Iqaluit residents gather to discuss the pros and cons of a wine

first_imgKent Driscoll APTN National NewsIqaluit residents discussed opening a beer and wine store for three and a half hours Tuesday night and could have continued three and a half more.The sentiment expressed at the public meeting overwhelmingly opposed alcohol sales of any kind.Iqaluit city council voted in August to recommend that the territorial government begin a consultation process with city residents about opening a beer and wine store as a pilot project.The proposed outlet would be the first of its kind for Nunavut.Residents now order from southern outlets, through paid permits. An alternative is a complicated process through the government of Nunavut, where residents of Baffin Island must order from Rankin Inlet, and vice versa.The most used alternative is bootlegging.“We know that there is a massive amount of alcohol available in Iqaluit and other towns,” said Chris D’Arcy, deputy minister of finance and the host for the evening.D’Arcy explained how his department hopes availability of beer and wine can help reduce the harm caused by hard liquor and promised that any pilot store would be on a short leash, “if we find out this isn’t working, we’ll just turn it off.”Former premier , current justice minister and Iqaluit-Sinna MLA Paul Okalik doesn’t buy the argument that beer and wine would mitigate harm.“Alcohol is alcohol, people could drink quickly,” said Okalik, Nunavut’s longest serving premier pointing out the lack of a treatment facility in Iqaluit. “‘We need to recognize there’s a lack of resources in Nunavut right now.”The theme of a missing treatment centre was common throughout the meeting.  Iqaluit Coun. Joanasie Akumalik was one of many speakers who cited his own struggle with alcohol as an example.“I am living proof that a treatment centre works for some people,” said Akumalik.Akumalik was critical of the territorial government.He started his remarks by promising to speak in English instead of Inuktitut, “so that the government officials can understand.”He said alcohol is the major reason “for a backlog in foster parents” and said the government needs to “put a proper policy and funding on social issues.”At Nunavut public meetings, elders are heard from often and at length. Tuesday night was no exception.Widely respected elder Alicee Joamie received a round of applause for criticizing the lack of consultation with elders, saying, “why didn’t the elders have a meeting prior to this?”Uniformly opposed to a pilot store opening, much of the night was dedicated to elders reminding residents what Iqaluit – then Frobisher Bay – was like when a liquor store was open in the 1970s.Rev. Mike Gartner is not an Inuit elder, but he is considered an Iqaluit elder by many.Fluent in Inuktitut, a resident of the eastern Arctic for more than 50 years, and an Order of Canada recipient, Gardener remembers the 1970’s liquor store.“The old graveyard wouldn’t be a quarter full, if it wasn’t for liquor” said Gardener, in a theme that was echoed throughout the night.The liquor store was closed in 1975, after public outcry over a young boy who was killed by a drunk snowmobiler. Elders described having to poke through snowbanks to find frozen bodies and children being left vulnerable to sexual abuse.One of the children who survived that sexual abuse was one of only three people who spoke in favour of a beer and wine store.Janet Brewster didn’t plan on attending the public meeting, but decided to attend after social media accounts showed the vast majority of people speaking against the meeting.“I survived the 1970’s. Alcohol didn’t abuse me, people did,” said Brewster.Brewster wants a chance to show how responsible drinking can be passed on to children, breaking Nunavut’s generational cycle of abuse.“I teach my kids responsible drinking habits by drinking responsibly. In every community, there should be access. Taking the choice away doesn’t solve the issue, it is just denying people the opportunity to make healthy choices,” she said.The territorial government’s finance department now has to report back to the cabinet on the result of their fact finding.Tuesday’s meeting was a part of a process that included written submissions and a widely circulated survey.The earliest the pilot store could open would be late 2015.kdriscoll@aptn.calast_img read more

HBC RioCan joint venture explores sale of downtown Vancouver property

TORONTO — A joint venture between Hudson’s Bay Co. and RioCan Real Estate Investment trust says it may sell its downtown Vancouver property.RioCan-HBC JV says in a statement that it’s engaged with CBRE and Brookfield Financial Real Estate Group to explore a sale.The Granville Street property is currently occupied by a Hudson’s Bay department store, which has a long-term lease.Interim CEO Richard Baker says any sale would include the continued operation of the store.The joint venture also says it expects to close on a $200-million mortgage on the property and the proceeds will be distributed proportionally to its partners.The joint venture owns or controls 10 flagship properties in Canada. read more

