“We now look forward to a new generation of Indian and US museum professionals working together and sharing best practices to ensure that museums continue to inform, to educate, and to entertain, thereby connecting the past with the present, as well as looking to the future,” Juster said. … [Read more...] about US universities play significant role in promoting Indian culture, says envoy
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"With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history. It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???," Trump tweeted Thursday, prompting backlash across party lines. … [Read more...] about Biden Leads Trump by Double Digits in Battleground States Michigan and Wisconsin: Poll
Alabama Arizona Arkansas California Florida Georgia Idaho Iowa Kansas Louisiana Mississippi Missouri Nebraska Nevada North Carolina Oklahoma Oregon Puerto Rico South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Washington Those who are tested after arriving in Rhode Island and receive a negative result can stop quarantining. However, they will still need to self-monitor for symptoms over 14 days for, wear a mask in public and follow social distancing guidelines, the RIDOH notes. … [Read more...] about Which States Require Self Quarantine After Travel?
A poll recently conducted by The Hill/HarrisX, found 43 percent of Americans saying they'd vote for Biden, compared to 40 percent that chose Trump. This poll surveyed 2,850 registered voters from August 2 to August 5 and has a margin of error of plus or minus 1.84 percentage points. … [Read more...] about Biden Leads Trump in Three Battleground States That the President Won in 2016: Poll
The premise behind having such dedicated skin of colour clinics is that dark skin is, in a clinically relevant way, different to white skin. But exactly what and how medically important these differences are is still contested. In many cases, long-debunked ideas remain widespread. In 1851, Samuel Cartwright, a pro-slavery doctor, argued that black people had thicker, less sensitive skin, as part of a disorder he called “dysaesthesia aethiopica”, which he thought made workers sluggish. He taught that the only cure was a good whipping. “The best means to stimulate the skin,” he wrote, is “to anoint it all over in oil, and to slap the oil in with a broad leather strap; then to put the patient to some hard kind of work in the sunshine.” A 2016 study showed that a third of American medics still believe myths about black patients, such as thinking they have thicker skin, with fewer nerve endings. … [Read more...] about Decolonising dermatology: why black and brown skin need better treatment
While Trump's handling of the pandemic impacted his polling nationally, it also affected his support in battleground states, according to polling conducted among each state's residents. A New York Times and Siena College poll conducted last month found Biden leading Trump in each of the six states by a range of 6 to 11 points, and polls published by Public Policy Polling, Fox News, Monmouth University and other research organizations since mid-July also found Biden firmly in the lead. Though Texas has been a red state for decades, Quinnipiac University pollsters suggested last month the state could flip for the first time since 1976, in part due to the health and economic pressures Texans are experiencing due to the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Here’s Where Biden and Trump Stand in the Polls 100 Days Out from the Presidential Election