ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton’s administration has appealed a state regulatory panel’s approval of Enbridge Energy’s plan to replace its aging Line 3 oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.The Minnesota Department of Commerce said Friday that the Public Utilities Commission ignored experts who said the project isn’t needed.Dayton says in a statement that Enbridge failed to provide a forecast for future demand, as state law requires, and to demonstrate that Minnesota needs the pipeline to meet its oil needs. He says most of the crude flowing across Minnesota would benefit other states and countries.Enbridge spokeswoman Judi Kellner says Dayton’s statement is “disappointing and erroneous.” She says Canada-based Enbridge provided multiple forecasts showing that a replacement is needed.Other Line 3 opponents appealed earlier this week.Steve Karnowski, The Associated Press
The head of Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. has voiced his displeasure at the idea of Alberta’s $3.7-billion deal with Canada’s two biggest rail companies to ship more crude via rail amid a pipeline crunch squeezing oilsands producers.Keith Creel, speaking at a conference in Miami on Wednesday, said his company “didn’t like it at all” when Premier Rachel Notley stepped in to work out a plan that aims to move up to 120,00 barrels of oil per day by rail by 2020.Saying the government’s presence in the commercial realm wasn’t “healthy,” Creel nonetheless admitted the deal “just as good if not better” than others hammered out by CP Rail.Alberta has leased about 4,400 rail cars to get more oil to foreign markets, including refiners on the U.S. Gulf Coast, while the province works to increase pipeline capacity.Notley has said the rail plan will net $2.2 billion for taxpayers, with the increased traffic expected to boost commercial, royalty, and tax revenue by $5.9 billion.Initial daily shipments of 20,000 barrels are expected to begin as early as July along tracks owned by CP Rail as well as Canadian National Railway Co.Companies in this story: (TSX:CP, TSX:CNR)The Canadian Press
In his introductory statement to the Agency’s Board of Governors, the head of the United Nations atomic energy watchdog said he remains “seriously concerned” about nuclear programme of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK), and that he is not yet in a position to conclude that all nuclear material in Iran is used for peaceful purposes.The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Yukiya Amano said the Vienna-based body remains ready to play an essential role in verifying the DPRK’s nuclear programme, despite DPRK’s unwillingness to allow verification teams into the country.“It is nearly six years since Agency inspectors were asked to leave the DPRK,” he said. “I call upon the DPRK to comply fully with its obligations under relevant Security Council resolutions, to cooperate promptly with the Agency in implementing its NPT (Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons) Safeguards Agreement, and to resolve all outstanding issues.”Verification of the non-diversion of nuclear material by Iran continued under the Safeguards Agreement was continuing, Mr. Amano said, monitoring and verification in relation to the nuclear-related measures set out in the Joint Plan of Action agreed between Iran and the so called “E3+3” countries (China, France, Germany, Russia, United Kingdom and United States).“The Agency is not in a position to provide credible assurance about the absence of undeclared nuclear material and activities in Iran,” he said adding that that meant it was therefore impossible to conclude that all nuclear material was being used peacefully.The Agency was unable to clarify two outstanding practical measures that were agreed last year under the Framework for Cooperation, while Iran was still to propose new practical measures. With increased cooperation by Iran, the Agency could help to accelerate resolution of all outstanding issues under the Framework, and he called for timely provision of access to all information, documentation, sites, material and personnel requested by the Agency.“This process cannot continue indefinitely,” he said. “Once the agency has established an understanding of the whole picture concerning issues with possible military dimensions, I will provide a report with our assessment to the Board.”Pointing to positive recent meetings with Iran’s Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, and his Deputy Araghchi, Mr. Amano reported that he had no new developments to report on implementation of safeguards in Syria and he renewed his call on Syria to cooperate fully in connection with unresolved issues related to the Dair Alzour site and other locations.While stressing the importance of nuclear safeguards, Mr. Amano also underlined the importance of the Agency’s work to make nuclear technologies available for development.“I feel that our mandate could be understood today not just as ‘Atoms for Peace,’ but as Atoms for Peace and Development,” he said, emphasising the importance of modern science and technology, including nuclear technology, for development, and calling for its appropriate recognition in the post-2015 development agenda.He also drew attention to progress in implementation of the IAEA Action Plan on Nuclear Safety, including adoption of the Vienna Declaration on Nuclear Safety including principles for the implementation of the Convention to prevent accidents with radiological consequences and to mitigate such consequences should they occur.Noting that the Agency was moving into a “critical period” as far as extra-budgetary contributions for the ReNuAL project to modernise the nuclear applications laboratories at Seibersdorf are concerned, he said it was “worrying” that no concrete commitments of contributions towards the cost of construction of the buildings have been received so far, although some Member States have indicated strong interest.
