Strong job market hampers FEMA hiring in floodhit states

LINCOLN, Neb. — The Federal Emergency Management Agency is facing an unexpected challenge in meeting the needs of the many people affected by this spring’s widespread flooding and violent storms: a strong economy.Tasked with responding to natural disasters that seem ever more frequent and destructive, the agency finds itself further challenged by the robust job market and an inability to match what the private sector can offer, in many cases.FEMA officials are turning for help to retirees, recent college graduates and those who lost their jobs to the disasters, though they’re finding few available workers in many of the rural communities that are in some of the hardest-hit areas.In no place is that clearer than Nebraska and Iowa, which were ravaged by floods and have some of the nation’s lowest unemployment rates.Grant Schulte, The Associated Press read more

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Greater integration of HIVinfected in Eastern Europe exSoviet states crucial – UN

10 December 2008Discrimination and the social exclusion of people living with HIV are undermining efforts to respond to AIDS in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet republics in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), one of the few areas in the world where incidence continues to rise, according to a United Nations report released today. Discrimination and the social exclusion of people living with HIV are undermining efforts to respond to AIDS in Eastern Europe and the former Soviet republics in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), one of the few areas in the world where incidence continues to rise, according to a United Nations report released today. “Just as HIV transforms the lives of people living with HIV – who must come to terms with their HIV-status, identify coping and health promotion strategies, and follow life-saving treatment regimes for the rest of their lives – so too must states and societies in the region undergo transformations in the way they care for their populations and relate to each other for generations to come,” UN Development Programme (UNDP) Regional Director Kori Udovicki said. The report – “Living with HIV in Eastern Europe and CIS: The human cost of social exclusion” -calls for concrete efforts to adjust health, social and other services to accommodate the needs of the growing ranks of people living with HIV and of populations at risk, including injecting-drug users, sex workers, men who have sex with men, migrants and their spouses and partners. Many people living with HIV fear social stigma more than the health consequences of the disease, the report stresses. The fear of stigma and discrimination is a major cause of reduced up-take of prevention, care treatment and support services, even when free, by people living with HIV or at risk of infection, which in turn diminishes the effectiveness of national responses. Limitations on rights can fuel the spread of the epidemic and exacerbate the impact of HIV, it adds. Consequently, respecting people’s individual rights and improving the status of historically marginalized populations can lead to lower rates of HIV transmission, fewer health disparities in society, and improved socio-economic and human development outcomes, the report stresses. From an estimated 630,000 people living with the virus in 2001, HIV prevalence in the region has risen to 1.5 million as of 2007, a 140 per cent increase. Nearly 90 per cent of newly reported HIV cases are from Russia and Ukraine. In Central Asia and the Caucuses, the number of newly reported HIV diagnoses is also rising rapidly, with the highest incidence found in Uzbekistan. The lack of basic training on HIV epidemiology, transmission and prevention, explicit biases against patients being treated for AIDS and unclear policy guidelines are among the key factors contributing to the unpreparedness of employers, educational institutions and health service providers outside of specialized AIDS centres to accept and serve people living with HIV. The report’s launch was timed to coincide with both World AIDS Day and the 60th Anniversary of the signing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. read more

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KimberlyClark to eliminate up to 1300 jobs as part of restructuring efforts

Kimberly-Clark to eliminate up to 1,300 jobs as part of restructuring efforts by The Associated Press Posted Oct 21, 2014 7:59 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email DALLAS – Kimberly-Clark plans to eliminate up to 1,300 jobs as part of restructuring efforts aimed at reducing costs and making its business more efficient.The consumer products company has 58,000 workers worldwide, according to its website.Kimberly-Clark Corp. said Tuesday that it anticipates restructuring costs between $130 million and $160 million, after taxes. The company — whose brands include Kleenex and Huggies — foresees between $120 million and $140 million in savings by the end of 2017.The restructuring is expected to be completed by 2016’s end.Kimberly-Clark also cut its 2014 adjusted profit forecast to account for the spinoff of its health care business. The Dallas company now expects an adjusted profit between $5.93 and $6.03 per share, down from its prior range of $6 to $6.15 per share. Analysts polled by FactSet expect $6.06 per share. read more

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Bank of Canada warns workforce automation could intensify income inequality

by Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 18, 2017 10:54 am MDT Last Updated Apr 18, 2017 at 2:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Bank of Canada warns workforce automation could intensify income inequality OTTAWA – A senior Bank of Canada official says while the country’s poised to reap economic benefits from technological progress — it must also brace for potentially painful side effects like job losses and greater income inequality.In a speech in Toronto, senior deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins said Tuesday innovations like artificial intelligence and robotics are expected to help re-energize underwhelming productivity in advanced economies like Canada. Over the longer haul, she added that new technologies should eventually create more jobs than they replace.However, the fast-approaching changes come with concerns for Wilkins — from the challenging adjustment for the labour force, to the distribution of the new wealth.She noted how experts predict changes like automation to have downsides, which could include impacts on close to half of all jobs in some industrialized countries within 20 years.Policy-makers, she added, must get ready to manage negatives like amplified income inequality brought on by conditions that could help workers whose skills are complemented by innovations and those whose tasks are replaced by machines.Her speech to the Toronto Region Board of Trade comes as governments grapple with the challenge of providing support to these emerging fields, while also easing the fears of workers who could lose their jobs.For Canada to get the most from these changes, Wilkins argued it must address these concerns.“Canada should embrace new technologies and their benefits while at the same time proactively managing their more-harmful side effects,” Wilkins said.“Blaming the machines is not the way forward.”Wilkins laid out potential approaches to ease the shifts that will likely accompany what she called “a new industrial revolution.” She said policy-makers will have to have to put more emphasis on education and skills training to help many workers and businesses adjust to what could be a difficult transition.Canada, she said, has weathered past changes that have transformed sectors like the agricultural industry. For example, she pointed to farming innovations that helped lower food prices, which generated higher consumer demand in other sectors and new jobs.“Innovation is always a process of creative destruction, with some jobs being destroyed and, over time, even more jobs being created,” said Wilkins, who added that what will change is the type of workers in demand.“We’ve seen this process in action throughout history.”She noted that advancements such as the steam engine, the combine, the jet engine and the assembly-line robot have boosted Canada’s productivity and helped raise the average income per person 20-fold — adjusting for inflation — over the last 150 years.In recent weeks, the Trudeau government has made commitments to high-potential fields such as artificial intelligence as a way to help boost the economy. For example, last month’s federal budget announced a $125-million investment in a pan-Canadian strategy to help the country leverage its existing strengths in AI.The announcement, along with other recent investments to support new technologies, arrived amid growing concern that advances in areas like AI will lead to the elimination of a significant number of jobs over the coming years. The budget sought to address those fears with increased federal support for skills and training to help workers adjust to the rapid changes.Wilkins said the Bank of Canada has also taken steps to help it deal with the fast-approaching changes. It has created a new digital economy team with a focus on how automation affects the economy as well as its impacts on inflation and monetary policy, she said.Follow @AndyBlatchford on Twitter Carolyn Wilkins, Senior Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, speaks to reporters after making an interest rate announcement and releasing the Monetary Policy Report, Wednesday, July 13, 2016 in Ottawa. Wilkins says while the country’s poised to reap economic benefits from technological progress – it must prepare for painful “side effects” like job losses and greater income inequality. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang read more

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Ohio State womens volleyball sweeps Rutgers in regularseason finale

Members of the OSU women’s volleyball team during a game against Nebraska on Oct. 3 at St. John Arena. OSU won 3-2. Credit: Ed Momot / For The LanternThe Ohio State women’s volleyball team capped off its regular season with a dominating effort on Saturday, steamrolling Rutgers on senior night in St. John Arena.It took only three sets (26-24, 25-7, 25-12) and 74 minutes for the No. 16 team to take down the Scarlet Knights (4-28, 1-19), as the Buckeyes led for nearly the entire match.OSU finished the regular season with an overall record of 23-9 and placed sixth in the Big Ten with a 12-8 mark.Fittingly, senior outside hitter Elizabeth Campbell led all players with 14 kills on a proficient .440 hitting percentage in her final regular-season home game. Fellow senior outside hitter Katie Mitchell added 10 kills at an even better .529 clip.The three other Buckeye seniors saw plenty of action as well. Middle blockers Tyler Richardson and Andrea Kacsits had seven and six kills, respectively, aided by the absence of junior Taylor Sandbothe. Richardson, along with freshman outside hitter Audra Appold, also led her team with three blocks.Freshman Taylor Hughes started and saw the majority of the playing time at setter with 32 assists, but senior Emily Ruetter did contribute four helpers.As the score would indicate, OSU far outpaced Rutgers offensively, posting a .319 attack percentage compared to the Scarlet Knights’ dismal .043 rate.Serving also played a key part in OSU’s commanding win. The Buckeyes racked up nine aces on the night, their second best total of the season.Libero Valeria León led the way with five aces, adding to another solid defensive night for the junior, who had a game-high 18 digs.Although the Buckeyes wound up having an overall impressive night from the service line, the match didn’t start off so well in that regard.Despite Rutgers’ abysmal .105 hitting percentage in the first set, it managed to hang around thanks to four blocks from its defense and four service errors by OSU.The Buckeyes managed to take decisive late lead, 22-17, but a 7-1 run by the Scarlet Knights allowed them to take a 24-23 advantage. Guided by two Campbell kills and a Rutgers error, however, OSU survived its only scare of the evening.Powered by six aces — four from León — the second frame featured the Buckeyes’ most lopsided win in any set this season. Behind a .417 attack percentage (and a brutal minus-.136 rate by Rutgers), the Scarlet and Gray raced out to a 16-2 lead — powered by a 12-0 run — and took an 18-point victory into the locker room for the intermission.It didn’t get any better for Rutgers after the break. With four kills each from Campbell, Mitchell and Kacsits, the Buckeyes attacked .387 for the set, which was more than enough to overpower another lowly percentage (.094) by the Scarlet Knights.While OSU might be done playing at home in the regular season, it could have at least one more match in St. John Arena.The team will now turn its attention to the postseason as it hopes to host the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament by earning a top-16 seed. The Buckeyes will find out their fate when the selection show airs Sunday at 9 p.m. read more

