Saskatchewan chiefs blast Atleo

first_imgAPTN National NewsThe federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations winter assembly is underway.Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn Atleo was at the Dakota Dunes casino on the Whitecap First Nation where the gathering is held.As APTN National News reporter Delaney Windigo reports, Atleo was on the in the line of fire from chiefs.last_img

UNP MPs being purchased

“If the government can win elections from its own popularity why are they taking UNP MPs when an election is near? This shows the bankruptcy of the government. The government feels by taking our MPs and trying to demoralise us temporarily is the only way to try and win an election,” he said. The United National Party (UNP) accused the government of making huge financial offers to make UNP MPs to join the government.UNP General Secretary Tissa Attanayake said that the government is attempting to weaken the UNP by buying over some MPs. Attanayake said that the SLFP and the UNP are the only two political parties that can form a government in Sri Lanka and with the SLFP now governing the country, it wants to make sure the UNP is weakened in order to remain in power. (Colombo Gazette) Attanayake claimed that some members of the government had told him in Parliament last Friday that the government is fast losing popularity.He said that the Sri Lanka Freedom Party has lost at least 25 percent of its voter base. He said the government will continue to make financial offers and posts to UNP MPs to make them join the government but yet the UNP will remain resolute. read more

PUCSL introduces installment plan for electricity connections

Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka (PUCSL), the electricity sector regulator, has introduced a guideline to identify information for an installment payment system for those who are not able to pay the connection charge for a new electricity connection, in terms of Section 27 of the Sri Lanka Electricity Act, No. 20 of 2009 as amended.“Sri Lanka has named year 2017 as the year for eradicating poverty in the country. These guidelines will ensure that any person is able to afford to get an electricity connection,” Damitha Kumarasinghe, Director General of Public Utilities Commission of Sri Lanka said. According to the new guideline, Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) and the Lanka Electricity Company Private Limited (LECO) will recover the cost of providing a new connection in reasonable monthly installments along with the tariff and any other charges levied by the distribution licensee as per the standard tariff agreement. In addition, the distribution licensee (CEB or LECO) can also adopt such other criteria fairly and transparently when considering a request from a domestic consumer who does not meet the above criterion. These may include criteria such as pensioners, disabled soldiers, and elderly persons over the age of 55 as well as housing conditions.The guideline which have been already communicated to the Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) and Lanka Electricity Company (LECO) are now in effect. (Colombo Gazette) The guideline says those who are eligible can get the new connection on a monthly installment basis, which should not be more than five percent of the declared household income with the maximum deduction being not more than 1,500 rupees and should be recovered over a period of not less than 24 months. The Divinaguma beneficiaries and households, who get a monthly income, less than 50 percent of the median income of households in Sri Lanka as specified by the Department of Census & Statistics from time to time based on the Household Income & Expenditure Survey (HIES), will be eligible for this criteria where a consumer does not have sufficient means to pay in total at once the expenses incurred by the distribution licensee (CEB or LECO) in providing a supply of electricity.The median income of Sri Lanka is 30,814 rupees per month according to 2012/2013 HIES report. It can be seen that, fifty percent of the median household income per month is reflective of the average income of the poorest forty percent of households. read more

Lucky Jayawardena and J C Alawathuwala get new posts

Two new State Ministers took oaths before President Maithripala Sirisena today.Lucky Jayawardena took oaths as the State Minister of Urban Development and Water Supply and J. C Alawathuwala as the State Minister of Home Affairs. Lucky Jayawardena earlier served as the State Minister of Hill Country New Villages, Infrastructure and Community Development while Mr. J. C Alawathuwala was the Deputy Minister of Home Affairs.Secretary to the President Udaya R. Senevirathna was also present on this occasion. (Colombo Gazette) read more

