Fincantieri Goes All In on Vard Acquisition

first_imgzoom Fincantieri Oil & Gas, a subsidiary of the Italian shipbuilding conglomerate Fincantieri, has launched a voluntary conditional general offer in Singapore for the ordinary shares of Vard Holdings Limited not already held by the company.The company said that the offer is for the remaining 44.37% of the Vard share capital not already held by Fincantieri O&G, which is equal to over 523.5 million shares.The price per share offered to the minority shareholders will be SGD 0.24 (USD 0.17), for a maximum consideration of SGD 125.6 million (USD 89 million) in case of full acceptance.Fincantieri said that the offer will be financed through available financial resources.Fincantieri O&G currently holds around 55.63% of the Vard share capital, following the acquisition of a majority stake in January 2013 and the subsequent mandatory general offer.Listed on the Singapore Exchange, Vard is one of the largest shipbuilders of offshore and specialized vessels, with nine shipyards in Norway, Romania, Brazil and Vietnam.“The purpose of the offer is to delist Vard from the Singapore Stock Exchange and the offer is conditional upon Fincantieri O&G acquiring more than 90% of the total Vard shares. Once this condition is met, the Singapore Stock Exchange may suspend trading of the Vard shares following the close of the offer,” Fincantieri said.The offer period will end on a date at least 28 days after the day the offer document is dispatched, subject to further extensions, according to the company.last_img read more

Brampton Actress Snags Canadian Screen Awards Nomination

first_imgBrampton actress Olunike Adeliyi has been nominated for Best Supporting Actress in the 2018 Canadian Screen Awards for her role in the feature film Boost, which opens in Canada on March 2nd.An accomplished stage actress and the co-creator/producer of the acting competition Monologue Slam, Adeliyi was previously nominated for Best Performance by a Female at the Canadian Comedy Awards for her role in the 2012 film French Immersion, and she won the 2014 Black Canadian Award for Best Actress for her overall performances that year. Login/Register With: Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Advertisement Facebooklast_img

Pakistan 14 shot dead after being offloaded from buses

first_imgIslamabad/Karachi: Unidentified gunmen donning uniforms of paramilitary soldiers Thursday massacred at least 14 passengers, including Pakistan Navy personnel, after forcing them to disembark from buses on a highway in the restive Balochistan province, in the latest targeted killing in the country. Around 15 to 20 gunmen stopped five to six buses travelling between Karachi and Gwadar. They stopped the buses on the Makran Coastal Highway in Balochistan’s Ormara area, checked some three dozen passengers’ identity cards and offloaded 16 people before shooting them dead, police said. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from USBalochistan Inspector General of Police Mohsin Hassan Butt said around 15 to 20 unidentified gunmen wearing uniforms of paramilitary Frontier Corps were involved in the attack carried out early morning at Buzi Top area. “A total of 16 people were offloaded and 14 killed while 2 managed to escape,” the officer said. Balochistan Home Minister Zia Langove told the media that the attackers used their fatigue as a disguise to carry out a routine check on the passengers. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential polls”We have launched a probe to identify and arrest the attackers,” he said, adding that the deceased have not been identified. “One navy and one coast guard personnel were among those killed,” Langove said. A Pakistan Navy spokesperson said Navy personnel were among those killed in the attack. Prime Minister Imran Khan has strongly condemned the killings in a statement from his office and sought a report on the incident. “The prime minister has sought a report into the incident,” a PM Office statement said, according to APP news agency. “He directed the authorities concerned to make every possible effort to identify and bring the perpetrators of the barbaric act to justice. The prime minister also expressed his sympathies with the bereaved families of the victims,” it said. President Arif Alvi also condemned the “cowardly terrorist attack”. Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal condemned the incident and offered his condolences to the victims’ families. “These cowardly terrorists showed the extent of their barbarism by murdering innocent passengers,” the chief minister said. He described the attack as a conspiracy to halt progress in Balochistan and tarnish the country’s image, and assured that “progress will continue no matter what”. The motive behind the killings is yet to be ascertained and no group has claimed responsibility for the attack. Balochistan, which borders Afghanistan and Iran, is Pakistan’s largest and poorest province, rife with ethnic, sectarian and separatist insurgencies. In the past, minority Shia Muslims and ethnic workers from the Punjab province have been targeted in such attacks. An ISIS suicide attack targeting Hazara Shias in the provincial capital of Quetta last week killed 21 people and injured 60 others. Armed gunmen kidnapped about two dozen passengers from two Karachi-bound coaches from Balochistan’s Mastung area in 2015, killing at least 19 of them in the mountainous area of Khad Kocha.last_img read more

