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Inspire unveils critical rare disease patient insights at NORD 2021

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ARLINGTON, Va., Oct. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Inspire, the vital health community for millions of patients and caregivers, will present insights and findings from patient journeys and experiences from two rare disease studies in the virtual poster hall, in the Patient Community Building in Rare Diseases category at this year’s NORD Rare Diseases and Orphan Products Breakthrough Summit, October 18-19, 2021.

The first study, “Motivations for joining rare disease online support communities,” conducted by Inspire in collaboration with Inspire community partners, Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research (FSR) and Neurofibromatosis Network (NF Network). Through written reflections, 20 interviews, and a survey with 139 respondents, this study explored why rare disease patients and caregivers initially join online support communities versus why individuals stay in these communities over time.

Inspire supports over 700,000 patients affected by rare diseases, with about 46,000 members affected by neurofibromatosis and over 100,000 members affected by sarcoidosis. Brian Loew, CEO of Inspire, adds, “I’ve been humbled by the growth and engagement in our rare disease groups. Studies like these will help us continue to improve engagement while preserving trust in the community, and through our research platform we empower patients to share real world insights with the medical research community.”

According to Kim Bischoff, Executive Director, Neurofibromatosis Network, “We are thankful for our partnership with Inspire and look forward to continuing our work on the many opportunities to enhance the neurofibromatosis community that this research has identified.”

This poster received a top score and will include a short video presentation, along with the poster.

“We, at FSR, believe community and peer engagement are essential for navigating the challenges of living with a chronic rare disease, like sarcoidosis,” says Mary McGowan, CEO of FSR.  “We are proud to partner with Inspire on the Stop Sarcoidosis Support Community to provide this much-needed space for those living with sarcoidosis to come together and share experiences. We look forward to exploring ways to expand our efforts together in support of the sarcoidosis community in the future.”

The second study, “Symptomatology around menopause in patients with Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes and hypermobility spectrum disorders,” was conducted in collaboration with Inspire community partner The Ehlers-Danlos Society. This study, including a survey of more than a thousand patients with a type of Ehlers-Danlos syndromes (EDS) or hypermobility spectrum disorders (HSD), attempted to gain a deeper understanding of changes in EDS or HSD symptoms that may occur during and after menopause.

“The Ehlers-Danlos Society recognizes the lack of research on the important topic of menopause in those with types of EDS and HSD. We are grateful to have this opportunity to partner with Inspire to learn more about how this significant life stage is experienced by those in our community,” says Shani Weber, Community Education Director.

About Inspire

Inspire is the vital partner to the research and medical community, delivering actionable insights for better care, treatments and outcomes. Insights from Inspire’s over two million members offer deep understanding of myriad conditions and their impact on patients. Inspire partners with over a hundred patient advocacy organizations such as FSR, NF Network, and The Ehlers-Danlos Society. Visit us at inspire.com or corp.inspire.com.

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Sprint Sanyo Taho E4100 by Kyocera 3G 2.0 Megapixel Camera Clamshell Cell Phone

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The Sanyo Taho by Kyocera is a ruggedized clamshell device that meets Mil-specs included shock, vibration, extreme temperatures and more. Other key features include a 2MP camera with LED flash and video capture, data tethering, and Bluetooth technology. Other Features: Java Applications, 40 mb internal memory, memory card microSD slot, web browser, organizer, phone book, Hearing Aid compatible.

Video capture, PictBridge, multi-shot, brightness, white balance functions, night mode, dedicated key
Bluetooth, 2.5 mm Headset Jack
Wi-Fi, Memory Card Slot
GPS, Music Player, Speaker Phone

2021 Newest Dell Business Laptop Vostro 5510, 15.6″ FHD LED Backlight Display, i7-11370H, 32GB RAM, 1TB SSD, Webcam, Backlit Keyboard, Fingerprint Reader, WiFi 6, Thunderbolt 4, Win 10 Pro

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【Memory & Storage】32GB high-bandwidth DDR4 RAM to smoothly run multiple applications and browser tabs all at once. 1TB PCIe NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive provides fast bootup, ample storage space and speedy data transfer; Additional PCIe M.2 slot available for adding more storage space
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NASA to Provide TV Coverage of Russian Station Cargo Ship Activities

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WASHINGTON, Oct. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — NASA will provide coverage as an uncrewed Russian cargo spacecraft arrives to a new port at the International Space Station this week, and as another Russian freighter launches and docks to the orbiting outpost next week.

