At a press briefing, Richard Bennett, the Representative of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal (OHCHR-Nepal), stressed the need for both sides of the conflict to cooperate with independent investigations into abuses.“The victims of these violations and their families deserve no less,” he said. “They have the right to know the truth and to a remedy, and they should be at the heart of everyone’s concerns.”Parties to the peace process agreed that addressing the past is essential for a durable peace, “but, regrettably, too little progress has been made,” the official noted.Impunity reigns, he added, for political crimes as well, including cases of torture and arbitrary detention at the Maharajgunj barracks in the capital, Kathmandu, in 2003 and 2004, as well as several instances of where the Unified Communist Party of Nepal-Maoist (UCPN-M) are responsible.In a recent letter to the Nepalese prime minister, Mr. Bennett said that he highlighted the urgency of the need to make progress on investigating the disappearances at the Kathmandu barracks.In 2006, a high-level military task force dismissed allegations made in a OHCHR-Nepal report from the same year, which identified that the actions of the brigade during 2003-2004 at the barracks “as one example of systematic violations of human rights committed by [army personnel] during the conflict.”“OHCHR considers that the NA [Nepalese army], as the alleged perpetrator, is not the appropriate institution to investigate allegations of conflict-related disappearances,” Mr. Bennett said today.During a recent meeting with Pushpa Kamal Dahal (“Prachanda”), who heads the UCPN-M and stepped down as Nepal’s prime minister in May, the UN official said that he reiterated his concerns about unresolved cases, both committed during the conflict and in its aftermath, which the UCPN-M has admitted responsibility but the alleged perpetrators remain at large.Some of these cases include the bombing of a public vehicle in Madi, Chitwan, killing nearly 40 people and for which the party claimed to be behind. To date, none of the five cadres identified as being behind the incident have been detained or investigated.Mr. Bennett said that the party has also refused to cooperate with Nepal’s police in the investigation into abductions and killings.He reiterated High Commissioner Navi Pillay’s comments in the Nepalese capital earlier this year that until demands “for justice are fulfilled and accountability for past, and in particular on-going, violations are ensured, a truly new Nepal will not emerge, and indeed, the peace process could be jeopardized.”Earlier this month, a new UN-backed project was launched to help heal the scars left by Nepal’s civil war, using transitional justice mechanisms to spur reconciliation.The “Peace through Justice” initiative, financed through a $2 million grant from the UN Peace Fund for Nepal (UNPFN), seeks to aid in setting up effective transitional justice systems provided for in the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, the 2006 pact ended the conflict between forces loyal to the former King of Nepal and Maoists.OHCHR said that “a systematic approach to dealing with the past can help societies heal and work their way back to normality. Establishing the facts of the conflict, acknowledging the losses suffered by the victims and providing a platform for justice helps end impunity and aids reconciliation.”The project, which will run initially for 12 months, will support the Ministry of Peace and Reconstruction (MoPR) to set up bodies, such as the Commission on Inquiry on Disappearances, and will focus on documenting human rights and international humanitarian law violations committed during the conflict, which claimed some 13,000 lives.Last week, Karin Landgren, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, cautioned that the peace process has stagnated, as the Security Council unanimously voted to extend the mandate of the the UN mission in Nepal (UNMIN) for six months.Ms. Landgren voiced hope that the resolution sends a signal to the Government and parties “to take the peace process forward.”Established following the signing of the 2006 peace deal by the Government and the Maoists to end the country’s decade-long civil war, UNMIN has been assisting with key tasks, such as monitoring of the management of arms and armed personnel of the Maoists and the Nepal Army.“The peace process has had significant successes since its inception,” Ms. Landgren told reporters in New York.But she pointed to several issues that could derail the process, such as polarization among the parties and the controversy over the roles of the army and the president.In his latest report on Nepal’s request for UN assistance in support of the peace process, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon wrote that progress on key elements in Nepal’s peace process has slowed down or stalled altogether owing to the country’s recent political crisis.“The two major tasks at the current stage of the peace process are the integration and rehabilitation of the Maoist army personnel and the drafting of the new constitution,” he said, noting that efforts to advance on both these fronts slowed with the onset of the crisis sparked by the resignation of Mr. Dahal, the UCPN-M chairperson, in early May, which occurred one day after the Chief of Army Staff – who he had fired – was reinstated.A senior leader of the Communist Party of Nepal-Unified Marxist-Leninist (UML), Madhav Kumar Nepal, was elected Prime Minister on 23 May and subsequently formed a new coalition Government with the support of 21 other political parties but without the participation of the Maoists.“The modest progress witnessed in some aspects of the peace process during the first quarter of 2009 has stalled against a backdrop of mistrust and a further deterioration of relations among key stakeholders, notably between UCPN-M and the other major parties and between UCPN-M and the Nepal Army,” said the Secretary-General. 29 July 2009Lack of accountability is hindering progress in the peace process in Nepal, the top United Nations human rights official in the country said today, calling for perpetrators of violations, committed both during the decade-long civil war and afterwards, to be brought to justice.