Islamic Scholar Adnan Ibrahim Leaves Morocco Without Giving Sermon

Rabat- Palestinian-Austrian Islamic scholar and television pundit Adnan Ibrahim has left  Morocco after Morocco’s Ministry of Religious Endowments and Islamic Affairs denied speculations that he would attend the King’s religious lectures and preach in Moroccan mosques for the rest of Ramadan.Following the online controversy stirred by news of the scholar’s attendance at the king’s “Hassania” religious lectures, new speculations have erupted in the media about the scholar’s hasty departure from Morocco.According to Moroccan news outlet, H24 info, Ibrahim spent some time in a hotel in Morocco, awaiting the ministry’s permission for him to lecture. However, because the ministry did not contact him amid the sharp criticism and condemnation expressed by religious conservatives, Ibrahim decided to leave. On June 1, administrators of Ibrahim’s official Facebook page announced his arrival in Morocco upon the ministry’s invitation to him to attend religious lectures, held during Ramadan ever since the late King Hassan II’s reign.Later, the ministry denied Ibrahim’s assertions, saying that Ibrahim was not invited to participate in any religious program, neither in mosques nor with any associations in the kingdom, and said that it prefers to keep a distance from the debates and controversy that the scholar raises.The scholar’s “liberal” or “reformist” views on Islam, such as his promotion of inheritance equality, have always provoked the criticism of more traditional or conservative Muslims.Upon learning about his arrival to preach in Morocco, many religious Moroccans strongly rejected his participation and called for the ministry to go back on its decision, believing that his approach to Islam would misguide Moroccan Muslims.“Adnan Ibrahim to preach in Morocco’s mosques!!! Does the Ministry of Islamic Affairs accept Imam mosques to spread Adnan Ibrahim’s ideas,” questioned a Facebook user.“How could the [ministry]invite the misguided and misguiding man, Adnan Ibrahim to mislead Moroccans,” wrote another. Last month, Saudi Arabia banned the broadcast of Ibrahim’s television show as many traditional Islamic scholars in the kingdom rose against his ideology, deeming him “dangerous.” read more

Brock mosquito expert Fiona Hunter to meet with media Friday

The international efforts to control Aedes aegypti, a species of international concern because it can vector yellow fever, dengue, West Nile, chikungunya and Zika.On display for photography purposes will be the types of traps used to collect Aedes albopictus and Aedes aegypti and pinned specimens of both species (from Brock’s research colonies).Brock University Media ConferenceWhen: 1:15 p.m.Where: Room 207, Cairns Family Health and Bioscience Research Complex, Brock University, 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way.Phone Access: Call 647-426-3117 and use conference code 643316Who: Fiona Hunter, Professor of Medical Entomology, Department of Biological Sciences at Brock University; Bryan Giordano, PhD candidate, Centre for Biotechnology; Alessio Gasparotto, Manager, Entomogen Inc.For more information: * Dan Dakin, Media Relations Officer, Brock University ddakin@brocku.ca, 905-688-5550 x5353 or 905-347-1970 The fact that although these locations have summer climates conducive to permitting these species to reproduce, cold winter temperatures most certainly will kill off Aedes aegyptiand probably Aedes albopictus. On Friday morning, the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit announced the discovery of the “yellow fever mosquito”, Aedes aegypti, in Windsor. This species is thought to be responsible for the majority of human cases of Zika virus infection worldwide.The discovery was made during enhanced surveillance for Aedes albopictus, another invasive species discovered earlier this summer in Windsor-Essex. The team involved in the discovery of Aedes aegpyti included scientists from Public Health Ontario, Entomogen Inc., and Brock University. The discovery of Aedes aegypti is believed to be the first time the species has been found in Canada.Bryan Giordano, PhD candidate in the Centre for Biotechnology at Brock, tested the mosquitoes for Zika virus in Brock University’s CL3 laboratory; all three Aedes aegypti mosquitoes tested negative for Zika.Brock University will host a press conference Friday, Oct. 28 at 1:15 p.m. with Hunter, Giordano and Alessio Gasparotto, Manager, Entomogen Inc., the company that identifies mosquitoes for the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit’s mosquito surveillance program.This will be the team’s only media availability in relation to the Aedes aegypti discovery. Hunter and the team can speak to:The significance of finding these species in Windsor and the ongoing collection efforts for them in Niagara. Windsor and Niagara are the likely points of entry due to their geography. How the team will use gene sequencing to determine the source of these specimens – either from the southern U.S., the north-eastern U.S. or from an overseas country. read more

SiteMonitor laser scanning supplied for Geita Gold Mine Tanzania

first_img3D Laser Mapping has supplied AngloGold Ashanti with a high tech laser monitoring system, called SiteMonitor, to support mine survey activities and improve safety at the Geita Gold Mine in Tanzania. SiteMonitor is 3D Laser Mapping’s laser monitoring solution, using laser scanning to measure change and improve mine safety and is typically used in open pit mines for the continuous or periodic stability monitoring of unstable high walls.SiteMonitor combines breed laser scanning hardware with monitoring software specifically designed for applications in this type of environment. It is currently being used at the Nyankanga Pit to monitor slope stability and pit wall movements in order to provide early warning detections.Jon Chicken, 3D Laser Mapping’s Director said “This system scans the pit slopes and acts as an early warning system to determine any instability and movement which could lead to slope failures or wall collapses. Slope collapses and pit wall failures caused by unexpected ground movements can result in fatalities, damage to mining equipment and loss of productivity. The laser scanning system gives a user far greater understanding of risk and helps ensure a safe working environment.”“The scanner and software are essential tools in preventing incidents and associated injuries, as it provides a better understanding of the immediate, fundamental and contributing causes of slope failures and wall movements,” he added.The RIEGL VZ-1000 is a long range, high speed laser scanner with a wide range of view. The VZ-1000 uses unique echo digitisation and online waveform analysis to achieve superior performance and accuracies of measurement, even under adverse weather conditions. Achieving accuracies of 5 millimetres at ranges of up to 1,400 metres the VZ-1000 can capture up to 122,000 points per second with a 100 x 360-degree field of view. /o:p>last_img read more