The Progress 78 spacecraft will undock from the station at 7:42 p.m. EDT Wednesday, Oct. 20. While there will be no live coverage of the undocking, NASA TV, the agency’s website, and the NASA app will offer live coverage of the rendezvous and redocking beginning at 11:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 21.

After undocking from the station’s Poisk module, Progress 78 will back out to a distance of 120 miles from the space station for a period of just over 24 hours to allow for station keeping. The spacecraft will then make an automated docking at 12:23 a.m. Friday, Oct. 22, to the Nauka Multipurpose Laboratory Module.

The maneuver will position Progress 78 to conduct leak checks of the Nauka module’s propellant lines before they are used with the new module’s thrusters for orientation control of the station. Progress 78 arrived at the station in July and will depart in late November.

The new Progress 79 cargo craft will launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 27 (5 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 28, Baikonur time). Progress 79 launch overage on NASA TV, the agency’s website, and the NASA app will begin at 7:45 p.m.

Loaded with almost three tons of food, fuel, and supplies for the station crew, the resupply ship will dock to the aft port of the Zvezda service module at 9:34 p.m. Friday, Oct. 29. Live coverage of docking will begin at 8:45 p.m.

For more than 20 years, humans have lived and worked continuously aboard the International Space Station, advancing scientific knowledge and demonstrating new technologies, making research breakthroughs not possible on Earth. As a global endeavor, 246 people from 19 countries have visited the unique microgravity laboratory that has hosted more than 3,000 research and educational investigations from researchers in 108 countries and areas.

Get breaking news, images, and features from the space station by following @space_station and @ISS_Research on Twitter as well as the ISS Facebook and ISS Instagram accounts.

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California housing market rebounds in September as existing home sales reverse four-month decline, C.A.R. reports

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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — California home sales closed out the third quarter by reversing a four-month decline and posting the largest monthly increase in more than a year, the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (C.A.R.) said today.

Infographic: https://www.car.org/Global/Infographics/California-September-2021-Sales-and-Price-Report

Closed escrow sales of existing, single-family detached homes in California totaled a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 438,190 in September, according to information collected by C.A.R. from more than 90 local REALTOR® associations and MLSs statewide. The statewide annualized sales figure represents what would be the total number of homes sold during 2021 if sales maintained the September pace throughout the year. It is adjusted to account for seasonal factors that typically influence home sales.

September’s sales pace was up 5.6 percent on a monthly basis from 414,860 in August and down 10.5 percent from a year ago, when 489,590 homes were sold on an annualized basis. The month-to-month increase was the largest since August 2020, and despite a continued decline from the prior year, statewide sales maintained a 16.8 percent increase on a year-to-date basis.

“As we move into the off-homebuying season, we should see market competition easing and home prices moderating, giving those who waited out the highly competitive market earlier this year an opportunity to revisit buying,” said C.A.R. President Dave Walsh. “Interest rates are expected to remain low and the availability of homes for sale should improve, which should boost homebuying interest and spur sales.”

After setting another record in August, California’s median home price declined to $808,890, down 2.3 percent from $827,940 in August. The September price was 13.5 percent higher than the $712,430 recorded last September. The median price in California remained above the $800,000 benchmark for the sixth consecutive month but the double-digit price year-over-year price gain was the smallest in 14 months. A change in the mix of sales, once again, played a role in the change in the statewide median price, as the sales share of million-dollar continued to shrink on a month-to-month basis, and prices in the high-end market have been growing at a slower pace than the low-end market in the past two months.

“With the economic recovery remaining on course but progressing at a pace slower than anticipated, rates are expected to rise modestly in the next few months but will remain low,” said C.A.R. Vice President and Chief Economist Jordan Levine. “While statewide home sales are expected to dip slightly next year according to our latest forecast, housing demand will remain solid and post the second highest level of sales in the past five years. The market will stay competitive in 2022 as the normalization continues, and home prices will remain elevated,” said Levine.

