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covid genetic prediction test
Brian Wallace
on June 19, 2021

Using a COVID Genetic Prediction Test

The United States’ rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations has been impressive. As of May 2021, 50% of American adults have been at least partially vaccinated against the disease. Unfortunately, the pandemic risks continue, but using a COVID genetic prediction test may help. Herd immunity requires 70% to 85% of a population to be vaccinated. Since reaching […]

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S’More App
on June 17, 2021

S’More Celebrates Pride Month With Launch in San Francisco, Month-Long Pride-Themed IGTV Lives, free premium, and local partnerships

  NEW YORK, NY, Thursday June 18th,  – S’More, the anti-superficial dating app from former Magic Labs/Bumble executive Adam Cohen-Aslatei launches in San Francisco with over 10k registered users from the city already on the platform. This marks the app’s 7th successful launch since its inception in 2020. S’More is also celebrating its SF launch […]

DeepOptics 32N sunglasses
Stewart Rogers Stewart Rogers has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on June 15, 2021

New, dazzling technology set to deliver the only sunglasses you’ll ever need

Summer is upon us (well, in the Northern hemisphere, at least), which means we’re all dusting off our sunglasses. But for those of us that have a prescription, there are only a few options that ensure you can still see where you’re going. And it’s even worse for glasses wearers that need to deal with […]

Bobbi Kahler job
Rebecca Peres Rebecca Peres has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on June 11, 2021

How the Pandemic Revealed the Extent of Present-Day Job Dissatisfaction

For people who love their careers and actually enjoy their jobs, the COVID-19 lockdowns were a real, almost physical pain to endure. For others, sitting at home while doing nothing for months was a blessing in disguise – as sinister as that sounds. The reality of waking up every day to unlimited Netflix, unrestrained social […]

Dana Kay Sitting
Brian Swan
on June 3, 2021

The Link Between Toxic Foods and Behavioral Issues in Children

One of the biggest challenges parents face with children is dealing with tantrums or meltdowns. Not only is it hard to manage emotional outbursts while they’re happening, but it can also be difficult to understand why they happen and how to prevent them in the future. Behavioral issues can often be linked to a lack […]

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Nikki Neu
on May 21, 2021

Post Pandemic, Federal Aid Remains Controversial for Restaurants Across the Country

Anil Grandhi is on a mission to help restaurants get their street..errr…TAX cred. Restaurants suffered during the pandemic. With long closures, lockdown restrictions, and food delivery services that take a huge portion of their profit, many beloved restaurants shut their doors permanently. Even though the pandemic is nearing its end, the restaurants that survived are […]

Adam Anderson, founder of Hook Security
Sarah Marshall
on May 11, 2021

Adam Anderson of Hook Security Views Entrepreneurship—and Cybersecurity—in Unconventional Ways

Adam Anderson is not your typical entrepreneur. He has founded multiple companies, but now, he helps CEOs fire themselves. While CEO may sound like the dream job, Anderson believes that many CEOs can help their companies by putting effective leadership teams in place and then getting out of the way—transitioning from the role of CEO […]

Biomicrogel group pollution
Stewart Rogers Stewart Rogers has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on April 22, 2021

Biomicrogel Group raises $13m to save nature from pollution

Pollution is a killer. Affecting over 100 million people, it is as deadly to humans as global diseases like malaria. And for nature, it’s a disaster. Over 1 million seabirds and 100,000 sea mammals are killed by pollution every year. Biomicrogel Group, an environmental biotech company, has raised $13 million to bring their products to […]

Mitigate Partners co-founder
Sarah Marshall
on April 7, 2021

Mitigate Partners Seeks to Make Sense of Healthcare Costs—and Reduce Them

Carl Schuessler, founder and managing principal of Mitigate Partners, cannot hide his passion about saving people money on healthcare costs. Mitigate Partners, LLC is a Risk Management, Cost Containment, and Employee Benefits Consulting group made up of a partnership between 29 employee benefit consulting and brokerage firms. Born and raised in Georgia to a stay-at-home […]

Paul Brennan
on April 7, 2021

High Drug Prices in the US Underwrite the Lion’s Share of Global Pharma Profits and Research

While it may not be ‘politically correct’ to discuss, the majority of the world’s drug developments and innovation are underwritten by the United States (U.S.).

patient engagement platform
Sarah Marshall
on April 6, 2021

eRemede: Patient Engagement Platform for the Post-Covid World

eRemede, a HIPAA-compliant patient engagement platform, is looking to streamline patient intake, communication and education for hospitals and clinics. eRemede (pronounced “E-remedy”) is a fully customizable platform that offers digitized patient intake forms, automated medical reminders, pre and post-op instructions, multimedia resource libraries, encrypted instant messaging, interactive PDFs and payment portals. For telehealth appointments, eRemede […]

Whynde Kuehn
on April 3, 2021

The End of Period Poverty: What If?

There are girls and women around the world forced to make a choice between buying a meal or feminine products. Period Poverty is real and it is a global issue, and there is a solution to address period poverty.

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