Study shows surge of emergency room visits since introduction of rideshare e-scooters — ScienceDaily

A Henry Ford Health System physician is sounding the alarm on the rising number of injuries caused from riding electric scooters, calling it a growing public health concern.

In a study of e-scooter injuries, Kathleen Yaremchuk, M.D., chair of the Department of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery, says a review of emergency visits in the last three years shows e-scooter injuries have increased significantly with many of them related to head and neck injuries. The study describes how the types of injuries which include concussions, fractures, contusions and abrasions, lacerations and internal organ injuries have changed since the introduction of e-scooter rideshare systems to the public in September 2017.

The study’s break down on the type of injuries shows that head and neck injuries made up nearly 28% of the total injuries. Results were also broken down by age groups and showed that from 2009 to 2017, patients who

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Survey assesses consumer perceptions of different dining room setups implemented by restaurants amid COVID-19 pandemic — ScienceDaily

Restaurants around the world were forced to shut down their dining rooms at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic earlier this year to comply with stay-at-home orders. While many operations closed for good, others reopened at limited capacity several weeks later, sparking creative solutions to enforce social distancing guidelines, including utilizing mannequins. Others were more conservative and opted to place plastic or glass partitions between tables. But which socially-distanced dining room do consumers prefer?

A study published in the International Journal of Hospitality Managementrevealed that consumer perceptions of the dining room that utilized partitions were significantly greater than those that used mannequins. Scott Taylor, assistant professor at the University of Houston Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management, led the survey of more than 300 people comparing the two servicescapes on the qualities of aesthetics, comfort, safety and cleanliness.

“Results of the current study suggest that consumers

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Worldwide Industry for Clean Room Gloves to 2025

DUBLIN, Oct. 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “Clean Room Glove Market Insights 2020 – Analysis and Forecasts for the Global and Chinese Markets to 2025, by Manufacturers, Regions, Technology, Application, Product Type” report has been added to’s offering.

This report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global Clean Room Glove market with a focus on the Chinese market. The report provides key statistics on the market of Clean Room Glove. It is a valuable source of guidance and direction for companies and individuals interested in Clean Room Glove industry.

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1. The report provides a basic overview of Clean Room Glove industry including: definition, applications and manufacturing technology.
2. The report explores Global and Chinese major players in Clean Room Glove market. In this part, the report presents the company profile, product specifications, capacity, production

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Hotel thief leaves smartphone in room after seeing the light: Orange Police Blotter


Disturbance, theft, simple assault: Orange Place

Police responded to the Hampton Inn around 3:30 a.m. on Sept. 25 after a Cleveland woman, 22, initially reported someone was crawling out of her second-floor window. She later explained that she had met a Cleveland man, 28, in the parking lot and invited him up to her room, but when he became too intoxicated, she asked him to leave.

An argument ensued, and when the man punched her in the face, she struck him with a lamp before he fled with $200 that belonged to her. The desk clerk said he refused when the frantic suspect came to the lobby and asked to be let back in the room in order to retrieve the iPhone he had left behind, at which point he went out through the main entrance.

Police and hotel staff later found the room’s broken door knob

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Coffee table books that bring the wonders of our planet into your living room

Spruce up your coffee table by investing in some beautiful books for you and your guests to peruse. Start off your collection by grabbing one (or two) eye-grabbing Earth focused compendiums. Learn more about our planet, gaze at stunning images, and wow your friends while keeping clutter to a minimum. A coffee table book takes us just the right amount of space and will leave your home feeling ordered and organized but never boring. From the plains to the oceans, check out some of our favorite Earth focused books and start planning out your table arrangement.

a view of a city at night: See the world in all sorts of new ways.

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See the world in all sorts of new ways.

text: Get ready to explore.

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Get ready to explore.

This book is the most extensive collection of Art Wolfe’s work and you don’t want to miss it. Wolfe has dedicated his life to exploring, understanding, and photographing the world’s richest

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Synnex Still Has Room to Run

– By Nicholas Kitonyi

Shares of Synnex Corp. (NYSE:SNX) surged more than 7% on Wednesday after another impressive performance in the third quarter. The company announced results on Tuesday after the market closed that beat analysts’ expectations on revenue and earnings.

Synnex Still Has Room to Run
Synnex Still Has Room to Run

Shares of the company are now up about 11.77% over the last 30 days and about 115% since bottoming on March 18. This results in a net year-to-date gain of just 8.85%.

Factoring in the company’s third-quarter earnings results, Synnex’s trailing 12-month price-earnings ratio now stands at about 11.19. This prices the stock below the Peter Lynch earnings line of 15. At the current price of about $141.87 per share, Synnex’s stock has the potential to rally toward $190 per share before the end of the year.

For reference, Synnex posted non-GAAP earnings of $4.26 per share in the fourth quarter of 2019.

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