diabetes hypertension heart failure unexplained anemia a family member has kidney disease African Nova Scotian or Aboriginal decent Kidneys are the body’s filtration system. They remove toxins and excess water from the blood. Kidneys also help to control blood pressure and produce red blood cells and hormones. They are two of the body’s most vital organs, which is why it is important to protect and keep them healthy. In Nova Scotia, nearly 4,000 people have some degree of kidney disease and are being treated by a kidney specialist. Many others are at high risk to develop the disease and likely don’t know it. March is Kidney Health Month and, March 8, is World Kidney Day. Both raise awareness of the disease and ways to deal with it. People with diabetes, high blood pressure, who are overweight, older than 50, have a family history of kidney disease or are of Aboriginal or African Nova Scotian descent, should be screened for kidney disease every year. The good news is risk of kidney disease can be lowered. Knowledge is key: people who know they are at risk can manage it by adopting a healthy lifestyle. Some tips for a better lifestyle are: Increase daily physical activity to reduce blood pressure. Check and reduce blood pressure. Control blood sugars if diabetic. About half of diabetics develop kidney damage, so it is important to regularly test kidney function. Damage can be reduced or prevented if detected early. Eat healthy, including reducing salt intake, and maintain a healthy weight to help prevent diabetes, heart disease and other conditions linked with chronic kidney disease. Quit smoking. Smoking slows the flow of blood to the kidneys. When less blood reaches the kidneys, it decreases their ability to work properly. Avoiding non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs such as Ibuprofen. They can cause kidney damage if taken regularly. Those with chronic pain, such as arthritis or back pain, should consult a doctor to control pain without putting their kidneys at risk. People should also check their kidney function, if they have one or more of the following high risk factors: The Nova Scotia Renal Program is committed to raising awareness of kidney disease. It works to let Nova Scotians know they can help protect their kidneys by taking certain steps. People at increased risk for kidney disease should talk to a doctor and check kidney function regularly. It is as simple as 1-2-3: having a blood pressure check, a urine sample for protein, and a blood sample to calculate kidney function. -30-
OTTAWA – New data suggests almost 2,500 Canadians died from opioid-related overdoses in 2016 — deaths that federal Health Minister Jane Philpott says were preventable.The data released Tuesday by the Public Health Agency of Canada found an estimated 2,458 people died of opioid overdoses, a national death rate of 8.8 per 100,000 people.And the agency found western Canada is feeling the brunt of the impact, with opioid-related death rates of over 10.0 per 100,000 population in Yukon, Northwest Territories, British Columbia and Alberta.“The data gives us confirmation of the severity of the problem,” Philpott said in an interview.“These are preventable deaths.”Information from Quebec was not available but Philpott said discussions with provincial officials are ongoing.“We hope to eventually be able to fill out all of the details of the data but the systems for data collection are different,” she said. We will hopefully work toward that in the months to come.”The figures remain the best possible estimate right now, Philpott added.“This remains a very serious public health threat,” she said.“We need all players to participate in the response … We are very, very active on this file but we would certainly be encouraging provincial and territorial governments to be diligent, to be very active in providing a comprehensive response.”The numbers were released by the agency on behalf of a federal, provincial and territorial advisory committee on the opioid overdose epidemic.The committee, created in December 2016, is chaired by Canada’s interim chief public health officer, Dr. Theresa Tam, and Dr. Robert Strang, Nova Scotia’s chief public health officer.Health Canada says opioids affect the part of the brain that controls breathing and taking too many pills can cause breathing to slow, contributing to unconsciousness and death.Elaine Hyshka, an assistant professor at the University of Alberta School of Public Health, said it’s positive to see Canada moving closer to compiling a national picture of the crisis.“It is encouraging that we are seeing some progress but ultimately this is a national epidemic,” she said.At some point, Canada must do better, Hyshka added, noting that this country falls far short of the U.S. when it comes to overdose death reporting.“Our surveillance systems are a decade behind where they should be but if we are going to take this seriously as a public health crisis … then we need the numbers and we need the counts to show this,” she said.“If that requires an injection of resources, if that requires compelling the provinces and territories to report data more quickly and figuring out different strategies to do that, that should all be on the table because we can’t respond to this effectively without understanding it.”The process of compiling the new figures revealed challenges in public health infrastructure and the national agency’s authority to gather provincial and territorial data, Philpott said.“We are working to remedy the challenges that have been identified.”Any loss of life as result of an opioid overdose is a needless, preventable tragedy, Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins said in a statement.“Through increased partnership, enhanced surveillance and data collection, modernizing prescribing and dispensing practices, and connecting patients with high quality, holistic care we will continue to take co-ordinated action to combat the opioid crisis in Ontario and across the country,” he said.—Follow @kkirkup on Twitter
