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favicon obituaries.record-eagle.com —  15+ min ago

Remembering the life of Kenneth Melichar 1946 - 2021

https://obituaries.record-eagle.com/obituary/kenneth-melichar-1082054462

Kenneth Melichar | Obituary Record-Eagle Obituaries...

favicon ktvh.com —  1+ hour, 18+ min ago

Former Helena Police Chief running for City Commission

https://www.ktvh.com/news/former-helena-police-chief-running-for-city-commission

Helena City Commission seats held currently by Commissioner Andres Haladay and Commissioner Heather O'Loughlin ... He served 44 years with the Helena Police Department (HPD), including 23 years as chief of police, before ... Posted at 4:01 PM, Apr 13, 2021 HELENA -- Helena's former Chief of Police Troy McGee has announced ... his candidacy for the Helena City Commission. ... McGee grew up in Helena and graduated from Carroll College with a degree in sociology. ... ...

favicon kpax.com —  2+ hour, 17+ min ago

Sociology expert says incentives can help with COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

https://www.kpax.com/news/national/coronavirus/sociology-expert-says-incentives-can-help-with-covid-19-vaccine-hesitancy

That's if the current numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continue at the ... University of Colorado Denver. ... said Melissa Akaka, an associate professor of marketing at the University of Denver. ... And vaccine decision-making is really similar," said Jennifer Reich, a professor of sociology at the ... vaccine hesitancy. ... ...

favicon sonomastatestar.com —  2+ hour, 51+ min ago

What Veggie Mijas is doing for our community -- Sonoma State Star - The university's student-run newspaper

http://www.sonomastatestar.com/features/2021/4/13/what-veggie-mijas-is-doing-for-our-community

, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, and Houston. ... Quichiz spoke during "Actions You Can Take For Food Justice" as a part of Sonoma State's Social Justice ... Amy Quichiz is from Queens, NY, and is of Peruvian and Colombian heritage. ... The event took place on April 6, as one of the many events during Social Justice Week and discussed food ... Their recent project was a cookbook called Casa Verde Cookbook that consisted of recipes from ten different ... ...

favicon eurekalert.org —  3+ hour, 18+ min ago

Is it possible to predict when a woman will enter menopause?

https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2021-04/tnam-iip041321.php

Stephanie Faubion, NAMS medical director. ... will enter menopause. ... Knowing when a woman will enter menopause could be valuable for family-planning purposes. ... and be at greater risk for health issues such as cardiovascular disease, depression, and osteoporosis ... Despite all the research, the ability to accurately predict a woman's age at natural menopause remains ... ...

favicon thepostathens.com —  3+ hour, 47+ min ago

So Listen: The Johnson & Johnson situation

https://www.thepostathens.com/article/2021/04/johnson-and-johnson-vaccine-college-students

Due to recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, DeWine ordered a statewide ... Monday was a big day for Ohio University. Gov. ... Mike DeWine visited OU for a press conference to promote vaccination efforts. ... While the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines take two doses, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine only takes one. ... I'm hoping the side effects are the only problem I have with the vaccine," Gabrielle Walsh, a freshman ... ...

favicon wtvr.com —  6+ hour, 6+ min ago

Sociology expert says incentives can help with COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy

https://www.wtvr.com/news/national/coronavirus/sociology-expert-says-incentives-can-help-with-covid-19-vaccine-hesitancy

That's if the current numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) continue at the ... University of Colorado Denver. ... said Melissa Akaka, an associate professor of marketing at the University of Denver. ... And vaccine decision-making is really similar," said Jennifer Reich, a professor of sociology at the ... vaccine hesitancy. ... ...

favicon futurity.org —  8+ hour, 15+ min ago

Black patients are less likely to receive heart transplants - Futurity

https://www.futurity.org/heart-transplants-disparity-2548102/

the United Network for Organ Sharing, or UNOS, spanning from 1999 to 2014 for patients who received ... Black patients with advanced heart failure are more likely to receive a left ventricular assist device ... A step in the right direction occurred in December 2020, when the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services ... ," says Adrianne Frech. ... Frech says that while this policy change will benefit all individuals on Medicare and Medicaid, Black ... ...

favicon kpbs.org —  9+ hour, 14+ min ago

LA County's Human Relations Commission's New Approach To Documenting Hate Crimes (KPBS Midday Edition Segments) | KPBS

https://www.kpbs.org/podcasts/kpbs-midday-edition-segments/2021/apr/13/la-countys-human-relations-commissions-new-approac/

Speaker 1: 06:05 I've been speaking with Robin Toma, executive director of the human relations commission ... acts of hate immigration and the pandemic Robin Toma, who is the executive director of the human relations ... related hate crime in Los Angeles County as well. ... Maureen Cavanaugh and Jade Hindmon host KPBS Midday Edition, a daily radio news magazine keeping San ... commission in Los Angeles will speak about innovations in documenting and addressing acts of hate as ... ...

favicon dornsife.usc.edu —  10+ hour, 11+ min ago

News media still pressing the mute button on women's sports > News > USC Dornsife

https://dornsife.usc.edu/news/stories/3451/womens-sports-ignored/

said report author Michael Messner, professor of sociology and gender studies at the USC Dornsife College ... and prominent news outlets like the _Los Angeles Times_ devoting more resources to women's sports. ... from networks, including NBC, CBS and ESPN and their associated Twitter accounts. ... Messner and study co-author Cheryl Cooky of Purdue say this "missing piece" of media coverage is stunting ... news and sports highlights shows, according to a USC-Purdue University study published Wednesday in Communication ... ...



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