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Wild Planets Spy Gear Security Scanner Teach Your Children Patdowns in Your

first_imgIf you want to prepare your children for their next TSA checkpoint, Wild Planet has just the thing. The company’s Spy Gear series includes the Security Scanner, a handheld metal detector that’s not for finding loose change on the beach, but instead for finding hidden weapons in your pants.The Security Scanner acts just like a real security wand, beeping when it moves over metal. Of course, it’s not nearly as sensitive (though a dial lets you adjust the sensitivity), but it’s surprisingly functional. The Scanner found belt buckles, glasses, loose change, and even metal implants with ease. The box really says it all. A happy child holding his shirt open for a security officer with one hand, raising his hand in a high-five with the other. It’s like a Hot Wheels commercial directed by Josef Stalin. Wild Planet’s Spy Gear line isn’t all unsettling security role-playing toys. They actually have some pretty fun gadgets, like the Spy Video TRAKR, a remote-control car with a digital camera built into the car itself and a screen and speaker built into the controller. Not only does it let you see where your car is going, but you can record videos and take photos through the car. They didn’t have toys like this when I was growing up.last_img read more

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Stunning Orion timelapse makes use of some very cool gear

first_imgCombine beautiful South Dakota landscape, with some cool gear, technical expertise, and a whole lot of patience, and what do you get? If you’re lucky (and have had lots of experience) you might get something like the incredible time-lapse above.Shot by Randy Halverson, whose work we’ve featured before, this time-lapse has a number of impressive moments, amazing contrast between the starry night sky and the scenario on the ground, and a few cool techniques. And, as mentioned in the title, Halverson is not afraid to use some cool products to help his work. In this video he not only used the Dynamic Perceptions Stage Zero dolly that is so popular with time-lapsers these days, but he also used an Orion motorized telescope head in order to do pan and tilt movement over the length of the time-lapse.So here is the setup for, say, an hour-long shooting session: the camera is operating on a timer and taking shots at set intervals. It’s mounted on a track and will move from point A on that track to point B during the hour. The track is a straight line, but you can position it differently to change the effect and you can even tilt it with a tripod. And finally you have the Orion telescope head (or a Milapse head, etc.) which you set to turn the camera side-to-side or up-and-down over the length of the session. It’s a lot of planning and a lot of things going on at once (very slowly) but the effect is fantastic. To the right you can see what an Orion teletrack looks like.So, nope, “Orion” doesn’t have anything to do with those stars in the sky. Orion is just an optics brand owned by Imaginova Company.As for the rest of the gear, Halverson used a Canon 60D and T2i (550D), the Tokina 11-16mm lens, the Sigma 20mm F1.8 lens, and finally the Tamron 17-50mm lens. He was nice enough to leave some shooting notes as well: He shot in RAW with 25 second exposures with 2 seconds between shots, at ISO 1600. Each scene was about 300 frames, which (by my math, comes out to about 2 hours and 15 minutes per scene, not including setup time.You can see more of his work at DakotaLapselast_img read more

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UK on election countdown during last few hours of voting

first_img Share1 Tweet Email Source: Lyndsey Stonebridge/Twitter With part of Labour’s success in the election hinging on votes from young people, queues outside universities were notable. But as people learned from Brexit, photographs on Twitter don’t necessarily translate into game-changing polling. Here’s our guide to everything you need to watch out for in today’s election Source: Steve Fletcher/Twitter 42 Comments It estimates that the Tories will grab 373 seats, giving the Conservatives a majority of 96.Meanwhile, the Guardian warns that people should be cautious about a Wired poll which gives Labour a 2.8 percentage point lead.The newspaper’s own poll tracker puts the Conservatives ahead at 43.91%, and Labour at 35.93%.The election is May’s first since taking office in July last year, after Britons voted by 52% to leave the European Union.While it’s generally expected that the Conservatives will increase their majority, it won’t be the overwhelming win that looked certain when May first called for the election. May called the election three years early in a bid to strengthen her slender majority going into Brexit talks, which begin on June 19, but some polls have suggested she may end up with a hung parliament in which the Conservatives would fall short of the 326 seats needed for a majority.Polling stations are due to close at 10pm, after which we’ll get the first exit poll results.Unlike Ireland, the UK doesn’t have a proportional representation system. This means that it’s ‘first past the post’ – there are no transfers. Jeremy Corbyn arrives to vote in Islington, London. Source: Ik AldamaBy about 1am, we can expect to have around a dozen results announced. At 2.30am, Jeremy Corbyn’s constituency of Islington North will declare, while around 4am will see Maidenhead, Theresa May’s constituency, declaring its result.One thing that has been keeping people’s spirits up during the nailbiting day is the #dogsatpollingstations hashtag on Twitter: IT HAS BEEN a full-on day of voting for UK citizens today, as Theresa May’s snap election comes to its final stages. A Welsh ‘Blwch Pleidleisio’ or ‘Ballot Box’ is carried inside the Grange Pavilion bowling club, which is a polling station in Grangetown, Cardiff. Source: PA Wire/PA ImagesExit polls due at 10pm will give an indication of the results we can expect, but some last-minute polls carried out before voting took place indicate a lead for the Tories.According to the Lord Ashcroft poll, which was released today:The final results from the Ashcroft Model shows an increase in the estimated Conservative majority compared to Tuesday’s figures. The new data is based on an updated survey conducted on Tuesday and Wednesday, which found a hardening of the Conservative vote as Tory supporters gave a higher likelihood of turning out to vote than in previous rounds. The upshot is as follows: By Aoife Barry – Contains reporting from – © AFP, 2017Read: Election Day: Here’s what to watch for as voters decide on Corbyn v May> Short URL Queue to vote @uniofeastanglia #GE2017 #deadproud pic.twitter.com/hzdxfsval9— Lyndsey Stonebridge (@LyndseyStonebri) June 8, 2017 15,297 Views Good to see a healthy queue of students waiting to vote at the @uniofeastanglia polling station #GE2017 pic.twitter.com/yn81DK2GxS— Kirsty Webb (@Kirsty_Worm) June 8, 2017 Jun 8th 2017, 5:46 PM Source: Kirsty Webb/Twitter Thursday 8 Jun 2017, 5:46 PM UK on election countdown during last few hours of voting The polls close at 10pm. Whoops! We couldn’t find this Tweet Source: Lord Ashcroft/Twitter Source: Ryan Norman/Twitter #dogsatpollingstations pic.twitter.com/SLwKRRKBQd— Steve Fletcher (@sfletcher69) June 8, 2017 #dogsatpollingstations pic.twitter.com/6UEkCundX3— Ryan Norman (@Ryan_n91) June 8, 2017 Range of probable majorities from the #AshcroftModel – more details at https://t.co/jBlv7RVlRQ pic.twitter.com/lbncgPZ4PM— Lord Ashcroft (@LordAshcroft) June 8, 2017 Yay! #dogsatpollingstations pic.twitter.com/Os0pg5NOEa— ᒍEᔕᔕIᑕᗩ EᐯEᖇᔕᕼEᗪ (@jessevershed) June 8, 2017 Source: jessica evershed/Twitter http://jrnl.ie/3433776 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Cypriot youth meet in Sydney