In poor States breastfed babies have three times greater chance of survival

In a developing country, a child who is breastfed is almost three times more likely to survive infancy than a child who is not, the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said today at the start of a weeklong commemoration of the most natural way to nourish babies.“World Breastfeeding Week gives us an opportunity to advocate for a very simple way to save children’s lives,” said UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman. “Though breastfeeding rates are increasing in the developing world, an estimated 63 per cent of children under 6 months of age are still not adequately breastfed. As a result, millions of children start their lives at a disadvantage.”World Breastfeeding Week is observed in over 120 countries by UNICEF and its partners, including the World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action and the World Health Organization. The aim is to promote exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life, enabling babies to gain tremendous health benefits, critical nutrients, protection from deadly diseases and better growth and development.Continued breast feeding after six months, for up to two years of age or beyond, combined with safe and appropriate complementary feeding, is the optimal approach to child feeding, officials say.In an effort to give children the best possible start to life, UNICEF is working with new mothers around the world to ensure that their babies are properly fed.In Gambia, for example, the agency has assisted in the creation of baby-friendly communities where breastfeeding is protected, encouraged and supported. The programme works with both women and men to educate them on the benefits of proper maternal and infant nutrition.Breastfeeding can save lives in emergency situations where clean water is scarce and children are susceptible to life threatening illness such as diarrhoea. In Jogyakarta Indonesia, the epicentre of the May earthquake, UNICEF is leading an initiative to promote continued breastfeeding for children. One-hundred local women have been trained as breastfeeding counselors, visiting mothers with infants who are particularly vulnerable to disease.World Breastfeeding Week 2006 marks the 25th anniversary of the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes. To date, more than 60 governments have enacted all or many of the provisions of the Code as law.The Code aims to protect and promote breastfeeding by prohibiting the advertising and aggressive marketing of breastmilk substitutes, feeding bottles and other artificial supplies. Despite the progress made since the Code was adopted by the World Heath Assembly in 1981, challenges remain, and monitoring of Code violations is weak in some countries.“It is in the developing world, where under-nutrition contributes to about half of all deaths of children under five, where we see the worst consequences of non-compliance of the Code,” Ms. Veneman said. read more

Brock gives back with scholarships for Niagara high school grads

It was a celebration of Niagara’s future.For the fifth year in a row, but in a new format on campus, Brock University handed out more than $125,000 in entrance scholarships to graduating secondary school students from across the region Wednesday night.Selected based on a combination of academic achievements, involvement in school and the community, as well as financial need, the Niagara Principal’s Awards were given to 58 students representing 29 public, Catholic and private schools.Most of the recipients, along with their parents and school principals, were on hand at the University Wednesday to be presented their scholarships.“We moved to a new format for recognizing the scholarship recipients this year, allowing us to celebrate these students and their achievements more fully and among their school and home supporters,” said Beth Natale, Director, Recruitment and Retention for Brock University. “Hosting the event in the new Goodman School of Business Atrium was the perfect setting to illustrate the value and prestige associated with this accomplishment, and to demonstrate Brock’s commitment to partnership and investment in Niagara.”That commitment shows Brock is leading by example, said Westlane Secondary School principal Karen Simpson.“It’s an opportunity that some of these students might not have otherwise had and Brock is presenting that opportunity,” she said. “I think it’s outstanding. It’s important to give back to our community and Brock is doing that for our students. It’s also showing them the importance of giving back.”Since its inception in 2014, Brock has handed out the $2,500 entrance scholarships to nearly 300 students. read more

