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Journal Reference:

  1. Prince Sebastian, Nicolas Cherbuin, Lisa F Barcellos, Shelly Roalstad, Charles Casper, Janace Hart, Gregory S Aaen, Lauren Krupp, Leslie Benson, Mark Gorman, Meghan Candee, Tanuja Chitnis, Manu Goyal, Benjamin Greenberg, Soe Mar, Moses Rodriguez, Jennifer Rubin, Teri Schreiner, Amy Waldman, Bianca Weinstock-Guttman, Jennifer Graves, Emmanuelle Waubant, Robyn Lucas. Association Between Time Spent Outdoors and Risk of Multiple Sclerosis. Neurology, 2021; 10.1212/WNL.0000000000013045 DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000013045

The study included 332 participants aged between 3 to 22, who had had MS for an average of seven months. Their locations and amount of sun exposure were matched by age and sex to 534 participants without MS, the researchers reported in their study, which publishes in the online issue of Neurology, the journal of the American Academy of Neurology, on Dec. 8, 2021.

In questionnaires filled in by participants with MS or their parents, 19 percent stated that they spent less than 30 minutes daily outdoors during the previous summer, compared to 6 percent of those who did not have MS. When the researchers adjusted for MS risks, like smoking and female sex, they found that the participants who spent an average of 30 minutes to one hour outdoors daily had a 52 percent lower chance of MS, compared to those who spent an average of less than 30 minutes outdoors daily.

“Sun exposure is known to boost vitamin D levels,” said co-senior author Emmanuelle Waubant, MD, PhD, professor in the UCSF Department of Neurology and of the Weill Institute for Neurosciences. “It also stimulates immune cells in the skin that have a protective role in diseases such as MS. Vitamin D may also change the biological function of the immune cells and, as such, play a role in protecting against autoimmune diseases.”

Progression Slower in Pediatric MS, Despite Inflammatory Onset

While MS usually strikes adults between the ages of 20 to 50, some 3 to 5 percent of the approximately one million patients in the United States with the condition begin experiencing symptoms in childhood. Pediatric-onset MS is initially highly inflammatory, but takes longer than adults to advance, with symptoms of secondary progression, such as moderate to severe weakness, poor coordination and bowel and bladder control, occurring on average 28 years after disease onset, according to experts. However, these disability landmarks are reached approximately 10 years earlier than in adult MS.

The researchers also found an association with the intensity of sunlight and estimated that residents of Florida would be 21 percent less likely than residents of New York to have MS. They noted that sun exposure was “dose-dependent,” the longer the exposure the lower the risk. And even exposure in the first year of life seemed to protect against MS, they said.

Fortunately, the use of sunscreen does not appear to lessen the therapeutic effects of sunlight in warding off MS, noted Waubant, who is also director of the UCSF Regional Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Center. Clinical trials are needed to determine if “increasing sun exposure or vitamin D supplementation can prevent the development of MS or alter disease course post-diagnosis,” she said. Meanwhile, “advising regular time in the sun of at least 30 minutes daily especially during summer, using sun protection as needed, especially for first degree relatives of MS patients, may be a worthwhile intervention to reduce the incidence of MS.”

Limited sun exposure and/or low levels of vitamin D have been associated with other conditions. These include Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia, as well as schizophrenia and other auto-immune diseases like Type 1 diabetes, Crohn’s disease and lupus.

Senior co-author is Robyn Lucas, MBChB, PhD, of the Australian National University in Canberra. First author is Prince Sebastian, PhD, also of the Australian National University. For a full list of co-authors and potential conflicts of interest, please see the study.

The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health (RO1NS071463, EW) and the National MS Society (HC0165, CC)

We want to thank the writer of this article for this amazing material

Sunshine may shield kids, young adults from MS

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Journal Reference:

  1. Prince Sebastian, Nicolas Cherbuin, Lisa F Barcellos, Shelly Roalstad, Charles Casper, Janace Hart, Gregory S Aaen, Lauren Krupp, Leslie Benson, Mark Gorman, Meghan Candee, Tanuja Chitnis, Manu Goyal, Benjamin Greenberg, Soe Mar, Moses Rodriguez, Jennifer Rubin, Teri Schreiner, Amy Waldman, Bianca Weinstock-Guttman, Jennifer Graves, Emmanuelle Waubant, Robyn Lucas. Association Between Time Spent Outdoors and Risk of Multiple Sclerosis. Neurology, 2021; 10.1212/WNL.0000000000013045 DOI: 10.1212/WNL.0000000000013045

The study included 332 participants aged between 3 to 22, who had had MS for an average of seven months. Their locations and amount of sun exposure were matched by age and sex to 534 participants without MS, the researchers reported in their study, which publishes in the online issue of Neurology, the journal of the American Academy of Neurology, on Dec. 8, 2021.

In questionnaires filled in by participants with MS or their parents, 19 percent stated that they spent less than 30 minutes daily outdoors during the previous summer, compared to 6 percent of those who did not have MS. When the researchers adjusted for MS risks, like smoking and female sex, they found that the participants who spent an average of 30 minutes to one hour outdoors daily had a 52 percent lower chance of MS, compared to those who spent an average of less than 30 minutes outdoors daily.

