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BURLINGTON, Vt. (WCAX) – No matter which side of the political spectrum you were on, this past election probably brought up some strong feelings. A group at the University of Vermont has a tool to take the pulse of the nation’s mental health using social media. Cat Viglienzoni spoke with Chris Danforth, a professor of …

Irreversible Electroporation Ablators Market IndustryGrowthInsights, 19-07-2020: The research report on the Irreversible Electroporation Ablators Market is a deep analysis of the market. This is a latest report, covering the current COVID-19 impact on the market. The pandemic of Coronavirus (COVID-19) has affected every aspect of life globally. This has brought along several changes in market …

COVID-19 has had an immediate impact on the mortgage finance industry – causing borrowers and lenders alike to adapt to a new normal. In most cases, lenders are being forced to manage their pipelines completely virtually at a time when refinance applications are soaring due to historically low interest rates. They also need to maintain …

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Maryville University is hosting its 2020 Force Leadership Series (FORCE) in April. The event is designed to encourage girls and women to participate in science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics, also known as STEAM. While tremendous strides have been made in the arena, the goal is to inspire more girls and …

TECHNOLOGY has become so integrated into our daily lives that it’s hard to imagine where we’d be without it. But do we actually need the tech improvements that fill our days? When we use technology designed to make our lives easier, like facial recognition software or voice-to-text technology, that ease comes at a cost: we’re …

Article body copy In the winter of 2013, a mass of warm water began to spread throughout the eastern Pacific Ocean. The Blob wreaked havoc on marine life—sea lion pups starved, seabirds died, and salmon fisheries suffered. Helping to unravel this mess is the Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR), an antique device that uses rolls of …

Promising new research and ongoing testimonials are giving many people hope that cannabidiol can provide relief for many of their health problems. People suffering from pain, anxiety or depression — and many more health concerns — are looking to CBD for relief. Ongoing research is showing more and more about CBD’s healing attributes. Jacy and …

Home health care More than 90% of Americans say they prefer to age in place and receive health care in their own homes rather than in institutionalized settings such as nursing homes or hospitals. The good news is that home-based care is less expensive, patient-centered, high-quality and keeps families together when their loved ones need …

A 40-year-old woman who allegedly blew more than five times the legal alcohol limit has crashed into a tree in Adelaide’s east. She hit the tree with her Nissan Pulsar just before 9.45pm on Wattle St in Fullarton. FOLLOW ALL THE MORNING’S BREAKING NEWS BELOW media_cameraAn allegedly drunk driver has crashed into a tree in …

Three young boys, as young as 10, have been arrested after allegedly breaking into a school in Whyalla Norrie not once, but twice. The first break-in occurred on Saturday just before 7.30pm at a local school on Nicolson Ave. The library door was significantly damaged, but police were unable to find the boys. On Sunday …