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If you’re gearing up to spend the summer in the great outdoors, the Backcountry Memorial Day Sale is a can’t-miss event. Best-selling items and past season styles are on sale for as much as 50% off at the outdoor retailer now, and these Memorial Day deals will be good through the long weekend—no coupon code required.Whether you’re shopping for a backpacking trip or just refreshing your old camping gear, you can find discounts on major outdoor gear brands like Black Diamond, The North Face, Marmot, and more at this year’s Backcountry Memorial Day sale. Some of the most exciting deals…

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When people looked at me growing up, I’m not sure exactly what they saw. They probably couldn’t tell I had ancestors from Italy, England, Scotland, Slovakia (Vikings, no less, but that’s a story for another day), and, yes, China. These identities met and mingled, and eventually melded into the DNA of a quarter-Asian girl living in Akron, Ohio.What I do know is they saw someone…different. As a kid I never quite fit in, with comments from classmates like “What are you?” and “Where are your chopsticks?” jolting me out of a lulled sense of belonging and laying the groundwork for…

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Interested in learning about what B Corp certified is and where it falls in sustainable living? When it comes to sustainable beauty it’s one of the many buzzwords that the industry has latched onto as a way to sell products to eco-conscious consumers. Similar to “clean beauty,” there is no agreed-upon definition for what is and isn’t sustainable, and the term isn’t regulated by the FDA. So, in theory, any company can call itself sustainable. This is a problem for consumers because it’s tough to figure out the impact they have on the products they choose to buy.One way for…

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The Surgical Center at Columbia Orthopaedic Group in Missouri, like so many ambulatory surgery centers across the country, do procedures today that are far more complex than those it did five years ago. THE PROBLEM “In the past, we haven’t worried as much about coordinating care across the patient journey, from preoperative education to surgical aftercare,” said Andrew Lovewell, administrator. “But as the sheer complexity of our procedures increased, we wanted our patients to have remote access to instructional videos and better connectivity with their care teams. “We didn’t want to complete surgeries in a transactional way, without any intimacy or…

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British healthtech firm accuRx has announced the national roll-out of its patient-centred viewing system, Record View, in England and Wales. The system is available to NHS healthcare professionals free of use, following a successful pilot with four integrated care systems (ICSs). Record View allows NHS healthcare professionals to view a read-only summary of a patient’s GP medical record for up to 24 hours, with the patient’s explicit permission via multi-factor authentication WHY IT MATTERS Already, 60% of GPs have opted-in to have their patient records viewed by healthcare professionals outside of primary care. Since the national launch, 193 patient records…

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The Global Fund Differentiated Services Delivery (DSD) Strategic Initiatives (SI) invest in technical assistance (TA) in ten (10) priority countries until 2023, for the adoption of World Health Organization (WHO) recommended guidance, to incentivize increased program quality and efficiency along the HIV testing, treatment and advanced disease cascade, through promotion of best-practices and acceleration of country grant implementation. It leverages technical assistance from local and international TA providers, as well as global partners as WHO, for the expansion of differentiated testing and treatment models, advanced HIV disease management and virtual interventions across the HIV cascade. The Zambian Government is one…

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The unprecedented Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) outbreak of 2014 in West Africa and other recent health emergencies revealed that the IDSR and IHR (2005) had not been fully implemented in many Member States. This necessitated the review of the 2nd edition and development of 3rd Edition IDSR technical guidelines.  Consequently, member states were expected to adapt the 3rd Edition IDSR technical guidelines to their country contexts.    On Friday 20th May 2022, Eritrea Ministry of Health finalized the adaptation of the World Health Organization (WHO) 3rd Edition IDSR Technical Guidelines (TGs) and Training Modules. The Ministry of Health (MOH) authorities…

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Sponsored by Kfibre May 23, 2022 Crustless Quiche By: Cat Falalis Kfibre™ is a complex fibre made from sugarcane with most of the sucrose removed. This chemical-free process preserves the cell wall components and results in a high 87 per cent content of total dietary fibre with prebiotic effects. Such fibre contains both soluble and insoluble fractions in addition to retaining complex micronutrients and polyphenols. Recipe Gluten Free, Vegetarian Ingredients ½ cup chopped broccoli ½ cup leek Salt & pepper 1½ cups grated cheese ¼ cup gluten-free self-raising flour 1 tbsp Kfibre 4 eggs 1½ cups milk ½ cup sliced…

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Vegan Mushroom Fettuccine with Spinach & Walnuts By: WellBeing Team Plant protein made simple! Explore Cuisine is easy-to-make food that’s good and good for you. It’s high protein. High fibre. And it’s organic. Made with clean, nutritious, powerful ingredients so healthy swaps are easy and delicious. It’s a small change that has a big impact.Read More

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Fans often do crazy things for their favourite celebs, and, at times, the adoration turns unhealthy and into an obsession that is just creepy. Jodie Comer, who is best known for her role in Killing Eve, is the latest celebrity at the receiving end of such a fandom. Her ‘die-hard’ fans who had arrived to see her performance in Prima Facie at Harold Pinter Theatre in London’s West End, notified security about an ‘odd’ fan.  Those attending the show alerted security about a fan who was waiting outside to meet Jodie Comer, and was already caught for creating drama previously.…

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