OTTAWA – The acting head of Elections Canada is supporting the Trudeau Liberals’ attempt at rewriting federal election rules, but warns more needs to be done to limit the influence of foreign money at the ballot box.Acting chief electoral officer Stephane Perrault said the government’s elections reform bill, known as C-76, would significantly modernize the way federal elections are run in Canada and improve integrity in the system.But the legislation didn’t go far enough in some areas, he said. Absent any changes, C-76 would leave a loophole allowing foreign funds to be used by, or passed between, advocacy groups trying to sway voters.Perrault told a Commons committee studying the legislation that there should be strict wording in the bill to prevent foreign cash from influencing election outcomes.He also said provisions in the bill cracking down on hackers trying to sway an election were too narrow, and that they should lower the burden of proof to capture cyber attacks aimed at disrupting the vote or undermining trust in the electoral process.And Perrault also told MPs on the procedure and House affairs committee that they may want to look at whether parties should have to meet the same standards that apply to federal institutions, such as oversight by the federal privacy commissioner.C-76 is an omnibus bill that would reverse a number of changes the previous Conservative government introduced, including restoring the use of voter information cards as a valid form of identification.The bill would also limit spending by parties and advocacy groups during the three-month period before an election is officially called.The Liberals hurried the bill to committee by limiting preliminary debate in the House of Commons, drawing the ire of opposition parties that want more time to debate the legislation.The Liberals argue extensive debate isn’t needed because 85 per cent of the bill contained measures recommended by either Elections Canada, or the procedural and House affairs committee now studying C-76.Democratic Institutions Minister Karina Gould told the committee the government is open to amending the bill. But she suggested proposals to further tighten limits on third-party spending, particularly if they receive foreign donations, could run into legal challenges.Perrault said he was confident that Elections Canada could have all the changes in place for the October 2019 federal election, but that there would likely be room for improvement in how the rules were implemented for subsequent federal campaigns.
WASHINGTON – A leaked transcript of a Donald Trump phone call shows the president’s private comments about trade with Canada, and suggests he had an overwhelmingly positive attitude about the northern neighbour as he took office.The purported remarks made in a private phone call from late January are every bit as flattering as the president’s public comments just days later when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau visited the White House.They came in a call with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and were part of a leaked transcript published Thursday by the Washington Post. The context for the exchange was Trump’s bitter and escalating feud with Mexico at the time.U.S.-Mexico relations had just reached their nadir over the proposed border wall, and who would pay for it. Pena Nieto cancelled a trip to Washington.In the call, Trump told the Mexican president that he got huge crowds during the campaign, and had promised throngs of 25,000 to 50,000 people that Mexico would pay for the wall, so he pleaded with the Mexican president not to publicly contradict him on the issue.Pena Nieto encouraged a more positive discussion: He supposedly urged Trump to focus on the fact that the three NAFTA countries could negotiate a new trade framework. That prompted a rejoinder from the president.“Canada is no problem,” Trump replied, according to the leaked transcript.“Do not worry about Canada, do not even think about them. That is a separate thing and they are fine and we have had a very fair relationship with Canada. It has been much more balanced and much more fair. So we do not have to worry about Canada, we do not even think about them.”Those remarks echo public comments he made a few days later at a news conference with Trudeau. His rhetoric has ebbed and flowed since then. Trump has complained about Canadian dairy and lumber policies, and often threatens to scrap NAFTA barring a new deal.The reality entering trade talks is a bit more mundane.The U.S. has posted its priorities for the NAFTA negotiations starting Aug. 16, and they lie somewhere between the two extremes of the everything-is-fine attitude in that January phone call and the more aggressive talk favoured by some Trump advisers and occasionally the president himself.The U.S. positions include a laundry list of traditional American demands when it comes to Canadian trade. Most of the U.S. NAFTA demands could be found on annual lists published by the U.S. government, year after year.Those demands include more access for U.S. dairy and wine on Canadian store shelves; freer trade in telecommunications and banking; stricter patent rules for drugs; and tax cuts for online shopping of imported U.S. goods.Other priorities dear to the Trump administration include changes to auto-parts rules and the dispute-settlement process.A Canadian trade expert doesn’t put much stock in those January quotes. That’s because the president’s tune has changed, and could change again, said Peter Clark, a former federal official and now president of Grey, Clark, Shih and Associates.“That was then, this is now,” Clark said in an interview. “I think (Trump) was pretty relaxed about Canada early in the year… He’s got his neck out now on dairy, on lumber…“He’s only as reliable as his last tweet, or his last phone call.”Late Thursday, the Prime Minister’s Office said Trudeau hosted a NAFTA call with his provincial and territorial counterparts, during which they pledged “to ensure that the message about the value of NAFTA and the trade relationship with Canada is understood by key U.S. decision makers.”