Other key points from C.A.R.’s September 2021 resale housing report include:

  • At the regional level, sales for all five major regions dipped on a year-over-year basis in September, with two regions dropping by double-digits last month. The Far North region continued to have the biggest sales decline (-18.8 percent) from a year ago, as the negative effects of the Dixie Fire lingered on, significantly impacting sales in three of the six counties in the region. Central Coast also fell by more than 10 percent in sales, with all counties but Santa Cruz dropping by double-digits. Central Valley (-6.2 percent), San Francisco Bay Area (-7.0 percent), and Southern California also dipped in sales from last year, but the declines were more modest at the regional level. Marin (-39.2 percent), Glenn (-38.9 percent), and Napa (-32.2 percent) were three counties that fell more than 30 percent in September.
  • All but 10 of 51 counties tracked by C.A.R. posted a year-over-year decrease in closed sales in September, with 32 counties declining by more than 10 percent in sales from last year. Lassen had the sharpest sales decline from a year ago at -52.9 percent, followed by El Dorado (-48.2 percent), and Mono (-40.0 percent). Two of these counties were threatened by wildfires in the past couple of months, and as a result, negatively affected housing demand. Counties with a sales drop from last year had an average decrease of -19.7 percent in September. Ten counties experienced a year-over-year sales growth in September, a decline from 13 counties from the prior month. Yuba (50.7 percent) had the largest sales gain from last year, followed by Del Norte (10.0 percent), and Merced (8.2 percent).
  • Median prices in all of the major regions continued to grow on a year-over-year basis, with three of them increasing by double-digits in September. The San Francisco Bay Area had the largest jump (21.7 percent) of all regions, followed by the Central Valley (15.4 percent), Southern California (15.0 percent), the Central Coast (5.8 percent), and the Far North (5.7 percent). While the gain in median price was still solid in all regions, the September year-over-year growth rate for every region, except the San Francisco Bay Area, was the smallest in 2021.
  • Home prices continued to exhibit strong growth from last year, with 44 out of 51 counties tracked by C.A.R. showing a year-over-year gain from 12 months ago, and 38 of them increased more than 10 percent from last September. Del Norte had the largest growth of 42.0 percent, followed by Humboldt (24.6 percent) and Alameda (23.8 percent). Seven counties set new record high median prices in September as compared to four counties in the prior month. Six counties had a drop in their county median price, with Lassen falling the most at -24.8 percent, followed by Glenn (-5.8 percent) and Monterey (-3.9 percent).
  • California’s housing supply leveled off in September as the market transitioned into the off season. Three out of five counties reported by C.A.R. declined in active listings from last September, with 24 of them dropping by 10 percent or more year-over-year. Marin had the largest decline in supply from a year ago, falling 52.8 percent from September 2020. Four other counties including Orange (-46.3 percent), San Luis Obispo (-42.6 percent), San Mateo (-40.5 percent), and Mono (-32.9 percent) also plunged more than 30 percent from the same month last year. Over one-third of the reported counties improved in housing supply from a year ago though. In fact, active listings in fourteen counties surged from last year by double-digits. Santa Barbara led the pack with a year-over-year growth rate of 93.6 percent, followed by Lake (55.9 percent), and Merced (44.1 percent).
  • Market competitiveness cooled down slightly in September as both sales growth and price growth slowed in September. While the state median sales-price-to-list-price ratio remained above the 100 percent benchmark at the end of the third quarter, it was the lowest level in seven months. Six out of ten homes (62.2 percent) still sold above asking price in the latest monthly report, but it was also the lowest level since February 2021.
  • September’s Unsold Inventory Index (UII) was unchanged from 1.9 months in August and was slightly below last year’s level of 2.0 months. The index indicates the number of months it would take to sell the supply of homes on the market at the current rate of sales.
  • The median number of days it took to sell a California single-family home inched up from 9 days in August to 10 days in September and was slightly lower than the 11 days in September 2020.
  • C.A.R.’s statewide sales-price-to-list-price ratio* was 101.9 percent in September 2021 and 100 percent in September 2020.
  • The statewide average price per square foot** for an existing single-family home remained elevated. September’s price per square foot was $393, up from $321 in September a year ago.
  • The 30-year, fixed-mortgage interest rate averaged 2.90 percent in September, up from 2.89 percent in September 2020, according to Freddie Mac. The five-year, adjustable mortgage interest rate was an average of 2.45 percent, compared to 2.98 percent in September 2020.

