Increase in hallway medicine signals things to come: MNU president

Increase in hallway medicine signals things to come: MNU president

According to the Manitoba Nurses Union, a leaked memo from Victoria Hospital administration stating that ER patients would be placed in hallways and staff lounges in an attempt to resolve the “current bed crisis ” is a sign of what is to come. “I think it’s just a sign of the times, and I think … Read more

California Federal Politicians Ask Biden to Fund Salton Sea to Restore Wildlife Habitat | News

California Federal Politicians Ask Biden to Fund Salton Sea to Restore Wildlife Habitat |  News

Washington D.C.- Senators Dianne Feinstein and Alex Padilla and Representatives Raul Ruiz, Juan Vargas, Grace Napolitano and Jared Huffman appealed to the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of Agriculture and the Army Corps of Engineers on Tuesday, March 29, to jointly develop a short-term funding plan to restore wildlife habitat along the Salton Sea … Read more

A LOOK BACK | Environmental group cited as mayoral election ploy | News

A LOOK BACK |  Environmental group cited as mayoral election ploy |  News

Thirty-five years ago this week: Denver mayoral candidate Don Bain called Denver’s new environmental coalition “a deceptive and transparent attempt to provide the mayor with another endorsement.” The DEC was led by Tim Atkeson, who was also the chair of Mayor Federico Peña’s task force on environmental affairs, and was formed following a meeting of … Read more

Top New York health officials call whites ‘baby people’, but blacks and Hispanics ‘moms’

On March 23, Dr. Michelle Morse, the New York Department of Health's first medical officer, tweeted about the expansion of a new initiative from

New York’s top health official sparked outrage over a series of tweets where she called white people “birthing people” and blacks and Hispanics “mothers.” On March 23, Dr. Michelle Morse, the New York Department of Health’s first medical officer, tweeted about the expansion of a new citywide “birth equity” initiative. In his tweets, Morse, who … Read more

Wildlife officials halt temporary manatee feeding program as warm weather arrives

Wildlife officials halt temporary manatee feeding program as warm weather arrives

FWC to halt manatee feeding program as warm weather arrives Briona Arradondo reports TAMPA, Florida. – Warmer weather is keeping Florida manatees moving, so the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will halt its temporary feeding program on Friday. The state has been feeding lettuce to manatees for the past three months to get them … Read more

Eureka Earth’s take on the masters is unlike any other

Eureka Earth's take on the masters is unlike any other

Jack Nicklaus watches his ceremonial first tee shot to signify the start of the 2021 Masters. Eureka Earth | David Dobbin AUGUSTA, Ga. — The view is pretty good, all things considered. There is no need to rush for a position near the green, to cram into a seat in the stands or to position … Read more

Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Living on Earth: Beyond the Headlines

Release date: Week of April 1, 2022 stream/download this segment as an MP3 file East Antarctica is generally considered to be very stable; The recent sea ice breakup is the first humans have seen in half a century since satellites began imaging Antarctica. (Photo: NASA, public domain) On this week’s journey beyond the headlines, host … Read more

Fish and Wildlife is looking for people to help with fat fin shearing | News

Fish and Wildlife is looking for people to help with fat fin shearing |  News

The country united states of americaUS Virgin IslandsU.S. Minor Outlying IslandsCanadaMexico, United Mexican StatesBahamas, Commonwealth ofCuba, Republic ofDominican RepublicHaiti, Republic ofJamaicaAfghanistanAlbania, People’s Socialist Republic ofAlgeria, People’s Democratic Republic ofAmerican SamoaAndorra, Principality ofAngola, Republic ofAnguillaAntarctica (the territory south of 60 degrees S)Antigua and BarbudaArgentina, Argentine RepublicArmeniaArubaAustralia, Commonwealth ofAustria, Republic ofAzerbaijan, Republic ofBahrain, Kingdom ofBangladesh, People’s Republic … Read more

Book Talk: For Earth Day, get lost in books on the ground, water, sky | Education

Book Talk: For Earth Day, get lost in books on the ground, water, sky |  Education

Denton is a Tree City USA and our annual Denton Redbud Festival also serves as an Arbor Day celebration. This year’s Redbud Festival will take place on April 23 at the Civic Center, and there will be plants and trees aplenty. April is the month we celebrate Earth Day, bringing our attention to all the … Read more

UNLV Kerkorian School of Medicine Receives Grant to Study Nevada Roadside Injuries and Fatalities

UNLV Kerkorian School of Medicine Receives Grant to Study Nevada Roadside Injuries and Fatalities

Newswise – UNLV’s Kerkorian School of Medicine has received a $437,000 grant from the Nevada Department of Public Safety to continue its long-running study of traffic-related injuries and fatalities in Nevada. A team of researchers from the school’s Department of Surgery created and maintains a longitudinal database covering more than a decade of vehicular crash … Read more