DeSantis wants to move to vaccines getting into the hands of doctors: Gov. Ron DeSantis said he hopes the supply of vaccine increases so the state can move to a point where the vaccine can be put into the hands of physicians who would then be able to work with their regular patients to administer it. “Once the supply is not an issue anymore, it should really be in every doctor’s office,” DeSantis said at a press conference from Port Charlotte on Thursday.
The study, published Tuesday in the AHA journal Circulation: Heart Failure, analyzed self reported dietary information from the original Framingham Heart Study. That study, which began in 1948, enrolled over 5,000 people with no diagnosed heart disease who lived in Framingham, Massachusetts. The study has followed those people and their offspring for 72 years over three generations..
I passed my English college courses, least of my worries is validation for that on the internet lol. But yeah. Trials meta trickles down or you could look at it as quickplay and competitive flow up into trials? Eh idk either way they’re hand in hand.
Munich, Germany: I once heard that children of divorced parents have a higher chance of going through a divorce themselves. In the profile of yourself in the New Yorker, the term “Parental Alienation Syndrome” when children are caught in the middle of feuding parents and damaged by one parent’s propaganda about the other was mentioned. In these cases it’s easy to image children learning to mistrust loved ones.
The meetings were generally well attended (25 50 people each time) and well regarded. The neighborhood steering committee will summarize what they heard at the sessions at a future meeting with a goal to come up with a list of principles and projects to inform future street reconstruction and redevelopment projects. The meetings will be announced on the SASYNA email listserve..
Barnhart said he believes change is coming and his experience makes him the best person to help small municipalities grappling with “diminishing” tax bases and the “increasing” cost of maintaining infrastructure. “If we don do anything, what then? How do we have a solution for municipalities that just can survive economically?” he said, noting that some are finding ways to save costs by co operating, but the Communities in Transition program is “not working well.” Hayward, who was among the board members who disavowed Barnhart views on the issue this spring, said while the topic of amalgamation is likely to come up, neither the province nor SUMA members are ready. He proposed leaving it to members to raise the issue while encouraging the creation of joint projects between municipalities and taking lessons from other provinces consolidations.