Note:  The County MLS median price and sales data in the tables are generated from a survey of more than 90 associations of REALTORS® throughout the state and represent statistics of existing single-family detached homes only. County sales data are not adjusted to account for seasonal factors that can influence home sales. Movements in sales prices should not be interpreted as changes in the cost of a standard home. The median price is where half sold for more and half sold for less; medians are more typical than average prices, which are skewed by a relatively small share of transactions at either the lower end or the upper end. Median prices can be influenced by changes in cost, as well as changes in the characteristics and the size of homes sold. The change in median prices should not be construed as actual price changes in specific homes.

*Sales-to-list-price ratio is an indicator that reflects the negotiation power of home buyers and home sellers under current market conditions. The ratio is calculated by dividing the final sales price of a property by its last list price and is expressed as a percentage. A sales-to-list ratio with 100 percent or above suggests that the property sold for more than the list price, and a ratio below 100 percent indicates that the price sold below the asking price.

**Price per square foot is a measure commonly used by real estate agents and brokers to determine how much a square foot of space a buyer will pay for a property. It is calculated as the sale price of the home divided by the number of finished square feet. C.A.R. currently tracks price-per-square foot statistics for 50 counties.

Leading the way…® in California real estate for more than 110 years, the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® (www.car.org) is one of the largest state trade organizations in the United States with more than 200,000 members dedicated to the advancement of professionalism in real estate. C.A.R. is headquartered in Los Angeles.

September 2021 County Sales and Price Activity

(Regional and condo sales data not seasonally adjusted)

September 2021

Median Sold Price of Existing Single-Family Homes

Sales

State/Region/County

Sept.

2021

Aug.

2021


Sept.