During their talks, Envoy Stephen Lewis and President Festus Mogae touched on national and African AIDS initiatives and the role of African leaders in combating HIV/AIDS in the region. While in Botswana, Mr. Lewis also met with the head of the national AIDS coordinating committee, as well as the heads of UN agencies in the country. His schedule also includes meetings with representatives of civil society and visits to field projects dealing with HIV/AIDS.In other news on AIDS, musician Salman Ahmad today launched a new push to fight HIV/AIDS in Pakistan as part of the global UN effort to battle the epidemic. “In my capacity as an artist, I will look at all possible means to help raise awareness about AIDS,” Mr. Ahmad told a press conference in Islamabad held in conjunction with the launch. Pledging to focus on helping the younger generation, Mr. Ahmad noted that “AIDS puts a greater challenge on each and every one of us to be more responsible for our personal and public behaviour.” Kristan Schoultz of the Joint UN Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) stressed that while Pakistan is currently experiencing a low prevalence of the disease, the country’s young people would definitely be at risk unless they received proper information about the epidemic. “If we work together, we can make a difference,” she said. “Now is the time to address the issue.” Pakistan’s campaign is part of a global effort by UNAIDS aimed at involving men, particularly young men, more fully in the fight against the epidemic.
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Ohio State senior guard Joey Lane (14) throws his arms up for the crowd to cheer at the end of the game against Iowa on Feb. 26. Ohio State won 90-70. Credit Cori Wade | Lantern PhotographerEvery pregame ritual is the same for Joey Lane.He leads Ohio State onto the court, bouncing a basketball violently against the court as soon as his feet touch the hardwood.As the lineups are announced, he makes his way to the post area, greeting each starter with a handshake, custom-made for each one.Lane then makes his way to the end of the bench, a familiar home to the senior guard. He knew, when choosing Ohio State, he would forgo an opportunity at significant playing time. But Lane was fine with that.As tip-off nears, “Joker and the Thief” by Wolfmother begins to ring in every corner of the Schottenstein Center. Lane, physically pushing his fellow teammates, begins to jump up and down to the beat of the song, waving the towel that usually lives around his neck.What Lane has coined as the “towel gang” is not unique to Ohio State. The senior guard said he stole is from another school, a school he would not disclose.But what the “towel gang” represents to Lane is unique: It’s his role for Ohio State. A role that has remained for four seasons and survived a coaching change, a losing season, an NCAA Tournament run.And it’s more than just to be a walk-on. It’s more than running the scout team or pumping up his teammates. It’s more than just a name for the student section to chant when the Buckeyes have an insurmountable lead.Lane’s role is to be the best teammate he can be, a teammate he will be for the final time at home Sunday. This was Lane’s job, the role he was given. A role that, when asked about fulfilling for the final time at Value City Arena, made him break down in tears and embrace senior guard C.J. Jackson and redshirt senior guard Keyshawn Woods. It was a role he never thought he would have.Clad in scarlet and gray from an early age, Lane grew up watching Greg Oden, Evan Turner and Aaron Craft, who he took as his favorite player, adopting the Buckeye guard’s No. 4 jersey as his own at Deerfield High School in Deerfield, Illinois.Lane wanted to be like Craft, but was also trying to be realistic, viewing this hope as too far-fetched.“The dream was to play here,” Lane said. “I never thought in a million years as a 5-foot-9 guy my junior year of high school that I would ever be able to do that.”But he got his chance.As a senior at Deerfield, Lane was named captain of the basketball team, allowing him the decision to choose where his team could train over the summer. So he chose an Ohio State basketball camp, giving him the chance to play on the court he watched as a fan throughout his childhood.Lane and his team excelled, going 8-0 during the camp and putting the Ohio State coaching staff on notice. At first, the conversation revolved around finding the right school for Joey, looking for a Division-II or Division-III school that gave him the opportunity to play regularly.Ohio State senior guard Joey Lane leads the Buckeyes onto the court prior to the start of the game against Maryland on Jan. 18. Ohio State lost 75-61. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo EditorLane flipped the script, shifting the conversation to finding out if there was any chance to live out his far-fetched dream. Ohio State head coach Thad Matta made that dream a reality, naming Lane as the first preferred walk-on in program history.