Trudeau should be ordered to committee to explain his actions Scheer

first_imgOTTAWA — Conservative leader Andrew Scheer says Canadians should be outraged that Liberal politicians made any attempt to influence the outcome of a criminal case.Scheer is introducing a motion today asking the House of Commons to order Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to appear at the Commons justice committee to explain his role in what he alleges “could very well be obstruction of justice.”Scheer says it is clear now that Quebec engineering giant SNC-Lavalin successfully lobbied the government for the criminal code to be changed to avoid a criminal prosecution.He says the Liberals then launched a sustained campaign to get the attorney general and the head of public prosecutions to allow SNC-Lavalin to use that new law.The House justice committee is holding hearings to determine whether the Prime Minister’s Office inappropriately pressured former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould — and Conservatives say Trudeau must testify about what happened in his office.Trudeau denies any improper conduct occurred and that any conversations on the prosecution of SNC-Lavalin were done with Wilson-Raybould knowing the final decision was hers alone.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

TRC Commissioner Sinclair takes strong exception to APTN story

first_imgAPTN National NewsAn item by APTN National News reporter Rob Smith which aired last Friday raised a question which is a source of much debate: Were residential schools genocide?Smith’s story indicated that the head of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission seemed to be backtracking on the question.Smith’s story included a clip of TRC Commissioner Murray Sinclair saying the crime of genocide did not occur. Justice Sinclair has taken strong exception to this story. Sinclair says he’s never reversed his position that residential schools were genocide and were intended to exterminate Aboriginal culture. Sinclair says he was clarifying a matter of law.APTN National News has invited Justice Sinclair to appear on the program. The invitation remains open and we would welcome him anytime to clarify his comments.last_img read more

UN chief admits UN was not equipped to deal with Sri Lanka

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has admitted that the UN was not equipped to deal with the Sri Lanka war.Guterres told reporters at a press conference in Norway that there were many aspects in which the UN had failed. Responding to a question posed by Norway based Sri Lankan journalist Nadarajah Sethurupan, Guterres said that countries were responsible for what happens in their own countries and so Sri Lankans are responsible for what happened in Sri Lanka. “It its necessary to recognise that,” he said. The UN had come under fire in the past for failing to stop the war in 2009 or ensure post war accountability.Guterres said that while the shortcomings have been identified and changes have been made to the UN system now, yet the system cannot ensure perfect accountability for war crimes or crimes against humanity or genocide. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Heating up Hotter Earth drives dollars to sustainable funds

