Not many Richmond residents have access to high speed internet. A local phone company wants to change that | Business

Outside the Richmond Telephone Company office on State Road, a spool of fiber-optic cable is attached to a utility pole. The company is one of the few independent companies of its kind still operating in Massachusetts and has begun installing high-speed internet for residents of the city. Stephanie Zolchan – Berkshire Eagle RICHMOND – Until … Read more

USDA scattered rabies vaccines for wildlife in 13 countries

By Janet McConaughey, The Associated Press NEW ORLEANS (Associated Press) – The US Department of Agriculture has begun dispersing millions of oral rabies vaccine packages from helicopters and planes in more than 13 states of the United States. who to me Alabama. Field trial coordinator Gordona Kirby said the main goal is to prevent raccoons … Read more

Highlights Josh Gedi, Stephen Curry, Most Advance Ball Pool Player, Boston Celtics Beat Denver Nuggets

Oklahoma City guard Josh Gedi helped the Oklahoma City Thunder win a dominant 132-113 victory over the Toronto Raptors, scoring 15 points to score nine rebounds and five assists. Jedi could have added to his personal tally, but the Australian was knocked out five minutes before the end of the third quarter and briefly came … Read more

What healthcare insights can we gain from space exploration?

Image from NASA’s new James Webb Space Telescope (Photo by NASA, ESA, CSA and STScI via Getty Images) This article is part of a series sponsored by HLTH highlighting the topics that will be discussed in HLTH . Conference November 13-16 in Las Vegas. In order to realize the vision of advancing space exploration, we … Read more

Governor Baker weighs in – NBC Boston

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker gave a peek at the ballot Thursday, revealing he will likely vote No on the dental insurance spending ballot question and yes on liquor licensing reform on November 8 — though he still doesn’t say who he will choose to succeed him in corner office. Baker made no objection when Boston … Read more

Requiem for a psychiatrist to find the perfect work-life balance

Requiem for a psychiatrist to find the perfect work-life balance Updated: 6:31PM EDT Oct 17, 2022 Hide text Show version Jessica: It’s an issue of a lot of American struggle with finding a work-life balance. And not getting it right can take a toll, especially on our mental health. ED: Joining us with some important … Read more

Policy expert says telehealth benefits need to be extended with key protection riders

We may have come close to the edge of the “telehealth cliff,” which points to the potentially sudden elimination of the advantages of virtual care in the era of a pandemic as the severity of Covid-19 recedes across the country. Federal policies that have allowed telehealth coverage and waived in-person doctor visit requirements for prescriptions … Read more

USDA scattered rabies vaccines for wildlife in 13 countries

By Janet McConaughey, The Associated Press NEW ORLEANS (Associated Press) – The US Department of Agriculture has begun dispersing millions of oral rabies vaccine packages from helicopters and planes in more than 13 states of the United States. who to me Alabama. Field trial coordinator Gordona Kirby said the main goal is to prevent raccoons … Read more

The compressed case that exploded in Northeastern was carrying notes against virtual reality

A Northeastern University employee is being treated for minor injuries after a package delivered to the Boston campus exploded while it was opening, the school said. The university’s creative writing program, and no students were injured in the explosion, according to the university, and ABC News reported that the employee, a 45-year-old man who was … Read more