“Sun exposure is known to boost vitamin D levels,” said co-senior author Emmanuelle Waubant, MD, PhD, professor in the UCSF Department of Neurology and of the Weill Institute for Neurosciences. “It also stimulates immune cells in the skin that have a protective role in diseases such as MS. Vitamin D may also change the biological function of the immune cells and, as such, play a role in protecting against autoimmune diseases.”

Progression Slower in Pediatric MS, Despite Inflammatory Onset

While MS usually strikes adults between the ages of 20 to 50, some 3 to 5 percent of the approximately one million patients in the United States with the condition begin experiencing symptoms in childhood. Pediatric-onset MS is initially highly inflammatory, but takes longer than adults to advance, with symptoms of secondary progression, such as moderate to severe weakness, poor coordination and bowel and bladder control, occurring on average 28 years after disease onset, according to experts. However, these disability landmarks are reached approximately 10 years earlier than in adult MS.

The researchers also found an association with the intensity of sunlight and estimated that residents of Florida would be 21 percent less likely than residents of New York to have MS. They noted that sun exposure was “dose-dependent,” the longer the exposure the lower the risk. And even exposure in the first year of life seemed to protect against MS, they said.

Fortunately, the use of sunscreen does not appear to lessen the therapeutic effects of sunlight in warding off MS, noted Waubant, who is also director of the UCSF Regional Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Center. Clinical trials are needed to determine if “increasing sun exposure or vitamin D supplementation can prevent the development of MS or alter disease course post-diagnosis,” she said. Meanwhile, “advising regular time in the sun of at least 30 minutes daily especially during summer, using sun protection as needed, especially for first degree relatives of MS patients, may be a worthwhile intervention to reduce the incidence of MS.”

Limited sun exposure and/or low levels of vitamin D have been associated with other conditions. These include Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s and other types of dementia, as well as schizophrenia and other auto-immune diseases like Type 1 diabetes, Crohn’s disease and lupus.

Senior co-author is Robyn Lucas, MBChB, PhD, of the Australian National University in Canberra. First author is Prince Sebastian, PhD, also of the Australian National University. For a full list of co-authors and potential conflicts of interest, please see the study.

The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health (RO1NS071463, EW) and the National MS Society (HC0165, CC)

We want to thank the writer of this article for this amazing material

Sunshine may shield kids, young adults from MS

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English interpreter Siobhan Redmond enjoys spending her free time reading books, especially about mystery. In all the adventures literary that he has known, he has seen with pleasure how it is always the woman who contributes that critical sense that is required to solve an enigma.

That is why she is very excited to be part of the Serie Queens of mystery, which shows four women teaming up to get to the bottom of the murders that take place in a small town in England.

“Many of the famous detectives we know are men, but they were written by women. Of course there is Agatha Chirstie, she has to Miss Marple, a very famous detective too “, he commented to The Sun of Mexico. “They are usually the women those who notice these little details, it is not a surprise for us to rsolve crimes”, He adds.

The actress detailed that although both in real life and in the series, It is more common to see men in police forces, lately society has become more open to the idea that all genders can play these types of roles equally.

The Serie follow the adventures of Beth, Cat Y Jane Stone, Three sisters writers, who have dedicated their careers to making crime stories. With his experience in the literature, they will help their niece, the detective Matilda, to solve real life mysteries, and along the way they will seek to find out what happened to the young woman’s mother, who mysteriously disappeared years ago.

The story was created by the British screenwriter nominated for Emmy Julian Unthank And given its loyalty to capture the insight of the English, whoever sees it will know their culture in depth. “American detectives tend to open a door with their shoulder or come running on the roof, but British detectives tend to have a cup of coffee and think about it,” he detailed.

“There are differences cultural between each country, but there are things we have in common. I speak for the kind of archetypes we grew up with, the things that scare us, even as adults. ”

When asked what he considers to be the reason for the success Of this type of stories, he opined that it is related to human curiosity, and the taste for “solving puzzles.” He considers that there is an innate quality in people to join the work of the characters on screen, and play to discover details.

Likewise, he pointed out that by having mostly positive endings, they give us the feeling that the problems of the real life they also have an ending. “They make it possible to feel that we can survive in a world where horrible things happen, they teach us that we are going to find a way to cope with this.”

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Before saying goodbye, Siobhan launched an invitation to the public in Latin America, to see the first season of Queens of mystery, which opens this December 9 at the Acorn TV platform.

“Come visit us, you will not be killed, but someone will (laugh), and maybe you can solve the mystery faster than the characters and while you are at it, you will find things to laugh about,” he concluded.

We want to say thanks to the author of this short article for this awesome content

They embody female intuition

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English interpreter Siobhan Redmond enjoys spending her free time reading books, especially about mystery. In all the adventures literary that he has known, he has seen with pleasure how it is always the woman who contributes that critical sense that is required to solve an enigma.

That is why she is very excited to be part of the Serie Queens of mystery, which shows four women teaming up to get to the bottom of the murders that take place in a small town in England.

