About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Dries Mertens surpasses Diego Maradona Napoli goals tallyby Carlos Volcanoa day agoSend to a friendShare the loveWith his brace against RB Salzburg, Dries Mertens has surpassed Diego Maradona’s tally of 115 goals in a Napoli jersey.The double now has Mertens closing on Marek Hamsik’s record of 121.The 32-year-old Belgian struck twice in the 3-2 Champions League victory away to RB Salzburg.He had been one goal behind Maradona’s total of 115, but in one night matched and surpassed it to reach 116.115 – Dries Mertens has scored 115 goals with Napoli (all competitions), as many as Diego Armando Maradona. Legend. #SALNAPpic.twitter.com/hNCQYPngrB— OptaPaolo (@OptaPaolo) October 23, 2019 read more
Serviced lots mainly for hotel workers, young professionals and first time home owners Work is already underway is expected to be completed within nine months Ground was broken for the construction of 590 housing solutions in the Whitehall Phase 3 Housing Development in Negril, Westmoreland, at a cost of some $390 million.The project will see the construction of 173 studio units and 417 serviced lots mainly for hotel workers, young professionals and first time home owners. Work is already underway is expected to be completed within nine months.Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing, Hon. Dr. Morais Guy, who on July 18 broke ground for the project, said that the development represented government’s objective and commitment of providing “decent and affordable housing for its citizens.”“The Prime Minister has emphasized on numerous occasions the need to provide housing for our hotel workers, who sometimes have to travel from far distances to get to and from work on a daily or weekly basis … Today brings with it an importance, that at the end of the nine month construction period, many hotel workers … who have been turning the room keys of Sandals, the Palmyra, the Grand Palladium, the Riu among others … will be turning the keys to their own homes,” Dr. Guy observed.The Minister further observed that the development will bring an added commercial buzz to the busy Negril area, including more employment opportunities for residents of the parish.“This project does not merely represent the implementation of a contract with the Share Con Limited, it also represents a partnership with the people. It represents employment opportunities for the workers who will be engaged in the building sector. It represents fathers and mothers getting a wage at the end of the work period and it represents families’ economic expectations being realized,” Dr. Guy said.The Minister congratulated the beneficiaries and encouraged them to protect and preserve the assets that they have successfully acquired.The proposed scope of work for the development will include paved roadways, a potable water supply system, drainage, sewage collection and electricity for individual lots. It is proposed that 28 Rural Agricultural Development Authority (RADA) lot owners be assisted in obtaining titles for their properties.Meanwhile, Minister of Tourism and entertainment and Member of Parliament for Western Westmoreland, Hon. Dr. Wykeham McNeill, noted during the ceremony that government has demonstrated its commitment to the development of a “fully organized community.”“This is yet another example of the commitment of this government to the long-term development of citizens of Jamaica. And this commitment doesn’t just occur in the capital city and its environs, but right across the country. Whitehall Phase 3 provides yet another opportunity for first-time home owners, young professionals and even returning residents to settle and build their lives in this beautiful parish,” Dr. McNeill said. Story Highlights read more
Department of Justice officials are investigating an early morning disturbance today, Aug. 4, at the Cape Breton Correctional Facility in Sydney. The incident began at about 12:30 a.m. and ended at about 3 a.m. The incident started after three offenders in a 13-bed dormitory began damaging property. The three offenders fashioned make-shift weapons and barricaded the doors leading into the dorm. Staff responded and brought the situation under control using conducted energy weapons on two of the three offenders. Emergency Health Services were on site and there are no reports of injuries to staff or offenders. No one was taken to hospital. Cape Breton Regional Police Services were on the scene as a precaution, however their services were not required. read more
HALIFAX — Canadians will mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day in ceremonies across the country today — with the aged veterans who are the last living link to the largest seaborne invasion in history as the venerated guests of honour.On June 6, 1944, an Allied force of 150,000 troops stormed France’s Normandy coast in a momentous turning point in the Second World War.As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other world leaders gather in Normandy, Canadians across the country will turn out for wreath laying ceremonies, lectures and displays, with the main ceremony at Willow Park Armoury in Halifax. The location was switched from the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site due to weather concerns.One of the earliest events will take place in Toronto, where Mayor John Tory and city councillors will attend a public ceremony beginning at 7:30 a.m. at the Old City Hall Cenotaph.Capt. Martin Maxwell of the Glider Pilot Regiment, British 6th Airborne Division, is to share his story in Toronto about being among the first to land in Normandy the night before the invasion.The Halifax commemoration ceremony will feature an act of remembrance and two minutes of silence.Several veterans are expected to be introduced, with scheduled remarks by historian Don Julien, who will speak about Mi’kmaq soldiers, and Richard Tilley, who will speak about his father Harold Tilley, who is featured on the Veterans Affairs Canada D-Day poster.Veterans expected to take part in the Halifax ceremony include Havelyn Chiasson, 98, who landed with the first wave of troops on Juno Beach as a 23-year-old with the North Shore New Brunswick Regiment.About 14,000 Canadians were involved in the D-Day assault, code-named Operation Overlord. Canada also contributed some 110 ships and 15 fighter and bomber squadrons. On D-Day, 359 Canadians died and another 715 were wounded or captured.The ferocious fighting in Normandy would continue for another two months at a cost of more than 5,000 Canadian lives.Canadian War Museum historian Tim Cook said the recognition of the 75th anniversary is especially significant because the number of surviving veterans is steadily dwindling, with most in their mid-90s or older.