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Trout Power: Angels Beat YanksTrout Power: Angels Beat Yanks

first_imgANAHEIM, Calif. — Mike Trout showed off practically every aspect of his MVP talent against the New York Yankees, from his early homer to his late stolen base with a couple of jaw-dropping catches in between.His teammates saw it as just another night for the Los Angeles Angels star — although no game against this opponent is ordinary for the Derek Jeter fan from New Jersey.“Oh, it’s always fun to play the Yankees,” Trout said.Trout and C.J. Cron homered, Albert Pujols and Kole Calhoun added run-scoring doubles, and the Angels beat the Yankees 4-1 June 29 for their fifth victory in seven games.Trout hit his 20th homer of the season in the third inning against CC Sabathia (3-8), crushing a drive to the base of the fake rock pile beyond center field.The shot made him one of six AL players with four 20-homer seasons before their age-24 seasons — a list that includes Rodriguez, Mickey Mantle and Ted Williams.“It’s humbling, but we’ve got a series to win tomorrow,” Trout said.The reigning AL MVP also saved a couple of runs with two sprinting catches in center field on balls hit over his head by Chris Young, leaving the Yankees outfielder waving his arms in disgust.Trout has been moving forward to play in shallow center over the last month, and the catches demonstrated his growing confidence in his formidable defensive ability.“Mike showed you his talent in every phase tonight,” Angels Manager Mike Scioscia said.Trout even swiped second in the ninth inning, getting his first stolen base since May 22.“Real shocker, right?” said a sarcastic C.J. Wilson, the pitching beneficiary of those grabs. “Trout hits a homer, saves a couple of runs with defense. Whatever. Obviously that’s one of the benefits of being a pitcher on this team. You’ve got a guy like that chasing down balls for you.”Wilson (6-6) persevered through six eventful innings of five-hit ball for his third victory in four starts as the Angels (40-37) moved three games above .500 for the first time since June 2.Rodriguez drove in a run and Brett Gardner had three hits for the Yankees, who have lost six of nine.Sabathia pitched six-hit ball into the eighth inning, but got meager run support in his first loss since May 28. The veteran left-hander has given up 19 homers this season.“It’s tough, but it’s part of being an athlete,” Sabathia said of his rough start. “Figuring things out, battling and trying to get better. It’s not the ERA, but just the fact that we’re not winning the games that I start. I just want to keep us in the game and try to get some wins.”In his first game back from a stint at Triple-A Salt Lake, Cron connected in the seventh for just his second homer of a disappointing season. He also got the silent treatment from his excited teammates back in the dugout.Huston Street pitched the ninth for his 22nd save.(GREG BEACHAM, AP Sports Writer)TweetPinShare0 Shareslast_img read more

ESPN Announces College Football Broadcast Teams For Fall, Kaylee Hartung To Be Featured More ProminentlyESPN Announces College Football Broadcast Teams For Fall, Kaylee Hartung To Be Featured More Prominently

first_imgESPN's logo in red and white.ESPN has announced its college football broadcast teams for the fall. Most of the teams are similar to last year – Chris Fowler, Kirk Herbstreit and Heather Cox are still the network’s top team and will call the primetime Saturday night game on ABC; Brad Nessler, Todd Blackledge and Holly Rowe will have the prime Saturday night contest on ESPN. There are some changes, though. Among them: Kaylee Hartung, everyone’s favorite sideline reporter, has been promoted to ESPN’s Thursday night team with Joe Tessitore, Jesse Palmer and David Pollack. Maria Taylor will take Hartung’s sideline spot for the SEC Network’s top Saturday game. Beyond thrilled to join ESPN’s Thursday night crew and keep rolling with SEC Nation on Saturdays. Let’s go!! https://t.co/K6yfxwBT0J— Kaylee Hartung (@KayleeHartung) August 6, 2015Only Kaylee Hartung can make Nick Saban smile. pic.twitter.com/PqwP4JBktB— Curtis (@Curtos07) February 4, 2015Here are the full pairings, from ESPN.    Screen Shot 2015-08-06 at 12.11.34 PMESPN. Screen Shot 2015-08-06 at 12.11.42 PMESPN ESPNESPNThe season can’t get here soon enough.Related: Kaylee Hartung Commits Cardinal Sin Of Baseball >>>last_img read more

