The Friday Five – Healthcare and the 2016 Election

The Friday Five – Healthcare and the 2016 Election
There is quite a lot to discuss this election season and the direction in which healthcare should go is one of the hot topics. This week’s Friday Five includes a Healthcare De Jure one hour special that focuses on the impact the 2016 election will have …
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Healthcare Metro Monitor Supplement
Our Healthcare Metro Monitor Supplement tracks the role of healthcare in economic recession and recovery in the nation’s 100 largest metropolitan areas. The implementation of the Affordable Care Act and pressures to contain costs, expand access to care …
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Axxess Healthcare Pilots Program to ‘Uberize’ Home Healthcare
Axxess, a home health technology company focusing on cloud-based software and services, is piloting an app that will connect home health agencies with qualified clinicians to provide care to patients 24/7. Named AxxessCARE, this “uberization” of …
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Five things we learnt in rugby – October

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‘Pick and Mix’ rugby is a dangerous game. The days of a six month rugby season are long gone. Rugby is a nine month slog for all international players. However, there is an additional problem in the modern rugby calendar – the option to play ‘Pick …
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2016 Will Be A Big Year For USA Rugby
Rugby is poised to have a banner year in the US, thanks to a series of events and an unprecedented amount of publicity. Rugby will be back in the Olympics for the first time since 1924, showcasing a 7 vs. 7 version of the sport (regular Rugby Union is …
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Pro Rugby America dismisses the Pro12’s possible US expansion
Plans for American sides to join the Pro12 have been dismissed by the company running the pro game in the US. Pro Rugby America, in a statement, described Pro12 as an “interloper” and claimed the league “does not have a legitimate business plan.” Pro12 …
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Southshire Battle Cats: Five roller derby facts to stay ahead of the pack

sportSouthshire Battle Cats: Five roller derby facts to stay ahead of the pack
MANCHESTER CENTER, VT. — Grab your pads and your best bleacher creature yell — it’s roller derby time. Thinking about rolling over to the see the Southshire Battle Cats take the track against the Twin City Riots from Barre-Montpelier on Saturday, July 30?
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Roller Derby Players Roll into Croghan
Story Updated: Jul 31, 2016 at 11:21 PM EDT Blocking, jamming, and the occasional tumble. It’s part of playing the sport of roller derby. “It’s rough it’s definitely not for the faint of heart it’s very much an athletic sport,” Nicole Lee, captain of the …
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Festa Major 2016: Gràcia’s big party!
In C/Perla check out the Roller Derby (7pm) tease, and in Plaça del Diamant (known as Plaça del Swing these days) you can dance the lindy hop at 10pm. Kids will have a great time with the inflatable pool set up in Espai Joanic (from 11am). Kids can work …
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Five places to go ten-pin bowling in North Wales

sportFive places to go ten-pin bowling in North Wales
Whether you’re a ten-pin king or more likely to throw a gutter ball, there are plenty of places to suit your needs in North Wales. From the 18-lane alley in Wrexham to the half-sized bowling on offer in Rhyl, the region is home to plenty of ten-pin …
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Lucky Strike Social Coming to Westfield Montgomery Mall
A California-based chain of upscale bowling alleys is coming to Westfield Montgomery mall in Bethesda. Lucky Strike Social will offer “bowling suites” and a gastropub in the first-floor mall space that once was home to the facility’s movie theater. A …
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Bowling has been good to Regina’s Moens
A bowler since the age of three, Brad Moens has a lot to show for all the time he has spent in alleys across Canada. The Regina product has won four national championships since 2001, and last year won the Regina Classic. But most strikingly, Moens has …
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Five World-Class Artists Talk About Why Photography Is Their Passion

trendFive World-Class Artists Talk About Why Photography Is Their Passion
As a part of the promotion for Photo London 2016, the exhibition team has put together a video with five fine art photographers who are interviewed about their love of photography. This short shows off some of their captivating work and really brings …
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Urbex Photography Taken to the Next Level: On Top of Christ the Redeemer
When looking at urbex photographer’s work, one can only wonder how they get in some places. Often these photographers will go to crazy locations just to get a single picture. Sometimes risking their life – or so it seems like – to get that adrenaline …
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Feature | Faces Of Photography: Walking The Line Between Art & Artifact
With the advent of digital photography, the act of constructing and recording life has become a language all its own as it can be created without cost in the hands of anyone who has a phone. Its very ubiquity demands a new level of discourse as our …
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Five great Lehigh Valley coffee shops

cusineFive great Lehigh Valley coffee shops
A chocolate biscotti was dark, rich and not too sweet with a great crunchy texture. My iced coffee was $ 3.50 and biscotti was $ 2. Other deliciousness: Terra Cafe has a nice sized menu for a small spot, with breakfast and lunch options (even some veggie …
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Steadfast, Slow Hand make city’s coffee scene even richer
Guidry developed his reputation for rich, smooth espresso-based and cold-brewed drinks from his food-truck days. His specialties begin with Counter Culture beans (from Durham, N.C.) housemade simple syrups and bitters, milk from Grove Family Dairy in …
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Beer of the Week: Brooklyn Intensified Coffee Porter
This is a stark contrast to many barrel-aged imperial stouts whose body is so rich and boozy that, after one glass, you’re ready to push back from the table. The Intensified Coffee Porter does get more intense as you drink. Though there’s more coffee …
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