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Hakim urges Lighting dept DG to maintain coordination with CESC

first_imgKolkata: Mayor Firhad Hakim directed the Director General (DG) of the Lighting department and DG (Civil) to maintain coordination with CESC, so that there is no revenue loss of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation when it comes to charging them for taking up work on land belonging to the civic body.The matter came up for discussion at the monthly meeting of the KMC on Monday, when Congress councillor Prakash Upadhyay proposed that the KMC would levy hefty charges on CESC for laying cables or fixing light posts for the purpose of electricity connection on KMC land. “The CESC charges a monthly bill of Rs 30 crore from the KMC, which amounts to a whopping Rs 360 crore in a year. But when CESC uses KMC land for their purpose, they do not pay the KMC enough,” Upadhyay said. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersResponding to his proposal, Hakim said the civic body is bound by some provisions of Indian Telegraph Act 1885 and Electricity Act 2003, under which it levies charges on the power utility. “The concerned officials should remain alert and ensure that charges are levied upon CESC as per provisions of the two Acts,” he maintained. The Mayor instructed the DG of the Lighting department and DG (Civil) to address the issue in a proper manner and maintain liaison with CESC to prevent any revenue loss for the civic body in this connection.last_img read more

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Adulterated milk powder manufacturing racket busted

first_imgKolkata: The Enforcement Branch (EB) of Kolkata Police unearthed a racket that produced adulterated milk powder and arrested two persons in this connection from Rajakatra in Burrabazar on Wednesday morning.Police found several packets of a well-known milk powder producing company, which were being used for the packaging of the adulterated milk powder. According to the police, sleuths from the enforcement branch recently got a tip-off that there was a warehouse in the city where adulterated milk was being produced. Also Read – Centuries-old Durga Pujas continue to be hit among revellersWorking on the information, the sleuths found out that the warehouse was located on the Netaji Subhas Road in Rajakatra. To confirm the information, police kept strict vigil on the warehouse for a few days. When they had enough evidences that adulterated milk powder was being manufactured at the warehouse, they launch a raid on Wednesday morning. Two persons were caught mixing milk powder from two different packets of local companies. They were putting the adulterated milk powder into the packets of the well-known milk producing company. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari PujaSeeing the police, both of them tried to flee but they failed as several police personnel had surrounded the warehouse. The accused persons were identified as Sunil Tanti and Arup Bhaduri. They will remain in police custody till March 19. Police conducted a search and found 95 cartons filled with the adulterated milk powder and containers, cartons and jars of the well-known milk producing company. About 3,890 kg of adulterated milk powder was seized by the cops. During the interrogation, the arrested persons revealed that Dilip Saha was the owner of the warehouse and he had managed to give cops a slip. Sleuths are trying to nab him as soon as possible. A case has been lodged at the Burrabazar police station in this regard. Sleuths are also trying find out where the adulterated milk was supplied. The police are sure that more persons are connected with the racket and several shop owners also know about the illegal practice.last_img read more

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Palestinians harmed by fishing restrictions off Gaza say UN aid officials

The Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) called for an immediate easing of the restrictions given that April is the start of the annual high season, when fish migrate from the Nile Delta region in Egypt to Turkish waters across the Mediterranean Sea.Under current restrictions, Palestinians are allowed to fish only up to six nautical miles off the Gaza coast, whereas a deal in 2002 between the UN and Israel allowed for fishing up to 12 miles off the coast and the Oslo Accords of 1993 gave fishing rights for up to 20 miles.The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) have said the restrictions are necessary to prevent Palestinians smuggling weapons into the Gaza Strip.Margareta Wahlström, Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, described the relaxation of restrictions as critical.“Being confined so close to shore has meant poor catches for Gazan fishermen in terms of fish size, value and quantity,” she said, adding that fish stocks have depleted because many natural breeding grounds are close to shore.Many of the Israeli restrictions seem to be imposed arbitrarily, OCHA said in a press release, with fishing allowed in some locations but not others, and on some days but not others. It called for a means of communication between Israeli naval boats and Palestinian fishermen to reduce the hazards.OCHA also said that many Gaza residents now buy fish imported from Israel at a much higher price because of the restrictions, placing the commodity out of reach of many people.For the families of the fishermen, the reduced income means they have become progressively impoverished over the past six years, and now depend on aid and jobs from the World Food Programme (WFP), the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) and other humanitarian agencies. 19 April 2007Israeli restrictions on where Palestinian fishermen can work in the waters off the Gaza Strip are hurting more than 40,000 people who depend on the industry as their main source of income, the United Nations humanitarian arm warned today. read more

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Cruel prank at Hamilton McDonalds goes viral