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The executive meeting of the World Organisation of Young Overseas Cypriots (NEPOMAK) was held in Sydney, from 27-30 December last year. Members of the Executive Council from around the world, as well as young Cypriots from across Australia, participated in the meeting that was officially opened at the Cyprus Hellene Club in Sydney, in the presence of the Consul General of the Republic of Cyprus, H.E. Andreas Hadjithemistos, and representatives of Cypriot Australian organisations. Discussions of the NEPOMAK meeting, which takes place every two years in different parts of the world, focused on establishing new programs for its members and developing new partnerships. The Executive Council also developed initiatives to help support Cyprus’ economic recovery, including building closer partnerships with the Cyprus Tourism Organisation to promote Cyprus internationally. “We held workshops on how to get more young people involved with NEPOMAK and how to build up Cypriot youth groups around Australia, as well as what we as a Greek-Cypriot diaspora can do to help Cyprus during the financial crisis,” executive committee member of NEPOMAK Australia and New Zealand, Michael Christodoulides, told Neos Kosmos. Following the official meeting, the Executive Council was welcomed at the Cyprus Community of Brisbane to meet representatives of the local community. “We are exceptionally grateful to NEPOMAK Australia and the Cypriot communities in Sydney and Brisbane for the warm welcome that they gave us,” NEPOMAK President Christos Karaolis said. “We put in place proposals for new programs that will ensure we continue to deliver on our core aims: supporting Cyprus and maintaining Cypriot culture and identity across the diaspora.” NEPOMAK Australia and New Zealand President Dimitri Nicolaou was happy with the great success of the meeting. “This year’s conference provided an opportunity to showcase and share the success stories of our Cypriot communities and the Cypriot youth here in Australia,” Mr Nicolaou said. The global NEPOMAK meeting in Sydney and Brisbane brought together close to 40 representatives of Cypriot youth, from the United States, the UK and seven states/territories across Australia. The World Organisation of Young Overseas Cypriots, NEPOMAK was founded in 2002 to promote awareness of the Cyprus issue and to bring young Cypriots together. It’s supported by the Cypriot Government, with branches in the UK, USA, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand. Today, it counts over 1000 members globally, from 18 to 30 years old. Every two years a conference of NEPOMAK is held in Cyprus while every alternative two years meetings of its Executive Committee are held in a regional member country. Every year, in July, its flagship program NEPOMAK Discover Cyprus Program (NDCP), brings to Cyprus 18-22-year-old Cypriots from around the world. “For three weeks, they have an intensive Greek language course, with weekend excursions around the island to learn all about Cyprus. The program is supported by the Cypriot government, the University of Cyprus and NEPOMAK Globally, who provide participants with subsidies for the airfares, accommodation and the program itself,” Mr Christodoulides said. NEPOMAK Australia and New Zealand, founded in 2004, today has several hundred members. One of the most active members of the global NEPOMAK family, Mr Christodoulides says the Australian branch has continued to grow in representation over the past few years. “We are basically the youth group of Cypriot communities in Australia and New Zealand. The numbers are increasing as we raise awareness – youth from Australia and New Zealand who participate in NDCP come back and they tell their friends about it; and now we also connect through our social media pages,” he said. The Australian branch Annual General Meeting, or Summit, is held every year. This year it will take place in Melbourne, on a date yet to be released. For more information about NEPOMAK or how to become a member, visit www.nepomak.orglast_img read more

