Synapse Summit showcases the Sunshine State’s business ascendance
Like the rest of the country, Florida has had a challenging year. The state’s first coronavirus restrictions began more than a year ago. Companies, statewide, have had to adjust to a changing business environment. The Sunshine State has met its enterprise challenges, drawing companies nationwide, since the coronavirus began. Like Texas, Florida has become a
Tampa Bay-based Fear of Rain humanizes mental health
About 4 in 10 American adults reported symptoms of anxiety, or depression, in January of 2021. By comparison, only one in ten adults reported such symptoms before the coronavirus era, from January to June 2019. As more working Americans are affected by their mental health, they are protected by robust legislation that criminalizes employment discrimination.
Shriners Hospitals for Children leverages genetics to pinpoint the causes of medical conditions
Many an organization, or individual, can claim to be on the cutting edge of their field or industry. How many of them can back up that claim? Shriners Hospitals for Children can. As society deepens its understanding of the genetic bases of addiction, mental health conditions and diseases, Shriners is serving its young patients with