Advertisement Facebook Camera operators, reporters, anchors, control room staff, make-up artists and other production crew received layoff notices in newsrooms across Canada, with Global’s most successful station in Vancouver taking the biggest hit with 21 job cuts. Advertisement TORONTO – Unifor is concerned about the continued erosion of local news as Corus-owned Global News cuts nearly 70 jobs across Canada.“Fewer journalists will be out gathering news from every region from Vancouver to Halifax and if the Maritime newscasts now come from Toronto – how can you still call that local news?” asked Jerry Dias, Unifor National President. Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment “In Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, the evening local news will no longer be produced at our Halifax studios and will be anchored and broadcast from Toronto starting Monday,” said David MacPherson, President of the Maritimes unit of Unifor local M1 which represents workers at Global. “Our studios will be empty after the morning show ends at 9 am.”While Corus says it will post several new “digital” positions that focus on online news, its broadcast revenues continue to shrink and the outlook is bleak if the government doesn’t take action now.“The federal government stood by while Canada’s local newspapers struggled and now our members in TV news are being asked to do more to fill the same number of programming hours with fewer resources, all on this government’s watch,” said Dias. “The CRTC paved the way for the cuts announced today by watering down the obligations for big media companies like Corus to protect local news and it’s proving disastrous.”Broadcasters in Canada are obligated to air local TV news as a condition of license but last year the CRTC softened requirements that they maintain historical levels of programming, and decided not to set rules requiring “feet on the street” coverage, leaving media companies free to cut local news jobs over the term of their five-year broadcasting licenses.Unifor is asking the CRTC to review local news and make strong local coverage a binding condition of license, before it’s too late, as part of the union’s ongoing #savelocalnews campaign.Unifor is Canada’s largest media union with 12,000 workers across Canada. The union advocates for all working people and their rights, fights for equality and social justice in Canada and abroad, and strives to create progressive change for a better future. Twitter Advertisement
(Protest this past weekend in Vancouver against Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline proposal. The NEB approved the project Thursday with 157 conditions. Photo courtesy: Marlin Olynyk)Brandi Morin APTN National NewsThe decision by the National Energy Board (NEB) to approve the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline project is a “call to arms” said the Grand Chief of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs.Stewart Phillip is a well-known opponent of the project and was arrested in the fall of 2014 on Burnaby mountain for protesting Kinder Morgan and says he “absolutely, without question,” is willing to get arrested again.“In many ways, yesterday’s NEB decision will represent a call to arms to the multitude of groups and organizations that are vehemently opposed the Trans Mountain pipeline proposal,” said Phillip. “It will serve to exasperate and escalate an already volatile situation with respect to the grave concerns people have in regard to a catastrophic tanker spill or a mainline rupture along the route.”Although he’s disappointed in the approval that’s coupled with 157 conditions, he said he’s not the least bit surprised the project was given the go ahead. He calls the NEB process “irreparably and deeply flawed.”“In many ways not only is the NEB process completely broken, it’s an absolute sham. And cannot be relied on to deliver responsible decisions with respect to large scale development projects,” he said.Claims that expansion of the pipeline to load more oil to the west coast will benefit the country are a farce, he added.“I want to make something abundantly clear here…the NEB declared this is in the national public interest. I find that to be complete hypocrisy given the enormous public opposition to the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline proposal,” he said.“Let’s be clear, it’s not just Indigenous people’s that are opposed to this project; the City of Vancouver is opposed, the City of Burnaby is opposed, there’s a multitude of environmental conservation organizations that are opposed. The vast majority of the general public have publicized their opposition to this project. The public that the NEB in its self-serving way is catering to is the oil industry and its crony’s in government. It’s a very small interest group,” said Phillip.He said proponents interests were bought and paid for and taken into consideration, however the review process didn’t provide a process for cross examination and was highly restrictive for opponents of the project.Phillip met one on one in a heated meeting with Natural Resource Minister Jim Carr to bring forward concerns, but said it didn’t go over well.