Ohio StateMiami 5 questions

1. Who will win the quarterback battle? The two are similar in a few ways. Both are dual-threat quarterbacks. Both passed for more than 3,000 yards last year. Both were handed the keys to their respective offenses as underclassmen. “I think [Pryor and Harris] have traveled a similar road,” OSU coach Jim Tressel said. “They both got put in there at an early point in their freshman year. But in [Pryor’s] case, it was the third or fourth game and he had to kind of get thrown in with an older group and learn their way.” 2. Will either team be able to run the ball effectively? Both defenses will be geared to stuff the run. Miami has a solid cache of defensive linemen, led by a genuine freak-of-nature in 6-foot-3, 287-pound senior Allen Bailey, who is not only a probable first-round pick in next April’s draft, but reportedly killed an alligator with nothing but a shovel a few years ago. As for OSU, the Silver Bullets are usually stout against the run. The OSU defense has ranked in the top five in the nation in fewest rushing yards allowed in three of the last five years. Miami coach Randy Shannon said starting running back Graig Cooper will likely miss the game, although ACC Rookie of the Week Lamar Miller appears to be a capable backup. 3. Can the OSU offensive line protect Pryor? The OSU offensive line did an admirable job last Thursday against Marshall. However, comparing the Marshall defensive line to the Miami front four would be foolish. Tressel isn’t taking the Hurricane pass rushers lightly. “They’re very good. They’re veterans, they’re quick and they’re strong,” Tressel said. “It will be a great challenge for our guys.” Although the Hurricanes have a star in Bailey and a few other solid players, the OSU hog mollies should be equipped to handle the task. 4. Who will win the field position battle? The combination of the crowd, OSU’s ability to force turnovers and Harris’ propensity to throw the football to the other team all favor the Scarlet and Gray. But nearly every one of those characteristics could have been said for the USC game last year and OSU lost that contest, 18-15. On the other hand, if the Buckeyes have the lead heading into the fourth quarter, the game is usually over. Under Tressel, OSU is 86-6 when taking the lead into the final quarter. Disclaimer: OSU led USC, 15-10, heading into the fourth quarter last year. 5. Will an unknown player, coaching decision or (gasp!) referee steal the show? Obviously, all three are impossible to predict. But in the 2003 Fiesta Bowl, the game was defined by curious coaching decisions and questionable calls by officials. From official Terry Porter’s infamous pass interference call in the first overtime, to Tressel’s decision to run a fake field goal early in the game to Miami’s downright dubious goal line offense in the second overtime, the game was full of judgments ripe for barroom discussion. As for an unknown player stealing the show, for Miami, sophomore safety Ray Ray Armstrong and Ohio State sophomore running back Jordan Hall could provide the difference. Armstrong is big (6-foot-4, 220 pounds), fast and saw major playing time as a freshman. If he keeps the OSU passing game in front of him and reads Pryor’s eyes, his performance will be two-fold: tackling receiver Dane Sanzenbacher over the middle of the field and intercepting Pryor. The diminutive Hall could make an impact as a punt returner. Think former LSU star Trindon Holliday, the 5-foot, 6-inch speed sprint champion who also specialized as a returner for the Tigers. Hall is capable of making a similar impact for OSU. This could be his breakout game. read more

Blazers Roy to have surgery on both knees

first_imgA visit from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. A 29-point half from Wesley Matthews. Comeback wins and overtime losses. It’s been anything but stagnant on the Blazers front over the past couple weeks, but one thing has been missing — news on Brandon Roy’s knees. Don’t fret. The wait is over. Blazers general manager, Rich Cho, announced Thursday that the shooting guard will undergo arthroscopic surgery on both of his knees. Team orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Donald Roberts, will perform the procedure next week. There is no timetable for his return. “I’m trying to do the best thing I can to get back on the floor,” said Roy through the release. “We’ve been able to get a number of different opinions and it’s something we’ve decided.” Roy, who has missed 16 games this season including the last 13, has been hampered by knee problems all year and announced last month that he would be sitting out indefinitely.Upon the announcement, Roy asserted that he, doctors and athletic trainers would explore a host of options to determine the best course of action towardlast_img read more

Relay For Life Of The Kenai Peninsula This Friday

first_imgThe opening ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. this Friday, June 1, with a welcome, introductions and recognition of sponsors. Beech: “The luminaria ceremony it’s to remember those we have lost, and then to honor those who have fought cancer or are currently fighting cancer.”  Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Participants in this year’s Relay For Life will gather together at Skyview Middle School to help fund cancer research and cancer patient programs by supporting the annual community-based fundraising event for the American Cancer Society. 7:00 pm – Studio 49 Stomp7:30 pm Results of To Cut or Not to Cut8:00 pm –  ZUMBA9:3o pm – Kenai Lions Club Breakfast11:00 pm – Luminaria Ceremony Johna Beech, lead state volunteer for the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network: “It’s always interesting how people talk about, the adjectives they use, when referencing to somebody that’s been diagnosed with cancer. You battle it, you fight it, you lose.”  The event will end at midnight. Money raised through Relay For Life events help the American Cancer Society fund  research and patient care programs and provide education and prevention information. Click for the full detailslast_img read more