President Obama meets with Japans best robots

first_imgIn the not so distant future, America will be at war with the machines, but at the moment, relations between the United States and the robots are peaceful… which perhaps explains President Barack Obama’s recent decision to spend some time with a room full of mechanical men.The impromptu diplomatic mission occurred last week, when Obama was in Japan along with politicians from 21 other countries for the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation 2010 meeting. Since it was hosted in Japan, the host country decided to use the opportunity to show off their amazing technological mastery of the field of robotics, and Obama himself spent some time meeting with the most advanced robots that Japan could produce.AdChoices广告First, Obama was greeted by the HRP-4C humanoid, which greeted Obama with its servo-controlled arms to a horrifying uncanny valley best exemplified by Paro, the robotic baby seal, which spent the entire time pitifully screaming, like some sort of pup born without skin.Alarmed, Obama politely excused himself and moved on, only to be intercepted by Toyota’s mobility robot, the i-Real. Since the i-Real is essentially a robotic wheelchair, Obama sat down and did his best impression of what polio-stricken Franklin Delano Roosevelt might have looked like if he’d been an African-American cyborg. Then he left the room with a grin and polite wave.We normally wouldn’t write about a Pacific economic summit, but heck, Obama meets with robots? The headline writes itself!Read more at NECN (via Crunchgear)last_img read more

Geek deals Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 Ivy Bridge laptop for 749

first_imgPCs with Intel’s new Ivy Bridge platform have only just started shipping en masse in the last few weeks, yet we’ve seen a surprising number of discounts and promotions around these new models. Part of this may have to do with a lack of Core i3 and Core i5 Ivy Bridge parts, as all the models released so far have had the quad-core Core i7 chips. Since these carry a higher price tag, manufacturers may be wanting to move new models and offer discounts to avoid the sticker shock of a new, high end chip.Whatever the reason, we always love a good deal, especially on brand new tech. Ivy Bridge is around 15% faster, 15% more power efficient, and the integrated GPU got a 60% boost in performance too. We’re still waiting for all the new models to come out, but a few manufacturers have a handful of new products available today.Lenovo just released their second Ivy Bridge laptop, the IdeaPad Z580. It also represents one of the most aggressive prices we have seen on a new Ivy Bridge laptop. This 15.6-inch machine comes with the quad-core Core i7-3612QM, which runs from 2.1GHz all the way up to 3.1GHz via Turbo Boost. Rounding out this model’s build is a generous 8GB of RAM, a massive 1TB hard drive, and other Z580 standard features like Bluetooth 4.0 and Wireless-N.While being sold at a ridiculously low price, the IdeaPad Z580 comes very well optioned with two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, both VGA & HDMI output, and a 5-in-1 media card reader. Lenovo intends this machine for multimedia use, equipping more powerful speakers with Dolby Home Theater technology to give sound quality a boost. The same technology is in my ThinkPad X1 and it is a very nice addition.If you’ve been on the fence about picking up a new Ivy Bridge system, wait no longer. These prices are very aggressive and represent a great value on this brand new tech.Visit LogicBuy for the Lenovo IdeaPad Z580 Ivy Bridge Core i7 Laptop deallast_img read more