Top UN envoy in Kosovo announces his decision to quit his post

The top United Nations envoy in Kosovo, Søren Jessen-Petersen, today announced that he will be leaving his post at the end of this month, saying his time in the province had given him “a great deal of hope for the future of Kosovo.” “After almost two years on the job, it is time for me to rejoin my family in Washington DC. I am aware, of course, that I will be departing at an important moment in the history of Kosovo. I am confident, however, that the political process leading towards a status decision is on track,” the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General (SRSG) was quoted as saying in a press release. “My frequent trips throughout Kosovo brought me into contact with many ordinary men, women, and young people of all ethnicities, and they have given me a great deal of hope for the future of Kosovo.” The SRSG, who arrived in Kosovo on 15 August 2004, served longer than any of his predecessors in the position. During the last two years Kosovo was judged by the Security Council to have made sufficient progress for the process to determine the province’s status to be launched. Last week, representatives of the Serbian and Kosovo Governments signed an agreement to speed up the return of people displaced by ethnic conflict in the Serbian province, which the United Nations has administered ever since Western forces drove out Yugoslav troops in 1999 amid grave human rights abuses. Mr. Jessen-Petersen, who signed the accord on behalf of the UN, said it proved that despite differences on various issues, “there is a will to cooperate to end the situation of displacement while duly respecting the right of the internally displaced to return to their homes and to freely choose their places of residence.” The UN Mission in Kosovo (UNMIK) has been seeking to foster communal harmony and promote the return of Serbs who fled ever since it started running the province after the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance (NATO) military intervention. Most Albanians who had fled during the earlier fighting with the Yugoslav army have already returned. “It has been a privilege and an honour for me to work with and for the people of Kosovo,” the SRSG said in today’s press release. “I am very grateful for the support of my partners, including the institutional leaders, party and religious leaders from all communities, local leaders, women leaders, and many, many others.” read more

Federal judge swats AetnaHumana insurer combo

Federal judge swats Aetna-Humana insurer combo FILE – This Tuesday, Aug. 19, 2014, file photo, shows signage in front of Aetna Inc.’s headquarters in Hartford, Conn. A federal judge has rejected health insurer Aetna’s plan to buy rival Humana for about $34 billion and become a major player in the market for Medicare Advantage coverage. U.S. District Judge John Bates said in an opinion filed Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, that he largely agrees with federal regulators who contended that such a combination would hurt competition. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File) by Tom Murphy, The Associated Press Posted Jan 23, 2017 10:31 am MDT Last Updated Jan 23, 2017 at 4:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email A federal judge has rejected health insurer Aetna’s bid to buy rival Humana on grounds that the deal would hurt competition in hundreds of Medicare Advantage markets, ultimately affecting the price consumers pay for coverage.U.S. District Judge John Bates said in an opinion filed Monday that federal regulation would probably be “insufficient to prevent the merged firm from raising prices or reducing benefits,” and neither new competitors nor an Aetna plan to sell some of the combined company’s business to another insurer, Molina Healthcare Inc., would be enough to ease competitive concerns.Aetna spokesman TJ Crawford said the insurer was reviewing the decision “and giving serious consideration to an appeal after putting forward a compelling case.”Aetna, the nation’s third-largest health insurer, had announced in 2015 its plan to spend around $34 billion on Humana Inc. and become one of the top providers in the fast-growing Medicare Advantage market. Medicare Advantage plans are privately run versions of the government’s Medicare program for people who are over age 65 or disabled.The Justice Department sued last summer to block Aetna’s deal and Blue Cross-Blue Shield carrier Anthem Inc.’s separate, $48-billion purchase of Cigna Corp. Both cases went to trial late last year. An opinion has yet to be rendered for the Anthem case.The two deals would consolidate the nation’s five largest insurers into three, a list that includes UnitedHealth Group Inc., currently the largest.The big insurers had argued that by getting bigger they will be able to negotiate better prices with pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and doctor groups that also are growing. They also expect to cut expenses and add more customers, which helps them better spread out the cost of investing in technology to manage and improve care.But Bates, who is based in Washington, D.C., said in a 158-page opinion that the Aetna-Humana combination would “likely substantially lessen competition” for Medicare Advantage plans in 364 counties and, separately, in some Florida public insurance exchanges.Deputy Assistant Attorney General Brent Snyder said in a statement that the decision was “a victory for American consumers – especially seniors and working families and individuals.”Industry experts have said any impact from the deals on consumers would take years to materialize and could lead to savings in some areas, along with the risk of higher costs elsewhere.Shares of Hartford, Connecticut-based Aetna Inc. fell about 3 per cent, or $3.33, to $119.20 Monday, while broader indexes slipped less than 1 per cent. In contrast, Louisville, Kentucky-based Humana Inc.’s stock climbed $4.49 to $205.02.___AP Writer Eric Tucker contributed from Washington, D.C. Murphy reported from Indianapolis. read more

Justin Rose captures Memorial Tournament championship

Trailing by four shots heading into the Memorial’s final round, round one co-leader Justin Rose shot a near-flawless 66 on Sunday to claim his first career PGA tour victory at 18-under par.“For me, it’s a great way to win,” Rose said. “And to win here at the Memorial, at Jack’s tournament, I couldn’t think of a better place to win my first tournament. It’s a great day.”Chasing three-round leader Rickie Fowler, Rose said he was able to stay focused on his game and let the rest take care of itself.“I knew that I was in the hunt all week, but I wasn’t playing golf like I was in the hunt all week,” he said. “I was just in the moment and I thought that paid off for me today.”Playing nearly mistake-free golf with just one bogey in the first three days, the youngster Fowler was unable to close it out with three bogeys and a double bogey in his final round.Knotted at 16-under par heading into the par-3 12th hole, Fowler made double bogey to drop two shots back and never held the lead again.“I was just trying to aim at the back bunker and cut it off a little bit there,” said Fowler. “The ball started going where I wasn’t trying to. So I just made a bad swing and paid for it.”Although Fowler’s final round 73 resulted in a second place finish at 15-under, he was still pleased with his overall performance this week.“It was an awesome week,” he said. “Obviously not the round that I wanted today, didn’t hit as many greens as I would like to, but we had a lot of fun.”Rounding out the top five were Bo Van Pelt and Ricky Barnes in a tie for third at 12-under and Ryan Moore, Phil Mickelson and Tim Petrovic tied for fifth at 11-under par.World No. 1 Tiger Woods finished out his week with an even par 72, leaving him in a tie for 19th at 6-under for the tournament.The PGA tour will head south next week for the St. Jude Classic in Memphis, Tenn., before heading to the famed Pebble Beach Golf Links in two weeks for the 2010 edition of the U.S. Open. read more