NEW YORK — This year is on pace to be one of the hottest on record, again, and the trend may only accelerate as President Donald Trump loosens policies meant to combat climate change.That has some investors feeling anger, but others are seeing dollar signs. They’re envisioning profits made by companies targeting opportunities wrought by the changing climate. Perhaps more importantly, investors are also seeing big, potential losses to be avoided.Consider the recent bankruptcy filing of PG&E, the California utility owner facing mountains of potential liabilities due to wildfires that devastated northern California. Some funds that take environmental, social and corporate-governance factors into account when making their investments long ago decided to avoid PG&E, which meant their investors didn’t take losses from the bankruptcy.That’s one reason why demand is continuing to grow for such funds, often called “ESG” investments in the industry, says John Streur. He is chief executive officer of Calvert Research and Management, one of the largest families of responsibly invested mutual funds. The conversation has been edited for clarity and length.Q: ESG investing has been getting more popular for years, but was there any pickup specifically because of Trump? Like after he announced the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris climate agreement or last month’s announcement to help coal-fired plants?A: We certainly have had significant inflows in new business since Trump became president. There’s a secular, big trend occurring that’s favourable for ESG, but if the government were doing everything it possibly can from a regulatory, policy perspective, investors would be less likely to take special action. When the government is going backward on these issues, investors are much more likely to say, “We need to deal with this ourselves. We need to make sure they are managing these risks properly, because the regulatory framework is not as helpful as it could be.”Q: Are investors specifically mentioning him when they bring money to your funds?A: Trump is the proverbial elephant in the room against which governors, mayors, and asset owners are all trying to create their own strategy to protect physical assets and financial assets. Very few people say, “I track this back to Trump.”Q: Is climate change the No. 1 thing on the mind of investors coming to Calvert?A: It’s been the No. 1 issue for a period of time, and it’s attracting more attention and rigour. So much information, aside from Trump, is becoming available about the risks to physical assets, plants, property, equipment, the risks to businesses in terms of just conducting their business during severe weather events, risks associated with wildfires.Five years ago, people thought this was something that the next generation was going to deal with. Today, they realize this is something we have to deal with right now.Q: You wrote something recently highlighting what the president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas said recently about climate change, and how Texas may not be the place where ESG investing is most welcome. Are your investors all along the coasts?A: What we’re finding around the country is people who might not have come to this form of investing previously have recognized that these issues really matter to the long-term success of the companies they invest in. And that’s bringing everybody to the table.While in the past, you might have said this is coastal, or this is liberal, that’s just not the case anymore. Institutions, as well as individuals, from every background around the country are sitting up and taking notice that their portfolios need to be managed in a way that deals with these risks and, in some cases, opportunities.Q: How about the companies you invest in: Have you found them to be more open to talking with you about environmental and other issues?A: Companies are much more receptive. We’ve even got some companies proactively coming to us, where we are beginning a dialogue.Q: Is that across the board, or only in some industries or in some countries?A: I have to say, really across the board, even in China, which is almost a different system.Q: Part of that is because your funds can hold their investments for a long time?A: Our big growth fund, Calvert Equity, has turnover below 30% and in some periods even lower than that. I think with ESG engagement, done the right way, you’re really facilitated by being a long-term investor. You can’t have engagement with a company if you’re going to sell the company in three months.Stan Choe, The Associated Press read more

11yearold boy takes own life on train tracks in Japan

first_imgAN 11-YEAR-OLD boy has died after throwing himself under a train in Japan, in an apparent suicide in protest at plans to close his school, police and press reports said today.The boy, whose name was withheld, jumped onto tracks from a platform at a station in Daito, near Osaka yesterday afternoon, police said.“We are investigating the case as a possible suicide as eyewitnesses said the boy jumped onto the tracks by himself,” a Daito police spokesman said by telephone. “There was a (suicide) note near his rucksack left on the platform.”Media reports said the child was upset about a plan to close his elementary school and send its pupils to two other institutions, part of a rationalisation made necessary by Japan’s low birthrate.The note left by the boy reportedly asked authorities to stop the plan to abolish and merge the schools, according to the Asahi and Mainichi newspapers quoting the boy’s relatives.The boy reportedly sent a message to his mother’s cell phone, saying: “Thank you for everything. I love you all very, very much.”A ceremony to mark his school’s closure had been planned for Sunday but it was cancelled after his death.The boy’s death came after the December suicide of a teenager who took his own life following repeated physical abuse from his high school basketball coach in Osaka.Japan has one of the developed world’s highest suicide rates. Last year marked the first time in 15 years that the number of suicides fell below 30,000.If you have been affected by any of the issues raised in this article, it may help to speak to one of these groups:Samaritans 1850 60 90 90 or email jo@samaritans.orgTeen-Line Ireland 1800 833 634Console 1800 201 890Aware 1890 303 302Pieta House 01 601 0000 or email © AFP 2013.- Additional reporting by Michelle Hennessy.last_img read more