“I’m forever indebted to the guy because he gave me the chance,” Lane said.After Matta’s departure from the program, that love could have been quickly taken away with a new coaching staff.Lane was granted a scholarship in his first two seasons at Ohio State, what his father Scott referred to as a “one-year deal.” With a new coaching staff, a scholarship for a walk-on was not guaranteed.Chris Holtmann had never met his inherited preferred walk-on. But the former Butler head coach knew what his impact had been.In their first meeting, the newly named Ohio State head coach reassured Lane he had a major role to play moving forward, using a word Matta and his staff had never used when talking about him: leadership.“They said, ‘You know what, the fact that you care so much about the university, that means something,’” Lane said. “That resonated with them.”According to Lane’s mother Nancy, one of Joey’s former coaches told him, “Know your role and be the best at it you can be.” From that moment forward, Lane embraced that role.Morphing into whatever opponent the Buckeyes will next see, he began to lead the scout team — preparing the team for its upcoming opponent in practice and allowing him the opportunity to get out of his shell, shooting really deep shots or even posting up in the paint.“Throughout my four years, I’ve been Denzel Valentine, I’ve been Carsen Edwards, I’ve been anyone that you can imagine,” Lane said.Lane became engrossed in game plans and scouting reports, calling out his teammates when something did not go as planned on the court. The walk-on did have an increased opportunity to use that knowledge on the court during games more than he had in Matta’s tenure. In his junior season, Lane played in seven games for 20 minutes, matching his career total, but made only 1-of-7 attempts from the field. But this was not Lane’s priority. He had accepted the position he was in. “Any playing time I got was gravy. I never in a million years thought I would play significant or meaningful minutes,” Lane said. “I never worked any less hard because I never thought I would be playing.” Instead of making an impact on the court, Lane began his attempt to extend his legacy passed his four seasons of eligibility. Prior to the start of the 2017-18 season, then-redshirt senior guard Andrew Dakich was looking for a school with which to end his collegiate career. As soon as he stepped foot onto Ohio State’s campus, he was introduced to Lane, who showed him around campus, grabbing a meal with him and incoming freshman forward Kyle Young.“I didn’t really know him at all before I got here, and he was really comfortable,” Dakich said. “He’s easy to talk to. That first moment, we kind of started to become teammates.” With his love for the university and with what Dakich calls an enthusiasm and energy unique to the walk-on guard, Lane took an important part in helping build the future for Ohio State, being called to host about every recruit that visited. When he recruits, Lane said he does not try and push Ohio State on the high school players. Instead, he said he talks about how special of a place he thinks Ohio State is. “I love Ohio State. I would sell my soul for Ohio State, and that’s what I try and do to these kids,” Lane said. Holtmann said Lane has been a tremendous recruiter for the Buckeyes, calling him a great advocate for the university, having the ability to successfully convey the message of the program to recruits and their families. But talking to recruits on visits, Lane wants to make one thing perfectly clear. “Their life will be a lot better than mine,” he said. This is the aspect that makes coaches, teammates and those around Lane believe why he has found success at Ohio State: his relatability. “He’s like the Ohio State University poster child,” Nancy Lane said. “It’s his dream school and he’s living out his dream.” Dakich, now a graduate assistant coach for Ohio State, calls Lane the connector with the student section, building the relationship between the men’s basketball team and the fanbase, becoming the face of a team he does not play much for. But that does not mean this fanbase does not want him on the court. If Ohio State holds a seemingly insurmountable lead at the end of the game, Dakich, Holtmann and the rest of the coaching staff know what is coming. Ohio State senior guard Joey Lane (14) sings “Carmen Ohio” with teammates after their game against Cleveland State on Nov. 23. Ohio State won 89-62. Credit: Casey Cascaldo | Photo Editor“We want Joey. We want Joey.” It was a chant Lane thought about on the bench prior to the Northwestern game on Feb. 20. When it began to happen, as thousand of fans began to chant his name with the Buckeyes en route to a 63-49 victory, Lane thought it could be one of the last times he heard it. “It’s a hard feeling to put into words because it’s dumb, but it’s awesome at the same time,” Lane said. “First of all, it means we are winning, which is very important. But it also means they care about me, they like