Enter to Win an iPad Pro and Save Up to 64% on iPad Refurbs

first_imgApple iPad Pro 9.7″ 256GB WiFi Space Gray (Certified Refurbished)MSRP: $899.00   |   Sale Price: $699.00   |   Save 22 percentIf you’ve been searching for a tablet that offers a little more ‘oomph’, you can stop looking. This iPad Pro offers an impressive A9X chip so it can power through practically anything. It also has an enormous 256GB of internal storage, which means that this iPad is equipped to take on even the most intensive tasks. Apple iPad Pro 12.9″ 32GB WiFi Space Gray (Refurbished)MSRP: $699.00   |   Sale Price: $520.00   |   Save 25 percentThe iPad Pro changed the way we think about tablets. And now you can pick one up for way less than retail with this special offer. It features a stunning Retina display, a sizable 32GB of storage, and a powerful A9 chip, so it’ll handle anything you can throw at it — figuratively speaking. And this unit comes in ‘excellent’ condition, so it’s almost like brand new. This $500 SEO Tool Is Only $24 TodayThis Easy-to-Fly LED Drone Performs Acrobatic Moves Apple iPad 5 9.7″ 32GB WiFi Space Gray (Certified Refurbished) – $290See Deal Apple iPad Pro 9.7″ 32GB WiFi Silver (Certified Refurbished)MSRP: $599.00   |   Sale Price: $479.00   |   Save 20 percentThis iPad Pro offers the portability of a tablet and the power of a computer. It’s perfect for students, executives, and everyone in between. It features a dual core A9X chip with quad-core graphics so it can handle even the toughest jobs, a stunning 9.7” Retina display, and an ultra-long 10 hour battery life so it’ll last through the entire work day. Apple iPad Mini 3 7.9″ 128GB WiFi Space Gray (Certified Refurbished) – $379See Deal Apple iPad Mini 3 7.9″ 128GB WiFi Space Gray (Certified Refurbished)MSRP: $599.00   |   Sale Price: $379.00   |   Save 36 percentThis iPad Mini 3 seamlessly blends functionality with portability. It’s perfect for commuters, allowing you to grip it with one hand while you interface with the other. With 128GB of storage, it can store a wide range of apps, and the built-in 5MP camera is perfect for snapping photos on the go. Apple iPad Mini 2 7.9″ 128GB WiFi Space Gray (Certified Refurbished)MSRP: $599.00   |   Sale Price: $329.00   |   Save 45 percentIf you’re looking for a tablet that’ll reliably browse the web, send and receive emails, and let you play games, then this may be the perfect one for you. With a release date of 2013, it’s a little older than some other models, but it still has a lot of functionality to offer. It features a powerful processor, a camera, and an impressive 128GB of storage. Like this deal? Check out Vault — you’ll get four premium tools, including NordVPN and Dashlane, to supercharge your online security. Try it free for 14 days now!Prices subject to change. Apple iPad Mini 2 7.9″ 128GB WiFi Space Gray (Certified Refurbished) – $329See Deal Apple iPad Air 9.7″ 16GB WiFi (Certified Refurbished) – $225See Deal Apple iPad Pro 9.7″ 32GB WiFi Silver (Certified Refurbished) – $479See Deal Apple iPad Pro 12.9″ 32GB WiFi Space Gray (Refurbished) – $520See Deal Apple iPad Mini 16GB WiFi (Certified Refurbished) – $169See Deal Apple iPad Air 9.7″ 16GB WiFi (Certified Refurbished)MSRP: $499.99   |   Sale Price: $225.00   |   Save 54 percentNeed an iPad that’ll let you browse the web and play games with ease? Then this iPad Air 16GB edition will fit you like a glove. It can run thousands of apps, it runs fast and smooth, features front and rear facing cameras, and it offers a cool 10 hours of operation per charge. Apple iPad 3 9.7″ 64GB WiFi Black (Refurbished) – $239See Deal Apple iPad 5 9.7″ 32GB WiFi Space Gray (Certified Refurbished)MSRP: $329.00   |   Sale Price: $290.00   |   Save 11 percentWant an iPad that’ll last well into the future at a price that’s easy to afford? Then this iPad 5, which came out as recently as 2017, offers the best of both worlds. It features a third generation A9 chip, an 8MP camera, and a hefty 32GB of internal storage. It’s new enough that’ll it’ll run nearly every app that’s available today, yet it fits practically any budget. Apple iPad Pro 9.7″ 256GB WiFi Space Gray (Certified Refurbished) – $699See Deal Apple iPad Mini 16GB WiFi (Certified Refurbished)MSRP: $459.99   |   Sale Price: $169.00   |   Save 63 percentIf an iPhone is too small and the regular 9.7” iPad is too big, then this Apple iPad Mini is just right. It features a brilliant Retina display, both forward and rear facing cameras, Siri functionality, and Wi-Fi connectivity so you can use it practically anywhere. Stay on target iPad Mini 3 16GB WiFi (Certified Refurbished)MSRP: $399.99   |   Sale Price: $355.00   |   Save 11 percentThe iPad Mini 3, measuring at just 7.9,” is small enough to carry around but not so small that your productivity is hindered. It features a stunning Retina display, a generous 16GB of internal storage, and all the power you need to run a wide range of apps. It also offers Bluetooth connectivity so you can pair it to a speaker for playing music. iPad Mini 3 16GB WiFi (Certified Refurbished) – $355See Deal The iPad Pro stands in a class all its own. It’s like a computer that you can hold in your hand. The newest model offers more power than some laptop PCs, while maintaining a level of portability that’s second to none. Whether you’re a creative professional, student, executive, or anyone else, you’ll come to appreciate all you can do with this amazing piece of tech.Want to get your hands on one for free? Then all you have to do is go to The iPad Pro Power User Bundle Giveaway contest page at the Geek Shop and sign up.If you’re the lucky winner, not only will you walk away with the iPad Pro, but also an Apple Pencil and a keyboard folio as well. That makes this package a dream for any lover of productivity. But you can’t win if you don’t enter, so hop on that horse and fire off your contest entry today.If you want a more surefire way to expand your Apple arsenal—while still saving a pretty penny—you can get your hands on some sweet Apple refurbs that are all on sale today. Read on for details:Apple iPad 3 9.7″ 64GB WiFi Black (Refurbished)MSRP: $399.00   |   Sale Price: $239.00   |   Save 40 percentLooking for an iPad that offers plenty of power at a minuscule price? Then this is the one for you. It features a spacious 64GB of storage, a gorgeous Retina display, a camera that takes beautiful photos, and an unbeatable price. Use it to binge watch Netflix, to browse the web, or keep abreast of your schedule.last_img read more