6 May 2011The United Nations refugee agency today condemned the recent shooting by Mozambican police of four Somali asylum-seekers and called on authorities to ensure that those responsible are brought to justice. The four Somalis were fatally shot on 29 April, reportedly in Namoto in Cabo Delgado province, according to a press statement issued by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).The agency “urges the Government of Mozambique to respect the human rights of asylum-seekers and to take appropriate action to ensure that those responsible will be held accountable,” the statement noted.UNHCR reported that it was still trying to obtain more details about the circumstances of the killings.Mozambique has become an increasingly popular destination for Somalis attempting to flee violence and poverty in their homeland, with an upsurge in numbers starting early last year.
A teenage boy has been arrested after a disturbing message was posted on social media which included threats towards students at a Brantford school.The post suggested that an incident would take place in January and made reference to North Park Collegiate.Police say violent threats were also made towards several people in the post.A 13-year-old boy was arrested Wednesday around 10:40 a.m. at North Park Collegiate. “Students and staff have observed a heavier police presence at North Park Collegiate School today while High School Resource Officers and Detectives from Major Crime Unit continued their investigation and spoke with students who are involved with the incident and/or have information about the social media post,” said police in a news release. The Brantford Police Service is reminding residents that it does not take these sorts of communications which include threatening content as juvenile type pranks.The investigation is ongoing and anyone with information is encouraged to contact Sgt Gary Swift of the Major Crime Unit at 519-756-0113, ext. 2274.
“I will bring the outcome of this meeting to the Conference of African Ministers for Transport and Infrastructure in Addis Ababa next week. The issues that were raised here would be of relevance to the African Meeting, particularly the one relating to indicators to measure progress,” said the UN High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries and Small Island Developing States, Anwarul K. Chowdhury.”The outcome of this meeting represents a major contribution towards implementing Goal 8 of the Millennium Development Goals,” he added, referring to the eight goals agreed in 2000 to reduce the socioeconomic problems in developing countries.Goal 8 calls on UN Member States to “develop a global partnership for development.”The High-Level Meeting in Kazakhstan, which ended today, discussed the role of multilateral organizations in implementing the Almaty Programme of Action (APoA) to secure access to the sea for landlocked countries and reduce their trade transaction costs.The concluding communiqué asked Mr. Chowdhury to help with the coordination of initiatives, including a technical cooperation programme involving several major multilateral institutions.It said countries would tackle their problems by establishing efficient transit and transport systems and finding ways of measuring that progress. They would continue to extend technical assistance to landlocked developing countries and develop criteria for financing, taking into account the benefits derived from projects based on poverty alleviation, rather than commercial considerations.It also called for an annual review of progress made and lessons learned.