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Halikos brings Easter to Kalymnos

first_imgDarwin business magnate John Halikos was born on the Greek island of Kalymnos, but moved to the Northern Territory in Australia with his family when he was still a baby.Halikos never forgets his beloved island of origin, demonstrating his love in every way possible, especially as his financial and business success grows. The expat entrepreneur, who visits Kalymnos several times a year, has been making many donations to the island’s municipality as well as to individual Kalymnians in need.Last Christmas he provided the poor families of the island with turkeys and bicycles. This year, he asked his partners to buy lambs and distribute them to all underprivileged families, ensuring all Kalymnians can enjoy this Easter holiday.While he initially refused to comment on his latest donation, he admitted that at least 400 lambs will be distributed through the social grocery of the island, Metropolis, as the priests point out homes that are struggling with poverty.“It is shameful to talk about this sort of human help. Greece is going through a crisis, my favourite island is facing problems and my contribution is less than minimal,” John Halikos tells Neos Kosmos.Mr Halikos’ company is based in Darwin, home for thousands of Kalymnian immigrants, many of whom arrived there recently to escape the current Greek crisis. The business tycoon has always been supportive of the diaspora, and even sponsored the Darwin Panhellenic SAE Games.Halikos Group is one of the most prominent and largest construction companies in the Northern Territory. The Group has also expanded in Hotels, with “H”, declared one of the 10 best resorts in Australia.John Halikos’ new goal is to build an artificial island near the port of Darwin and turn it into “a newer, smaller version of Dubai.”Even though he has already come across many hurdles and unfortunate predicaments as the drills that work in the area have only been striking mud, he won’t give up just yet. “I have a valid contract allowing me to make the most of the area for the next 99 years. I will eventually find a way to overcome these difficulties,” he says. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Alzheimer un complément alimentaire pour retarder les effets de la maladie

first_imgAlzheimer : un complément alimentaire pour retarder les effets de la maladieC’est une découverte cruciale que viennent de faire les scientifiques irlandais au sujet de la recherche sur la maladie neuro-dégénérative qui touche plus de 35 millions de personnes dans le monde. Une étude qui rappelle à quel point santé du cerveau et régime alimentaire sont associés. Explications. Après la récente polémique concernant le prochain non remboursement de quatre médicaments contre Alzheimer, un vent d’espoir irlandais souffle sur le milieu de la recherche consacrée à cette maladie. Publiés dans la revue Journal of Alzheimer’s disease du mois de juin, les travaux de cette étude révolutionnaire ont été menés conjointement par des scientifiques du Waterford Institute of Technology en Irlande et des experts de l’Université de Cambridge, en Angleterre. L’huile de poisson en complémentComme le rapporte le média irlandais Irish Central, l’étude a duré 18 mois et porté sur l‘observation des effets de certains composés nutritionnels qu’on trouve dans des aliments comme de la truite, le brocoli ou les poivrons, sur des patients souffrant à divers degrés de la maladie neuro-dégénérative.Les participants séparés en deux groupes n’ont pas consommé des compléments alimentaires identiques. Le premier groupe a reçu une composition contenant trois caroténoïdes dont la lutéine, la zéaxanthine et la mésozéaxanthine. Le second groupe a reçu un complément composé d’un mélange des trois caroténoïdes et d’huile de poisson.Et les résultats sont édifiants. Les fonctions cognitives des patients du second groupe se sont maintenues ainsi que leur qualité de vie.Et bien davantage que chez les participants qui n’ont consommé que les caroténoïdes. De plus et d’après les soignants, ces patients ont également connu une nette amélioration au niveau de leur mémoire, de leur vue et de leur humeur. De l’espoir à portée de régime Le Professeur Riona Mulcahy, qui a été consultante médicale lors de cette expérience est très enthousiaste quant aux résultats : « Les récents conseils médicaux que l’on peut donner afin de diminuer le risque d’être atteint par la maladie d’Alzheimer sont d’avoir une consommation d’alcool modérée, de ne pas fumer, de rester mentalement et physiquement actif et d’avoir un régime alimentaire équilibré.  Cette étude montre que la nutrition est un élément clé. La science nous permet désormais de savoir précisément de quels nutriments a besoin notre cerveau. Ces résultats sont très encourageants ».À lire aussiPourquoi le café donne-t-il envie de faire caca ?Cette découverte représente l’une des plus grandes avancées médicales de notre siècle, selon le Dr Howard, le fondateur de la Fondation Howard, au Royaume-Uni qui récolte des fonds pour la recherche biomédicale. La maladie d’Alzheimer, qui se traduit par une dégénérescence du cerveau et des pertes de mémoire, touche au moins 850 000 personnes en France.  Selon la Fondation pour la recherche médicale, 1 Français de plus de 65 ans sur 4 devrait être touché par la maladie, en 2020.Le 22 juin 2018 à 10:43 • Marina Marcoutlast_img read more