Former Alabama 5-Star Eyabi Anoma Makes Transfer DecisionFormer Alabama 5-Star Eyabi Anoma Makes Transfer Decision

first_img From AL.com:The former Alabama outside linebacker has committed to Houston, according to sources.Anoma has been on campus at Houston since Friday, per sources. Word is that Anoma still needs to be cleared by the university but that’s expected to happen.Anoma had been suspended from the team earlier this offseason and was dismissed from the program earlier this month.“We have a law that protects players and students in what you can and can’t say,” Nick Saban said on Saturday. “The guy was dismissed from school, and that’s really all I can say about it.”Anoma is a 6-foot-5 defensive end, ranked the No. 1 player at his position coming out of high school. Eyabi Anoma at Alabama football's spring game.TUSCALOOSA, AL – APRIL 13: Eyabi Anoma #9 of the Alabama Crimson Tide looks on during the team’s A-Day Spring Game at Bryant-Denny Stadium on April 13, 2019 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)Former Alabama five-star recruit Eyabi Anoma has reportedly settled on a transfer decision, according to AL.com.AL.com is reporting that Anoma, who was reportedly dismissed from the Alabama program, has committed to Houston.Anoma, the No. 4 overall recruit in the 2018 class, had been at Houston all weekend.The Baltimore native had also been linked to Maryland.last_img read more

Charles Woodson Has Brutally Honest Comment On Michigan’s 2018 Loss To Ohio StateCharles Woodson Has Brutally Honest Comment On Michigan’s 2018 Loss To Ohio State

first_img Woodson himself only ever saw victory over the Buckeyes. In his three years at Michigan, the Wolverines topped the Buckeyes three straight times.The 1997 season was the highlight of his time at Michigan. Woodson had a 78-yard punt return touchdown in a 20-14 win over the Buckeyes. Michigan would go on to beat Washington State in the Rose Bowl to finish 12-0 and win the national championship.But since Woodson’s win over Ohio State in 1997, the Wolverines have beaten their arch-rivals only four more times.That terrible loss to the Buckeyes in 2018 will likely continue to sting until the Wolverines finally manages to beat them.Ohio State and Michigan are set to play in Ann Arbor on Saturday, Nov. 30. A closeup of Charles Woodson.LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA – AUGUST 13: ESPN NFL football commentator Charles Woodson on the set before the game between the Dallas Cowboys and the Los Angeles Rams at the Los Angeles Coliseum during preseason on August 13, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)Ohio State’s 62-39 blowout win over Michigan was nearly nine months ago. But to Michigan legends and superfans like Charles Woodson, it still hurts like it was yesterday.Speaking to Angelique Chengelis of The Detroit News, Woodson reflected on the game and how much it hurt. He called the loss “embarrassing” and disappointing for the alumni and former players.“That was nasty. That was disappointing for somebody that’s been in the program and for somebody that’s a fan of Michigan football, for all of our alumni, for all of the former players, it was embarrassing.”In addition to being a loss of historic proportions, the loss also knocked Michigan out of contention for the Big Ten title and the College Football Playoff. The team tried to salvage the season in the Peach Bowl, but was blown out again by Florida.Charles Woodson on the ’18 OSU game: “That was nasty. That was disappointing for somebody that’s been in the program and for somebody that’s a fan of Michigan football, for all of our alumni, for all of the former players, it was embarrassing.”— angelique (@chengelis) August 21, 2019last_img read more

Fish Farms Open to PublicFish Farms Open to Public

first_imgNova Scotians will get a first-hand look at the aquaculture industry when three fish farms open for public tours between Oct. 16 and Oct. 24. “Aquaculture is a dynamic and exciting industry that contributes more than $58 million to the Nova Scotia economy each year,” said Sterling Belliveau, Minister of Fisheries and Aquaculture. “I encourage everyone to take this opportunity to visit a fish farm and learn about aquaculture from local experts.” Ocean Trout Farms is a sea-based rainbow trout farm in Upper Point Latour, Shelburne Co. It opens to the public on Saturday, Oct. 16 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Scotian Halibut is a halibut hatchery and broodstock facility in Clark’s Harbour, Shelburne Co. Public visits are available on Saturday, Oct. 23 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Innovative Fishery Products farms soft-shelled and hard-shelled clams in Belliveau Cove, Digby Co. It will be opened to the public on Sunday, Oct. 24, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. The open houses are led and organized by the Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia. “Nova Scotians who tour a fish farm will see an environmentally and economically sustainable industry that provides jobs for Nova Scotians and helps meet the demand for superior quality and healthy food,” said Bruce Hancock, executive director of the Aquaculture Association of Nova Scotia. Raising shellfish, fin fish and aquatic plants employs about 750 people province-wide. “Aquaculture is a sustainable industry and has great potential for future growth and employment,” said Mr. Belliveau.last_img read more