“He sat there and he kept repeating the need to grow the economy. And he really wasn’t the least bit interested in talking about environmental considerations and the water.” The Trudeau government announced a three member panel that’s tasked with engaging communities and affected Indigenous groups while reviewing feedback to be provided online regarding the project and project related issues.It’s expected to commence in July and wrap up in November.“The panel members reflect the experience, perspective and understanding of local issues and relationships needed to advise the government as we advance the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project to a final decision in December,” said Minister Carr in an online statement. “Phillip is leery of the new panel because he said one of its members has close ties with Kinder Morgan.“I don’t know who the other two members are but I do know that the former chief of the Tsawwassen First Nation, Kim Baird is a member. She entered into a contractual arrangement with Kinder Morgan with Ian Anderson (president of Kinder Morgan) himself. She was taken into Kinder Morgan’s House for a year. I believe it to be a conflict of interest,” he said.It’s now up to the Trudeau government to make the final decision in December and Phillip said it’s time for Trudeau to “walk his walk.”“I think he’s in an incredibly difficult place having made those significant commitments to Indigenous Peoples of this country. Without question we expect him to walk the walk…Eloquent public platitudes are not adequate to address the grave concerns we have about the need to protect the natural environment and the constitutional and legal interest of First Nations,” said Phillip.Melina Laboucan-Massimo, Lubicon Cree First Nation member and Greenpeace Canada Climate and Energy Campaigner agrees.“If Canada wants to be a leader on climate, you don’t approve more pipelines, just look at the fires burning out of control in Fort Mac right now- that can be attributed to climate change,” said Laboucan-Massimo.With the federal government’s recent statements in New York at the United Nations to fully implement the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) she is hoping the government will stand by their word. There are 17 First Nations in B.C. and Alberta opposed to the pipeline expansion.“I’d ask him (Trudeau) to actually adhere to and uphold what he committed to in his campaign trail (to Indigenous Peoples). My worry is that he’s obviously saying a lot of things…we’ll see if he will follow through with his words with action. How they will actually take into account the recommendations despite the fact that this would violate the UNDRIP – (due to) free prior and informed consent and the right to say no.”Last weekend Laboucan-Massimo attended a rally in Vancouver that blocked the entrances to the Kinder Morgan offices and saw hundreds of people attend in protest against the development.For her, it’s about addressing the bigger issue, climate change, in which each pipeline plays a part in further provoking.“My hope is that they’ll (government/industry) actually listen to people but also listen to science. Climate scientists are telling us that we can’t continue to burn fossil fuels. If the Trudeau government in Paris committed to a 1.5 scenario, which would keep global temperatures below 1.5- then building a pipeline like this will keep us locked into a carbon intensive future. It’s a contradiction in so many ways. If they want to continue to build reconciliation and respect with Indigenous peoples in their own homelands, it’s all about listening to the opposition and respecting the UNDRIP.”firstname.lastname@example.org
Amnesty noted with disappointment that very little information has been made available to investigators from the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) in the last four years. Amnesty International has written to Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe over the disappearance of journalist Prageeth Eknaligoda.Today marks nine years since Prageeth Eknaligoda was reported missing. The court case is currently proceeding, but in the absence of full disclosure by the military on details of the investigation requested by the CID of the Sri Lanka Police, Amnesty International said. Eknaligoda was believed to have been in military custody at an Army camp before he went missing. (Colombo Gazette)
(Photo courtesy of viewer Aaron Chikoski)Two Hamilton police officers were injured after a car ran a red light and smashed into a police van.It happened shortly after 4:30 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of Cannon St. and Victoria Ave. North.A marked police van was travelling through the intersection on a green light when it was struck on the passenger side by a black Toyota.“Although the collision was very severe, the officers sustained minor injuries while the driver of the Toyota was uninjured. Through investigation police learned the driver was distracted by his cell phone at the time of the collision,” said Hamilton police in a news release.A 28-year-old Hamilton man has been charged with careless driving.