“Many of the famous detectives we know are men, but they were written by women. Of course there is Agatha Chirstie, she has to Miss Marple, a very famous detective too “, he commented to The Sun of Mexico. “They are usually the women those who notice these little details, it is not a surprise for us to rsolve crimes”, He adds.

The actress detailed that although both in real life and in the series, It is more common to see men in police forces, lately society has become more open to the idea that all genders can play these types of roles equally.

The Serie follow the adventures of Beth, Cat Y Jane Stone, Three sisters writers, who have dedicated their careers to making crime stories. With his experience in the literature, they will help their niece, the detective Matilda, to solve real life mysteries, and along the way they will seek to find out what happened to the young woman’s mother, who mysteriously disappeared years ago.

The story was created by the British screenwriter nominated for Emmy Julian Unthank And given its loyalty to capture the insight of the English, whoever sees it will know their culture in depth. “American detectives tend to open a door with their shoulder or come running on the roof, but British detectives tend to have a cup of coffee and think about it,” he detailed.

“There are differences cultural between each country, but there are things we have in common. I speak for the kind of archetypes we grew up with, the things that scare us, even as adults. ”

When asked what he considers to be the reason for the success Of this type of stories, he opined that it is related to human curiosity, and the taste for “solving puzzles.” He considers that there is an innate quality in people to join the work of the characters on screen, and play to discover details.

Likewise, he pointed out that by having mostly positive endings, they give us the feeling that the problems of the real life they also have an ending. “They make it possible to feel that we can survive in a world where horrible things happen, they teach us that we are going to find a way to cope with this.”

➡️ Subscribe to our Newsletter and receive the most relevant notes in your email

Before saying goodbye, Siobhan launched an invitation to the public in Latin America, to see the first season of Queens of mystery, which opens this December 9 at the Acorn TV platform.

“Come visit us, you will not be killed, but someone will (laugh), and maybe you can solve the mystery faster than the characters and while you are at it, you will find things to laugh about,” he concluded.

We want to say thanks to the author of this short article for this awesome content

They embody female intuition

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1639039443) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(100) "Cream trump! Comunicaciones gives the first blow to Motagua and dreams of the Concacaf League title" ["link"]=> string(123) "http://happynewbaby.com/cream-trump-comunicaciones-gives-the-first-blow-to-motagua-and-dreams-of-the-concacaf-league-title/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(8) "Ann Moon" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Dec 2021 08:34:29 +0000" ["category"]=> string(64) "NewsblowComunicacionesConcacafcreamdreamsLeagueMotaguatitleTrump" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=9820" ["description"]=> string(764) "Jorge Aparicio and Juan Anangonó were the Communications scorers in the first leg final played in Honduras Jorge Aparicio FC Communications HONDURAS – Comunicaciones takes advantage and takes an important step towards the title of the Concacaf League 2021 by defeating Motagua of Honduras 2-1 with goals converted from Jorge Aparicio Y Juan Luis Anangonó, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6935) "

Jorge Aparicio and Juan Anangonó were the Communications scorers in the first leg final played in Honduras

HONDURAS – Comunicaciones takes advantage and takes an important step towards the title of the Concacaf League 2021 by defeating Motagua of Honduras 2-1 with goals converted from Jorge Aparicio Y Juan Luis Anangonó, while the local goal came through Roberto Moreira.

The Cremas were effective in the attack and took advantage of the defensive deconcentration of the local team to get ahead on the global scoreboard and thus be able to close the series at home next Tuesday, December 14 at the Doroteo Guamuch Flores stadium at 9:00 p.m.

Communications started the game with the first dangerous action in the Motagua area. After a corner kick taken by Oscar Santis, deflected by Rafael Morales, the ball hits the local player’s hand and the referee gives continuity of play, so it appears Jose Manuel Contreras with a shot inside the area that was taken off the line by Motagua.

The response of the ‘Blue Cyclone’ came through the Paraguayan Roberto Moreira by crashing a ball into the goal post defended by Kevin Moscoso after a cross to the far post by Iván López. Minutes later Moreira reappeared with a shot to the outside of the net.

It was at minute 21 ‘when Communications opened the scoring. Andrés Lezcano overflowed on the left side and raised a center that was fought by Juan Anangonó and on the rebound, the ball favors the midfielder Jorge Aparicio With his right leg he finishes off and beats goalkeeper Jonathan Rougier for the 0-1 match.

With the disadvantage on the scoreboard, Motagua turned to attack. Kevin López sought to surprise goalkeeper Kevin Moscoso in the fixed tactic, but the Guatemalan goalkeeper reacted positively. Subsequently, there was a double header in the area, but again Moscoso drowned out the goal cry for the locals.

Finally at minute 41 ‘equality was scored. In a center raised from the right sector, appeared Roberto Moreira to win the aerial game to send the ball to the bottom of the cream goal and score the 1-1 of the commitment.

In the complementary part, it was Motagua who went out in search of the opposite goal, while Comunicaciones opted to group the midfield to try to stop the local team. It was Kevin Lopez who appeared on the right side of the attack to disturb Kevin Moscoso who leaned to the right side to keep the ball.

After 60 minutes, Diego Vázquez and Willy Olivera made the first variations with the objective that the teams look better on the pitch due to the physical wear caused by the humidity of Honduras.