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ACHPR Session Concludes in Banjul

first_imgBy Kebba JeffangThe 56th Ordinary Session on Human and Peoples’ Rights (ACHPR) that began 17 days ago finally wrapped up in Banjul on the 7th May, 2015 after resolutions were passed to support the strife against prevalence of human rights violations in Africa.Presiding over the official closing ceremony, Hon. Mama Fatima Singhateh, the Gambia’s Attorney General and Minister for Justice assured the host country’s tolerance the human rights.She revealed that she understood the crucial subject matters being discussed during the session which are all related to the human rights situation on the continent. She indicated that despite the success in some parts, the continent still needs to fight against the challenges of insecurity, disease, poverty, corruption, unemployment, arbitrary arrest, detention, violence, terrorism while fundamental freedoms also remain a challenge.“The key questions in moving forward on the human rights agenda are obvious. They are, how do we build from the recommendations of this session, how do we build stronger partnerships between civil society, governments and other stakeholders, how do we assist the Commission to effectively carry out its mandate, how best do we leverage support for common goals and what is our role in all foregoing,” she asked.She noted that the government of The Gambia has repeatedly stressed the importance of human rights for all, equal rights and opportunities for all citizens, the rule of law, the crucial role of the media and of intercultural and inter generational dialogue.“All are critical to build deep and sustainable democracy,” she remarked.Hon. Commissioner Lawrence Murugu Mute reading out the Final Communiqué to the delegates at the closing informed that the Commission during the session has launched five documents. He said they included the General Comment No.2 on Article 14 of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa (Maputo Protocol), Study on the Situation of Women Human Rights in Africa, Study on Nationality, Report of Study Group on Freedom of Association and Assembly in Africa and the Guidelines on Conditions of Arrest, Police Custody and Pre Trial Detention in Africa.He said the Commission has also considered and adopted documents such as the draft protocol to the African Charter rights on the abolition of the death penalty in Africa as well as principles and guidelines on human and peoples’ while countering terrorism.“The Commission adopted the resolutions condemning the xenophobic attacks in South Africa, human rights situation in Kenya and the right to rehabilitation for victims of torture. The Commission made a statement on the situation of human rights in Burundi in the upcoming Presidential elections, the deteriorating situation of migrants in the Mediterranean sea and the attacks perpetrated terrorist group Boko Haram against Nigerian military contingents on Saturday, 25th April, 2015,” said Commissioner Mute of African Commission.]]>last_img read more

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ARREST LOG Wilmington Police Make 1 Arrest Issue 2 Summonses

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — According to Wilmington Police Logs, Wilmington Police issued the following arrests and summonses between April 4, 2019 and April 10, 2019.Thursday, April 4NoneFriday, April 5NoneSaturday, April 6Robert John Clough (40, Wilmington) was arrested for OUI Drugs (2nd Offense); Marked Lanes Violation; Negligent Operation Of Motor Vehicle; and Possession of Class B Drug (Subsequent Offense). (3:09pm)Sunday, April 7NoneMonday, April 8NoneTuesday, April 9NoneWednesday, April 10Carol A. Sugalski (55, Marlborough) was issued a summons for Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Revoked Registration; Uninsured Motor Vehicle; and Speeding. (9:40am)Tore A. Lynne (42, Salem) was issued a summons for Operating A Motor Vehicle With A Revoked Registration and Uninsured Motor Vehicle. (10:30am)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedARREST LOG: Wilmington Police Make 3 Arrests & Issue 4 SummonsesIn “Police Log”ARREST LOG: Wilmington Police Make 4 Arrests & Issues 3 SummonsesIn “Police Log”ARREST LOG: Wilmington Police Make 1 Arrest & Issue 2 SummonsesIn “Police Log”last_img read more

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Alaska News Nightly Friday June 7 2019

first_imgHenry Leasia, KHNS – Haines PFD rally brings out governor’s ardent Mat-Su supporters This week we’re hearing from Kyra Dushkin from Kenai. Dushkin is a student at the Kenai Peninsula College, hoping to become an OB nurse. AK: Meet the Juneau couple who brush their teeth next to history Jacob Resneck, CoastAlaska – Juneau The Last Chance Mining Museum is celebrating 25 years of continuous operation. But for the Juneau couple who lives there, it’s been a permanent residence for longer than that. Scientists aren’t calling climate change or declining sea ice the smoking gun yet. But they’ve seen enough other events that have come along with Arctic warming, like sea bird die-offs, that they’re asking questions. The commercial fishing season is right around the corner for gillnetters in Southeast Alaska. Starting June 16th, the Haines fleet will make its way down Lynn Canal to target hatchery chum salmon. Budget deadlock could delay Medicaid payments to health care providers An unnamed peak in the Juneau Icefield may get a cool-sounding name dreamt up a half-century ago — but then nearly forgotten. Health care advocates said nursing homes and behavioral health providers are among those who may not have large cash reserves to cover costs during a delay. Associated Press Governor Mike Dunleavy held a rally Thursday night in Wasilla in support of a Permanent Fund Dividend amount that adheres to the law established in 1982. There was no vocal opposition to Dunleavy from the crowd. Stricter regulations may affected upcoming gillnetter season in Southeast 49 Voices: Kyra Dushkin of Kenaicenter_img Alaska schools now have more guidance on how to teach science in the classroom Kenai hospitality businesses oppose bed tax plan Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNews Andrew Kitchenman, KTOO – Juneau Members of the Alaska hospitality industry have spoken out against a proposed bed tax. Elizabeth Jenkins, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Juneau The Alaska State Board of Education unanimously approved new science standards on Friday, which are more detailed about topics like climate change and evolution than standards previously recommended for schools. Could Arctic warming be connected to the dead gray whales in Alaska, and elsewhere? Here’s why scientists are asking. Juneau icefield researchers resurrect ‘Gorgon Spire’ — a name nearly lost in obscurity Elizabeth Jenkins, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Juneau Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage Nathaniel Herz, Alaska’s Energy Desk – Anchoragelast_img read more