OSU then-freshman designated hitter Brady Cherry (1) swings at a pitch during a game against Kent State on April 5 in Kent, Ohio. OSU lost, 8-3. Credit: Courtesy of Matt Baker | The Kent StaterA day after serving up five runs on 11 hits in Game 1 of the series, the Ohio State baseball team needed to make sure they kept the explosive bats of the Minnesota baseball team quiet in order to salvage the series.But the Golden Gophers were not to be silenced on Saturday, as the team combined for 21 runs and 30 hits across the two games of the doubleheader and completed the sweep of the Buckeyes in the first conference series of the season.OSU coach Greg Beals tipped his cap to the bats of the Golden Gophers, saying that they demonstrated a great approach to the plate and take advantage of mistakes up in the zone. “They have guys with a feel for hitting. So when you’re up in the zone, they’re going to put balls in play,” Beals said. “I think they’ve got a solid two-strike approach where they’ll scrap and fight you.”Game 1The first game of Saturday’s doubleheader saw its fair share of runs being scored, but it was largely one-sided. The Golden Gophers piled on seven runs late to win the game 15-5.Despite the final score being so lopsided, it was the Buckeyes who jumped on the scoreboard first. A groundout from junior right fielder Noah McGowan with a pair in scoring position scored the runner from third and gave the Buckeyes the early 1-0 lead.Two innings later, freshman second baseman Noah West later stepped up to the plate with his team still searching for their first hit of the game and launched the fourth pitch he saw over the left field fence for his first career home run, helping OSU jump ahead by two.For West, that home run wasn’t about trying to do too much, it was just about trying to put a good swing on it and hoping to drive it.“I was just trying to go out and be aggressive and saw a fastball, and my eyes just lighting up and (I was) able to get it over the fence,” West said. “It was probably the best feeling of my life honestly.”It did not take long for the Golden Gophers to respond. In the top of the fourth inning, Minnesota had a runner on first base and no one out. Then a wild series of events took place with a bunt single, followed up by a pair of throwing errors that allowed a run to come across and bring the Golden Gophers to within one.An RBI double from redshirt senior left fielder Jordan Smith immediately followed and tied the game at two.A walk coming right on the heels of that double to put two runners on base for sophomore catcher Cole McDevitt who crushed Curlis’ 0-1 offering over the fence in straight-away center to give the Golden Gophers the 5-2 lead.The Buckeyes again channeled the long ball in the bottom half of the fourth inning, as junior left fielder Tyler Cowles crushed a no-doubt home run to left field to bring the score to 5-3.Minnesota was not done with the power surge. With two runners aboard in the top of the fifth, Jordan Smith connected with the 3-2 pitch and sent it over a leaping attempt at the wall from McGowan for the Golden Gophers’ second home run of the day and his second in the series. In the bottom of the fifth, sophomore catcher Jacob Barnwell sent a 3-1 fastball over the left-center field wall for his first career home run.Two scoreless innings came and went, and all was quiet until the top of the eighth. And then the wheels fell off for OSU.With a run already having scored on a ground out earlier in the inning, junior first baseman Toby Hanson doubled to right field, scoring a pair of runs.A single and throwing error allowed Hanson to come around to score and give his team the seven-run lead. Redshirt freshman Jordan Kozicky tripled to the right-centerfield gap, scoring two more runs. Kozicky later came around to score on a passed ball to bring the score 15-5.Beals said this game was not an easy one to get through for the Buckeyes as it seemingly everything went against his team.“First game just kind of got away from us. I think Curlis went out there, and for three innings looked pretty good and disappeared on us,” Beals said. “Then we went to the bullpen and like I said, it just got away from us.”Curlis, who had not allowed a run in his previous 11 innings, gave up seven runs (all earned) on nine hits and two walks across four innings while only striking out three.But the bullpen did not help to pick him up either. The relievers allowed eight runs (seven earned) on eight hits and two walks across five innings of work, adding to their struggles of late.Junior relief pitcher Seth Kinker said that for the bullpen to start finding success, they need to start to feel more confident in their stuff and trust themselves to pitch well.“Right now, people are a little rattled when they do go in the game. And they’re lacking a little bit of confidence,” Kinker said. “You’re not going to pitch well if you don’t have confidence. And that’s what I’ve always been told while I’ve been here for three years. If you have the confidence in your stuff, then you’re going to do well.”Game 2For the third-straight game in the series, the Golden Gophers tallied double-digit hit totals and secured the sweep, winning by a final score of 6-5.The scoring got started in the bottom of the second with a sacrifice fly to right-center field from Tyler Cowles, but the Golden Gophers responded right back in the top of the third with a sacrifice fly of their own to tie the game at one.In the top of the fourth, the Golden Gophers started to get to sophomore starting pitcher Ryan Feltner. A double and single put runners on the corners for Kozicky who delivered an RBI double down the left field line. The runner on first base was thrown out trying to score, but Minnesota still managed to take the 2-1 lead.A