VANCOUVER — When a British Columbia woman experiencing fever, headaches and weight loss for two months finally went to her doctor, a blood test revealed she’d contracted a contagious disease from a dog she’d rescued in Mexico.Dr. Elani Galanis, an epidemiologist and public health physician at the BC Centre for Disease Control, said the case was surprising because the previously healthy middle-aged patient didn’t seem to be a candidate for the transmission of brucellosis, which medical literature suggests can afflict people with weakened immune systems, or the very young and elderly.“Up until this adult woman became infected and tested positive we felt like the risk to humans, although possible, was very, very low,” said Galanis, who wrote about the anonymous woman in a recent issue of the BC Medical Journal.The woman worked for an animal-rescue organization that transported dogs to Canada from Mexico and the United States, often driving there to pick up the animals, Galanis said.On one occasion, she was bringing back a pregnant dog from Mexico and likely came into contact with the animal’s pregnancy fluids as it spontaneously aborted two stillborn puppies, Galanis said, adding the dog later tested positive for the bacterium brucella canis and the woman was diagnosed after seeking medical treatment last December.“Given the story in other places, like the rest of North America, this hasn’t been seen much before,” Galanis said of transmission of the disease to humans. “We’re just starting to see it so I do believe it’s a true emergence of a new problem.”“For us, the priority will be to ensure that physicians are aware that this is possible, that they ask the question about contact with animals, particularly imported dogs.”Rob Ashburner, a veterinarian and spokesman for the B.C. branch of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association, said efforts to have stricter regulations on the importation of dogs involving multiple federal agencies have so far been fruitless.“The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association has spent a lot of time trying to get the federal government to put some rules in place where animals imported from other countries should be tested for a bunch of communicable diseases, brucellosis being one of them,” he said. “Dogs from the warmer climates have all sorts of parasites that we don’t have here and they bring them in and affect our population as well.”Plenty of dogs are available for adoption in Canada, Ashburner said, adding rescued animals can be traumatized after long trips and bring with them behavioural problems people may not expect.The Canadian Food Inspection Agency establishes requirements for animals such as dogs coming into the country.It said dogs that are less than eight months old are inspected by its veterinarians at borders and older dogs are inspected by Canada Border Service Agency officers, who also review the animals’ certificates, such as those listing any vaccinations.“If the CBSA officer has any concerns, such as the animal showing signs of illness or incomplete/incorrect paperwork, they call a CFIA veterinarian for examination,” the agency said in an email.Ashburner said examinations at the border are not comprehensive and current regulations, requiring just a rabies vaccination, have been in place for decades, long before an increase in the number of pets and rescue-dogs being brought to Canada, sometimes with certificates that are bogus.“In reality, just from personal experience, there are times when what the paperwork says is not true,” he said, adding while more dogs are being brought to Canada, there are no national statistics on how many are coming in.The Public Health Agency of Canada said it acknowledges the global movement of animals, including dogs, can facilitate the spread of diseases that can be passed on to people.“Educating breeders, importers, rescue organizations and Canadians on both the risks and mitigation measures is important to manage this issue,” it said in an email.However, the agency did not respond to questions about whether it plans to consider any policy changes involving potential transmission of diseases to humans.Emilia Gordon, a veterinarian and senior manger of animal health with the British Columbia branch of the SPCA, said various groups in the province are trying to create standards of practice for rescued animals.“This is really an important issue for Canada,” she said. “I’ve personally seen a number of significant diseases in animals that were rescued from shelters in other countries.”“We are increasingly seeing surrender requests for animals who were rescued from other countries and we’ve actually had to set an entire set of protocols and procedures in place to do risk assessments on these animals as they come in,” she said, adding up to five imported animals a week are being brought in to shelters around the province.The United States, Mexico and south and central America were the major source countries about five years ago but that changed in the last year, with more dogs coming in from elsewhere in the world, including Asia and Morocco, Gordon said.— Follow @CamilleBains1 on Twitter. Camille Bains, The Canadian Press
TORONTO — Music videos have struck another sour note at cable channel Much amid fading interest from viewers.The channel’s owner Bell Media says it’s chopped the weekday block of mainstream videos by six hours.Bell spokesman Scott Henderson says Much will broadcast a single hour of retro music videos from the ’80s, ’90s and aughts during the “teen-popular” lunchtime window. Advertisement The decision comes as Much faces what Henderson calls a “significant erosion” of TV audiences interested in music videos.Over the past decade, the explosion in popularity of YouTube and Vevo helped wear away at the appeal of music videos on traditional cable channels. Record labels uploaded their seemingly bottomless libraries of classic videos to the streaming platforms, while rising stars used the services to debut their latest clips.That left channels like Much and MTV looking for other ways to attract audiences, bulking up their programming schedules with reality TV and movies.But for years, Much still maintained “Playlist,” a weekday slate of music videos that aired from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET.Henderson says the most recent figures showed “Playlist” drew less than 4,000 viewers on average each