10 blood pressure monitors for every budget

first_img iHealth 0 $200 at Omron Available in two cuff sizes, the iHealth Feel can take 80 measurements on a single charge and store up to 200 readings. Instead of featuring a digital display on the device, iHealth outsources all data to the iHealth MyVitals Android and iOS apps where you can take notes and record your mood and activity with each measurement. The iHealth Feel also has the ability to detect irregular heartbeats.  Beurer BM 47 Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor 2:58 iHealth Ease Wrist-based blood pressure monitors iHealth Tags Panasonic iHealth Feel Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor If irregular heart rhythms and high blood pressure are a concern, the Omron Complete will have you covered. It measures systolic and diastolic blood pressure, your pulse, atrial fibrillation, tachycardia, bradycardia and sinus rhythm simultaneously, and stores all your info in the Omron Connect app.  Below are eight upper-arm based blood pressure monitors and two wrist-based devices, which the AHA only recommends only for people who cannot fit into traditional arm cuffs. Despite offering a wide variety of features at a wide range of price points, each of these devices have been independently validated against one or more set of AHA-recognized standards. In other words, no matter which one you choose, your heart with thank you.These products and services are independently chosen by our editors. CNET may get a share of the revenue if you buy anything featured on our site. Upper-arm based blood pressure monitors Omron Omron Platinum Wireless Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor Omron Gold Wireless Wrist Blood Pressure Monitor Panasonic EW3109W Portable Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor Wellness $50 at Amazon $46 at Amazon An illuminated start/stop button and extra-large digital display makes this fully automatic monitor super easy to use. It saves an average of your morning and evening readings for seven days and classifies your risk using a colored LED scale. The Beurer BM 47 can even detect arrhythmia.  The information contained in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as health or medical advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health provider regarding any questions you may have about a medical condition or health objectives.  Designed for two different users, the Omron Platinum monitor will automatically take three consecutive readings at intervals that you can customize and then average the results. The horizontal dual LCD display shows your current and prior reading side by side and will alert you if your systolic pressure is 130 mmHg or above and/or your diastolic pressure is 80 mmHg or above.   The American Heart Association recommends that people with high blood pressure measure it at home. iHealth Shopping for a blood pressure monitor? Good for you. It’s never too early to start taking readings — a recent study in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that people who have high blood pressure before age 40 are at an increased risk of heart disease later in life. But for the best results, you need an accurate home-use monitor. And according to the American Heart Association (AHA), accuracy depends on two things: a properly fitting upper-arm cuff and independent validation.  Pressing one button is all it takes to start a reading — the digital display automatically averages multiple measurements. Up to four people can use one device; it will store 60 readings for each person, though you can also download the A&D Connect companion app to electronically log and track your measurements.  iHealthcenter_img $69 at Amazon $75 at Omron Beurer This simple and slim device does the basics: measures your blood pressure and immediately alerts you if you’re hypertensive. Save up to 90 readings directly on the device; a large LCD display makes it easy to see your blood pressure and your heart rate simultaneously.  This is a monitor your whole family can use — it pairs wirelessly with up to eight smartphones or tablets at any given time. It automatically averages three readings, can detect irregular heartbeats, and stores all your measurements and notes in Qardio’s HIPAA-compliant cloud. View and share your data on the Qardio App, where you can also set goals and reminders, or sync your data with Apple Health or S Health on Android devices.  Now playing: Watch this: Omron Complete Wireless Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor + EKG $28 at Amazon QardioArm Blood Pressure Monitor Omron HeartGuide puts blood pressure on a watch $45 at Amazon iHealth Sense Wireless Blood Pressure Monitor The Omron Gold packs many of the features of pricier upper-arm monitors into a small, quiet and convenient package. It automatically averages up to three readings taken over a 10-minute period and will alert you when your blood pressure is high. The device can store up to 200 readings from multiple users or wirelessly transmit results via Bluetooth to the Omron Connect app, where you can track your blood pressure trends over time.  One reason wrist-based monitors aren’t more widely recommended is because of their propensity for user error. The iHealth Sense device helps minimize this risk by detecting your arm position and suggesting tweaks on the accompanying smartphone app. Results are stored in the iHealth Cloud where you can export your data or share it with your doctor. $79 at Amazon A&D Medical Premium Upper Arm Blood Pressure Monitor Omron Slip on the cuff, place your smartphone in the dock and fire up the iHealth MyVitals mobile app. The iHealth Ease can measure and store an unlimited number of readings from an unlimited number of users and detect irregular heartbeats.  A&D Medical Qardio Share your voice Omron Post a comment $32 at Amazon $65 at Omronlast_img read more

