In this turbulent market, opportunities are everywhere

In this turbulent market, opportunities abound, according to Mary Callahan Erdos of JPMorgan. Stocks have been trading in a bear market this year as investors deal with inflation, Federal Reserve Raising interest rates and talking about a possible recession. on Wednesday, and Standard & Poor’s 500 It rebounded after hitting a new year low in … Read more

Healthcare technology enables millions of people to ‘age in place’

Old age in place refers to elderly individuals in their own home rather than moving to nursing homes or other types of care facilities. This is certainly not conceptually new – for centuries, many cultures globally have celebrated the retirement of elderly individuals and happily accepted the practice of aged care. What is relatively new, … Read more

UK mini budget cuts taxes and borrows hard as recession hits

Announcing the biggest tax cuts in 50 years, Finance Minister Kwasi Quarting said at the same time as spending was boosted, the government needed a “new approach for a new era, focused on growth”. The comprehensive tax cuts, which include lowering the top rate of income tax to 40% from 45%, lowering fees paid on … Read more

White House hosts local officials, touts impact of policies | Health, medicine and fitness

By Josh Bock – The Associated Press Washington (AFP) – The White House is making a new effort to show local governments what it can do for their communities, and is hosting North Carolina officials to highlight funding opportunities and hear firsthand how to do it. Relief from Corona VirusAnd the Infrastructure dollars Other policies … Read more

De Kooning’s “ocher woman” from the robbery home

It was a robbery that was as shameless as it was simple. On the morning of November 29, 1985, a couple entered the University of Arizona Museum of Art in Tucson, Arizona. Within minutes, “Woman-Ocher” – a painting by Dutch-American artist Willem de Kooning – was gone. Museum curator Olivia Miller described the theft in … Read more

“People don’t want to work here,” the Behavioral Health Department is having problems with employment

The San Benito County Board of Supervisors heard the Department of Behavioral Health regarding staffing efforts Tuesday, amid allegations of a toxic work environment and a civil grand jury report citing staffing shortages. “We don’t have a medical team to support the community,” said a Behavioral Health Department employee. The report states that SBC Behavioral … Read more