Black Rock’s CEO John de Vries commented: “Securing Yantai as our process plant construction partner is a major step in the delivery of our 100% owned Mahenge Graphite Mine. Yantai enhances our diligent technical work program of the Pre-Feasibility Study, pilot plant, and the Definitive Feasibility Study with a proven engineering and delivery capability. Mahenge’s planned production rate of 3,000 t/d fits well within Yantai’s experience. In addition to a best in class delivery capability, Yantai also establishes our financing pathway and opens a further channel to market for product placement though their reputation for de livering quality graphite projects.”He added: “In many cases substantial elements of most modern metallurgical concentrators are either delivered in part of in full though some form of offshore procurement. We see this as an opportunity take the concept of offshore supply chain to its natural extent and to establish an East meets West outcome by combining the best of Chinese supply chain and delivery capability through Yantai, and Australian innovation and delivery focus through CPC. In addition to Yantai’s reputation of delivering successful graphite plants through out China, we are excited to be aligned with Yantai’s brand. Yantai’s endorsement of Black Rock’s quality product through this agreement, provides an important new channel to market through our association with a proven capacity to deliver quality graphite to the Chinese offtake market.” In a deal type that looks to be becoming more common, combining technology supply and involvement in project finance, Tanzanian graphite developer Black Rock Mining Ltd has announced the signing of a Strategic Cooperation Agreement with Yantai Jinyuan Mining Machinery Ltd, part of the larger Yantai Jinyuan Group. The Strategic Cooperation Agreement commits both parties to work together with a view to Yantai supplying process plant machinery and related infrastructure for Black Rock’s 100% owned Mahenge graphite mine.In addition, Yantai has committed to working with Black Rock to secure up to $40 million in project finance from Chinese groups including the Government import export credit agency. “Yantai is a vertically integrated processing equipment supplier with capacity to deliver from processing equipment to full turn key project delivery of entire metallurgical projects. Yantai operates its own metallurgical testing facility and has access to pilot plant facilities that support its unique graphite IP. Yantai has industry leading experience in delivering graphite process plants.”Yantai’s recent graphite projects include the full delivery of BTR’s 80,000 t/y of graphite concentrate, Heilongjiang Baoan Mining Co, graphite plant in Heilongjiang Province. Build Operate Transfer (BOT) contracts have been delivered in China and Tajikistan. The BOT delivery model aligns with Tanzania’s new Mining Code, and provides for training and skills transfer to Mahenge Resource’s Tanzanian operations team, who will assume management responsibility on completion of the performance test.
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THE NUMBER OF students advancing from secondary school to third-level institutions is on the rise.Feeder schools tables, released today, show that fee-paying schools and Gaeilscoilleanna outperform state-run schools when it comes to students advancing to third-level.The tables track third-level students and their school of origin.Although fee-paying schools dominate the numbers attending universities and higher points courses such as medicine, the tables also make good reading for parents of state-run school students.The tables show that one in seven post-primary schools sends 100 per cent of their students to a third-level institution.Progression rates at some schools, however, are far below the national average. Some reported sending as low as 10 per cent of their students on to further education.Schools in South Dublin performed particularly well, with 25 schools sending at least 94 per cent of their students to college.The publishing of the lists has been criticised by the Teachers Union of Ireland, who say that focus on third-level education misses the point of education.Read: Dublin is friendlier for students than Tokyo, Barcelona and New YorkRead: Cyprus university now letting you pay fees with Bitcoins
The “air-battle” in the broadband wars just got its newest combatant today, the ViaSat-1 (VS1). Billed as the next step for satellite broadband providers, the VS1 is capable of transmitting data to the ground with a throughput of 140Gbps, doubling the speed of what was previously possible through ISPs using satellite communications. Currently ViaSat has about 400,000 subscribers to their internet service provided by its WildBlue division. With the addition of this new toy, there is room for a million more.Launched today on a Russian rocket from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan, the VS1 successfully reached orbit and will be in full operation by the first part of 2012.The dish-based ISP market is in fierce competition with terrestrial technologies. Where the service makes the most sense is in rural areas where there is no way to get internet service in, but the cost has been prohibitive in the past. Speeds have not been something to brag about either.ViaSat, along with their competitors, are hoping that spacecraft like the VS1 can even the playing field. The issue though, is that land based access technologies are evolving at an astonishing rate. Fiber, LTE and other speedy standards are already bringing incredible speeds into consumers’ homes, and there is no sign of slowdown in the future. Customers want speed, and companies are giving it to them.Because of that, satellite internet providers have a steep hill to climb to keep up with the rest of the pack. Right now these companies can deliver ADSL speeds, which is an improvement for sure, but if they are competing against say, FiOS for a customer’s dollars, then they are just plain outmatched.A quick look at the WildBlue website shows that existing satellite services offer up 1.5Mbps download speeds. With VS1 operational, that should hopefully increase to between 8-12Mbps for around $50 a month. It’s not fantastic, but I bet if you live somewhere that dial-up is still the only viable option, 8Mbps sounds pretty sweet.Here’s the ViaSat-1 launch video for those who missed it:More at ViaSat, via BBC News