Two Hamilton men are being shamed after posting a video of a cruel prank at a McDonald’s – that went viral on Facebook.The video shows two men throwing a half-eaten cheeseburger and a drink into the face of a man who was sleeping at a nearby table. The two are laughing, as they run out of the restaurant. It was posted on Facebook early Monday morning by Joey Alexander Reid. 23 year old Matthew West is tagged in the post. It’s now been deleted from his Facebook page. The incident happened Sunday night at the McDonald’s at Barton and Lottridge. Matthew West now admits it wasn’t funny. Reaction and comments are coming in from around the world, including some threats. At this point, no charges have been laid. Hamilton police say they are aware of the video and the incident and are investigating. read more

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On World Radio Day UN stresses need to promote womens voices over

“Without the voices of more than half the world’s population, how can we understand the whole story?” Irina Bokova, Director-General of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), said in her message for the Day. In 2011, the UNESCO General Conference proclaimed 13 February as World Radio Day, the day United Nations Radio was established in 1946. Radio is the most prevalent mass medium, with the ability to reach up to 95 per cent of the world’s population. World Radio Day aims to celebrate radio as a medium; to improve international cooperation between broadcasters; and to encourage major networks and community radio alike to promote access to information, freedom of expression and gender equality over the airwaves. This year, the Day has a dual theme: to promote the voice of women over the air waves and to enhance the role of women within broadcast organizations. Radio, said Ms. Bokova, is vital for promoting gender equality and the empowerment of women. “From pioneering executives in the early 20th century to those today reporting from conflict zones, women have played a key role in the growth of radio. “As citizen journalists, reporters, producers, technicians and key decision-makers, women are working at every level of the broadcasting industry to ensure the free exchange of opinion, information and ideas over the airwaves. “But there is still much work to do,” she stressed, noting that less than one quarter of radio stories are about women, and women represent less than one-third of all top-level management and governance positions in media. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, in his message, underlined the need for radio broadcasters everywhere to promote the voice of women and to enhance the role of women within broadcast organizations. “The airwaves have frequently lagged behind when it comes to gender equality. Not nearly enough women’s voices are heard – either in front or behind the microphone,” he stated. “Not nearly enough stories about women and girls are being told. And women make up only a quarter of the members of the boards of the world’s media enterprises.” On its website, UNESCO has created a dedicated portal for the Day, which features a host of related audio and video messages, including from Frank La Rue UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression, Suzana Owiyo Singer, and Goodwill Ambassador for the UN Environment Program (UNEP), and Stephane Dujarric, Director of the News and Media Division in the UN Department of Public Information. read more

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UK car production to smash export record

Provisional output data released today by the Office for National Statistics shows: Best November performance since 2000, despite loss of MG Rover Production for export up 4.4 per cent in November and 0.9 per cent in year-to-date ‘Export volumes continue to boost car production in the UK’, said Christopher Macgowan, SMMT chief executive. ‘Eight in every ten cars made in the UK in November is destined for export markets and we expect the 2005 total to reach record volumes and market share. Overall car output in 2005 should hit 1.6 million units, a little down on 2004 but still a strong performance.’ Strong exports deliver CV growth UK car production to smash export record DownloadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) November CV production fell 0.6 per cent on November 2004 Export production rose 12.5 per cent on November 2004 Rolling annual total of 208,052 units at year-to-November ‘Like car production, commercial vehicle exports have underpinned output throughout 2005,’ said Christopher Macgowan, SMMT chief executive. ‘Growth in November meant that total CV production for the month was broadly the same as last year. Overall, we expect total CV production will be close to 210,000 units by the year end.’ read more

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PPP rejects Lindo Creek CoI findings says it wrongly tarnishes Joint