“We’re on the razor’s edge, I think of lived memory passing into history,” said Cook. “And that will change how we think about this war when we’ve lost our last eyewitnesses to it.”He said estimates place the number of veterans who are still alive at about 30,000, from the 1.1 million who served.“They were ordinary men and women who were pressed into service in extraordinary times and that is perhaps how we should see them as we move toward this period where we will soon lose them all,” Cook said.Among the official ceremonies planned elsewhere Thursday include a wreath laying at the National War Memorial in Ottawa, and wreath layings in Lethbridge and Nordegg, Alta., and in Yellowknife.In Joggins, N.S., a cenotaph re-dedication will honour 13 young men from the community whose names will be added to the memorial, and a candlelight ceremony will be held at dusk in Gore Park in Hamilton, Ont.Commemorative D-Day ceremonies are also planned for Saturday in Winnipeg and Calgary.The Canadian Press read more
CNN has partnered with UNICEF to put the international spotlight on the global crisis of stunting, or low height for age in children. About 165 million children under the age of five suffer from stunting, with more than 90% of them living in Africa and Asia.Stunting is a hidden tragedy—the outcome of chronic nutritional deficiency during the first 1,000 days of a child’s life. The damage it causes to a child’s development is irreversible. That child will never learn, nor earn, as much as she or he could have, if properly nourished in early life.Tackling UndernutritionTackling the problem of undernutrition, which leads to stunting, is achievable and cost effective. Leading development experts have ranked providing young children with micronutrients as the most cost-effective way to advance global welfare.UNICEF is a leader in a global effort to deliver a life-saving package of interventions to the world’s poorest communities during the critical 1,000-day period. These interventions include: promoting breastfeeding and good infant and child feeding practices; micronutrient supplementation and fortification; treatment of severe acute malnutrition; and community support for nutrition programming.Children worldwide have the same capacity to reach their height potential if they receive adequate nutrition, their caregivers follow recommended feeding, care and health practices, and they grow up in healthy environments. By raising awareness of this problem, CNN is helping to make this happen.CNN has worked with UNICEF to tell the story of stunting, starting with CNN.com, where essays by world-class footballer and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador David Beckham and internationally acclaimed actress and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow have been highlighted. CNN’s Mallika Kapur has reported on an Indian state’s battle to build up its babies.CNN has also visited three countries in which stunting is a problem and is airing the pieces on CNN International, bringing the problem to life by showing mothers and children who are suffering from undernutrition.In Afghanistan, the story is told in the context of a country ravaged by many years of war.In Kenya, undernutrition has had profound effects on child development. Grammy Award winner and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Angelique Kidjo has visited Samburu, in northern Kenya, and expressed her concerns about the problem.CNN has also traveled to India to report on the stunting epidemic in that country.Christiane Amanpour is drawing attention to the issue on her CNN show by interviewing Ms. Kidjo and UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake.CNN has also posted links to other relevant stories on their website, from the Sahel, Mauritania and Yemen.Source:US Fund for UNICEF read more
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — Staffers at the nation’s largest passport-processing agency accuse the office of bullying, retaliation and unfair hiring practices, saying supervisors, among other things, put a “hurt feelings report” on the desks of workers perceived as whining and displayed a Walmart job application as a message to unhappy employees, according to a federal report.Workers at the National Passport Center in Portsmouth made complaints to a hotline earlier this year, which prompted the federal investigation, according to the report by the Office of Inspector General.The complaints suggested that some members of the centre’s leadership team were responsible for the alleged activities, which, if true, would go against leadership principles, according to the report, released Wednesday.State Department officials said they are committed to providing a workplace that is free from harassment.“The department concurs with all of the OIG’s recommendations, and we are working to implement them,” Noel Clay of the State Department told WMUR-TV.The centre was created in 1992 and grew from 60 employees to about 900 following a 2007 surge in passport demand. It’s the largest of 29 passport-processing agencies. It issued 7.4 million passports in fiscal year 2017, or 38 per cent of all passports issued by the U.S. government, from October 2016 to September 2017.The report said the “rapid and exponential growth” of the centre wasn’t matched by a corresponding change to its organizational structure.The Inspector General’s Office said it interviewed 188 employees, both in New Hampshire and in Washington. It sent out a questionnaire to nearly 900 employees and received 550 responses. The agency also visited the Portsmouth centre for two weeks.Employees’ concerns included bullying; ineffective communication; retaliation; sexual and gender-based discrimination; and unclear guidance for security procedures.