Day: June 26, 2021


Ivy Rehab Network Opens Physical Therapy Clinics in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Connecticut | Corporate Expansion

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., June 16, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Ivy Rehab Network (Ivy) is proud to announce the opening of several new state-of-the-art facilities across its network. A national leader in outpatient musculoskeletal rehabilitative services, and pediatric and ABA therapy, the Ivy Rehab Network is known for delivering best-in-class care at over 275 clinics in the US.

Providing access to high quality care remains a priority and fuels Ivy’s continuous growth efforts, with new facilities recently opening in; Ardmore, PA, Park Ridge, IL (Pediatrics), and Avon, CT. Additionally, Ivy has plans to open 15 more facilities over the summer months. 

“We are thrilled to continue our extensive growth and to open these new community-based facilities,” said Troy Bage, COO for the Ivy Rehab Network. “Each of these new clinics are staffed with teammates who bring immense passion, dedication and selflessness with them when they come to

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Top 15 San Jose, CA Personal Trainers w/ Prices & Reviews

Residents of San Jose, CA really can have it all; big city life, surrounded by the natural beauty of both the mountains and the sea. The heart of technology meets the stunning face of Mother Nature all tangled up with a shared passion (or rivalry) for an abundance of successful sports organizations. Whether you sport the golden jersey of the Warriors, or prefer the smell of turf at an Earthquakes game, chances are you value and appreciate fitness in some capacity. If you’re looking for a personal trainer in San Jose, you’ve come to right place. is in San Jose for one reason; to help you reach your potential physically. We can connect you to the very best personal trainers in your area who are ready to help you meet your goals. Whether you prefer the great outdoors, a gym setting, private in-home sessions, sports fitness, or yoga,

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Juvenile Fitness Hearing – California

Unhappy arrested boy


Can the District Attorney have discretion to directly file a case in adult court

against a child 14 years old or older ?

Yes. Under Proposition 21, a child as young as 14 years of age can be prosecuted directly in adult court under Welfare and Institutions Code section 707(d)(2). These are for crimes the carry life imprisonment or death if prosecuted as an adult. These also include offenses involving personal use of firearm in commission of offense. (PC 12022.5). These also include WIC 707 (b) offenses where minor has a prior 707(b) offense, or is gang related, hate crimes, or the victim is 65 or older or disabled. This section of WIC 707(d)(2) is discretionary with the prosecutor as to whether this case is filed in adult court.

Is there any provision in the law where it is mandatory that the prosecutor file against

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Michigan to restore work-search rule, keep $300 supplement

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan will reinstate a requirement that people receiving unemployment benefits show they are actively searching for work, effective May 30, but has no plan to end a $300 weekly federal supplement going to 816,000 jobless residents.

All seven of the state’s Republican U.S. House members wrote a letter to Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Monday urging a halt to the extra payment, which is on top of maximum state benefits of $362 per week.

“We call on you to end participation in this program to get our state’s economy back on track and ensure our employers have access to the talent they need to return to normal,” they said, citing rising vaccination rates and echoing a call that at least one small business group made last week. They said the benefits are too robust, incentivizing the unemployed to not return to work.

But Lynda Robinson, spokeswoman

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KSOM study reveals potential new treatment target in the fight against COVID-19

Images of cells showing close proximity (yellow) of GRP78 (green) with Spike protein of SARS-Cov-2 (red) (left panels) and ACE2 (red) (right panels). Image provided by lead author Anthony Carlos, PhD.

The swift development of vaccines has provided a vital tool to combat the spread of the deadly SARS-CoV-2 virus, but challenges to reaching herd immunity posed by the rise of new mutations and the inability of immunosuppressed people to develop an effective immune response following vaccination point to a need for additional solutions to maximize protection.

A new study by Keck School of Medicine (KSOM) researchers published in the Journal of Biological Chemistry reveals how therapies targeting a molecular chaperone called GRP78 might offer additional protection against COVID-19 and other coronaviruses that emerge in the future.

Chaperones like GRP78 are molecules that help regulate the correct folding of proteins, especially when a cell is under stress. But in some

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Oxford University explores anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as Covid-19 treatment | India News

NEW DELHI: The University of Oxford said on Wednesday it was testing anti-parasitic drug ivermectin as a possible treatment for Covid-19, as part of a British government-backed study that aims to aid recoveries in non-hospital settings.
Ivermectin resulted in a reduction of virus replication in laboratory studies, the university said, adding that a small pilot showed giving the drug early could reduce viral load and the duration of symptoms in some patients with mild Covid-19.
Dubbed PRINCIPLE, the British study in January showed that antibiotics azithromycin and doxycycline were generally ineffective against early-stage Covid-19.
While the World Health Organization, and European and US regulators have recommended against using ivermectin in Covid-19 patients, it is being used to treat the illness in some countries, including India.
“By including ivermectin in a large-scale trial like PRINCIPLE, we hope to generate robust evidence to determine how effective the treatment is against Covid-19, and
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Physical Therapy One Partners with the Ivy Rehab Network | Licensing Marketing Agreements

WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., June 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Ivy Rehab Network (“Ivy”), a national leader in outpatient musculoskeletal rehabilitative services, is proud to share that it has partnered with Physical Therapy One (“PT One”) to expand further into southwestern Michigan. This new partnership bolsters Ivy’s leading footprint across the state of Michigan, bringing the total count of clinics in the state to over 40.

Founded in 1997 by Joe and Leah Walters, PT One is comprised of three clinics in southwestern Michigan, located in Portage, Kalamazoo, and Vicksburg. With a history spanning nearly 25 years, PT One is deeply rooted in its communities and is committed to serving its local patients with the highest quality of care for optimal results. The mission of PT One is to help all patients “get back in the game of life.”

“We are very excited

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