General Secretary of the PPP, Dr Bharrat JagdeoThe findings of the Commission to Inquiry (CoI) into the Lindo Creek killings, which was leaked to certain sections of the media, has come as no surprise to the Opposition People’s Progressive Party (PPP).This is according to a statement issued by the Party on Saturday, where it was outlined, among other things, that while the Party was expecting a certain outcome it was disappointed that blame was laid at the feet of the Joint Services men and women.According to the PPP “So while we emphatically reject the findings of the Donald Trotman Commission of Inquiry, we are not surprised by it. In fact, we predicted it. However, it is a real tragedy when a Government can travel to such extent to protect criminals and tarnish our law enforcement officers, who risk their lives every day to protect the law abiding citizens of this land.”Moreover, the Party posited that “We knew that this Commission was established with a preconceived intention of holding the Joint Services liable and to exonerate the notorious killer, Rondell Rawlins also known as “Fine Man” and his murderous gang. We pointed out that a close relative of a leading member of the Coalition Government was appointed as the lone Commissioner to bring home this finding. Nearly a year later and after the expenditure of unknown millions of taxpayers’ dollars, we have been vindicated.”Commissioner, Lindo Creek CoI, retired Justice Donald TrotmanAlmost 10 years after the eight miners were killed, the Commission of Inquiry (CoI) into the Lindo Creek Massacre, commenced in February of this year. Retired Justice Donald Trotman, 80, father of incumbent Minister Raphael Trotman, was the lone Commissioner selected by Granger to oversee the CoI.The Commissioner had said that the main objective of the CoI was to find the truth and to bring healing and closure to the nation as a whole.However, he rejected suggestions to extend the CoI’s focus to several years before 2008 when other major criminal activities had plagued the country.The PPP had said that the inquiry should have started from the period 1998 when the real wave of ethno-political violence commenced, which would assist in addressing the root cause of the violence.Some time between June 12, 2008 and June 24, 2008, miners Cecil Arokium, Dax Arokium, Compton Speirs, Horace Drakes, Clifton Wong, Lancelot Lee, Bonny Harry and Nigel Torres were shot and killed, and their bodies burnt at the Upper Berbice River mining camp which was being operated by Leonard Arokium.See the PPP’s full statement below:From the inception, the People’s Progressive Party (PPP) expressed no confidence in the establishment of a Commission to inquire into the Lindo Creek killings.We knew that this Commission was established with a preconceived intention of holding the Joint Services liable and to exonerate the notorious killer, Rondell Rawlins also known as “Fine Man” and his murderous gang. We pointed out that a close relative of a leading member of the Coalition Government was appointed as the lone Commissioner to bring home this finding. Nearly a year later and after the expenditure of unknown millions of taxpayers’ dollars, we have been vindicated.Certain PNC leaders’ close affiliation with criminals, criminal gangs and their posture against the law enforcement agencies are well documented and have a long history. The draping of our national flag on the coffin of the notorious criminal Blackie London and marching with his corpse along the streets of Georgetown; the nocturnal visits of many leaders of that party, including, a close relative of the lone Commissioner, in south Buxton to liaise with criminal gangs hiding out in “the gulf”; the labelling of the 2001 jailbreak escapees, who terrorized law abiding citizens for years, as “freedom fighters”; their mass street protests against segments of the Guyana Police Force (GPF), who bravely took on the bandits; the continuous pardoning of convicted criminals by President Granger – are all irrefutable evidence of where they stand on this issue.So while we emphatically reject the findings of the Donald Trotman Commission of Inquiry, we are not surprised by it. In fact, we predicted it. However, it is a real tragedy when a Government can travel to such extent to protect criminals and tarnish our law enforcement officers, who risk their lives every day to protect the law abiding citizens of this land.To our Joint Services men and women, who have been wrongly tarnished in this Report, we say, do not despair, we stand with you, and we are sure that so do a large majority of our citizens.People’s Progressive Party Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedTrotman heading Lindo Creek COI a Conflict of Interest says PPP/CJanuary 31, 2018In “latest news”Lindo Creek COI ‘turning out to be an assault on the GDF’- JagdeoMay 17, 2018In “latest news”Lindo creek CoI being held “in camera” – HarmonFebruary 22, 2018In “latest news” read more

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Woman 22 dies in Cork house fire

first_imgA 22-YEAR-old woman has died in a house fire in Cork.Gardaí in Midleton are investigating all the circumstances of the fatal house fire, which occurred at New Cork Road in Midleton at approximately 3.30am today.A 22-year-old female was pronounced dead at the scene. Three other people were brought to Mercy Hospital Cork and have since been released.The scene is preserved but gardaí currently believe that there is nothing suspicious about the fatal blaze.Originally posted 07:50last_img

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The High Commissioner of Cyprus visits the Greek Centre

first_imgMartha Mavrommati, Cyprus’ High Commissioner in Australia, paid a visit to the Greek Centre on Lonsdale Street on Wednesday 3 January. Accompanied by the representative of the Cypriot Community of Apostolos Andreas, Marina Theodorou, the High Commissioner met with the President of the Greek Community of Melbourne and Victoria (GCMV), Bill Papastergiadis, Vice President Theo Markos, General Secretary Kostas Markos and board member Dimitris Bosinakis. Ms Mavrommati and the leaders of the GCMV discussed the latest updates on the Cypriot issue, as well as the upcoming Presidential elections in Cyprus, scheduled to take place on 28 January (with a second round possibly happening on 4 February).From their part, the President and board members of the GCMV offered a detailed account of the organisations activities and reaffirmed that the Greek Centre is always open to host events organised by the High Commission and Cypriot Community Associations. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Drunken driving victims share ordeals to protect others