State by state its still Malcolm Turnbulls election to lose

first_imgThis theme is emphasised when the data is broken down by state. Both Newspoll and Ipsos find a recovery in support for Labor in every state, but not to any particularly significant level – with the exception of Western Australia. Even though it is not yet official, the 2016 election is all but set for July 2. The election will be a double-dissolution poll on the basis of the Senate’s refusal to pass the government’s bill to re-establish the Australian Building and Construction Commission.Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull is clearly of the view that an election fought on the matter of union behaviour suits his party’s strategy.The graphic below (Marginal seats held by the Coalition) shows the marginal seats by state. Three things are immediately apparent: – New South Wales has the largest collection of ultra-marginal seats; – Tasmania also has a crucial mass of very marginal seats; – the margins on many of these seats tend more towards 2-3 per cent rather than under 1 per cent. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The results show how difficult it will be for Labor to win the 2016 election.Labor’s hopes for the 2016 election have been buoyed by indicators of a decline in popular support for the Coalition government and, to a lesser extent, for Turnbull himself.Soon after ascending to the leadership, opinion polling indicated that Turnbull and his government enjoyed a surge in support. Turnbull probably should have gone to an early election at that point. But, for whatever reason, he decided instead to allow a series of ultimately fruitless ‘debates’ to occur over taxation, wages policy and federal-state financial relations.These poorly-handled debates, and some internal instability instigated by supporters of the deposed leader Tony Abbott, have contributed to the government’s falling popularity.The decline in the government’s position in the opinion polls, however, has not been so extensive as to constitute a sign of imminent defeat. There has been a swing back to Labor since Turnbull’s ascendancy, and Labor looks like it will improve its position from the last election.Labor’s rise will be due more to the fact that its defeat in 2013 was so bad that a recovery in its vote and representative numbers was inevitable. Labor could hardly have performed more poorly than it did in 2013. The polls are not indicating anything more than a slight correction on 2013. The problem for Labor is that Western Australia has few marginal seats. Support for the Liberal and National parties has fallen since the election – but not by much. However, Ipsos finds a dramatic fall in support in Western Australia and South Australia.More importantly for the Coalition, support in NSW and Queensland remains quite strong. Of the 20 most marginal seats, three are in Queensland and seven are in NSW. The additional seats that Labor would need to win to secure a majority are also in NSW and Queensland. These are the two battleground states in which primary support for the Coalition is much stronger than it is for Labor.The prospect of an equal outcome in the House of Representatives (a ‘hung parliament’) can’t be entirely discounted, although traditional political science views equal outcomes in single member electoral district elections with plurality (that is, majoritarian) voting as improbable. In theory, such systems should reward parties winning a majority of the vote an exaggerated majority.This is the norm in Australian elections. But, as 2010 showed, ‘hung’ parliaments are possible. It is likely that there will be a crossbench after the 2016 election made up of at least one Green (Adam Bandt in Melbourne) and independents Bob Katter (Kennedy), Cathy McGowan (Indi) and possibly Andrew Wilkie (Denison).This would be a handy enough collection of crossbench MPs. There could be more if Tony Windsor is elected in New England, and if Nick Xenophon’s party upsets traditional voting alignments in South Australia. Both Newspoll and Ipsos have indicated severe weakening of support for the major parties in that state, thus adding another degree of difficulty to the contest.The swings against the Coalition occurring in the polls are in states with comparatively few seats or, in the case of Victoria, comparatively few marginal government seats. Queensland and NSW are the key battlegrounds and, so far, the polls are indicating that the Coalition vote is holding up. With the writs for the new election still to be issued and the campaign yet to be in full swing, opinion polls are indicating that the Coalition will be returned with a reduced majority.* This article originally appeared at and is being republished under the Creative Commons licence.last_img read more