“Many employees reported that managers and supervisors denigrated their employees’ character and reputation,” the report said. “Employees identified multiple incidents of managers and supervisors who intimidated their subordinates and sometimes their colleagues. At times, the reported intimidation was subtle, but more often it was blunt, offensive, and demeaning.”Examples included putting a “hurt feelings report” form on employees’ desks portraying them as “whiners,” and displaying a Walmart job application with a note saying that if employees didn’t like working there, Walmart was hiring. Buttons that read “stop lurking” were distributed after workers expressed concerns that a manager was eavesdropping and making them feel uncomfortable.Among the agency’s recommendations are coming up with a corrective action plan within 60 days; improving communication between management and employees; and requiring the centre to implement a local training program for employees.U.S. Rep. Carol Shea-Porter, a New Hampshire Democrat, called for an immediate response.“This workplace environment, which has led to security lapses, retaliation, bullying and ineffective passport services, cannot continue,” Shea-Porter told WMUR-TV. “The OIG recommendations need to be followed and these issues corrected now. No excuses.”The Associated Press read more
“On the possibility of a peacekeeping mission in eastern Ukraine, the Secretary-General informed the Foreign Minister that the United Nations would stand guided by any decision the Security Council would make on this issue,” said a note released to the press by Mr. Ban’s spokesperson this afternoon. In his phone call with Minister Klimkin, Mr. Ban also commended the leadership of Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in efforts to find a peaceful resolution to the ongoing conflict. In addition, Mr. Ban and Mr. Klimkin agreed to continue their discussion on these matters.Also today, at a press briefing in Geneva, the UN human rights office expressed deep worry over the fate of civilians and Ukrainian servicemen in the Debaltseve area, where heavy fighting has continued as a result of repeated breaches of the truce. “It is unclear how many civilians were trapped while fighting raged in the town, how many have been wounded or killed, and whether they now have access to medical and other basic services,” UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) spokesperson Rupert Colville told reporters.“We deeply regret also that OSCE [Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe] monitors were not, and still have not been, allowed access to this area. We are also concerned about the resumed shelling of populated areas, in the cities of Donetsk and Mariupol in particular,” he added.Mr. Colville said that it is crucial that the ceasefire is respected and the fighting stops, especially in built-up areas, and the Minsk Agreements are fully implemented.The death toll since the beginning of the conflict in mid-April 2014 has now risen to at least 5,692 as of Wednesday, 18 February. At least 14,122 people have also been wounded in the east of Ukraine. However, this is “conservative estimate” and the actual numbers may be considerably higher, Mr. Colville said. “A further increase in the number of recorded casualties is expected in the coming days because reporting on casualties during the pre-ceasefire period, and especially in recent days in Debaltseve, has been considerably delayed.” He added that the condition of captured Ukrainian pilot Nadiia Savchenko, who has been detained in Moscow since July last year, is also worrying. Today is the 70th day of her hunger strike. And according to her lawyer, she decided to refuse glucose injections which were being given to her. Mr. Colville called on the Russian authorities to release her immediately. read more
For all the talk about conference imbalance in the NBA, basketball isn’t the only pro sport in which one half of the league usually dominates the other.1And the West does dominate in the NBA. Even after a rocky start, it ended up winning the NBA’s interconference battle for the ninth straight season in 2017-18, 221-199. Since baseball’s Interleague play was introduced in 1997, it has largely served as an excuse for the American League to show its superiority: The AL went into the 2018 season having run up a 1,503-1,257 record on the National League in interleague play over the previous decade. How good is that? If the average AL team were playing a 162-game season against its NL counterpart over that span, it would win 88 games — roughly good enough to make the playoffs in the NL most seasons.Why the big disparity? For one thing, the AL has typically had more star power: In the past decade, eight of the top 10 players in baseball according to wins above replacement2Using an average of the WAR versions found at Baseball-Reference and FanGraphs. (Mike Trout, Adrian Beltre, Zack Greinke, Robinson Cano, Miguel Cabrera, Justin Verlander, Evan Longoria and Dustin Pedroia) spent time in the AL, while only three (Clayton Kershaw, Joey Votto and Greinke) played in the NL.3You can extend this further down the list if you want: 13 of the top 15 played in the AL, versus just six in the NL, and so forth. The rule difference that grants AL teams a designated hitter at home also helped them rack up a big home-field advantage over the years.But so far in 2018, the AL’s edge has eroded. After about a month and a half, NL teams are 32-18 against their AL foes, outscoring them 242-208. If this holds, it would be the first time the NL has won interleague play since the 2003 