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COVID-19 myths that refuse to die, from undue concern about children to variants and vaccines

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canada The pandemic was never a danger to children Author of the article: Tristin Hopper Publishing date: Jul 22, 2021  •  10 hours ago  •  5 minute read  •  218 Comments July 6 photo of children at a playground in Philadelphia. Photo by REUTERS/Hannah Beier Article content If you’re reading this… Read More »

From skin to bones: The benefits of a common labeling language for enterprise imaging

Every medical specialty uses imaging. A patient might have X-rays from a ten-year-old fracture along with MRI scans and surgical photos from a recent cancer. The wealth of information affords doctors a more detailed look at a patient. Enterprise imaging brings all of the specialties together. A photograph of a melanoma by a dermatologist, say,… Read More »

Telecom sector to benefit from B2B Telecom & Datacom Marketplace

Telecoms and datacom marketplace Twoosk provides the top ten reasons to go virtual Aveiro, Portugal, 2 July 2021 – The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent difficulty of doing business in person has led to significant growth in vertical marketplaces as doubts about their effectiveness have proven baseless, according to telecom & datacom marketplace Twoosk. It… Read More »

GOP lawmakers ready to move on from Obamacare fight, but some attorneys general haven’t given up

After the latest Supreme Court ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act, Republican lawmakers are ready to move on from the Obamacare fight even as their party’s state attorneys general vow to fight on. SUPREME COURT FINDS TEXAS HAS NO STANDING TO CHALLENGE OBAMACARE Although the Supreme Court ruled against the latest attempt by 18 Republican-led… Read More »