IPad 3 Apple propose de rembourser les Australiens privés de 4G

first_imgIPad 3 : Apple propose de rembourser les Australiens privés de 4GDe nombreux Australiens se sont plaints de l’incompatibilité du nouvel iPad avec la 4G. Une association de défense des consommateurs a ainsi lancé une action en justice contre la firme à la Pomme. Apple propose alors de rembourser les clients lésés.En réaction à une plainte déposée par une association australienne de défense des consommateurs, l’Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), Apple s’est engagé à rembourser les acquéreurs de l’iPad 3 s’estimant lésés par son incompatibilité avec la 4G sur le territoire australien.L’ACCC a assigné la firme de Cupertino devant la Cour fédérale de justice pour publicité mensongère, concernant la possibilité d’accéder au réseau 4G, de l’opérateur national Telstra avec le nouvel iPad.Lors de l’audience du mercredi 28 mars, Apple a affirmé que les clients mécontents seraient remboursés. Le géant de Cupertino serait sur le point de leur envoyer un email rappelant les propriétés techniques de sa tablette, rapporte l’agence Dow Jones. Toutefois, les avocats de la firme ont fait savoir qu’elle refusait de modifier ses emballages, comme le demande l’ACCC. L’association réclame également une suspension de la commercialisation du nouvel iPad en Australie, et des amendes.À lire aussiGrâce à son sang, cet Australien de 81 ans a sauvé plus de deux millions de bébésUne nouvelle audience a été fixée au 2 mai prochain, et Apple entend réfuter les accusations de l’ACCC. La firme assure que certaines fréquences 4G utilisées par Telstra, sont bien accessibles depuis l’iPad. “Il existe en Australie des réseaux qui, selon les définitions internationales, sont de la 4G”, a expliqué un avocat d’Apple cité par le journal The Age. “D’autres réseaux, opérés par Telstra, sont bel et bien décrits par les normes internationales comme de la 4G, même si Telstra lui-même ne les décrit pascomme tels”, a-t-il souligné.En outre, le géant de Cupertino affirme n’avoir jamais promis que l’iPad était compatible avec le réseau de Telstra, mais seulement qu’il pouvait “se connecter aux réseaux GSM/UMTS du monde entier” et “prendre en charge les réseaux cellulaires rapides dans le monde entier, jusqu’au 4G LTE”.Le 29 mars 2012 à 16:30 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

China plans to resume 25 tariffs on US car imports

first_img Comments 2019 Chevy Malibu review: Swing and a miss More From Roadshow Tags New Chinese bullet train has interchangeable cars Enlarge ImageThe X5 is a best-seller in China. Andrew Krok/Roadshow The Trump administration and its Chinese counterparts agreed to a ceasefire in the ongoing trade war previously, but both sides are now ready to ratchet things up again. For automakers, it’s concerning news as China announced it will resume 25% tariffs on cars imported from the US.Bloomberg reported on the announcement that China’s Ministry of Finance made on Friday. In addition to the auto tariffs on cars imported from the US, China also plans to impose even greater tariffs on soybeans and crude oil.Producers of both products face an extra 5% tariff starting in September, while the auto tariffs will resume this December. The timeframe mirrors tariffs the Trump administration’s plans to impose on $300 billion worth of Chinese goods.Some automobiles will be subject to an additional 10% tariff, though specifics weren’t included. However, the additional tariffs in combination with existing duties could make US-imported vehicles 50% more expensive starting Dec. 15. Bloomberg highlighted Daimler, BMW and Tesla as most vulnerable.In fact, BMW and Daimler manufacture six of China’s 10 best-selling vehicles here in the US. They include the BMW X5, Mercedes-Benz GLE, GLS and BMW X4. As for American automakers, the Lincoln MKC, Ford Explorer and Jeep Grand Cherokee also rank in the top 10 best-selling models exported to China, per Bloomberg. The Tesla Model X will also be hit hard as the Silicon Valley-based carmaker does not build any vehicles in China yet.For automakers building vehicles in the US, it may incentivize them to add production to Chinese facilities or move production entirely. China remains the world’s largest market for new cars despite a slowdown. The report said a Chinese delegation still plans to visit Washington, D.C. for negotiations this September where we may see these tariffs delayed. More about 2019 BMW X5 Review • 2019 BMW X5 review: The O.G. dog gets new tricks Car Industry 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Now playing: Watch this: News • Optional headlights deliver IIHS Top Safety Pick Plus to 2019 BMW X5 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous China’s latest crossover is GAC Motor’s GS5 1:19 BMW Ford Tesla Mercedes-Benz Jeep 2 Share your voice Preview • 2019 BMW X5: The Trojan horse of tech 24 Photos Lincoln BMW Ford Jeep Mercedes-Benz Teslalast_img read more

