Ataraxia Capital Partners launches ‘My Dentist’

Ataraxia Capital Partners launched ‘My Dentist’, latest and one-of-its-kind chain of dental clinics with the aim of advancing dental care with high-tech infrastructure.

My Dentist Ltd. is formed with major share-holding company Ataraxia Capital Partners in collaboration with Michel Casselman, CEO of PMV – a Belgian fund and the professional expertise of Dr. Asoka Amunugama and Dr. George Dias.

The newest clinic is equipped with the skills to respond to the changing oral health needs and services for patients. Situated at Gregory’s Road, Colombo 7 with ample parking facilities, it is the first-of-its-kind in Sri Lanka that can boast of an expansion plan of installing a chain of My Dentist clinics in strategic locations across the country, all of which deliver a mixture of clinical services and cosmetic dentistry that is fundamental to the future of dental healthcare.

The face of dental healthcare internationally has changed dramatically in the last

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Danielle Lloyd displays the dazzling results of her trip to the dentist in Turkey

Danielle Lloyd displays the dazzling results of her trip to the dentist in Turkey as she flaunts her tanned physique in a floral playsuit

She jetted overseas to get a dazzling new smile.

And Danielle Lloyd was proudly displaying her incredibly white teeth as she exited the Comfort Zone Dental surgery in Bodrum, Turkey on Wednesday.

The model, 36, displayed her tanned physique in a stylish floral playsuit as she left the dentist with her new look on display.

Eye-catching: Danielle Lloyd, 36, was proudly displaying her dazzling new smile as she exited the Comfort Zone Dental surgery in Bodrum, Turkey on Wednesday

Danielle cut a stylish figure in a pretty orange and purple playsuit with a floral print as she headed out of the dentists after transforming her smile.

The mother-of-four

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Milind Soman busts 3 most common myths about health and fitness in new post

Milind Soman busted three most common myths related to health and fitness in his new post.

Milind Soman busts myths in new post. Photo: Instagram/ Milind Soman

Milind Soman busts myths in new post. Photo: Instagram/ Milind Soman

Milind Soman is one of the healthiest celebrities out there and there is no denying that. Since the lockdown began, the actor has been sharing a lot of tips with his fans and helping them stay fit, physically and mentally.

In his latest post as well, Milind is tackling the subject of health and fitness, and busting some common myths. The supermodel shared a throwback picture from 2018 and captioned it, “#ThrowbackThursday 2018.. 3 myths about health and fitness! Health food is expensive – Truth is eat local and seasonal, its healthiest and cheapest. You need space or a gym to exercise – Truth is bodyweight exercise can make you really fit and can be done at home in a space 8ft by

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Personal support workers are the backbone of health care but the bottom of the power structure

a close up of a sign: Personal support workers are in high demand - as this sign from Markham, ON indicates. They are an integral part of the healthcare system, but are racialized and underpaid.

Personal support workers are in high demand – as this sign from Markham, ON indicates. They are an integral part of the healthcare system, but are racialized and underpaid.

The COVID-19 crisis has highlighted the significant contribution personal support workers (PSWs) make to Canada’s health-care system. As the backbone of much of the daily health work, they assist people with disability, health and age-related needs in diverse health-care sectors and in people’s homes. It seems like every second, someone requires a PSW for their care.


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When I was a student, I worked as a home care worker for the Red Cross. I was often the only social contact my clients received for an entire month. My personal and professional experiences as a racialized, immigrant woman fuel my academic research.

For my research, I used a method called photovoice in which participants use cameras

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America’s Fastest Growing Jobs

The makeup of the U.S. labor force is constantly changing. As recently as 30 years ago, occupations such as application software developers and solar panel installers were in their infancy. Now, those occupations employ thousands of Americans and are among the fastest growing professions in the country.

Using data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Employment Projections program, 24/7 Wall St. identified America’s 25 fastest growing jobs. Occupations are ranked on the percentage change in employment from 2018 to 2028. Only occupations at the finest level of detail in the Standard Occupational Classification System were considered. Supplemental data on total employment, educational attainment, and typical education required by occupation are also from the BLS EP. Data on median annual wage in 2019 is from the BLS Occupational Employment Statistics program.

