Why NACI went dark: Canada’s expert panel on vaccines stops COVID briefings, interviews

Breadcrumb Trail Links News Health Canadian Politics Canada As Canada considers COVID boosters for the general population and a vaccine rollout for millions of children aged five to 11, NACI is suddenly silent Author of the article: Sharon Kirkey Publishing date: Oct 15, 2021  •  1 day ago  •  13 minute read  •  303 Comments A… Read More »

New York real estate heir Robert Durst is hospitalized with Covid days after life sentence, his attorney says

Robert Durst looks at jurors as he appears in an Inglewood courtroom with his attorneys for the first closing arguments presented by the prosecution in the murder trial of the New York real estate scion who is charged with the longtime friend Susan Bermans killing in Benedict Canyon just before Christmas Eve 2000. Inglewood Courthouse… Read More »

72% of Consumers Are More Likely to Return to a Brand that Creates a Strong Online Community, Amity Research Finds

London. 15, October 2021: Amity, the leading technology platform that powers in-app social experiences, today reveals the results of research which highlights the importance of brands creating online communities to engage with their customers. Almost three-quarters (72%) of the consumers polled say they would be more likely to return to a brand that creates a… Read More »

Hate Crimes and Pandemic Lead More Asian Americans to Seek Therapy

Advertisement Continue reading the main story Supported by Continue reading the main story Hate Crimes and Pandemic Lead More Asian Americans to Seek Therapy A growing number of Asian Americans have overcome a cultural stigma attached to seeking mental health treatment, experts said. Read in app Julian Sarafian said he had to convince his parents… Read More »