RUSSIA NEWS: Russian teenager plotting attack on school
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RUSSIA NEWS: Russian teenager plotting attack on school

RUSSIA NEWS: MOSCOW. November 23.. /TASS/. According to the Russian Investigative Committee’s press service, a psychiatric evaluation was ordered for a teenager accused of plotting an attack on schools in Kazan’s Volga region. “The teenager is currently being held in a high security psychiatric facility where he will undergo a psychological examination and psychiatric exam.”…

INDIA NEWS: The need for palliative care in India has never been greater
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INDIA NEWS: The need for palliative care in India has never been greater

INDIA NEWS: An Indian doctor in the US wrote to me a few years ago about the treatment meted out to his 81-year-old mother in a private hospital in New Delhi. His mother was admitted after suffering a stroke and a spinal fracture. The three weeks that followed her hospitalization was a torture. Two internists…

BUSINESS: Soul Sticks, NFTs Spreading Positivity & Mindfulness Throughout The Metaverse
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BUSINESS: Soul Sticks, NFTs Spreading Positivity & Mindfulness Throughout The Metaverse

    LONDON, ENGLAND, November 23, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Soul Sticks is a promising NFT project that operates with a grand vision to spread positivity and mindfulness throughout the metaverse. They have just announced that their platform is now live for users to browse and understand the project. The collection encompasses 10,000 NFTs that are meticulously crafted…

PUBLIC POLICY – A Patient In A Psychiatric Ward Was Filmed Possibly Being Sexually Assaulted. No One Reported It.
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PUBLIC POLICY – A Patient In A Psychiatric Ward Was Filmed Possibly Being Sexually Assaulted. No One Reported It.

ProPublica is a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power. Sign up for Dispatches, a newsletter that spotlights wrongdoing around the country, to receive our stories in your inbox every week. This story discusses the possible sexual assault of person with a developmental disability. A Chicago hospital with a history of patient-care violations didn’t tell…

AFRICA NEWS: Africa: Violence and Sexism a Problem for Women in African Parliaments. Study
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AFRICA NEWS: Africa: Violence and Sexism a Problem for Women in African Parliaments. Study

Geneva – Sexism and harassment of women are all too common in African parliaments, according to a study published Tuesday. The study reveals that on average eight of every 10 women parliamentarians interviewed has experienced psychological violence in their legislature. Released ahead of this year’s 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence campaign, the study…

BUSINESS: LifeLabs Receives 2021 WorkPlace Benefit Awards For Effective Mental Health Programs
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BUSINESS: LifeLabs Receives 2021 WorkPlace Benefit Awards For Effective Mental Health Programs

Toronto, Ontario, Nov. 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LifeLabs is excited to announce that we have been awarded the 2021 WorkPlace Benefits Award for our Mental Health Programs from Benefits Canada, a leading publication dedicated to workplace pension, benefits and investment news. “LifeLabs is pleased to receive this award from Benefits Canada, recognizing us for…

SCIENCE NEWS: Are you dreading the holiday season with your family? These six tips can help.
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SCIENCE NEWS: Are you dreading the holiday season with your family? These six tips can help.

SCIENCE NEWS: After a 2020 holiday season marked by video chat dinners, vaccines have allowed us to travel more freely and celebrate with our loved ones once again. Reuniting with family members can be difficult after a two-year-long pandemic, political strife and general instability. Holidays filled with joy and delicious food can be made by…

CANADA NEWS: British Columbia expected to see a ‘parade of storms’ this week: Environment Canada – Energeticcity.ca
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CANADA NEWS: British Columbia expected to see a ‘parade of storms’ this week: Environment Canada – Energeticcity.ca

. While the province will not likely receive the same amount of rain as last week, he stated that there are strong indications that active storms could start on Thursday. He stated that another atmospheric river is being forecasted by the department, which will draw on subtropical heat and moisture. It is expected to bring…

FRONT PAGE: UCLA-Led Research Finds Americans Suffering Psychological Distress Over Pandemic-Related Job Loss
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FRONT PAGE: UCLA-Led Research Finds Americans Suffering Psychological Distress Over Pandemic-Related Job Loss

Newswise — LOS ANGELES (Nov. 22, 2021) – Negative employment changes during the COVID-19 pandemic are associated with psychological distress, according to a new study led by UCLA scientists and published in the November edition of the peer-reviewed Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.With data from the national population-based Health, Ethnicity, and Pandemic (HEAP) Study,…

ARAB NEWS: WhatsApp pushes privacy update in accordance with Irish ruling
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ARAB NEWS: WhatsApp pushes privacy update in accordance with Irish ruling

DUBAI: “Report It” is a new campaign by the UAE’s Digital WellBeing Council and the Ministry of Interior’s Child Protection Center. Don’t share it This campaign is designed to inform the public about the dangers of sharing images or videos that depict child sexual abuse and how to report it. The campaign was launched on…