At minute 73 ‘the Argentine Diego Auzqui He tried to surprise Comunicaciones with a set piece frontal to the goal by Kevin Moscoso, however, the shot was completely deflected from the cream goal.

Communications ‘second goal in the game came at minute 78’. After a frontal rebound from Stheven Robles, local goalkeeper Jonathan Rougier rebounds and the Ecuadorian appears Juan Anangonó with a left leg shot at the back of the goal to place the 1-2 in favor of the Guatemalan team.

During the Communications celebration, Motagua fans threw objects onto the field and one of them hit Stheven Robles’ head, thus delaying the engagement for a few minutes. In the last play of the game, Kevin Moscoso saved Comunicaciones and avoided Motagua’s draw after a center where he managed to deflect the ball to the corner kick.

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this incredible content

Cream trump! Comunicaciones gives the first blow to Motagua and dreams of the Concacaf League title

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Jorge Aparicio and Juan Anangonó were the Communications scorers in the first leg final played in Honduras

HONDURAS – Comunicaciones takes advantage and takes an important step towards the title of the Concacaf League 2021 by defeating Motagua of Honduras 2-1 with goals converted from Jorge Aparicio Y Juan Luis Anangonó, while the local goal came through Roberto Moreira.

The Cremas were effective in the attack and took advantage of the defensive deconcentration of the local team to get ahead on the global scoreboard and thus be able to close the series at home next Tuesday, December 14 at the Doroteo Guamuch Flores stadium at 9:00 p.m.

Communications started the game with the first dangerous action in the Motagua area. After a corner kick taken by Oscar Santis, deflected by Rafael Morales, the ball hits the local player’s hand and the referee gives continuity of play, so it appears Jose Manuel Contreras with a shot inside the area that was taken off the line by Motagua.

The response of the ‘Blue Cyclone’ came through the Paraguayan Roberto Moreira by crashing a ball into the goal post defended by Kevin Moscoso after a cross to the far post by Iván López. Minutes later Moreira reappeared with a shot to the outside of the net.

It was at minute 21 ‘when Communications opened the scoring. Andrés Lezcano overflowed on the left side and raised a center that was fought by Juan Anangonó and on the rebound, the ball favors the midfielder Jorge Aparicio With his right leg he finishes off and beats goalkeeper Jonathan Rougier for the 0-1 match.

With the disadvantage on the scoreboard, Motagua turned to attack. Kevin López sought to surprise goalkeeper Kevin Moscoso in the fixed tactic, but the Guatemalan goalkeeper reacted positively. Subsequently, there was a double header in the area, but again Moscoso drowned out the goal cry for the locals.

Finally at minute 41 ‘equality was scored. In a center raised from the right sector, appeared Roberto Moreira to win the aerial game to send the ball to the bottom of the cream goal and score the 1-1 of the commitment.

In the complementary part, it was Motagua who went out in search of the opposite goal, while Comunicaciones opted to group the midfield to try to stop the local team. It was Kevin Lopez who appeared on the right side of the attack to disturb Kevin Moscoso who leaned to the right side to keep the ball.

After 60 minutes, Diego Vázquez and Willy Olivera made the first variations with the objective that the teams look better on the pitch due to the physical wear caused by the humidity of Honduras.

At minute 73 ‘the Argentine Diego Auzqui He tried to surprise Comunicaciones with a set piece frontal to the goal by Kevin Moscoso, however, the shot was completely deflected from the cream goal.

Communications ‘second goal in the game came at minute 78’. After a frontal rebound from Stheven Robles, local goalkeeper Jonathan Rougier rebounds and the Ecuadorian appears Juan Anangonó with a left leg shot at the back of the goal to place the 1-2 in favor of the Guatemalan team.

During the Communications celebration, Motagua fans threw objects onto the field and one of them hit Stheven Robles’ head, thus delaying the engagement for a few minutes. In the last play of the game, Kevin Moscoso saved Comunicaciones and avoided Motagua’s draw after a center where he managed to deflect the ball to the corner kick.

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this write-up for this incredible content

Cream trump! Comunicaciones gives the first blow to Motagua and dreams of the Concacaf League title

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1639038869) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(96) "Code red for hotel breakfasts – Hotels also have a responsibility for healthy food – Foodlog" ["link"]=> string(113) "http://happynewbaby.com/code-red-for-hotel-breakfasts-hotels-also-have-a-responsibility-for-healthy-food-foodlog/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(15) "Pauline Moonlky" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Dec 2021 07:51:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(68) "MagazinebreakfastscodeFoodFoodloghealthyhotelhotelsRedresponsibility" ["guid"]=> string(31) "http://happynewbaby.com/?p=9814" ["description"]=> string(672) "I decided to ask for a low carb breakfast. You can ask that for € 12.50. I got a question back: what exactly did that mean? To which I replied with a bouncer, cheese, yogurt, fruit, and one whole wheat bun. And a whole wheat sandwich to take with me so that I could boost ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4439) "

I decided to ask for a low carb breakfast. You can ask that for € 12.50. I got a question back: what exactly did that mean? To which I replied with a bouncer, cheese, yogurt, fruit, and one whole wheat bun. And a whole wheat sandwich to take with me so that I could boost my blood sugar a few hours later with some carbohydrates. I received confirmation and the idea that everything would be fine.

