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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 […]

healthcare messaging
Brian Wallace
on April 10, 2021

Healthcare Messaging Is the Future of Healthcare

Telehealth: Over the last year almost every single American has engaged in at least one telehealth visit.  Whether it was due to lack of in-person options or just a preference for the service, digital healthcare saw an increase in demand, an increase that is not going away anytime soon. Healthcare messaging is here to stay. […]

texas small businesses
Katherine Stinson
on March 10, 2021

How Small Texas Businesses Really Feel About the Lifted Mask Mandate

Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced on March 2nd (otherwise known as Texas Independence Day) that he was lifting the statewide mask mandate via Executive Order No. GA-34, which went into effect today. The order also enables Texas businesses to open back up to 100% capacity. According to Governor Abbott, businesses can still choose to enforce […]

healthy gut
Rick Beardsell
on March 1, 2021

6 Tasty Shake Ingredients For a Healthy Gut

The ever-changing superfood and nutrition trends can make selecting ingredients stressful, but with these six simple shake ingredients you can focus on a healthy gut without sacrificing taste. Bacteria have a bad reputation as disease carriers, but as the BBC notes, your gut contains trillions of beneficial microbes that help regulate digestion, immune function, and […]

23andme
Julia Sachs
on February 11, 2021

23andMe’s COVID-19 Severity Calculator Determines How At-Risk You Are For Hospitalization

23andMe users can now determine how at-risk they are of needing hospitalization if they catch COVID-19. A new tool that the company offers called the COVID-19 severity calculator will tell users if they may be at risk of hospitalization by using non-DNA data collected from consenting participants throughout the pandemic. The company used data like […]

social support
Logan Delgado
on January 29, 2021

How a Social Support Network Improves Healthy Habits

Developing a social support network offers benefits that enhance overall well-being. For many, ringing in the new year also means a renewed focus on healthier lifestyle habits. Determining a healthy lifestyle can vary for individuals, but making changes to improve your health can benefit your body, mind, and bank account. The dilemma is remaining consistent […]

vaccine rollout
Katherine Stinson
on January 19, 2021

How the COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout Will Change Under the Biden Administration

President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to make the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines more efficient. Biden will be officially sworn in as president of the United States on January 20th. Here are some of the key factors of the Biden COVID-19 vaccine rollout plan that are part of his proposed $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package. […]

eventbrite
Jack Giroux
on January 7, 2021

Eventbrite​ is Failing to Help Distribute Vaccines in Florida

Eventbrite is helping to administer vaccines in several Florida counties. Eventbrite was once a ticket system for concerts and events, but for the time being in 2021, it’s providing virtual lines for citizens wanting the vaccine for COVID-19. Floria is one of the most infected states as far as the spread of the coronavirus goes. Counties […]

heb
Katherine Stinson
on January 6, 2021

H-E-B Plans to Implement An Online Scheduler Tool For COVID Vaccinations

Texas grocery store chain H-E-B plans to implement an online scheduling tool for customers who want the COVID-19 vaccine. H-E-B pharmacies have run out of stock of vaccine doses. The popular Texas grocery store has applied to get more doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to administer to two sets of high priority groups. The […]

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Katherine Stinson
on December 29, 2020

How has the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine Rollout been so far?

Last week the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine began its official rollout in the U.S. The Moderna vaccine is the second COVID-19 vaccine to be granted emergency use authorization by the F.D.A. Here’s how the rollout has gone so far. The Good Dr. Fauci received the Moderna vaccine. Fauci said he has only experienced minimal side effects […]

coronavirus testing
Francoise Gordon
on December 23, 2020

CDC Expands Coronavirus Testing to all Americans…Finally.

Vice President Mike Pence has finally made the proclamation, on behalf of the CDC and the Trump Administration, that Coronavirus testing will be made available to the general American public by the end of next week. The news comes after the United States government has received criticism for its treatment of the Covid-19 novel Coronavirus […]

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Katherine Stinson
on December 22, 2020

Why are government officials first in line for the COVID-19 vaccine?

Videos of numerous U.S politicians getting their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine sparked considerable backlash among constituents throughout the United States. Both the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and Moderna vaccine have been granted emergency use authorization by the F.D.A but are currently only being administered to select groups of high-risk individuals. Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was one […]

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