Blind people have the potential to use their inner bat to locate

first_imgNEW RESEARCH FROM the University of Southhampton has shown that blind and visially impaired people have the potential to use echolocation, similar to that used by bats and dolphins, to determine the location of an object.The study, which was published in the journal Hearing Research, examined how hearing, and particularly the hearing of echoes, could help blind people with spatial awareness and navigation.It also examines the possible effects of hearing impairments on optimising the echolocation ability in order to help improve the independence and quality of life of people with visual impairments.Researchers conducted a number of experiments with both sighted and blind listeners to investigate how the distance and orientation of a reflective object affected their ability to identify whether it was on their right or left.Audio manipulationThey used sounds with different bandwidths and durations as well as various audio manipulations to investigate which aspects of the sounds were important.The ‘virtual auditory space’ where they were conducted allowed researchers to remove positional clues unrelated to echoes, such as footsteps and the placement of an object, and to manipulate the sounds in ways that wouldn’t be possible otherwise (eg get rid of the emission and present the echo only).The results showed that both sighted and blind people with good hearing, even if completely inexperienced with echolocation showed the potential to use echoes to tell where objects are. The researchers also found that hearing high-frequency sounds (above 2 kHz) is required for good performance, and so common forms of hearing impairment will probably cause major problems.Training programmes and assistive devicesSome people are better at this than others, and being blind doesn’t automatically confer good echolocation ability, though we don’t yet know why, Dr Daniel Rowan, lead author of the study said. “Nevertheless, ability probably gets even better with extensive experience and feedback.”“We also found that our ability to use echoes to locate an object gets rapidly worse with increasing distance from the object, especially when the object is not directly facing us,” he said.“Furthermore, some echo-producing sounds are better for determining where an object is than others, and the best sounds for locating an object probably aren’t the same as for detecting the object or determining what, and how far away, the object is.”The knowledge gained from this study will help researchers to develop training programmes and assistive devices for blind people and sighted people in low-vision situations. The team is also extending their research to investigate finding of objects in three-dimensional space and why some blind people seem to be able to outperform others, including sighted people.Read: Blind woman’s eight year wait for a suitable home in Cork>Read: FLAC says ‘Jury Service’ report should include deaf and blind people>last_img read more

Robot Marathon Ends With Extremely Close Finish

first_imgIt might not be the fastest race in the world, but after more than two days of running, at least the competitors are determined. As we reported on Thursday, bipedal robots competed in a marathon (all 26.2 miles of it) in Osaka, Japan. Now, 54 hours and 57 minutes into the race, we finally have a winner after a surprisingly heated competition in the last few laps. Robovie-PC, constructed by Vstone, the Japanese robotics company that organized the Robo Mara Full, managed to finish first after 422 laps of the 100-meter track.With only a few laps to go, Robovie-PC Lite, made by the same corporation as the winning Robovie-PC, froze up after establishing a commanding lead. It was only in the the last moments of the race that Robovie-PC was able to pass the temporarily disabled machine and seize the first-place position. Soon after, Robovie-PC Lite managed to work itself back onto the track and make up a good deal of the lost time, finishing only a second behind its robotic brother.These little guys won’t be replacing human runners anytime soon, with an average speed of just under one half of a mile per hour, but organizers say the electrically-charged winners have demonstrated their prowess in durability and maneuverability over a very challenging exercise. [via PhysOrg, The Guardian]last_img read more

Missing Dublin teenager found safe and well

first_imgMissing Dublin teenager found safe and well Jessica Anderson (16) went missing on Sunday. Monday 30 Jan 2017, 9:10 PM GARDAÍ HAVE LOCATED missing Dublin teenager Jessica Anderson.Anderson went missing on Sunday evening but has since been located.Gardaí thanked the public for their help and said that no further action was needed.Reporting from Cormac FitzgeraldRead: All five London Premier League clubs linked to sex abuse probe > Short URL 32,853 Views 12 Comments Share149 Tweet Email By Garreth MacNamee Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Jan 30th 2017, 9:10 PM last_img read more