day.Shrinking audiences were also blamed when Quebec company Groupe V Media announced last month it will shut down Montreal-based MusiquePlus in August and replace it with a different channel format.Groupe V Media had also relaunched sister channel Musimax as a more general entertainment channel called Max three years ago.Changes at Much have already taken effect with “Much Retro Lunch” landing on the schedule from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. ET on weekdays.The rest of the morning hours will be filled with a back catalogue of Canadian reruns, including “Just for Laughs: Gags” and standup comedy showcase “Comedy Now!”Henderson says music programming still “remains a key element” at Bell Media, which produces reality series “The Launch” and the annual street party the iHeartRadio MMVAs.David Friend ~ The Canadian Press Facebook The shoes of Jillea are shown on the red carpet during the Much Music Video Awards in Toronto on Sunday, June 19, 2016. Music videos have struck another sour note at cable channel Much.After decades of dominating airwaves in the daytime hours, the channel’s owner Bell Media is reducing its weekday block of mainstream hits and classics from seven hours to a single midday hour.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Mark Blinch Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement Twitter
Rabat – Moroccan filmmaker Nour-eddine Lakhmari’s movie “Burn Out” has been chosen in the pre-selection for Best Foreign Film at the 2019 Oscars. According to the Moroccan Cinematographic Center (CCM), the movie was chosen to represent Morocco by a selection committee chaired by producer Souad Lamriki, in line with the criteria established by the Oscars Academy, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.Produced by the Dubai-based VOD platform, ICFLIX, the movie is set in Casablanca, where Lakhmari usually prefers to shoot his movies. The production is a multi-narrative film, telling the intersecting stories of several characters representing different Moroccan categories and social classes.“Burn Out,” tells the story of Jad, a young and wealthy Casablancan struggling with existential crises.In search of redemption, Jad meets Ayoub, an even-tempered boy who does odd jobs to help buy his mother a prosthetic limb.The two characters easily find comfort and understanding with each other, both possessing qualities the other lacks.Meanwhile, Jad and his wife, who runs an art gallery, get divorced. The film also tells the bleak life of a medical student, Aida, forced to engage in prostitution to finance her studies.The psychological study delves deep into the bipolarity of its characters, as they are all torn between two worlds, their own desire and the constraints of their social status.“Burn Out” stars Morjana Alaoui, Leila Marrakchi, Anas El Baz, Fatima Zahra El Jaouhari, Karim Saidi, Saadia Ladib, Driss Roukhe, Mohammed Khiari, and Ilyass El Jihani.
“We will present the positive image of the UN family, and allow visitors to know our objectives, missions and activities,” Awni Behnam, Commissioner General of the UN Pavilion, has said about the 32,000-square-foot pavilion. Divided into three main areas, the building was designed to be a spectacle of LCD monitors, colourful multi-media technological exhibits and UN product displays. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will deliver two video messages on some of the screens. The theme of the Expo is “Better City, Better Life,” recognizing that more than half of the world’s population in now urban and growing rapidly, and has particular significance for China, home to nearly one quarter of the world’s 1,000 largest cities. This year’s Expo is the first to be held in a developing country. Given its ties with the overarching theme, the UN Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT), the agency leading the world body’s effort on sustainable urban development, is coordinating its presence at the Expo. UN-HABITAT Executive Director Anna Tibaijuka and Mr. Behnam were slated to cut the ribbon officially opening the pavilion today. Over the next few days, they will be joined in presentations and on panels by General Assembly President Ali Treki Irina Bokova, Director-General of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) award-winning actor and climate change advocate Forest Whitaker and World Food Programme (WFP) Ambassador Against Hunger Li Ning. One of the sections of the pavilion contains 192 chairs, representing all of the UN Member States, reminiscent of the General Assembly Hall in New York where representatives gather to discuss world issues. This year at the high-level opening of the General Assembly in New York, the Secretary-General will host a summit on speeding up progress towards reaching the universally agreed-upon Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), eight anti-poverty targets, by their 2015 deadline. Similarly, participants at the Shanghai Expo can attend meetings and talks in the UN Pavilion forum area, the only non-invitation one at the Expo. “This is an opportunity for people from all walks of life, from civil society to world leaders, from students to celebrities, to come together to debate how best to tackle these issues so that everyone can benefit from urban life,” Jeanette Elsworth, Public Information Officer for the UN Pavilion, told the UN News Centre. “Dialogue is what the UN is all about and we hope to welcome as many people as possible to the Pavilion to share their views.” One of the biggest exhibits in the pavilion is called “6 Billion Others.” Featuring hundreds of television screens showing clips from a film by Yann Arthus-Bertrand, it shows how more than 600 people and communities in 17 countries are confronting climate challenge. “I fear the sea. The sea is my only fear. Where will we go? The water is coming closer every day, the country is worsening day by day. I have never seen this before,” a fisherman in Bangladesh tells the camera. The testimonies are based on questions from the Nobel Peace Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which was set up by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). 1 May 2010Focusing on the theme “One Earth, One United Nations,” the world body hopes to showcase the breadth of its work at its state-of-the-art pavilion the World Exposition in Shanghai, China, which kicked off today and is expected to draw 70 million people.
