ZEDEDA announces 2022 as a record year

ZEDEDA, the leader in edge orchestration, announced that it recently concluded 2022 with 300% annual revenue growth and 250% nodes under management growth, highlighting the growing strategic importance of IT edge for businesses across all industries and verticals. “Edge computing has become an essential part of a company’s digital transformation journey,” said Said Ouissal, Founder … Read more

Medicaid residents seek new homes as assisted living facilities shift gears

NORTHGLENN, Colo. — Late last year, Kim Muniz received bad news about her brother’s assisted living facility and began scrambling to find him a new place to live. Her brother, Mike, lives in Northglenn Heights, an assisted living facility north of Denver. Medicaid benefits pay for his stay, but a November letter said the resort … Read more

Pause requested in the preparation of the wind farm ocean after the 7th dead whale

The body of a humpback whale lies on a beach in Brigantine, New Jersey, after being stranded on January 13. It was the seventh dead whale to wash up in New Jersey and New York in just over a month.Wayne Parry/Associated Press Local, state and federal lawmakers on Friday called for a temporary pause in … Read more

The rise in temperature inside the Soyuz capsule docked with the ISS poses no danger to the crew, according to Roscosmos

A barrage of Russian missiles has been reported across Ukraine as Kyiv says Moscow may launch a new offensive and the Kremlin warns Washington not to send more sophisticated weapons to Ukraine. Live briefing: Russia’s invasion of Ukraine RFE/RL Live briefing gives you all the latest developments on the ongoing invasion of Russia, the Kyiv … Read more

Biomarker testing informs individualized diagnosis and treatment of low-to-intermediate risk AML

Alexander E. Perl, MD, MS. According to Alexander E. Perl, MD, MS, the acute myeloid leukemia (AML) treatment landscape includes emerging therapies and diagnostic strategies that simultaneously address previously unmet needs and raise further questions regarding the classification of diseases. In 2022, the European LeukemiaNet (ELN) updated its AML recommendations based on a growing understanding … Read more

Utah doctors continue to encourage vaccinations as hospitals fill up with respiratory illnesses

Intermountain doctors are again urging Utahns to get their flu and COVID-19 vaccines as hospitals are at or near capacity to deal with high levels of respiratory illnesses. (Kristin Murphy, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Doctors are again urging Utahns to get their flu and COVID-19 vaccines as hospitals … Read more

Genetic genealogy brings justice to cold case victims and their families

Spotlight on Genetic Informants How long does the long arm of the law last? Again and again, criminals find out – arrested for decades-old crimes thanks to a special form of DNA evidence: genetic genealogy. Today, on the anniversary of the very first murder to test this technique in court, Spotlight speaks with a Pulitzer … Read more

Bryce Leatherwood Reveals The Scariest Part Of Winning ‘The Voice’

With three of the five artists entering The voice season 22 finale on Blake Sheltonit seemed obvious that one of the three would give the OG coach his ninth victory, but it was still a surprise when it turned out to be his real blue country singer Bryce Leatherwoodbecause at the beginning of the Live … Read more

These lawmakers probing FTX received donations from Bankman-Fried and his cronies

Accused crypto scammer Sam Bankman-Fried and its associates FTX pumped out nearly $95,000 in donations to at least 11 members of the House Financial Services Committee ahead of the 2022 midterm elections, according to federal records. The string of individual campaign donations has raised eyebrows given that all 11 lawmakers sit on the committee now … Read more