season. Obviously, it’s still early. But even if we limit ourselves to the first 50 interleague games of each season (to make an apples-to-apples comparison with 2018), this is the NL’s best record in interleague play ever, supplanting its 31-19 start in 1999. Back then, the NL was competitive — it ended up winning almost 54 percent of its games against the AL that year. This season might bring a long-awaited return to its old form.Some of the reasons for the change were emerging last year. The DH just isn’t the advantage it used to be; so far this season, AL designated hitters have an on-base plus slugging (OPS) of only .725, their worst mark in nearly three decades. Perhaps that’s why AL teams are just 6-19 (a miserable .240 winning percentage) at home against the NL this year, a complete reversal of the trend that used to fuel American League dominance.The specter of tanking also applies here. Of the nine teams tracking for at least 88 losses in FiveThirtyEight’s MLB prediction model, six (the White Sox, Royals, Orioles, Tigers, Rangers and Rays) are in the AL. 4After Tampa Bay at 88 losses, the next-losingest predicted record belongs to the Oakland Athletics (84 losses), a big gap that probably can serve as the de facto barrier between tankers and simply mediocre ballclubs. Meanwhile, some of the most improved teams in the majors (such as the Braves, Phillies and Pirates) are in the NL, along with a group of already solid teams who got better over the offseason (the Diamondbacks, Cardinals and Brewers).Although the AL still has the advantage in top-line talent — only one of this year’s top 10 in WAR (Nationals ace Max Scherzer) is in the NL — things appear to have tilted in the NL’s favor overall. It’s worth noting that the NL has gotten off to a hot start before, only to crash and burn by year’s end: In 2016, it won 30 of the first 50 interleague games… then promptly went 105-145 the rest of the way. So we could end up looking back and thinking how cute it was that the NL had such a large early edge on its AL rivals. But at least there are some reasons to think this year is different, and that the NL’s newfound success is sustainable. read more
OVER €8 MILLION will be invested into the opening of a Dublin R&D facility for the company Munich Re.Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, announced today that the Automation Solutions division of Munich Re, which is one of the largest reinsurers in the world, is to establish a strategic R&D facility in Dublin.The division currently employs 47 people in Ireland and the new project involves the creation of up to 17 additional highly-skilled new positions as well as the planned investment of over €8 million.The Irish government, through IDA Ireland, has worked closely with the company on this move.Investing and expandingEstablished in Dublin in 1986, Munich Re’s Automation Solutions division (formerly Allfinanz) is the world’s leading provider of automated underwriting solutions to life insurers.The R&D team will focus on complex data mining and statistical analysis techniques that will enable Munich Re’s Automation Solutions to more accurately assess underwriting risk across a range of insurance classes.Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton TD said:Today’s announcement that Munich Re is investing and expanding its operations here with the creation of 17 new jobs is very welcome news for our financial services sector.Ross Mayne, CEO of Munich Re’s Automation Solutions division, said they are delighted to be making this investment in such innovative R&D.Ireland is our global centre for commercial software development. Our positive experience and the success we have enjoyed here made Ireland the natural choice for this pioneering project.Barry O’Leary, CEO of IDA Ireland, said that financial services has been identified as a key growth area for Ireland’s economy and that this move will enhance Ireland’s profile as a “global investment hub”.Read: Sinn Féin launches its jobs plan> read more
So we had a young man here earlier who had his picture taken who is having is treatment in the UK at the moment for his rare condition. Reilly explained how this plan has looked at “how to shorten that journey and reduce the frustrations that people experience trying to get a diagnosis, and then indeed organising the treatments”.The Health Minister said a designated Clinical Care Programme for rare diseases will improve specialist services and allow for the development of a joined up model of care for patients.While the National Rare Diseases Office will identify Centres of Expertise for various rare diseases, provide a helpline function for patients and families and provide surveillance of national rare diseases.Minister Reilly added:The significance of this plan cannot be overstated because it provides us with a roadmap for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases.“I fully endorse this plan as the means to positively shape how we look after people with rare diseases in Ireland”.Read: Taoiseach says nobody should be asked if their child ‘still had Down syndrome?’> THE NATIONAL RARE Disease Plan for Ireland up until 2018 was launched today by the Health Minister James Reilly.The key recommendations include creating both a Clinical Care Programme and a National Office for Rare Diseases.The Minister said, “This is a very important plan because we have 8,000 different rare diseases in a small island like ours. It’s very difficult for patients to get a diagnosis and then indeed treatment. read more