Newsstand Declines Hitting New Lows Across More Categories

first_img There’s more bad news in the analysis of who’s being affected by the consumer’s growing lack of interest in picking up single copies. MagNet data shows that smaller titles whose newsstand sales had been holding up well against bigger ones are now feeling the squeeze. Whereas the top 25 and 50 titles had been experiencing larger declines, the latest data show that titles in the top 100 and top 1000 have pulled even. The percentage decline in sales is now more similar across all groups of titles through the top 1000, ranging from -1.4 percent for the top 25, to 3.2 percent for the top 1000. MagNet, though, puts a caveat on the comparison; the 2014 numbers may be overestimated both because numbers from Source Interlink Distribution dried up when it went out of business, and Barnes & Noble stopped providing data this year. That even despite publishers responding by paring back the number of hard copies distributed by 40 million over the same time period, but perhaps owing partly to an average 5 percent increase in cover prices. The latter move was factored into a dollar sales efficiency figure of 26.5 percent.  Yet MagNet is confident enough in the numbers to suggest in its narrative on the data that a stabilization of newsstand circ doesn’t appear to be in sight. The decline began eight years ago and sales are approaching an inauspicious milestone. The newsstand tracker’s first-half 2015 numbers are in and they show that the key metric of sales efficiency hit what it says is an all-time low. Only 26.8 percent of the magazines publishers distributed to retail outlets actually sold, down from 31 percent in the first half of 2014. Newsstand performance comparison for U.S. and Canada, first half 2015 versus 2014. (Includes estimates for Barnes & Noble sales) Source: MagNetcenter_img “We estimate that newsstand magazine sales will generate about $2.5 billion in 2015, just about half of what was generated in 2007,” the review reads in part. It’s getting to be old news now. Magazine newsstand sales are declining, according to the latest data from MagNet. But what is new, and worrisome, is that the declines are accelerating and the pain is spreading. MagNet’s outlook for 2015 looks even gloomier looking beyond the first-half numbers that are in the books. It says preliminary July and August numbers are tracking worse than those for the first half. Title rank comparison for U.S. and Canada, first half 2015 versus 2014. (Data does not include Barnes & Noble sales) Source: MagNetlast_img read more

Huge wildfire burns homes in Chile

first_imgA wildfire ravaged woods and burned 100 homes in the hilly Chilean port city of Valparaiso on Monday, forcing authorities to evacuate hundreds of people.At least 19 people were reported hurt after the fire broke out on the outskirts of the historic city, the government said.Television pictures showed thick grey smoke filling the streets in the Laguna Verde district, where the blaze struck, and flames devouring green hillsides.Hundreds of firefighters along with water-dumping airplanes and helicopters were battling the blaze, officials said.“Emergency protocols have been activated,” President Michelle Bachelet said on Twitter.The flames had “damaged 100 homes in an area where there are 500,” deputy interior minister Mahmud Aleuy told a news conference late Monday.He said 19 people were hurt, mostly by breathing in smoke, but there were no fatalities.The flames destroyed 50 hectares (123 acres) of woodland, the National Emergencies Office said in a statement.Fanned by strong winds in hot summer weather, the fire broke out in the hilly region that makes Valparaiso a picturesque tourist destination.Some 200 people were evacuated from their homes as a precaution, the agency added.“The fire was coming from the other side of the hill, down below. We never thought it would spread so far,” said Rosa Gallardo, a woman who lost her home in the fire.“It was hopeless. The smoke was suffocating. It stung my eyes. So we had to evacuate,” said Pablo Luna Flores, another resident who lost his home.Electricity providers said they had cut power to nearly 48,000 customers also as a precaution.The authorities issued a maximum red alert.Located 120 kilometers (75 miles) northwest of the capital Santiago, Valparaiso is home to Chile’s national Congress.Laguna Verde lies on the southern outskirts of Valparaiso, a sprawling city built on 40 hills with stunning sea views.Dubbed the “jewel of the Pacific,” the picturesque colonial city is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Thousands of tourists come every year to stroll its narrow cobbled streets and ride cable cars up the steep hills.Wildfires killed 15 people in 2014 and destroyed thousands of homes in the area, particularly in the city’s poorer neighborhoods.The wooden structures with their tin roofs, perched on tinder-dry hillsides, were quickly engulfed in that fire.More blazes in March 2015 killed one woman and forced thousands of people from their homes.The city is home to 270,000 people overall, many living in brightly colored houses on the hillsides.In its heyday from the mid-19th century to the early 20th, Valparaiso became famous as a stopover point for ships steaming down to the continent’s southern tip and on to the Atlantic.The opening of the Panama Canal in 1914 prompted a spectacular drop in traffic to Valparaiso and an end to the port’s glory days.It now relies heavily on tourism, and living standards are lower than the average in Chile.last_img read more