Flights Halted Diverted At Delhi Airport After Severe Dust StormFlights Halted Diverted At Delhi Airport After Severe Dust Storm

first_imgNEW DELHI: A severe dust storm has hit the national capital Delhi this evening after days of an abnormal sizzling heat wave. Temperature in the national capital had touched 48 degrees on Monday, the highest-ever recorded in June. Operations have currently been stopped at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport after the dust storm struck the city, reported news agency ANI. The weather department had however said yesterday that temperatures were expected to dip. Private weather agency Skymet said heavy rain was expected across the National Capital Region. Also Read – IAF receives its first Rafale fighter jet from France “Earlier, the wind used to come from the western side of Rajasthan. However, the direction of the wind has changed. As a result, we have witnessed a temperature fall of two-three degrees in all the North Indian states. It is expected to continue for the next three days and there will be a full respite to the heat wave in the region,” a senior Met department official told news agency ANI. Mahesh Palawat, Vice President of Skymet, said in a tweet that the national capital’s temperature dropped by seven degrees in a span of just half an hour. Also Read – Cosmology trio win Nobel Physics Prize”At 18.30 it was 40, dropped to 33 degree at 19.00 hours. All thanks to #Duststorm and #rain,” he tweeted. The impact of Cyclone Vayu, due to hit the Gujarat coastline tomorrow, could play a role in temperature dropping, a senior weather department official had said yesterday. “Definitely, just the way Delhi is getting affected by the western disturbances, Cyclone Vayu will have an impact on the weather conditions. However, a dust storm or thunderstorm can be predicted in the upcoming days in the northern region,” he was quoted as saying by news agency ANI. The country is currently in the throes of the worst heat wave it has experienced, with four cities in North India, Delhi included, recording sky-high temperatures. Rajasthan’s Churu is the hottest among these cities, crossing 50 degrees twice, 8 degrees above its normal temperature at this time of the year. Banda and Allahabad in Uttar Pradesh come a close second and third, at 49.2 and 48.9 degrees respectively.(Inputs from NDTV.com)last_img read more

UN reports second day of relative calm in strifetorn eastern DR CongoUN reports second day of relative calm in strifetorn eastern DR Congo

No casualties were reported in the apparently isolated incidents in North Kivu province, where a recent upsurge in fighting between Government forces (FARDC) and a rebel militia (CNDP) led by renegade general Laurent Nkunda has driven at least 250,000 people from their homes. The UN Mission in the DRC (MONUC) confirmed the recent arrival in the North Kivu capital, Goma, of some 3,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs), with further movements of civilians across the Ugandan border.UN aid agencies said they had restored full service for IDPs after week-long insecurity forced them to cut off some key elements. Distribution has resumed for health kits, immunization packages, fresh water and sanitation equipment, food and shelter. The UN World Health Organization (WHO) said it is attempting to prevent and control an outbreak of cholera as the number of new cases has tripled to 150 a week.On the political side, the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy on peace in the Great Lakes Region, former Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo, will be travelling for a first round of consultations on the DRC, beginning tomorrow in Luanda, where he will meet with Angola’s President José Eduardo dos Santos. Later tomorrow he will fly to Kinshasa for an expected meeting with DRC President Joseph Kabila, followed by weekend discussions in Goma.Meanwhile Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Deputy Special Representative for the DRC Leila Zerrougui has visited Kiwanja, 70 kilometres north of Goma and the scene of heavy fighting between Mayi-Mayi forces and the CNDP earlier this month, to assess MONUC’s ability to protect civilians.She explained that MONUC was there to protect the population and not to fight Congolese military elements. “That’s not its mission, that’s not its mandate,” she said. “Our military have clear orders; they know they have to protect the people, even with limited means. They will do all they can to bring the necessary assistance to the people.”She denounced the manipulation of the people, often against UN peacekeepers. “If people don’t show a friendly face to MONUC soldiers, they risk creating misunderstandings. MONUC must be allowed to protect the population so it can have good relations with them,” she told civil society organizations. 13 November 2008The strife-torn eastern region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has remained relatively calm over the past two days apart from two skirmishes between Government troops and the PARECO/Mayi Mayi militia, the United Nations reported today. read more

WHS New fund launched at UN humanitarian summit to address education inWHS New fund launched at UN humanitarian summit to address education in