Razer Taipan : deux capteurs valent mieux qu’un !La firme Razer vient de dévoiler une toute nouvelle souris, qui ravira sans aucun doute les joueurs ! Baptisé Taipan, cet accessoire ambidextre les séduira par son ergonomie conçue par toute une équipe d’experts pour assurer aux gamers le plus grand confort de jeu possible.Taipan, c’est le nom de la toute dernière invention née de l’imagination du constructeur Razer pour combler les gamers. Présentée lors du salon entièrement dédié aux jeux vidéos E3, il s’agit d’une souris spécialement conçue pour leur assurer un parfait confort de jeu, fruit du travail conjoint d’experts en ergonomie et des meilleurs athlètes de e-Sports appartenant notamment aux équipes des jeux sportifs Empire, Frenetic Array, Mousesports, Quantic, Rox.Kis ou encore Type II Gaming.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Résultat ? La souris Taipan est aussi bien adaptée aux droitiers qu’aux gauchers, mais surtout, elle offre une forme très étudiée, rapporte le site ginjfo.com. Symétrique, elle affiche des mensurations de 124 x 63 x 36 millimètres, et une base étroite tandis que sa partie arrière est arrondie. Son poids, de 95 grammes, a quant à lui été réparti de façon à optimiser son adhérence, a expliqué Razer lors de la présentation de cette souris. La Taipan, conçue pour glisser le plus aisément possible dans la main, est en outre équipée d’un double capteur 8200 dpi laser et optique, qui en plus d’une très grande sensibilité, permet de personnaliser la hauteur de soulèvement. La souris est enfin dotée de neuf boutons programmables et possède un câble long de 2,1 mètres. Elle sera livrée avec le logiciel Razer Synapse 2.0, un innovant système de sauvegarde de profils basé sur le cloud.Il faudra patienter jusqu’au mois de juillet pour s’offrir la Razer Taipan, et débourser la somme 79,90 euros.Le 7 juin 2012 à 20:00 • Maxime Lambert read more
Share Photo via Little Rock Air Force BaseLast year, a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences concluded that more than 40 percent of 327 lakes examined had experienced long-term salinization, and that thousands more were at a risk.When roads turn into ice rinks, consider trying beet juice, molasses, and even beer or cheese waste to make them safer. So say experts who fear road salt is starting to take a toll on the nation’s waterways, putting everything from fish and frogs to microscopic zooplankton at risk.Tossed onto sidewalks and dumped onto highways, salt for decades has provided the cheapest and most effective way to cut down on traffic accidents and pedestrian falls during winter storms. But researchers cite mounting evidence that those tons of sodium chloride crystals — more than 20 million nationwide each year — are increasing the salinity of hundreds of lakes, especially in the Northeast and Midwest.“There has been a sense of alarm on the impacts of road salt on organisms and ecosystems,” said Victoria Kelly, a road salt expert at the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies in New York. “We’ve seen increasing concentrations in river water, lakes, streams. Then, scientists started asking the question: What is going to happen to the organisms living in freshwater bodies and what will happen to the freshwater bodies as a whole?”Believed to be first used in the 1940s in New Hampshire, salt became the go-to de-icing agent as cities expanded, highways were built and motorists came to expect clear roads. More than a million truckloads a year are deployed in ice-prone climes, most heavily in the Northeast and Midwest.But many state and local agencies are seeking ways to reduce salt use as its environmental impacts are becoming more apparent.They have turned to high-tech equipment to spread salt more efficiently, better weather forecasting to time their salting, and liquefied organic additives that help salt stick to pavement. That reduces salt use by preventing it from washing away immediately.Agencies from New Jersey to North Dakota are using a mixture that includes beet juice; New Hampshire and Maine use one with molasses. Highway departments also have turned to beer waste, pickle brine and, in at least one Wisconsin county, cheese brine.“Adding salt to the environment does have negative impacts, but for those of us in the Northeast, especially in rural states, where driving is the predominant way of getting around, we need mobility,” said Jonathan Rubin, director of the Margaret Chase Smith Policy Center and lead author on a 2010 report on the cost and benefits of salting Maine roads.“In my opinion, we are always going to be using some degree of road salt,” he said. “The question is, can we use less?”Salt corrosion already causes billions of dollars in damage each year to cars, roads and bridges — and now there are growing signs it’s making freshwater ecosystems saltier. In the past 50 years, chloride concentrations in some lakes and rivers quadrupled and, in a few, increased a hundredfold.Last year, a study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences concluded that more than 40 percent of 327 lakes examined had experienced long-term salinization, and that thousands more were at a risk. Researchers also estimated nearly 50 lakes in the study, including small ones in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Rhode Island, could surpass the Environmental Protection Agency’s chloride threshold concentration by 2050, potentially harming aquatic life.Experiments at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute aquatic lab in Troy, New York, have found that higher salt concentrations reduced growth rates in rainbow trout and decreased the abundance of zooplankton 7/8— tiny animals or larvae that are critical to the aquatic food chain and play a role in keeping lakes and streams clean.Other studies have shown that salinization of lakes and streams reduces the numbers of fish and amphibians, kills off plants, and alters the diversity of these freshwater ecosystems.“At high road salt concentrations, you can see reductions in growth, reduction in the diversity of species within a system and you can also see effects on reproduction of certain species,” said William Hintz, of Rensselaer Polytechnic.Despite such environmental concerns, Caleb Dobbins, New Hampshire’s highway maintenance engineer, doesn’t envision salt being replaced anytime soon by substitutes, such as magnesium acetate, which he says are 30 times more expensive and have their own environmental challenges.“Everybody is looking throughout the world,” he said. “Nobody is finding that silver bullet.” read more