MONTREAL — Prices for cellphone services — including voice and data — have decreased since last year, putting Canada in the middle of the pack internationally, a new study says.A typical package of mobile phone services — including voice, text, call display and voice mail features — has fallen by about 13% compared with 2012, said the study, commissioned by Industry Canada and the CRTC.Prices for smartphone plans that include data fell about 5% compared with 2012, said the study, done by Wall Communications Inc.“We’re not the worst, we’re not the best,” Gerry Wall, president of Wall Communications, said Thursday.“Overall, I would say we’re right in the middle.”Prices were also tracked in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Australia and Japan.For a plan including 450 incoming and outgoing minutes, voice mail and call display and 300 text messages per month, the cost was $44.86 in Canada. A similar plan in the U.S. cost $76.14 and $38.85 in Britain after adjusting for currency and the relative purchasing power of the Canadian dollar.A plan including 1,200 incoming and outgoing minutes, 300 text messages and one gigabyte of data usage per month was $93.59 in Canada, $145.79 in the U.S. and $63.52 in Britain after currency adjustments.The study Thursday also found that the new wireless players like Wind Mobile, Mobilicity and Public Mobile have helped bring down prices since they launched in the marketplace in recent years.“Further, the monthly data allowances offered by the new wireless entrants, on average, exceed those of the incumbents,” the study said, referring to large telecom companies such as Rogers, Bell and Telus.Prices for cellphone services are a hot button issue for Canadians.“It becomes an emotional thing,” Wall said. “Any time you start spending a lot of money on anything in the household, it catches your attention and it kind of bugs you.”The CRTC recently announced plans for a new wireless code earlier this year to that will allow consumers to cancel their wireless contracts after two years without penalty.The code also sets provisions to limit extra data and international data roaming charges to avoid huge, surprise bills.The study Thursday also looked at prices for such services as Internet, landline telephones and bundled telecom services.Compared with 2012, overall Canada had more price increases and didn’t fare as well internationally, Wall said.But rates for typical broadband Internet service went down about 6% in 2013, but not rates for higher speeds.Prices for monthly higher-speed broadband Internet services were higher in Canada than those in all of the surveyed countries at $65.18 and $82.88 — with the exception of the United States with prices at $99.10 and $123.27 after adjusting for currency and the relative purchasing power of the Canadian dollar, the study said.Wall said prices for local and long-distance calls were up modestly and, again, Canada falls in the middle of the pack on pricing.Average Canadian prices for bundled telecom services, which can include landline, Internet, TV, and wireless, were up about five period this year.“There’s a fair amount of price competition amongst providers. In terms of the prices that we’ve seen, it’s very middle of the pack internationally for us,” Wall said.The study surveyed telecom providers including Rogers, Telus, Bell, Videotron, Eastlink, SaskTel, Wind Mobile, Mobilicity, Shaw and Primus. It has been done annually since 2008.
“Rising unemployment takes a heavy toll among young people who are particularly vulnerable to shocks in the labour market,” Mr. Annan said in a message celebrating the fourth such Day. “Lay-offs, restructuring and insufficient opportunities to enter the world of work condemn many to a life of economic hardship and despair.”Noting that in the next 10 years, more than 1 billion young people will enter the working age population, he added: “We must develop strategies that give young people everywhere a real chance to find decent and productive work that will allow them to become independent and responsible global citizens. This involves promoting employability, equal opportunities, entrepreneurship and employment creation for youth all over the world.” Mr. Annan stressed that the Youth Employment Network he had formed as part of the global partnership for development, one of the goals set by the UN Millennium Summit of 2000, aimed to mobilize financial resources for youth employment, build bridges between school and work, and invite youth organizations to play an active role in the design and implementation of national action plans. “Young people should never be seen as a burden on any society, but as its most precious asset,” he declared. As one of the (network) Panel members rightly stressed, unemployment is the problem; youth is the solution.”
by Christopher S. Rugaber, The Associated Press Posted Nov 1, 2013 8:28 am MDT Survey: US manufacturing expanded in October at fastest pace in 2 1/2 years despite shutdown AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WASHINGTON – U.S. factory activity expanded in October at the fastest pace in 2 1/2 years, suggesting that the 16-day partial shutdown of the government had little effect on manufacturers.Instead, overseas demand and healthy U.S. auto sales appear to be supporting factory output. The housing recovery is also lifting the furniture and wood products industry despite a recent slowing in home sales.“We’ve become accustomed to the way Washington operates in the past couple of years and assume that it will get resolved eventually, however painfully,” said Bradley Holcomb, head of the survey committee of the Institute for Supply Management, a trade group of purchasing managers that on Friday reported a solid manufacturing figure for October.The ISM’s manufacturing index rose to 56.4 from 56.2 in September. A reading above 50 indicates growth.Factories also expanded in Europe this month, though at a slightly slower pace, according to surveys in that region. Manufacturing indexes have all picked up in China, Japan, and South Korea.The overseas strength is boosting demand for U.S. factories. A measure of export orders jumped to its highest level in nearly a year and a half in October, the ISM report said.“The outlook for manufacturing looks far more constructive now than it did over the past several months, in light of the improving global backdrop,” said Michael Dolega, an economist at TD Economics.U.S. factory activity has now risen at an increasingly fast pace for five straight months, according to the ISM’s index. In October, a measure of new orders rose slightly. And a gauge of production fell but remained at a high level. Factories added jobs, though more slowly than in September.The shutdown did depress activity at some companies that make metal products and electrical equipment. And while the survey’s findings suggest stronger output in coming months, the most recent measures of factory production remain tepid.