Ours : maintenir l’autorisation de chasser l’animal pour mieux… le protéger ?Une étude anglo-croate suggère qu’en Croatie, l’autorisation de chasser l’ours brun garantit l’adhésion des populations rurales au maintien d’une population locale viable de ce prédateur. Mieux que ne le ferait l’application stricte des lois européennes en la matière.Des chercheurs de l’Imperial College de Londres (Royaume-Uni) et de l’Université de Zagreb (Croatie) ont comparé les modalités de gestion des populations sauvages d’ours brun en Croatie et en Slovénie. Dans ce dernier pays où, comme dans le reste de l’Union européenne, ces animaux sont protégés et ne peuvent être abattus que lorsqu’ils occasionnent des dommages aux cultures ou au bétail, 20% de la population ursine, en moyenne, est ainsi supprimée chaque année. En Croatie, pays voisin entré dans l’UE en juillet dernier et qui bénéficie encore (par dérogation) d’un droit de chasse ‘sportive’ sur cette espèce, ce chiffre n’est que de 8%. En cause, selon ces experts : la façon dont l’ours est perçu par les habitants de chaque pays. Dans le système croate, 10 à 15% des ours peuvent être tués chaque année, à la satisfaction des organisations de chasse qui vendent les droits d’abattage aux chasseurs, ce qui leur permet de créer localement des emplois et, le cas échéant, d’indemniser agriculteurs et éleveurs. Un système qui, aux yeux des différents acteurs concernés, fait de l’ours une ressource importante, à préserver – même si, à long terme, une solution plus durable que le maintien de cette chasse “aux trophées” reste à trouver. “Les associations de chasse locales de Croatie ont actuellement une relation positive avec l’ours, qui est accepté et valorisé par les collectivités locales”, explique le Pr E.J. Milner-Gulland, qui a dirigé la recherche.L’ours vu comme une nuisance En revanche, en Slovénie, l’animal est davantage vu comme une nuisance que l’UE contraint à protéger. “De nombreux Slovènes ont une attitude négative vis-à-vis de l’ours, et nous pensons que c’est parce que, contrairement aux Croates, ils voient l’ours en termes de nuisances plutôt qu’en termes de valeur économique et d’utilité”, continue le Pr Milner-Gulland.”Il y a des preuves solides montrant que le système actuel en Croatie est bénéfique pour les populations locales et pour la population d’ours, et en le changeant, il pourrait en résulter plus de tension entre les gens et les ours. Si la chasse était interdite en Croatie, ce serait probablement peser sur les relations des Croates avec les ours et cela pourrait aboutir à une augmentation des conflits entre les gens et les ours”, ajoute t-il encore.Une gestion appropriée à chacun À lire aussiL’attaque spectaculaire d’un ours polaire affamé sur un phoqueSelon lui, ces questions suggèrent qu’il n’y a pas une solution toute faite à la politique de conservation : l’UE doit déléguer plus de décisions de conservation à l’échelon régional ou local, car les politiques doivent obtenir le consentement de la population locale pour être efficaces, estime t-il dans l’étude publiée par la revue European Journal of Wildlife Research.”Nous ne voulons pas dire que la chasse au trophée est une option de gestion appropriée pour toutes les populations d’ours bruns. Cependant, chaque pays est différent, et il doit y avoir des variations régionales dans les politiques de conservation, de sorte que les gens soient capables de gérer leurs propres populations”, conclut le scientifique.Le 1 octobre 2013 à 10:07 • Maxime Lambert
Stay on target This week sees the release of Depraved, a new horror flick from director Larry Fessenden about a former Army field medic who builds a body out of corpses and transplants the brain of his dead friend into it. It’s one of the most common themes in horror since Mary Shelley published Frankenstein back in 1818.The idea of taking bits and pieces from different living things and jamming them together to make new life is a potent one, and it’s been deployed in a bunch of unusual ways. Here are our favorite examples from across geek culture.Adam (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)Buffy the Vampire Slayer had to up the ante on Big Bads season to season, and when you start out with the master of all vampires right off the bat, you need to come up with some new ideas. Season 4 saw the gang introduced to Adam, a patchwork beast created at the Initiative by Dr. Maggie Walsh out of body parts of captured demons and a uranium power core that essentially grants him eternal life. His first conscious act is impaling his creator with a forearm spike and he just gets darker from there. Eventually Buffy and friends cast a ritual to combine their powers and defeat him, as you’d expect, but he gives them quite a challenge.Stream it on HuluThe Death StenchManga master of horror Junji Ito comes up with some seriously demented ideas, but his two-volume opus Gyo might have the weirdest. In it, a sentient virus that spreads as a gas infects the bodies of dead fish and compels their bodies to attach to bizarre walking machines that spread the contagion further. As the plague spreads, huge machines latch together piles of bodies with tubes coming from their mouths and anuses, creating lumbering