me, they see what I am doing and they appreciate it.” For Lane, the chants have worked more than they ever have before. In his final season, coming into the final regular season game of the season, the senior guard has played in 13 games for 35 minutes, hitting 4-of-6 from the field, including 3-of-4 from 3. But to his parents, those chants are validation. It makes them feel like their son, who could have had way more playing time at a smaller school, made the right decision. “We raised our kids to be good people,” Nancy Lane said. “To do the right thing, to be a good friend, to be a good teammate and to put others first. When you see other people embrace that, it’s powerful.” For Dakich, Lane signifies everything a program wants in a walk-on. For Holtmann, Lane has earned the right to be praised, to have his name chanted to come into the game. “He’s really easy to care about, easy to like, easy to want to see him be successful,” Holtmann said. “He’s easy to root for.” But for Lane, it’s just another aspect of his role. It’s being the same guy he was in high school no matter the playing time he receives. To be the positive reinforcement, the teammate, the friend on the bench. To have the custom handshake with each player, to bounce up and down to “Joker and the Thief” courtside as the ball is tipped. It’s a role that he will have at the Schottenstein Center one final time Sunday, the last time he will lead Ohio State onto the court, bouncing the basketball violently against the court as soon as his feet touch the hardwood. It’s something Lane has not thought about much. But it’s something he said will be surreal. “I’ll definitely have to soak it all in and look at my family, that’s for sure,” Lane said. “It will be pretty darn cool because it’s somewhere I never expected to be.”
“We don’t have evidence of this ourselves but certainly all of the patients organisations have examples of that,” she said. “I think it’s very much the case for people paying for their prescriptions.”“It’s an unsavoury element of the recession and the economic climate we’re in,” she added.The report recommended the establishment of a specific body to be formed to address the issue of medication and treatment requirement. There was also an agreement that specific and detailed Irish research was needed examining issues behind compliance failure as well as a focus on improving patient understanding.Read: Irish people warming up to generic medicines>Read: People more likely to take preventive medications combined in a single pill> IT IS ESTIMATED that up to 30 per cent of patients are not finishing their prescriptions, or even taking enough of the drug to relieve symptoms and cure them and drug prices are a key factor.Up to 40 per cent of people fail to follow a proper medication regime to prevent health problems. This data was highlighted in a report published by the IPPOSI yesterday.The report was put together after a roundtable discussion over the summer with the Secretary General, key stakeholders, patients and patients groups.Eibhlin Mulroe, CEO of IPPOSI told TheJournal.ie that worrying data shows failure to take medication for Irish patients with osteoporosis or those in remission for breast cancer is actually worse with up to 50 per cent of people with long-term illnesses failing to adhere to treatment.There is a number of reasons for this and psychology becomes a part of it – it’s a reminder that they have cancer to take that pill, for example or there are side effects. Cost can be a factor and we had people with asthma telling us they wanted their inhaler to last them a month and that’s just not good for them.
10,706 Views 36 Comments Jun 20th 2017, 6:01 AM Taoiseach Leo Varadkar THE HONEYMOON PERIOD for the newly-elected Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is well and truly over.If he thought he was going to get an easy ride in his first week, he was mistaken. With the Dáil being on a break for the last couple of weeks, work has been building up, and there is a lot to get through before the summer recess.On the agenda? His first controversy.Máire Whelan and the Court of AppealSince last week, his first scandal as Taoiseach has been bubbling over: the appointment of the former Attorney General to the Court of Appeal.During Enda Kenny’s last days as Taoiseach, Whelan was approved for the role by Cabinet. Opposition members say the appointment stinks of cronyism.While no one is questioning Whelan’s legal capabilities, serious questions are being asked as to whether proper procedures were followed in appointing her to the new role, after it emerged that three High Court judges were also interested in the job.It has also revealed last week that instead of excusing herself from the room, Whelan was present during last week’s Cabinet meeting when her appointment was raised by the then-Justice Minister Frances Fitzgerald. Short URL Taoiseach Leo Varadkar Image: Sam Boal Tuesday 20 Jun 2017, 6:01 AM He has already said there will be disappointments, so this week could get a