2020


Price MTM% Chg

Price YTY% Chg

 Sales MTM% Chg

 Sales YTY% Chg

Calif. Single-family home

$808,890

$827,940


$712,430


-2.3%

13.5%

5.6%

-10.5%

Calif. Condo/Townhome

$600,000

$600,000


$527,000


0.0%

13.9%

-4.1%

0.1%

Los Angeles Metro Area

$730,000

$731,000


$630,000


-0.1%

15.9%

2.4%

-7.8%

Central Coast

$886,900

$905,000


$838,500


-2.0%

5.8%

-9.1%

-16.9%

Central Valley

$450,000

$450,000


$390,000


0.0%

15.4%

-2.1%

-6.2%

Far North

$370,000

$387,000


$349,900


-4.4%

5.7%

-0.5%

-18.8%

Inland Empire

$520,000

$520,000


$445,000


0.0%

16.9%

3.6%

-12.8%

San Francisco Bay Area

$1,290,000

$1,265,000


$1,060,000


2.0%

21.7%

-6.8%

-7.0%

Southern California

$755,000

$760,000


$656,750


-0.7%

15.0%

1.5%

-8.3%











San Francisco Bay Area










Alameda

$1,300,000

$1,300,000


$1,050,000


0.0%

23.8%

-7.4%

4.8%

Contra Costa

$897,000

$889,500


$783,000


0.8%

14.6%

-6.6%

-16.0%

Marin

$1,710,000

$1,560,000


$1,550,000


9.6%

10.3%

-14.6%

-39.2%

Napa

$950,000

$900,000


$900,000


5.6%

5.6%

-17.1%

-32.2%

San Francisco

$1,750,000

$1,850,000


$1,665,000


-5.4%

5.1%

-2.9%

1.7%

San Mateo

$1,975,000

$1,925,000


$1,772,500


2.6%

11.4%

3.9%

-0.7%

Santa Clara

$1,630,000

$1,655,000


$1,402,500


-1.5%

16.2%

-3.1%

2.9%

Solano

$570,000

$590,000


$499,950


-3.4%

14.0%

-13.8%

-19.6%

Sonoma

$754,000

$770,000


$715,000


-2.1%

5.5%

-13.4%

-3.8%

Southern California










Los Angeles

$886,050

$830,070


$766,010

r

6.7%

15.7%

6.2%

1.6%

Orange

$1,100,000

$1,100,000


$915,000


0.0%

20.2%

-4.9%

-14.4%

Riverside

$570,000

$570,000


$480,000


0.0%

18.8%

2.7%

-14.8%

San Bernardino

$437,000

$435,000


$359,900


0.5%

21.4%

5.2%

-9.5%

San Diego

$850,000

$835,000


$735,000


1.8%

15.6%

-2.1%

-10.4%

Ventura

$815,000

$853,000


$787,500


-4.5%

3.5%

-5.6%

-10.6%

Central Coast










Monterey

$826,250

$827,500


$860,000


-0.2%

-3.9%

-15.3%

-22.4%

San Luis Obispo

$755,000

$770,000


$684,500


-1.9%

10.3%

-8.1%

-12.6%

Santa Barbara

$1,000,000

$1,111,960


$1,000,000


-10.1%

0.0%

-0.4%

-22.7%

Santa Cruz

$1,190,000

$1,255,000


$1,062,500


-5.2%

12.0%

-14.0%

-5.6%

Central Valley










Fresno

$380,000

$375,000


$325,000


1.3%

16.9%

-5.1%

6.2%

Glenn

$327,500

$302,500


$347,520


8.3%

-5.8%

-21.4%

-38.9%

Kern

$341,500

$326,000


$292,000


4.8%

17.0%

-11.4%

-10.7%

Kings

$320,000

$310,000


$264,000


3.2%

21.2%

-10.7%

-8.9%

Madera

$375,000

$377,500


$331,120


-0.7%

13.3%

15.3%

-11.2%

Merced

$370,000

$369,250


$300,500


0.2%

23.1%

2.3%

8.2%

Placer

$650,000

$643,750


$530,000


1.0%

22.6%

-11.7%

-16.7%

Sacramento

$507,000

$515,000


$439,000


-1.6%

15.5%

0.3%

-8.3%

San Benito

$792,500

$774,510


$687,000


2.3%

15.4%

-9.1%

-10.4%

San Joaquin

$515,000

$514,480


$435,000


0.1%

18.4%

13.8%

-3.7%

Stanislaus

$440,000

$435,000


$375,000


1.1%

17.3%

-1.0%

0.8%

Tulare

$320,000

$317,500


$275,000


0.8%

16.4%

-3.3%

-7.5%

Far North










Butte

$440,880

$435,000


$403,300


1.4%

9.3%

-3.5%

-20.0%

Lassen

$205,000

$204,500


$272,500


0.2%

-24.8%

-44.8%

-52.9%

Plumas

$397,000

$397,500


$412,000


-0.1%

-3.6%

53.3%

-39.5%

Shasta

$365,000

$389,900


$331,500


-6.4%

10.1%

-5.1%

-11.4%

Siskiyou

$315,000

$327,500


$267,950


-3.8%

17.6%

21.4%

-15.0%

Tehama

$315,000

$349,000


$285,000


-9.7%

10.5%

13.5%

-10.6%

Other CA Counties










Amador

$432,500

$425,000


$359,900


1.8%

20.2%

26.7%

-30.3%

Calaveras

$468,500

$485,000


$392,000


-3.4%

19.5%

-4.3%

-13.8%

Del Norte

$437,500

$357,500


$308,000


22.4%

42.0%

0.0%

10.0%

El Dorado

$650,000

$680,890


$588,000


-4.5%

10.5%

-23.8%

-48.2%

Humboldt

$430,000

$408,500


$345,000


5.3%

24.6%

-4.4%

-2.3%

Lake

$372,120

$335,000


$307,500


11.1%

21.0%

-24.7%

-38.6%

Mariposa

$459,000

$475,000


$457,500


-3.4%

0.3%

-19.0%

-34.6%

Mendocino

$500,000

$533,000


$500,250


-6.2%

0.0%

-13.3%

-16.1%

Mono

$844,500

$819,500


$875,000


3.1%

-3.5%

5.0%

-40.0%

Nevada

$549,500

$570,950


$478,750


-3.8%

14.8%

-7.2%

-33.3%

Sutter

$410,000

$400,000


$351,000


2.5%

16.8%

-11.6%

5.6%

Tuolumne

$382,500

$389,000


$325,000


-1.7%

17.7%

1.7%

-23.4%

Yolo

$612,500

$595,000


$530,000


2.9%

15.6%

-2.0%

-25.0%

Yuba

$409,900

$410,000


$342,000


0.0%

19.9%

-7.0%

50.7%

r = revised

September 2021 County Unsold Inventory and Days on Market

(Regional and condo sales data not seasonally adjusted)

September 2021

Unsold Inventory Index

Median Time on Market

State/Region/County

Sept.

