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Salesforce Data Recovery Service to Retire in July: Odaseva Provides Businesses with a Plan to Protect Their Data in the Cloud

Salesforce’s plan to end its Data Protection Solution on July 31 adds more challenges for organizations to maintain business continuity. SAN FRANCISCO, CA, MAY 28, 2020 – Odaseva, the unified Data Protection, Data Privacy and DataOps platform, wants to remind Salesforce customers that there is no better time to develop an effective data protection plan,… Read More »

Jaime King’s Husband Kyle Newman Accuses Her of Drug Addiction and Alcoholism Amid Their Divorce

Jaime King and Kyle Newman are divorcing after 12 years and two children together. Jaime was recently granted a temporary restraining order against him, and now Kyle is alleging that Jaime has been “a chronic drug addict and alcoholic.” If you thought that Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler’s divorce would be the most yikes celeb… Read More »

St. Vincent de Paul Pharmacy is committed to keep their doors open – WMTV

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) — St. Vincent de Paul is the only charitable pharmacy in the state that operates on a standalone basis. The people they serve fall under the 200 percent poverty level and are uninsured. To help relieve stress and anxiety pharmacists at St. Vincent de Paul are offering their patients 90 day supplies… Read More »

Listening to music helps recovery of stroke patients by ‘stimulating their brain’

Listening to music and playing instruments helps stroke patients recover by ‘stimulating their brain and lifting their mood’ Study carried out at  26-bed stroke and rehab unit at Addenbrooke’s hospital Musical instruments helped by improving finger dexterity and cognitive training The mood of the patients was lifted generally, helping them to concentrate  Researchers found repetition… Read More »

Nevada unions don’t trust ‘Medicare for all’ to manage their healthcare

Nevada’s culinary union, an influential force in the state’s upcoming caucuses, just fired a shot across the bow of Sen. Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign. In flyers, emails, and text messages, the union warned its members that Sanders’s “Medicare for all” plan would “end Culinary Healthcare.” The culinary union has good reason to oppose Sanders’s plan.… Read More »

Study: Older, slower, first-time marathon runners can add years to their lives

LONDON — First-time marathon runners can add years to their lives and reap the health rewards of lower blood pressure and healthier arteries, even if they take on the challenge in mid- to later life, research showed on Monday. “It appears to never be too late,” said co-lead researcher Charlotte Manisty of University College London.… Read More »