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Sachin Tendulkar demands 2 million royalties from Australian bat manufacturer files civil

first_imgSachin is in a legal dispute with an Australian companyNikalas Halle’n/AFP/Getty ImagesMaster Blaster Sachin Tendulkar is rarely in the news for things which doesn’t concern his on-field cricket exploits. But the 46-year old now finds himself in a legal battle with Australian bat manufacturer Spartan Sports International. The reason is the allegation by the retired cricketer that this company used his pictures and name to sell their products and didn’t pay the royalties which, according to him, amount to $2 million, as per a report by news agency Reuters.Spartan is a company based in Sydney. As per the suit filed by Tendulkar, it had agreed to pay him $1 million per year for the rights to use the images and logos of the legendary Indian cricketer for promoting a special series of sports goods named as ‘Sachin by Spartan.’The civil suit also mentions that the former India captain appeared in several promotional events organised by the company. However, till September 2018, the organisation hadn’t made any payments to Tendulkar which led to him ending the agreement. But, as per the claim of Sachin’s lawyers, the company continued to use the name and symbols associated with the great cricketer. As a consequence of this, the matter has been taken to court by the legal team representing the veteran of 200 Tests. Till now, there hasn’t been an official response from the company to the plea filed on behalf of the ‘Little Master.’ Tendulkar remains a key attraction as a brand ambassadorThe master batsmen retired from cricket in late 2013 after a career that lasted for 24 years and saw him playing 200 Tests and 463 ODIs. In his career, the man from Mumbai scored 15921 Test and 18426 ODI runs with 100 international centuries, 51 in Tests and 49 in one-dayers.The greatness of the player and the popularity of the icon can be gauged by the fact that even today, he remains a prized commodity as a brand ambassador and is often seen in events and advertisements of various companies. He is also an ambassador for UNICEF.last_img read more

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Finance dept to hold meet of Financial Advisors

first_imgKolkata: The state Finance department is set to hold a high level meeting of Financial Advisors of all the state government departments on May 29. There will be a review meeting on issues like “budget matters, including adjustment of advance drawal on old head of account”.It may be mentioned that deputy financial advisors have also been directed to attend the meeting, along with the financial advisors. The first quarterly review meeting of the financial advisors will be held in the state secretariat, in which senior officials of the state Finance department will be present and role of financial advisors for successful compliance of e-tender or e-auction provisions will be discussed. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsAt the same time, matters related to surrendering of unutilised funds will also come up in the meeting. The matters related to the Integrated Finance Management System (IFMS), along with issues related to the entry of sanctioned strength of staff in Human Resource Management System (HRMS) module will also be discussed. The state government had decided to nominate financial advisors as representatives of the Finance department in the board of directors of state PSUs, statutory corporations and state aided universities to ensure proper utilisation of fund allotted for different projects. The step was taken in June 2016 to ensure proper and timely utilisation of funds that the state government allots to carry out different development works. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedMany other issues related to the activities of the Finance department and steps that need to be taken for better implementation of the projects going on in the state will be discussed as well.It may be recalled that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee had directed concerned officials of all the departments to be ready with all necessary tasks, so that work can be started without any delay after the Panchayat polls. So now, all the departments have initiated their work in full swing to ensure timely completion of the projects.last_img read more

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Study Says Voices of Patients and Oncologists Must Be Heard