We all owe you Tributes after death of musician behind Pulp Fiction

first_img By Michelle Hennessy Source: Dr. Brian May/TwitterDale, a Lebanese-American, was born Richard Monsour in 1937 in Boston, and moved to California as a teen.He was still performing until the time of his death, according to reports. Four years ago he gave an interview to the Pittsburgh City Paper in which he said he had to raise $3,000 every month to pay for the medical supplies he needed to stay alive – and this was on top of the insurance he paid.  I’m sorry to hear about Dick Dale passing. Dick’s guitar playing was a big influence on all of us, and we covered “Misirlou” on our Surfin’ USA album in ‘63. Love & Mercy to Dick’s family.— Brian Wilson (@BrianWilsonLive) March 18, 2019 23,120 Views Source: Brian Wilson/Twitter Image: Richard Drew/AP Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article ‘We all owe you’: Tributes after death of musician behind Pulp Fiction theme song His style influenced musicians like The Beach Boys, Eddie Van Halen and Jimi Hendrix. Monday 18 Mar 2019, 11:00 AM DICK DALE, THE musician behind the song Misirlou, which plays during the opening scene of Pulp Fiction, has died at the age of 81.His death was confirmed by Dusty Watson, a drummer who once toured with him.Dale was dubbed the ‘King of Surf Guitar’, a genre he invented in the 1950s. He described the style in a 1994 New York Times interview as “a heavy machine-gun staccato picking style to represent the power of Mother Nature, of our Earth, of our ocean.”His style influenced musicians like The Beach Boys, Eddie Van Halen and Jimi Hendrix. Tributes to Dale have poured in online, including from Beach Boy Brian Wilson: Source: Rick Springfield/Twitter 3 Comments Once I drove an hour and half to see Dick Dale perform at a horse track, and it was wonderful. RIP.— Seth Rogen (@Sethrogen) March 17, 2019 Source: Seth Rogen/Twitter Dick Dale, who will forever remain a guitar God. May his spirit rest in peace. We will meet again brother.— Rick Springfield (@rickspringfield) March 18, 2019 Short URL Image: Richard Drew/AP I can’t stop touring because I will die. Physically and literally, I will die.“You tell the people, ‘Don’t be scared of dying,’” he said. “When your mind leaves this body, it is a beautiful thing and it is not to be feared. Don’t let that fear of dying affect the way you live.“You take that fear and you use it as a driving force to keep moving forward, no matter how much pain you have. That’s how I do what I do on stage. I’m not afraid to die because it all gets beautiful from here.”- With reporting from AFP.  Mar 18th 2019, 11:01 AM Share16 Tweet Email last_img read more

Carvajal rues missed chances in Real Madrids 22 draw

first_imgReal Madrid defender Dani Carvajal believes they should have added a third goal before Santi Cazorla’s equaliser rescued a point for VillarrealThe European champions lacked sharpness up front in their first game of 2019 at Villarreal with 19-year-old Samuel Chukwueze proving to a threat for the hosts right from the start.The Nigerian would go on to set-up Cazorla’s opener and provided Marcelo with a lot of trouble down the wing with Villarreal seemingly the stronger of the two sides on Thursday.However, two headed goals from Raphael Varane and Karim Benzema caught out Villarreal keeper Sergio Asenjo to hand Real a 2-1 lead.But Lucas Vazquez was unable to take advantage of a golden opportunity when he was denied by Asenjo in the second half, despite being clean through on goal.Former Arsenal playmaker Cazorla then punished Real for failing to take their opportunities by grabbing an 82nd-minute equaliser to settle things at 2-2.Sergio Ramos, Real MadridZidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“We had some real chances to finish the game and make it 1-3, but in the end, we drew and dropped two points,” said Carvajal on the club website.“We needed those three points to close the gaps on the leader. Now we need to keep working hard and rack up some points. This is not an easy place to come play.“We’re disappointed because we were ahead for practically the whole match and not winning really stings.”“We knew that they would have to push forward and leave the defence open. Before finishing with a draw, we had two massive chances to kill it off, we did not finish and they nicked a goal at the end.”Los Blancos, who remain fourth in La Liga, will go up against Real Sociedad this weekend.last_img read more

Senate Easily Approves Defense Bill

first_imgThe Senate easily passed the fiscal 2017 defense authorization bill 85-13 on Tuesday after another skirmish on the floor blocked most amendments from gaining votes.Action stalled because senators who were unable to secure votes for their favored amendments blocked the chamber from considering other proposals. Armed Services Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) criticized his colleagues ahead of the vote, suggesting some were taking a “their way or the highway” approach.“As happy as I am about the size of the vote, we left out some very important amendments,” McCain said, reported the Hill. “When we take up a bill of this significance, not every senator can have his or her way.”Lawmakers adopted one amendment Tuesday permitting DOD to use Russian-made rocket engines to lift military and intelligence satellites into space through 2022.With the $602 billion measure cleared by the Senate, the two chambers will begin talks to reconcile their competing versions immediately, McCain said. He would not commit to reaching a deal on a conference report before Congress adjourns for a lengthy recess in July, but said that would be the goal.The annual defense policy bill will need to overcome a number of hurdles before becoming law, according to the story. The Office of Management and Budget has threatened to veto the two versions over a variety of provisions, including language eliminating the undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics; limits on the size of the National Security Council staff; restrictions on the transfer of detainees from Guantánamo; language rejecting the administration’s request for a BRAC round in 2019; and a move allocating $18 billion from the overseas contingency operations account to the base budget. Dan Cohen AUTHORlast_img read more

