Top related persons:
Top related locs:
Top related orgs:

Search resuls for: "Fayetteville , Arkansas"


6 mentions found


Ho is trying to support her patients as best she can until Arkansas’ law takes effect this summer. Bonnie HeathIn April, Alabama’s Senate passed a bill that would have made it a felony for doctors to provide minors with gender-affirming care. Supporters of the Arkansas bill argue that transition care for minors is “experimental” and that trans minors often change their minds about their genders and detransition later in life. Ho said the danger is evidenced by what happened when Arkansas' bill passed through one legislative chamber. ‘A form of medical malpractice’Legal experts and advocates say that in addition to having dangerous health impacts, bans on gender-affirming care for transgender youths could expose health care providers to legal and regulatory problems.
Persons: Stephanie Ho, she’s, Ho, wasn’t, Asa Hutchinson’s, , , I've, “ They’re, Bill Lee, “ It's, we're, Dr, Izzy Lowell, Bonnie Heath, Lowell, ’ ” Lowell, don’t, detransition, Michele Hutchinson, ” Lowell, Ricardo Correa, Valarie Blake, there’s, Biden, Blake, they're, ” Blake, that’s, we've, ‘ I'm Organizations: Physicians for Reproductive Health, Tennessee Gov, Associated Press, Human, Physicians, Alabama’s, South, American Medical Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, Endocrine Society, American Psychological Association, Spectrum Clinic, Health, West Virginia University, Affordable, American Civil Liberties Union, Arkansas, Twitter, Facebook Locations: Fayetteville , Arkansas, Arkansas, Atlanta, Alabama, telemedicine, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina, Phoenix
That had long been a problem in mental health care. And telepsychiatry performs as well as, if not better than, face-to-face delivery of mental health services, according to a World Journal of Psychiatry review of 452 studies. The mental health providers directed her to a treatment program, Dempsey said. Download the NBC News app for full coverage of the coronavirus outbreakDemand for mental health services will likely continue even after the lifting of all Covid-19 restrictions. He also said the health care industry needs to work to bridge the digital divide that exists because of lack of access to devices and broadband internet.
Persons: teletherapy, , Allison Dempsey, Jody Long, Long, , ” Long, you’re, Dempsey, telepsychiatry, Jay Shore, Association’s, Shore, ” Dempsey, Kristy Keefe, Keefe, Kate Barnes, Barnes Organizations: American Psychiatric Association, University of Colorado School of Medicine, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Jacksonville State University, Psychiatry, University of Colorado, Western Illinois University, NBC, U.S . Census, National Health, Twitter, Facebook Locations: Aurora, Alabama, Fayetteville , Arkansas, U.S
Richmond, Virginia starting July 22;Between Charleston, South Carolina and:Hartford, Connecticut starting May 27;Tampa, Florida starting May 27;Louisville, Kentucky starting May 28;Norfolk, Virginia starting June 10;Akron/Canton, Ohio starting July 8;New Orleans starting July 8;Columbus, Ohio starting July 8;Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania starting July 8;Richmond, Virginia starting July 8;Huntsville, Alabama starting July 15; andProvidence, Rhode Island starting July 22. Between New Orleans and:Charleston, South Carolina starting July 8;Louisville, Kentucky starting July 15;Akron/Canton, Ohio starting July 15;Huntsville, Alabama starting July 15. Bentonville/Fayetteville, Arkansas starting July 15;Oklahoma City, Oklahoma starting July 15;Richmond, Virginia starting July 8;Tulsa, Oklahoma starting July 8);Norfolk, Virginia starting July 15; andColumbus, Ohio starting July 16; andBreeze will also fly between many of the cities it serves outside of its four main bases. Flight attendants will be degree-seeking college studentsMany of Breeze's flight attendants will also be earning their college degrees. Premium snacks will be offered onboardKind bars and Utz pretzels will be offered onboard Breeze flights.
Persons: David Neeleman, Neeleman, they'll, Thomas Pallini, Breeze, Brian A Jackson, Shutterstock.com Breeze, Sara Nelson, Gareth Edmondson, Jones, Hayley Peterson JetBlue, pretzels, hasn't, they're Organizations: Breeze Airways, JetBlue, Breeze Airways Embraer, Breeze, Oklahoma City, JetBlue Airways, Airbus, Embraer, Flyers, Shutterstock.com, Utah Valley University, Association of Flight, Bloomberg, Department of Transportation, Global, Business, Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines Locations: Tampa , Florida, New Orleans , Louisiana, Norfolk , Virginia, Charleston , South Carolina, America, Hartford , Connecticut, Breeze, San Antonio , Texas, Louisville , Kentucky, Tulsa , Oklahoma, Norfolk, Virginia, Bentonville, Fayetteville , Arkansas, Akron, Canton , Ohio, Oklahoma City , Oklahoma, Columbus , Ohio, Huntsville , Alabama, Richmond , Virginia, New Orleans, Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania, Providence , Rhode Island, Louisiana