single up the middle from McDevitt scored Kozicky, expanding the Minnesota lead to 3-1.The Buckeyes answered quickly though, bringing themselves back within a run when freshman right fielder Dominic Canzone singled to right to score his team’s second run of the game.Feltner again ran into issues in the fifth as he served up a home run to junior right fielder Alex Boxwell in the top of the fifth to give Minnesota the 4-2 lead. He later walked another batter in the inning and was pulled from the game.For the second-straight inning, OSU would put a run up on the board. With a runner on second, senior shortstop and co-captain Jalen Washington singled up the middle to cut the Gopher lead to just one.Just as quickly as OSU put up a run, so too did Minnesota. After a leadoff double in the top of the sixth put a runner in scoring position, a single to left field brought the score back up to 5-3. Later in the inning, the Golden Gophers had runners on second and third and a wild pitch allowed the second run of the inning to come around and score. In the bottom half of the sixth inning, Canzone stepped up to the plate with runners on first and second, and for the second time today drilled a base hit through the right side of the infield, scoring the runner from second. OSU had one of their best scoring opportunities of the game in the bottom of the eighth inning. With the bases loaded and no one out, Canzone stepped up to the plate and delivered a sacrifice fly, bringing the game to 6-5.An attempted squeeze bunt failed to amount to anything but advancing the runner on first to second. A walk and a strikeout would end the inning and leave the bases loaded.Beals saw this situation as a golden opportunity for his ball club and he felt that while they were able to put some good swings on the ball, nothing went right for his club.“In that eighth inning, Canzone drives the ball to right-center field. It’s a really hard hit ball. It’s a sacrifice fly, so it’s quality in that. It’s hard hit. We’ve got to be able to find the gap with that,” Beals said. “There’s a lot of things from a process standpoint, we did really good. But there’s not a lot of moral victories in it. The taste in the mouth doesn’t make it any better.”For his team to improve, Beals believes there is not any magic answer. He said that his team just needs to stop pressing too much and try to get back to fundamental baseball.“One more hit. It takes one more hit. There’s no magic answer to it,” Beals said. “I think guys are pressing a little bit and this is the time of the year when you’re struggling and you’re not winning games where that pressing can come into play and we’ve got to fight that. We’ve got to stick to our process, stick to the fundamentals and the core values that we believe in and execute those.”The Buckeyes will look to get back in the win column when they host Ohio University for the fifth of their nine-consecutive home games on Tuesday. First pitch is scheduled for 6:35 p.m.
First Lady, Mrs Sandra Granger, today, received a courtesy call from the United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) new Liaison Officer, Mr Adler Bynoe at her office at State House.First Lady, Mrs Sandra Granger (left) with United Nations Population Fund’s (UNFPA) new Liaison Officer, Adler Bynoe (center) and United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization’s (UNESCO) Secretary General, Ms Patrice LaFleur before their meeting at State House todayBynoe was accompanied by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation’s (UNESCO) Secretary General, Ms Patrice LaFleur.The purpose of the meeting, Bynoe indicated, was to discuss UNFPA’s work plan for 2018 with First Lady, identify areas of potential partnership and to familiarise himself with initiatives implemented by First Lady’s Office.“…It’s fitting, giving that today is International Women’s Day to recognise the tremendous work that she [First Lady] has been doing with respect to women and girls so I am interested in learning a little bit more on that and of course sharing with her, our work plan for 2018 and looking for areas to possibly collaborate as we look to address issues affecting women and girls in Guyana,” Bynoe said.UNFPA is the world’s largest international source of funding for population and reproductive health programmes. The Fund works with governments at their request to support national development programmes that aim to achieve access to sexual and reproductive health and reproductive rights, reduce maternal mortality and reduce adolescent pregnancy by 20 % during 2014-2019. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedFirst Lady underscores the need for family planning, health curriculum in schoolsJuly 18, 2018In “Health”More resources needed for women, girls to deal with disastersJuly 20, 2015In “Business”Jarvis was a “distinguished Guyanese who lived a life of excellence and service to her country” – PresidentMarch 30, 2017In “latest news”
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Civilian personnel of the Army without access to on-base child care will continue to get subsidies. The Army had announced the payments would stop on March 1, as On Base reported.The service announced in a Feb. 28 letter that the payments will continue. The program provides up to $1,500 a month for each child under age 13 to subsidize care at qualified centers.U.S. Army photo by Lesley Atkinson ADC AUTHOR
