State.ie (formerly State Magazine) is an Irish website and formerly a monthly music magazine, which launched in April 2008 and ceased to print in January 2009 having published a total of ten issues. The magazine continues online and was voted Best Music Site in 2008 and Best Web Publication in 2010 in the Irish Web Awards. Originally the concept of the magazine involved a hard copy of which there was a charge to purchase, however after six issues it was decided to make the magazine's content free both online and in print. The first issue, April 2008, appeared on Irish shelves on 6 March 2008 and featured Michael Stipe of R.E.M. on the cover. This immediately garnered comparisons between the new magazine's similarities with Hot Press who featured Stipe on their cover at the same time, a move widely thought to be an attempt by Hot Press to stifle State's status as a serious 'alternative' to the more established local magazine. At a price of €5.50, State charged €2 more than Hot Press.
The current 7% excise tax on medical marijuana sales generates about $5 million ... Kiesel said full legalization would dovetail with the state’s existing medical marijuana program, but allow adults without a license, including those who visit from out of state, to purchase marijuana.
Other requirements included that at least 10% of those slots be placed in rural areas, that residents be trained over their Medicare GME cap, that those spots be placed in states with new medical schools or branch campuses open since 1999, and that the positions serve areas designated as health professional shortage areas.
China now ranks second among the top five countries for scientific research in medical AI, just behind the UnitedStates, said a report from Elsevier, a Netherlands-based academic publishing company that owns recognized medical journals such as The Lancet and Cell.
Twelve members of a religious group in Queensland are , including murder charges, after an eight-year old girl became critically ill and died when they allegedly withdrew her medication. Elizabeth Struhs died in January 2022 after the members allegedly took her off medication for Type 1 Diabetes...Denied medication and medical care.
Microsoft, meanwhile, noted that it already covers abortion, as well as gender-affirming care, for its employees and has now extended the coverage to include travel expenses for “these and other lawful medical services" if they are not available in an employee's home state ...That’s the case now in states where abortion has become a crime.
“There was basically no medical income and the economic pressures were huge.” ... The diversion of medical resources to enforce zero-COVID policies has led to deaths, critics say ... A ruling by China’sMinistry of Finance in 2020 stated that all medical costs relating to COVID should be covered by public insurance funds or central government subsidies.
Microsoft, meanwhile, noted that it already covers abortion, as well as gender-affirming care, for its employees and has now extended the coverage to include travel expenses for “these and other lawful medical services” if they are not available in an employee’s home state ...That’s the case now in states where abortion has become a crime.
In some states, doctors who perform in vitro fertilization fear they might be prosecuted for discarding unused embryos ...Already, Planned Parenthood of Montana has stopped providing medication abortions to people from states with abortion bans, citing “the potential for both civil and criminal action.”.
Based on the investigation, the affected personal and protected health information included names, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, driver's license or state identification card numbers, financial account numbers, medical information, and/or health insurance information.
An assistant fire chief from Washington state will be the next chief of the Lawrence-Douglas CountyFire Medical Department... “Through an extensive process, we found that Rich’s career progression and his leadership approach in the field of fire and emergency medical ...