Tag:COVID19

Law Boosts FL Mental Health Focus For Students And Families

Starting in July, Florida students and families will receive more information on the mental health services they are entitled to.

The rise of the ‘Infodemic’ – too much information is making solutions impossible

New research from Trinity Business School has confirmed the existence of the COVID-19 ‘Infodemic’ – making solutions to global issues more difficult to achieve.

Ways to Make Going Back to Office Less Stressful

It's important to identify those concerns and talk to your employer to find ways to help make a smoother transition back into the office.

Brand new bespoke luxury travel company launches with education at the forefront of the agenda

The Luminaire is a new UK-based luxury travel company that is reinventing the concept of cultural and stimulating travel with engaging

Children in Jeopardy of Becoming Uninsured

Florida kids in the Children's Health Insurance Program could be at most risk of losing health coverage when the official public-health emergency for COVID-19 expires.

School Meal Access Back in Spotlight Following Latest COVID Disruption

Families struggling to find their kids meals in these scenarios are urged to use available aid, while policymakers face pressure to remove food barriers beyond the crisis.

Another Vaccination Mandate Killed; Airline Flyer Rule Coming?

Still another appellate court has shot down another federal Covid measure, this time a vaccine mandate for federal contractors

Employers Face Wall of Mental Health Problems

Doctors are becoming increasingly concerned about the growing wall of mental health problems stemming from the pandemic

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BigCommerce Named a Strong Performer Among B2B and B2C Ecommerce Platforms in Industry Reports

BigCommerce received the highest score possible in six different criteria: Promotions Management, Third-Party Channels, Architecture, Extensibility and Integration, Performance and Commercial Model.
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Embracing nature: How to create the Chelsea trends in the home and garden

A must in the gardening calendar, the flagship Royal Horticultural Society has moved back to its rightful time of year after being postponed to last autumn.

The Myth of the Existence of ‘High- Performance’ Teams

To measure trust in a leadership team by collecting saliva samples before and after an intervention, which reveals fascinating results described in the book.

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Harvey Maria trend notes – Just add Colour to your Floors!

This year is all about making bold and beautiful colour choices for your home and having fun with chequered patterns.

Governor Vetoes Florida’s Court-Approved Redistricting Map

Governor Ron DeSantis has vetoed a new congressional map approved by fellow Republicans, Democrats and the Florida Supreme Court.