British Airways Tests VR Entertainment on Select FirstClass Flights

first_imgStay on target ‘Doctor Who’ Returns This Fall With Interactive VR GameWatch The Trailer For BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’ VR Special First Class customers on select British Airways flights from London Heathrow to New York JFK can now pass the time in virtual reality.Through the end of this year, BA is providing a selection of films, documentaries, and travel programs in 2D, 3D, and 360-degree formats.Headsets from VR eyewear specialist SkyLights provide travelers with an immersive experience, whether the seat back is in the upright and locked position or fully reclined.“We are always looking at the latest technology to enhance our customers’ experience on the ground and in the air,” Sajida Ismail, head of inflight product at BA, said in a statement.British Airways is the first UK airline to trial this technology. The company selected a range of therapeutic programs—including guided meditation and sound therapy—geared at those passengers with a fear of flying.A range of therapeutic programs are available for passengers with a fear of flying (via Nick Morrish/British Airways)“Virtual reality has the power to revolutionize in-flight entertainment and we’re really excited to trial these new glasses as they should create a unique and memorable journey for our First [Class] customers,” Ismail said.Top-tier patrons can look for VR headsets on selected BA117 through December 2019.Earlier this year, BA trialled the virtual reality technology at Heathrow Terminal 5, giving premium customers a glimpse of the simulated Club World cabin.These new features come as British Airways celebrates 100 years of air travel with an exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery, and a £6.5 billion ($7.9 billion) investment to improve its aircraft.Over the next five years, look for high-quality Wi-Fi and power in every seat, updated interiors, and 72 new aircraft.Watch: This Electric Train-Plane Hybrid Is the Best of Both WorldsMore on Geek.com:British Airways to Fuel Flights With Household WasteFord Wants to Design Cars With Virtual Reality SketchesArmchair Astronomers Can Now Visit a Black Hole—In Virtual Realitylast_img read more