Unfortunately, the lady on duty appeared to know nothing in the morning. Due to staff shortages, she did not have time to bake a bouncer. Yogurt still worked. She still had brown bread as if that always means it’s whole wheat bread. On the outside door of the hotel is a score of 9.3 from Tripadvisor. My confidence in those kinds of scores immediately took a big dent. Internal organization and communication were clearly not in order. And Tripadvisor doesn’t yet base its reviews on whether it’s a healthy breakfast.

The last time during my stay in a hotel in Alkmaar I had a tasty and healthy breakfast at a nice coffee shop. Good for me, shame for the hotel

Questionnaire about desired breakfast

During a visit to a hotel in Sauerland last year, I received a list the day before which products I wanted to have served for breakfast in the morning. With many options. Hotels must realize that ideas about a healthy and tasty breakfast are increasingly diverging. That they should intervene. That they should be reluctant to only serve white bread and croissants for breakfast. It is in their own (commercial) interest to satisfy their customers. Furthermore, hotels – just like supermarkets – also have a responsibility to ensure a healthy food environment. With a list that is completed in advance, you can better respond to people’s individual wishes and it prevents a lot of food waste. Because meat products that have been on the table for a few hours go into the trash.

I get the impression that since corona many hotels prefer (or are forced) to put a basket with croissants and white bread on the tables and no longer offer a buffet where you can choose yourself.

At a recent research The healthy food environment of Maartje Poelman et al. shows that 91% of the supply of catering chains falls outside the range of five. She rightly writes that the food environment has a major influence on the choices that consumers make. She argues in favor of better monitoring of the supply, whereby the supply is assessed whether it fits within the band of five, how it scores on the Nutri-Score and the NOVA classification. But is better monitoring the most appropriate approach? Is monitoring effective in challenging entrepreneurs to put more healthy products on the table? Or is it mainly of interest to policymakers who can then blame the sector for the obesity epidemic?

Mandatory information on the menu
The government could also oblige to indicate on the menu whether the dish fits within the range of five, or what score the product has on the Nutri-Score (if it is ever introduced). It is not without reason that Marc Jansen reacts with a sneer that the government must make haste with the introduction of the Nutriscore.

In any case, a healthy breakfast in hotels receives little attention. This is not addressed in Poelman’s research either. A great challenge for hotels to contribute to a healthy food environment with a healthy breakfast. Interest in healthy food has increased enormously due to the corona crisis and the sector must respond to this. The last time during my stay in a hotel in Alkmaar I had a tasty and healthy breakfast at a nice coffee shop. Good for me, shame for the hotel.

We want to thank the writer of this short article for this incredible web content

Code red for hotel breakfasts – Hotels also have a responsibility for healthy food – Foodlog

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I decided to ask for a low carb breakfast. You can ask that for € 12.50. I got a question back: what exactly did that mean? To which I replied with a bouncer, cheese, yogurt, fruit, and one whole wheat bun. And a whole wheat sandwich to take with me so that I could boost my blood sugar a few hours later with some carbohydrates. I received confirmation and the idea that everything would be fine.

Unfortunately, the lady on duty appeared to know nothing in the morning. Due to staff shortages, she did not have time to bake a bouncer. Yogurt still worked. She still had brown bread as if that always means it’s whole wheat bread. On the outside door of the hotel is a score of 9.3 from Tripadvisor. My confidence in those kinds of scores immediately took a big dent. Internal organization and communication were clearly not in order. And Tripadvisor doesn’t yet base its reviews on whether it’s a healthy breakfast.

The last time during my stay in a hotel in Alkmaar I had a tasty and healthy breakfast at a nice coffee shop. Good for me, shame for the hotel

Questionnaire about desired breakfast

During a visit to a hotel in Sauerland last year, I received a list the day before which products I wanted to have served for breakfast in the morning. With many options. Hotels must realize that ideas about a healthy and tasty breakfast are increasingly diverging. That they should intervene. That they should be reluctant to only serve white bread and croissants for breakfast. It is in their own (commercial) interest to satisfy their customers. Furthermore, hotels – just like supermarkets – also have a responsibility to ensure a healthy food environment. With a list that is completed in advance, you can better respond to people’s individual wishes and it prevents a lot of food waste. Because meat products that have been on the table for a few hours go into the trash.

I get the impression that since corona many hotels prefer (or are forced) to put a basket with croissants and white bread on the tables and no longer offer a buffet where you can choose yourself.

At a recent research The healthy food environment of Maartje Poelman et al. shows that 91% of the supply of catering chains falls outside the range of five. She rightly writes that the food environment has a major influence on the choices that consumers make. She argues in favor of better monitoring of the supply, whereby the supply is assessed whether it fits within the band of five, how it scores on the Nutri-Score and the NOVA classification. But is better monitoring the most appropriate approach? Is monitoring effective in challenging entrepreneurs to put more healthy products on the table? Or is it mainly of interest to policymakers who can then blame the sector for the obesity epidemic?