A woman orders food from Baltimarket’s virtual supermarket at the Cherry Hill Library location in Baltimore. (Photo courtesy of Baltimore City Health Department)ANNAPOLIS—Food deserts are a significant issue in Maryland — but just how severe they are depends on whom you ask. Although the term has been in common use for years, there is no all-encompassing definition of what constitutes a food desert. Baltimore provides a perfect example of the disagreement.The United States Department of Agriculture estimates about 15 percent of Baltimore City residents are living in food deserts, while the city’s Baltimore Food Policy Initiative says it’s more like 20 percent based on a study conducted by Baltimore City Department of Planning and Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future. And a national hunger-relief organization, Feeding America, estimates 22 percent of people living Baltimore City are “food insecure.”The reasons for these discrepancies stems from each organization’s definition of the term “food desert.” “In general, you’ll see that every definition looks at what food is available, and income level,” said Laura Flamm, food access coordinator for Baltimarket, an online grocery ordering service for Baltimore residents with low access to food.“But there is really nothing set in stone.”The USDA’s definition of a food desert says that for it to be included, a census tract must be defined as both low-income and low-access. For a census tract to qualify as low-income, either the poverty rate must be at least 20 percent or the median family income of that tract must be at or below 80 percent of the area’s median family income.To qualify as low-access, either 500 or more people, or one-third of a census tract’s population, must live at least one mile from a supermarket or grocery store.A detailed map of food deserts in Baltimore City created in 2012 by the Baltimore City Department of Planning, and the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future. (Map courtesy of Baltimore City Department of Planning and Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future.)Using these parameters, about 15 percent of Baltimore City residents reside in a food desert. However, using a one-mile radius to identify food deserts may ignore unique hurdles associated with travel in an urban setting.In their food desert report to Congress, the USDA recognized these concerns:“Obviously, whether walking to a supermarket is feasible or not depends on more than just distance — it could also depend on whether the individual is capable of walking that distance, whether there are safe sidewalks on which to walk, and controlled intersections, and whether there are other barriers, such as crime, that may make walking to a store dangerous.”Another limitation of the one-mile measurement is that it’s calculated using a straight line, which will not represent the real distance when zig-zagging through city blocks or if a major obstacle, such as a river or highway, stands in the way.Still, the report concludes that, “despite these limitations, (using one mile as a) definition of walkability is grounded in the literature.” The USDA then cites three other reports, which all conclude that distances of more than a half mile are walkable in urban settings. But according to the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, one mile is too far.When they created their “Baltimore City Food Environment Map” in 2012, they defined a food desert using one-quarter of a mile as a reasonable distance to a grocery store or market.“The USDA was constrained for coming up with a number that worked on a national level — but we know that if you drill down further you can get more accurate,” said Amanda Behrens Buczynski, a senior program officer for John Hopkins Center for a Livable Future. “The boundaries of Baltimore City aren’t that large and when we considered distance to the supermarket, we had to consider that you’d be carrying groceries, too.”Behrens Buczynski was a project manager for the mapping project. While this alternative map was based on the same census data as USDA’s, it also considered vehicle access and income as factors to determine food deserts. In their definition of a food desert, the median household income is at or below 185 percent of the federal poverty level, and 40 percent of households do not own a vehicle.Using these measurements, about one in five, or 20 percent, of Baltimore City residents live in a food desert. Although Johns Hopkins and the USDA may disagree on how to define food deserts in Baltimore City, they agree that something can, and maybe should, be done to eradicate them.Urban farming, community gardens, public markets and farmers markets in Baltimore City offer some healthy food options for food desert areas, but they are not enough to alleviate the problem entirely.Baltimarket, a virtual supermarket program run by the Baltimore City Health Department, may provide another means for addressing low access to food in some neighborhoods. Baltimarket partners with Shoprite grocery store to deliver food to those living in food deserts in Baltimore City.“We are the first program in the country to address food access in partnership with a major retailer,” said Flamm. The program is 5 years old, and manages four locations in Baltimore City where locals can come to order groceries online and then pick them up a day or two later from the same location. Food stamps are accepted through the program and deliveries are made at no additional cost thanks to funding by the United Way of Central Maryland and Kaiser Permanente, Flamm said.This December, Baltimarket will expand their program to two new sites in the city. read more
