WEF 2023: ProjectTogether receives the Schwab Foundation Collective Social Innovation Award recognizing the power of collaborative action

Davos, January 18, 2023. The non-profit organization ProjectTogether received the Schwab Foundation’s Collective Social Innovation Award 2023 at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos. As the first award winner in this category, the Schwab Foundation recognizes ProjectTogether for its new approach to orchestrate collaborative action between bottom-up innovators and top-down institutions to create impact.… Read More »

Melatonin as a Potential Treatment for SARS-CoV-2

More than 140 scientific studies suggest melatonin is a useful agent for treating SARS-CoV-2, according to research published in Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences.1 Despite this, and its known antiviral and anti-inflammatory effects, melatonin has received little attention as a countermeasure for COVID-19. After reviewing the published literature related to melatonin and SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19 in November… Read More »

#Thankyou: NPO One Life launches the first Vienna International Pride Awards

Austrian NPO One Life launches the Vienna International Pride Awards It is the first global event and campaign to recognize LGBTIQ+ equality change makers #ThankYou campaign leading to the Awards kicks off on International Thank You Day It’s time to say “Thank You”: on International Thank You Day – January 11, 2023, Vienna-based NPO, One… Read More »

University of Bristol’s Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship partners with Genie AI to provide free legal contracts for next generation of entrepreneurs

25% of its Centre of Innovation and Entrepreneurship graduates go on to start their own company Partnership will provide new, existing, and alumni students triple the normal free access to Genie AI’s legal library with all the contract templates and clauses they need to start and scale a business to Series A Bristol, UK; 6th… Read More »

How Oxalates Can Wreck Your Health

In this interview, Sally Norton, author of “Toxic Superfoods: How Oxalate Overload Is Making You Sick — and How to Get Better,” reviews how and why even foods we’ve been told are healthy can wreak havoc on your health. As the title of the book implies, the main culprit in question is oxalate or oxalic… Read More »

Decrease Your Risk of Alzheimer’s With This

More than 6 million U.S. adults have Alzheimer’s disease. By 2050, this number is expected to increase to nearly 13 million.1 Despite its growing prevalence, there is no known cure for Alzheimer’s disease and conventional treatments are lacking. So, researchers with the Cleveland Clinic analyzed 1,600 approved drugs in the hopes that one of them… Read More »

Spreading the festive cheer to our NHS heroes

UK entries for the World’s Best Nurse award have been extended to 10th January 2023 Nominations can come from members of the public wishing to celebrate their NHS heroes, or from nurses themselves The winner will be announced on International Nurses Day (23rd May) 22nd December, London: Brits looking to spread the festive cheer this… Read More »