first_imgA cane in his hand, the man approached the front of the conference room. Behind him, a picture of a demolished truck appeared on an overhead screen.A dark-haired woman handed him a microphone as he faced the audience of 100 people.“My name is Doug Miner,” he said. “And I’m an alcoholic.”Miner explained how the photo of his truck was taken after he drove drunk in 1997 and crashed into a wall in Portland. He wasn’t supposed to live. Today, the victim of a traumatic brain injury has short-term memory problems and has had to teach himself basic motor skills.“Everything I do, the doctors said I couldn’t do,” the 43-year-old Vancouver man said. “I had to grow up all over again.”Miner shared his story to show the terrible potential effects of drinking and driving. His audience mostly consisted of DUI defendants who had been court-ordered to attend Clark County’s victim impact panel class.The DUI victim impact panel program, which reaches approximately 2,400 people a year, isn’t new; it’s been offered in Clark County for 20 years. Still, it comes with added importance now, proponents say, because of stiffer penalties for DUI drivers who kill.Last month, Gov. Chris Gregoire signed into law a bill that raises the stakes for those convicted of DUI vehicular homicide to the same punishment as first-degree manslaughter. The sentence for a first-time offender used to be 31 to 41 months in prison. Now, offenders face 6- to 8-year terms.last_img read more

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RIAA Reports Music Industry Revenue Up In Early 2017

RIAA Reports Music Industry Revenue Up In Early 2017

first_img Twitter News Email Facebook RIAA: Music Industry Revenues Up riaa-reports-music-industry-revenue-early-2017 RIAA Reports: Music Industry Revenue Up In Early 2017 NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO May 15, 2017 – 1:50 am Chance The Rapper Wins Best Rap Album GRAMMY In the first six months of 2017, music retail revenues came in at $4 billion, which represents a 17 percent increase over early 2016. Of these numbers, streaming services, including paid subscriptions, free ad-supported tiers and radio streaming platforms, generated 62 percent of total music industry revenue.Financial windfall from streaming services has continued to rise over the last three years, increasing from $474,000 in the first part of 2015 to $1.7 million so far this year, a dramatic jump of 258 percent.While overall this is good news, unfortunately music creators are still seeing a decline in payments through SoundExchange, down 16 percent from this time in 2016. However, when factoring in direct payments some services make to labels, such as streaming radio service Pandora, the report shows revenue from digital radio has increased in 2017 by 21 percent.Continuing the trend of recent months, digital downloads have declined. In the first half of 2017, digital sales accounted for $757 million in revenue, less than half of what digital downloads brought in the first six months of 2013 at $1.54 billion.Physical music sales such as vinyl, CDs, cassettes, and music videos held steady in the first part of 2017, accounting for $632 million in sales, a 1 percent drop from 2016. Vinyl continued its growth trend, adding 3.2 percent from $176.1 million to $181.7 million. The RIAA attributes this to higher vinyl prices as opposed to an increase in unit sales.RIAA Reports: Music Streaming Is Accelerating Industry Growth RIAA report reveals that music industry revenues were up in the first half of 2017 led largely by paid streamingRenée FabianGRAMMYs Sep 25, 2017 – 4:07 pm Good news for the music industry in the first half of 2017 — according to the Recording Industry Association of America’s mid-year sales report, retail revenues are up by double digits.last_img read more

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British delegation wants inclusive polls in Bangladesh

British delegation wants inclusive polls in Bangladesh

first_imgVisiting British delegation held a meeting with a team Bangladesh Nationalist Party on Monday. Photo: UNBThe visiting British Conservative Party delegation on Monday hoped that Bangladesh’s next general election will be free, fair and competitive with the participation of major political parties.Talking to reporters after a meeting with BNP senior leaders, the UK’s ruling party delegation chief Anne Main MP also hoped that BNP will take part in the election.A seven-member Conservative Party delegation held the hour-long meeting with the BNP leaders at its chairperson Khaleda Zia’s Gulshan office in the capital.“This meeting tonight has been very constructive obviously. We discussed various issues and some problems BNP is facing. I really hope they’ll participate in the next election,” Anne said.She said the BNP leaders told them that the election should be run in a way so that they feel comfortable to participate in it.“We’re hopeful there’ll be a competitive election where everybody will feel that they will get the chance to meet, discuss, associate and hold meetings and speak up for the cause of people.”She said they expect that people will be able to vote for the candidates of their choice in the election.As a democratic person and citizen of a democratic country, the British MP said she thinks any election should be free, fair and participatory.BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, who led their party team at the meeting, said they had very good discussions. “We’ve informed them about Bangladesh’s political situation as they wanted to know about it.”He said the British Conservative Party delegation told them that they want to see credible and participatory election in Bangladesh so that people can freely exercise their right to franchise.BNP standing committee members Khandaker Mosharraf Hossain, Abdul Moyeen Khan, Nazrul Islam Khan, Amir Khosru Mahmud Chowdhury, chairperson’s advisers Sabihuddin Ahmed, Adbul Quayum and party special secretary Asaduzzaman Ripon were present here.A 22-member Conservative Party delegation, led by Anne, arrived in Bangladesh recently. They will visit Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar on Tuesday.last_img read more

