$100 Million Investment Aims to Ease Health Worker Shortage

Written by Robert Pridet and Robin FosterHealthDay reporter FRIDAY, Oct. 15, 2021 (HealthDay News) — The White House announced Thursday that the National Health Service will receive $100 million to help address the shortage of health care workers in the United States. That’s a fivefold increase in funding over previous years for a program that … Read more

Ashamed but not Alone: Trauma Therapy Can Help with the Healing Process

cite this Noel McDermott (2021, October 14). Shyness but not alone: ​​Trauma treatment can aid the healing process. Psychreg on psychotherapy. https://www.psychreg.org/ashhamed-alone-trauma-therapy-can-help-healing-process/ reading time: 6 Minutes There were questions at the time about why Sarah Everard’s death had sparked such a strong influx of women across the UK, including public displays of solidarity by a … Read more

Reasons for Trusting Online Pharmacies 

cite this Robert Haynes (2021, October 15). Reasons to trust online pharmacies. Psychreg on Wellness. https://www.psychreg.org/reasons-trusting-online-pharmacies/ reading time: 2 Minutes You already know that online pharmacies are available if you don’t have time to drive to a local pharmacy. However, like any other online transaction, you also worry about trusting online pharmacies. You are afraid … Read more

U.S. to lift travel ban on Nov. 8, allowing vaccinated international visitors into the country

Passengers at LAX after arriving from Shanghai, China, after a positive case of the coronavirus was announced in the Orange County suburb of Los Angeles, Jan. 26, 2020. Ringo Chiu | Reuters The White House said Friday that it will allow international travelers who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 to enter the United States … Read more

British lawmaker stabbed multiple times in southeast England

An overview of the Houses of Parliament on March 28, 2019 in London, England. Leon Neal | Getty Images LONDON – British MP David Amis was stabbed several times on Friday in his local constituency in southeast England, according to Sky News. The attack took place at Belvers Methodist Church in Les-on-Seas, Essex. Reuters later … Read more

Coldplay singer Chris Martin says ‘backlash’ for flying right

Coldplay’s Chris Martin performs at O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire on October 12, 2021 in London, England. Simon Joyner | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images British rock band Coldplay has announced dates for a world tour in 2022, as the band plans to incorporate a range of sustainable features into their concerts to reduce their … Read more

China’s central bank says Evergrande is unique and most real estate developers are stable

An outside view of the Evergrande China Center in Hong Kong, China on March 26, 2018. Bobby Yip | Reuters BEIJING – The People’s Bank of China said Friday that debt developer China Evergrande is its own case, and that most of the country’s real estate companies are stable. Real estate giant Evergrande has $300 … Read more

Bitcoin is inches away from reaching $60,000 amid ETF speculation

Bitcoin on display. Chesnot | Getty Images Bitcoin soared on Friday to a five-month high, and was inches away from reaching $60,000. The world’s largest cryptocurrency climbed to $59,920, hitting its highest level since May. 10. But it struggled to break above the $60,000 barrier. Bitcoin last traded 2.5% higher in the past 24 hours, … Read more

China risks making ‘big mistakes’ with crackdown: Ex-IMF chief economist

The former chief economist of the International Monetary Fund has said that China risks making “big mistakes” as it cracks down on large swathes of its economy from technology to tutoring and real estate. “I’m very concerned about China because it is somewhat attacking the basis of its growth so far,” Raghuram Rajan said in … Read more