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The American Academy of Neurology is working with the NFL Players Association to educate the league’s athletes on how to better take care of themselves in the event of a big hit or head injury.
Last month’s flooding in Louisiana damaged thousands of cars. The National Insurance Crime Bureau wants to ensure none of those end up bought by the unwitting.
The Electronic Retailing Association’s new Industry Women’s Council will give women members increased networking opportunities while bolstering recruitment and retention efforts for the greater organization.
Natural disasters have struck the U.S. frequently in recent years, leaving devastation in their wake. The National Electrical Manufacturers Association has issued amended equipment assessment guidelines to ensure better safety measures as a result of repairs following a major tragedy.
Dog owners are much more likely to take their furry friends to the veterinarian than cat owners. A consortium of feline-related associations and a major pet food company launched a campaign to change that.
The voice of the aluminum industry will now accept individuals as members. Aluminum Association executives hope the structure change will bring academics and other experts into the fold as it pushes its recruitment efforts.
More than two decades after issuing rules and regulations for nonprofits on how to present and share their financials, the Financial Accounting Standards Board hopes to simplify things for these organizations, as well as their donors, by issuing new guidelines.
Key figures in the sports world want the increasingly popular mixed martial arts fighters to unionize. Launching the Professional Fighters Association is seen as the way to do that.
The Colorado Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association saw the bind new federal regulations were putting its members in and reacted accordingly: by holding mock FDA food safety inspections.