bioweapons that are both goofy and incredibly disturbing. The whole enterprise is a nightmare of stench and terror.Get it AmazonThe Mind Flayer (Stranger Things)As Netflix’s Stranger Things continues to up the ante with its monsters from the Upside Down, they took a cue from horror flicks past and let the malevolent Mind Flayer manifest itself on the physical plane in a deeply grotesque manner: by liquefying the bodies of hundreds of rats as well as a couple dozen residents of Hawkins, Indiana. Sure, the components of the stomping behemoth don’t show too many traits of their raw material, but it technically does qualify and the scene where all the people melt into sludge and join up with the beast is deeply unsettling.Stream it on NetflixPopolac and Podujevo (“In the Hills, the Cities”)One of the most compelling stories in Clive Barker’s Books of Blood is “In the Hills, the Cities,” where a pair of travelers in Yugoslavia encounter a bizarre ritual where all of the citizens of two cities, Popolac and Podujevo, meet in a massive battle every decade. Forty thousand people from each city link up in massive humanoid structures, forming flesh golems that tower over the countryside. When Podujevo collapses, it drives Popolac insane and the collective consciousness sets off into the hills even as its individual components start to die off. It’s gross!Get it AmazonOmega (Alpha Flight)Marvel’s Canadian superhero team Alpha Flight might not get the attention the X-Men do, but they had some crazy villains. Lionel Jeffries was a mutant known as Scramble with the ability to reshape flesh with the touch of his fingers. He merged his body with jealousy-mad genius inventor Roger Bochs to become Omega, a towering wad of meat that could shift forms at the speed of thought and absorb the flesh of others. Growing to massive size, he battled Alpha Flight with his morphing body until his own brother pulled the trigger and blasted him into unliving atoms.Get it AmazonLegion (Castlevania)The Castlevania series has monsters that draw inspiration from the darkest parts of the human psyche, and one recurring enemy takes the monster made from dead bodies concept to the extreme. Legion first shows up in Symphony of the Night, hovering above Alucard and dropping the shambling zombies that make up its body upon him as he slices away at the housing to reveal the tender core of nervous tissue inside. Legion –who comes back in a number of different forms in later games, including at one point becoming a giant fetus made out of dead bodies — is always a pain in the ass to fight, which befits one of the legendary biblical demons shanghaied into Dracula’s service.Get it AmazonZygoteDirector Neill Blomkamp has a great eye for biological horror, and his 2017 short flick Zygote has him dealing with the monster made of parts trope in terrifying ways. Set in an Arctic research station, it’s an obvious homage to John Carpenter’s legendary The Thing, but while that movie’s antagonist struck from the shadows and disguised itself to survive, this one is a lot more direct. The undulating humanoid creature is the result of an information signal from an alien intelligence, and it’s a lot smarter than it looks, capable of absorbing knowledge from its victims and using the hands it collects to open security scanners.GashadokuroMost of the beasts on this list have tended towards the meaty side, so let’s balance that out with a monster that’s 100 percent pure bone. In Japanese mythology, the yokai known as Gashadokuro are created when people die in war or of starvation and their bodies are not properly disposed of. All those bones fuse together to make a skeleton that stands fifteen feet high and roams the streets by night, hunting travelers out alone so they can bite off their heads and drink the blood that gouts from their neck stumps. They’re also completely indestructible to all physical harm, so good luck getting rid of one.Melchiah (Legacy of Kain)One video game franchise that really needs to come back in the modern era is Legacy of Kain, the vampire action-adventures created by Crystal Dynamics starting in 1996. The series took the undead warfare theme and really goofed with it hard, creating a deep mythology of bizarre creatures. In 1999’s Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver you face off with Melchiah, a vampire who was reanimated poorly and lacked a number of mystical abilities. With his body constantly decaying, Melchiah had to absorb his slaves into his own body to survive, making him a huge mass of corpses that were all rotting away.Get it AmazonThe Meat Monster (John Dies at the End)John Dies at the End is one of our favorite modern cult classics, a bizarre tripped-out ride through small-town weirdness that goes places you wouldn’t expect. One of the grisliest moments in it involves an animated collection of meat and fish from a fridge a lady’s basement. The Meat Monster is suffering from a case of mistaken identity, convinced that our protagonist is supernatural expert Dr. Albert Marconi. Yes, we know we’re bending the rules here because there are no human chunks in the assemblage, but the Meat Monster is sloppy and nasty enough to deserve a spot.Stream it on AmazonTerrorMonsters aren’t always villains, of course, and in 1988 Marvel Comics introduced a truly bizarre antihero in the pages of the short-lived series St. George. Terror was a green-skinned Mafia enforcer who was afflicted with a strange curse — his flesh would continually rot away from his body, forcing him to constantly replace it with new body parts. When he attaches a new chunk of human meat, he has access to all of that person’s last memories and strongest emotions. His patchwork nature makes him essentially immortal, and he has survived decapitation multiple times.Get it AmazonMore on Geek.com:11 Best Demons to SummonPop Culture’s Most Infernal Demons‘Hellboy’ and the History of Heroes From Hell ‘Hellboy’ and the History of Heroes From HellGo to Hell With ‘Darksiders’ and These Other Nintendo Switch…