Tags Randy Walters shot this awesome video of a whirlwind/Dust Devil at a coal mine in Elkhorn (McDowell County), WV. Though not a tornado and much weaker than one, it has earned the nickname “coalnado” around the mine! Crazy. @NWSBlacksburg @NWSCharlestonWV @VanFOX8Weather pic.twitter.com/JE6qTxyAjo— Katherine Thompson (@WVVAKAThompson) July 30, 2019 What the tornado-spewing storm looked like from space Mars dust devils leave their mark on the landscape “Though not a tornado and much weaker than one, it has earned the nickname ‘coalnado’ around the mine! Crazy,” Thompson tweeted.The Sharknado movie series has made it popular to label all sorts of weird weather phenomenon as a “whatever-nado.” The coal mine event wasn’t an actual tornado, but it was a very large whirlwind that picked up dark bits of coal from the ground, giving it an ominous color. A coalnado is not to be confused with a Sharknado from the Syfy network. Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET And you thought it couldn’t get weirder than a firenado.Katherine Thompson, chief meteorologist for West Virginia station WVVA, shared a video this week showing a black hellmouth of a dust devil swirling around at a coal mine in Elkhorn. 10 Photos NASA sees dramatic Earth weather from space (pictures) Post a comment Share your voice Wild weather Heavy-equipment operator Randy Walters originally captured the video and shared it to Facebook on Monday with the straightforward caption “coal tornado.” The massive whirlwind sounded like a train, he noted in the comments.The footage is spectacular, but it’s not the first of its kind. Another coal tornado raged in 2017 at a factory in Chelyabinsk, Russia. A fire tornado sparked by the devastating 2018 California wildfires was responsible for the death of a firefighter.The coalnado is not a sign of the end times, but it does show how whirlwinds will happily pick up whatever is in their path. 0 Random
Photo courtesy of NOAA.Part 1: For as long as anyone remembers, Napakiak has been retreating from the Kuskokwim River. The village of about 400 people sits on a bend in the river, and every year that bend grows deeper. As the land has fallen away, Napakiak has picked up its homes and buildings and moved them farther from the water.Part 2: The Kuskokwim River is getting too close to the Napakiak school. Currently frozen, it sits about 150 feet from the school fuel tanks. School district officials expect the water to reach the structures before new ones can be built: Here’s how school staff members are approaching the issue.Part 3: Napakiak needs a new school. As of Dec. 3, the Kuskokwim River is less than 200 feet from the current building. The school building is too big and too old to move, and the question is when, not if, the water will overtake the ground beneath it.Part 4: The Napakiak City, Tribe, and Native Village Corporation have worked together to fund and coordinate the effort to escape the erosion. But the erosion is accelerating and threatening critical infrastructure that’s too big for the community to move on its own. Now it’s seeking outside funding to help.
“Consumers don’t explore anywhere close to full range of products and attributes in the category. The final product they purchase is very close in terms of the attributes to the products they discovered on the first day,” said Bart Bronnenberg of Tilburg University in the Netherlands.The study finds that about 25 per cent of consumers search and purchase in just one online session. The average purchase takes much longer – around 15 days and over six sessions. The vast majority of purchases happen in under a month. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfFurther, about 40 per cent of consumers search only one brand and 20 per cent only one model, while the average consumer will search about three brands and six models.“People differ in their search behaviour a lot. Some make up their mind right away but others search for long periods – often up to a month and review many products,” added Carl Mela of Duke University in North Carolina, US. This suggests that consumers have a rough idea of the quality and type of features they want as they begin search. The search helps them merely to refine the right combination of features within the narrow range of features of the products they found on the first day. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveFor marketers, a long period of search can be a great opportunity to influence the exploration and discovery of new products during search and purchase.“The fact that what people buy is close to what they initially found, means that the advertising targeting and product recommendations can use this information effectively and recommend close variants of what the consumer initially searched and found,” explained Jun Kim of the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
May 13, 2014 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. 4 min read Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. Let me be blunt: I feel very strongly about gender equality. It is shameful we live in the year 2014 and still have to discuss this topic. Humans should be judged by their character, contributions or opinion — not by factors such as race, gender or religion. Please keep that in mind when I characterize existing gender salary gaps with such words as “only” and “just” below.That said, recently Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In and President Barack Obama’s directives aimed at closing the salary gap between men and women have brought the topic of gender salary gap back into the spotlight. Though the president’s orders are specifically limited to federal contractors, the gender-pay discrepancy happens across all industries. This includes the tech industry. While it’s one of the lowest overall, the gender salary gap in the tech industry was still a whopping 20 percent, according to the August TriNet SMBeat report, based on more than 8,000 firms that are clients of my HR services company,TriNet.Related: Team ‘Ban Bossy’ or Not: 3 Reasons Why Hiring Women In Tech Grows Business. Though the tech vertical