“Action now has to happen urgently because of the sheer scale of numbers of children impacted,” said UN Special Envoy for Global Education Gordon Brown, who presented the ‘Education Cannot Wait’ fund at the World Humanitarian Summit (WHS), a two-day conference that opened today in Istanbul, Turkey. Specifically designed for education in emergencies, the fund aims to reach more than 13.6 million children and youth living in crisis situations, such as conflict, natural disasters and disease outbreaks, with quality education over the next five years. “These young people are missing out on schooling and this is becoming a full-blown global crisis that will haunt the world for generations,” Mr. Brown stressed. On average, the UN estimates that less than two percent of humanitarian aid currently goes towards funding education. Moreover, education systems equipped to cope with protracted crises cannot be built on the foundations of short-term – and unpredictable – appeals. ‘Education Cannot Wait,’ which has a funding target of $3.85 billion over five years, aims to bridge the gap between humanitarian interventions during crises and long-term development afterwards, through predictable funding. As thousands of participants gathered at the Summit to discuss how to strengthen the humanitarian system to alleviate and prevent the suffering of millions worldwide, UNICEF warned that one in four of the world’s school-aged children – nearly half a billion – live in countries affected by crises. Around 75 million of these children and youth are either already missing out on their education, receiving poor quality schooling or at risk of dropping out of school altogether. A special session at the Summit underlined how education systems are being destroyed by violent armed conflict, natural disasters and health emergencies, robbing children of the skills they need to build safe, strong communities and economies when they reach adulthood. Sarah Brown, the Executive Chair of the Global Business Coalition for Education and President of the children’s charity TheirWorld, is giving a voice to refugee children by displaying some of their artwork at the Summit. Youth worldwide, many of whom fled the Syrian crisis, illustrated what a safe school means to them.Sarah Brown talks about “TheirWorld” and Education Cannot Wait fund Credit: UN News Centre The UN News Centre caught up with Ms. Brown at the Summit’s exhibition fair. Her full radio interview can be accessed here. “Children don’t need education even in emergencies; they need education especially in emergencies,” stressed UNICEF’s Executive Director, Anthony Lake. “Without an education, how will they gain the knowledge and skills to chart their own futures – and to someday lend their hands to building more peaceful, stable futures for their societies? And how can we hope to reach our global development goals for education if we don’t focus on children trapped in humanitarian emergencies – who represent almost half of all children out of school today?” Mr. Lake asked. Answers to these questions will continue to be raised on the second and last day of the World Humanitarian Summit, as government representative and leaders from the private and public sectors work together to commit to the five core responsibilities of the UN Secretary-General’s Agenda for Humanity: Prevent and end conflict Respect rules of war Leave no one behind Working differently to end need Invest in humanity read more

WOMENS EHF CL Rostov Don and Brest Bretagne join Gyor at TOPWOMENS EHF CL Rostov Don and Brest Bretagne join Gyor at TOP

Womens EHF Champions League Women’s EHF Champions League Round 4 played around Europe last weekend with one match to be played on Monday, when Gyori Audi ETO KC can confirm placement at TOP 12 (Main Round) against German Thuringer.With a victory, Hungarian team could help Slovenian RK Krim Mercator to secure place at Main Round two matches before the end of Preliminary Round.Only three teams have secured places at Main Round – Russian Rostov Don, French Brest Bretagne and reigning EHF CL winners from Gyor.GROUP A:Odense HC 5 Metz Handball 5Buducnost 4Larvik HK 2Group B:Rostov Don 7Brest Bretagne 5Kobenhavn 4IK Savehof 0Group C:Gyori Audi ETO KC 6RK Krim Mercator 5HC Podravka Vegeta 3Thuringer 0Group D:FTC Rail Cargo Hungaria 6CSM Bucuresti 4Vipers Kristiansand 3SG BBM Bietegheim 3PHOTO: Slavko Kolar ← Previous Story TOP 5 goals of EHF Champions League 2018/2019 Round 6 Next Story → Israeli League: The two Rishon LeZion teams on top read more

La météorite de Tcheliabinsk a frôlé le Soleil ou heurté un autreLa météorite de Tcheliabinsk a frôlé le Soleil ou heurté un autre

