Florida International University has made 28 ventilators available for efforts to treat the growing number of COVID-19 patients. The ventilators are part of FIU’s training and response equipment and were turned over to State of Florida emergency coordinators on Wednesday, April 8... Read More
Covid-19 Discussion with Business Attorney David Winker and Publisher Grant Miller
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COVID-19 and The Heart, with Dr. Yasser Rodriguez from MY CARDIOLOGIST
The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (also called COVID-19) has affected nearly every aspect of our everyday lives. While anyone can get COVID-19, patients with heart disease and hypertension may have a higher chance of getting sick... Read More
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Florida International University medical school alumni report from the front lines of the fight against COVID-19
There has never been a time of greater need for medical professionals. Many graduates of FIU's College of Medicine are working on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19. It is not overly dramatic to say that they are selflessly risking their lives to save others. Meet just a few of them... Read More
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Riviera Preparatory School’s Class of 2020 Valedictorian and Salutatorian
Riviera Preparatory School is proud to congratulate the Class of 2020 Valedictorian, Daniella Galtes, and Salutatorian, Luke Saleh.
Daniella began her studies at Riviera in high school. A student in the Biomedical Science Program, she plans to continue her education in the medical field and aspires to become a surgeon. Luke is a Riviera “life-timer,” becoming a Bulldog in preschool in 2006. He is the NHS president, a Silver Night Award nominee, a National Merit finalist, an AP Scholar with Distinction, and a recipient of the Brown Book Award to name a few of his achievements... Read More
Miami-Dade County expands services offered at 26 Miami-Dade County Libraries
Prevention and reduction of COVID-19, and protecting our South Florida community is paramount. As we continue preventive measures, we are mindful of the economic downturn that remains significant County-Wide.In addition to Miami-Dade County providing daily meals to the elderly and infirmed; we are increasing the number of food banks and food distribution sites; increased capacity of health testing; and are working with South Florida farmers to disturb their fresh produce...Read More
Congresswoman Donna Shalala appointed to Congressional Oversight Commission of the CARES Act
Speaker Nancy Pelosi today announced the appointment of Congresswoman Donna Shalala to serve on the Congressional Oversight Commission, a key oversight body of the historic $2 trillion CARES Act... Read More
Marketing in the time of Covid-19
The coronavirus pandemic has clobbered the economy, but even a prizefighter on the ropes looks for an opening to land a straight right and win the fight.Most Miami businesses are on the ropes, looking for any opportunity to keep existing clients and land new ones (without personal interaction). Although many shun marketing as a luxury during recessions, the reality is that now is exactly the time to boost marketing efforts, to the extent you can afford it...Read More
Adapting to “new reality” of social distancing
The maxim, “When one door shuts, another is opened,” was quoted most famously in Miguel de Cervantes’s 1605 classic Don Quixote.The inherent optimism of Cervantes’ statement still resonates over 400 years later as our community reacts in creative ways to the societal changes brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic.... Read More
CNews Columnist Bryan Hernandez:
Democracy Cannot Be Cancelled Because Of The Coronavirus
Democracy is precious and we cannot let the coronavirus stop us from participating in it. We must adjust how we engage in democracy to keep everyone healthy. To stop participating completely during such a critically important election year would be a disastrous mistake... Read More
Prime Logistics helps in delivery of essential good to affected countries
As the world works together to fight the spread of the coronavirus, Prime Logistics is stepping up to do its part, by providing expert logistics services to customers who need immediate delivery of essential goods to... Read More
Telemedicine and the coronavirus:
what you need to know
The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the need for non-traditional forms of health care, and telemedicine is one of the leaders.Following the steps of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), major insurers have agreed to cover a wider range of telemedicine consultations during the outbreak. Blue Cross and Blue Shield, United Health and Anthem will cover services for 90 days. Cigna and Aetna said they would do the same through May 31... Read More
Aaron Guerrero begins 2020 with the release of his second book within a year
Aaron Guerrero continues to keep going. The second publication revolves around the idea of self-publishing and helping others create their own path and journey on the route of writing and publishing their very own book... Read More