macOS Catalina Revealed 6 Big Changes Coming to Your Mac

first_imgFor the next version of its Mac operating software, Apple is coming out of the desert and heading to the see. macOS Catalina debuts this fall, and it’s highlighted by the breakup of iTunes into three separate apps and the promise of more iOS apps making their way to the Mac.”We love the Mac, and our customers do too,” CEO Tim Cook told attendees at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference today (June 3). Here’s how Apple plans to show that love with macOS Catalina.Farewell, iTunesEven iTunes’ most ardent fans — and surely, there are dozens — would have to admit that Apple’s music player has gotten bloated over the years, adding all sorts of multimedia and device syncing features on top of its original mission of just managing your music.MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/macos-catalina-features-release-date?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 Apple’s response is to break everything up, with three apps in macOS Catalina taking over for iTunes. The new Music app will focus almost entirely on music playback, with Apple’s Craig Federighi describing the new app as “blazingly fast.” Apple Music subscribers will be able to get personalized recommendations from within the app.As for syncing your device, that now takes lace in the Finder, where your iPhone or iPad will appear as just another drive you’ve plugged into your Mac. Apple envisions the process taking place in the background, but you’ll be able to drag songs, podcasts and other media over from Apple’s apps onto your mobile device.The other remnants of iTunes can be found in the new Podcasts and TV apps, which will work a lot like they do on iOS devices. Podcasts will play back your favorite audio shows, and a new machine-learning powered feature will be able to search for spoken content, so you can search for episodes using words and phrases that appear in the podcasts themselves.As for the new TV app, it will give Mac user access to the Watch Now and Apple Channels features already enjoyed by iOS users on their version of the TV app. Newer Macs will be able to enjoy 4K HDR playback with HDR10 and Dolby Vision support.Project CatalystAt last year’s WWDC, Apple announced plans to make it easier for app makers to bring their software over to the Mac, with macOS Mojave showing how it’s done with apps like Apple’s own News offering. The other show dropped at this year’s developer conference, with app makers now gaining access to what Apple calls Project Catalyst.Project Catalyst is aimed at bringing iPad apps over to the Mac, and there are more than 1 million of those, according to Federighi. The feature will be available through Apple’s Xcode developer tools.Apple says that apps like Twitter, Asphalt 9 and Jira Cloud are already taking advantage of Project Catalyst to produce Mac versions.SidecarIf you’re the kind of person who likes dual-display setups to get more work done, macOS Catalina is adding a feature that should interest you, especially if you use one of Apple’s laptops. The updated OS adds a feature called Sidecar that will let you turn your iPad into a second display.With Sidecar, you’ll even be able to use an Apple Pencil on iPad that support that input device to control and interact with apps on your Mac via that secondary screen.AccessibilitymacOS Catalina boosts the accessibility features on the Mac by adding voice control, with similar support coming to iOS devices this fall. In a demo video, Apple executives showed off how voice controls can halde everything from dictation to navigation. The feature will even add numbers to files and photos so that you can select them with your voice.Improved securityWhile macOS Catalina splits up iTunes, it’s combining two other apps — Find My iPhone and Find My Friends. (As with the accessibility improvements, this enhancement is headed to iOS devices as well, with iOS 13.) The new Find My feature will be your one-stop location tracking app for keeping tabs on your friends and assorted Apple devices.One new twist involves the ability to find devices even if they’re offline — particularly important if you’ve lost your MacBook Pro, and it’s asleep. Apple devices will now use secure Bluetooth beacon technology so that they’re detected by other nearby Mac users who are online. That encrypted location data will be anonymously forwarded to you so that you can find that offline laptop. As described by Apple, the process sounds a lot like the technology that leading key trackers use to pinpoint the location of missing items by crowd-sourcing the location information.New Macs with T2 security chips add a new Activation Lock feature in macOS Catalina that require your login information to re-active a stolen or misplaced laptop. That essentially makes your computer useless to a thief, Apple says.Other system app improvementsLook for other apps to gain new features in macOS Catalina, though Apple breezed through the changes during today’s keynote. Photos gets a new browsing experience similar to the one slated for iOS 13, while the Notes app gains a new gallery view. Apple is completely redesigning Reminders for the Mac as well.Another app making the leap from iOS devices to the Mac is Screen Time, which makes its Mac debut in macOS Catalina. Expect the same features like time limits to make their way to the Mac, with those limits enforced across all your Apple devices.macOS Catalina availabilityThe final release of macOS Catalina comes this fall. Developers will be able to get their hands on a beta today, while the public will have to wait until July for their chance to test out the new macOS features.Editors’ Note: This story has been updated to correct information about how syncing will be handled post-iTunes.For all the Apple announcements from today, check out our WWDC 2019 hub page. by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoForbes15 Cities With the Worst Drivers in AmericaForbesUndoCNN International for ANAWhy Tennis Pundits Are Tipping This WomanCNN International for ANAUndoTODAYCeline Dion Discusses Her Recent Weight Loss: ‘Everything’s Fine’TODAYUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoVerizon WirelessThis new phone will blow your mind.Verizon WirelessUndoAdvertisementlast_img read more

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first_img Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more News | May 03, 2010 Ultrasound Adds Medical Imaging for EMS Related Content Video Player is loading.Mark Ibrahim explains what EPs need from CT imagingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 5:23Loaded: 3.08%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -5:23 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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The implementation of SonoSite’s hand-carried ultrasound systems allows first responders to bring improved care and immediate diagnostics directly to the point of patient care. With the ability to quickly assess, diagnose and triage patients at the scene, medical personnel in first response vehicles such as ambulances and helicopters will be able to prenotify hospitals of a patient’s arrival, which could lead to improved clinical outcomes. One of the first physicians to integrate ultrasound into first responder vehicles, Dave Spear, M.D., EMS medical director, Odessa, Texas, said, “Working for the Odessa Fire Department, I have spent the last 10 years training paramedics on how to use ultrasound in the prehospital setting. SonoSite’s systems are incredibly simple to use, portable, durable and have truly changed the dynamic in which first responders can diagnose a patient at the point-of-care. Quickly, paramedics can scan a patient for internal bleeding, and then determine whether they need to call the surgeon to head into the local trauma center. SonoSite has placed valuable technology in the hands of EMS providers and as a result, they have brought major benefits to patients at the point-of-care.”“I believe that within the next three to five years ultrasound will become a standard for delivering better patient care in the prehospital emergency setting,” said David Hildebrandt, NREMT-P, CCEMT-P, Hennepin County Medical Center, Minneapolis.Physio-Control believes ultrasound may be the next clinical advancement with positive patient care impact in EMS.For more information: www.sonosite.com, www.physio-control.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more Video Player is loading.GE Cardiographe cardiac CT scanner at SCCT19Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:38Loaded: 26.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:38 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Women at High Risk for Breast Cancer More Likely to Get MRI

