Liberty’s Jonquil Jones appearance at Bronx girls’ basketball clinic looms for next generation of hoops – Bronx Times

It was only fitting that on National Girls’ and Women’s Sports Day, much New York City basketball talk revolved around the New York Liberty and its emerging superstar team after two-time WNBA champion Brianna Stewart announced her intention to sign with the team on Wednesday. Stewart joins rising star protégé Sabrina Ionescu and former major … Read more

Grandview Speedway would continue under NASCAR sanctions for the 32nd consecutive season, opening the race on April 1

As has been the tradition since 1992, Grandview Speedway will once again become part of the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Racing Series for the upcoming 2023 racing season. Grandview Speedway competitors have been sanctioned under the NASCAR umbrella for more than three decades now and enjoy the benefits of being a member. Benefits include … Read more

Freeze Across the South: Darkness is the new normal

Darkness has become the new normal. Hundreds of thousands of people have lost their power as a Blizzard days I snuck across Texas this week. Ice storm warnings continue to extend east into the Tennessee Valley, threatening to leave more communities in the dark before freezing temperatures overnight. Just a few years ago, such widespread … Read more

An IU professor provides insight into the evolution of stars

As scientists’ understanding of the origins of the universe expands, IU Associate Professor Constantine Dilianis is working to explain inconsistencies with current models of star evolution in new research. Most astronomers today say that our universe emerged in a violent explosion known as the Big Bang, about 13.8 billion years ago. The whole universe was … Read more

AlphaCentric Advisors LLC acquires $1.16 million in Fulgent Genetics, Inc. (NASDAQ: FLGT)

AlphaCentric Advisors LLC has acquired a new stake in Fulgent Genetics, Inc. (Nasdaq: FLGT – Get the rating) in the third quarter, according to the latest 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The fund acquired 30,500 shares of the company’s stock, with an estimated value of $1,163,000. Fulgent Genetics makes up 1.2% of … Read more

Biologists and wildlife advocates cite science to drive Grey’s plan

Laura Lundquist (The Missoula Stream) More than two dozen organizations and scientists have offered critiques of Montana’s proposed grizzly bear management plan, hinting at obstacles that might hinder the delisting. With three days left until the closing of the comment period on the state’s grizzly bear management plan proposed by the Gianforte administration, 27 organizations … Read more

Will the state’s big Medi-Cal plan really fix mental health care for low-income Californians? – Oroville Mercury-Register

It’s been a year since a massive statewide effort was called in CalAIM He began to bring it up. Among the many important changes CalAIM has promised: an overhaul of the availability of mental health care for youth insured by Medi-Cal, the general insurance program for low-income Californians. Youth mental health advocates say they remain … Read more

Boston, we have a problem: The data on mental health and practice is out

Massachusetts has a lot going for it. Harvard there, for example. They also have this funny little way of pronouncing the word “yard” like they’re just throwing it out of their mouths. And oh… I’m sure there’s something else, right? That third thing might be what it takes to make coaching in New England more … Read more

One day, you may be able to eat your way out of the cold

When it comes to curing disease with food, quackery goes too far. Over the centuries, raw garlic has been touted as a home remedy for everything from chlamydia to the common cold. The Renaissance included cures for the plague Figs soaked in hyssop oil. During the 1918 influenza pandemic, Native Americans Onion wolf or raucous … Read more