Salix To Present Data For Products Across Its Portfolio At The American College Of Gastroenterology 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting

Eleven Scientific Posters to be Featured

– Bausch Health Companies Inc. (NYSETSX: BHC) (“Bausch Health”) and its gastroenterology (GI) business, Salix Pharmaceuticals, (“Salix”), one of the largest specialty pharmaceutical companies in the world committed to the prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal diseases, today announced 11 scientific posters presenting data that span Salix’s portfolio at the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) 2020 Virtual Annual Scientific Meeting, taking place Oct. 23-28, 2020 .

“Salix continues to demonstrate its longstanding commitment to the GI community by presenting this broad collection of clinical data that span our portfolio at ACG.  We look forward to

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In College Students, COVID-19 Has Increased Depression Rate and Raised New Barriers to Mental Health Care | The Brink

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting significant stress on college students, many of whom are worried about increasing financial pressures caused by the pandemic and the lack of easily accessible mental health care. Those are two of the troubling findings of a survey of more than 18,000 college students on 14 campuses, published July 9 by the Healthy Minds Network, which found the rate of depression among college students has increased since the start of the pandemic. The survey, conducted between March and May of this year in collaboration with the American College Health Association, focused on students’ attitudes,

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UH College of Technology Receives Transformative Gift from Sugar Land’s HCSS, Inc.

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A nearly $2 million gift to the College of Technology will endow scholarships and support new infrastructure in its UH at Sugar Land building.

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In recognition of the gift, the first floor of the College of Technology building in Sugar Land will be named the HCSS Floor.


The gift is a memorial to Sophie Rydin, wife of HCSS CEO, Mike Rydin.

The University of Houston College of Technology is the recipient of a nearly $2 million gift to endow scholarships and support new infrastructure in its University of Houston at Sugar Land building. The gift generously comes from Heavy Construction

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University Technology Colleges failing younger students



Young people who join a University Technical College (UTC) at the age of 14 do far worse on average in their GCSEs than similar teenagers at other schools, according to a new study from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

The research carried out by LSE’s Centre for Vocational Education Research shows students who enrol in UTCs at age 14 (Year 10) are 26 percentage points less likely to get at least five good GCSE grades than similar students who are not in UTCs.

For those joining at 16 (Year 12), UTCs boost vocational

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Pandemic Pushes Steep Drop in Foreign College Students | Ohio News


TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) — Just two semesters short of earning a cybersecurity master’s degree in the U.S., Sai Naini is stuck in India, unsure what his future holds.

He rushed home this summer after learning that his father was in failing health after being diagnosed with COVID-19, making it to his hospital bedside only four hours before he died.

“He was emotional; he was in tears,” Naini said. “I was fortunate to see him. I think he was waiting to see someone who would take care of my mother, and then he

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