Writ for postponing next general elections

first_imgHigh CourtA writ petition was filed seeking a High Court order for making mandatory observance of eight national days for all political parties and citizens, reports UNB.The days include 26 March as independence day, 14 December as martyrs intellectuals day, 10 January as Bangabandhu’s homecoming day, 15 August as national mourning day, 3 November as jail killing day.In the petition, the HC directives were also sought for cancellation of the registration of political parties in case they do not observe the national days.Two lawyers named M Mozammel Haque and Md Shahidul Islam filed the writ on Thursday.They further sought the HC directives for postponing the next general elections until the writ petition is disposed of.A HC bench of justice Kazi Reza-ul Haque and justice Mohammad Ullah heard the writ petition around 1pm.After partial hearing on the writ petition, the court set Monday (8 December) for the next hearing.In the writ petition, M Mozammel Haque said he had sought a High Court directive to make mandatory the observance of eight national days for all political parties and citizens.The petitioner also made plea for accepting ‘Joy Bangla’ as a national slogan for all political parties and citizens.Some 19 political parties, including Awami League, the Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP), Jatiya Party and their alliances and six government high-ups, including the cabinet secretary, law secretary and election commission, were made respondents in the writ petition.last_img read more

Trump Travel Ban Spotlights US Dependence On ForeignBorn Doctors

first_imgLAUREN SILVERMAN/KERADr. Farooq Habib (left) and Dr. Muhammad Tauseef share an office at Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic in Dallas. They’re both from Pakistan and have both worked as pediatricians in medically underserved areas in the U.S.Patients in Alexandria, La., were the friendliest people Dr. Muhammad Tauseef ever worked with. They’d drive long distances to see him, and often bring gifts.“It’s a small town, so they will sometimes bring you chickens, bring you eggs, bring you homemade cakes,” he says.One woman even brought him a puppy.“That was really nice,” he says.Tauseef was born and raised in Pakistan. After going to medical school there, he applied to come to the U.S. to train as a pediatrician.It’s a path thousands of foreign-born medical students follow every year — a path that’s been around for more than half a century. And, like most foreign-born physicians, Tauseef came on a J1 visa. That meant after training he had two options: return to Pakistan or work for three years in an area the U.S. government has identified as having a provider shortage.He chose to work with mostly uninsured kids at a pediatric practice in Alexandria. “That was a challenge,” he says. “But it was rewarding as well because you are taking care of people who there aren’t many to take care for.”And the U.S. medical system depends on doctors like Tauseef, says Dr. Andrew Gurman, president of the American Medical Association. He worries that if President Trump’s executive order on immigration takes effect, it will mean parts of the country that desperately need medical care may not have a doctor.“International medical graduates have been a resource to provide medical care to areas that don’t otherwise have access to physicians,” he says. “With the current uncertainty about those physicians’ immigration status, we don’t know whether or not these areas are going to receive care.”According to the AMA, today there are about 280,000 international medical graduates in the U.S. That’s about 1 in 4 doctors practicing here. Some are U.S. citizens who’ve gone abroad for medical school, but most aren’t.“They don’t all have permanent visas, and so a lot of them are concerned about what their status is going to be, whether they can stay, whether they can go home to visit family and still come back, and the communities they serve have similar questions,” he says.And the care provided by the graduates of foreign medical schools is, by and large, top notch. A study published Feb. 3 in the journal The BMJ, formerly The British Medical Journal, shows Medicare patients treated by doctors with degrees from non-U.S. medical schools get just as good care — and sometimes better — than those treated by graduates of American medical schools.The immigration uncertainty is hitting medical schools at a tough time. Dr. Salahuddin Kazi is in charge of recruiting top students from across the world for the University of Texas Southwestern residency program.“Typically we have 3,000 people applying for our 61 positions — of those 3,000, at least half of them are international medical graduates,” he says.Applicants find out their program match in March and usually start working in June. That gives them about 90 days to get a visa. Kazi worries this year that won’t be long enough and that students from countries included in the travel ban won’t be admitted.“That would create hardship for the hospital, for us and for our remaining residents,” he says. “They’ll have to pick up more shifts or give up vacation.”Pediatrician Tauseef left Louisiana two years ago but continues to care for low-income patients at Los Barrios Unidos Community Clinic in Dallas. Six of the 30 physicians who work at this clinic are from other countries.Tauseef says they’re all educated to do the same thing. “As a physician, being a foreign medical graduate, U.S. medical graduate, a Muslim doctor, a non-Muslim, we are trained to look for signs and symptoms,” he says. “We do not look at anybody’s color; we are not trained to look at anybody’s religion or ethnicity.”Tauseef, who has been in America for 13 years, says he will apply for U.S. citizenship in March.This story is part of a reporting partnership with NPR, KERA and Kaiser Health News.Copyright 2017 KERA. To see more, visit KERA. Sharelast_img read more