little awkward for the new leader as he attempts to please everybody. UK Prime Minister Theresa May during her visit to Ireland this year. Source: RollingNews.ieBrexit talks And if it wasn’t already obvious, it really is straight into the deep end this week for Varadkar. Especially when it comes to Brexit.Talks between all sides kicked off yesterday, just one year since Britain voted to leave the European Union. Europe’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier met with the UK’s Brexit minister, David Davis MP, while Varadkar met with Prime Minister Theresa May.Barnier is reporting back to the leaders of the EU27 at a two-day summit of the European Council on Thursday and Friday. This will be the first taste of the Brexit talks for the new Taoiseach, with Leo Varadkar in attendance at the meeting.So, all in all, a busy week for the new leader.Read: Fianna Fáil accuses government of ‘ramming through’ Court of Appeal appointment>Read: ‘There will be disappointments’: There just aren’t enough junior ministries to keep Leo supporters happy The honeymoon’s over: Leo’s facing loads of challenges on his first working week on the job It’s his first proper week as Taoiseach and he’s already facing his first scandal. Image: Sam Boal As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox: By Christina Finn ‘There will be disappointments’: There just aren’t enough junior ministries to keep Leo supporters happy> Taoiseach Leo Varadkar Source: Eamonn FarrellWhile government ministers have been out in force over the weekend to state that there is no question as to whether Whelan is suitable for the job, they appear to be missing the point.Varadkar was present at the meeting and what the public will take away from this matter is ‘same old, same old’. It is hardly the fresh new government approach Varadkar was hoping the public would perceive.In addition, the weekend newspapers reported that no date was set for Whelan’s appointment to be affirmed by the president.However, late Sunday night it was confirmed that the government had got in touch with Áras an Uachtaráin requesting for it all to be signed, sealed and delivered on Monday. This means that the issue has been put to bed before members of the Independent Alliance (with Shane Ross at the fore) had a chance to raise concerns about the issue around the Cabinet table today. Garda Commissioner Noirin O’Sullivan Source: Eamonn FarrellGarda Commissioner Nóirín O’SullivanThe issues with the monies at the Garda College in Templemore also hasn’t gone away with Kenny. There may be a new justice minister (Charlie Flanagan) but the scandal continues.The Garda Commissioner Noírín O’Sullivan is back before the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) today to be quizzed about further developments regarding the misappropriation of funds at the college over the last decade.When Kenny was Taoiseach, he was constantly asked about whether he had confidence in the commissioner. There is no doubt Varadkar will face the same line of questioning during his first Leaders’ Questions today.Whether he will give another answer remains to be seen. Pro Choice protester in Dublin. Source: Eamonn FarrellAbortion It’s his first working week as Taoiseach, and if he hasn’t already got his hands full with Brexit, the Attorney General controversy and the Garda Commissioner, the issue of abortion will land on Varadkar’s desk this week.The Joint Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment of the Constitution will meet for the first time this week. The cross-party committee is tasked with discussing the recommendations made by the Citizens’ Assembly. Before the committee has even got going, there has already been trouble over the number of TDs and senators allowed to sit on it.Senators are fighting for more seats, while there have also been arguments about whether members can rotate their seat between colleagues. Fine Gael also had trouble finding members to sit on the committee with not many politicians willing to put their head above the parapet on the issue.The committee’s first meeting is being held in private tomorrow, where it’s understood a chair will be selected. It is expected that Fine Gael Senator Jerry Buttimer will be elected. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Junior Minister for Mental Health Helen McEntee. Source: Eamonn FarrellPicking his junior ministers Varadkar also faces some challenges within his own party today. He is due to announce his junior ministries at Cabinet, and it’s likely that some won’t be very happy if they don’t get the nod. http://jrnl.ie/3451473 Share14 Tweet Email Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Super typhon : Megi s’abat sur les PhilippinesPhilippines – Le puissant typhon Megi, le plus violent subi par les Philippines cette année, s’est abattu lundi sur la pointe nord du pays. Il a engendré des glissements de terrain et d’immenses vagues, un mort étant pour l’instant à déplorer.Accompagné de vents soufflant à près de 225 km/h, avec des pointes à 260 km/h, le typhon a touché Palanan Bay dans la province d’Isabela, avant de traverser les montagnes de Luzon, la principale île du pays où les écoles ont été fermées tandis que 3.000 personnes ont été évacuées.