first_imgLa météorite de Tcheliabinsk a frôlé le Soleil ou heurté un autre corps avant d’arriver sur TerreSelon une nouvelle étude russe, la météorite tombée en février dernier à Tcheliabinsk aurait heurté un autre corps ou frôlé le Soleil avant de s’écraser sur Terre. Des fragments indiquent en effet que l’objet a connu un processus de fusion intense avant son entrée dans l’atmosphère.Alors que la majorité des météorites se contente de s’écraser sur Terre sans faire davantage de dégâts, c’est un évènement majeur qui s’est produit à Tcheliabinsk en Russie en février dernier. Un objet rocheux s’est désintégré dans le ciel causant une explosion si puissante que l’onde de choc a créé d’importants dégâts et fait plus de 1.000 blessés dans cette ville de l’Oural. D’après les dernières estimations, l’astéroïde mesurait environ 17 mètres pour une masse comprise entre 5.000 et 10.000 tonnes. Grâce aux recherches réalisées dans la région, plusieurs fragments ont pu être retrouvés et ceux-ci livrent aujourd’hui de précieuses informations concernant l’objet spatial. Selon une étude parue mardi, l’astéroïde aurait en effet connu un processus de fusion intense avant même d’entrer dans l’atmosphère terrestre. Autrement dit, soit l’objet serait entré en collision avec un autre corps, soit il aurait frôlé le Soleil d’un peu trop près.Des fragments de structure différentePour en arriver à cette conclusion, les scientifiques de l’Institute of Geology and Mineralogy (IGM) de Novosibirsk en Russie ont analysé des fragments de la météorite en utilisant différentes techniques. Ceci a permis de constater que tous les morceaux présentaient la même composition minérale mais pas la même structure et la même texture. Face à cela, les chercheurs ont divisé les fragments en trois types, en se basant sur leur couleur et leur structure : clair, foncé, et intermédiaire. Les fragments les plus clairs sont les plus communs, mais les plus foncés ont été trouvés en nombre le long de la trajectoire de la météorite, avec une concentration maximale près de là où elle s’est écrasée. Or, la structure, la texture et la composition minérale de ces fragments foncés montrent qu’ils ont été formés par un processus de fusion très intense, qui s’est produit avant que l’astéroïde connaisse les températures extrêmement élevées dues à l’entrée dans l’atmosphère terrestre. “Sur les nombreux fragments que nous avons analysé, seuls trois échantillons sombres montrent des indices forts de métamorphisme et de fusion précoce”, a expliqué le Dr Victor Sharygin de l’IGM lors de la Goldschmidt conference tenue à Florence. “Cependant, de nombreux fragments de la météorite ont été ramassés par le public, donc il est impossible de dire quelle portion de la météorite a été affectée” par ce processus. “La météorite qui s’est écrasée près de Tcheliabinsk est un type connu sous le nom de chondrite LL5 et c’est assez commun pour ces objets d’avoir subi un processus de fusion avant de tomber sur Terre”, a indiqué le Dr Sharygin. “Ceci veut presque certainement dire qu’il y a eu une collision entre la météorite de Tcheliabinsk et un autre corps du système solaire ou une quasi-collision avec le Soleil”, a t-il ajouté cité dans un communiqué. Des éléments sous une forme inhabituelle Le matériau trouvé dans les fragments sombres diffère également des autres échantillons puisqu’il présente de petites “bulles” sphériques qui sont incrustées de cristaux d’oxydes, de silicates et de métaux, et remplies de métaux et de sulfure. De façon surprenante, l’équipe d’IGM y a également trouvé de petites quantités d’éléments appartenant au groupe du platine dans la croûte de fusion de la météorite. À lire aussiBoisson, météorite et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 5 septembreCette présence est assez inhabituelle dans la mesure où cette croûte se forme normalement trop rapidement pour que ces éléments puissent s’y accumuler facilement. Aussi, d’habitude, ils sont plutôt dispersés dans les minéraux de la météorite. Mais là, “nous les avons trouvés sous la forme d’un minéral de 100-200 nanomètres à l’intérieur d’une goutte dans la croûte de fusion de la météorite”, a détaillé le Dr Sharygin. “Nous pensons que cette formation pourrait être liée à des changements de composition durant les processus de refusion et d’oxydation quand la météorite est entrée en contact avec l’oxygène atmosphérique”, a t-il précisé. Mais pour confirmer ces hypothèses, il faudra mener davantage d’analyses sur les fragments. “Nous espérons en savoir plus une fois que le corps principal de la météorite sera sorti du lac de Tchebarkoul” où l’objet a fini sa course, a ainsi conclu le chercheur.Le 27 août 2013 à 16:13 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

British Airways Tests VR Entertainment on Select FirstClass FlightsBritish Airways Tests VR Entertainment on Select FirstClass Flights

first_imgStay on target First Class customers on select British Airways flights from London Heathrow to New York JFK can now pass the time in virtual reality.Through the end of this year, BA is providing a selection of films, documentaries, and travel programs in 2D, 3D, and 360-degree formats.Headsets from VR eyewear specialist SkyLights provide travelers with an immersive experience, whether the seat back is in the upright and locked position or fully reclined.“We are always looking at the latest technology to enhance our customers’ experience on the ground and in the air,” Sajida Ismail, head of inflight product at BA, said in a statement.British Airways is the first UK airline to trial this technology. The company selected a range of therapeutic programs—including guided meditation and sound therapy—geared at those passengers with a fear of flying.A range of therapeutic programs are available for passengers with a fear of flying (via Nick Morrish/British Airways)“Virtual reality has the power to revolutionize in-flight entertainment and we’re really excited to trial these new glasses as they should create a unique and memorable journey for our First [Class] customers,” Ismail said.Top-tier patrons can look for VR headsets on selected BA117 through December 2019.Earlier this year, BA trialled the virtual reality technology at Heathrow Terminal 5, giving premium customers a glimpse of the simulated Club World cabin.These new features come as British Airways celebrates 100 years of air travel with an exhibition at London’s Saatchi Gallery, and a £6.5 billion ($7.9 billion) investment to improve its aircraft.Over the next five years, look for high-quality Wi-Fi and power in every seat, updated interiors, and 72 new aircraft.Watch: This Electric Train-Plane Hybrid Is the Best of Both WorldsMore on Geek.com:British Airways to Fuel Flights With Household WasteFord Wants to Design Cars With Virtual Reality SketchesArmchair Astronomers Can Now Visit a Black Hole—In Virtual Reality ‘Doctor Who’ Returns This Fall With Interactive VR GameWatch The Trailer For BBC’s ‘Doctor Who’ VR Special last_img read more