WHS BOYS TRACK Wildcats Get First Win Over Burlington Since Joining Middlesex League

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Boys Track team won a big meet against Burlington High, 51.5 to 48.5, on Thursday night at Boston University’s Track and Tennis Center.“In the 7 years we have been in the Middlesex League, we have never beat Burlington, so the victory was especially sweet,” said Head Coach Mike Kinney. “The meet was as close as it possibly could be and the team brought an enormous amount of energy.”Wildcat highlights included:Mike Fothergill rose to the occasion and won three events — the 300, the 55 meter dash, and the long jump.Greg Adamek placed second in the mile and the two mile, a grueling combination with times of 10:17.35 and 4:46.77.Senior Captain Ben Packer won the two mile in 10:13.82.Senior Captain Sam Vince won the hurdles in 8.94.Sean Riley won the high jump.Sam Juergens placed third and second in the long jump and high jump.Tyler Thomas placed second in the shot put with 41’5”.Colton Sullivan placed third in the dash.Richie Stuart placed third in the 300.Senior Captain Kevin Elderd placed second in the 1000 with 2:49.57.Jake Danieli placed second in the 600 with 1:29.96.Nolan Kennedy rounded out the scoring with a third place in the mile with 4:52.57.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related35 WHS Student Athletes Named Middlesex League All-Stars This SpringIn “Sports”WILDCAT WAKEUP: Gaudreau, Sperlinga, Aldrich & Godfrey Shine For Boys TrackIn “Sports”WHS BOYS BASKETBALL: Wildcats Win Season OpenerIn “Sports”last_img read more

Dr Reddys leads Indian charge of 130 billion Chinese pharma market stocks

first_imgRaghavendra NDr Reddy’s Laboratories is leading an Indian charge of the $130 billion Chinese pharma market, which is the world’s second largest. The likely liberalisation of the market by the Chinese regulator CFDA will benefit Indian pharma companies that have a solid presence in China, which is the world’s second largest pharma market, a report by Edelweiss Group says.Dr Reddy’s, which maintains a robust presence in China through a joint venture, is evolving a strategic plan to increase its revenue from the current $100 million. The company plans to achieve this by introducing new products and including more segments.The market has responded positively to the report with pharma stocks continuing their strong rally in the National Stock Exchange (NSE). Nifty Pharma sectoral benchmark hit a high of 9,278.70 after opening at 9,193.30. The index that benefited from the strong showing of Glenmark, Lupin and Aurobindo Pharma closed at about 9,263, up about 83 points or 0.91 per cent. Dr Reddy’s surged to an intraday high of 2792.55 from the previous close of 2765.20 to close 4.80 or 0.17 per cent up at 2,770.The company will strengthen its presence by scaling up the joint venture business and increasing the number of “dossier submissions and entries into new therapeutic areas,” MV Ramana, CEO, branded markets (India and emerging markets) of Dr Reddy’s, told Financial Express. According to Edelweiss, Dr Reddy’s, the largest foreign player in China, is poised to benefit from regulatory changes in the country. Dr Reddy’s plans to launch about 60 products and improve revenue significantly over the next seven to eight years, according to the report. PixabayThe company’s strong local partnerships have helped it commercialise some of the imported brands, the report says. The company’s revenue in FY18 was $100 million, with the help of its Canada-based joint venture Kunshan Rotam Reddy.”The size and growth of the market, our long presence and also the recent changes in China’s regulatory framework make this an attractive space for Dr Reddy’s. In terms of market size and expanded generic opportunity, China is the second largest pharma market with $130 billion in size, and generics form 65 per cent of the hospital market. About 22 per cent of the market is with off-patent innovators. While shortening the market access and reimbursement timelines for innovative drugs, China intends to replace the off-patent innovators with high-quality generics that opens up this share of the market to generic firms,” Ramana said.Dr Reddy’s US/EU portfolio mostly comply with Chinese regulations, while additional China-specific studies might be required in the case of some. “While in the past five years, we have had some good pipeline of filings, the plan is to scale this up and file a good number of dossiers in next few years,” he said.The Edelweiss report states that a growing Chinese pharma market and a relaxed Chinese drug regulator, CFDA, are likely to attract many Indian generic players. The relaxed norms may allow Indian companies to file their USFDA-approved products in China and get CFDA approval within months in the normal course. Among the drugs in demand, the most prominent are those for obesity, diabetes, respiratory illness and cancer.”While the regulations have been aligned with International Council of Harmonisation (ICH), there are China-specific requirements, which could pose challenges. Dr Reddy’s will continue to work to build strong regulatory capability and build on our experience to increase the probability of success for any new filing,” the report quoted Ramana as saying.last_img read more