2021

Aug.

2021


Sept.

2020


Sept.

2021

Aug.

2021


Sept.

2020

Calif. Single-family home

1.9

1.9


2.0


10.0

9.0


11.0

Calif. Condo/Townhome

1.7

1.7


2.5


10.0

10.0


14.0

Los Angeles Metro Area

1.9

2.0


2.2


10.0

9.0


11.0

Central Coast

1.9

1.8


1.8


10.0

9.0


12.0

Central Valley

1.9

1.8


1.8


8.0

7.0


7.0

Far North

2.9

3.0


2.6


18.0

11.0


24.0

Inland Empire

2.1

2.2


2.0


11.0

10.0


13.0

San Francisco Bay Area

1.6

1.5


1.9


11.0

11.0


13.0

Southern California

1.9

1.9


2.1


10.0

9.0


10.0











San Francisco Bay Area










Alameda

1.4

1.3


1.6


10.0

9.0


10.5

Contra Costa

1.5

1.4


1.5


9.0

8.0


9.0

Marin

1.9

1.6


2.1


12.5

14.0


21.0

Napa

3.4

2.7


2.9


37.0

33.0


51.0

San Francisco

2.3

1.7


2.9


13.0

13.0


16.5

San Mateo

1.5

1.5


2.3


9.0

9.0


11.0

Santa Clara

1.4

1.4


1.8


9.0

8.0


9.0

Solano

1.6

1.3


1.7


27.0

23.0


29.0

Sonoma

2.1

1.8


2.4


34.0

34.0


43.0

Southern California










Los Angeles

2.0

2.0


2.3


10.0

9.0


9.0

Orange

1.5

1.6


2.2


8.0

8.0


10.0

Riverside

2.0

2.0


2.1


11.0

10.0


12.0

San Bernardino

2.3

2.4


2.0


11.0

10.0


14.0

San Diego

1.6

1.7


1.7


9.0

8.0


7.0

Ventura

1.9

1.9


2.0


24.0

20.0


30.0

Central Coast










Monterey

2.2

2.1


2.2


10.0

9.0


10.0

San Luis Obispo

1.8

1.7


2.4


9.0

8.0


11.0

Santa Barbara

1.7

1.8


0.8


9.0

9.0


13.5

Santa Cruz

1.8

1.6


2.0


11.0

12.0


12.0

Central Valley










Fresno

1.9

1.8


2.2


7.0

7.0


6.0

Glenn

3.7

3.1


3.4


22.0

7.5


15.0

Kern

2.1

1.8


2.1


8.0

8.0


8.5

Kings

2.0

1.8


1.7


6.0

6.0


5.0

Madera

2.9

3.2


2.4


14.0

11.0


18.0

Merced

2.0

2.0


1.8


7.0

10.0


11.5

Placer

1.8

1.5


1.7


8.0

7.0


9.0

Sacramento

1.7

1.7


1.5


8.0

7.0


7.0

San Benito

2.2

2.0


2.1


11.0

11.0


13.0

San Joaquin

1.8

2.2


1.7


10.0

8.0


8.0

Stanislaus

1.8

1.8


1.7


9.0

7.0


6.0

Tulare

2.1

2.1


2.2


6.0

7.0


8.0

Far North










Butte

2.4

2.2


1.9


9.0

8.0


6.0

Lassen

7.3

4.3


3.4


109.0

102.0


90.0

Plumas

4.1

6.4


3.4


87.0

59.0


109.0

Shasta

2.6

2.4


2.5


13.0

8.0


14.0

Siskiyou

3.8

4.8


3.1


20.0

13.0


39.0

Tehama

3.2

4.1


3.6


46.0

40.0


50.0

Other CA Counties










Amador

2.3

2.9


2.3


14.0

10.5


34.0

Calaveras

2.7

2.6


2.8


56.0

52.0


58.0

Del Norte

4.5

4.7


5.9


89.5

68.5


140.5

El Dorado

2.7

2.0


1.8


13.0

12.0


29.0

Humboldt

2.4

2.4


2.5


10.0

11.0


10.0

Lake

5.2

3.9


2.8


17.0

13.0


31.0

Mariposa

4.3

3.4


3.7

r

7.0

27.0


29.0

Mendocino

4.3

3.7


4.3


45.5

50.0


59.0

Mono

2.6

2.7


2.4


82.0

71.0


82.0

Nevada

3.1

2.6


2.2


12.0

12.0


14.0

Sutter

2.1

1.7


1.8


11.0

8.0


7.0

Tuolumne

2.5

2.7


2.2


12.0

10.5


36.0

Yolo

1.6

1.8


1.5


8.0

9.0


9.5

Yuba

1.8

1.6


2.1


7.0

7.0


12.0

r = revised

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HPIL Announces it has Closed the Sale NFT Procurement to Stargaze Entertainment Group

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VANCOUVER, BC, Oct. 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — NFT Procurement a division of HPIL Holding (the “Company”) (OTC: HPIL) previously announced that it had signed a Letter of Intent with Stargaze Entertainment Group (OTC:STGZ) to acquire NFT Procurement a division of HPIL and as of October 15th, 2021 has closed the transaction.