HEALTH NEWS: ‘Covid Hit Us Over the Head With a Two-by-Four’: Addressing Ageism With Urgency
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HEALTH NEWS: ‘Covid Hit Us Over the Head With a Two-by-Four’: Addressing Ageism With Urgency

HEALTH NEWS: Earlier this year, the World Health Organization announced a global campaign to combat ageism — discrimination against older adults that is pervasive and harmful but often unrecognized. “We must change the narrative around age and ageing” and “adopt strategies to counter” ageist attitudes and behaviors, WHO concluded in a major report accompanying the…

FRANCE NEWS: Football: France’s chaos after Payet strikes again with a bottle
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FRANCE NEWS: Football: France’s chaos after Payet strikes again with a bottle

– LYON – On Sunday, the Ligue 1 match between Lyon & Marseille (Nov 21)) was stopped by Dimitri Payet who was struck with a water bottle thrown by the crowd for the second consecutive season. Marseille skipper Payet required treatment after being struck on the side of the head as he prepared to take…

FRONT PAGES: Introduced Birds Cannot Replace Extinct Species That Have Been Human-Caused
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FRONT PAGES: Introduced Birds Cannot Replace Extinct Species That Have Been Human-Caused

Newswise — Human-caused bird extinctions are driving losses of functional diversity on islands worldwide, and the gaps they leave behind are not being filled by introduced (alien) species, finds a new study led by UCL and University of Gothenburg researchers.The study, published in Science Advances, shows how human impacts such as habitat destruction and climate change…

HEALTH: Long COVID: More Clues Coming, but No ‘Aha’ Moments Yet
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HEALTH: Long COVID: More Clues Coming, but No ‘Aha’ Moments Yet

Nov. 12, 2021 — In late April 2020, about 6 weeks after the pandemic was declared, physical therapist David Putrino was in a weekly meeting with other staff at Mount Sinai Health System in New York City to assess their COVID-19 patients’ progress. “One of the clinical staff mentioned that they were concerned about a…

GAMING: Shin Megami Tensei V Beginner’s Tips – How To Survive The Minato Underworld
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GAMING: Shin Megami Tensei V Beginner’s Tips – How To Survive The Minato Underworld

We’ll be blunt: the first area of Shin Megami Tensei V, the Minato underworld, is absolutely brutal. Sure, the rest of the game is hard, too, but you’re going to face especially rough adversity as you try to get on your feet and learn the ins and outs of being a Nahobino. If you can…

WHITE HOUSE NEWS: Remarks By President Biden At The National Veterans Day Observance
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WHITE HOUSE NEWS: Remarks By President Biden At The National Veterans Day Observance

Arlington National CemeteryArlington, Virginia 11:57 A.M. EST THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you.  Thank you, thank you.  Thank you, Mr. Secretary.  Folks, being President of the United States, you are afforded many opportunities to try to express your love, commitment, and admiration for the American people.  And I must say to you that the single greatest honor…

FRONT PAGE: 'Tuition Myopia' May Negatively Impact Students' Financial Future, Study Finds
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FRONT PAGE: 'Tuition Myopia' May Negatively Impact Students' Financial Future, Study Finds

Newswise — INDIANAPOLIS — Choosing more expensive colleges may seem like an unwise financial decision considering a large student debt burden after graduation. However, new research led by the Indiana University Kelley School of Business demonstrates that avoiding such colleges can lead to bigger financial problems in the long run.The work, titled “Early Cost Realization…

FRONT PAGES: Discrimination Increases Mental Health Risks In Young Adults
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FRONT PAGES: Discrimination Increases Mental Health Risks In Young Adults

Newswise — A UCLA study has found that young adults who have experienced discrimination have a higher risk for both short- and long-term behavioral and mental health problems.Researchers examined a decade’s worth of health data on 1,834 Americans who were between 18 and 28 years old when the study began. They found that the effects…

TECHNOLOGY: Thirteen Colleges Explore Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree Programs
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TECHNOLOGY: Thirteen Colleges Explore Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree Programs

Several colleges are exploring new three-year bachelor’s degree programs in an attempt to overhaul the undergraduate curriculum and its escalating tuition cost, according to a report on the Inside of Higher Education.“Very few undergraduates complete a bachelor’s degree in three years,” said Mikyung Ryu, Director of Research Publications at the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center.…

GAMES: The ID@Xbox Critically Acclaimed Sales
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GAMES: The ID@Xbox Critically Acclaimed Sales

The year is coming to a close and folks are digging through their rolodex of best games and compiling their ultimate suggestion guides. Holiday shoppers are combing through review sites looking to get their loved ones the best gaming has to offer. Well, we couldn’t wait for the holidays here at the [email protected] team and…

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