Friday, April 23, 2021
Hashtag Trending, April 22, 2021 – Doug Ford’s BlackBerry; Apple’s Spring Loaded match; TikTok sued for billions

Hashtag Trending, April 22, 2021 – Doug Ford’s BlackBerry; Apple’s Spring Loaded match; TikTok...

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It’s all the tech news that’s popular right now. Welcome to Hashtag Trending! It’s Wednesday, April 22 and I’m your host Baneet Braich. Premier Doug Ford is still rocking a BlackBerry Classic phone for calls, texts, emails. According to The Toronto Star, it’s his go-to phone. The publication covered some of the technical challenges Ford is…
How Canadian Exchange Is Altering to Better Suit a Recent Generation of Leaders

How Canadian Exchange Is Altering to Better Suit a Recent Generation of Leaders

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Refocused and reenergized, Canada’s most influential business magazine will help readers engage with the leaders who are driving innovation in this country Business in Canada is changing — and so is Canadian Business. Trusted by executives and entrepreneurs for nearly a century, the country’s preeminent business magazine is refocused, reenergized and ready for its exciting…
Highlights From the Growth 2020 CEO Summit

Highlights From the Growth 2020 CEO Summit

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The backdrop for this year’s CEO Summit was a nail-biter, quite literally: As we convened hundreds of (very!) accomplished executives from this year’s Growth 2020 cohort, the world at large was captivated by another decisive moment in global leadership: the American election. (Maybe you heard?) Whatever the result, and spurred on by the catalytic effects…
Northwest Territories & Nunavut: worthy, mineral-prosperous and underexplored

Northwest Territories & Nunavut: worthy, mineral-prosperous and underexplored

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By Ellsworth Dickson The Northwest Territories and Nunavut, two of the three of Canada’s Arctic territories, the other being Yukon, encompass a huge land mass with few people. The Northwest Territories cover a land area of approximately 1,144,000 km2 (442,000 sq. mi.) with a 2016 census population of only 41,790 residents. To the east, Nunavut is the newest, largest,…
Pandemic-Fueled Drug Abuse Threatens Hearts, Lives

Pandemic-Fueled Drug Abuse Threatens Hearts, Lives

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A preliminary CDC summary counted nearly 90,000 overdose deaths in the 12 months ending in September 2020, a 29% increase from the previous period.
The usa’s Unhealthiest Cities for Polluted Air

The usa’s Unhealthiest Cities for Polluted Air

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More than 40% of Americans live with unhealthy air, according to the American Lung Association's annual "State of the Air" report.
Managing Excessive Eczema and Setbacks

Managing Excessive Eczema and Setbacks

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Severe eczema can have a lasting impact on your quality of life. Learn from doctors and people with this condition how to head off triggers and break the “itch-and-scratch” cycle.
Things Folks With Multiple Myeloma Wish You Knew

Things Folks With Multiple Myeloma Wish You Knew

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Multiple myeloma can take a toll on your life, but better treatments are bringing hope. And a diagnosis doesn’t mean you have to put your life on hold.
Strides In opposition to HIV/AIDS Falter Throughout Pandemic

Strides In opposition to HIV/AIDS Falter Throughout Pandemic

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Public health resources have shifted from one pandemic to the other, and experts fear steep declines in testing and diagnoses mean more people will contract HIV and die of AIDS.
Gloomy Patients Less Seemingly to Collect Acute Stroke Remedy

Gloomy Patients Less Seemingly to Collect Acute Stroke Remedy

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Racial disparities in the administration of thrombolysis and endovascular therapy were inconsistent among states. However, insurance status was consistently associated with the likelihood of treatment. Medscape Medical News