For a lot of console gamers today the love affair with Halo started on the original Xbox with Halo: Combat Evolved. And a major reason for buying the 360 was gaining the ability to paly another Halo game only this time in HD.Well, if you miss the original, or still have an Xbox hooked up just to play it, November can’t come soon enough for you. Joystiq has learned that not only is the game being remade for the 360, it will be released on November 15 in time for the tenth anniversary of the original release date.AdChoices广告Unlike the HD packs PS3 owners have been enjoying recently, this Halo remake has gone back to the drawing board. Visuals will be 1080p, supported by brand new art assets, and 3D will be an option if you have a supporting TV. The game will be the same, but it will look new for 2011, not like a 2001 update. Multiplayer is also thought to be getting an update to replace the original’s two-player split-screen with Xbox Live online matches.Development is being handled by Saber Interactive who most recently released TimeShift.Read more at JoystiqMatthew’s OpinionThis wont fail to fly off store shelves as a lot of gamers have very fond memories of the original game that started it all. It’s still a remake, though, so I doubt this will be a full price release and hopefully no more than $30.I would be very surprised if Halo 2 wasn’t also getting the same treatment. The recent shutdown of Xbox Live support for that game resulted in a number of gamers leaving their machines running just to keep a multiplayer game going. Remaking that second game with multiplayer support would probably be even more popular than the first game.Will this be a day one purchase for you, or should the original stay in 2001? read more
Stay on target HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Since you’re probably not in the running to become the Thirteenth Doctor (or any future incarnation), Doctor Who Time Vortex 360 is as close as you’ll get to piloting the TARDIS.The 360-degree mobile game lets fans navigate the Gallifreyan ship through the depths of the space-time vortex.Visit the BBC Taster site using a smartphone or tablet to get started; or try playing on a PC, but beware that unless you have impeccable hand-eye coordination, you won’t last long.AdChoices广告Maneuver your device (or mouse) any which way to shift the screen up, down, forwards, and backward. Just watch out for those pesky meteorites.“The beauty of this game is that you can use your mobile phone to fly the TARDIS wherever you are,” Jo Pearce, creative director for BBC Digital Drama, said in a statement.“We’ve seen a lot of innovation recently in the 360 and virtual reality space, but the majority has focused on ‘experimental’ video-based experiences,” she continued. “This game, however, brings together the worlds of casual, arcade-style gaming and 360/VR to create a fun Doctor Who experience that people can easily pick up and play, wherever they are.”Of course, bending this way and that to fly through gaps in barriers during the daily train commute could become hazardous.The endless runner, however, is definitely worth a go. It gets more difficult the longer you play, flying through the iconic vortex from the show’s opening credits.Please remember to turn off the sound or plug in some headphones, though: Not everyone wants to listen to the infamous theme tune on repeat.“Digital innovation is at the very heart of Doctor Who,” Pearce said. “This 360-degree game allows people to navigate the TARDIS through time and space like never before.”Designed as a mobile-first experience for the BBC by Goodboy Digital, Time Vortex 360 is available to play on BBC Taster for six months. read more
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News | July 29, 2009 Calypso Touts Deal to Develop RT Cancer Treatment with Varian News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… 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 News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more 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. Related Content Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more July 29, 2009 – At the AAPM 51st Annual Meeting, Calypso Medical Technologies touted its strategic development agreement with Varian Medical Systems to jointly develop products integrating its Calypso System with Varian’s radiotherapy treatment technologies.Calypso Medical’s proprietary technology utilizes miniature implanted transponders to provide precise, continuous, real-time information about the location of the tumor target during external beam radiation therapy. Calypso’s technology provides continuous tumor position information designed to enable the correct radiation dose to be delivered to the tumor while minimizing the amount of radiation misapplied to normal tissue.The Calypso technology is complementary to Varian’s state-of-the-art technology for delivering intensity-modulated radiotherapy (IMRT), including RapidArc radiotherapy. Varian is the market share leader for linear accelerators worldwide.“This strategic development agreement will facilitate advanced treatment capabilities through the integration of the Calypso System with Varian’s market-leading radiotherapy technologies,” said Eric R. Meier, president and chief executive officer of Calypso Medical. “We believe these efforts may prove beneficial for prostate patients as well as some of the more difficult radiation therapy targets such as pancreas and lung. In the near term, two exciting joint development efforts will integrate the motion management capabilities of our Calypso System with Varian’s state-of-the-art treatment platform. This agreement will provide the framework for the joint development of Real-Time MLC Tracking, a future capability* demonstrated by both companies last year, which causes the radiation beam to move in concert with the tumor target based on real-time tracking data provided by the Calypso System.”Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will jointly develop products that integrate the Calypso System with Varian’s technologies. Further terms of the agreement were not disclosed.* This technology is a concept device under development and not available for sale.For more information: www.calypsomedical.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… read more read more
