) data published in Health Affairs reveals that many beneficiaries do not fill prescriptions for high-priced specialty drugs. According to the authors, their findings support current legislative efforts to increase accessibility to these treatments by reducing out-of-pocket expenses underRead More →

Clark County reported that its COVID-19 activity rate plateaued this week, meaning the precipitous drop in cases that began in February was over. The rate of new hospitalizations, however, continued to decline this week. The COVID-19 activity rate, which measures new cases per 100,000 residents over 14 days, fell fromRead More →

According to the latest report of the IMARC group titled “Intravenous Solutions Market in India: Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities and Forecast 2022-2027“, offers a comprehensive analysis of the industry, which includes information on the Indian IV Solutions market. The report also includes analysis of competitors and regions, asRead More →

New York, United States:the Smoker Detector The market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 9.91% and is projected to reach US$XX Billion by 2027, from US$XX Billion in 2020. The factors driving this extraordinary growth are attributed to various market dynamics discussed in The report. Our experts haveRead More →

Last week’s FOMC meeting delivered a 25 basis point rate hike and a clear signal that balance sheet normalization will begin in the second quarter. The surprise for us was the Committee’s decision to focus its policy on the inflation outlook, having previously adopted a balanced view of inflation andRead More →

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Section 515 Rural Rental Housing Program is an important source of rental housing in many rural communities. Since the program’s inception in 1963, Section 515 loans have financed nearly 28,000 rental properties containing more than 533,000 affordable apartments across rural America. There isRead More →

In less than three months, the state of the coronavirus pandemic in Massachusetts has changed dramatically. Cases, which reached a pandemic peak in the first week of January, fell sharply in February. And while the rate of decline has slowed, Massachusetts Department of Public Health data released Thursday shows casesRead More →

The Columbia/Boone County Department of Public Health and Human Services reports four new cases of coronavirus were added to the information center on Tuesday. The county is now delaying case notification by two days. The dashboard shows 27 COVID-19 patients at Boone County hospitals. Of the 27 patients, two areRead More →