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Agent of Chelsea midfielder, Jorginho has revealed why his client rejected the chance to join Manchester City this summer.Jorginho had agreement to join up with Pep Guardiola’s Premier League champions but Chelsea swooped in late to ensure the player moved to London instead, his agent has revealed.The Brazilian-born Italian midfielder headed City boss Pep Guardiola’s list of transfer targets over the summer, with the 26-year-old earmarked as competition for Fernandinho at the base of City’s midfield.But the Napoli midfielder opted to follow manager Maurizio Sarri from Serie A to Stamford Bridge, and has produced a string of impressive performances in his debut Premier League campaign so far.“It was all done with Jorginho,” the player’s agent Joao Santos told Radio Kiss Kiss Napoli, as quoted by ManchesterEveningNews.“There was an agreement, but there was no agreement between the clubs. All parties have to agree, and one did not.”Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“Then Chelsea asked what the situation was after Sarri arrived and Jorginho went to London.”Pep confirmed at the end of the transfer window that the Blues had attempted to lure the midfielder to the Etihad.“We were close but in the end Jorginho decided to stay with Sarri,” he said last month.“I’ve said before that I want players who want to come here. He didn’t want that. We tried, we believed it was done but at the last turn he decided on Chelsea.”It came as a second midfield disappointment for the City boss, with the Blues having seen Fred opt to join Manchester United after City approached the Brazilian midfielder in January.
Diego Simeone hailed Atletico Madrid’s tenacious display in their 2-0 win against Real Sociedad.Goals from Diego Godin and Filipe Luis ensured victory for Atletico, just three days after their 4-0 drubbing by Borussia Dortmund, although Costa’s goal drought in La Liga stretched to nine months.“We always have the responsibility and need to compete well in every game,” Simeone told Football Espana after the game.“We had a good game in Dortmund, beyond the bad result we took back. We’ve responded very well after three days.“We made almost no changes because I saw the players in a good way and it was difficult to for outsiders to come in.La Liga Betting: Match-day 4 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Despite it being very early into La Liga season, both Barcelona and Real Madrid have had unprecedented starts to their campaigns. With this in…“I really liked the continuity we played with, as well as our heads and the sense of rebellion in our play.“Costa’s working hard to get back among the goals. He’s extraordinary and a very important player for us.“If he plays like did today, he’ll be very close to scoring. This is the way forward for him, there’s no other.”The Coach later gave his verdict on the with his side ahead of Barcelona in the table.“I care a lot about what happened today, although tomorrow will be a great match between two extraordinary teams and two sets of very good players,” he concluded.
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WILMINGTON, MA — Below is a round-up of what’s going on in Wilmington on Thursday, July 19, 2018:Happening Today:Weather: Sunny, with a high near 81. Light and variable wind.Municipal Meetings: The Wilmington Elderly Services Commission meets at 1:30pm at the Wilmington Senior Center. Read the agenda HERE. … The Wilmington Water & Sewer Commission meets at 5:30pm in Town Hall’s Room 9. Read the agenda HERE.In The Community: Do you like to sing? Do you enjoy performing? Come join the Merrimack Valley Chorus at one of its regular weekly rehearsals. You just might discover a passion for a cappella singing, and you’ll also make some great new friends! Open rehearsals are every Thursday at 7pm at the Wilmington Arts Center (219 Middlesex Avenue).In The Community: The Town Beach is open today. Lifeguards are on duty from 10am to 8pm. Admission is FREE for residents. Proof of residency is required. Learn more HERE.At The Library: Baby Time at 9:30am. Time For Twos at 10:30am. Afternoon Concert: Jazz and Much More at 2:30pm. Novel Ideas Fiction Book Group at 7pm. [Learn more and register HERE.]At The Senior Center: Walking Group at 8am. Computer Class at 9am. Art Class at 10am. Aerobics at 10:30am. Knitting/Crocheting at 11am. Ceramics at 1pm. Ceramics at 1pm. Brain Camp at 1pm. Game Day at 1pm. Sing-A-Long at 2:30pm. [Learn more HERE.]At The Town Museum: The Wilmington Town Museum is open from 10am to 2pm.(NOTE: What did I miss? Let me know by commenting below, commenting on the Facebook page, or emailing email@example.com. I may be able to update this post.)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 firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, September 3, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Thursday, July 18, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, July 23, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”