Mandatory information on the menu
The government could also oblige to indicate on the menu whether the dish fits within the range of five, or what score the product has on the Nutri-Score (if it is ever introduced). It is not without reason that Marc Jansen reacts with a sneer that the government must make haste with the introduction of the Nutriscore.

In any case, a healthy breakfast in hotels receives little attention. This is not addressed in Poelman’s research either. A great challenge for hotels to contribute to a healthy food environment with a healthy breakfast. Interest in healthy food has increased enormously due to the corona crisis and the sector must respond to this. The last time during my stay in a hotel in Alkmaar I had a tasty and healthy breakfast at a nice coffee shop. Good for me, shame for the hotel.

We want to thank the writer of this short article for this incredible web content

Code red for hotel breakfasts – Hotels also have a responsibility for healthy food – Foodlog

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1639036266) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(45) "Mirco Nontschew is dead – new details known" ["link"]=> string(66) "http://happynewbaby.com/mirco-nontschew-is-dead-new-details-known/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Dec 2021 07:45:30 +0000" ["category"]=> string(29) "NewsdeaddetailsMircoNontschew" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=9808" ["description"]=> string(585) "The actor and comedian Mirco Nontschew died at the age of 52. The fire department found him lifeless in his apartment. New details are known. Update from Tuesday, December 7th, 2021, 12.30 p.m .: Mirco Nontschew was found lifeless in his apartment last week. Nontschew’s manager confirmed his death (see update from Monday, December 6th, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7931) "

The actor and comedian Mirco Nontschew died at the age of 52. The fire department found him lifeless in his apartment. New details are known.

Update from Tuesday, December 7th, 2021, 12.30 p.m .: Mirco Nontschew was found lifeless in his apartment last week. Nontschew’s manager confirmed his death (see update from Monday, December 6th, 2021). The cause of death is still being investigated. The police are investigating.

Most recently, Nontschew was seen on the Amazon show “LOL: Last One Laughing”. His former colleagues are now saying goodbye to him with an obituary notice in the Süddeutsche Zeitung. “We have lost a great colleague and a great person,” says the first sentence of the simple obituary. And further: “A gifted comedian who made us all laugh with his many talents and enthused. […] We will carry it in our hearts and it will always put a smile on our faces, ”it says.

The actor Mirco Nontschew died at the age of 52. (Archive image)

© Strussfoto / Imago

Mirco Nontschew is dead – new details become known

Update from Monday, December 6th, 2021, 9.00 a.m .: Mirco Nontschew, comedian and actor, is dead. He was only 52 years old. “We acknowledge the death of our friend and family member. The family asks for consideration in these difficult times, ”explained his manager Bertram Riedel to the Bild newspaper. The police confirmed to the news portal Focus Online that they had been alerted around 4 p.m. on Friday (December 3rd, 2021). She found a dead 52-year-old in an apartment building: It was Mirco Nontschew.

The Bild newspaper reports that the von Nontschew family was already concerned. For days she hadn’t heard from the comedian who lived alone in Berlin. According to the police, nothing is known about the cause of death. A death investigation had been initiated. As the Bild-Zeitung reports, citing information from police circles, there are no signs of suicide or outside interference. An autopsy should shed light on the darkness.

Comedian and actor Mirco Nontschew is dead: health problems after “LOL”?

However, Nontschew may have suffered from a disease that the public did not know about. According to the Bild newspaper, Nontschew was last in a clinic. In addition, the star comedian is said to have had “financial worries”.

Most recently, Nontschew was seen on the Amazon show “LOL: Last One Laughing”. The shooting for it is said to have taken a lot to Nontschew. The 52-year-old announced in April that he had vomited for three days after filming the first season. The third season of the format had just been shot – with, among others, Nontschew. The broadcast should take place in 2022.

Mirco Nontschew dies at the age of 52 – he leaves three daughters

According to a report by the news portal T-Online.de, Nontschew leaves three daughters. He had a daughter Cheyenne with his ex-wife Melanie, and stepdaughter Alina. He had the third daughter around ten years ago with the make-up artist Monique Bredow. She will be ten years old on December 14th. Mirco Nontschew will not live to see his birthday again.

Mirco Nontschew is dead – comedian dies at the age of 52

First registration from Saturday, December 4th, 2021: Cologne – Comedian Mirco Nontschew is dead. He died last week at the age of only 52. Nontschew was best known for his appearances in the 1990s on the RTL show “Saturday Night”. Initially, the picture had reported about the death.

Manager Bertram Riedel had confirmed the death of Mirco Nontschew and asked for consideration for the family of the deceased. The actor leaves two daughters. There are different reports about the time of death. While the Bild writes that Nontschew died last week, the Berliner Zeitung (BZ) quotes a police spokesman who in turn reported that “a 52-year-old was found dead yesterday afternoon”. Initially, nothing was known about the cause of death.

