After wowing us with shows like ‘Love is Blind’, ‘Selling Sunset’, and ‘Indian Matchmaking’, Netflix is all set to knock our socks off with its upcoming home makeover show called ‘Dream Home Makeover’. The show will be following husband and wife Syd and Shea McGee as they juggle between their interior designing business and raising their two daughters. Read on to know more about the show.
‘Dream Home Makeover’ is set to premiere on Friday, October 16, on Netflix. Following which it will be available for streaming on Netflix.
The six-episode series follows Syd and Shea McGee, who are building their own dream home, while also running their business ventures- Studio McGee and McGee and Co. Each half-hour episode features the makeover of a client’s home into their dream abode. In case you thought that the pockets of all of the McGee’s clients would be very deep,
Ipsen today announced the presentation of 12 abstracts during the 11th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation (WCNR) (wcnr-congress.org), taking place virtually between 7-11 October 2020.1-13
Spasticity is a disabling condition in adults and children, characterized by velocity-dependent muscle hyperactivity. It is the consequence of many neurological diseases, such as stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS), Traumatic Brain and Spinal Cord Injury and Cerebral Palsy. Spasticity can have significant impact on the lives of patients, causing multi-level disability, including impaired walking and hand use, pain, disfigurement and contractures.14 Cervical dystonia is a rare disorder of unknown origin in most of the primary cases, characterized by involuntary contractions of the neck muscles.15
“Our goal at Ipsen is to put the patient at the center of everything we do; our research aims to understand and address the unmet
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (PRESS RELEASE) – Federal courts have imposed final judgments on two defendants in connection with the unlawful release of asbestos during a commercial renovation project in Cheyenne in 2015. The project involved the building at 2100 Pioneer Avenue, which Dr. Richard S. Cutler had purchased for use as a dental office. Despite a prior inspection that confirmed the presence of asbestos in the building, Dr. Cutler’s contractor, Jacob Lee Davis, began renovation work at the building without conducting proper abatement or taking various other measures required by federal law and regulations. A subsequent investigation by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) confirmed several workers had been exposed or potentially exposed to asbestos during the renovation project.
“The results in these cases demonstrate the Department of Justice’s commitment to protecting public health and safety,” said U.S. Attorney Mark A. Klaassen. “The defendants