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Uncertainty over Brexit is fuelling pressures on the medical workforce, the report suggests Credit:PA Almost half of NHS doctors in some parts of the UK are trained overseas, watchdogs have said as they warn of a looming shortfall of medics.The General Medical Council (GMC) said the medical profession was at a “crunch point” with high reliance on medics imported from overseas, who were now beginning to turn their back on Britain.Its report shows that since 2012, the number of doctors on the register has increased by just two per cent.Over the same period, demand has soared, with a 28 per cent rise in Accident & Emergency attendances.The statistics show that 43 per cent of doctors in the East of England are non-UK graduates, along with 41 per cent in the West Midlands and 38 per cent in the East Midlands. Across the UK, the figure is 33 per cent.The GMC said the supply of new doctors into the UK was not keeping pace with demand, with some doctors “pushed beyond the limit” by pressures on them.And it said uncertainty over Brexit and a fall in recruitment from countries further afield could leave Britain with an increasing shortfall of doctors.Charlie Massey, chief executive of the GMC, said: “We have reached a crucial moment – a crunch point – in the development of the UK’s medical workforce. The decisions that we make over the next five years will determine whether it can meet these extra demands.” “Others report feeling burnt out after just two years as a newly qualified doctor.” The report calls for changes in training and in workplace culture to nurture doctors.”The underlying challenge for all in healthcare is how we retain the good doctors we have right now,” Mr Massey said.”Everything we hear from the profession tells us that we need to value them more; nurture cultures that are safe and supportive, and do what we can to help staff achieve the right balance between their professional and personal lives through more flexible working arrangements. The GMC called for changes in the law to reduce the number of doctors going through full fitness to practice hearings, especially over one off clinical errors.“What we need is legislation that allows us to be swift and agile in carrying out our primary duty – keeping patients safe – while reducing the stress and burden on doctors and the wider healthcare system.”Reforming the law will let us concentrate our efforts on supporting good medical practice, while using our data about the profession and the environments in which doctors practice and train to act when we can see risks emerging to them and to patients.” It also shows increasing numbers of women in medicine, with women making up 57 per cent of doctors under 30, and 47 per cent of doctors of all ages.The report said doctors were being over-burdened, and making a level of sacrifice that was “neither right nor sustainable”“There are clear warning signs within our report that some doctors are being pushed beyond the limit. These pressures may be one reason why it is becoming increasingly common for doctors to take a break from formal training after they complete the foundation programme.“Some do this because they want greater work-life balance, some for overseas training experiences, “ the report states. He added: “We are a professional regulator, not a workforce planning body, but we want to be an active partner in helping each country of the UK to address these priorities.”The report follows a draft strategy by health officials warning that 190,000 extra clinical posts will need filling within a decade, on current trends.The strategy by Health Education England said the number of millennial workers opting for part-time work or years out meant extra numbers needed training.The GMC report shows 54 per cent of junior doctors taking a break after finishing foundation training – a rise from 30 per cent in 2012. Professor Jane Dacre, president of the Royal College of Physicians said: “We share the report’s concern about the low numbers of doctors in some specialties. Following our census, we are particularly concerned about geriatric medicine and acute internal medicine.“The fact that our population is ageing rapidly, with individuals often having many complex diseases, there needs to be incentives to encourage many more of our physicians into these specialties.”Dr Liam Brennan, president of the Royal college of Anaesthetists, said: “The GMC highlights how the expected level of commitment is not sustainable and that doctors are being pushed too often to their limit.”A spokesman for the Department of Health said: “The NHS currently has a record number of doctors – 14,900 more since May 2010 – and we are committed to supporting them by expanding the number of doctor training places by 25 per cent.”We are also making sure we retain those already working in the NHS by improving doctors’ work-life balance and supporting flexible working.”