For Professionals Personality May Be Best in Moderation

first_imgIt’s easy to see how someone with low levels ofconscientiousness or extraversion might struggle in the workplace. An employeewho can’t stay organized might lose track of important papers or miss acritical meeting, while those who prefer solitude can struggle to make theprofessional connections needed to advance in their careers. Currently, Carter is investigating the relationship betweenextroversion and prosocial behavior in different workplace contexts, as well ashow highly dutiful employees who are reluctant to “job-hop” may pay an economicpenalty. Of all of the Big 5 traits, the potential negative impactsof scoring very high in neuroticism – a trait characterized by emotionalinstability, anxiety, and depression — are perhaps the most self-evident. Thepotential drawbacks of being incredibly emotionally stable, on the other hand,have not been so thoroughly investigated, the authors note. It’s possible, theyadd, that a lessened ability to feel anxiety could be similarly maladaptive tothe inability to feel physical pain, and may even contribute to thefearlessness of some psychopathic individuals. And there is evidences that other Big 5 personality traits showthis curvilinear relationship, as well, Carter said. The trusting, altruisticnatures of highly agreeable people have been found to correlate with lowersalary and reduced opportunities for mentorship, for example, while incrediblyoutgoing individuals may feel isolated or aggravate their colleagues in lesssocially-oriented industries. Although openness has been shown to supportcreative achievement and relationship building, it can contribute to difficultydistinguishing between fantasy and reality at extreme levels. Aristotle himself argued that all human qualities can be tooextreme in both directions, Carter notes, and that virtues such as temperanceand courage exist not at the highest levels of abstinence and bravery, but atthe mean. “What leads to success may not always be the best thing ingeneral for the person,” he says. But people who tend to score higher than average on the “Big5” personality traits – openness, conscientiousness, extraversion,agreeableness, and neuroticism — can face hurdles of their own too, writeNathan T. Carter, a professor of industrial-organizational psychology at theUniversity of Georgia, and colleagues in CurrentDirections in Psychological Science. Reference The ideal point model of measurement, on the other hand,permits participants to indicate not only whether they disagree with astatement, but that they disagree because they perceive themselves to possessmore or less of a trait than the statement allows for. It’s possible that thedominance model of measurement has created a sort of false ceiling forpersonality scores, Carter adds, because researchers haven’t been using itemsthat allow them to measure extremely high levels of these traits. On a typical five-factor model (FFM) personality test, forexample, a participant who disagrees with the statement “I am usually on timefor my appointments” would be assumed to usually be late for their appointments. Someone extremely high inconscientiousness, however, might disagree with the statement because they are always on time for appointments.center_img Studies have already suggested a link between trait conscientiousnessand obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCPD), but Carter’s researchsuggests that having very high levels of this widely valued trait can also createissues specific to the workplace. After collecting data on personality traitsand job performance from 1,258 employees working at an international consultingfirm through self-reports and and supervisor ratings, Carter and colleaguesfound higher conscientiousness was, in fact, positively linked with performance– except among those who scored highest for the trait, who actually performedworse than their peers. Personality traits are thought of as existing on continuawith maladaptive levels at both ends, he continues, but the dominance model ofmeasurement, which supports the view that more of a given trait is alwaysbetter, prevents researchers from accounting for the full spectrum of behavior. Carter, N. T., Dalal, D. K., Boyce, A. S., Oconnell, M. S.,Kung, M., & Delgado, K. M. (2014). Uncovering curvilinear relationshipsbetween conscientiousness and job performance: How theoretically appropriatemeasurement makes an empirical difference. Journalof Applied Psychology, 99(4), 564-586. doi:10.1037/a0034688 Just because an extreme personality benefits someoneprofessionally doesn’t mean that it isn’t maladaptive in other areas of life,however, Carter noted. Carter, N. T., Miller, Joshua D., Widiger, Thomas A. (2018).Extreme personalities in work and in life. CurrentDirections in Psychological Science, 27(6), 429-436. Doi:10.1177/0963721418793134 That’s not to say that extreme personalities are always bad,but they do seem to be highly dependent on context for success. Otherwiseextreme levels of conscientiousness may be desirable in an air trafficcontroller who is responsible for helping pilots navigate safely, for example.Carter’s ongoing study on agreeableness has also suggested that results canvary between individuals of different groups, with highly agreeable womentending to be better compensated than highly agreeable men. “Psychologists have generally operated under the assumptionthat for all traits, more is better,” the authors wrote. “It is possible thatpersons with moderate levels of [five-factor model] traits will see better workand life outcomes — across a variety of jobs and situations — than those at theextremes.” “I think it is really intuitive,” Carter says. “There werephilosophers that really thought very hard about these types of things and someof the ways that we were measuring and operationalizing took us away fromthat.”last_img read more

Want to see how nature speaks

first_imgThe series of mesmerizing pieces is going to be exhibited from 24 March till 30 March at the Atrium lobby, Taj Palace Hotel.Being a doctor by profession, Singhal’s love for nature inspired her to delve deep into the mysteries of the element and appreciate their finer nuances. She has taken great pleasure in painstakingly converting these connection into expressive colourful strokes and varying textures on the canvas, resulting in ‘magical’ series. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Singhal says, ‘There is a special way that Nature speaks to us. The wind hums, and the ocean dances for us. Even the different hues of green of the foliage, or the fiery reds of fire seem to communicate in a language of their own. It is just that most of the time we are not sensitive enough to lend a patient ear to their story or understand their emotion. Also the elements in a way are representative of the different stages of a human life.’ She added, ‘Childhood may be considered a period of growth(earth and water), youth, a period full of energy and creativity(fire), and old age with its characteristic withering(space and air). The endeavour has also been to characterize the colors into these moulds of human existence.’It would be right to say that all five elements i.e. earth, water, fire, air and space deeply inspire her. And that is how her present collection has come about. Now many colourful experimentations later, she feels buoyant with optimism, and impassioned enough to color the whole world.When: 24 – 30 MarchWhere: Atrium lobby, Taj Palace Hotellast_img read more