first_imgNews | Patient Engagement | November 01, 2016 Study Says Voices of Patients and Oncologists Must Be Heard While training and preparation for both physicians and patients improved dialogue, shared understanding of prognosis was lacking, say researchers News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… read more Related Content News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more November 1, 2016 — Specifically training oncologists and their patients to have high-quality discussions improves communication, but troubling gaps still exist between the two groups, according to a new study in JAMA Oncology.The 265 patients who agreed to participate in the research project had been diagnosed with advanced cancer (stages 3 or 4). Researchers coached them about what to ask their doctors and how to voice their concerns. Doctors were also given state-of-the-art communications workshop training.Results showed that those who received training were much more likely to ask questions, ask for clarification and express their views. This is important because 90 percent of patients say they want to be actively involved in their care, and most busy physicians realize they need help in this area and want the support, said the paper’s corresponding author, Ronald Epstein, M.D., a leading authority on this topic and a University of Rochester professor of family medicine, psychiatry and oncology, and director of the Center for Communication and Disparities Research at UR.Doctors and patients also had more clinically meaningful discussions around topics such as emotions and treatment choices, results showed. In fact, the trained group was nearly three times more likely than the untrained group to talk about difficult topics such as prognosis.”We have shown in the first large study of its kind that it is possible to change the conversation in advanced cancer,” Epstein said. “This is a huge first step.”And yet despite the focused efforts, shared understanding about prognosis was lacking. For example, a few of the patients believed it was “100 percent likely” they would be cured, while one-third said it was “likely” they would be cured, despite their diagnoses of incurable cancer, and a majority thought they would be alive in two years. Median survival was just 16 months.Being hopeful and having a realistic understanding of what to expect with advanced cancer are both important, Epstein said.”We need to try harder to communicate well so that it’s harder to miscommunicate,” he said. “Simply having the conversation is not enough — the quality of the conversation will influence a mutual understanding between patients and their oncologists.”Until the end of 2016, researchers will continue to track the experiences of the families and caregivers of the deceased patients who took part in the study. Scientists are trying to learn whether the communications training had any impact on the families’ grief experience and adjustment following the death of their loved ones, said Paul Duberstein, Ph.D., a co-author and professor of psychiatry and medicine at UR.The communications coaching for oncologists included one-to-one mock office sessions with actors (known as standardized patients), video training and individualized feedback. Patients were given a booklet that Epstein’s team wrote called “My Cancer Care: What Now? What Next? What I Prefer.” Patients also met with social workers or nurses to discuss commonly asked questions and how to express their fears, for example, or how to be assertive and state their preferences.Later, the researchers audio-recorded real sessions between the oncologists and patients, and asked both groups to fill out questionnaires. They coded the interactions and matched the scores to the goals of the training. Adult patients and their caregivers in western New York and Sacramento, Calif., were enrolled in the study from 2012 to 2014.The study (called VOICE, for Values and Options in Cancer Care) was also randomized, meaning that approximately half of the physicians and patients received no special training and served as a control group.The data also revealed that oncologists need better and more consistent training to address low health literacy by patients and “terror management,” or the tendency to deal with fear of death through avoidance or selective attention, the study said.One limitation of the study may’ve have been the timing of the training, which was only provided once, and not timed to key decision points during patients’ trajectories. The effects of the training may have waned over the months, especially as the cancer progressed.Doctors loved the intervention, Epstein added. Those in the “control” arm of the study requested to receive the training afterward, as well as fellows and other physicians at the UR’s Wilmot Cancer Institute.”We need to embed communication interventions into the fabric of everyday clinical care,” Epstein said. “This does not take a lot of time, but in our audio-recordings there was precious little dialogue that reaffirmed the human experience and the needs of patients. The next step is to make good communication the rule, not the exception, so that cancer patients’ voices can be heard.”For more information: www.jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaoncology FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享last_img read more

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first_img Comments   Share   Holliday and Hightower were dealt for one another near the start of training camp on August 1. In fact, Holliday had already begun practicing with the Redskins before he headed west. And even though he was only in Washington for the 2010 season, he’s got fond memories and more importantly, every intention of showing his former team what it gave up.“That’s the competitor in you,” he stated. “The team that let you go, you’re not there anymore. The guys that you practiced with and shared a lot of experiences with, you want to beat them. I mean it’s like family. Anytime you play against your brother, your cousin, whoever it is you want to win. So going back in there it’s the same thing. I want to go in there and get after them and have that opportunity to talk about it for the rest of the season or for the rest of my life really.”Holliday has been in this position before. A veteran of 14 NFL seasons, the Cardinals are the sixth team he’s played for so lining up against former teammates is not new. However, this time around just six weeks have passed since switching uniforms.“Only when I left Green Bay, going to Kansas City, we went back and played Green Bay in that Hall of Fame game but you had the whole offseason. This is a little over a month ago. It’s going to be different. I’m still looking forward to it. Still talk to those guys back there. We still talk, text, tweet everything back and forth. Some good guys over there, made some good relationships. It’s going to be lasting but on Sunday they’re the enemy as I am to them and we’ve got to get after each other.” Top Stories What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Might that include some verbal sparring?“There will be,” Holliday answered. “I’m the kind of guy that gets going. If I get going and you start talking to me, the next thing you know there’s a lot of jawing going back and forth. We had a lot of fun in practice so I expect the same thing in the game.”Both the Cardinals and Redskins won their first game. Arizona 28-21 vs. Carolina while Washington beat NFC East rival New York Giants, 28-14 at home.“It’s going to be a tough test. They’re feeling really good about themselves right now and what they were able to do the first game. They’re riding pretty high. We got to go in there and play a much smarter football game than we played this past weekend, but still be physical and fast and come out (of) there with a victory.” There’s already been one guarantee made. There won’t be a second — at least, not made by the other player in the trade.“I don’t do that. I’m glad he gave us that bulletin board material,” Vonnie Holliday said, referring to Tim Hightower’s ‘we’re going to win this game’ statement earlier in the week. Holliday added, “We’ll put it up. If anybody needs it that’s added incentive but I’m not that kind of guy.” Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more

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Swiss franc impact minor CySEC

first_imgCyprus-based investment firms lost some €42.5 million after the Swiss National Bank decided recently to scrap the minimum exchange rate with the euro, but the majority remained unaffected, the Securities and Exchange Commission said on Friday.CySEC had asked companies last Friday to report whether the move has impacted their business in any way, or their clients’ funds.“It was determined that 158 out of the 182 licensed investment companies had no negative effects on their capital adequacy or their operations,” CySEC chairwoman Demetra Kalogerou told the Cyprus News Agency.The rest said they had incurred some losses, but either there was no effect on their capital adequacy or, the effect was not significant.Kalogerou said Cyprus-based companies have also seen a slight increase in their business due to the problems faced by their counterparts in other countries.“CySEC has always placed particular importance on capital adequacy matters and has exercised close supervision, something it continues to do,” Kalogerou said.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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