Ryan Sethi shows how passion and determination can fulfill any dreamRyan Sethi shows how passion and determination can fulfill any dream

first_imgRyan SethiPR HandoutRyan Sethi is a popular travel bloggers, an internet guru, and a successful digital marketer. Having created an image for himself, he has shown how passion and determination can fulfill any dream.Social media influencer Ryan Sethi rose to fame and popularity because of his work ok Instagram. At a very young age, Ryan was sure about what he wants to do in his life. He made sure every step he takes pushes him towards his dreams and passion.Ryan is one of the most popular travel bloggers, an internet guru, and a successful digital marketer. He worked hard to build his own image on Instagram and keeps sharing posts and videos of the places he travels, his blogs and brand collaborations.All of his amazing work has helped Ryan Sethi with a great number of fan following. Not just the fan following and incredible work as an influencer, Ryan also inspired people by being a millionaire at the age of 19.For Ryan Sethi, his work doesn’t feel like work as he enjoys doing it. He believes that one needs to be aware of trends and develop a connect with people who follow their work and deliver them the best.Ryan doesn’t want to stop here. He wants to make sure his work reaches to masses and he does something big on the internet and in the field of travel blogging.last_img read more

Bar Employees Now Charged In Connection With Fatal Drunk Driving Crash ThatBar Employees Now Charged In Connection With Fatal Drunk Driving Crash That

first_imgGail Delaughter | Houston Public MediaHarris County DA Kim Ogg announces the new charges at a press conference on April 5th, 2018. The Harris County District Attorney’s office said on Thursday a total of four people are now facing charges in connection with the crash that happened on February 28 on the I-45 Feeder Road at El Dorado Boulevard. 20-year-old Veronica Rivas was indicted this week on two counts of vehicular manslaughter.Also facing charges under a new Harris County initiative is 24-year-old Devin Jackson, the son of the owner of the Crescent City Connection Sports and Oyster Bar, the place where Rivas and her 17-year-old friend were drinking prior to the crash. He’s accused of providing alcohol to a minor.Facing the same charge is 23-year-old John C. Medina. He also has an additional charge of aggravated perjury by lying to a grand jury. A bartender is facing charges as well. 40-year-old Amy L. Allen is charged with acting with criminal negligence by allowing the underaged women to drink.36-year-old Shayla Joseph and her three-month-old son Braylan Joseph were killed in that crash.District Attorney Kim Ogg said the charges come as part of a new initiative to stem the county’s high drunk driving rates. According to TxDOT’s figures, 159 people were killed in drunk driving crashes in Harris County in 2016.“We are ground zero for alcohol related car crashes and deaths in the United States,” said Ogg. “We really couldn’t do worse as our current record.”To try to stem those high numbers, Ogg explained they’re now investigating where a drunk driver obtained alcohol before causing a fatal wreck.“We track the source of the alcohol to a specific person and place and that’s what this investigation represents, that’s exactly what we’ve done,” said Ogg.Ogg added that the bars themselves could also face administrative penalties from the County Attorney and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission if they’re found to have served someone prior to a fatal crash. Sharelast_img read more

Its a Pampered Dogs LifeIts a Pampered Dogs Life

first_imgIt’s a dog’s world in D.C.! There are doggie daycare centers, overnight hotels, parks, psychics, walkers, specialty clothing shops and natural and organic foods. There’s even a special day when dogs swim at pools for an annual splash.Debbie Gomes, 39, owner of Little Rascals, a doggy daycare in Ward 4, said when she opened seven years ago, people told her the concept would not work. But it did work. Gomes said many of her clients work long hours and need to be assured that their dogs are in good hands. “I didn’t like the type of treatment my own dog was getting so I opened a business that would provide the services that I wanted for my dog,” said Gomes.Little Rascals is prominently located on the corner of Missouri and Georgia avenues in a building that was a bank and a school. One of two locations, it can house as many as 60 dogs.“We have 40 dogs today but you don’t hear one of them barking. If your dog is barking then it is not being taken care of properly,” Gomes said as she escorted two Great Danes to a transport vehicle. “Our dogs feel very comfortable and well attended.”Gomes also said students from neighboring high schools have interned at the site after going through a thorough training. “We’ve been very happy with our high school interns,” said Gomes. Local chain stores Safeway, Giant, Harris Teeter, Whole Foods, Walmart and Trader Joe’s have dedicated isles to dog lovers and other pets. “It’s big business,” said Craig Muckle, manager of public affairs and government operations at Safeway Stores. “Selling pet products has become very sophisticated over the years. To have an entire aisle dedicated to pets means that we are totally committed to the needs of the customers we serve and their pets.”PetSmart, the largest specialty retailers of services and solutions for pets has more than 1,000 stores nationwide and in Canada. In 2013, it collected $1.8 billion in sales and services.Has your dog attended the swimming party? Well, the D.C. Department of Parks and Recreation, the Department of Health and the Washington Humane Society hold an annual Doggie Day Swim at the end of the outdoor swimming season at selected pools. Hundreds of well-behaved and licensed dogs accompanied by a responsible person participate in several fun activities. Rhonda Thomas, 59, has been living with dogs all her life. “I believe animals have souls. Just because humans have dominion over them doesn’t mean that we are any better than them. I treat my dogs like I treat my fellow man, with respect,” said Thomas.Christie Lynn Diller, media spokesperson for the Washington Humane Society said it has 10 open abuse and neglect cases on any given day. “We are educating some residents in the District how to properly care for animals, even if it means taking them to court,” said Diller. “Sometimes the neglect or abuse is not intentional,” said Thomas, who is creating a nonprofit organization to provide services to sick dogs and families who may be facing hardships. “I want to help people keep their pets when they don’t have the financial means,” said Thomas. “Sometimes dog neglect may be a result of having to properly take care of your dog or taking care of yourself and other family members.”The District government has seen an increase in revenue for dog licensing. In 2004, approximately $77 thousand for annual fees was collected for dog licensing. Over the years, it steadily increased reaching an all-time high of $120 thousand in 2012. Last year, the fee collection decreased to $75 thousand. Although requests were made to several agencies, government officials gave no explanation for the decline.last_img read more