Source = TravelManagers The wind and rain did nothing to dampen the PTM’s spirits as they immersed themselves in the local Maori culture at the Tamaki Maori VillagePersonal Travel Managers Explore Middle Earth and MoreFrom the natural thermal wonders of Rotorua to the subterranean magic of Waitomo, an opportunity to experience some of the highlights of the upper North Island on a TravelManagers exclusive self-drive famil was a fantastic opportunity for six personal travel managers (PTMs).TravelManagers’ Executive General Manager, Michael Gazal, says the six-day, five-night famil was the participants’ reward for their achievements in an Air New Zealand/ANZCRO sales initiative run during February and March.“To qualify, PTMs were required to sell a specified number of trans-Tasman on Air New Zealand and make a new booking with ANZCRO, Ski Express or Kirra Tours,” Gazal explains, adding that places were allocated not just to those who achieved the highest sales or growth in sales but also to randomly-selected qualifying agents.A total of eight PTMs participated on this famil hosted by Kylie Wapp, ANZCRO’s Sales Executive for Victoria & Tasmania and escorted by Gabriel Fonesca, Air New Zealand’s Melbourne-based Business Development Manager.The group started their self-drive itinerary with a night in central Auckland before heading south of the city and into the rolling green farmland of the Waikato region for a visit to the world-famous Waitomo Caves. From here, they continued to Rotorua for a four-night stay in the North Island’s adventure capital, which all eight participants acclaimed as a standout destination.“Every single guide that hosted our activities, all the locals we met, and the hotel staff were outstanding – the service and warm welcome in every destination/activity was just incredible,” enthuses PTM Laurin Taggart. “Everyone we had the pleasure of meeting had a fantastic sense of humour and made the experiences fun!”Taggart, who is representative for Forster, NSW, says she particularly enjoyed dining at the city’s Stratosphere restaurant, and adds that she will be recommending that clients allow time for a wine tasting at Volcanic Hills winery: “You can’t buy this wine in Australia and it is the most delicious wine I have had the pleasure of tasting, especially the pinot gris!”The group took part in activities in Rotorua that ranged from adrenaline-pumping, such as a jetboat tour of Lake Rotorua and a zipline adventure ride through the treetops of the nearby Mamaku Plateau, to a relaxing soak at the famous thermal waters of the Polynesian Pools, and a chance to get to meet some real locals at Rainbow Springs’ Kiwi Encounter.Alison Parker, representative for Swan View, WA, says another highlight was a cultural experience at the Tamaki Maori Village, which provided the opportunity to be immersed in the sights, sounds and activity of a traditional Maori village, from tattooing and weaving to carving and warrior training.“The evening we spent at Tamaki Village was so interesting, and the presentations were clearly heartfelt by the staff – I came away with a very real sense of Maori culture and they couldn’t have been more welcoming,” she reports.The attraction which provided the most thrills in one spot was Velocity Valley, which describes itself as New Zealand’s one and only, ultimate adventure playground thanks to the five unique adventures on offer.“WOW!!” was the description provided by Taggart, who was delighted by the adrenaline-pumping experiences that included a bungy jump, a human-powered monorail race track and the only jet sprint experience in New Zealand.Not all of the adventures offered were enjoyed by every participant, according to Parker, whose preference was for the jet boat ride and the Freefall Xtreme, which is the Southern Hemisphere’s only outdoor wind tunnel.“But the teenagers and young adults would go wild for this place, with all the crazy rides,” she adds, noting that Rotorua is a destination that can provide fun for young families, adrenaline junkies and everyone in between.The final day of the itinerary saw the group head back towards Auckland, calling in at Hobbiton Movie Set near the sleepy Waikato town of Matamata along the way. Set on picturesque farmland, with stunning views of the nearby Kaimai Ranges, this is billed as an opportunity to discover the real Middle Earth, thanks to its former use as a location for the Lord of the Rings and Hobbit movies.Guided tours show off 44 unique hobbit holes, the Green Dragon Pub and the famous party tree, all of which is set within a working sheep and beef farm and described by Parker as a major highlight of her time in New Zealand.“It’s such a magical place and of course it would be of great interest to Hobbit or Lord of the Rings fans, but I’m sure that even non-fans would enjoy the movie production aspect of the tour.”All in all, the itinerary was considered a major success, with all eight PTMs agreeing that New Zealand is an easy destination to recommend to their clients.“New Zealand ticks every single box for me: the culture, amazing food, wine, people, incredible activity options and not too far away in terms of flying time. It is vastly different to Australia and very easy to navigate. I love NZ!” says Taggart.For more information or to speak to someone confidentially about TravelManagers please contact Suzanne Laister on 1800 019 599.About TravelManagersTravel Managers operates in all Australian States and is a wholly owned subsidiary of House of Travel, Australasia’s largest independent travel company which has a forecast turnover of $1.6 billion for 2018. TravelManagers is a sister company to Hoot Holidays, also owned by House of Travel, and has more than 530 personal travel managers throughout Australia with a dedicated support team at the company’s national partnership office in Sydney. TravelManagers places all customer money in a dedicated and audited Client Trust Account which is separate from the general business accounts, ensuring client funds are secure and only used for client purchases. read more
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