Comedian Mirco Nontschew became known through “RTL Saturday Night”

Mirco Nontschew was born in East Berlin in 1969. He had his first television appearance in 1993. Above all, the ability to imitate numerous very different noises with his voice earned him fame. “RTL Saturday Night” ran until 1998. After that, Nontschew received its own program on RTL called “Mircomania”. He has also appeared in several movies, including “7 Dwarfs – The Forest Is Not Enough” and “Otto’s Eleven”. His last appearance was on the Amazon show “LOL: Last One Laughing”. The third season of the format with Mirco Nontschew has just been shot and should be broadcast in early 2022. (nc / dil / tu)

Header list image: © Strussfoto / Imago

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this post for this remarkable material

Mirco Nontschew is dead – new details known

" } ["summary"]=> string(585) "The actor and comedian Mirco Nontschew died at the age of 52. The fire department found him lifeless in his apartment. New details are known. Update from Tuesday, December 7th, 2021, 12.30 p.m .: Mirco Nontschew was found lifeless in his apartment last week. Nontschew’s manager confirmed his death (see update from Monday, December 6th, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(7931) "

The actor and comedian Mirco Nontschew died at the age of 52. The fire department found him lifeless in his apartment. New details are known.

Update from Tuesday, December 7th, 2021, 12.30 p.m .: Mirco Nontschew was found lifeless in his apartment last week. Nontschew’s manager confirmed his death (see update from Monday, December 6th, 2021). The cause of death is still being investigated. The police are investigating.

Most recently, Nontschew was seen on the Amazon show “LOL: Last One Laughing”. His former colleagues are now saying goodbye to him with an obituary notice in the Süddeutsche Zeitung. “We have lost a great colleague and a great person,” says the first sentence of the simple obituary. And further: “A gifted comedian who made us all laugh with his many talents and enthused. […] We will carry it in our hearts and it will always put a smile on our faces, ”it says.

The actor Mirco Nontschew died at the age of 52. (Archive image)

© Strussfoto / Imago

Mirco Nontschew is dead – new details become known

Update from Monday, December 6th, 2021, 9.00 a.m .: Mirco Nontschew, comedian and actor, is dead. He was only 52 years old. “We acknowledge the death of our friend and family member. The family asks for consideration in these difficult times, ”explained his manager Bertram Riedel to the Bild newspaper. The police confirmed to the news portal Focus Online that they had been alerted around 4 p.m. on Friday (December 3rd, 2021). She found a dead 52-year-old in an apartment building: It was Mirco Nontschew.

The Bild newspaper reports that the von Nontschew family was already concerned. For days she hadn’t heard from the comedian who lived alone in Berlin. According to the police, nothing is known about the cause of death. A death investigation had been initiated. As the Bild-Zeitung reports, citing information from police circles, there are no signs of suicide or outside interference. An autopsy should shed light on the darkness.

Comedian and actor Mirco Nontschew is dead: health problems after “LOL”?

However, Nontschew may have suffered from a disease that the public did not know about. According to the Bild newspaper, Nontschew was last in a clinic. In addition, the star comedian is said to have had “financial worries”.

Most recently, Nontschew was seen on the Amazon show “LOL: Last One Laughing”. The shooting for it is said to have taken a lot to Nontschew. The 52-year-old announced in April that he had vomited for three days after filming the first season. The third season of the format had just been shot – with, among others, Nontschew. The broadcast should take place in 2022.

Mirco Nontschew dies at the age of 52 – he leaves three daughters

According to a report by the news portal T-Online.de, Nontschew leaves three daughters. He had a daughter Cheyenne with his ex-wife Melanie, and stepdaughter Alina. He had the third daughter around ten years ago with the make-up artist Monique Bredow. She will be ten years old on December 14th. Mirco Nontschew will not live to see his birthday again.

Mirco Nontschew is dead – comedian dies at the age of 52

First registration from Saturday, December 4th, 2021: Cologne – Comedian Mirco Nontschew is dead. He died last week at the age of only 52. Nontschew was best known for his appearances in the 1990s on the RTL show “Saturday Night”. Initially, the picture had reported about the death.

Manager Bertram Riedel had confirmed the death of Mirco Nontschew and asked for consideration for the family of the deceased. The actor leaves two daughters. There are different reports about the time of death. While the Bild writes that Nontschew died last week, the Berliner Zeitung (BZ) quotes a police spokesman who in turn reported that “a 52-year-old was found dead yesterday afternoon”. Initially, nothing was known about the cause of death.

Comedian Mirco Nontschew became known through “RTL Saturday Night”

Mirco Nontschew was born in East Berlin in 1969. He had his first television appearance in 1993. Above all, the ability to imitate numerous very different noises with his voice earned him fame. “RTL Saturday Night” ran until 1998. After that, Nontschew received its own program on RTL called “Mircomania”. He has also appeared in several movies, including “7 Dwarfs – The Forest Is Not Enough” and “Otto’s Eleven”. His last appearance was on the Amazon show “LOL: Last One Laughing”. The third season of the format with Mirco Nontschew has just been shot and should be broadcast in early 2022. (nc / dil / tu)

Header list image: © Strussfoto / Imago

We would love to give thanks to the writer of this post for this remarkable material