City Says Homes Substantially Damaged By Harvey Will Have To Be Raised

first_img Share Allison LeeMany homeowners are looking into home elevation, after repetitive flooding.The city of Houston will require homes designated as “substantially damaged” by Hurricane Harvey to be elevated before they can be repaired.Homeowners can expect to receive notice of the designation by mail, with more than 1,000 homes being notified this month. A home receives the “substantially damage” label if Houston’s Office of Public Works decides repairs will cost more than fifty percent of the home’s market value. The rule applies to homes within the 100-year floodplain, where the department said more than 30,000 homes are built throughout the city. The Office of Public Works said the notices are standard practice following floods in Houston and keep the city in compliance with federal flood insurance rules. “We have many many homes in Houston that were built prior to when the city of Houston came into the flood insurance program,” said Carol Haddock, Director of Public Works and Engineering for the city of Houston. She said many of the affected homes were built before Houston’s first floodplain maps and regulations. Haddock add that she understands the requirement is a “harsh reality” for many homeowners.The substantial damage notices follow Harris County’s decision to tighten building regulations in unincorporated areas of the county. Haddock said the city is similarly reviewing its floodplain regulations.last_img read more

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first_imgKolkata: West Bengal Housing and Infrastructure Development Corporation (HIDCO) is taking a planned approach in its new plantation programme, that will start soon with a focus on avenue plantation on all major roads.”We had thought of this plantation much earlier. However, construction work for the Airport-Garia Metro project was going on in a number of stretches. Work is still on in the station area, however, a number of stretches have been opened for traffic, as per original road alignment. We would be planting trees at these places,” a senior HIDCO official said. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsIt has been decided that trees for this plantation will be sourced mostly from the Tall Tree Nursery that has come up on a 5 acre area at Action Area 1D, not far from Tata Medical Centre. It may be mentioned that this nursery is a joint initiative of HIDCO and Forest department’s Wasteland Development Corporation. Quality saplings up to 4-5 feet are available in the nursery.”We would concentrate on slender trees that do not spread out in a canopy when grown, because these would obstruct street lights and vision of drivers. Pine trees, ‘debdaru’, ‘sonajhuri’, Asian Cherry Blossoms, palm trees and coconut trees are on our radar,” the official said. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Merc, 2 B’deshi bystanders killedThe species of the trees will be finalised only after consultation with experts. The soil would be tested for suitability. “We want to ensure that the trees we plant have a minimum chance of uprooting, even during squalls. In a recent thunderstorm, when many trees fell down in the city, New Town was also not an exception,” the official maintained.It may be mentioned that for the tea garden at Eco Park, Andrew Yule had sourced earth from their North Bengal tea gardens, as the existing soil was not suitable for tea bushes. There will be a sea change in the plantation strategy adopted by HIDCO. “Earlier, we concentrated on large areas of plantation, whenever space for greening was available. This included broad road medians near Eco Space, near Eco Urban Village and also other planned green areas in all nooks and corners. Now, we will concentrate on replacement of saplings on existing green zones, which have not survived. A survey is being done by the Forest directorate at our request, to find out the extent (10-15% as per preliminary estimate) of replacement necessary. Mending of bamboo fences will also receive a focus,” the official added.Last year, during monsoons, HIDCO had planted 65,000 trees, while 50,000 trees were planted in the year 2016.last_img read more

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first_imgCome summer vacation, and school students can yet again spend time over interactive sessions at National Museum. Story-telling, theatre, script-writing, print-making and clay-modelling form the key features of a Playtime at NM starting May 17. Children of ages ranging between seven and 17 can take part in the event spread over 43 days. “The idea is to engage the younger generation with the museum’s collections and environment,” said NM Director-General Venu Vasudevan.last_img