first_img Image courtesy of Imago Systems March 13, 2017 — A new study shows women at high risk for breast cancer were more likely to return for additional screening with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) if they received a letter informing them of their options for additional imaging. The letter (in addition to a letter sent to their primary care physician) — which is included in the paper published in Health Communications — may help breast imaging centers navigate the complex legal, ethical and institutional landscapes in a way that increases the likelihood that women will follow through with American Cancer Society breast cancer screening recommendations for adjunct breast screening in women at elevated risk.The project is a collaboration between Invision Sally Jobe Breast Centers, which contributed the de-identified data, and researchers from the University of Colorado Cancer Center, University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Radiology and the Colorado School of Public Health.”Invision Sally Jobe Breast Centers screen about 65,000 women every year for breast cancer and some of these women are at high risk. When Invision Sally Jobe Breast Centers adopted the American Cancer Society recommendations for breast cancer screening, they first only informed referring physicians. Invision Sally Jobe Breast Centers later went on to adopt the practice of informing women of these recommendations directly, in addition to the physicians. So we have a natural experiment where we can compare the two methods of communication,” explained Deborah Glueck, Ph.D., the paper’s senior author. Glueck is a CU Cancer Center investigator and associate professor of radiology and biostatistics at the Colorado School of Public Health.The paper compares rates of follow-up MRI for women found to have greater than 20 percent risk according to the widely used Gail model risk assessment. The study was split into two periods — one in which the recommendation for additional screening was communicated via letter only to a woman’s primary care physician, and one in which recommendations were communicated via letters to both the woman and to her primary care physician. When women were sent a letter informing them of the American Cancer Society additional breast screening recommendations for women at elevated lifetime risk, follow-up screening with breast MRI increased significantly.”In an earlier study, we noticed that only a small percentage of women were coming back for MRI. This paper is the result of us wondering why,” said John Brinton, Ph.D., assistant research professor at the Colorado School for Public Health, the paper’s first author.However, the researchers point out that their results do not necessarily prove that direct communication caused the increase in follow-up screening. Because this was an observational study, the increase in follow-up screening could have been due to unrelated factors — what the researchers call secular trends — such as current events or changes in culture that could have influenced attitudes about MRI screening in these high-risk patients.”We show that this kind of communication is associated with an increased rate of women returning for breast cancer screening with MRI,” Glueck said. “But the thing I really care about is whether risk assessment, good communication and breast cancer screening actually save lives, or just cause harms from additional screening.”This is the central question of Glueck and Brinton’s continuing line of research. Just now, with data collection pre- and post-adoption of ACS guidelines by many thousands of patients at the Invision Sally Jobe Breast Centers, and with the hope for continued research funding, the team may be able to gather the resources needed to answer Glueck’s larger question.For more information: www.tandfonline.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | MRI Breast | March 13, 2017 Women at High Risk for Breast Cancer More Likely to Get MRI When Informed Directly Observational study saw secondary screening rates increase significantly in women who received a letter informing them of their imaging options 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 | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more Related Content News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more 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 News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more News | Colonoscopy Systems | August 06, 2019 Rise in Early Onset Colorectal Cancer Not Aligned With Screening Trends A new study finds that trends in colonoscopy rates did not fully align with the increase in colorectal cancer (CRC) in… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more last_img read more

Author Naomi Ragen appeals plagiarism conviction

first_img Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths 0 Comments   Share   Sponsored Stories Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Top Stories Ragen told The Associated Press Thursday the charges against her were “absolutely ridiculous.” She said the ruling could set a dangerous precedent and “prevent creativity” in Israel.Ragen’s case will now go to the Israeli Supreme Court for a final decision.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)center_img Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes JERUSALEM (AP) – Author Naomi Ragen has appealed a ruling that found her guilty of plagiarizing content in her 1992 book Sotah.Ragen is an American-born novelist famous for tackling controversial issues facing the ultra-Orthodox community. A dual U.S.-Israeli citizen, she has lived in Israel since 1971.In December, a Jerusalem court ruling found her guilty of copying sections of a book by Sarah Shapiro.Ragen says she only took “certain ideas and information” from Shapiro’s book to better inform her own fiction.last_img read more

