National Cancer Institute selects ICF for Epidemiology and Genetics Research IDIQ

The company will compete for up to 320 million dollars In clinical research and operations support services Fairfax, Virginia.And the August 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Division of Cancer Epidemiology and Genetics (DCEG) of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) has selected the ICF Global Counseling and Digital Services Division (NASDAQ):ICFI) as one of five … Read more

FWP eliminates special unit that investigated wildlife crime

Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is making changes to its law enforcement department, including disbanding a team of investigators responsible for investigating large-scale wildlife crime and license fraud. The FWP’s director’s office is said to be eliminating the department’s special investigations unit, a change that was discussed with law enforcement officials on Friday, according to … Read more

Do you want affordable healthcare? Make hospitals commit to posting prices online

The Biden administration and Congress are addressing the escalating costs of health care and health insurance by extending the Affordable Care Act (ACA) subsidies into the pandemic era in the United States. Inflation reduction law. However, simply transferring the increased costs to taxpayers does nothing to address the unsustainable basic health care crisis. In fact, … Read more

Why did this CT town turn down a mental health center in its high school

Connecticut’s growing youth mental health crisis is attracting increased attention across the state and, in many places, is spurring action. legislators He called it “The Specific Case.” From the 2022 legislative session, the adoption of three broad measures that will expand and enhance access to children’s mental health resources. Some communities have also taken their … Read more

Scientists create a DNA test that identifies Lyme disease in horses

Credit: CC0 Public Domain A Rutgers University scientist aiming to help cure a sick horse has created a highly sensitive DNA test that could have applications for hard-to-detect diseases like Lyme disease in humans. As shown in a study published in Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigationsa special DNA test devised by Steven Schutzer, MD, professor … Read more

The US Economy Didn’t Get a Recession Note

The Brutal GDP report It was released on July 28, which showed the economy contracting for the second consecutive quarter, leading some to insist that a much-feared recession had already arrived. This makes sense in some ways: since 1948, each successive quarter of negative growth has coincided with stagnation. But the recession argument here has … Read more

Bounce off the brink

As the economic crisis caused by Covid-19 affects the tech world globally, the startup scene in Pakistan has also faced the brunt. The global capital market has experienced a major downturn. It was the working class that took the first hit. Pakistan is not an anomaly but what makes it seem unexpected is the fact … Read more