Alaska News Nightly March 24 2014

first_imgIndividual news stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter @aprn.Download AudioLegislature Weighs ‘Erin’s Law’  Daysha Eaton, KYUK – BethelThis week, Erin Merryn will be visiting Alaska to promote a law that provides age-appropriate sexual abuse education to children in public schools. Erin’s Law, named after the 29-year-old from Illinois, has passed in 11 states and is pending in 26 others, including Alaska. And we should warn listeners: this story talks frankly about sexual abuse and rape.Congress Subpoenas EPA For Documents About The Pebble Mine Mike Mason, KDLG – DillinghamThe Oversight and Government Reform Committee in the U.S. House of Representatives has subpoenaed the EPA for documents about the proposed Pebble Mine.Ex-Secretary of State Endorses Sullivan in Tight U.S. Senate Race Liz Ruskin, APRN – Washington DCPolitical advertisements can get mean, but two new TV spots in the race for Mark Begich’s U.S. Senate seat are trying for that warm, fuzzy feeling.Exxon Valdez Memories From Alaska’s Capitol Still Fresh 25 Years LaterJeremy Hsieh, KTOO – JuneauIt’s been 25years since the Exxon Valdez tanker ran aground, spilling hundreds of thousands of barrels of oil in Prince William Sound.Survivors Reflect On 1964 EarthquakeBrianna Gibbs, KMXT – KodiakThis is an important week for anniversaries of big disasters in Alaska history. Thursday marks the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Good Friday earthquake and tsunami. The 9.2 quake took lives and destroyed houses and infrastructure in Anchorage, Valdez, Seward and other communities.Rural Communities Get Help With Tax PrepZachariah Hughes, KNOM – NomeThe Alaska Business Development Center spent last week coordinating free tax assistance across the state. Teams of two and three volunteers travel to small bush communities to help residents prepare tax returns.Cama-i Festival Wraps Up In Bethel Ben Matheson, KNOM – NomeThe three day Cama-i festival wrapped up Sunday in Bethel. More than 20 dance groups from up and down the Yukon and Kuskowkin rivers and across north America came together to dance, celebrate, and this year, to heal.last_img read more

Germans back tough immigration policies Poll

first_imgGerman Finance Minister Olaf Scholz, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier pose during the `70 Years of Social Market Economy` anniversary event at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy in Berlin, Germany on 15 June 2018. Photo: ReutersAs Chancellor Angela Merkel fights to save her government in a heated battle over immigration, an opinion poll Friday showed most Germans support the tougher line of her rebel interior minister.The survey found that 62 per cent of respondents were in favour of turning back undocumented asylum seekers at the border, in line with the stance of Interior Minister Horst Seehofer who is openly challenging Merkel.And 86 per cent want faster deportations of rejected asylum seekers, a process now often held up by bureaucratic hurdles, according to the Infratest dimap poll.The survey heightens pressure on Merkel, who has faced a backlash for allowing into Germany more than one million people fleeing war and misery in Syria, Iraq and elsewhere since 2015.The mass influx sparked the rise of the far-right and anti-Islam AfD party, which entered parliament last September.Merkel’s welcome to refugees also infuriated Seehofer and his CSU, the sister party of her Christian Democrats in the southern state of Bavaria, the main entry point for most arrivals.In an unprecedented split between the CDU and CSU, Seehofer has openly defied Merkel with a demand to allow border police to turn back migrants who lack valid identity papers or are already registered in another EU country.Merkel argues that Germany must not take the sudden and unilateral step of rejecting most asylum seekers at the border, which would heighten the burden for frontline countries like Italy, Greece and Spain.She has pledged instead to seek bilateral agreements with these countries and a wider solution by the EU, which holds its next summit on June 28-29.Not ‘Game of Thrones’The CSU-which faces an election threat from the AfD in October state polls-has refused to budge and set Merkel an effective ultimatum of next Monday.Seehofer will on that day seek CSU party backing to use his ministerial authority to order border police to turn back the asylum seekers.The feuding parties have reportedly asked parliamentary Speaker Wolfgang Schaeuble, the 75-year-old former finance minister, to mediate in the bitter dispute.For Merkel, in power for over 12 years, the stakes couldn’t be higher as she leads an uneasy coalition government with a narrow majority that took half a year to cobble together.If Seehofer decides to go it alone, Merkel would have to fire him, sparking an unprecedented CDU-CSU split, political scientist Heinrich Oberreuter told business daily Handelsblatt.In that scenario, Merkel could lead a minority government with the third party in the coalition, the Social Democrats (SPD), or call fresh elections that would likely benefit only the AfD, he said.Amid the chaos, the SPD’s Finance Minister Olaf Scholz called for cool heads to prevail, tweeting that “the task of governing our country is serious and not an episode of Game of Thrones”.last_img