À lire aussiLa mise à l’eau d’un navire-cimentier entraîne une gigantesque vagueClassé super typhon de catégorie 5, Megi a provoqué sur son passage des inondations et des glissements de terrain dans les zones montagneuses, mais aussi la formation d’immenses vagues le long des côtes. C’est en tentant de sauver son buffle d’eau qu’un homme a glissé et s’est probablement noyé dans une rivière, devenant la première victime du typhon aux Philippines, a précisé Bonifacio Cuarteros, un responsable de l’agence des catastrophes naturelles de la province de Cagayan. Megi, qui devrait désormais perdre en puissance, ne devrait pas passer au-dessus de Manille, la capitale de 12 millions d’habitants. Toutefois, les habitants de la ville sont appelés à la vigilance face aux très fortes pluies attendues. Se dirigeant vers le sud-ouest à une vitesse de 19 kilomètres à l’heure, le super typhon devrait continuer sa route vers l’ouest pour entrer en mer de Chine mardi.Le 18 octobre 2010 à 14:51 • Emmanuel Perrin
Une momie inca vieille de 500 ans révèle ses secretsUne étude menée sur une momie inca issue d’une collection allemande révèle la tragique histoire d’une jeune femme atteinte d’une maladie parasitaire et achevée par des coups violents à la tête. Après avoir passé plus d’un siècle dans l’oubli, une momie inca vient enfin de livrer ses secrets. Les analyses menées sur la dépouille révèlent l’histoire d’une jeune femme atteinte d’une redoutable maladie parasitaire reconnue pour épaissir les parois du cœur et de l’intestin. Bien qu’elle soit mortelle, cette pathologie n’est pourtant pas la cause du décès de la malade. La victime a en effet été tuée de coups à la tête. Selon les chercheurs, il s’agirait très certainement d’un acte de sacrifice infligé en tant que rituel sur cette personne en fin de vie. Depuis 1890, la momie inca séjourne en Allemagne. La sépulture a été acquise par la princesse Thérèse de Bavière lors d’un séjour en Amérique du Sud puis a finalement rejoint la Collection archéologique d’État, à Munich. Malheureusement, les nombreux bombardements infligés à la ville au cours de la guerre ont une raison de la documentation sur l’origine de cette pièce de collection. Pour percer le mystère, une équipe de chercheurs de l’Université de Munich a passé la momie dans un scanner. Les images obtenues aux rayons X ont ainsi dévoilé de précieuses informations sur la défunte.Des chocs violents à la tête Les observations témoignent d’un véritable traumatisme crânien. Vu de l’extérieur, le squelette de la jeune femme inca a l’air assez normal, toutefois, les os frontaux du crâne sont complètement détruits. Selon Andreas Nerlich, co-auteur de l’étude, ces fractures sont le signe de chocs très violents. “Cette femme a du recevoir des coups vraiment graves affligés sur son crâne avec un objet tranchant”, explique le spécialiste à LiveScience. Les analyses, publiées dans la revue PLoS ONE indiquent que la jeune femme a vécu à une période située approximativement entre l’an 1451 et 1642. Elle est morte à l’âge d’environ 25 ans. Pour le moment, les causes de son décès sont purement hypothétiques. Une maladie parasitaire Toutefois, des tests ADN révèlent la présence de parasites dans le tissu rectal. Selon les chercheurs, la malade était atteinte depuis son enfance de la maladie de Chagas, une maladie parasitaire provoquée par le protozoaire Trypanosoma cruzi, transmis par une sorte de punaise hématophage.La pathologie, qui sévit encore aujourd’hui, se manifeste notamment sous la forme de troubles de la respiration et de la digestion. Il est ainsi possible, si l’on en croit les archéologues, que cette personne malade ait fait l’objet d’un sacrifice humain “Elle a peut être été choisie comme victime pour un sacrifice rituel, parce qu’elle était si malade qu’elle n’aurait survécu que pour une période relativement courte”, explique Andreas Nerlich.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ? Après sa mort, la dépouille de cette femme a été enterrée peu profondément, probablement dans le désert d’Atacama où le sable aride et les vents continus l’ont rapidement desséché, provoquant sa momification naturelle.(Crédit photo : Panzer et. Al/ PLOS ONE)Le 2 mars 2014 à 11:45 • Emmanuel Perrin
The driver who police say struck a school bus returning Hudson’s Bay High School students from school Tuesday was cited for reckless driving, according to a police spokeswoman.An oncoming car crossed the center line and hit the bus with a glancing head-on blow Tuesday afternoon, sending the bus partway off the roadway near Fruit Valley Road and Northwest 61st Street.No one was injured.Vancouver police spokeswoman Kim Kapp said Wednesday the investigation was ongoing, but the car’s driver, 19-year-old Alyssa Mason of Vancouver, was cited for reckless driving and driving without insurance.