still employs higher numbers of male employees than female, in recent years more women have become developers, engineers and technology entrepreneurs. As the tech workforce changes, so do the salaries. For example, within New York’s tech industry, according to TriNet’s August report, women in software engineering positions showed the best female-to-male salary comparisons within the sector just a 9.1 percent difference (as opposed to those working in sales, marketing or administrative positions),In addition, when comparing management positions for men and women nationwide across all industries to the tech industry, there’s further upside for women in technical occupations. For example, according to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, women in management positions across all industries in the country earned 28 percent less than men in 2012. Computer and information system managers, however, earned only about 12 percent less.After decades of debate, concrete explanations for the gender salary gap have yet to be proved. In addition to disproportionate distribution of gender across occupations, accusations of discrimination along with a combination of social, educational and economic factors are often cited as reasons behind inconsistencies in pay.Related: How to Hire the Absolute Best Talent for Tech JobsWhile the data seems to point to better job opportunities for women in tech, the question remains: What does this mean for business owners, including ones in the tech industry?Regardless of the reasons behind the gender salary gap or personal opinions on this hot-button issue, there are practical reasons for business owners to address these discrepancies.One prominent reason is retention of top talent. Like everyone else, women who are fairly compensated are less likely to look for new job opportunities. Also, when workers feel they are paid fairly, they tend to have a more positive outlook on their work. Positive morale has been shown to lead to increased productivity in the workplace. All these factors combined mean a better business outlook for employers who want to build an enduring business.Related: Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg: Eliminate Bias That Women ‘Aren’t Meant to Lead’What can owners do to make sure their female workers are compensated at the same level as their male counterparts? They should identify if there is a gender salary gap within their own company. This can be done through self-auditing, which will ensure there are no unexplained discrepancies; they can consult with counsel regarding the possibility of doing an audit protected by privilege. If discrepancies are found, employers should adjust salaries and refine human resources policies to accurately align pay based on completed work and skill sets rather than gender.In the long run, this has the additional benefit of helping support the position of the employer, should there be any future claims of discrimination based on gender.When stepping back from this controversial issue and looking at it from a business perspective, closing the salary gap benefits not only the employees, but also the employer. Therefore, taking action to eliminate wage gaps based on gender will help a company grow and survive. There may even be a bigger benefit: It will help us evolve as humans.Related: Seven Employee Warning Signs Register Now »
News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 01, 2019 | Jeff Zagoudis, Associate Editor FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Medical Device Safety in MRI Environment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new draft guidance titled Testing and Labeling Medical Devices for… read more News | June 28, 2013 Concussion Patients Show Alzheimer’s-like Brain Abnormalities Related Content 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 News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 06, 2019 Canon Medical Introduces Encore Orian MR Upgrade Program Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. is helping to provide low-cost patient care solutions for its customers with the launch… read more June 28, 2013 — The distribution of white matter brain abnormalities in some patients after mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI) closely resembles that found in early Alzheimer’s dementia, according to a new study published online in the journal Radiology.“Findings of MTBI bear a striking resemblance to those seen in early Alzheimer’s dementia,” said the study’s lead author, Saeed Fakhran, M.D., assistant professor of radiology in the division of neuroradiology at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. “Additional research may help further elucidate a link between these two disease processes.”MTBI, or concussion, affects more than 1.7 million people in the United States annually. Despite the name, these injuries are by no means mild, with approximately 15 percent of concussion patients suffering persistent neurological symptoms.