Apartment Glut Continues As Houston Is On Track To Open 26000 Units

first_img Share 00:00 /01:56 To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listencenter_img X Florian MartinThe Market Square Tower apartment building (shown here in June 2015) is slated to open this fall. A report by apartment search website RentCafe finds 95 apartment complexes have already opened or are slated to open this year, for a total of 26,000 new units in Greater Houston.But that may be more a picture of what happened in the past than the future.“A lot of these projects were on the drawing board in 2011, 2012, 2013, when the economy was still booming, when we were creating 80,000, 90,000, 100,000 jobs a year,” said Patrick Jankowski, regional economist and vice president of research at the Greater Houston Partnership.He said job growth here has slowed to a trickle – in large part due to the oil slump – and the demand just isn’t there anymore.“From January ’13 to July ’16, we actually added 65,000 apartment units to the market,” Jankowski said. “We are already overbuilt in apartments. There is already an apartment glut, and it’s only going to get worse this year and next year.”He said that’s bad for landlords but good news for renters. Rents have been stagnant in Houston for the last year or so.Jankowski said in many cases renters are offered incentives like free rent for the first month, gift cards or even a cruise.But the glut is not spread equally across the Bayou City.Doug Ressler, a researcher with Yardi Matrix, which provided the data for the RentCafe report, said a lot more units are built in the wealthier parts of town.“What you see is that developers typically build discretionary units,” he said. “They don’t go out and build affordable units. I mean, it just doesn’t make sense from a business model standpoint.”Ressler said in the eastern part of Greater Houston – from east Conroe down to Galveston and Lake Jackson – only 4,000 new units are expected to come online by the end of this year.That’s compared to 22,000 on the generally wealthier western side.last_img read more

Whats the range of the Wii Us gamepad

first_imgNintendo boss, Iwata, has interviewed his colleagues that made the gamepad possible, to give a better understanding of how it works and answer that all important question — what’s the range of the Wii U’s gamepad?The Wii U gamepad acts as a wireless receiver for images sent from the Wii U itself and therefore needs to receive the images in real time, without any latency issues. In fact, to get round these issues the people at Nintendo had to get outside help in order to achieve something no one else has before.There is no clear answer on the range of the Wii U’s gamepad, it entirely depends on how your house is built. In certain games, you can continue playing your game without the TV so if someone wants to watch something on TV, you can keep playing on your gamepad. However it is recommended that you continue playing in the same room with no other objects in your way to avoid the signal being interrupted.Iwata said it is possible to continue playing a game while having a wall in between the gamepad and the Wii U but it depends what that wall is made of. As the signals being sent from the Wii U to the gamepad are radio waves, these waves can be affected when they have to go through something such as water or steel but a single wall should be ok.Bill Trinen from Nintendo America recently suggested using the gamepad 24 feet away (8 meters) for the best performance but it is recommended you simply test how far you can take your gamepad, when you get a Wii U, without losing the signal.via Iwata Askslast_img read more

