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Texarkana Therapy Center opens doors to new facility – TXK Today

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

Sponsored Content Texarkana Therapy Center formally known as Fountain Therapeutic Center, opened the doors to their new facility on November 21st. This new, state-of-the-art establishment added square feet to a place where children of all ages can receive speech, occupational and physical therapy in a fun and engaging environment – by staff who dedicates themselves to assuring each patient and their family receives the services they need. Inside this new building, children with Autism, Dyslexia, Cochlear Implants, Orthopedic injuries and a wide range of other conditions are able to receive therapy in rooms specifically designed for their needs. The gyms […] Read More →

Two tech companies win first Stop Slavery Award after workforce scrutiny

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

By Paola Totaro LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Two multi-national tech companies previously questioned over labor and workforce conditions won a new global award on Wednesday for turning the spotlight onto their own supply chains to eradicate modern day slavery from their operations. The inaugural Thomson Reuters Foundation Stop Slavery Award was conferred on U.S. technology company Hewlett Packard Enterprise and NXP Semiconductors, the world’s largest chip supplier to the automotive industry. The award, designed by Turner Prize winning sculptor Anish Kapoor, aims to recognize businesses that submit their labor practices to scrutiny and excel in efforts to investigate human […] Read More →

9th case of polio-like illness confirmed in Washington

Wednesday, November 30th, 2016:

A ninth child in Washington has been diagnosed with a rare, polio-like disease. By Seattle Times science reporter A ninth child in Washington has been diagnosed with a rare, polio-like disease. Health officials confirmed Tuesday that a Spokane County boy under age 10 is suffering from acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM. AFM is characterized by inflammation of the spinal cord, which results in limb weakness or paralysis. But the cause of the inflammation remains a mystery. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is working with local health officials to investigate the unusual cluster of cases in Washington […] Read More →

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