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first_img“Somatom Force negates many aspects of CT that until now have limited its application. For example, the administration of contrast medium that proves problematic for many patients can be greatly lowered,” said Walter Märzendorfer, CEO, CT and radiation oncology, Siemens Healthcare. December 2, 2013 — Siemens Healthcare introduced Somatom Force, the company’s next-generation Dual Source computed tomography (CT) system, at the Radiological Society of North America Annual Meeting (RSNA 2013) in Chicago.  The Somatom Force enables faster imaging, more precise diagnoses reduces doses for even more groups of patients. The system extends CT imaging capabilities and dose-reduction features to some of the most challenging patients, such as patients who are very young, suffering from renal insufficiency, seriously ill or obese. Significantly Less ContrastPatients suffering from renal insufficiency can benefit from imaging on the Somatom Force, which has the potential to allow radiologists to use significantly less contrast medium.  Video Player is loading.Pierre Qian explains radiotherapy to ablate VTPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 7:34Loaded: 2.19%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -7:34 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Feature | December 02, 2013 Siemens’ Somatom Force Expands Limits of Conventional CT Imaging Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Chest Imaging With No Breath-HoldSomatom Force has the industry’s fastest acquisition rate of 737 mm per second, allowing an entire chest and abdomen study to be performed in just one second, which means that patients do not need to hold their breath. Because of the acquisition speed, even patients with high heart rates can be imaged without disruptive motion artifacts. In research use, Somatom Force has delivered diagnostic-quality images at a low dose for a patient with a 90 beats-per-minute heart rate with no use of beta blockers to slow the heart rate. Another advantage in chest imaging is the system’s enlarged 50 cm field of view in Turbo Flash Mode, which has an acquisition rate of almost 400 mm per second, allowing depiction of the entire chest in roughly one second. Video Player is loading.Mark Ibrahim explains what EPs need from CT imagingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 5:23Loaded: 3.08%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -5:23 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Related Content Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a GE Cardiographe Dedicated Cardiac CT Scanner This is a quick walk around of the GE Healthcare Cardiographe dedicated cardiac CT system on display at the… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more According to the national Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 10 percent of adult Americans — over 20 million people — have renal insufficiency due to chronic kidney disease.[1] Contrast medium containing iodine can also place an additional burden on the kidneys of older patients — particularly those with chronic illnesses. Initial research examinations on Somatom Force show that it is possible to conduct chest studies with between 25 and 35 ml of contrast versus the commonly administered 90 to 110 ml. This reduction is made possible by the two Vectron X-ray tubes in Somatom Force, which enable routine examinations at tube voltages of 70 to 100 kilovolts. This low tube voltage increases the contrast-to-noise ratio and can reduce the amount of contrast medium accordingly. For more information: www.medical.siemens.com, www.rsna.org center_img Videos | Computed Tomography (CT) | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: New Advances in CT Imaging Technology Cynthia McColl… read more Video Player is loading.Mahadevappa Mahesh discusses trends in medical physics at the 2019 AAPM meetingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 4:01Loaded: 4.04%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -4:01 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Videos | Radiation Therapy | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Use of Radiotherapy to Noninvasively Ablate Ventricular Tachycardia Pierre Qian, MBBS, read more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEOS | EP LAB | JULY 26, 2019 VIDEO: What Electrophysiologists Need From CT Imaging Prior to AF and VT Ablations Mark Ibrahim, M.D., F read more Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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National Chronic Kidney Disease Fact Sheet 2010.http://www.cdc.gov/diabetes/pubs/factsheets/kidney.htm 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 more Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: The History of CT Calcium Scoring Arthur Agatston, M.D., clinical pro read more [2] National Lung Screening Trial Research Team, et al (2011). Reduced lung-cancer mortality with low-dose computed tomographic screening. N Engl J Med, 365:395-409. 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The NLST study demonstrated that mortality rates can be reduced by 20 percent if early lung cancer detection is performed with low-dose CT versus conventional chest X-rays.[2] Somatom Force is particularly suitable for such early detection examinations because it is able to achieve previously unattained dose values in this type of setting — up to 50 percent lower radiation dose versus that of comparable CT systems, which is attributable to two special spectral filters known as Selective Photon Shields that optimize the X-ray spectrum to significantly improve the air/soft-tissue contrast. Early research examinations performed with Somatom Force show achievable dose values of 0.1 mSv for a lung scan. 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first_imgTags: Intair, TravelBrands Thursday, January 12, 2017 Share Posted by USD fares, flexible dates, multiple destinations now with Intair onlinecenter_img Travelweek Group MISSISSAUGA — TravelBrands has updated its online air booking portal to include a U.S. dollar fare search for all departure cities. The new Intair USD feature is accessible to Canadian and American agencies and allows agents to book flights in their clients’ preferred currency.“With Intair USD, border agencies and passengers with U.S. dollar credit cards will benefit from fare comparisons to find the best deal,” said Diane Lattavo, VP Intair. “Our trio of new online booking tools will streamline fare searches and provide options to help travel agents better serve their clients.”The dual-currency booking capabilities complement two other new features, which were introduced earlier this year to “overwhelmingly positive feedback”, says TravelBrands:The multi-cities search tool allows agents to book multiple flights to more than one destination with one simple searchThe +/- 3 days option searches multiple dates, conveniently highlighting the best deals so passengers with flexible schedules can take advantage of the lowest possible fareMore news:  Le Boat has EBBs along with its new 2020 brochureTravelBrands says it plans to roll out additional features to its online booking platforms over the coming months. See travelbrandsagent.com. << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