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Police detained more than 270 demonstrators last week after small-scale scuffles in central Athens followed a largely peaceful demonstration marking the anniversary of a bloodily suppressed student rebellion in 1973. Of those arrested, only eight were to face a prosecutor, police said.The traditional march from Athens University to the US Embassy on Tuesday was not marred by serious violence. But later in the evening isolated attacks by youths throwing stones at officers on Alexandras Avenue, where the Attica police headquarters are located, resulted in the injury of 13 policemen. Most of the demonstrators taken in for questioning had been on Alexandras Avenue when small groups of hooded youths were seen throwing stones at riot police. According to witnesses, a large group of protesters had been taking part in a sit-down protest in the street. Dozens more demonstrators were arrested following unrest in nearby Exarchia, an anarchist stronghold.Police said that the eight people that were to face a prosecutor had either been caught throwing stones at officers or had been carrying improvised gas canister bombs. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Dan Cohen AUTHOR Are you interested in joining a forum devoted to promoting sustainable installations and defense communities through advances in energy? Then consider joining ADC’s Defense Energy Infrastructure and Sustainability Council.The council is made up of energy industry experts interested in exploring new opportunities in defense energy partnerships and building awareness of best practices.Open to all ADC members, the council serves as forum to facilitate the exchange of industry feedback on energy project development with the military services. Other goals include:sharing best practices, challenges and issues among industry leaders and identifying ways to improve renewable energy project development;exchanging lessons learned and recommendations for improvement with DOD leaders; andproviding feedback to the ADC Board of Directors on ways the association can advance the development of renewable energy projects.The council’s co-chairs are Anita Molino, president of Bostonia Partners, and Gerard Nolan, senior director for government energy solutions for EDF Renewable Energy.If you are interested in joining the council, please contact Matt Borron, chief operating officer, at email@example.com. The council will next meet during the 2015 Defense Communities National Summit later this month.
Wasilla’s Cathy Tilton and Chugiak’s Gretchen Wehmhoff are as dissimilar as their parties. Cathy Tilton sticks to a Republican agenda“I am pro-gun, pro-family and pro-business and I believe that the role of government is not to interfere in our daily lives but to create an environment that allows business to be successful and provide essential services.”Democrat Gretchen Wehmhoff says she’s people-oriented.“And I’ve always been involved in my community from Girl Scouts to Arctic Winter Games, and I believe that this is the ultimate community service, to be running for office. I’m pro – people and I believe that we can work with communities and work together to better our state, better our district.”The two candidates for House 12 faced each other under tv lights on KAKM’s Running series earlier this month.Tilton has made no secret of her concerns about the budget, especially when it comes to Health and Social Services. She cautions that spiraling Medicaid costs could “bankrupt” the state. She worked with Representative Mark Neuman on the state operating budget last session, focusing on HSS cuts, and recommends weighing the goal of the state’s formula programs against their actual achievements“What they were doing good, what they weren’t. And then we were able to look at those things and make long term decisions that could give us some long term sustainability in the recommendations that we made in cutting those places.” Wehmhoff wants to provide better transportation choices for workers, increase educational funding and says she’s worried about housing for state senior citizens.“I don’t know how much cutting we can do on some programs. Some programs have been cut to the bone. But I do think we need to think about our revenue sources, and how we bring revenue back into the operating budget.” Tilton has a background in the real estate business, but she touts her legislative staff experience, and campaigned hard in her district to beat her primary opponent in August, taking over 64 percent of the vote.Wemhoff has little political experience, but has a background in mediation, education and, she says, in the care of an elder family member. On another family note, Wehmhoff is related to Senate F candidate Bill Stoltze by marriage.School funding, energy and the budget seem to be the top questions this election, but in the Matanuska Valley, fish issues can lead to fighting words.Wehmhoff says the answer is education.“We do know, scientifically that a lot of our problems with our fish returning, also has to do with the spawning areas. We have a lot of work to do on educating the public on it’s not just commercial fishing, it’s not just sportfishing, but we need to be aware of where fish are spawning when we are out riding our ATV, you know, where are we crossing streams, are we going down streams.”Tilton, who advocates state control of halibut management, agrees.“And what we do need to do is to be able to bring everyone together and, you know, as a consensus builder, someone who can bring those groups together and have them talk with each other to come up with solutions.” As for campaign spending, Tilton, as of the October 6 Alaska Public Offices Commission report, has raised almost 75 thousand dollars for her run, although 54 thousand of that was for the primary race. Tilton has spent just about 62 thousand of her campaign chest so far. Tilton has contributed heavily to her own campaign. Wehmhoff, on the other hand, has run her fiscally tight campaign on a shoestring. Wehmhoff has raised just $18,634, spending $15,829 as of last APOC report.