BNP chairperson Khaleda Zia appears before the Special Judge Court-5 at Bakshibazar in Dhaka. Prothom Alo file photoBNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Thursday appeared before the Special Judge Court-5 at Bakshibazar in Dhaka, to defend herself in the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case.The Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) chief reached the makeshift court around 11:00am to place her self-defense for the fifth day.Earlier, Khaleda appeared before the court four times where she claimed herself innocent, alleging the case had been filed on political ground.According to the charge sheet of the case, the BNP chief, her son Tarique Rahman and four others embezzled more than Tk 21 million by forming the charity.The court had earlier issued an arrest warrant against Tarique in the case.In July 2008, the Anti-Corruption Commission filed the Zia Orphanage Trust graft case with Ramna police station accusing six people, including Khaleda and her son Tarique, for misappropriating millions.
By The Associated PressPolice in Louisiana say the founder of an African-American history museum has been found dead in the trunk of a car.Baton Rouge police Sgt. L’Jean McKneely said July 13 that investigators are waiting for a coroner to determine a cause of death for 75-year-old Sadie Roberts-Joseph. He said her body was found Friday afternoon.In this April 20, 2004 file photo, Rep. Carla Blanchard Dartez, D-Morgan City, center covers Gov. Kathleen Blanco, left, as a few drops of rain fall while talking with Sadie Roberts-Joseph, right, before the start of the Stand Up for Children 2004 Rally for Children on the steps of the State Capitol in Baton Rouge, La. Sadie Roberts-Joseph, who founded an African American history museum was discovered dead in the trunk of a car, and police said Saturday, July 13, 2019 that investigators were working diligently to find those responsible.(Arthur D. Lauck/The Advocate via AP, File)Roberts-Joseph was the founder and curator of the Baton Rouge African American Museum, which started in 2001.The website of the city’s visitor bureau says the museum features African art, exhibits on growing cotton and black inventors as well as a 1953 bus from the period of civil rights boycotts in Baton Rouge.
Citation: Study suggests a big increase in Arctic precipitation over the coming century, much of it rain (2017, March 16) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2017-03-big-arctic-precipitation-century.html Journal information: Nature Climate Change © 2017 Phys.org Mosaic of images of the Arctic by MODIS. Credit: NASA Humans to blame for bulk of Arctic sea ice loss: study Explore further (Phys.org)—A pair of researchers with the University of Groningen in the Netherlands has found via climate modeling that it appears likely that the Arctic is likely to see substantially more precipitation over the next century, much of it in the form of rain. In their paper published in the journal Nature Climate Change, Richard Bintanja and Olivier Andry describe their results when running 37 climate models programed to describe Arctic conditions over the years 2091 to 2100. More information: R. Bintanja et al. Towards a rain-dominated Arctic, Nature Climate Change (2017). DOI: 10.1038/nclimate3240AbstractClimate models project a strong increase in Arctic precipitation over the coming century, which has been attributed primarily to enhanced surface evaporation associated with sea-ice retreat. Since the Arctic is still quite cold, especially in winter, it is often (implicitly) assumed that the additional precipitation will fall mostly as snow. However, little is known about future changes in the distributions of rainfall and snowfall in the Arctic. Here we use 37 state-of-the-art climate models in standardized twenty-first-century (2006–2100) simulations to show a decrease in average annual Arctic snowfall (70°–90° N), despite the strong precipitation increase. Rain is projected to become the dominant form of precipitation in the Arctic region (2091–2100), as atmospheric warming causes a greater fraction of snowfall to melt before it reaches the surface, in particular over the North Atlantic and the Barents Sea. The reduction in Arctic snowfall is most pronounced during summer and autumn when temperatures are close to the melting point, but also winter rainfall is found to intensify considerably. Projected (seasonal) trends in rainfall and snowfall will heavily impact Arctic hydrology (for example, river discharge, permafrost melt), climatology (for example, snow, sea-ice albedo and melt)8, 9 and ecology (for example, water and food availability). Over the past several years, climate scientists have been running various models in different ways trying to understand why Arctic sea ice continues to melt faster than models predict. In this new effort, the researchers took a closer look at the impact caused by changes in the amount of precipitation. They combined data from a variety of sources and used it to run 37 climate models, finding that the Arctic is likely to see an increase in precipitation by as much as 4 percent, which is double that for the rest of the planet. They note that retreating ice leaves more open water, which leads to more evaporation and more snow and rainfall. The models suggested the rainy season in the Arctic will likely last longer in the future and reach farther north. They also theorize that sometime in the next century, it will be possible to navigate a ship to the North Pole because all of the sea ice will be gone.In another study, an international team of researchers ran models of their own and concluded that almost half of the ice that has melted in the Arctic over the past century and a half may be attributed to natural changes such as variations in wind and water currents. They have also published their results in Nature Climate Change. They suggest that the reason so many climate models have failed to accurately predict how much ice would melt in the Arctic and when is because they fail to account for natural climate variations. They believe the Arctic is currently experiencing a natural warm spell, which, when combined with human-caused global warming, is causing ice to melt at very fast rate. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