The jobs on this list span sectors, from academia and IT to the service industry and equipment installation and repair.

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Florida announces it will lift ban on nursing home visits


FILE – In this July 17, 2020, file photo, Margaret Choinacki, 87, who has no other family members left because her husband and daughter have died, blows kisses to her friend Frances Reaves during a drive-by visit at Miami Jewish Health in Miami. Floridians will soon be allowed to visit loved ones in nursing homes after nearly six months of vulnerable seniors being cut off from family as Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2020, that facilities could start a partial reopening.


Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Tuesday that he will lift the state’s ban on visiting nursing homes that has cut off vulnerable seniors from family since mid-March over fears of spreading the new coronavirus.

With his voice cracking at times, he wondered aloud if his actions might have contributed to suffering in his state as he made his announcement during a round

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IBM Watson Health and OrbitalRX to Launch Integrated Solution to Assist Hospital Pharmacy Providers in Managing Drug Shortages

Joint offering pairs pharmacy supply chain management capabilities with evidence-based drug content, designed to help hospital pharmacy teams manage drug shortages

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. and WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., Sept. 1, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — IBM (NYSE: IBM) Watson Health and OrbitalRX® today announced a strategic collaboration that aims to help address the emerging drug shortage crisis. The companies are combining OrbitalRX’s Drug Shortage Management Platform and IBM® Micromedex® into one unified solution called “OrbitalRX and Micromedex,” designed to create a single source for healthcare providers and pharmacy teams to access evidence-based treatment information alongside a hospital’s current drug inventory status and drug sourcing options. This one solution aims to quickly analyze the supply chain and identify clinical alternatives for drugs that are in short supply.

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The global drug shortage crisis has accelerated at an alarming rate during the COVID-19 crisis. According to the American

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WHO ripped apart as bosses accused of prioritising China diplomacy over global health | UK | News (Reports)

The Institute of Economic Affairs think-tank pulls no punches in a new report which asks how two multi-billion pound public health agencies failed so badly at the moment of greatest need. The paper, called “You Had One Job”, said the WHO and PHE’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic had been littered with failure and incompetence because both agencies spread themselves thinly over a huge range of medical, political and social issues in the run up to the crisis.

It highlights a “catalogue of failure” triggered by a broadening in scope of the “public health” movement from infectious disease control to a focus on lifestyle regulation and various forms of “social justice”.

The IEA paper said by dropping the ball on the monitoring and tackling infectious and environmental threats to public health – the sort of “health protection” that requires government action – the WHO and PHE were left woefully unprepared

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Wellness expert gives tips for immune health

(WZAW) – Health and wellness are top of mind now more than ever. Ending summer on a high note is a great way to set yourself up for success going into the rest of the year. Whether you are looking to support a healthy immune system, needing relief for occasional stress, or looking for more restful sleep knowing what to look for is a critical first step.

Health and wellness are top of mind now more than ever.

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Health and wellness are top of mind now more than ever.

Health & wellness expert Nicole Hayes joined Holly Chilsen with wellness tips.

1. Immune health is certainly top of mind right now. What are the best ways for us to support our immune system?

2. Many have reported feeling stressed and not getting enough sleep over the last couple months. What can people do to relieve stress and promote restful sleep?

3. Even though many of us

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Coronavirus Threatens to Deepen Racial Disparities in Dental Health | Healthiest Communities

Ensconced in a once-hard but rapidly gentrifying corner of northeast Washington, D.C., Dimples Dental Suite has a clientele that, in normal times, largely reflects the diversity of a changing urban neighborhood.

In Dr. Takeisha Presson’s waiting room, white patients with office jobs on nearby Capitol Hill often rub elbows with working-class African Americans, the municipal clerks and bus drivers who keep the city functioning. Presson, a young, ebullient Black woman with dreadlocked hair and a radiant smile, also cares for uninsured patients or people whose treatments are subsidized by the government – typically, low-income African Americans.

But when the coronavirus pandemic swept in and shut down dental work across the country except for emergency care, Presson suddenly found herself treating patients who were almost exclusively Black and poor – people in pain who couldn’t afford a dentist but badly needed treatment. And the office phone kept ringing.

Photos: States Pause

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