pixabay.comThis could be good news for those who are annoyed of carrying too many microSD cards for storing their data. A U.K based company called Integral Memory is coming up with the highest storage microSDXC card so far in the market.Integral Memory is coming with a 512GB microSDXC card which will beat SanDisk’s microSDXC card with a storage capacity of 400GB. It can be used to store a large library of photographs, videos and other data.This card is not just meant for smartphones. It can also be used in several other devices like action camera, dash cameras, Drone cameras and home security cameras. There is heavy demand for higher capacity microSD cards, as we know users rely more on microSDXC cards than cloud-based storage. pixabay.comThe 512GB microSDXC card comes with a Video Speed Class 10 standard and is capable of fast data transfer of up to 80MB per second and capture Full HD videos in 1080pixels resolution. “Consumers have been clear in their call for increased storage, as mobile devices have become essential to many in everyday life,” James Danton, marketing manager, Integral Memory, said in a statement (via Business Wire).”The need to provide extended memory for smartphones, tablets and a growing range of other mobile devices such as action cams and drones has been answered. As a company, we are very proud to be the first to achieve the 512GB capacity milestone in microSDXC, worldwide,” he added. Integral Memory will start selling the card, which comes with a 5-year warranty, sometime next month.
Shawkat Ali. File photoEkushey Padak winning author Shawkat Ali passed away at a city hospital on Thursday morning, reports news agency UNB.He was 82.Journalist Asif Shawkat Kollol, son of the renowned novelist, told UNB that his father breathed his last at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Medical University (BSMMU) in the capital around 8:15am.Shawkat Ali has been suffering from lung infections, kidney and heart ailments.
In this file photo taken on 5 September judge Brett Kavanaugh testifies during the second day of his US Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing to be an Associate Justice on the US Supreme Court, on Capitol Hill in Washington, DCUS president Donald Trump’s embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh faced a second accusation of sexual misconduct Sunday, leaving Republicans scrambling to save a confirmation that until recently had seemed all but certain.The latest claims of impropriety during Kavanaugh’s youth came as he was already facing a dramatic hearing where his testimony was to be weighed against that of a university professor who has separately accused him of assault.Senate Democrats are now investigating a bombshell claim by Deborah Ramirez, 53, who says Kavanaugh exposed himself to her during a 1980s college party at Yale University, thrust his genitals in her face and caused her to touch them without her consent, according to The New Yorker.The story was denied by Kavanaugh, who called it “a smear, plain and simple.””The people who knew me then know that this did not happen, and have said so,” the conservative judge said in a statement.Like Christine Blasey Ford, the professor accusing him of assaulting her when they were teenagers, Ramirez is calling for an FBI investigation into the incident, and Democratic lawmakers are backing their demand.Ford agreed to testify Thursday after an increasingly ugly weeklong standoff that saw her forced to leave her California home as she faced death threats and the president openly attacked her credibility.Kavanaugh, who strongly denies the assault allegation, has said he wishes to testify as soon as possible to clear his name from Ford’s claims that he attacked her at a high school party in the 1980s.The federal judge has calendars from the summer of 1982 he plans to share with senators showing he was out of town most of that time with no indication of the party of concern, The New York Times reported.The two parties will testify separately — first Ford, followed by Kavanaugh, who will respond — the Senate Judiciary Committee confirmed.Senator Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the judiciary committee, urged the panel to halt proceedings in light of the latest allegation.”I am writing to request an immediate postponement of any further proceedings related to the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh,” she said in a statement.”I also ask that the newest allegations of sexual misconduct be referred to the FBI for investigation, and that you join our request for the White House to direct the FBI to investigate the allegations of Christine Blasey Ford as well as these new claims.”Confirmation in the balanceAt stake is not only the fate of Trump’s hand-picked Supreme Court nominee, but also Republican chances in November’s midterm elections that face increased risk if the polarizing confirmation battle drags on.Lindsey Graham — a member of the panel that must approve Kavanaugh’s nomination before it goes to the full chamber — summed up the position of many Republicans by saying he did not expect Ford’s testimony to change his mind.”What am I supposed to do? Go