“The strength of this hasn’t yet been reflected in actual manufacturing output,” said Amna Asaf, an economist at Capital Economics.On Monday, the Federal Reserve said factories barely increased their output in September. Automakers produced more. But that gain was offset by declines at companies that make computers, furniture and appliances.Companies reduced demand in September industrial machinery, electrical equipment and other core capital goods that signal investment, the government said last week. And August’s figures those orders were revised down.Economists pay particular attention to core capital goods, which exclude aircraft and defence-related goods, because they reflect business confidence.Analysts were also encouraged by a survey of companies in the Chicago region, released Thursday. It found that the companies expanded at their fastest pace in more than two years in October. New orders jumped, and hiring also rose.Still, economists don’t expect manufacturing to boost economic growth in the coming months. Growth likely fell to a weak annual rate between 1.5 per cent and 2 per cent in the July-September quarter from a 2.5 per cent pace in the April-June period.Most economists expect similarly slow growth in the final three months of the year.____Follow Chris Rugaber at http://Twitter.com/ChrisRugaber
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Blake Bortles isn’t quite ready to focus on his future with the franchise.For now, the Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback is trying to be supportive teammate.Bortles will start a regular-season game on the bench for the first time since Sept. 14, 2014, serving as Cody Kessler’s backup against Indianapolis (6-5) on Sunday.“I put myself in this position and didn’t play good enough,” Bortles said Wednesday, two days after getting demoted. “Didn’t win football games, couldn’t find a way to get it done. And when that happens, it’s a business and everybody understands that. I don’t think there’s anything personal involved. As a quarterback, I think you have one job and that’s to win a football game, and if you don’t do that, your time’s probably limited.”Bortles sounded like someone who knows his time with Jacksonville is nearing the end.Bortles signed a three-year, $54 million contract in February and will count $21 million against the salary cap in 2019. If the Jags cut him before June 1, they would still take a $16.5 million hit against the cap.The fifth-year pro and third overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft seemed resigned to — at the very least — having to compete for the starting job next year.“Yeah, I have no problem with competition or anything,” he said. “I’m not in charge of the decisions that are made. I obviously put myself in this position and forced their decision to be made, but at the end of the day, they’re in charge of making those personnel decisions. And if it’s a competition or if it’s, ‘See you later; you’re out of here,’ whatever it is, I love playing football and would love the opportunity to play again.”Coach Doug Marrone benched Bortles and fired offensive co-ordinator Nathaniel Hackett on the same day. He promoted Kessler and will have quarterbacks coach Scott Milanovich call plays.“It’s always going to be a difference,” Marrone said. “Obviously, we have the same system. We aren’t going to be changing the terminology in a week. Cody played in this system and now he gets a full week of (practicing). I think that Scott knows what Cody can do obviously; he was his position coach. We’ll see when we get out there and see things during the week of what we’re going to be able to use.”Kessler hasn’t taken many first-team reps since training camp, so he needs to develop some chemistry with his offensive linemen and receiving corps.He also won’t have running back Leonard Fournette (suspension) or three starting offensive linemen: left tackle Cam Robinson, left guard Andrew Norwell and centre Brandon Linder. All three are on injured reserve.“There is a reason that every single player is here,” Kessler said. “You obviously want to have every guy out there that you can, but when you can’t, it is the same thing. Next man up, and we have guys that are going to be ready. And whoever is out there, everyone is competing and everyone is given an opportunity. I am excited. Everyone is here for a reason, and we are going to be ready to go.”Bortles took the benching in stride, saying and doing all the right things in his reduced role. He said he learned from longtime Jaguars backup Chad Henne how to handle getting benched and being a career backup.“One thing I’ve always said that I thought was one of the most incredible things I’ve ever seen is how Chad handled going from being the starter to the backup and how he was able to maturely handle that and be there for me and do whatever I needed or help me out in any way,” Bortles said. “Anytime I’ve ever been in that situation, that’s all I’ll try and do is kind of what he did and what I witnessed him do.“It’s be a professional and handle it the way you should. It’s a job, and our job is to be here and try to win football games, and as a backup quarterback or any quarterback that’s not the starter you job is to help the starter and help the rest of the offence score points and win.”___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLMark Long, The Associated Press
Ohio State has had some great coaches over the years; Jim Tressel and Thad Matta come immediately to mind. They might not be at the top, however. Vladimir Nazlymov might be the best OSU has to offer.Ten years ago, fencing at OSU was a joke, to put it bluntly. Now the program is a perennial national championship contender. OSU can thank one of its football legends, Archie Griffin, for that.In 1999, the two-time Heisman trophy winner was the assistant athletic director at OSU and was the one who hired the world-renowned fencer and coach, Nazlymov.Nazlymov’s name carries a lot of weight in the fencing world. As a fencer with the Soviet Union, he won six Olympic medals. Nazlymov also served as the USSR National Team coach.Nazlymov said Griffin wanted to know how long it would take to turn the program around. The program was not a top ten program at the time, which Griffin said was unacceptable. Griffin wanted a top three program, Nazlymov said.With his strong Russian accent, Nazlymov answered Griffin candidly, saying, “We can build program in three years.”Nazlymov did indeed turn the program around and in his fifth year he reached the pinnacle. Nazlymov and the fencing team won the NCAA Collegiate Fencing National Championship. OSU again won the National Championship in the 2007-08 season.How Nazlymov has morphed OSU’s fencing program into a powerhouse is bewildering. Since 2002, OSU hasn’t finished lower than fifth in the nation.Along with training national title holders and NCAA champions, Nazlymov has also sent many to the Olympics.This year has been no different than past years. According the United States Fencing Coaches Association, OSU’s women’s team is ranked No. 6 in the country while the men are ranked No. 3.Nazlymov’s diverse roster features fencers from all over the country and the world. The teams have athletes from Israel, Germany and Russia, just for starters.How these fencers come to OSU is obvious to Nazlymov: OSU’s reputation brings them in, he said. Tressel and Matta have to make phone calls daily to get players to come to OSU. For Nazlymov, recruiting isn’t nearly as taxing. “Junior or seniors in high school send us letter, they will be happy to fence at Ohio State,” Nazlymov said.The reputation of OSU’s program has allowed Nazlymov to not have to recruit. The athletes come to him.Nazlymov also credits Steelwood Athletic Training Facility, which is where the team practices.