Welcome back to 10 Things in Politics, your weekday look at the biggest stories in DC and beyond. President Joe Biden at the White House on April 6. MORE JOBS-REPORT FALLOUT: President Joe Biden said Americans receiving unemployment benefits must either take a job that is "suitable" or lose the support. Gina Raimondo; Official White House Photo by Adam Schultz; Jennifer Granholm; Deb Haaland. Today's trivia question: Dogs have had their days at the White House.
Persons: Anthony Fauci, Republican Sen, Rand Paul teeing, Joe Biden, Evan Vucci, Biden, Nick Oxford, Chipotle, Ghaith, Glenn Youngkin, Pete Snyder, Youngkin, Terry McAuliffe, Liz Cheney, Sen, Joni Ernst of Iowa, Cheney's, Ernst, Donald Trump, Cheney, Kevin McCarthy, McCarthy, Joe Biden's, Gina Raimondo, Adam Schultz, Jennifer Granholm, Deb Haaland, Team Biden, Major aren't, Biden's, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesu, Lo, Ben Affleck Organizations: Republican, White, Republicans, Reuters, Democratic, Costco, Washington Post, Politico, Drug Administration, Pfizer, BioNTech's, Former Carlyle Group, GOP, Gov, House Republicans, US Conference of Catholic, Team, New York Times, Health, Big Sky, Service Locations: Fauci, South Carolina , Montana, Arkansas, Fayetteville , Arkansas, Gaza, Jerusalem, Israel, Canada, Washington, India, Japan, Tokyo, Montana
Another significant portion of the group's membership is retired military and law enforcement personnel. The connections between terror groups and law enforcement enabled discrimination and violence against African Americans, Jews and other minorities. Founded in 2011 by former Arizona sheriff Richard Mack, the group promotes the notion — contrary to the Constitution — that the federal government authorities should be subordinated to local law enforcement. REUTERS/Jim UrquhartWhen members of far-right groups are also professionals sworn to protect the nation or their communities, it makes those groups seem more legitimate. Attacks by other far-right groups are, in large measure, initiated by people with limited operational experience, who act spontaneously.
Persons: Barack Obama's, , Larry Brock, Trump rioter, Mohammed Elshamy, Biden, Michael Brown, Scott Olson, Richard Mack, Jim Urquhart, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Timothy McVeigh, Alfred P, Arie Perliger Organizations: Capitol, Army, Southern Poverty Law Center, Air Force, Georgia Security Forces, Georgia Security Force, Anadolu Agency, Getty, National Guardsmen, Ku Klux Klan, African, National Alliance, Nazi, Constitutional Sheriffs, Peace Officers of America, Peace Officers, America, REUTERS, University of Massachusetts, Oklahoma City, Gulf, Michigan Militia, Murrah Federal Building, Security Studies, Creative Locations: Flovilla , Georgia, Washington, Blandford , Indiana, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Fayetteville , Arkansas, American, Oak Creek , Wisconsin, Ferguson , Missouri, Arizona, Idaho
In all, the stimulus package helped lift 18 million Americans out of poverty in April, according to Columbia University researchers. Black workers have seen their incomes rise at about half the rate of White workers, according to Federal Reserve data. Michelle Kulaski is one of the many Americans living paycheck to paycheck before the pandemic. Nearly half of states use this as their prevailing wage for workers, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. At one point, it was estimated that as many as 40 million Americans could face eviction in the public health crisis.
Persons: Nick Oxford, Peter Tufano, Tufano, Michelle Kulaski, Kulaski, Till von Wachter, They've, Wendy Edelberg, von Wachter, Louis, That's, Edelberg, couldn't, she's, she'd, Jennifer Ochsner, Ochsner, Amanda Collins, Collins Organizations: The Washington Post, Harvard University, George Washington University and University of Oxford, Business, Columbia University, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Walmart, JPMorgan, University of California, Hamilton Project, Brookings Institution, Congressional, Office, Federal Reserve Bank of St, Federal Reserve, National Conference of State Legislatures, Pew Research Center, World Bank, Research Locations: Tulsa , Oklahoma, Columbia, Fayetteville , Arkansas, University of California Los Angeles, California, Colorado
Total: 6