AUDIO New Jersey Governor Chris Christie gladly traded insults with callers in

first_imgChris Christie is currently as unpopular as any governor in modern American political history. His recent PR disaster of being photographed on a beach with his family while the New Jersey public beaches has driven hasn’t helped him climb out of the low double digits.With his days as governor numbered, Christie seems to be eyeing a future as a sports radio host with WFAN in New York. Christie did a guest host audition today, and it didn’t take long for the insults to start flying.Mike in Montclair called in to give the Gov a piece of his mind, including lecturing him on his beach outing and calling him a “fat ass.”Christie retorted by calling Mike a “communist in Montclair” and a bum. This interview goes from zero to dumpster fire in about one second. Tremendous.Mike in Montclair calls @GovChristie a fat-ass and a bully. Christie calls Mike in Montclair a bum and a communist. And… we’re off! #WFAN— Sports Funhouse (@SportsFunhouse) July 10, 2017Via SportsFunhouselast_img read more

Your Data Might Be Safe in the Cloud But What Happens When

first_imgApril 7, 2019 5 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. With more sensitive data stored in the cloud than ever before, entrepreneurs need to know how to keep information regarding their companies and their customers safe.Cloud service providers can successfully protect data physically and technologically while it is in the cloud, but that information can be vulnerable to hacking as soon as it leaves the cloud to interact with another system. Even when companies implement entirely cloud-based systems, they often use data backups and on-site storage in some way. These systems also fall under your responsibility.Just look at February’s StreetEasy breach, in which hackers stole information from a million accounts. Hackers didn’t access this information during the real estate company’s day-to-day operations; they stole it using a database backup from 2016. Personal information from those accounts — including email addresses, usernames, the last four digits of credit cards, expiration dates and more — is now available for sale on the dark web. This lesson is hard (and costly) for entrepreneurs: You have to protect data every step of the way.Related: 7 Surprising Places Hackers HideIronically, the myriad benefits of cloud-based data storage can become risks if businesses aren’t careful. Transactional data requests can be made and fulfilled from virtually anywhere in the world, using any connected device — when a physician’s office requests access to a patient’s hospitalization records, for instance, or when a customer purchases shoes online.This rapid-fire communication makes business operations run smoother, faster and far more efficiently. It also means that data can be left exposed unless you take the proper precautions. To protect your data through every transaction, take the following measures:1. Practice internet safety.Using virtual private networks (VPNs) and secure socket layer/transport layer security (SSL/TLS) helps ensure that your internet connection doesn’t leave you exposed when working with data that travels from one system to another. A VPN makes your connection private and keeps your online activity, IP address and device information anonymous. Use VPNs to access computers or networks remotely, especially if you or your employees are using public Wi-Fi.SSL/TLS encrypts and safeguards sensitive data as it’s transferred between two systems (such as client/server or shopping cart/browser), preventing would-be criminals from reading and modifying that information. When accessing a website to make a purchase, make sure that the address begins with “https,” which verifies that the site is encrypting and hiding your data from prying eyes.Related: 12 Simple Things You Can Do to Be More Secure Online2. Encrypt connected devices.Your encryption processes need to extend beyond the information you store in the cloud, especially with so many connected and external devices used in normal business operations. As a business owner, you must make sure that you encrypt any connected devices, hard disks, USB drives and related devices. Any unencrypted data stored on these devices endangers the privacy, finances and identity of your company and your customers.Some of the biggest international data breaches in history have been tracked back to infected USB drives, notably including a U.S. Department of Defense breach in 2008. For example, we had a healthcare client that was legally required to safeguard any devices that might contain patient health information (PHI). Unfortunately, someone stole a physician’s unencrypted laptop that contained patient records from his car during a lunch break, resulting in a violation that incurred a hefty fine (HIPAA violations can range from $100 to $1.5 million).Unencrypted data is like handing your wallet over to a stranger, including your credit cards, insurance cards and forms of identification. By encrypting your devices, you ensure that people cannot retrieve sensitive data from a stolen or lost hard drive without an encryption key.3. Multiple factors are better than one.What training does your company currently give employees about creating, storing and protecting their passwords? How does your company offer password-protected customer accounts? The reality is that most passwords aren’t secure — easy to remember usually means easy to hack.Businesses should use multifactor authentication (MFA) as a baseline. The principle behind MFA is that no single authentication factor is perfect. A second or third factor can compensate for the weaknesses of others. Supplement your password with one or two authentication factors that aren’t easy for other people to guess, using an authenticator on your mobile device, for example, or a biometrics factor like fingerprint or voice.Related: What You Need to Know About Multifactor Authentication4. Protect backups in the face of ransomware.When ransomware attacks a machine, backups are usually the last line of defense. This is why modern attackers are using more sophisticated programs to penetrate safeguards. In March 2018, the cybersecurity world was introduced to ransomware Zenis, which not only encrypts files but also purposely deletes backups until the victim meets the hacker’s demands.A 2017 Malwarebytes report found that ransomware detections were up 90 and 93 percent for businesses and consumers, respectively, and that these attacks are becoming more prevalent. Always protect hardware and software with anti-virus and anti-malware applications, or you’ll be an easy target.With the number of connected devices, data transfers and backups required to perform typical business operations, companies need to protect data every step of the way. Even with cloud storage or a cloud computing system, data can be vulnerable when it’s in transit, in backups or stored on unencrypted devices. Take the above steps to protect your data and your customers’ information. 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Susan G Komen Founder Joins Hologic for October 1 Nasdaq Opening Bell

