NEW published reports on careers and insurance prices

ARLINGTON, Va.–(COMMERCIAL WIRE)–research reports designed to guide the insurance industry toward proactive and quantitative solutions to identify, measure, and address potential racial bias in insurance pricing were published by the Accident Actuarial Society (CAS) today. “The CAS is proud to move forward not only with a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in all aspects … Read more

Social services staff will still see raises, secretary says | Health & Fitness

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The secretary of West Virginia’s social services agency said Thursday that he intends for employees in the state’s foster care system to get 15% raises, after lawmakers essentially scrapped a bill to provide the raises. Department of Health and Human Resources Secretary Bill Crouch said the agency will collapse open positions … Read more

Updates as of March 8

SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Saratoga Springs City School District held its first Board of Education meeting after winter break on March 8. With the mask mandate no longer a cause for concern, several members of the district used the public comment to raise other questions about the FOIL requests for the school curriculum and the … Read more

What is a remittance?

People use remittances to send money to family members who live in another country. Remittances are often used to help relatives abroad who may need money. To send remittances, you can send an international bank transfer through a financial institution. Read more Personal Finance Insider stories. Loading Something is loading. Sending money internationally is not … Read more

Shop savings on games and more for Mario Day 2022

— Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. When it comes to video games, no one is bigger than Mario. In fact, the guy has his own vacation. Mario’s day is today, march 10 and to celebrate the iconic character, major retailers including Amazon, … Read more

Ukrainians fleeing the war with their pets – March 10, 2022

Ukrainians fleeing the war with their pets – March 10, 2022 | The Speaker-Review right arrow Camera Everywhere, amid the exodus of more than 2.3 million people fleeing the Russian invasion, are the pets that people couldn’t leave behind: birds, rabbits, hamsters, cats and dogs. Section:Gallery Thu, March 10, 2022 A woman holds a dog … Read more

Celebrating our deceased pets in a poignant new personalized pet memorial

PR Newswire CAPE CORAL, Florida, March 10, 2022 CAPE CORAL, Florida., March 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Designed to pay tribute to our beloved pets, Forever is a new and unique addition to the pet memorial market. EverAfter offers customers a one-of-a-kind memorial art piece using the cremated ashes of their pets to preserve their memory, … Read more

A Physician’s Personal Journey to Practice Lifestyle Medicine

This transcript has been edited for clarity. Indu Subramanian, MD: I am so excited today to speak with Kathrin LaFaver, who is a friend, colleague, and incredible force of nature whom I got to know through the Group of Women Neurologists and so many other great things it has started. She is currently a neurologist … Read more

Could Great Hearts Academy change the face of private education?

Remote learning is hard to love. The nation’s forced experiment in online education in recent years has been a disaster for children. Educators and parents alike have come to view virtual learning as a necessary evil at best, an ad hoc response to a national crisis. in a poll by McKinsey & Company, 60 percent … Read more

Modi’s ruling party leads in crucial state polls in India | Politic notices

By KRUTIKA PATHI and SHEIKH SAALIQ Associated Press NEW DELHI (AP) — Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist party held a commanding lead in India’s most populous state when votes were counted Thursday, despite his government’s critical handling of COVID-19, the rising unemployment and farmers’ protests. Trends in polling data shared by the Election Commission … Read more

Lessons can be learned from the COVID-19 pandemic; a healthy lifestyle is key – The Oakland Press

Dr. Justin Skrzynski believes that one of the most tragic things about the pandemic would be if people didn’t learn from it. “Going back to our old habits and saying that was terrible, but we kept going. I think that would be the saddest thing because I think there are a lot of lessons that … Read more

What’s Up: Who gets “custody” of the pet in a separation or divorce?

For many people, pets are their best friends and an integral part of the family. They are a source of emotional connection and for many they are loved and treated like children. But what happens to our furry friends when a relationship breaks down and people break up? It may come as a surprise to … Read more

Ghanaians are advised to prioritize their health and lifestyle

Ghanaians have been advised to prioritize their health by being cautious about their lifestyle, particularly what they eat. This would help them extend their lifespan and avoid any health complications at any point in their lives. The advice was given by health professionals and other stakeholders at the women’s health and wellness fair in Accra … Read more

DeFi Captive Insurance Provider SuretyBlock, A Subsidiary Of Ocean Falls Blockchain, Signs Fronting Agreement With Fortress Insurance

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – March 10, 2022) – Ocean Falls Blockchain Corp. (“OFB” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that SuretyBlock, a subsidiary of OFB, has entered into a facade with Fortress Insurance, a western Canadian insurance provider. This front deal enables SuretyBlock, a DeFi (decentralized finance)-based captive insurance solution, to enroll and … Read more

Modi’s ruling party leads in crucial state polls in India | Government and politics

By KRUTIKA PATHI and SHEIKH SAALIQ Associated Press NEW DELHI (AP) — Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist party held a commanding lead in India’s most populous state when votes were counted Thursday, despite his government’s critical handling of COVID-19, the rising unemployment and farmers’ protests. Trends in polling data shared by the Election Commission … Read more