The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications News | Radiation Oncology | July 31, 2019 Laura Dawson, M.D., FASTRO, Chosen as ASTRO President-elect The members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology (ASTRO) elected four new officers to ASTRO’s Board of… read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July. News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more Related Content News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more News | February 05, 2009 Researchers Identify Source of Stem Cell Resistance to Radiation Therapy News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more February 5, 2009 – The presence of a protective pathway meant to shield normal stem cells from DNA damage is the reason stem cells are relatively resistant to the ionizing radiation often used as therapy for these conditions, according to researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine. “Our ultimate goal is to come up with a therapy that knocks out the cancer stem cells,” said Robert Cho, M.D., a clinical instructor of pediatrics. “If you irradiate a tumor and kill a lot of it but leave the cancer stem cells behind, the tumor has the ability to grow back.” As a result, patients can relapse months or years after seemingly successful treatment.Cho and radiation oncologist and post-doctoral fellow Maximilian Diehn, M.D., Ph.D., are co-first authors of the research, which will be published on Feb. 4 in Nature. They collaborated with scientists at Stanford and City of Hope National Medical Center to conduct the research. They studied breast epithelial stem cells from humans and mice to unravel why cancer stem cells are more resistant to radiation than other cancer cells.”Since cancer stem cells appear to be responsible for driving and maintaining tumor growth in many tumors, it is critical to understand the mechanisms by which these cells resist commonly used therapies such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy,” said Diehn. “Ultimately, we hope to improve patient outcomes by developing therapeutic approaches that directly target cancer stem cells or that overcome their resistance mechanisms.”The origin of cancer stem cells is still under debate. Some may arise from normal adult stem cells gone awry. Others may represent specialized cells from adult tissues that have acquired a stem-cell-like state through a series of mutations. What’s clear is that cancer stem cells can reconstitute an entire tumor cell population when transplanted into an immune-deficient animal, and destroying them is likely to be critical in order to stop the growth and spread of the disease.But unlike most cells in the body, which are relatively expendable, stem cells are not that easy to kill. Among the millions of easily replaceable minions that carryout the everyday drudgery of living, the much more rare and versatile stem cells comprise a veritable ruling class. It makes sense to protect such a valuable asset.Diehn and Cho found that, in this case, the protection takes the form of the increased expression of proteins that can bind and deactivate reactive oxygen species, or ROS. These highly unstable small molecules bounce around wreaking havoc on a cell’s DNA and proteins. Although they occur naturally in dividing cells, they are also important mediators of the therapeutic radiation and some chemotherapies doctors use to fight cancer.The researchers knew that blood stem cells had previously been found to have lower levels of reactive oxygen species than non-stem cells. They wondered whether the same would be true for breast epithelial stem cells. They found that normal breast stem cells from mice have lower ROS levels than do non-stem cells, and that this characteristic was shared by cancer stem cells from both humans and mice.They found out why when they looked at gene expression levels: the human breast cancer stem cells were churning out much higher levels of antioxidant proteins than were non-stem cells. Antioxidants capture and disarm ROS before they can cause much damage. This may explain why cultured mouse breast cancer stem cells were less likely than other cancer cells to experience DNA damage after ionizing radiation.”The resistance observed in the breast cancer stem cells seems to be a similar if not identical mechanism to that used by normal stem cells,” said Michael Clarke, M.D., the associate director of the Stanford Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine and the Karel H. and Avice N. Beekhuis Professor in Cancer Biology. Clarke, who discovered the first cancer stem cells in a solid tumor, is a member of the Stanford Cancer Center and the senior author of the research.”Although your body would normally eliminate cells with chromosomal damage, it also needs to spare those cells responsible for regenerating and maintaining the surrounding tissue – the stem cells,” Clarke explained. “It’s protective.”This protection backfires in the case of cancer, however. The researchers found that, in mice with mammary tumors, cancer stem cells with low ROS levels were about twice as likely as other tumor cells to survive a course of ionizing radiation. Similar results were seen in human head and neck cancers that had been transplanted into mice.The discovery could lead to a new approach to treating cancer. Blocking the activity of an important antioxidant called glutathione made the cancer stem cells significantly more sensitive to killing by radiation. Figuring out how to do something similar in human tumors could have important therapeutic benefits.”Basically we need to figure out a way to inactivate that protective mechanism in cancer cells while sparing normal cells,” said Clarke. For many patients, it’s a life-or-death question.”It’s like battling weeds,” said Cho, of the cancer stem cells’ ability to come back even stronger than before. “You can go through a big field with a weed whacker, but the weeds are going to come back unless you get the roots.”For more information: mednews.stanford.edu FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Radiation Therapy | August 02, 2019 Varian Showcases Cancer Care Systems and Software at AAPM 2019 Varian showcased systems and software from its cancer care portfolio, including the Identify Guidance System, at the… read more News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more
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