first_imgNews | Mammography | October 01, 2018 Susan G. Komen Founder Joins Hologic for October 1 Nasdaq Opening Bell Ceremony Ceremony marks start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month as Hologic releases new survey results on breast density Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more News | Medical 3-D Printing | August 08, 2019 RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems Technology | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 Shimadzu Medical Systems Receives FDA 510(k) for FluoroSpeed X1 RF System Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., announced they have received U.S. Food and Drug… read more 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 | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 05, 2019 Montefiore Nyack Hospital Uses Aidoc AI to Spot Urgent Conditions Faster Montefiore Nyack Hospital, an acute care hospital in Rockland County, N.Y., announced it is utilizing artificial… read more News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more October 1, 2018 — Susan G. Komen founder Nancy G. Brinker and Australian author and Pink Hope founder Krystal Barter will join Hologic in ringing the Nasdaq Opening Bell on October 1 to mark the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The ceremony will be led by Steve MacMillan, Hologic’s chairman, president and CEO. 2018 marks the 13th consecutive year that Hologic has rung the Nasdaq Opening Bell on October 1.In addition to appearing at the Nasdaq MarketSite, Hologic will recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month by announcing the results from their recent survey, conducted online by The Harris Poll among over 1,000 U.S. women, designed to highlight the need for education about breast density and the effect it has on breast cancer screening and cancer detection. Most notably, the survey found:Sixty-four percent of U.S. women do not know that the density of a woman’s breasts affects her risk of developing breast cancer;More than two-thirds of U.S. women (68 percent) do not know their breast density score; andJust 36 percent of women have discussed their breast density with a medical professional.1Grammy award-winning artist, breast cancer survivor and Genius exam spokesperson Sheryl Crow will educate women on this topic throughout the month via traditional, digital and social media.Hologic’s Genius 3D Mammography exam is, according to the company, the first breast tomosynthesis exam approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2011. The Genius exam detects 20-65 percent more invasive breast cancers and is the only mammogram approved by the FDA as superior for women with dense breasts compared to 2D alone.2,3 Nearly half of women between the ages of 40 to 74 have dense breasts, which can make it difficult to detect breast cancer during annual screenings.4,5 Density is only identifiable on a mammogram or other imaging modalities, and reflects how much fibrous or glandular tissue is in the breast. Women with dense breasts often require additional imaging, which can result in increased patient anxiety and unnecessary costs. Perhaps most important, women with very dense breasts are four to five times more likely to develop breast cancer than women with less dense breasts.6,7In the past year, Hologic has introduced a number of new innovations on its 3Dimensions Mammography System that now provides higher resolution 3-D images for radiologists, enhanced workflow for technologists, and a more comfortable mammography experience with low-dose options for patients.For more information: www.hologic.comReferencesHOLOGIC survey, conducted online by The Harris Poll August 14-16, 2018 among 1,155 U.S. women. This online survey is not based on a probability sample and therefore no estimate of theoretical sampling error can be calculated. For complete survey methodology, including weighting variables and subgroup sample sizes, please contact Jane Mazur.Results from Friedewald, SM, et al. “Breast cancer screening using tomosynthesis in combination with digital mammography.” JAMA 311.24 (2014): 2499-2507; a multi-site (13), non-randomized, historical control study of 454,000 screening mammograms investigating the initial impact the introduction of the Hologic Selenia® Dimensions® on screening outcomes. Individual results may vary. The study found an average 41% increase and that 1.2 (95% CI: 0.8-1.6) additional invasive breast cancers per 1,000 screening exams were found in women receiving combined 2D FFDM and 3D™ mammograms acquired with the Hologic 3D Mammography™ System versus women receiving 2D FFDM mammograms only.FDA submissions P080003, P080003/S001, P080003/S004, P080003/S005.Ho JM, Jafferjee N, Covarrubias GM, Ghesani M, Handler B. Dense breasts: a review of reporting legislation and available supplemental screening options. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 203(2):449-56, 2014.Sprague BL, Gangnon RE, Burt V, et al. Prevalence of mammographically dense breasts in the United States. J Natl Cancer Inst. 106(10), 2014.Boyd NF, Guo H, Martin LJ, et al. Mammographic density and the risk and detection of breast cancer. N Engl J Med. 356(3):227-36, 2007.Yaghjyan L, Colditz GA, Collins LC, et al. Mammographic breast density and subsequent risk of breast cancer in postmenopausal women according to tumor characteristics. J Natl Cancer Inst. 103(15):1179-89, 2011. 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