Popular GPs have reached Gesy patient quota

first_imgNews that a clearly popular doctor has already reached his 2,500-patient cap allowed under the national health scheme (Gesy) has raised concerns that patients may not be able to register with the doctor of their choice when out-patient care starts on June 1.Patients have been able to put their names down with a Gesy-registered GP since March, ahead of the official registration in June. The popularity of some doctors suggests that patients should not waste any time about registering.Earlier this week, one doctor in Limassol, Panayiotis Demosthenous, posted on social media that he had reached the 2,500 quota in just 40 days.“I was more touched than I was excited,” said the doctor in his post thanking his patients for trusting him.However, questions have arisen as to what will happen to potential new patients who want to register with a specific doctor who has already reached the 2,500 limit.Ahead of the June launch of the GP system, patients should check that their doctor is registered with Gesy’s Health Insurance Organisation (HIO) and whether they are compiling a patient list for Gesy.“If the doctor is keeping those lists, patients will be able to register with the doctor, who will then give priority to those patients, when the time of the official Gesy registrations begins,” a source at the health ministry told the Sunday Mail.GPs will also be able to register more patients than the 2,500 quota, if the potential new patient meets certain criteria, which are outlined on the Gesy website.In the case of children, the parent or guardian that has registered one child with a paediatrician, can register a sibling with the same doctor.A paediatrician could also take on more patients, in the event that there are not enough doctors.Similar rules apply for GPs who exceed the 2,500 limit.  If a family member is registered with a doctor who has already reached their limit, another adult family member can register with the same doctor.With many private doctors still refusing to join Gesy, shortages of GPs and paediatricians remain a concern, but reports surfaced this week that some doctors currently working at state hospitals have left to set up their own medical practices and register with the HIO, in the hopes of getting pay increases. While the fee per patient under Gesy is not enough to tempt many private doctors, it is more than a doctor in a state hospital receives.Twelve doctors out of a total 825 from the state hospitals have reportedly left to register with the HIO as GPs.The head of the doctors’ union (Pasyki) Soteris Koumas said that this was a problem.“It is a problem, because each doctor is a piece of the puzzle,” Koumas told the Sunday Mail, noting that these doctors would need to be replaced.He added the government knew from February that five doctors had left to be GPs and that they were never replaced, while this week the government announced six new paediatric positions.As for the doctors leaving the state hospitals, Koumas added that it is within their rights to go and become GPs.However, the ministry said that the number of doctors leaving was small, and that five of the 12 who left to sign up as GPs, were about to retire.“When and if a need arises, [the ministry] immediately moves forward with filling those medical positions, whether it be because they retired or they quit,” said Minister Constantinos Ioannou.State doctors are currently under state health services (Okypy), which has said that it would begin to negotiate for the transfer of the state doctors to the Gesy’s HIO.State doctors who opt to work as GPs under Gesy could see their salaries go up by at least 25 per cent according to a proposal in the report commissioned by Okypy.The proposal, prepared by professor Mike Pringle, suggests monetary incentives at the initial stage of Gesy for state doctors who will work as GPs and additional incentives involving both items of service payments and points accrual in subsequent years.The proposal was commissioned by Okypy after a decision to offer additional incentives to public sector GPs as their salaries under Gesy will be lower than those of the private sector.For the first phase of Gesy, between June and December 2019, each GP would receive €10 per beneficiary registered with them. Toward that end €1.2m has been earmarked in the 2019 budget and “is equivalent of an average 25 per cent increase in salary for each of them”, the document said.     You May LikeDirectExposeWorld’s First Surviving Octuplets Are All Grown Up. Look At Them 9 Years LaterDirectExposeUndoEditorChoice.comIf You Have Any Of These 20 Toys Around, You Just Became RichEditorChoice.comUndoHealthCentral.com7 Sneaky Signs of Lung CancerHealthCentral.comUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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