“I haven’t seen any [other] facilities around here, but compared to club facilities this one is extraordinary,” said Max Stearns, a sophomore from Canada.Nazlymov said those who come to OSU know the reputation the fencing program has, and also the reputation of all sports at OSU. Unlike other sports, in which one recruit might receive better treatment than others, this couldn’t be further from the truth for Nazlymov.Nazlymov said that every person who comes in gets the same treatment as the next person. In some sports, teams will make cuts, but Nazlymov doesn’t have to do that. Nazlymov lets his program cut the players. He said the fencers will find out if they are cut out for fencing at OSU or not. As big of a powerhouse the fencing program is, for Nazlymov, fencing isn’t the biggest priority.“We explain, this is school,” Nazlymov said. “You chose your academics because it is your life.” A pride and joy of his, to go with his national titles, is the team’s grade point average. The men have a GPA of 3.1 and the women have a 3.15.Nazlymov puts school first for two reasons: better work ethic in school translates into better work ethic in fencing, and fencing is not like football or basketball in which athletes can go professional after college.Scholarships help keep the program competitive as well. “We recruit and then we see result,” Nazlymov said, implying that when someone produces, they become more competitive for a scholarship. The next year, if others are doing better they will lose their scholarship.The team has a total of 43 men and women on the roster and the maximum number of scholarships given out is 12. Nazlymov is big on academics, but he doesn’t allow his team’s fencing skills to wane. For him, second place isn’t an option.Nazlymov understands fencing might not be as popular as other sports, but he expects to carry the OSU colors proudly. OSU’s fencers are no less Buckeyes than the football or basketball team to him. Walk into their practice facility and there is a giant picture of Ohio Stadium with two fencers on the field.On the other wall is a picture of Green Bay Packer legend Vince Lombardi who once said, “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the only thing.” Lombardi said this statement, but Nazlymov echoes it.The one area where Nazlymov doesn’t talk much is how much his coaching plays a role. “You look at the athletes from when they came in to when they leave, they always improve,” Stearns said.With his accent and soft-spoken voice, Nazlymov is hard to hear. But when he speaks, his athletes listen. The success of the OSU fencing program isn’t perceived by most Buckeyes, but around the country and world it is known. Nazlymov has taken the program and put it on the map.
Redshirt-sophomore defensive lineman Tyquan Lewis (59) performs a drill during a March 26 practice at the Woody Hayes Athletic Center. Credit: Mark Batke / Photo editorUrban Meyer’s call might have been answered this spring after the Ohio State coach spent most of the 2014 season preaching the need for depth at defensive line.Despite losing starters Michael Bennett and Steve Miller to graduation, OSU defensive line coach Larry Johnson said redshirt-sophomore Tyquan Lewis, sophomore Jalyn Holmes and redshirt-freshman Sam Hubbard have stood out through the first 10 practices this spring.“Tyquan is having a great spring, really great spring,” Johnson said Thursday. “Jalyn is starting to be the player we think he can be. Sam’s kinda out of nowhere, but really got a chance to be really dynamic also.”Lewis and Holmes combined for a total of 20 tackles last season, with Hubbard sitting out as a redshirt. Holmes totaled 11 tackles, one for loss, and Lewis added nine tackles with half a sack.Of the three, Johnson said Lewis has made the biggest strides since OSU’s victory in the College Football Playoff National Championship in January.“It’s clicked in his mind, the kind of player he has to be,” Johnson said. “He’s playing much faster than he played last year. And I think he understands the defensive concept much more than he did last year. But he’s had a really outstanding spring.”While Lewis played in 13 of the Buckeyes’ 15 games last season, he never cracked the regular rotation. Now with the goal of defending its national title, OSU is looking to replace the production of Bennett and Miller, who combined for 75 total tackles and eight sacks as seniors.The Buckeyes’ most productive defensive lineman, junior Joey Bosa, is set to return after totaling 55 tackles, 21 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks on his way to being named a unanimous All-American. Bosa acknowledged that there wasn’t much depth on the line last year, but added the confidence he has in his backups has changed this spring.“Last year, we didn’t feel too comfortable with putting some backups in,” Bosa said Thursday. “But this year is a completely different feeling, we have a bunch of guys ready to go.”Like his coach, Bosa said Lewis has been the standout player of the bunch. He said Lewis has earned the starting spot opposite himself at defensive end, and added that he’s done “an unbelievable job” in practice.“He’s out there killing it, going hard every day,” Bosa said. “We’re all so happily surprised to see him do that, and I’m excited to have another end doing that.”Bosa said Lewis has speed and physicality, calling him a “freak” on the field.But while one player has stood out, Bosa added that Holmes and Hubbard have come out strong as well.“Jalyn Holmes and Sam Hubbard, my little protégés,” Bosa said. “They’re doing great, too. They’re out there working, Sam’s gotten so unbelievably better.”Overall, Johnson said he likes where OSU’s defensive line is going as spring practice winds down.The Buckeyes are scheduled to take the field for their annual Spring Game on April 18 before taking on Virginia Tech on Sept. 7 in Blacksburg, Va., to open the regular season.