“Sleep-wake disturbances are among the earliest findings of Alzheimer’s patients, and are also seen in a subset of MTBI patients,” Fakhran said. “Furthermore, after concussion, many patients have difficulty filtering out white noise and concentrating on the important sounds, making it hard for them to understand the world around them. Hearing problems are not only an independent risk factor for developing Alzheimer’s disease, but the same type of hearing problem seen in MTBI patients has been found to predict which patients with memory problems will go on to develop Alzheimer’s disease.”For the study, Fakhran and colleagues set out to determine if there was a relationship between white matter injury patterns and severity of post-concussion symptoms in MTBI patients with normal findings on conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) exams. The researchers studied data from imaging exams performed on 64 MTBI patients and 15 control patients, using an advanced MRI technique called diffusion tensor imaging, which identifies microscopic changes in the brain’s white matter.The brain’s white matter is composed of millions of nerve fibers called axons that act like communication cables connecting various regions of the brain. Diffusion tensor imaging produces a measurement, called fractional anisotropy, of the movement of water molecules along axons. In healthy white matter, the direction of water movement is fairly uniform and measures high in fractional anisotropy. When water movement is more random, fractional anisotropy values decrease. Of the MTBI patients, 42 (65.6 percent) were men, and the mean age was 17. Sports injury was the reason for concussion in two-thirds of the patients. All patients underwent neurocognitive evaluation with Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing (ImPACT). The researchers analyzed correlation between fractional anisotropy values, the ImPACT total symptom score and findings of sleep-wake disturbances. Sleep-wake disturbances are among the most disabling post-concussive symptoms, directly decreasing quality of life and productivity and magnifying post-concussion memory and social dysfunction.The results showed a significant correlation between high ImPACT total symptom score and reduced fractional anisotropy at the gray-white junction, most prominently in the auditory cortex. Significantly decreased fractional anisotropy was found in patients with sleep-wake disturbances in the parahippocampal gyri relative to patients without sleep-wake disturbances.“When we sleep, the brain organizes our experiences into memories, storing them so that we can later find them,” Fakhran said. “The parahippocampus is important for this process, and involvement of the parahippocampus may, in part, explain the memory problems that occur in many patients after concussion.” According to Fakhran, the results suggest that the true problem facing concussion patients may not be the injury itself, but rather the brain’s response to that injury. “Traditionally, it has been believed that patients with MTBI have symptoms because of abnormalities secondary to direct injury,” he said. “Simply put, they hit their head, damaged their brain at the point of trauma and thus have symptoms from that direct damage. Our preliminary findings suggest that the initial traumatic event that caused the concussion acts as a trigger for a sequence of degenerative changes in the brain that results in patient symptoms and that may be potentially prevented. Furthermore, these neurodegenerative changes are very similar to those seen in early Alzheimer’s dementia.”The researchers hope that these findings may lead to improved treatments in the future.“The first step in developing a treatment for any disease is understanding what causes it,” Fakhran said. “If we can prove a link, or even a common pathway, between MTBI and Alzheimer’s, this could potentially lead to treatment strategies that would be potentially efficacious in treating both diseases.”For more information: www.radiology.rsna.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 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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Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more News | Stroke | August 16, 2019 Mobile Stroke Unit Gets Patients Quicker Treatment Than Traditional Ambulance Every second counts for stroke patients, as studies show they can lose up to 27 million brain cells per minute…. read more Image courtesy of UTHealth McGovern Medical School The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. 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. 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TR4 confirmed in Colombia as country declares “nat … You might also be interested in From the pages of Produce Business UKThere’s no denying food waste is a massive issue for our planet. Roughly one-third of the food produced globally for human consumption, which amounts to approximately 1.3 billion tons, gets lost or wasted every year, according to Food and Agriculture Organization numbers from the United Nations.The food that is wasted amounts to roughly US$680 billion (bn) in industrialized countries and US$310bn in developing countries, with fruit and vegetables plus roots and tubers having the highest wastage rates of any food industry.When it comes to minimizing this level of waste in the U.K. fresh produce industry, FareShare is one of the leading lights and the country’s biggest charity in terms of fighting hunger and food waste. And Jo Dyson, FareShare’s head of food, utilized her presentation at this year’s London Produce Show and Conference to urge delegates to do more to ensure surplus fruit and vegetables aren’t just thrown away, but given to people who really need them.Making the point that food waste is a “business cost” and that U.K. growers lose money from throwing too much of their product away, Dyson says 10 million tons of food and drink is wasted in the U.K. every year. This, she says, has a value of around £20bn. Interestingly, 270,000 tons of this waste is still edible when it’s binned, and this could make a staggering 650 million meals.