Economy

US Judge Decides How Much Pharmacies Owe to Opioid Crisis |  Drug News

US Judge Decides How Much Pharmacies Owe to Opioid Crisis | Drug News

About 80 million prescription pain relievers were dispensed in Trumbull County between 2012 and 2016 – 400 for every county resident – while 61 million pills were dispensed in Lake County during that five-year period – 265 pills. for each resident. How much money should CVS, Walgreens, and Walmart pharmacies pay in two Ohio counties …

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Switzerland shows sustained growth in the biotech sector

Switzerland shows sustained growth in the biotech sector

The Swiss Biotech sector again attracted record-breaking investments in 2021, according to the Swiss Biotech Report presented at Swiss Biotech Day 2022 in Basel. Capital investments in Swiss biotech companies reached the second-best amount ever with 3.33 billion francs in the second year of the pandemic, according to the Swiss Biotech Report which was presented …

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Automation isn't the biggest threat to factory jobs in the United States

Automation isn’t the biggest threat to factory jobs in the United States

The number of American workers who quit their jobs during the pandemic, over a fifth of the workforce, may make up one of the largest American trade union movements in recent history. Workers demanded higher pay and better conditions, driven by rising inflation and pandemic awareness that employers expected them to risk their lives for …

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The importance of human capital in the era of automation

The importance of human capital in the era of automation

As new technologies continue to replace workers, technological advancement also creates new occupations depending on the interaction between humans and machines, causing a skill mismatch. Giuseppe Di Giacomo And Benjamin Lerch discuss how workers are responding to the increasing automation of production processes and why human capital adjustments are crucial for future competition on the …

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Pharm Day: College Park Pharmacy Celebrates History, Host In-Room Breakfast |  Local news

Pharm Day: College Park Pharmacy Celebrates History, Host In-Room Breakfast | Local news

College Park Pharmacy has roots that go back to the 1860s. The civil war was over and Andrew Johnson, a native of Greeneville, was president of the United States shortly before being tried for impeachment. Alaska was bought by the United States from Russia for $ 7.2 million, or two cents per acre. Nebraska became …

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The EU starts the consultation on new methods of genetic improvement of plants

EU launches consultation on new breeding methods for plants

The EU Commission has launched the final consultation on the deregulation of new farming techniques in agriculture. he EU Commission has launched the final consultation on the deregulation of new farming techniques in agriculture. A study commissioned by the Commission and published just over a year ago by the JRC, reporting to the EU, concluded …

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TWB collaborates with Processium and Syngulon

TWB collaborates with Processium and Syngulon

Industrial biotechnology project management specialist Toulouse White Biotech (TWB) has joined forces with process developer Processium and industrial start-up synbio Syngulon. With the new partnerships, TWB optimizes the support of projects led by hosted startups and industry partners. Processium specializes in conducting technical and economic studies that allow you to validate the feasibility of a …

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Texas Doctor Admits Accepting Illegal Bribe Payments From Former Settlement Pharmacy |  Crime news

Texas Doctor Admits Accepting Illegal Bribe Payments From Former Settlement Pharmacy | Crime news

A Texas doctor will receive probation based on a plea deal with prosecutors investigating an illegal kickback scheme involving a former Skiatook pharmacy. Dr. Jerry May Keepers, 68, of Kingwood, Texas, admitted Wednesday in Tulsa federal court that he accepted a $ 25,000 payment in January 2014 from a pharmacy-controlled bank. Notably, Keepers pleaded guilty …

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The EU starts the consultation on new methods of genetic improvement of plants

The EU starts the consultation on new methods of genetic improvement of plants

The EU Commission has launched the final consultation on the deregulation of new farming techniques in agriculture. he EU Commission has launched the final consultation on the deregulation of new farming techniques in agriculture. A study commissioned by the Commission and published just over a year ago by the JRC, reporting to the EU, concluded …

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