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first_img July 30 — Hologic Inc. announced that the company’s Selenia Dimensions three-dimensional (3-D) digital mammography tomosynthesis system has been scheduled to be reviewed by the Radiological Devices Panel (Panel) of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on September 24, as part of the company’s pre-market approval (PMA) application. The PMA application being reviewed was originally filed in 2008 and subsequently updated with additional data, and seeks approval of the use of the system for both screening and diagnostics. In addition, Hologic is conducting a number of additional clinical trials for a separate FDA submission expected to be filed at a later date. Selenia Dimensions is available commercially in more than a dozen countries, including Europe, the Middle East, South America, Asia and Australia. In North America, commercial Selenia Dimensions systems are installed in Canada and Mexico. In the United States, Selenia Dimensions is currently available as a two dimensional (2-D) only system that is upgradeable to do breast tomosynthesis (3-D) imaging if and when the product is approved by the FDA. The Hologic Selenia Dimensions digital mammography tomosynthesis system is a new method for breast cancer screening and diagnosis. Unlike current mammography systems, which generate a 2-D image, breast tomosynthesis produces a 3-D image. “Over the past several years, Hologic has been diligently working on new technologies, most notably the development of breast tomosynthesis,” said Rob Cascella, president and chief executive officer. “This Panel review of our Selenia Dimensions breast tomosynthesis system is part of the FDA process of assessing this remarkable new technology. The system is specifically designed to address the primary limitation of 2-D digital mammography, namely the superposition of normal breast anatomy that may mask a breast cancer. 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first_img Related Content Technology | Contrast Media | July 15, 2019 FDA Approves Bayer’s Gadavist Contrast for Cardiac MRI in Adult Coronary Artery Disease Patients The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Gadavist injection for use in cardiac magnetic resonance… read more News | Focused Ultrasound Therapy | July 10, 2019 Insightec’s Exablate Neuro Approved With GE Signa Premier MRI in U.S. and Europe GE Healthcare and Insightec announced U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval and CE mark for Insightec’s… read more Two brain metastases from primary lung cancer are contrast enhanced in the brain of a 61-year-old male. Speakers at AHRA 2019 will state that ProHance and other macrocyclic MR agents present a very low risk to patients. Images courtesy of Bracco News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more Technology | Neuro Imaging | August 07, 2019 Synaptive Medical Launches Modus Plan With Automated Tractography Segmentation Synaptive Medical announced the U.S. launch and availability of Modus Plan featuring BrightMatter AutoSeg. This release… read more January 3, 2012 — Independent research firm KLAS has named Hitachi’s Oasis High-field Open MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) as the Open category leader for the second consecutive year in its “Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards” report. KLAS presented this award to Hitachi Medical Systems America at an RSNA 2011 reception on Nov. 27, 2011.“Hitachi Oasis was the Open MR category leader in the Top 20 Best in KLAS report and was also the highest ranked of any MR system in both the Top 20 Best in KLAS as well as the recently published KLAS MRI report,” according to Emily Crane, research director for KLAS, as stated in the report.The Oasis uses bore-less high-field MRI, combining a comfortable patient experience with powerful technology to make imaging procedures as quick and smooth as possible.For more information: www.hitachimed.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 06, 2019 Canon Medical Introduces Encore Orian MR Upgrade Program Canon Medical Systems USA Inc. is helping to provide low-cost patient care solutions for its customers with the launch… read more News | Neuro Imaging | July 05, 2019 Delta T1 Maps Provide Quantitative, Automated Solution to Assess Brain Tumor Burden Imaging Biometrics LLC (IB) a subsidiary of IQ-AI Ltd., is highlighting a recently published study in the American… read more Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | January 03, 2012 Hitachi Oasis MR Receives KLAS Award at RSNA 2011 Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more Feature | Contrast Media | July 18, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How To Manage Risk in the MR Suite Macrocyclic contrast agents have the best safety profile of all the magnetic resonance (MR) contrast media that are n read more News | Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT) | July 16, 2019 AAPM 2019 Features More Than 40 Presentations on ViewRay’s MRIdian MRI-guided Radiotherapy ViewRay Inc. announced that the company’s MRIdian System is the focus of more than 40 abstracts selected by the… read more News | Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) | August 01, 2019 | Jeff Zagoudis, Associate Editor FDA Issues Draft Guidance on Medical Device Safety in MRI Environment The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a new draft guidance titled Testing and Labeling Medical Devices for… read more last_img read more

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first_img This cover image released by eOne shows “Diamonds & Dynamite” a release by Donna Grantis. (eOne via AP) by Pablo Gorondi, The Associated Press Posted Mar 20, 2019 10:45 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Review: Ex-Prince guitarist Donna Grantis explores fusion Donna Grantis, “Diamonds & Dynamite” (eOne)Like with Miles Davis or David Bowie, having played with Prince is an entry in a musician’s resume that’s worth a thousand recommendations. Canadian guitarist Donna Grantis spent four years in various capacities with the late artist who once changed his name to an unpronounceable glyph. Among other credits, Grantis wrote the title tune for “PlectrumElectrum,” Prince’s 2014 album with the group 3rdEyeGirl, which she was also part of.For this eight-track instrumental collection, she has teamed up with a trio of Minneapolis aces — drummer JT Bates, bassist Cody McKinney and keyboard player Bryan Nichols — as well as New York-based, Minneapolis-born tabla virtuoso Suphala.“Mr Majestic” is a mellow opener, with Grantis varying her guitar’s volume to hover over a lush base provided by electric piano and Suphala’s delicately high-pitched percussion. It’s followed by the title track — a wide-ranging composition darting across the spectrum of funky, jazz-rock fusion — which Grantis says was, as the rest of the album, greatly influenced by her experiences with The Purple One.Pearl Jam guitarist Mike McCready adds fiery string work to “Violetta” and “Trashformer,” two of the heaviest tracks on the record.Grantis saves one of the best and most dynamic tunes for last. “Elsa” closes the album with plenty of all-around movement, lively interplay between Suphala and Bates, a fuzzy keyboard solo and some nasty guitar tones.Recorded live-to-tape in just two days, a pace similar to that of many great jazz albums, “Diamonds & Dynamite” is an experimentally adventurous set, which contains ample evidence why Prince held Grantis in such high regard.Pablo Gorondi, The Associated Presslast_img read more

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