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Republicans lash homeland security chief over pier killing

Republicans lash homeland security chief over pier killing

first_img Men’s health affects baby’s health too Both amendments were added by the panel’s Republicans, over objections from Democrats, to a measure funding the Department of Homeland Security for the upcoming budget year.“Dangerous criminals who are in the Unites States illegally must now be incarcerated until they are deported to their home country,” Rep. John Culberson, R-Texas.Rep. Kevin Yoder, R-Kan., followed with an amendment to block sanctuary cities like San Francisco from receiving millions of dollars in preparedness grants from the Department of Homeland Security. Democrats noted it would cut off the nation’s largest cities from such grants, including New York and Chicago.“This is such a broad, knee-jerk reaction,” said Rep. Nita Lowey, D-N.Y.Sen. David Vitter, R-La., is pursuing similar legislation on sanctuary cities in the Senate. He had planned to offer it as an amendment to an education overhaul bill currently on the floor, but announced Tuesday that he had backed off that plan after securing a commitment it would come to a vote in the Senate Judiciary Committee.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist FILE – In this Thursday, July 2, 2015 file photo, Liz Sullivan, left, and Jim Steinle, right, parents of Kathryn Steinle, talk to members of the media outside their home in Pleasanton, Calif. Steinle’s parents will be interviewed by Bill O’Reilly Monday, July 13, 2015, for a segment on his Fox News show. Steinle was walking along a San Francisco pier July 1 when she was killed by a gun allegedly fired by Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, who is in the country illegally. (Lea Suzuki/San Francisco Chronicle via AP, File)n San Francisco is among some 300 communities nationwide that refuse to abide by federal immigration detention requests, or “detainers,” which have been successfully challenged in court by critics who say they indiscriminately target immigrants including many innocent of criminal wrongdoing.In the wake of Steinle’s death, Republicans have called for making such detainers mandatory.“A convicted criminal alien who had been deported numerous times killed an innocent American woman,” said Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va. He said the crime exposed “the tragic impact of DHS’s reckless policies on the safety of Americans.”Johnson said the killing underscores the need for local authorities to cooperate with the federal government and its detention requests, but he said making such cooperation mandatory would be counterproductive.Even as Johnson was testifying before the Judiciary Committee, another GOP-controlled panel, the House Appropriations Committee, was taking action aimed at depriving sanctuary cities of funding and requiring the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency to continue to detain immigrants in the country illegally who have been convicted of crimes, instead of exercising discretion and releasing them into the general population. 4 must play golf courses in Arizona New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Mesa family survives lightning strike to home And he agreed with Republicans who said it didn’t make sense for the alleged killer to have been handed over to a jurisdiction like San Francisco, a “sanctuary city” that limits its cooperation with the federal government on immigration and was unlikely to try to send him home.“I want to evaluate whether some discretion can be built into the process so when we’re faced with a choice like that, we can make the best decision for the purposes of public safety,” Johnson told the House Judiciary Committee in his first appearance on Capitol Hill since the July 1 murder of 32-year-old Kathryn Steinle sparked national controversy.Steinle’s alleged killer, Mexican national Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, had been serving a federal sentence for illegal re-entry. Instead of being deported upon finishing his term, he was handed over to San Francisco on a decades-old drug charge. San Francisco authorities ended up dismissing Lopez-Sanchez’s case and releasing him despite a request from federal officials to keep him detained.Lopez-Sanchez went on to allegedly shoot Steinle as she walked along a popular pier with her father in broad daylight. Lopez-Sanchez has pleaded not guilty, claiming he found the gun on the pier and it accidentally went off. Top Stories WASHINGTON (AP) — House Republicans lashed the Obama administration Tuesday for failing to deport an immigrant who allegedly murdered a woman in San Francisco, and advanced legislation aimed at deterring local communities from harboring immigrants who are in this country illegally.Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson disputed the GOP criticism, but said he plans to evaluate whether a new approach is needed to avoid what happened in San Francisco, where an immigrant with a long criminal record and without legal status was released onto the streets and committed a murder. Sponsored Stories Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Comments   Share   last_img read more

