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Lobbying compensation: Greenberg Traurig approaches $1.8 million in third quarter

The team at Greenberg Traurig represented more than 120 clients and earned approximately $1.79 million in the third quarter. The company’s third quarter team consisted of Fred Bagget, Roger Beaubien, Christian British, Gus Corbelle, Hayden Dempsey, Elisabeth Dudek, Fred Karlinsky and Timothy Stanfield. Florida Politics estimates how much companies earn based on the average number …

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Caffeine Gets You To The Finish Line Faster, New Sprint Performance Study Reveals

Caffeine Gets You To The Finish Line Faster, New Sprint Performance Study Reveals

A new study by Japanese researchers presents the first evidence demonstrating the ergogenic effects of caffeine on running performance in the 100-meter sprint. While increasing sprint run time during the early stages of running, caffeine helped to significantly reduce sprint run times in athletes. Credit: Professor Takeshi Hashimoto of Ritsumeikan University At the international level …

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The Unseen Battle: Teenage Girl Uses Military Mom's Story to Educate Others

The Unseen Battle: Teenage Girl Uses Military Mom’s Story to Educate Others

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — You could say that service to country is in Captain Carolyn Furdek’s DNA. A third-generation officer, military service is deeply rooted in his lineage. “My mother served, my father’s mother served. And then both of my grandfather, my father – my uncle too,” Furdek said. “I stand on the backs of lions.” …

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Pediatric respiratory infections, increase in flu cases

Pediatric respiratory infections, increase in flu cases

Oscar G. Gómez, MD, PhD, finds an unusual increase in RSV and influenza cases among Buffalo’s pediatric population. Published November 28, 2022 Ellen Goldbaum story Oscar G. Gómez, MD, PhD, associate professor of pediatrics, this month called on children’s hospitals nationwide for the federal government to officially declare a state of emergency amid rising respiratory …

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Exploring the ordinary and the extraordinary in end-of-life care, death

Exploring the ordinary and the extraordinary in end-of-life care, death

Samuel LeBaron, MD, PhD, is a family medicine specialist and professor emeritus of Stanford Medicine who now faces the situation he guided patients through during his career: navigating end-stage lung cancer. In his memoirs, Ordinary deathspublished in July, LeBaron weaves personal stories with vignettes that illuminate the patients he has witnessed. Throughout his career as …

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Ten minutes of aerobic exercise with exposure therapy shown to reduce PTSD symptoms – Neuroscience News

Summary: Increasing exposure therapy with ten minutes of aerobic exercise reduces the severity of PTSD symptoms for up to six months after completing a nine-week treatment. Source: University of New South Wales Exposure therapy is one of the main treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), but up to half of patients do not respond to …

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Colts owners announce $1.4 million in Kicking The Stigma grants

Colts owners announce $1.4 million in Kicking The Stigma grants

The grants went to nonprofit organizations that provide mental health care. INDIANAPOLIS — Nearly two dozen nonprofit organizations have received a total of $1.4 million in grants from Jim Irsay and the Indianapolis Colts through the Kicking The Stigma Action Grants program. Irsay announced the grant recipients on Monday. The organizations, most of which are …

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Enzyme causes cognitive decline in mice and provides new target for Alzheimer's disease

Enzyme causes cognitive decline in mice and provides new target for Alzheimer’s disease

Newswise — In a recent search for genetic variants associated with Alzheimer’s disease (AD), several affected families showed a mutation in an enzyme called protein kinase C-alpha (PKCα). Family members carrying this mutation had Alzheimer’s disease; those without the mutation did not. The M489V mutation has since been shown to increase PKCα activity by a …

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PFAS Legal Liability Exposures: What Thousands of Manufacturers Need to Know

PFAS Legal Liability Exposures: What Thousands of Manufacturers Need to Know

Here’s what manufacturers must do to mitigate PFAS risks before the EPA standard is published. While we’re still awaiting an official EPA standard for PFAS contamination, lawsuits over the presence of these toxic chemicals in waterways have taken off in recent years: since 2005, there have been 6,400 PFAS-related lawsuits, Bloomberg reported. The chemicals – …

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