Hadopi : un 2e avertissement doit être envoyé aux internautes “pirates”Les deuxièmes recommandations aux internautes qui continuent de télécharger illégalement de la musique ou des films malgré un premier avertissement par courrier, vont bientôt être envoyées par l’Hadopi.”La deuxième (recommandation, ndlr) c’est le début de la phase pénale”, a indiqué la présidente de la Haute autorité pour la protection des droits, Mireille Imbert-Quaretta, lors d’une conférence de presse. Ce nouvel avertissement, qui concerne ceux qui ont continué de télécharger des fichiers illégaux sur Internet malgré le premier e-mail de l’Hadopi, sera adressé à la fois par courriel et par courrier postal.Si l’internaute continue d’enfreindre la loi dans les six mois qui suivent la réception de ce courrier, il recevra ensuite une lettre recommandée. A la troisième infraction il risque une amende et une suspension de son abonnement. Cela peut aller jusqu’à un mois. Et il ne sera alors pas possible d’en souscrire un autre, pour “négligence caractérisée”, indique l’AFP.Les premières recommandations ont été adressées par l’Hadopi le 1er octobre. La Haute autorité avait pour objectif d’envoyer 2.000 avertissements par jour. Selon Mireille Imbert-Quaretta, cet objectif a été atteint avec l’envoi de 10.000 recommandations par semaine depuis le début du mois de décembre.Au total, fin décembre 2010, l’Hadopi aurait envoyé 70.000 recommandations aux internautes. Les ayant-droits, eux, envoient chaque jour 70.000 saisines à la commission.Le 12 janvier 2011 à 17:46 • Emmanuel Perrin
BOYNTON BEACH, Fla (WSVN) — Police are looking for a man who, they said, threatened a Walgreens employee with a knife during a robbery in Boynton Beach, Sept. 9.Police said the man has been in involved in several other robberies in Palm Beach and Broward.The man, wearing a black long sleeved shirt and hat, pulled a knife on a Walgreens employee after demanding a pack of cigarettes and money from the cash register.If you have any information on this robbery, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS or Palm Beach Crime Stoppers at 1-800-458-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Kolkata Knight Riders did not have an entirely memorable campaign this year as the side failed to find any momentum despite having moments of brilliance. Now, when they start their campaign next year, they will have new management and thinktank to strategise affairs as head coach Jacques Kallis and assistant coach Simon Katich have both parted ways with the franchise.Kallis was appointed Knight Riders’ head coach in October 2015, when he took over from Trevor Bayliss, the current England coach. KKR have been successful under his tutelage ever since as they made the playoffs for three years on the bounce, but then their campaign did not gather steam in 2019. Under both Kallis and Katich, KKR had a win percentage of just over 50 as they had won 32 of their 61 games.Katich will head across to England to coach The Hundred File photo of KKR captain Dinesh Karthik and head coach Jacques Kallis.IANSAustralian Simon Katich has also coached franchise’s Caribbean Premier League team, the Trinbago Knight Riders. Under him, the TKR won consecutive titles in 2017 and 2018. However, his contract ends and he will head across to England where he will coach the Manchester Originals team in the inaugural season of newly-conceived The Hundred.According to the Kolkata Knight Rider’s camp, Kallis will remain part of the franchise as they are exploring ways to keep him under the umbrella, perhaps in a different role.”Jacques Kallis has been an integral part of the KKR family and will always remain so,” Mysore said, while announcing the changes. “We will be exploring ways of working with Jacques as we pursue our vision of establishing the Knight Riders brand as a global brand.”The South African released a statement announcing his decision. KKRIANS”After nine fantastic years with KKR since 2011, as a player, mentor and Head Coach, it’s time to explore new opportunities,” he said. “I would like to thank the owners, management and fellow players for many happy memories.”As things stand right now, no replacements have been named by the franchise.”Not our best season, there are a lot of areas for us to improve on, and I’m sure we will come back stronger next year,” captain Dinesh Karthik said in the post-match presentation after the final match.Ahead of the next season, KKR will need to plug in a few gaping holes. They need a solid middle-order as well as a formidable pace bowling setup. They might get back the services of Shivam Mavi and hopefully Kamlesh Nagarkoti, but the franchise might also look out for a solid overseas fast-bowling prospect.