The transaction will give NFT Procurement a better home, where it holds over 140 Domain names of Celebrities, Athletes and Politicians, (www.nft.nameinserted.com).

The sale is where in exchange Stargaze Entertainment Group will issue Sixty Million shares to HPIL Holding where then HPIL will be filing a registration statement within 30 days to then be able to disperse the shares to HPIL shareholders on a designated plan.

“The update on the OTC review is that we are truly 1-2 days away as the delay has been due to legal counsels’ availability and has been frustrating for all, however I assure it will be done”, said Stephen Brown, CEO.

Safe Harbor: This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 (The “Act”). In particular, when used in the preceding discussion, the words “pleased,” “plan,” “confident that,” “believe,” “expect,” or “intend to,” and similar conditional expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Act and are subject to the safe harbor created by the Act. Such statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties and actual results could differ materially from those expressed in any of the forward-looking statements. Such risks and uncertainties include, but are not limited to, market conditions, general acceptance of the Company’s products and technologies, competitive factors, the ability to successfully complete additional financings and other risks described in the Company’s SEC reports and filing.

For more information:  HPIL Holding, 1720 650 West Georgia St, Vancouver, BC V6B 4N8, Contact: Stephen Brown, CEO, www.hpilholding.ca, [email protected], Ph: (778) 819-1956 

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Anne Klein Women’s Premium Crystal Accented Resin Bangle Watch

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Price: $65.00 - $35.52
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Anne Klein Women's Premium Crystal Accented Resin Bangle Watch WeeklyReviewer

Scratch resistant mineral crystal and Japanese quartz movement.

Package Dimensions‏:‎5.6 x 3.7 x 3.1 inches; 1.6 Ounces
Item model number‏:‎AK/1408TNRG
Department‏:‎Womens
Date First Available‏:‎October 10, 2019
Manufacturer‏:‎Anne Klein
ASIN‏:‎B07YYZV8LJ
Country of Origin‏:‎China

Glossy tan dial with rose gold-tone hands and premium crystal markers; Rose gold-tone outer minute track
Tan resin bangle with adjustable end links; Jewelry clasp and extender
Water resistant to 100 feet (30 meter)

Peppa’s Halloween Party (Peppa Pig: 8×8)

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Peppa's Halloween Party (Peppa Pig: 8x8) WeeklyReviewer

Join Peppa and her friends for a spooktacular Halloween party!

It is the spookiest time of year! Peppa and her family play outside in the leaves, carve pumpkins, and dress up in costumes for a Halloween party with all of their friends!

Publisher‏:‎Scholastic Inc.; Illustrated edition (June 28, 2016)
Language‏:‎English
Paperback‏:‎24 pages
ISBN-10‏:‎0545925436
ISBN-13‏:‎978-0545925433
Reading age‏:‎3 – 5 years
Lexile measure‏:‎AD550L
Grade level‏:‎Preschool – Kindergarten
Item Weight‏:‎2.4 ounces
Dimensions‏:‎7.7 x 0.2 x 8.1 inches

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