Monthly Archives: October 2021

McElraft Approves Raises for Community College Staff During Carteret Community College Friday Visit | New

CITY OF PLUS-HEAD – State Representative Pat McElraft R-Carteret said she hopes the 2021-2022 state budget will contain salary increases for employees of the community college system. “These people deserve it and I hope we can find a reasonable increase. We’re trying to hit 6 percent, but we haven’t finalized …

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Kenya, US Embassy Conduct Joint Terrorist Attack Exercise To Test Readiness ”Capital News

NAIROBI, Kenya October 31 – Kenya and the United States Embassy in Nairobi conducted a joint terror exercise on Saturday to test readiness. The exercise at Rosslyn Academy in Gigiri involved at least 100 officers from the Special Program for the Embassy Augmentation and Response Team (SPEAR) as part of …

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Without PrEP, one-third of new HIV cases occur among low-risk MSM

Almost one in three gay and bisexual men diagnosed with HIV in sexual health clinics across the UK did not meet the ‘high risk’ criteria that would indicate to a clinician they would be good candidates for HIV. pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP). And that means people who seem to be at …

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Voices from the community: We must end the abuse of women | Community voice

Women are mistreated, always mistreated. We have drawn attention to this locally; and Anita Hill, who testified at the Clarence Thomas hearing that he sexually harassed her, recently published a book, “Believing,” which details the ongoing abuse of women in our country. As she supports him so strongly, it must …

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“RHOP” takes control of “The Real”, Kenya Moore eliminated on “DWTS” and more

theGrio has the latest reality TV news of the week. Of The real housewives of the Potomac take over from daytime television to Kenya Moore ‘scary choreography on Dancing with the stars, leGrio is back with your Reality Roundup of the week. Screenshot via Youtube: Karen Huger Real meets Potomac …

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How two people infected with HIV suppressed the virus after stopping treatment – Consumer Health News

FRIDAY, October 29, 2021 (HealthDay News) – There are two ways the bodies of HIV-positive patients can keep the virus under control after stopping antiretroviral therapy, according to a new study. The findings could point to ways to help people living with HIV keep the virus in remission without having …

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SOS Children’s Villages of India Conducts ‘Handwashing’ Awareness Campaign in Bhubaneswar to Strengthen Health and Hygiene Awareness | Odisha News | Latest Odisha News

Bhubaneswar: SOS Children’s Villages of India, the country’s largest independent childcare NGO, conducted an awareness campaign on handwashing in Bhubaneswar, Orissa.About 275 children from the “Balpanchayat” organized a handwashing awareness campaign in 11 communities including Daspur, Mahimangar, Pitagadia BhoiSahi, Kujimahal, Bhola, Dalua, Jamujhari, Binjhagiri, Chhatabar, Krushnanagar and Chudang. Awareness has …

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Holmen Area Foundation recognizes the positive impact of community members

Foundation awards Ruth Scholze Award for Servant Leadership October 28, 2021 6:19 PM Greg white, Posted: October 28, 2021 6:19 PM Update: October 28, 2021 7:34 PM through Greg white LA CROSSE, Wisconsin (WKBT) – A Holmen organization honors the people and organizations who help make our region a great …

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