Stay on target Buy This Comic: DEATH ORB #1Buy This Comic: MAN-EATERS #1 “When King Mancastle and his mightly vassals ride off on crusade, the women left behind are not at all put out – that’s a lot less armor polishing for them to do. Of course, when the men get themselves eaten by a dragon and leave a curse that attracts monsters to the castle… Well, the women take umbrage with that. Now the blacksmith’s wife, Merinor, is King, Princess Aeve is the Captain, and the only remaining (and least capable) knight, Sir Riddick, is tasked with teaching the ladies of the castle how to fight, defend, build, and do all manner of noisy things the men had been doing while the women assumed they were just drunk.”If you’re looking for an all-lady fantasy adventure that will knock your socks off. Ladycastle will make your heart swoon with its tale of epic characters and filled with heart.LADYCASTLE(W): Delilah S. Dawson (I): Ashley A. Woods (CP1) & Becca Farrow (CP2-4) (C): Rebecca Nalty (C2-4) (L): Jim CampbellLadycastle, written by Delilah S. Dawson with art by Ashley A. Woods & Becca Farrow, colors by Rebecca Nalty and letters by Jim Campbell, is one of the hidden gems from BOOM! Studios earlier in the year that people couldn’t get enough of. We’ve covered this comic earlier in the year, but it’s just so good it deserves a little dedication to talk about the full trade coming out today.via BOOM! StudiosDelilah S. Dawson writes a story like no other. She highlights the tales of three very different type of women having to rise to their true potential to protect a kingdom. Dawson writes one of the most refreshing and most significant coming-of-age stories within Ladycastle. The outstanding thing about Dawson’s writing is the way you relate to these different characters. Each plays to various parts of the kingdoms well-being, but also carry the strength to help each other out when needed. Dawson brings personalities that sometimes clash within themselves and others, but still connect to the reader in their strengths and faults.Aeve, Merinor, and Gwyneff go through their individual characters developments which anchors them to become mightier as the story goes on. Aeve, a princess who has been locked away in a tower by her father’s rules, now plays on her own. Merinor, a blacksmith, is strong on the outside, but she has to find that strength to rule a kingdom with a little imposter syndrome running through her veins. Gwyneff, Aeve’s sister, has to learn to put the past behind her and lean into the future, stepping out of her father and sisters shadow.It’s not only refreshing to see these characters go through such personal and triumphant changes, but also great to see them work together to make the kingdom better. I’m a sucker for any story that has a grounded and built upon female friendship. Stories about ladies helping ladies physically, psychologically, emotionally, etc. are some of the best stories out there. Though Ladycastle sets itself in a fantasy world, the female bond is so strong within, leading the story into the brilliance that it is.via BOOM! StudiosAshley A. Woods (CP1) & Becca Farrow (CP2-4) take on the art, and it’s downright lovely. Woods opens up this world for us in the first chapter. Right off the bat, you’re in awe of her skill. You can tell she plays off of Dawson’s script in a fun whimsical way, but still being true to the nature of the sadness within. I became in awe of the smallest of details within Wood’s art. I can’t imagine it’s always easy to draw fantasy. Woods establishes character designs, colors and setting for Ladycastle are dreamlike and ethereal.Becca Farrow takes over chapters 2 through 4, and she continues Wood’s character design but in her way. While Wood’s art was more in the realm of dreamlike fantasy, Farrow’s art takes on a more realistic approach. Farrow’s attention to detail as well is outstanding, genuinely capturing and changing up facial expressions to make each character to make them stand out. I felt like every panel served me with a new look, but the story remains the same.via BOOM! StudiosRebecca Nalty as the colorist for Farrow’s chapters captures that realistic type of tone as well. While Woods uses colors of pastels and darks that make you feel like you’re floating on a cloud. Nalty flattens those uses of her colors within chapter’s 2-4 to bring us back down to earth. With the transition as well, it doesn’t hinder the story. It makes you feel like you’re reading the pilot then diving the series for a full course meal.Ever wondered what Game of Thrones would be like if the ladies took over? Ladycastle is probably the closest thing you’ll get to it. Ladycastle is filled with humor, songs and a whole lot of heart from women who are mighter than the sword. Ladycastle is available now on Comixology and in print.10/11/17 Releases – In addition to Ladycastle, here’s a list of other new titles that came out this week that you should be reading.Spectacle #1 by Megan Rose Gedris (C, W, A, CA) Oni PressThe Woods #36 by James Tynion IV (W), Michael Dialynas (A), Ed Dukeshire (L) BOOM! StudiosMister Miracle #2 by Tom King (W), Mitch Gerads (A), Nick Derington (CA) DC ComicsLuther Strode: The Complete Series TP by Justin Jordan (W), Tradd Moore (A), Felipe Sobreiro (C), Fonografiks (L) Image ComicsLazaretto #2 by Clay McLeod Chapman (W), Jey Levang (I), Aditya Bidikar (L), Ignacio Valicenti (CA) BOOM! StudiosLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.