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What Does the Disappointing Jobs Report Means for Housing

What Does the Disappointing Jobs Report Means for Housing

first_img Share A mostly disappointing April jobs report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday, combined with recent turbulence that includes a 0.5 percent GDP estimate for the first quarter, has many wondering whether another economic slowdown is on the way.Friday’s April 2016 Employment Situation from the BLS reported 160,000 jobs added during the month, while the unemployment rate held steady from March to April at 5.0 percent. February’s and March’s job gains were both downwardly revised by a combined 19,000 jobs, which brings the average monthly job gain for the three-month period from February through April down to 200,000.Will the slowdown in labor market be a hindrance to growth in the housing market, or will the will the housing market boom this summer due to the amount of pent-up housing inventory being bought up?“This weak jobs report follows tepid GDP growth in the first quarter and growing uncertainty about the future by both business and consumers,” Realtor.com Chief Economist Jonathan Smoke said. “The impact of this uncertainty on the spring and summer housing market is not clear. On the one hand, consumers must feel confident about their circumstances and future to make big investments so slowing job growth creates concern. On the other hand, this spring has already produced evidence of substantial pent-up demand rapidly buying up available inventory. If the April report turns into a true declining trend in job creation, we likely won’t see that impact in home sales until the summer.”The good news for the April jobs summary is that average hourly earnings for employees increased by 8 cents up to $25.53, bringing the over-the-year average increase up to 2.5 percent. The average workweek also ticked up slightly by 0.1 hours up to 34.5 hours.Also on the positive side was a decline in the U-6 unemployment rate, which is defined as the total number of unemployed, plus all persons marginally attached to the labor force, plus total employed part time for economic reasons, as a percent of the civilian labor force plus all persons marginally attached to the labor force. The U-6 rate dropped from 9.9 percent in March down to 9.7 percent in April and has remained below 10 percent since October 2015. The post-recession peak for the U-6 unemployment rate is 17.1 percent from October to December 2009 and then reached again in April 2010.“This weak jobs report follows tepid GDP growth in the first quarter and growing uncertainty about the future by both business and consumers.”Jonathan Smoke, Chief Economist, Realtor.comThe low number of construction job gains in April may be a bad sign for the housing industry. Only 1,000 construction jobs were added in April, compared with an increase of 41,000 in March.“Today’s jobs report suggests the labor market slowed, but did not falter, in April. While a weak headline job creation number and downward revisions to the past two months offer an uninspiring view of the labor market, there are some underlying positives,” Fannie Mae SVP and Chief Economist Doug Duncan said. “The pickup in the average workweek and annual wage growth are encouraging, though neither improved enough to stand up and cheer. More promising is the fall in the U-6 rate, the broadest measure of unemployment, which dropped to tie the lowest level since May 2008. While the report may or may not be the start of a weakening trend in the labor market, it supports our expectation that the Fed will not hike in June. On the housing front, the paltry gain in construction jobs is an unfortunate hiccup for a market that needs more building.”Fannie Mae has already downwardly revised its 2016 economic forecast and now expects only one rate hike from the Fed instead of two for the rest of the year. While many analysts have stated they expect a rate hike from the Fed in June, Friday’s less-than-stellar labor market data may change that. Freddie Mac has downgraded its economic forecast for the GDP in the first quarter from 1.8 percent down to 1.1 percent.“The labor market slowed in April as job gains and labor force growth each declined. The main area of weakness was retail trade, which had its worst month of job growth since December 2014,” said Curt Long, Chief Economist with the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU). “On the bright side, wage growth improved during the month. This report will have little bearing on the Fed’s next rate hike decision in June, as policy makers have made it clear that threats abroad are of greater concern that the domestic economy.”Click here to view the complete April 2016 Employment Situation from the BLS. in Daily Dose, Data, Government, Headlines, News What Does the Disappointing Jobs Report Means for Housing?center_img Bureau of Labor Statistics HOUSING Jobs Report 2016-05-06 Seth Welborn May 6, 2016 480 Views last_img read more

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Buyers Looking to Leave Expensive Metros

Buyers Looking to Leave Expensive Metros

first_img April 24, 2017 773 Views HOUSING migration Residential 2017-04-24 ScottMorgan1 Buyers Looking to Leave Expensive Metros One in five prospective homebuyers searched mostly for homes outside their current metro area in the first quarter of 2017, according to the Redfin Migration Report. Unsurprisingly, the highest numbers of prospective buyers looking elsewhere were searching from the country’s most expensive metros in coastal California and New York City.One difference between migrating buyers on the coasts is that buyers looking to move out of the Bay Area predominantly wanted to stay in California, whereas emigrants from New York favored moving to Philadelphia. Nevertheless, at the state level, California had the largest net outflow of residents.Redfin found that 19 percent of San Francisco residents searching its listings (about 15,000 people) looked elsewhere, and that 22 percent preferred nearby Sacramento. Another 14 percent preferred heading north to Seattle. Many also have headed south to Austin.In New York, about 7,100 buyers looked elsewhere, with 12 percent favoring Philadelphia. Los Angeles buyers also preferred looking out-of-state, with 9 percent looking in Las Vegas.In terms of sheer percentage, no metro saw a higher number than Dayton, Ohio. While the net loss was only 97 residents in the quarter, 52 percent looked elsewhere. Half of those favored Cincinnati, with 5 percent moving to Chicago.Coastal cities across the country gave up more residents to the south than any other region, the report found. At the same time, buyers looking out of state more often chose Florida. Buyers in Washington, D.C., and St. Louis favored Miami, but not as much as New Yorkers who were specifically looking to head south. Nearly a quarter chose Miami.Nearly 53 percent of searches for homes in Tampa were made by people in another metro, with 14.9 percent of those from the D.C. metro alone. At the same time, 22.1 percent of searches in Miami from the outside were from New York.The one thing the coastal cities with largely outflow have in common is that they’re expensive, despite opportunities.“Fast-growing coastal cities may be generating the high-paying jobs, but they haven’t created enough budget-friendly housing to keep pace,” said Nela Richardson, Redfin’s chief economist. “The price of real estate and desire for homeownership is compelling many to uproot and seek housing in more affordable communities.”Richardson noted that even a Bay Area family with two solid incomes can struggle to afford a modest home.“For many, the only path to homeownership is to pack up and move out,” she said.Not everyone everywhere is looking to get out, of course. Buyers in Chicago, Boston, and Seattle were the most eager to stay put, each reporting at least 91 percent of buyers looking within their respective metros. Though Washington D.C. residents often looked to the warmer climes of Florida, it too reported nearly 91 percent of residents looking within the metro.center_img in Daily Dose, Data, News Sharelast_img read more

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first_imgCelebrity Cruisescruisewomen Celebrity Cruises is committed to continuing to increase the number of women working onboard its ships. This inspiring video offers the world an inside look at the stories behind the efforts made towards achieving gender equality. From 3% women in the Celebrity Cruises fleet in 2015, to 22% fleet wide in 2019, the cruise line is proud to have started the movement, and even prouder that others in the industry are following.Get an inside look at the stories behind the great strides taken towards achieving gender equality at Celebrity Cruises. This video is produced by Pitch Her Productions, a non-profit, female-led production company supporting women in the film industry. #crewupwithwomen last_img

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Music Nova Scotia Award winners announced in Truro

first_imgMusic Nova Scotia Award winners announced in Truro, N.S., Sunday night TRURO, N.S. – The winners of this year’s Music Nova Scotia Awards were announced Sunday night, as the organization handed out 49 awards to musicians and other industry members at the Holiday Inn in Truro.The announcement of the winners, determined by online votes from Music Nova Scotia members, caps the end of Nova Scotia Music Week, which aims to promote artists from around the province.Halifax-based singer-songwriter Mo Kenney nabbed two awards: Solo Recording of the Year and Rock Recording of the Year for her album “The Details.”David Myles, originally from New Brunswick but now living in Halifax, picked up Recording of the Year and Americana/Bluegrass Recording of the Year for “Real Love.”And Makayla Lynn, a 17-year-old country singer from Elmsdale, N.S., won the Flagship Construction Entertainer of the Year award.The full list of winners can be found on the Music Nova Scotia website. by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 4, 2018 6:07 pm PDT Last Updated Nov 4, 2018 at 6:40 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more

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