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‘We’re still here’: past and present collide at a Native American boarding school | Native Americans

With other students’ eyes on her, Wicahpi Medicine’s heart raced, but as she started dancing, she felt proud to embody her Lakota heritage. The beads on her jingle dress di lei swished and her long braids bounced as she moved quickly and lightly in her… Read More »‘We’re still here’: past and present collide at a Native American boarding school | Native Americans

Lifestyle coaching can help improve blood pressure control in Black adults with hypertension

Culturally tailored lifestyle coaching can help Black adults with hypertension improve their blood pressure control, new Kaiser Permanente research shows. Improving blood pressure control is key to reducing risk for stroke, heart attack, and other hypertension-related health problems. Black adults have the highest rates of… Read More »Lifestyle coaching can help improve blood pressure control in Black adults with hypertension

Starliner Launching Thursday, Crew Works Science and Medical Training – Space Station

Boeing’s Starliner spacecraft, atop the United Launch Alliance Atlas-V rocket, arrives at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station launch pad in Florida. Credit: NASA / Joel Kowsky UPDATE (7 pm EDT): During Wednesday evening’s daily planning conference, the International Space Station crew was notified of… Read More »Starliner Launching Thursday, Crew Works Science and Medical Training – Space Station

Preserving the Mekong Delta’s floating markets is important part of culture and tourism, says researchers in Vietnam

HANOI, May 22 (Vietnam News / ANN): The Mekong Delta’s famed floating markets, where local specialty produce is sold on boats, provide a unique scene that draws both local and foreign visitors. Researchers say that the floating markets were established to meet local goods distribution… Read More »Preserving the Mekong Delta’s floating markets is important part of culture and tourism, says researchers in Vietnam

‘Day after day’: Why COVID left a record number of nurses quitting at one St. Louis hospital | Coronavirus

ST. LOUIS – In early 2020, COVID-19 patients began streaming into the Barnes-Jewish Hospital intensive care unit where Garrett Ambuehl worked. Some of the normal support staff were pulled back to limit the risk of exposure, leaving Ambuehl and other nurses with more responsibilities, and… Read More »‘Day after day’: Why COVID left a record number of nurses quitting at one St. Louis hospital | Coronavirus