Longer Mammogram Evaluation Does Not Reduce Breast Cancer DetectionLonger Mammogram Evaluation Does Not Reduce Breast Cancer Detection

first_img News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more 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 News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins 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 News | Colonoscopy Systems | August 06, 2019 Rise in Early Onset Colorectal Cancer Not Aligned With Screening Trends A new study finds that trends in colonoscopy rates did not fully align with the increase in colorectal cancer (CRC) in… read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | 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 Related Content News | Mammography | May 10, 2016 Longer Mammogram Evaluation Does Not Reduce Breast Cancer Detection U.K. study investigates whether mammogram readers become less accurate with more time on task News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 07, 2019 Contrast Use in First Transthoracic Echocardiogram for Heart Failure Reduces Repeat Testing Heart failure is the fourth most common cause for all admission to U.S. hospitals, and it is the most common reason for… read more May 10, 2016 — Longer time spent by film readers interpreting screening mammograms did not result in a reduced rate of breast cancer detection, according to a study appearing in the May 10 issue of JAMA.Interpreting screening mammograms is a difficult and repetitive visual search task, for which characteristics of cancer are disguised among background breast parenchyma (tissue), resulting in false-positive recalls and missed cancers. In similar visual search tasks, a vigilance decrement (decreasing detection rates with time on task) has been observed in a large number of psychological laboratory experiments, including assembly line inspection tasks and airport baggage screening. In the United Kingdom (U.K.), two film readers independently evaluate each mammogram for signs of cancer.Sian Taylor-Phillips, Ph.D., of the University of Warwick, Coventry, U.K., and colleagues investigated whether a vigilance decrement to detect cancer in breast screening practice exists and whether changing the order in which two experts examined a batch of mammograms could increase the cancer detection rate, through readers’ experiencing peak vigilance at differing points within the reading batch.The study was conducted at 46 specialized breast screening centers from the National Health Service (NHS) Breast Screening Program in England for one year. Three hundred sixty readers participated, all fully qualified to report mammograms in the NHS breast screening program. The two readers examined each batch of digital mammograms in the same order in the control group and in the opposite order to one another in the intervention group.Among 1,194,147 women who had screening mammograms (596,642 in the intervention group; 597,505 in the control group), the images were interpreted in 37,688 batches (median batch size, 35), with each reader interpreting a median of 176 batches. After completion of all subsequent diagnostic tests, a total of 10,484 cases (0.88 percent) of breast cancer were detected. There was no significant difference in cancer detection rate with 5,272 cancers (0.88 percent) detected in the intervention group versus 5,212 cancers (0.87 percent) detected in the control group (recall rate, 4.14 percent versus 4.17 percent; rate of reader disagreements, 3.43 percent versus 3.48 percent).“The intervention did not influence cancer detection rate, recall rate or rate of disagreement between readers. There was no pattern of decreasing cancer detection rate with time on task as predicted by previous research on vigilance decrements as a psychological phenomenon,” the authors wrote.For more information: www.jama.jamanetwork.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read morelast_img read more