ahead and ruin this guy’s life based on an accusation?” he told “Fox News Sunday.” “Unless there’s something more, no, I’m not going to ruin Judge Kavanaugh’s life over this.”According to a YouGov poll conducted for CBS, more than half of Americans want an FBI investigation before a vote on Kavanaugh, but more than two thirds of Republicans want a vote within days.Republicans, who hold a paper-thin majority in the Senate, can ill afford defections if Kavanaugh is to be approved.Danger of defections”If one Republican senator should decide that Ford’s allegations, assertions, are true, and that they are serious, it could make a big difference in the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh,” Democratic senator Dick Durbin said on ABC’s “This Week.”After days of relative restraint, Trump lashed at Ford on Friday, questioning the credibility of her allegations, and in doing so may already have hurt his nominee’s chances with a senator from his own party.Trump contended that Ford’s decision to wait so late before going public shows the incident probably was not “as bad as she says” — even if this runs counter to what experts say is the typical reaction of sexual assault victims afraid or embarrassed to report.Susan Collins — a Republican who sits on the Judiciary Committee — said she was “appalled” by Trump’s tweet, stressing that incidents of sexual assault were known to be chronically under-reported.Trump’s outburst saw an outpouring of sympathy for Ford — and outrage at the president — as thousands of women, and men too, shared why they had kept silent after being assaulted, under the Twitter hashtag #WhyIDidntReport.
347,000 individuals in the state who have gained coverage since the ACA was implemented could lose their coverage if the ACA is entirely or partially repealed. 72,175 individuals in the state who received cost-sharing reductions to lower out-of-pocket costs such as deductibles, co-pays, and coinsurance are now at risk of having healthcare become unaffordable if the Republican Congress eliminates cost-sharing reductions. 2,953,834 individuals in the state who now have private health insurance that covers preventive services without any co-pays, coinsurance, or deductibles stand to lose this access if the Republican Congress eliminates ACA provisions requiring health insurers to cover important preventive services without cost-sharing. Women in the state who can now purchase insurance for the same price as men are at risk of being charged more for insurance if the Republican Congress eliminates the ACA’s ban on gender rating in the individual and small group markets. Before the ACA, women paid up to 39% more than men for their health insurance. Roughly 975,000 individuals in the state who have pre-existing health conditions are at risk of having their coverage rescinded, being denied coverage, or being charged significantly more for coverage if the Republican Congress eliminates the ACA’s ban on pre-existing conditions. The state is at risk of losing $2.41 billion in federal Medicaid dollars if the Republican Congress eliminates the Medicaid expansion. 86,073 seniors who have saved an average of $1,158 each as a result of closing the Medicare prescription drug “donut hole” gap in coverage stand to lose this critical help going forward. 604,509 seniors who have received free preventive care services thanks to ACA provisions requiring coverage of annual wellness visits and eliminating cost-sharing for many recommended preventive services covered by Medicare Part B, such as cancer screenings, are at risk of losing access to these services if congressional Republicans go forward with their plan to repeal the ACA. Participants urge Republicans: “Don’t Make America Sick Again.”CLINTON, Md. – U.S. Senators Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen today joined Rev. Delman Coates, Ph.D., pastor of Mt. Ennon Baptist Church, Congressmen Steny Hoyer, Anthony Brown and John Sarbanes, county executives Rushern L. Baker III and Isiah “Ike” Leggett, community members, leading health service providers and non-profit organizations like the Maryland Citizens Health Initiative, Black Mental Health Alliance, Maryland Hospital Association, Greater Baden Medical Services and Progressive Maryland for a conversation devoted to exploring the immediate and widespread dangers of repealing the Affordable Care Act.“Make America Sick Again” sign is displayed during a news conference on President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2017, on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)The event comes as the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released a new report finding that for Americans without employer-sponsored health insurance, premiums would increase 20-25 percent in the first year, and premiums would about double by 2026. The report also forecast that in the first year after repealing the ACA, 18 million Americans would lose health insurance. By 2026, 32 million Americans would be without health insurance.“Repealing the Affordable Care Act without any semblance of a plan as to how to replace it will seriously impact Marylanders’ lives. The number of uninsured people in our state has dropped by about half since the ACA’s passage, which benefits everyone because taxpayers no longer have to absorb the cost-shifting to pay for those who are not covered. And that progress is at extreme risk, but it goes much further,” said Senator Cardin. “Many with inadequate coverage, pre-existing condition restrictions, coverage caps or limits to preventative health care now have higher-quality coverage. And we’ve slowed the growth of health care costs to the lowest rate in modern history. But all of these gains for the people of Maryland, and many more, are about to be lost. We simply cannot let that happen. Don’t Make America Sick Again.”“The more we learn about the impact of repealing the Affordable Care Act, the scarier the results become,” said Senator Van Hollen. “Just today, the CBO increased their estimate of Americans who would lose insurance to 32 million people over 10 years – a staggering number which would have tragic impacts on individuals and families in Maryland and across the country. Those who don’t lose their care would see their premiums skyrocket, another unacceptable result of repeal. Maryland families have made it clear that the ACA has improved their lives, and they want to protect it. But Washington Republicans are ignoring the pleas of the American people with their plan to push our health care system off a cliff – and run away before it crumbles on impact.” “The Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act without immediately replacing it will have devastating consequences for millions of Marylanders,” said Congressman Hoyer. “The ACA has made health care accessible and affordable for thousands of Maryland families, and communities from Bowie to Leonardtown will feel the impact if Republicans in Congress take away the benefits the law provides for everyone, even those with insurance through their employer. I will continue to oppose efforts to Make America Sick Again by repealing the ACA without a plan to replace it.”“Repealing the Affordable Care Act would have brutal consequences on the families of the Fourth Congressional District. Nearly half a million individuals would lose critical consumer protections, thousands of seniors would face higher prescription drug prices, small businesses and working families would lose tax credits, costs to community hospitals would increase by tens of millions of dollars a year leading to layoffs and cuts in services and medical research, and the number of uninsured would rise dramatically,” said Congressman Brown. “The Republicans’ ideological obsession with taking away health care from millions is wrong for Maryland and the country. I will resist any effort to take away health coverage from those who need it, drive up costs for all, or destroy jobs. We must protect and build upon the Affordable Care Act, not blindly repeal it. “The GOP’s special-interest agenda – which includes dismantling the Affordable Care Act – will have disastrous implications for millions of Americans,” said Congressman Sarbanes. “The ACA has provided health insurance to more than 350,000 Marylanders, and it has made tremendous advancements in the delivery of care. I was proud to join fellow Marylanders today as we highlighted the harmful impacts of repealing the ACA, and I remain committed to pushing back against the Republican Majority’s short-sighted plans to eliminate this lifesaving reform.”Nearly 350,000 Marylanders—and roughly 20 million Americans nationwide—have gained access to health care through the coverage provisions of the ACA, including subsidized coverage through the insurance marketplaces and expansion of Medicaid eligibility.President-elect Donald Trump and fellow Republicans in Congress already have taken preliminary steps to repeal the ACA, while not having a plan to replace it. U.S. Representative Elijah E. Cummings recently released an assessment detailing the impact the ACA repeal will have on Maryland. Its findings included the following:
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 February 26, 2009 – The first 3D imaging results obtained with a new imaging technology called Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) produced reportedly unprecedented real-time images of arterial blood flow and volumetric heart motion, reported Royal Philips Electronics. The technology uses the magnetic properties of iron-oxide nanoparticles injected into the bloodstream and has been used in a pre-clinical studies. This is said to represent a major step forward in taking Magnetic Particle Imaging from a theoretical concept to an imaging tool to help improve diagnosis and therapy planning for many of the world’s major diseases, such as heart disease, stroke and cancer. The results of the pre-clinical study were published in issue 54 of Physics in Medicine and Biology (2009). “A novel noninvasive cardiac imaging technology is required to further unravel and characterize the disease processes associated with atherosclerosis, in particular those associated with vulnerable plaque formation which is a major risk factor for stroke and heart attacks,” said Professor Valentin Fuster, M.D., Ph.D., director of the Mount Sinai Heart Center, New York. “Through its combined speed, resolution and sensitivity, Magnetic Particle Imaging technology has great potential for this application, and the latest in-vivo imaging results represent a major breakthrough.”According to Henk van Houten, senior vice president of Philips Research and head of the Healthcare research program, “By adding important functional information to the anatomical data obtained from existing modalities such as CT and MR, Philips’ MPI technology has the potential to significantly help in the diagnosis and treatment planning of major diseases such as atherosclerosis and congenital heart defects.”Philips’ Magnetic Particle Imaging uses the magnetic properties of injected iron-oxide nanoparticles to measure the nanoparticle concentration in the blood. Because the human body contains no naturally occurring magnetic materials visible to MPI, there is no background signal. After injection, the nanoparticles therefore appear as bright signals in the images, from which nanoparticle concentrations can be calculated. By combining high spatial resolution with short image acquisition times (as short as 1/50th of a second), Magnetic Particle Imaging can capture dynamic concentration changes as the nanoparticles are swept along by the blood stream. This could ultimately allow MPI scanners to perform a wide range of functional cardiovascular measurements in a single scan. These could include measurements of coronary blood supply, myocardial perfusion, and the heart’s ejection fraction, wall motion and flow speeds.The results obtained from Philips’ experimental MPI scanner mark an important step towards the development of a whole-body system for use on humans. Some of the technical challenges in scaling up the system relate to the magnetic field generation required for human applications. Others lie in the measurement and processing of the extremely weak signal emitted by the nanoparticles. Signal measurement and processing are areas where Philips has a great deal of proven expertise and experience that it is currently applying to the task.The scientific article “Three-dimensional real-time in vivo magnetic particle imaging” published in issue 54 of Physics in Medicine and Biology (2009) can be downloaded from http://stacks.iop.org/0031-9155/54/L1. 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News | February 26, 2009 Magnetic Particle Imaging Generates Real-Time Blood Flow, Heart Movement Images Videos | Cardiac Imaging | July 30, 2019 VIDEO: Assessing Cardiovascular Risk in Ultra-endurance Athletes Nate Bachman, graduate read more 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 An example of FFR-CT imaging from Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Mich. The left image shows a 3D generated image of the coronary tree from a CT scan evaluated with computational fluid dynamics to determine the FFR numbers. It shows a severe restriction of the left main artery which requires a stent to revacularize. The image on the right is a comparison with the invasive angiogram from the cath lab prior to stenting. 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You can’t call yourself fluent in Costa Rican Spanish unless you understand its slang.Over the past two weeks, we brought you Parts 1 and 2 of our Tico Talk series on tiquismos or costarriqueñismos.Here’s Part 3:A cachete: Means something is really good. A cachete inflado is a variation of the same expression.Buchón: A person who wants everything for himself, or a hog. There is an expression: Cada buchón muere pelón … People who want everything for themselves die bald.Chante: One’s house or home. Choza (literally, a shack) is also used, but the more common Spanish word for home is casa or hogar.Dar pelota: This term literally literally means to give someone a ball. It is used here when expressing the idea of paying attention to someone or taking them into account.Gallo Pinto: A traditional breakfast dish consisting of rice, beans, cilantro, Lizano sauce and spices.Jama: Food, and can refer to just about any meal or snack. Comida is the more common Spanish word for food.Por aquello: This phrase means “just in case” and is used frequently in conversations. En caso de que also means “just in case.”Por dicha: Fortunately or luckily. Por suerte or afortunadamente are other ways of expressing the same idea.Presa: Literally means a “dam” or “prey.” In Costa Rican slang, it can mean a traffic jam or backlog of anything. Un presón is a huge traffic jam.Rajón or Rajona: A show-off, or a person who likes to boast or brag.Suave: Hold on! Or, relax! Or, take it easy!Tata: Dad or father. Tatas are one’s parents.Techo: Means “roof,” but can also mean someone’s head. Torre (tower) is also a slang word for someone’s head. Cabeza is the more common Spanish word for head.Timba: A big belly or beer belly. Panza or barriga are also used. Timbuco is a really big beer belly.Torta: Literally “cake” or “tart,” but in Costa Rica it can be a screw up or big mess. ¡Qué torta! … What a mess! Jalar torta is to get pregnant. A tortero is a person who gets into trouble frequently.Tiquismos or Costa Rican expressions of the week:Más largo que un domingo sin plata: “Longer that a Sunday without any money.” The day seems longer when you don’t have money to go out or do something. Here are two other similar expressions that are slightly vulgar. Más largo que una meadita en moto: Longer than a stream of urine when riding on a motorcycle. Más largo que pedo de culebra: Longer than a snake’s fart. Más tico que el gallo pinto: Just like the dish gallo pinto, this expression means anything that is authentically Costa Rican.Pedir una cobija en el infierno: Literally, this expression means to ask for a blanket in hell. It is used in Costa Rica to refer to a person who gets cold very easily. Christopher Howard has been conducting monthly relocation/retirement tours and writing retirement guidebooks for over 30 years. See www.liveincostarica.com. He is also the author of the one-of-a-kind bestselling, “Guide to Costa Rican Spanish,” that can be purchased through Amazon. Facebook Comments Related posts:Tico Talk for expats and tourists: Part 1 Tico Talk for expats and tourists: Part 2 Tico Talk for expats and tourists: Part 5 Tico Talk for expats and tourists: Part 6
Cardi B caps breakthrough year with debut album release by Mesfin Fekadu, The Associated Press Posted Apr 6, 2018 5:33 am PDT Last Updated Apr 6, 2018 at 10:00 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – The anticipation around Cardi B’s debut album has been scorching hot, so when breakthrough artist finally debuted the full album at a party late Thursday, she told the DJ to make sure the sound level was perfect.“DJ, make it a little loud ’cause I don’t feel it in my bones,” she said after the second track played, while the DJ worked on the sound.That’s when Cardi B’s silly and likable personality — which has helped her skyrocket on social media and the pop charts — shined brightly. She went into karaoke-mode, singing some of Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” even getting the audience of music industry players in New York City to participate.But the DJ needed two more minutes.“Two minutes? What the (heck) I’m supposed to do with two minutes? I’m running out of jokes. I’m running out of entertainment,” she said, then reminding the crowd that she’s performing on “Saturday Night Live” this weekend.Cardi B, the 25-year-old Bronx rapper, released her major-label debut album, “Invasion of Privacy,” on Friday. It comes 10 months after she dropped “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves),” the ubiquitous rap song that topped Billboard’s Hot 100 chart in October, making her one of three females to top the pop charts with a song last year.When that Grammy-nominated song came up during the listening, she skipped it: “I know you heard it 1,000 times. I put it on my album because that’s the song that made me rich … That song changed my life.”The next track, “Be Careful,” was released last week and was met with controversy when an older version of the song by rapper Pardison appeared online. Some of the lyrics were directly used on Cardi B’s song and some wrote that she stole the song, though Pardison was listed as a co-writer on the track.“I don’t know where Pardison is at, but Pardison is a big part of the song. You know, I heard the record and I was like, ‘…I want that record for me. So, you know, I flipped it and I made it into a girl version,” she said.“I don’t give (expletive), ghostwriter, co-writer, (people), I don’t give a (expletive),” she said. “What you need to do is ask your favourite rappers about their ghostwriters.”Thursday’s event was tightly packed, as attendees bumped shoulder to shoulder while dancing to Cardi B’s new songs and drinking out of large red cups. The scene outside was similar as people waited in the cold to get inside the white-hot event, met with the heavy smell of marijuana as the door opened as some entered.Bartenders and waitresses at Common Ground mimicked Cardi B’s style: They dressed in the short, green wig and black-and-white plaid shirt Cardi B sports on her new album cover.“Isn’t it funny? This is the spot I first met my man at,” said Cardi B, referring to her fiance Offset of the multi-platinum rap trio Migos.“Thank you everybody for coming out. I worked so hard on this album … This music industry (stuff) is a roller coaster, an emotional roller coaster. It’s more crazier than the streets,” she said.“Invasion of Privacy” also includes the hit “Bartier Cardi,” while Chance the Rapper, SZA, J. Balvin, Bad Bunny, Kehlani and YG make guest appearances. Cardi B, who developed a following on social media after stripping and appeared on the reality show “Love and Hip Hop,” has also had major success with the songs “Finesse” with Bruno Mars, “No Limit” with G-Eazy,” and MotorSport” with Migos and Nicki Minaj.“In barely a year this woman has broken so many records. This girl has so many Hot 100 (hits) … She’s worked her (butt) off,” said Julie Greenwald, the chairman and COO of Atlantic Records, home to Ed Sheeran, Missy Elliott, Kelly Clarkson, Coldplay and Sia.“We are so proud of this album,” she added before calling Cardi B “the first lady of Atlantic Records.”
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