“In the U.K. media, there’s a lot on how retailers are guilty of food waste and this is true to an extent, but most of the food waste occurs in the home or on a farm,” says Dyson.”Growers, in particular, need to be more aware that the food they give away has enormous value. It really can feed some of our nation’s most vulnerable citizens.”Making food waste reduction a part of your brandThis value, according to FareShare, is reflected in the fact that for every £1 you invest in driving down food waste, it will create a net benefit of £14.According to data from FMCG giant Unilever, 33% of adults would buy a product from a brand because they believe it is doing social or environmental good.That equates to a €966bn (£817bn) untapped opportunity, given that the size of the marketing for sustainable goods is €2.5tr (£2.1tr). And Dyson says brands that become pioneers in lowering food waste not only will build a better reputation among consumers, but also “create more profitable businesses.”Lowering food waste was the most important issue among U.K. shoppers, according to recent FareShare data, when considering supporting a brand.FareShare works with various retailers such as Tesco, Sainsbury’s and Asda, taking their food waste and redistributing it to charities, who then feed people who are struggling to get by. June 26 , 2019 Mexican avocados: WTO to mediate after Costa Rican … “There’s 8.4m people in the U.K. who struggle to afford a meal,” Dyson explains. “There are also 3 million children at risk of hunger over the summer holidays. We work with charities and retailers to ensure the waste that’s still perfectly fine for consumption can really make a difference.” Following Tesco’s positive progress Dyson says there have been really positive steps over recent years that suggest the U.K. retail industry is finally starting to take food waste seriously. She pointed to the shining example set by Tesco, one of several major businesses to sign up to the Courtauld Commitment 2025, a voluntary agreement to cut food waste by 20% within a decade.Tesco has slashed the amount of food going to waste from its operations by nearly a fifth, after introducing new measures to distribute surplus to staff and charity groups. The U.K.’s biggest supermarket recently announced that 44,297 tons of food went to waste in 2018/19, a fall of 17%, with the figure amounting to 0.45% of its sales.Tesco said it was now 81% of the way towards its target that no food safe for human consumption goes to waste, though it had planned to reach the target by May last year. Its chief executive, Dave Lewis, has urged other businesses to be held accountable and release their food waste data publicly like his own company has done.Growing waste awarenessDyson says the success of the U.K.’s biggest supermarket in “combating waste” means others will “naturally follow its example.” Despite this positive backdrop, Dyson admits many business people still don’t understand the scale of the problem or really understand what food waste looks like.“People don’t know what waste is,” says Dyson. “If you deal with processing bananas, for example, the skin isn’t edible waste, but if you throw the whole banana away, the weight of skin in a whole banana is counted as edible waste. The devil is in the detail, and there are so many different ways for businesses to lower their waste level by being clever.“Lots of companies don’t know where their waste goes either. Most of it goes to aerobic digestion, but they should know that and look to gain more knowledge so they can run the best possible business when it comes to sustainability.”She says businesses also must involve people on the ground more effectively, and that getting waste reduction in your CSR plan is one thing, but actually mobilizing growers to embed this in their day-to-day production is a different matter entirely.“More must be done to embed laborers and workers in the process as you will be more successful with reducing waste if they feel part of the mission,” she added.Some of the biggest barriers to getting a waste reduction plan off the ground, according to Dyson, include: “added costs for further distribution, cost of processing, cost of time and labor to organize surplus food, and the fact stock is short-dated or lower quality.” But Dyson says these are all things that get easier with time and that each is worth persevering with in the long run.FareShare recently secured a £1.9m grant from the U.K. government’s DEFRA and the Food Waste Reduction Fund. This means it can redistribute an additional 18 million meals to charities, and Dyson urged delegates at the London Produce Show to support FareShare over the coming years.She concluded: “Without their current supply of FareShare food, one in five charities would close down. We feed nearly one million people every week, so it’s crucial we work with as many fruit and vegetable producers as possible to ensure their waste is improving the planet.”Thankfully, more and more are realizing that combating food waste is a necessary business cost.” U.S.: Michigan Apple Committee funds new research … Wonderful expects new seedless lemon brand to be a …
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Mar 21, 2019 11:10 am PDT NASHVILLE — Country star Dierks Bentley has joined the list of scheduled performers for next month’s NFL Draft festivities.Bentley will perform a free outdoor concert April 27 in downtown Nashville to coincide with the draft and the running of the Nashville Marathon.Grammy-winning country performer Tim McGraw and Grammy-winning gospel singer CeCe Winans already had been announced as scheduled performers the week of the draft. McGraw will hold a free outdoor concert April 26. Winans will sing the National Anthem on April 25.NFL officials have said more than 20 singers or bands will perform.The draft will take place on an outdoor stage in downtown Nashville with additional events for fans at the NFL Draft Experience to be held outside Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennessee Titans.The Associated Press Dierks Bentley joins list of performers for NFL Draft
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