How to be a smart adventure sports lover

first_imgAdventure sports are unique in their adrenaline-inducing capabilities, owing to the thrill and ‘risk’ factor involved. However, a sports lover must venture into such extreme activities after being educated into the art of taking a ‘calculated risk, say experts. Research on your destination and associated safety measures: The success and failure of this industry comes down to one primary aspect and that is safety. One should do some primary research on the company providing their chosen activity before visiting, look up testimonials, ratings and should take appropriate measures. Ask questions about the safety practices followed, understand how disciplined is the organisation in the maintenance of the same. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe most important thing is to be mentally prepared and excited about the sport you are attempting. Ask yourself if you actually want to do it or is it just peer pressure. Go ahead only if you are confident.Pack wisely and smartly for the trip: While going on for an adventure trip, one must pack efficiently and smartly. They should carry all the necessary trip accessories like water bottle, flashlight or torch, portable charger, sunglasses, sleeping bag sheet, medicines and some toiletries in their backpacks. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveLoosen up: The whole point of adventure sports is to expand our horizon, shatter the glass ceiling we set for ourselves and step out of our comfort zones. Acknowledging this larger picture pushes one to truly embrace the experience and squeeze out every ounce of benefit and glory from that one exhilarating opportunity.The fitness challenge: Understanding your fitness levels is important to get the maximum out of your adventure. Do not put your health at risk by trying something that you are clearly not capable of. Ensure you have got your medical tests done and consulted your doctor before attempting something you have never done before. The tests may vary depending on the nature of the activity you are planning to indulge in. If you suffer from vertigo, acrophobia, asthma or any heart disease, refrain from attempting such sports. Make sure that you are in pink of health and in case of minor ailments, take your doctor’s advice.Get insured: Buy a travel insurance plan that will safeguard you and your loved ones in case of any unforeseen incidents during your adventure trip. Before buying a policy go through the details and consult an expert to see if the plans will cover the mishaps that could result from the sport you are going to attempt. There are many insurance options, however, choosing a suitable one is always a challenge.Don’t take pictures while doing the sport. It can be extremely dangerous. Focus on what you are there for and make the best out of it.Gear: Perhaps the most obvious safety measure is to wear protective gear and equipment. Helmets, goggles, gloves, and padding are all designed for specific reasons. Each form of protective accessory has a purpose that makes it essential in every extreme sport. The gear must be in solid, working condition, and equipment needs to be used properly. Before you try any extreme sport, learn as much as you can about it. Gradually build your skill level at a slow pace. Seek medical help immediately if you or someone you are with is injured.Understand Your Ability: If you watch extreme sports on television, keep in mind that the stunts are performed by professionals with years of practice. Although some things might appear easy, they should not be attempted by someone without the proper training and expert coaching. Children need to be aware that these stunts are dangerous and unsafe for them. One of the most common ways that people are hurt is by trying to perform something that is beyond their ability.last_img read more

