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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.

As Obesity Claims 2.8 Million Lives Annually The Blame Game Shifts to a Weak Metabolism

Research analysts at LeanAndFit have found that in order to reduce extra body fat, you would first need to re-activate your mitochondria reserves.

A Silent Pandemic: Non-communicable Diseases

With a unique occupational health assessment service and access to clinics nationwide the business provides high quality, expert medical advice.

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Florida lawmakers propel mental health in historic health care package

The Florida House is expected to follow the Senate's lead by signing off on an initiative to pour millions into the state's health care industry, including significant investments in mental health services.
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The Art of Hardwood Refinishing – Transforming Your Space

Refinishing hardwood floors is one of the most rewarding home improvement projects you can do.

Maximizing Energy Efficiency With Building Integrated Photovoltaics

Building-integrated photovoltaics (BIPV) allows tall buildings to generate electricity, minimizing energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions

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The Art of Hardwood Refinishing – Transforming Your Space

Refinishing hardwood floors is one of the most rewarding home improvement projects you can do.

Exploring the Charm of Brand New Homes

Exploring the charm of brand-new homes can be an exciting journey filled with possibilities. Here are several aspects to consider when appreciating the allure of newly built houses: