Local Author publishes New Release Best Seller Book

first_imgKnott is currently travelling to Festivals with her book and writing her second book which could be published by 2021.The book, In My Own Moccasins, a memoir of resilience can be purchased at Cole’s at Totem mall and Online sites such as Amazon. Knott shares, she has always loved writing since a little girl and something she has wanted to do yet says she was never set on sharing her story.The idea of the book came to her during a state of prayer which told Knott to write. She started writing and this evolved into her now published book.The book has been impactful for readers and this can be seen through testimonials on social media and the internet. “The reaction to the book has been pretty amazing, ” said Knott, “In terms of vocal support, that has been huge.”Knott shares, finding out the book was on a bestsellers list for new releases in the first week was pretty crazy for her, as she figured this would happen eventually, yet not as soon as it did.For Knott, the most important part of the book being published and available are the people that are reaching out and telling her what the book has meant to them in context to their own stories she shares.“The return of love that I feel from the level of truth-telling in the book that was put in, on purpose, is now meeting its purpose in what it was meant to do, heal,” said Knott FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Local Indigenous Author, Helen Knott has published her first book, In My Own Moccasins, a memoir of resilience which has made a bestseller list for new releases.The book took Knott three years to write and two years for publishing. The five years in total has been a process to get the book into the world shares, Knott.last_img read more

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Thesis defences — posted Aug 10

Samantha Hajna — MSc Health SciencesSamantha Hajna will defend her thesis on Wednesday, Aug. 11 at 9 a.m. in WC204B. Title: Role of Family Eating Practices on Daily Nutrient Intake, Dietary Patterns and Measures of Body Composition in Peri-Adolescents. Supervisor: Paul LeBlanc; advisory committee: Brent Faught and Jian Liu; external examiner: Anwar Merchant, University of South Carolina; chair: Deborah O’Leary.Nicole Coverdale — MSc Health SciencesNicole Coverdale will defend her thesis on Thursday, Aug. 12 at 10:30 a.m. in WC204B. Title: Baroreflex Sensitivity and Development Coordination Disorder. Supervisor: Deborah O’Leary; advisory committee: Brent Faught and Panagiota Klentrou; external examiner: Maureen MacDonald, McMaster University; chair: Paul LeBlanc.Cedomir (Chad) Tosevski — MSc Health SciencesCedomir (Chad) Tosevski will defend his thesis on Thursday, Aug. 12 at 10:30 a.m. in WH147. Title: The Relationship between Body Mass Index and Breast Cancer Recurrence/Progression and Breast Cancer-Specific Death. Supervisor: Martin Tammemagi; advisory committee: Jian Liu and Brent Faught ; external examiner: Margie Parthimos, Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care; chair: Ana Sanchez.Andrew Depner — MA Leisure StudiesAndrew Depner will defend his thesis on Wednesday, Aug. 18 at 1 p.m. in WH147. Title: A Comparison of Self-Determined Motivational Experiences between Participants and Non-Participants Following the Physical Activity Component of the CATCH Kid Club. Supervisor: Scott Forrester; advisory committee: Erin Sharpe and James Mandigo; external examiner: Michael Kanters, North Carolina State University; chair: Trent Newmeyer. (video conference)Daniele Chirico — MSc Health SciencesDaniele Chirico will defend his thesis on Monday, Aug. 23 at 2 p.m. in WC204B. Title: Left Ventricular Structure and Function in Children with Developmental Coordination Disorder. Supervisor: Deborah O’Leary; advisory committee: Panagiota Klentrou and John Cairney; external examiner: Brian Timmons, McMaster University; chair: Brian Jeynes.Melanie Hedley — MA Physical Health and EducationMelanie Hedley will defend her thesis on Tuesday, Aug. 24 at 9 a.m. in WC204B. Title: Lived Experiences of Children with Disabilities. Supervisor: Maureen Connolly; advisory committee: Nancy Francis and Jae Patterson; External Examiner: Jason Candy, Niagara College; chair: Gail Frost.Andrew Andrijiw — MA Sport ManagementAndrew Andrijiw will defend his thesis on Wednesday, Aug. 25 at 9 a.m. in WH147. Title: Life after Hockey: An Examination of Athletic Career Transition and the National Hockey League’s Career Transition Program. Supervisor: Lucie Thibault; advisory committee: Catherine Van Ingen and Richard Wolfe; external examiner: Sandy Gordon, University of Western Australia; chair: Lisa Kikulis. (video conference)Ishan Angra — MA Physical Health and EducationIshan Angra will defend his thesis on Wednesday, Aug. 25 at 10 a.m. in WC204B. Title: A Needs Assessment of Public Health Professionals: Supporting the Implementation of Ontario 2010 Revised Elementary Health and Physical Education Curriculum. Supervisor: James Mandigo; advisory committee: Nancy Francis and Madelyn Law; external examiner: Aniko Varpalotal, University of Western Ontario; chair: Philip Sullivan. (video conference)Nadia Akseer — MSc Health SciencesNadia Akseer will defend her thesis on Wednesday, Aug. 25 at 9 a.m. in WC284. Title: Examining the Potential of Childhood Stature in Assessing Adolescent Overweight and Obesity. Supervisor: Jian Liu; advisory committee: Brent Faught and John Hay; external examiner: Katherine Cianflone, Université Laval; chair: TBA. (video-conference)Ashley Johnson — MA Physical Health and EducationAshley Johnson will defend her thesis on Thursday, Aug. 26 at 10 a.m. in WC204B. Title: Social Development of Primary Aged Children through a Movement Education Program. Supervisor: Nancy Francis; advisory committee; James Mandigo and Catherine Van Ingen; external examiner: Mary-Louise Vanderlee, Brock University; chair: Michael J. Plyley.Shane Nicholls — MSc ManagementShane Nicholls, Faculty of Business, Department of Accounting, will defend his thesis on Monday, Aug. 30 at 1:30 p.m. in Sankey Chambers. The title of his thesis is “Y Works: Average Hours Worked and Average Salaries.” His examining committee members are: Marilyn Rose, chair; Sean Lyons, external examiner, College of Management and Economics, University of Guelph; Darlene Bay, supervisor; Gail Lynn Cook, Dirk De Clercq and Mark Julien.All are welcome to attend thesis defences. read more

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Asian shares rise as investors watch trade war economies

TOKYO — Asian shares were higher Monday, as investors continue to rejigger their read on President Donald Trump’s trade war and growing worries about slowing economies around the world.Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 rose 0.6% in early trading to 20,532.95. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 gained 0.8% to 6,454.40, while South Korea’s Kospi was 0.4% higher at 1,934.78. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng rose 0.9% to 25,734.22. The Shanghai Composite added 0.3% to 2,823.82.On Friday, the S&P 500 rose 41.08 points, or 1.4%, to 2,888.68. The Dow, which had an 800-point drop earlier in the week, added 306.62 points, or 1.2%, to 25,886.01. The Nasdaq climbed 129.38 points, or 1.7%, to 7,895.99. Each index still finished with a third-straight weekly decline.Investors favoured smaller company stocks, which pushed up the Russell 2000. The index rose 31.99 points, or 2.2%, to 1,493.64.Wall Street stocks and other investments had heaved and dropped all week, hitting a crescendo on Wednesday when a fairly reliable warning signal of recession flipped on in the U.S. Treasury market.Investors are hoping that the Federal Reserve will continue to cut interest rates to shore up economic growth. The central bank lowered interest rates by a quarter-point at its last meeting. It was the first time it lowered rates in a decade.“With global economic engines still clattering and in desperate need of some high-grade Central Bank stimulus, investors are still pinning their hopes on central bank policy,” said Stephen Innes, managing partner at Valour Markets in Singapore.Investors are also worried about Trump’s shocking announcement on Aug. 1 that he planned to extend tariffs across virtually all Chinese imports, many of them consumer products that were exempt from early rounds of tariffs. The tariffs have been delayed, but ultimately will raise costs for U.S. companies bringing goods in from China.ENERGY:Benchmark crude oil rose 43 cents to $55.30 a barrel. It rose 40 cents to settle at $54.87 a barrel Friday. Brent crude oil, the international standard, rose 53 cents to $59.17 a barrel.CURRENCIES:The dollar rose to 106.40 Japanese yen from 106.24 yen Friday. The euro rose slightly to $1.1090 from $1.1085.Yuri Kageyama, The Associated Press read more

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CGI Group stock hits new 52week high company looks to US for

CGI Group stock hits new 52-week high; company looks to U.S. for acquisitions MONTREAL – Information technology company CGI Group Inc. says it’s on the lookout for potential U.S. acquisitions after reporting strong results Wednesday that sent its shares to their highest price in more than a year.Shares in CGI Group (TSX:GIB.A) traded at $35.89, up $3.56, or 11 per cent on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The stock traded as high as $36.36, above the previous 52-week high of $33.11 and the highest in at least five years.CEO Michael Roach said an acquisition in the United States would add to the company’s earnings and believes the information technology market will continue to consolidate.“It’s a big, big market and while we’re doing exceptionally well down there, we could do even better with a larger platform and a go-to market capability,” Roach told financial analysts on a conference call.Roach said CGI’s U.S. operations are seeing significant growth and the company is involved in helping the U.S. government and some states implement health-care reform, commonly known as Obamacare.“We’re currently involved with nine states, building platforms for consumers to shop for, review and select and appropriate healthcare plan. In addition, we’re building the federal facilitated marketplace platform to be used for consumers in the 26 states currently without their own exchanges,” he said.“Our U.S commercial pipeline has expanded by nearly 50 per cent, reflecting signs of a firming economy as companies begin to focus investments beyond cost control towards growth initiatives.”CGI Group has $2 billion worth of outstanding contract bids with the U.S. federal government, he said.However, Roach said CGI Group is still focused on realizing all possible revenues and profits from its year-ago acquisition of U.K.-based Logica.CGI has said the purchase of Logica last year has not only dramatically boosted its revenues, but also provided a strategic business unit that’s a leader in the Asia-Pacific.Before the $2.7-billion deal closed last August, CGI and Logica each relied on their home markets in North America and Europe respectively for 95 per cent of their business. Together, they have started to expand the relationship with clients in both geographies that operate internationally.In its financial results reported Wednesday, CGI Group (TSX:GIB.A) said it earned a net profit of $178.2 million or 56 cents per share, up from $87.2 million or 33 cents per share in the same period last year.The third quarter profit included integration costs of $53.5 million and a one-time tax benefit of $14.9 million. Before those costs, net earnings were $200.4 million, or 63 cents per diluted share, up from $93 million a year earlier.Revenue was up 141 per cent to $2.57 billion from $1.06 billion as bookings, including new contract wins, extensions and renewals, rose 86 per cent to $2.8 billion. The company also said it generated $133.2 million in cash from operating activities during the quarter.National Bank Financial analyst Kris Thompson said although CGI Group beat analysts’ expectations, investors should expect some weakness in the company’s fourth-quarter, which includes vacation season.Thompson is increasing his share price target to $42, up from $40.RBC Capital Markets analyst Paul Treiber called the results “solid” and said the company’s core business is recovering. Treiber also said CGI Group’s adjusted earnings of 63 cents per share are above analysts’ expectations of 58 cents, which excludes integration expenses of $53 million.Revenue of $2.57 billion exceeded expectations of $2.53 billion for the quarter, Treiber said in a research note.Founded in 1976, CGI Group is the fifth largest independent information technology and business process services firm in the world and has about 69,000 employees worldwide. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by LuAnn LaSalle, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 31, 2013 10:20 am MDT read more

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Ohio State womens volleyball bests Wisconsin for first conference win

Members of the OSU women’s volleyball team huddle before a game against Minnesota on Sept. 23 at St. John Arena. OSU lost 3-2.Credit: Sarah Mikati / Lantern PhotographerThe Big Ten schedule has been just as demanding as expected for the Ohio State women’s volleyball team thus far.After dropping its Big Ten opener to Minnesota, OSU came away victorious in its second straight five-set marathon, defeating No. 16 Wisconsin (25-17, 18-25, 25-20, 21-25, 15-11) on Sunday at St. John Arena.The Buckeyes (12-2, 1-1) and Badgers (8-4, 0-2) traded each of the five sets, with OSU taking the first, third and fifth, and Wisconsin taking the second and fourth.Junior middle blocker Taylor Sandbothe led the charge for OSU with a game-leading 26.5 points on 20 kills, eight blocks (three solo) and one service ace.“With every game, I think I’m trying to get better, focusing on what I’m doing on my side and staying in every point, one point at a time,” Sandbothe said. “I think that Wednesday was a little uncharacteristic of me, but I knew what I had to do today: come out and be strong for my team.”The OSU freshmen again made strong contributions, with outside hitter Audra Appold notching 13 kills and setter Taylor Hughes assisting on a career-high 51 points to go along with eight digs, seven blocks (two solo) and five kills.“I think they bring a whole other element to our team, just kind of keeping it fresh and keeping it new,” Sandbothe said of the freshmen. “Obviously, they knew what they had to get done today, so it was amazing to see them really step up and make an impact.”Hughes said her transition to playing at the collegiate level has been challenging, but the support of her teammates and coaches has helped her ease into the big role she’s been given.“It’s nice to have my teammates and my coaching staff to have the confidence in me and just showing that they know I can do it,” Hughes said. “They have my back.”From the outset, it was clear that the OSU defense would play a huge role in the win. In her seventh double-double of the season, senior outside hitter Elizabeth Campbell had a team-leading 14 digs to go along with 14 kills. The Buckeyes were also able to slow down the Badgers’ offense with a season-high 15 blocks.Six of those blocks came in the first set — four from Hughes — as OSU ran away with a 25-17 win. The set started off as a back-and-forth affair, but the Buckeyes eventually grabbed a 6-5 lead which was not relinquished.OSU never led in the second set. After going down 8-2, OSU did battle its way back to tie things at 11, but the Badgers closed things out on a 14-7 run.The Buckeyes took a 2-1 lead by winning the third set, but couldn’t close out the Badgers in the tightly contested fourth frame.That forced a decisive fifth set, in which the Buckeyes jumped out to a 5-0 lead and didn’t look back. Despite a late charge by Wisconsin to close the gap to 12-10, OSU was able to win three of the final four points to take the match. OSU made only one attacking error in the final set en route to a .458 hit percentage.The Buckeyes are set to return to the court on Friday when they match up against Iowa at St. John Arena at 7 p.m. read more

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Timmy Mallett enlists fans in quest for stolen bike

Theresa May supported his effortsCredit:Timmy Mallett The presenter told The Sun before he set off: “Five days before I set out Martin passed away and this threw everything into confusion because suddenly it changed the aspect of how I was going to mark this journey.”My brother Paul found these in amongst his things – he found these Martin Mallett name tags – the sort of thing you would sew into your clothes when you go to school so you don’t lose them. “I had a bundle of these and I decided every day I would leave a Martin Mallett name tag somewhere special.” @TimmyMallett – Hi Timmy. We are on the case 🚨👮‍♀️👮Please visit our website if you have any more information👉 https://t.co/nTWaaLX6jRIf any members of the public have any information, then please contact us.— Thames Valley Police (@ThamesVP) August 6, 2018 Fans have mobilised to help Timmy Mallett, who posted on social media that his beloved bicycle was stolen.The TV personality posted that he was heartbroken after the bike, on which he recently cycled 2,000 miles across Europe in memory of his dead brother, was taken from a pub car park.He tweeted: “I’ve cycled half way across Europe on my Giant E bike carrying dear brother Martin’s memory.”Securely locked in my local pub car park last night it was taken. CCTV shows them. Heartbroken.”The 62-year-old was drinking with friends in a pub in Berkshire when the bicycle was taken.Thames Valley Police has said it is on the case, while fans are keeping their eyes peeled for it. Theresa May supported his efforts Mr Mallett had cycled on a pilgrimage across Europe, which ended in north-west Spain.He left some of his brother’s personal belongings at places along the route, travelling across three countries in two months. Theresa May and the Duke of Cambridge backed his efforts; he did not plan the bike ride as a tribute to his brother but decided to as he died shortly before the trip was about to start. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. I’ve cycled half way across Europe on my Giant E bike carrying dear brother Martin’s memorySecurely locked in my local pub car park last night it was taken. CCTV shows them.Heartbroken#findTimmeeeeEbike@bikeregister@GiantUK @MaidenheadAds @ThamesVP @TVP_Maidenhead pic.twitter.com/bpPQBPwk55— Timmy Mallett (@TimmyMallett) August 4, 2018 read more

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CL Wild Car tournament RNL the biggest favorite

By the votes of our visitors, the biggest chances to qualify for next Champions League has German, Rhein Neckar Lowen.  Great majority of people (82%) who visits Handball-Planet.com voted for host team. Games will be play in Karlsruhe.Match Schedule:3 September 201018:00 hrs: Reale Ademar (ESP) VS. Bjerringbro-Silkeborg (DEN)20:15 hrs: Rhein-Neckar Löwen (GER) VS. RK Gorenje Velenje (SLO)4 September 201017:00 hrs: RK Gorenje Velenje (SLO) VS. Reale Ademar (ESP)19:30 hrs: Bjerringbro-Silkeborg (DEN) VS. Rhein-Neckar Löwen (GER)5 September 201015:00 hrs: Bjerringbro-Silkeborg (DEN) VS. RK Gorenje Velenje (SLO)17:45 hrs: Reale Ademar (ESP) VS. Rhein-Neckar Löwen (GER) (live on ehfTV.com)The winner of the EHF Men’s Champions League Wild Card will proceed to Men’s EHF Champions League Group A, to meet title defenders THW Kiel (GER), last season’s second finalist F.C. Barcelona Borges (ESP), HC Celje Pivovarna Lasko (SLO), Chambery Savoie HB (FRA) and KS Vive Targi Kielce (POL).Other CL qualification tournaments:EHF Men’s Champions League Qualification Tournament Group 1A total of eight teams take part in the two 2010/11 Men’s EHF Champions League Qualification Tournaments, divided into two groups of four teams each. The EHF Men’s Champions League Qualification Group 1 is hosted by A1 Bregenz and will take place in the Handballarena Rieden-Vorkloster, Austria.Match Schedule(all times are local)3 September 201018:00 hrs: Drammen HK (NOR) VS Besiktas JK (TUR)20:00 hrs: Tatran Presov (SVK) VS A1 Bregenz (AUT)4 September 201018:00 hrs: Besiktas JK (TUR) VS Tatran Presov (SVK)20:00 hrs: A1 Bregenz (AUT) VS Drammen HK (NOR)5 September 201014:00 hrs: Tatran Presov (SVK) VS Drammen HK (NOR)16:00 hrs: A1 Bregenz (AUT) VS Besiktas JK (TUR)The winner of this Qualification Group 1 will proceed to Men’s EHF Champions League Group B, to meet three last year’s Quarterfinalists MKB Veszprém KC (HUN), Montpellier Agglomeration HB (FRA), HSV Hamburg (GER) as well as KIF Kolding (DEN) and newcomers IK Sävehof (SWE).Find more information here.EHF Men’s Champions League Qualification Tournament Group 2The EHF Men’s Champions League Qualification Group 1 is hosted by FC Porto/Vitalis and will take place in the Dragão Caixa, Portugal.Match Schedule(all times are local)3 September 2010(NEW MATCH TIMES ON DAY 1 DUE TO PTV BROADCAST)18:30 hrs: ZTR Zaporozhye (UKR) VS FC Porto (POR)20:30 hrs: HC Metalurg (MKD) VS HC Dínamo-Minsk (BLR)4 September 201015:00 hrs: FC Porto (POR) VS HC Metalurg (MKD)17:00 hrs: HC Dínamo-Minsk (BLR) VS ZTR Zaporozhye (UKR)5 September 201015:00 hrs: HC Metalurg (MKD) VS ZTR Zaporozhye (UKR)17:00 hrs: HC Dínamo-Minsk (BLR) VS FC Porto (POR)The winner of this Qualification Group 2 will proceed to Men’s EHF Champions League Group C, to meet AaB Handball (DEN), a newcomer to the EHF Champions League, as well as four teams with experience in the EHF Men’s Champions League: last year’s EHF FINAL4 participant Chekhovskie Medvedi (RUS), Cuatro Rayas BM Valladolid (ESP) who reached the round of the Last 16, Pick Szeged (HUN) from last year’s Group A and the runner’s up in last year’s Qualification Group Q, Kadetten Schaffhausen (SUI). EHF Champions LeagueRhein Neckar Lowen ← Previous Story The best handball player of all time, Svetlana Kitic: “I didn’t believe” Next Story → RNL, Minsk and Tatran Presov complete CL 2010/2011! read more

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Bernd Leno is a brilliant modern goalkeeper – Mustafi

first_imgArsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi has lavished praise on the qualities of new teammate Bernd LenoThe 26-year-old was signed from Bayer Leverkusen during the summer transfer window by new manager Unai Emery.However, Leno has been made to play second fiddle to Petr Cech during the early stages of the new season.But Mustafi insists that Leno will get his chance and will thrive at Arsenal.“I know Bernd very well because we played together since the Under-15s German team, so I have known him for a long time,” he said on the Evening Standard.“He is a brilliant goalkeeper. He has everything a modern keeper needs: good feet, good hands and he has personality.”The German goalkeeper is one of five new summer acquisitions at the Gunners.Yet he is the only one to not have made a single appearance.New boss Emery has shaken things up at the Emirates since replacing the long-serving Arsene Wenger.The likes of Aaron Ramsey and Mesut Ozil have not been handed the same kind of prominent roles they had enjoyed under Wenger.Jadon SanchoMerson believes Arsenal should sign Sancho Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho might be the perfect player to play for the Gunners, according to former England international Paul Merson.Ramsey was left on the bench in last weekend’s defeat to Chelsea, while Ozil was surprisingly substituted.“Competition is something that brings you to the next level, because if you have no competition and you know you are starting week in, week out, it takes a little bit of the quality [away],” said Mustafi.“When you know you have someone standing on your toes, you are going to be try and be better and better every week.“Competition is right but it has to be healthy. For us it is because we are in a good team spirit.“Everyone is quite happy with the people we have in the changing room. There’s no people fighting each other or something like this.“There is competition but healthy competition and that is something that is going to bring us forward.”Despite losing their first two games, there are reasons to remain optimistic at Arsenal.“We can be positive about what we did,” said Mustafi.“If we keep doing what the coach asks, results are going to come.”last_img read more

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Sean Dyche blasts Liverpool Jurgen Klopp over comments after match

first_imgBurnley head coach Sean Dyche didn’t take light the comments Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp made after their match and he ha has now hit back at his German counterpart.Dyche replied Klopp’s statement that claimed that the challenge which Ben Mee made on Joe Gomez during the game between the two clubs last Wednesday should be ruled out.Dyche said as quoted by The Sun:“It was a naughty one that, Firmino having a couple of goes at Gudmundsson. We just tend to not cry.”“You want to see Ben Mee’s shins, with stud marks all down them. And Phil Bardsley’s.”Jadon Sancho, Borussia DortmundCrouch: Liverpool could beat Man United to Jadon Sancho Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Peter Crouch wouldn’t be surprised to see Jadon Sancho end up at Liverpool one day instead of his long-term pursuers Manchester United.“But I don’t have a problem with that. It should be a tough game played fairly by all. In our game, I don’t think there was much going on other than just good effort to win the ball properly.”Dyche also blasted Klopp not pointing out Daniel Sturridge’s blatant dive during the game. He added:“Goodness, no, is the answer. I try and be fair, and I’m not going to give one view in public and tell the players to do something different.”“When I see people diving with no contact, which we saw with Daniel Sturridge, I’m amazed that the powers that be in football don’t do anything about it.”last_img read more

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Man found dead after SWAT callout

first_imgA man was found dead Saturday evening after SWAT team members were called to a home in the Five Corners area to check on a man who had threatened suicide after an earlier domestic violence incident.Sheriff’s deputies were called to the residence in the 8000 block of Northeast 100th Circle about 12:30 p.m. A woman had left the house and later called 911 for deputies to check on the man, said Clark County sheriff’s Sgt. Fred Neiman.The woman told deputies that her husband had made suicidal threats, assaulted her and threatened her with a firearm.When deputies arrived and attempted to contact the man, no one responded. They called in the SWAT team because of the potential of violence, Neiman said.At about 6 p.m., after continuing to have no contact with anyone inside the home, SWAT team members found the man dead inside a camper behind the home. It appeared the man had barricaded himself inside the camper, and no one else was inside the camper or residence.The SWAT team Saturday evening turned over the case to the sheriff’s major crimes team, which will continue the investigation this weekend. The man’s name and exact cause of death were not released, though Neiman said there were no indications of foul play.“There’s no reason to think there’s a cause for concern in the community,” he said.last_img read more

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Groundwater Contamination Spreads off Eielson Air Force Base

first_imgDownload AudioGround water contamination at Eielson Air Force Base has spread off the facility.A chemical thought to originate from firefighting foam used at the base prior to the year 2000, is being detected in groundwater wells in a nearby subdivision.Perfluorinated or “P-FOSS” compounds have been detected in private wells in the Moose Creek neighborhood along the Richardson Highway near Eielson. Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Contaminated Sites Program specialist Eric Breitenberger, says the DEC has received test results back on 57 Moose Creek area wells.“Forty-six out of the 57 wells have tested at or above the public health advisory level for P-FOSS,” he said.Breietnberger says results from additional wells tested have not come back yet. He estimates there could be as many as 150 drinking water wells in the Moose Creek area. Last month the Air Force announced groundwater testing showed some base wells to be contaminated in excess of the health advisory level, and raised concern about off-site migration. Eielson spokesman Lieutenant Elias Zani says that prompted the Air Force to offer Moose Creek residents well testing.“And, you know, if they come back above the provisional health advisory level, we are providing bottled drinking water,” Zani said.Lieutenant Zani says the Air Force is coordinating the response with state and federal agencies. Alaska Department of Health officer Sandrine Deglin says the human health risk is unclear as perfluorinated compounds are an emerging contaminant.“A few studies have been done and they have been done on fairly large populations. And despite this, there is no convincing evidence that the chemical will cause any particular effect,” Deglin said. “That doesn’t mean that it is safe; it means that further research needs to be done.”Deglin says the existing studies are not directly comparable to the situation in Moose Creek, as they are based on health effects on large populations with low level exposure to perfluorinated compounds through means other than drinking water.“P-FOSS is present around us; in furniture, in carpet, all different products that we use pretty much on a daily basis,” she said. “So they exposure doses are very small and that’s why it’s so difficult to conduct the studies.”Deglin says higher level exposure studies using animals have shown liver and hormonal effects. How broad the P-FOSS exposure is in the Eielson area hinges on ground water spread. The DEC’s Breitenberger says the drainage is generally northwest, away from populated areas.“We don’t know how exactly far down gradient the contamination could extend, but the good news is that there are very few houses for quite a distance,” he said.DEC representatives are joining Air Force officials at a public meeting at the Moose Creek Fire Department on Tuesday to talk about the groundwater contamination.last_img read more

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Series of Shootings Leaves 5 Dead

first_imgBy Michelle Richardson, Special to the AFROThe Baltimore Police Department (BPD) is investigating a rash of shootings over the weekend and into this week that have left five people dead.On Aug. 20, homicide detectives responded to the 1800 block of W. Saratoga Street, in West Baltimore’s Franklin Square housing community, around 1:30 p.m. for reports of a shooting.When officers arrived on the scene, they found a man suffering from multiple gunshot wounds to the upper body.(AP Photo)The victim was transported to a hospital where he was pronounced dead. His identity has not been released pending the notification of next of kin, according to police. He is the city’s 185th homicide victim.Over the weekend, three men were killed in separate shootings. On Aug. 17, a 40-year-old man was shot while driving and then was thrown from his vehicle when it hit a tree, as he tried to escape his shooter.The shooting took place in Southwest Baltimore in the 1500 block of Washington Blvd., a little after 8:00 p.m., according to the BPD.On Aug. 18, around 2:00 p.m, a 23 year-old man was shot in the 2300 block of Harford Road. He was transported to Johns Hopkins Hospital where he was pronounced dead according to police.The unidentified man was shot just two blocks from where a non-fatal shooting occurred. Police have not announced suspects or a motive in either shooting.Five hours later, a 63 year-old man was fatally shot in the 200 block of S. Hilton St. in Southwest Baltimore.When officers arrived on the scene, a little before 7:30 p.m., they discovered the man suffering from a single gunshot to the torso. He was pronounced dead on the scene. According to police, more than 500 people have been shot as of Aug. 11, which indicates a 12 percent drop in shootings in Baltimore from the same time last year. According to BPD, homicides are down 18 percent compared to the same time last year.Baltimore Police have no suspects in custody and no motives in the S. Hilton St. shooting.Anyone with information is urged to contact Baltimore Police Department Homicide detectives, at 410-396-2100. Those who wish to remain anonymous can use the Metro Crime Stoppers tip line, at 1-866-7LOCKUP.last_img read more

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Exergaming may slow down risk of Alzheimers

first_imgOlder adults with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) who indulge in exergames – video games that are also a form of exercise – may experience significant improvement in complex thinking and memory skills, according to a study. Exergaming relies on technology that tracks body movement or reaction. The study, published in the journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, showed that exergames may slow the debilitating effects of those with MCI, that is often a precursor to Alzheimer’s. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”Exergaming is one more thing that could be added to the arsenal of tools to fight back against this cruel disease,” said lead author Cay Anderson-Hanley from Union College in New York, US. “The results suggest that the best outcome for brain health may result when we do both: move it and use it,” Hanley added.The study included more than 100 seniors, with an average age of 78, who were divided into two groups. One group was assigned to pedal along a scenic virtual reality bike path several times a week where another group had to pedal while playing a video game. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThe data were then compared against data collected from a separate group who played video games on a laptop but did not pedal, and also a group from the previous research who only rode a traditional stationary bike with no gaming component.The results showed that participants in both the group experienced significantly better executive function, which controls, in part, multi-tasking and decision making. Benefits were also observed for verbal memory and physical function.last_img read more

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VIDEO Gregg Popovich jokingly rushed a backpeddling cameraman to make it harder

first_imgGregg Popovich is a world class coach, and a world-class media troll. Before the Spurs game last night against the Grizzlies, Popovich turned the normally uneventful pre-game tracking shot of the coach walking to the locker room into a TV production nightmare for the camera man.Instead of walking at the customary stroll, Pop rushed the camera guy, forcing him to back pedal at a furious pace to keep him in the tracking shot. Playoff level troll job by coach.Gregg Popovich, hall of fame coach, and hall of fame pain in the ass.Gregg Popovich is coming for you pic.twitter.com/IYjeoXIXDt— Ananth Pandian (@Ananth_Pandian) April 21, 2017 Advertisementlast_img read more

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first_img“Everything we’re doing is part of an effort to support the conversion from analog to digital while reducing needless expenditures for our clients, their patients and everyone else who is affected by the physical, logistical, administrative, HR and financial deadweight associated with outdated or traditional archiving,” NematZadeh said. “Our solution eliminates the need for film storage, retrieval service fees, per-scan costs and more.” Feature | Radiology Business | July 23, 2019 | Greg Freiherr Liars in Radiology Beware! Can you tell when someone is lying? read more “X-ray films, for instance, releases significant toxins when left to decompose in a landfill. We strip out the polyester and silver from medical film to make for recycling purposes,” NematZadeh said about the ecological aspect digitizing film.  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 Bayland Digital arranges for any volume of film to be packed and shipped.  Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 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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Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Walkaround AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:25Loaded: 11.42%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:25 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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Video Player is loading.Arthur Agatston explains the history of CT calcium scoring Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 9:54Loaded: 1.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -9:54 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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Technology | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 25, 2019 Samsung Announces New iQuia Premium Digital Radiography Platform Samsung has announced iQuia, a new digital radiography (DR) platform of premium products and technologies that improves… read more Videos | AAPM | July 23, 2019 VIDEO: Bridging Diversity in Medical Physics to Improve Patient Care Cynthia McColl… read more Body language expert Traci Brown spoke at the AHRA 2019 meeting on how to identify when a person is not being honest by their body language. She said medical imaging department administrators can use this knowledge to help in hiring decisions and managing staff.  Technology | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 Shimadzu Medical Systems Receives FDA 510(k) for FluoroSpeed X1 RF System Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., announced they have received U.S. Food and Drug… read more “Bayland’s free film scanning and digitizing service is beneficial for everyone involved,” said Rudy NematZadeh, founder of Bayland Digital. “Patients enjoy having access to high-quality, digital images of all prior X-rays and scans, and doctors enjoy being able to give their patients a new level of convenience in the form of instantly available imagery. Meanwhile, hospitals save money when they don’t have to produce and subsequently archive traditional medical film. Technology | February 05, 2014 Vendor Offers Free Digital Transfer Service for Archive X-Rays center_img Feature | Radiology Imaging | July 29, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr Imaging Market in U.S. Could Rise In Coming Years The coming years may be good for the medical imaging community in the United States. But they will not be easy. read more Related Content February 5, 2014 — Bayland Digital offers free film digitizing of X-rays, CTs, MRIs, ultrasounds, mammograms and other medical films. This process can save money while also freeing up space for other hospital resources and preserving medical imagery.  Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more For more information: www.baylanddigital.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Videos | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 VIDEO: Demonstration of the Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Radiographic Fluoroscopy System Shimadzu displayed the FluoroSpeed X1 conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) system at the Association for Medica read more Bayland Digital uses only U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Vidar medical film scanners, and adheres to HIPPA guidelines when handling of sensitive information. The company shreds all paper records associated with each set of film, unless the client requests otherwise. Scanned files are created in a searchable DICOM format and given to clients in fully licensed PACS storage servers that are guaranteed to work with any PACS or EMR system.  Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough discusses bridging diversity gaps in medical physicsPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 6:05Loaded: 2.67%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -6:05 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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This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Demand for ultrasound scans at U.S. outpatient centers could grow by double digits over the next five years, according to a speaker at AHRA 2019. A variety of factors, however, could cause projections for this and other modalities to change. Graphic courtesy of Pixabay Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more News | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 23, 2019 Konica Minolta and Shimadzu to Co-market Dynamic Digital Radiography in the U.S. Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas Inc. along with Shimadzu Medical Systems USA announced a collaborative agreement to… read more last_img read more

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Troll Patrol Report Amnesty International and Element AI use machine learning to

first_imgAmnesty International has partnered with Element AI to release a Troll Patrol report on the online abuse against women on Twitter. This finding was a part of their Troll patrol project which invites human rights researchers, technical experts, and online volunteers to build a crowd-sourced dataset of online abuse against women. Abuse of women on social media websites has been rising at an unprecedented rate. Social media websites have a responsibility to respect human rights and to ensure that women using the platform are able to express themselves freely and without fear. However, this has not been the case with Twitter and Amnesty has unearthed certain discoveries. Amnesty’s methodology was powered by machine learning Amnesty and Element AI surveyed 778 journalists and politicians from the UK and US throughout 2017 and then use machine learning techniques to qualitatively analyze abuse against women. The first process was to design large, unbiased dataset of tweets mentioning 778 women politicians and journalists from the UK and US. Next, over 6,500 volunteers (aged between 18 to 70 years old and from over 150 countries) analyzed 288,000 unique tweets to create a labeled dataset of abusive or problematic content. This was based on simple questions such as if the tweets were abusive or problematic, and if so, whether they revealed misogynistic, homophobic or racist abuse or other types of violence. Three experts also categorized a sample of 1,000 tweets to assess the quality of the tweets labeled by digital volunteers. Element AI used data science specifically using a subset of the Decoders and experts’ categorization of the tweets, to extrapolate the abuse analysis. Key findings from the report Per the findings of the Troll Patrol report, 7.1% of tweets sent to the women in the study were “problematic” or “abusive”. This amounts to 1.1 million tweets mentioning 778 women across the year, or one every 30 seconds. Women of color, (black, Asian, Latinx and mixed-race women) were 34% more likely to be mentioned in abusive or problematic tweets than white women. Black women were disproportionately targeted, being 84% more likely than white women to be mentioned in abusive or problematic tweets. Source: Amnesty Online abuse targets women from across the political spectrum faced similar levels of online abuse and both liberals and conservatives alike, as well as left and right-leaning media organizations, were targeted. Source: Amnesty What does this mean for people in tech Social media organizations are repeatedly failing in their responsibility to protect women’s rights online. They fall short of adequately investigating and responding to reports of violence and abuse in a transparent manner which leads many women to silence or censor themselves on the platform. Such abuses also hinder the freedom of expression online and also undermines women’s mobilization for equality and justice, particularly those groups who already face discrimination and marginalization. What can tech platforms do? One of the recommendations of the report is that social media platforms should publicly share comprehensive and meaningful information about reports of violence and abuse against women, as well as other groups, on their platforms. They should also talk in detail about how they are responding to it. Although Twitter and other platforms are using machine learning for content moderation and flagging, they should be transparent about the algorithms they use. They should publish information about training data, methodologies, moderation policies and technical trade-offs (such as between greater precision or recall) for public scrutiny. Machine learning automation should ideally be part of a larger content moderation system characterized by human judgment, greater transparency, rights of appeal and other safeguards. Amnesty in collaboration with Element AI also developed a machine learning model to better understand the potential and risks of using machine learning in content moderation systems. This model was able to achieve results comparable to their digital volunteers at predicting abuse, although it is ‘far from perfect still’, Amnesty notes. It achieves about a 50% accuracy level when compared to the judgment of experts. It was able to correctly identify 2 in every 14 tweets as abusive or problematic in comparison to experts who identified 1 in every 14 tweets as abusive or problematic. “Troll Patrol isn’t about policing Twitter or forcing it to remove content. We are asking it to be more transparent, and we hope that the findings from Troll Patrol will compel it to make that change. Crucially, Twitter must start being transparent about how exactly they are using machine learning to detect abuse, and publish technical information about the algorithms they rely on”. said Milena Marin senior advisor for tactical research at Amnesty International. Read more: The full list of Amnesty’s recommendations to Twitter.People on Twitter (the irony) are shocked at the release of Amnesty’s report and #ToxicTwitter is trending. Check out the full Troll Patrol report on Amnesty. Also, check out their machine learning based methodology in detail. Read Next Amnesty International takes on Google over Chinese censored search engine, Project Dragonfly. Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey slammed by users after a photo of him holding ‘smash Brahminical patriarchy’ poster went viral Twitter plans to disable the ‘like’ button to promote healthy conversations; should retweet be removed instead?last_img read more

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Costa Rica lawmakers want to ban nonbiodegradable plastic shopping bags

first_imgRelated posts:Plastic bag pollution is daunting but has an easy solution, says environmentalist Costa Rica launches quest to replace most single-use plastic by 2021 Costa Rican court hands GMO opponents a victory by declaring permitting process unconstitutional San Ramón public school receives landmark solar panels The Legislative Assembly’s Environmental Commission on Thursday approved the addition of a new article to Law 8,839 on waste management that – if passed by the full Assembly – would prohibit businesses from packaging products in disposable plastic bags.The proposal would give businesses five years to stop using nonbiodegradable plastic bags, and require supermarkets and other stores to offer customers the option of bags made from reusable materials or biodegradable plastic.The proposal would exclude nonbiodegradable plastic only “for the preservation or protection of food or any other product in which the use of alternative packaging methods is not feasible.”In addition to the ban, the proposed amendment calls for fines of up to 200 minimum salaries – about $60,000 – for failure to comply.It also would require all businesses offering reusable or biodegradable bags to clearly inform consumers of the bags’ prices and to include those costs in receipts.If approved, experts from the Health Ministry and the Environment Ministry would have a six-month period to outline the steps to implement the new regulations and to define criteria under which plastic shopping bags could be considered biodegradable.National Liberation Party lawmaker and commission member Juan Marín Quirós said the proposal is a positive step but would require a great effort to implement it in five years.Marcela Guerrero from the ruling Citizen Action Party said she would ask the executive branch to prioritize the bill in the Legislative Assembly’s agenda.“Hopefully we can approve it during the special legislative sessions in December,” she said on Thursday.Marco Luconi, president of the Costa Rican Association of Plastics Industries (ACIPLAST), said on Friday the proposed amendment had caught him off-guard.“It’s a regressive proposal, and its adoption would have consequences for the environment, public health and the economy,” he told The Tico Times.Luconi said plastic bags used here are made of high-density polyethylene that is 100 percent reusable and recyclable.“These bags can be transformed into bags for other industries or into materials used in construction,” Luconi said.Some entrepreneurs also argue that trash stored in plastic bags require up to seven times less space in garbage trucks than that stored in reusable bags.Luconi claimed reusable bags could increase the risk of food contamination: “Escherichia coli and other bacteria more easily reproduce in microclimates generated inside fabric and other materials used in reusable bags,” he said. “The situation worsens because people don’t wash their reusable bags after use.”According to ACIPLAST’s most recent survey from 2013, 160 companies manufacture or market plastic bags in Costa Rica.ACIPLAST now wants to present an alternative to the bill.  Said Luconi: “There’s no point in separating trash at home and then it all gets mixed inside the trucks and the dumpsters. What the country needs is a strategy to improve waste management and disposal.” Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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Virgin Australia adds jets reveals new cabins

first_imgA brand new Boeing 737-800 and Airbus A330-200 have been added to Virgin Australia’s domestic fleet, revealing the airline’s new economy and business class cabins. Demonstrating the new in-flight experience aboard Virgin Australia, the new cabins feature leather seating, contemporary interior design, new in-flight products and a Luke Mangan-designed gourmet menu. “We have listened to what today’s traveller wants from an airline and we are incorporating that into every feature and every part of our service, while maintaining competitive pricing,” Virgin Australia chief executive John Borghetti said. “Business class guests can look forward to complimentary access to our Lounges, priority check-in, a seamless travel experience and luxurious cabin space and seating. “Our economy class incorporates a new modern design with the new Luke Mangan-inspiredretail menu and the superb customer service for which Virgin Blue is renowned.”Speaking at yesterday’s launch of the Virgin Australia brand, Virgin Group founder Sir Richard Branson said the carrier’s new business and economy classes were “without doubt the absolute best in Australia”. “The planes look fantastic on the outside … and they look absolutely fantastic on the inside too,” Sir Richard said. At the launch, Mr Borghetti also announced the airline would be rolling out “a completely new” frequent flyer programme, to be introduced in a few months.Welcome to Virgin Australia: BransonVirgin Australia launches brand … new ad The A330 Business Class Sir Richard Branson waving the Aussie flag from the cockpit of the A330 The new Virgin Australia B737-800 in Sydney yesterdaycenter_img Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.H The A330 economy class seatslast_img read more

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