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first_imgCase Study | April 26, 2013 | Hologic Inc. Small Community Hospital in Arizona Distinguishes Itself With Addition of 3D Mammography Kingman Regional Medical Center, Kingman, AZ Qlarity Imaging’s software is used to assist radiologists in the assessment and characterization of breast lesions. Imaging features are synthesized by an artificial intelligence algorithm into a single value, the QI score, which is analyzed relative to a database of reference abnormalities with known ground truth. Image courtesy of Business Wire. Technology | Breast Biopsy Systems | July 24, 2019 Fujifilm Releases Tomosynthesis Biopsy Option for Aspire Cristalle Mammography System Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. Inc. recently expanded its breast imaging solutions with the launch of its… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | July 03, 2019 Therapixel Appoints Matthieu Leclerc-Chalvet as CEO Artificial intelligence (AI) breast cancer screening specialist Therapixel announced the appointment of Matthieu… read more News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | Mammography | July 10, 2019 SimonMed Imaging Implements ProFound AI for 3-D Tomosynthesis Arizona-based SimonMed Imaging announced their implementation of the first U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)-… read more Related Content Technology | Artificial Intelligence | July 18, 2019 Paragon Biosciences Launches Qlarity Imaging to Advance FDA-cleared AI Breast Cancer Diagnosis System Paragon Biosciences LLC announced the launch of its seventh portfolio company, Qlarity Imaging LLC, which was founded… read more Technology | Mammography Reporting Software | July 25, 2019 Hologic Partners With MagView to Develop Unifi EQUIP Solution Hologic announced a partnership with mammography information solutions provider MagView to develop Unifi EQUIP, an… read more center_img Image courtesy of Imago Systems IBM collected a dataset of 52,936 images from 13,234 women who underwent at least one mammogram between 2013 and 2017, and who had health records for at least one year prior to the mammogram. The algorithm was trained on 9,611 mammograms. Image courtesy of Radiology. News | Radiology Business | June 26, 2019 Konica Minolta Healthcare and the Emory Healthcare Innovation Hub Partner to Drive Innovation in Healthcare Konica Minolta Healthcare Americas, Inc. read more KRMC’s radiologists can be more confident when reading 3-D exams, noted Dr. Christian Johansen. He explains, \”Tomosynthesis produces exceptionally clear 3-dimensional images of the breast, helping the Imaging Center’s radiologists ‘see through’ overlapping tissues that might otherwise have obscured breast cancer.\”In the small rural town of Kingman, AZ — approximately 90 minutes southeast of Las Vegas — most of its 28,000-plus population are economically disadvantaged; some of them still work in local gold and silver mines. So for women living in the area, getting a mammogram every year isn’t a priority; in fact, notes Dr. Christopher Johansen, Kingman Regional Medical Center (KRMC) Radiologist and Director of its Breast Imaging Program, “Many of our residents don’t have health insurance. And many aren’t even aware of the importance of getting annual mammograms.”  That’s why Teri Williams, Communications Director at KRMC, made it her mission to build a breast health practice for the Center. As part of this, she set up Well Women Health Check, a federally funded program to provide clinical breast exams, Pap tests and mammograms for under-insured and uninsured women throughout the region. She wrote and received grants from the Susan G. Komen Foundation to help fund a program called Catch It Early. Then in September 2011, something happened that would change Teri’s life, along with the lives of hundreds of women in the area.  KRMC purchased a Hologic Selenia Dimensions breast tomosynthesis (3D mammography) system, making them just the second hospital in Arizona to make the technology available to its patients. Despite its size, it’s not surprising that 3D mammography made its way to Kingman. In addition to his extensive training in radiology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, Dr. Johansen completed a one-year fellowship in breast imaging at Massachusetts General Hospital, where breast tomosynthesis was first pioneered. Dr. Johansen explains the reason he pushed KRMC to purchase the technology: “The medical center is a non-profit community hospital; our first priority is to provide for the health of our town and county. In our community we’re seeing a one percent breast cancer rate, which is much higher than the national average. So we felt that tomosynthesis would have the greatest impact on our community’s health.” Just ask Teri. Her mom is a breast cancer survivor, so Teri knows how important screening exams are.  Her mammograms were always read as normal — until her tomosynthesis exam. Says Teri, “I have dense breast tissue, so there was no way 2D mammography could have found my cancer; it was tiny and hidden in layers of tissue.”Fortunately for Teri, the tumor was still small and had not spread, so her treatment consisted of a lumpectomy. Says Teri: “Thanks to tomosynthesis, we caught the cancer early; no cancer cells were detected in my lymph nodes or in the tissue margins around the tumor. It’s crazy; I live and breathe tomosynthesis for everyone else, and then it saved my life.”Teri is just one of many patients who are grateful to have tomosynthesis in the community. As Dr. Johansen notes, “We have had other cases with very vague findings on the patient’s 2D mammogram. In the past, we’ve relied on more expensive technologies like MRI to get definitive information. But now, we can use tomosynthesis for diagnostic exams. We have actually found more cancers — tumors that would have been difficult or impossible to see with 2D mammography.” Dr. Johansen also notes that KRMC’s radiologists have seen fewer call-backs since implementing 3D mammography. Thanks to the continued efforts of Teri and the entire Imaging Center staff at KRMC, word is out that Kingman offers tomosynthesis. “We’re getting a lot of folks coming from other communities,” says Teri, who adds: “Women are naturally frightened when they hear the words breast cancer. But once they get through it — like I have — they understand how curable breast cancer is when it’s found early. That’s the real value of tomosynthesis. It truly is a lifesaver; it saved mine.”In conclusion, Dr. Johansen says: “We basically went from a population of unscreened women to a population now being screened by the most advanced mammography technology available.”Case study supplied by Hologic Inc.The views and opinions expressed herein are those of Dr. Johansen, Teri Williams and their colleagues at Kingman Regional Medical Center and are not necessarily those of Hologic.This information is intended for medical professionals in the U.S. and other markets and is not intended as a product solicitation or promotion where such activities are prohibited. Because Hologic materials are distributed through websites, eBroadcasts and trade shows, it is not always possible to control where such materials appear. 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