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Other roadworks may finish or start before schedule or be cancelled altogether. The list is broken down by local authority area (with the M6 , A500 and A50 separate because they fall under the remit of Highways England). All information from Highways England and Roadworks.org. Read MorePolice appeal after vulnerable man found injured at Stoke-on-Trent park M6 Southbound Junction 16 – Junction 15: Closed overnight July 23/24 and July 24/25. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. Southbound Junction 15 – Junction 14: Closed overnight July 26/27 and July 27/28. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. Northbound Junction 14 – Junction 15: Closed overnight July 28/29 and July 29/30. Disruption expected between 9pm and 6am. A500 Southbound between the A527 North and the junction with the A52: Expect disruption everyday between 20:00 and 06:00 from 23 July 2018 to 10 August 2018. Closed. 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News | Digital Radiography (DR) | May 29, 2019 Dynamic Digital Radiography Used to Assess Undifferentiated Dyspnea Konica Minolta DDR technology allows direct visualization of the kinesiology of the respiratory system to better identify abnormalities 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 Related Content 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 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 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. 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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 | 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 May 29, 2019 — A clinical study presented at the American Thoracic Society (ATS) 2019 annual meeting, May 17-22 in Dallas, described the use of Konica Minolta’s Dynamic Digital Radiography (DDR) technology in the assessment of undifferentiated dyspnea.Forty-three patients were enrolled in an Institutional Review Board (IRB)-approved study at Mount Sinai St. Luke’s in New York that compared the results of DDR with chest X-ray (CXR), computed tomography (CT) and pulmonary function testing (PFT). Lead investigator Mary M. O’Sullivan, M.D., associate professor at the Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai, will share a visual case series to demonstrate how DDR may potentially assist both the pulmonologist and the radiologist to more clearly identify newly recognized pathophysiologic abnormalities and better understand the context of the underlying disease.“Dyspnea, or shortness of breath, is a common complaint with different underlying causes that can make it difficult to pinpoint the patient’s condition,” explained O’Sullivan. “It involves complex pathological processes that may be the result of lung disease or heart disease, as well as abnormalities of the musculoskeletal system, neurological disease and body habitus. Additionally, for the first time, in DDR, the functionality of quiet respiration (tidal breathing) is explored. This is of great importance because tidal breathing is the type of breathing that the patient does during most of their daily life. Current studies, such as CXR, CT scan and PFT, are performed in a forced breath maneuver and this can underestimate how much pulmonary reserve the patient actually has. By enabling direct visualization of the kinesiology of the respiratory system, DDR may allow for earlier discovery and a more clear understanding of the etiology of dyspnea in a patient, enabling the clinician to streamline tests and reduce the time from evaluation to diagnosis.”In 2017, the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Konica Minolta Healthcare partnered to study the impact of DDR in the assessment of dyspnea and pulmonary diseases, including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). Clinicians from the departments of pulmonology and radiology have been evaluating the use of DDR across different pulmonary disease types. At the ATS 2018 annual meeting, a clinical study by Mount Sinai concluded that DDR may be a clinically relevant option to assess COPD severity in the acute setting and for patients unable to perform PFTs. At the 2018 annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Alexander Somwaru, M.D., assistant professor of radiology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and Alexander Kagen, M.D., site chair of radiology at Mount Sinai West and Mount Sinai St. Luke’s hospitals, along with their colleagues presented their work on the use of DDR in thoracic imaging. Somwaru believes that, “DDR may have the potential to expand the horizons of traditional radiography by providing biodynamic diagnostic imaging for disease evaluation and treatment.”The study abstract is available here.For more information: www.konicaminolta.com/medicalusa FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 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 | 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 Image courtesy of Imago Systems 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 | Medical 3-D Printing | August 08, 2019 RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical… read more
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