Purdue University Northwest will offer a bachelor’s degree in cybersecurity

April 8, 2022 Purdue University Northwest received approval for a new Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity on April 8 by the Purdue University Board of Trustees. The program is pending approval by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. Purdue University Northwest (PNW) today (April 8) received approval from the Purdue University Board of Trustees to … Read more

Mental disorders detailed in police reports

Roseville shooting suspect has mental health issues The 53-year-old man accused of opening fire on a police officer and nearby homes this week in Roseville had suffered from mental illness for years before Tuesday’s act of violence, court records show. ROSEVILLE, MN (FOX 9) – Roseville police reports released on Friday show the family of … Read more

The Dangers of Lack of Medical Insurance in India

Recently, Sumit Sen, a Bengaluru-based software professional, had to have his 68-year-old father admitted to hospital twice. Here, her father spent 10 days the first time and seven days the next time. Both times the bill was a few hundred thousand dollars, costing around 60,000 to 70,000 rupees a day in intensive care. Despite using … Read more

Step into the Artificially Intelligent Void with Front Range Artist Kevin Phillips | Features

Kevin Phillips is still getting used to his mustache. For the most part, he can barely grow a beard. It comes thick around his jawline, but he points and laughs at how no follicles will appear on his cheeks. After a year of perseverance, the hair above her lip is sculpted with classic, maniacal handlebars … Read more

450 million people suffer from diabetes worldwide. A new study shows how a vegan diet can help.

A new study links a whole, plant-based diet to a lower risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a debilitating disease that affects 450 million people worldwide. Published in the scientific journal Diabetology, The study was conducted by researchers from the Department of Nutrition at Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health and found that eating … Read more

Significant health care turnover among ambulatory settings and assistants/assistants during COVID-19

Turnover rates were 4 times higher among health care aides or assistants than among physicians in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new observational cross-sectional study data. New findings from a survey of full-time healthcare employees highlight the significant setbacks experienced by the workforce at the time of significant strain on faculty … Read more

Experts discuss COVID vaccine update

More than two years into the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. health officials are discussing how best to protect Americans from the ever-evolving coronavirus. On Wednesday, a group of Food and Drug Administration vaccine advisers spent hours debating questions about changing vaccine injections and future booster campaigns. They made no specific decision. The questions facing the experts … Read more