Air Canada adds 6 new routes to Australia South America Caribbean USAir Canada adds 6 new routes to Australia South America Caribbean US

first_img MONTREAL — Air Canada is boosting its 2017-18 schedule with six new seasonal routes, including five on Air Canada Rouge – Vancouver-Orlando, Toronto-Belize, Toronto-St. Vincent, Montreal-Lima and Montreal-Phoenix – and one on Air Canada (Vancouver-Melbourne). All flights are now open for bookings and all are part of the airline’s strategic expansion of its international network.So far in 2017 Air Canada has launched new international services between Montreal-Shanghai, with Vancouver-Taipei, Vancouver-Nagoya, Vancouver-Frankfurt, Vancouver-London Gatwick, Toronto-Mumbai, Toronto-Berlin, Toronto-Reykjavik, Montreal-Reykjavik, Montreal-Tel Aviv, Montreal-Algiers and Montreal-Marseille inaugural services to begin in the weeks to come.“Air Canada is continuing its strategic, global expansion with a diverse range of exciting new non-stop routes this winter to Australia, South America, the Caribbean and the United States,” said Benjamin Smith, President, Passenger Airlines at Air Canada. “Vancouver-Melbourne is our third route to Australia, in addition to year-round service to Sydney and Brisbane. Our seasonal Melbourne service will provide additional options for business travellers between North America and Australia as well as Australians seeking a Canadian winter vacation experience.”More news:  War of words between Transat, Group Mach ramps upMontreal-Lima is Air Canada’s first South American route from its Montreal hub, and will offer travellers from Quebec and Atlantic Canada convenient access to Peru, complementing existing year-round flights from Toronto, says Smith.The addition of the first long-haul, international scheduled service to St. Vincent in the Caribbean, along with the addition of Toronto-Belize, Montreal-Phoenix, Vancouver-Orlando “offers new choices for travellers looking to escape Canadian winters,” he adds.All new routes are timed to optimize connectivity at Air Canada’s Toronto, Montreal and Vancouver hubs to and from the airline’s network across North America and globally.The Vancouver-Melbourne service is four times weekly and runs Dec. 1, 2017 – Feb. 4, 2018. The Vancouver-Orlando flights run Dec. 20 – April 8, twice weekly. Toronto-Belize City starts Dec. 15 and goes through April 13, with weekly flights. Toronto-St. Vincent is also weekly, from Dec. 14 – April 12. Montreal-Lima starts Dec. 16 and goes until May 27, twice weekly. Montreal-Phoenix will operate Feb. 22 – May 28, three times weekly. Travelweek Group Tags: Air Canada, Air Canada rouge, America, Arizona, Australia & New Zealand, Belize, New Routes, Orlando, Peru, St. Vincent and the Grenadines Wednesday, May 3, 2017 Air Canada adds 6 new routes to Australia, South America, Caribbean, U.S.center_img << Previous PostNext Post >> Share Posted bylast_img read more

Coop workers give union green light to call strikeCoop workers give union green light to call strike

first_imgWorkers at the Cyprus Cooperative Bank (formerly the Cooperative Central Bank) on Thursday gave their union the green light to take all necessary action, including strikes, as a reaction to the bank’s recent sacking of a number of employees.In ballots taken across the districts, 99.08 per cent of CCB employees authorised bank workers’ union Etyk to take action as it saw fit.In a statement, Etyk said its swift response to the bank’s action, which it called arbitrary and unacceptable, had already resulted in suspending the sackings.The bank’s management recently fired a number of employees who held non-performing loans.  You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Stolen church bell in north recoveredStolen church bell in north recovered

first_imgA church bell that was stolen from a church in Fyllia in the north of Cyprus was found in a house in Morphou, according to Turkish Cypriot media.The church bell is estimated to cost around €150,000 and was taken from the church on August 24.Police arrested two suspects for the theft, and it is reported that the two were planning on selling the bell to an individual in the south for the sum of €50,000.The two men are accused of illegal ownership and theft of archaeological artefacts and the ‘court’ has remanded them for a period of three days.You May LikeHistory DailyLook Closer…Unedited Photos Captured In NatureHistory DailyUndoWomen's MethodThese Dog Breeds Are The Greatest Partners When Getting OldWomen’s MethodUndoCodigosi.comDiscover 8 tricks that will change the life of your clothesCodigosi.comUndo UK plays Brexit hardball with ‘stubborn’ EUUndoFamagusta municipality says Varosha entry goes against UN regulationsUndoCypriot ambassadors gather in Nicosia for annual briefingUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Tourism minister to begin two months of contacts with operators abroadTourism minister to begin two months of contacts with operators abroad

first_imgThe deputy minister for tourism Savvas Perdios is to begin a round of contacts abroad to discuss prospects for the coming winter season 2019-2020, and also the current summer season, which as just opened, an announcement said on Tuesday.Perdios will, for the next two months, hold meetings with leading tourism organisations abroad to exchange views. He plans to meet tour operators from the UK, Germany, Austria, the Middle East and the US, the announcement added.“The purpose is to look at the existing plans of the major tourist organisations abroad and to have an in-depth discussion with them on strengthening cooperation relations with Cyprus.”Cyprus saw almost four million visitors last year and hopes to maintain these levels for 2019 despite challenges in terms of Brexit uncertainty, and other economic issues in main markets such as Russia and Germany.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoModernizeIf Your Home Has Old Roofing, Read ThisModernizeUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more