Case Study | November 18, 2010 Advancing Healthcare Alamance Regional Medical Center and Siemens Dr. Geoffrey Browne, Alamance Regional Medical Center Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:33Loaded: 2.15%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:33 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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A project to address this growth was started.“The biggest challenge of this project was how to improve on a system that worked already very well since 2006,” explained Chris DeAngelo, Director of Imaging Technology. “We needed more efficiency to increase our reading volumes with the same staffing. We also needed real-time measuring instruments to alert us on any events that could create productivity loss, even before that loss was occurring.” ARMC decided to implement the new Siemens syngo Portals after a thorough analysis of the required functionality. ARMC needed two types of Portals: one to improve the productivity of the radiologists and technologists, and one to monitor and proactively manage department metrics and operations. With Portal Radiologist, relevant patient information and previous reports are presented on the radiologist’s reading workstation. Dr. Hector Cooper and Dr. Geoffrey Browne agree that the Portals allow them to increase efficiency and quality. Dr. Cooper says, “With this system I can also access our remote clinic facility just like I access the cases in the main campus, even from home.”Dr. Browne states, “We increased our outreach to other hospitals and improved our service level to referring physicians. We increased our ER volume. I can go home and function as I was in the hospital. The Portal enables more productivity since all information is available at your fingertips.” Both Drs. Browne and Cooper confirm: virtual presence through the Internet is a major productivity factor.“We are using web access throughout the Enterprise. Physicians in the various hospital departments and in outside locations have tablet PC’s with thin client software to view patient images and reports. In physicians’ offices, the nurse creates a worklist and pulls all the images for the day. When the physician meets the patient, the images are already available and neatly organized on the display,” says Chris DeAngelo. This is also very valuable for the Oncology conferences, enabling all the specialties involved to discuss the patient’s condition, progress, and future treatment.Top class management requires operational transparency. That’s where syngo Portal Executive, a business intelligence solution, comes in. The role-based syngo Portal Executive enables objective measurement of productivity and quality parameters. Tracking trends, this solution supports executive decision-making, leading to higher patient and referring physician satisfaction through better strategic and business planning.Preston Hammock, VP of Operations, is involved in strategic planning, business development, forecasting, budgeting, and licensing. He is a facilitator of discussions and encourager of accountability. “My role is to take decisions and translate them to the stakeholders. syngo Portal Executive offers Chris DeAngelo and I complete transparency on the key performance indicators,” he says.“Both Siemens and ARMC teams work in synergy,” says Dr. Browne. “I consider this cooperative model instrumental in achieving success and excellence.”For more information: www.usa.siemens.com/healthcare FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 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. 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 | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more Related Content Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 08, 2019 Half of Hospital Decision Makers Plan to Invest in AI by 2021 August 8, 2019 — A recent study conducted by Olive AI explores how hospital leaders are responding to the imperative read more News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more 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
learn more about stuba.com here Source = STUBA Room to Grow in the Travel WorkplaceWant more from your “Travel Advisors”? Loosen the yolk; give them room to growThe last few months of life have been challenging, apart from seeing roomsXML merge into a bigger more powerful beast we now call STUBA.Last week was the first time the whole new management team got together as one. Well nearly. For anyone coming to India, you need four blank pages in your passport…Whilst change is the norm, most people find it very hard. Mergers are fascinating from a change perspective. When you get to the “workers” many let down that the boss did not include them in the conversations from day one. You can’t; mergers regularly don’t go ahead on the last week before signatures are meant to hit paper.Then when it starts, it’s full on. Workloads double, structures break, unknown unknowns surface and go boom. Sadly, and with great regrets, some staff are put in positions where the volume of hours, the intensity or the dynamic nature of the evolving workplace is too much to handle.But it’s the most unlikely candidates who see an opportunity. They’ve done what was needed, but kept an eye on what’s going around them and see something nobody else has.What these people saw was room in which they could grow into. They identified a pathway, they assessed their capabilities, inflated their courage and took a leap of faith to say “I want to do more”. It’s in these positions that management go “awesome, you are who we want”The reflections come thick and fast in these periods as the raw material to consider and digest over a few weeks is more than you get in a “normal” 12 months.What its shown me is the opportunity to promote and grow from within. If you have the right people, and you can create space for them to grow into, have faith that their successes will significantly outweigh the mistakes, you can kickstart theirs and the company’s growth .Watching Pune, India, come to life on my 1.9 km walk to the office each morning has given me much chance to develop a greater appreciation of life as well as the people that I am to share it with day in day out.In one of the greatest industries in the world – travel.www.stuba.com
You might also be interested in December 19 , 2018 Bananas in Charts: U.S. market supplies hit five-y … One Banana targets U.K. retail expansion with ethi … China imports record banana volume … Ecuador’s banana exports to EU fall in Q1 … The French gilets jaunes (yellow vests) protests that have been taking place over the last few weeks have resulted in losses of thousands of tons of bananas, according to an industry organization.Nationwide protests over the last five weeks over economic injustice have caused widespread disruption, with many businesses closed and roads blocked.”A loss is estimated of about 4,000 tons of bananas (or 30 million pieces of fruit) between Nov. 17 and Dec. 6,” the French Union of Banana Ripeners (UFMB) was quoted as saying by Les Marchés.The UFMB covers 38 ripening sites around the country.
Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs (14) catches a 15-yard touchdown pass over Chicago Bears cornerback Marcus Cooper (31) during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 31, 2017, in Minneapolis. (AP Photo/Bruce Kluckhohn) The Chicago Bears are expected to re-sign former Arizona Cardinals cornerback Marcus Cooper, according to ESPN’s Adam Caplan.Cooper met with the Cardinals on Friday, according to 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s John Gambadoro.After becoming a Pro Bowl alternate in 2016 with the Cardinals, Cooper signed a three-year, $16 million deal with the Bears in March of 2017. The deal had $8 million guaranteed. 3 Comments Share The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Cooper had a down year in the first season of his deal, making only four starts, and was released by Chicago on March 14.Related LinksFormer Cardinals CB Marcus Cooper to meet with ArizonaCardinals ink free agent cornerback Bene BenwikereReport: Cardinals to lose starting CB Tramon Williams to PackersCornerback Tramon Williams, who started nine games on the opposite side of Patrick Peterson last season, reportedly signed a two-year deal with the Green Bay Packers Thursday.The Cardinals signed cornerback Bene Benwikere Friday. Benwikere was primarily a special teams player for the Dallas Cowboys last season. He started 14 games in over three seasons with the Carolina Panthers. The signing of Benwikere, though, was said to of not changed the Cardinals’ interest in Cooper, per 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Mike Jurecki.Arizona reportedly was meeting Thursday with free agent corner Robert McClain, a 29-year-old who spent last season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling
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