Mirco Nontschew is dead – new details known

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1639035930) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(64) "Optical cavities could be key to next generation interferometers" ["link"]=> string(89) "http://happynewbaby.com/optical-cavities-could-be-key-to-next-generation-interferometers/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Dec 2021 07:34:53 +0000" ["category"]=> string(61) "Health And Sciencecavitiesgenerationinterferometerskeyoptical" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=9803" ["description"]=> string(699) "Journal Reference: Rustin Nourshargh, Samuel Lellouch, Sam Hedges, Mehdi Langlois, Kai Bongs, Michael Holynski. Circulating pulse cavity enhancement as a method for extreme momentum transfer atom interferometry. Communications Physics, 2021; 4 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s42005-021-00754-6 The concept is described in a paper written by UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing researchers at the University of ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3432) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Rustin Nourshargh, Samuel Lellouch, Sam Hedges, Mehdi Langlois, Kai Bongs, Michael Holynski. Circulating pulse cavity enhancement as a method for extreme momentum transfer atom interferometry. Communications Physics, 2021; 4 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s42005-021-00754-6

The concept is described in a paper written by UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing researchers at the University of Birmingham and published in Communications Physics, and a related patent application filed by University of Birmingham Enterprise.

It proposes a new method of using optical cavities to enhance atom interferometers — highly sensitive devices that use light and atoms to make ultra-precise measurements.

Although itself challenging to implement, the concept presents a method of overcoming substantial technological challenges involved in the pursuit of atom interferometers operating at extreme momentum transfer — a technique which would allow atoms to be placed into a quantum superposition over large distances.

This is key to enabling the sensitivities required for these devices to investigate signals from dark matter and gravitational waves. The exploration of dark matter, and the detection of gravitational waves from the very early Universe is key to developing our collective knowledge of fundamental physics.

The new paper, written by Dr Rustin Nourshargh, Dr Samuel Lellouch and colleagues from the School of Physics and Astronomy, describes how synchronisation of the input pulses, to realise a spatially resolved circulating pulse within the optical cavity, can facilitate a large momentum transfer without the need for drastic improvements in available laser power.

Investigating dark matter and gravitational waves will not only facilitate a better understanding of the Universe’s history, but will also drive new ideas for improving the future sensitivity of atom interferometers. This will also be relevant to further exploiting atom interferometry in practical applications, such as providing new tools for navigation through enabling increased resilience against loss of GPS signals.

Dr Rustin Nourshargh, former doctoral researcher at the University of Birmingham and now Scientist at Oxford Ionics, said: “This optical cavity scheme offers a route to meeting the immense laser power requirements for future atom based gravitational wave detectors.”

Dr Samuel Lellouch, Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham, said: “By overcoming some of the most severe current technological barriers, this original scheme has a real potential to enable disruptive sensitivity levels in large-scale atom interferometers.”

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Optical cavities could be key to next generation interferometers

" } ["summary"]=> string(699) "Journal Reference: Rustin Nourshargh, Samuel Lellouch, Sam Hedges, Mehdi Langlois, Kai Bongs, Michael Holynski. Circulating pulse cavity enhancement as a method for extreme momentum transfer atom interferometry. Communications Physics, 2021; 4 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s42005-021-00754-6 The concept is described in a paper written by UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing researchers at the University of ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3432) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Rustin Nourshargh, Samuel Lellouch, Sam Hedges, Mehdi Langlois, Kai Bongs, Michael Holynski. Circulating pulse cavity enhancement as a method for extreme momentum transfer atom interferometry. Communications Physics, 2021; 4 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s42005-021-00754-6

The concept is described in a paper written by UK Quantum Technology Hub Sensors and Timing researchers at the University of Birmingham and published in Communications Physics, and a related patent application filed by University of Birmingham Enterprise.

It proposes a new method of using optical cavities to enhance atom interferometers — highly sensitive devices that use light and atoms to make ultra-precise measurements.

Although itself challenging to implement, the concept presents a method of overcoming substantial technological challenges involved in the pursuit of atom interferometers operating at extreme momentum transfer — a technique which would allow atoms to be placed into a quantum superposition over large distances.

This is key to enabling the sensitivities required for these devices to investigate signals from dark matter and gravitational waves. The exploration of dark matter, and the detection of gravitational waves from the very early Universe is key to developing our collective knowledge of fundamental physics.

The new paper, written by Dr Rustin Nourshargh, Dr Samuel Lellouch and colleagues from the School of Physics and Astronomy, describes how synchronisation of the input pulses, to realise a spatially resolved circulating pulse within the optical cavity, can facilitate a large momentum transfer without the need for drastic improvements in available laser power.

Investigating dark matter and gravitational waves will not only facilitate a better understanding of the Universe’s history, but will also drive new ideas for improving the future sensitivity of atom interferometers. This will also be relevant to further exploiting atom interferometry in practical applications, such as providing new tools for navigation through enabling increased resilience against loss of GPS signals.

Dr Rustin Nourshargh, former doctoral researcher at the University of Birmingham and now Scientist at Oxford Ionics, said: “This optical cavity scheme offers a route to meeting the immense laser power requirements for future atom based gravitational wave detectors.”

Dr Samuel Lellouch, Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham, said: “By overcoming some of the most severe current technological barriers, this original scheme has a real potential to enable disruptive sensitivity levels in large-scale atom interferometers.”

We wish to say thanks to the author of this short article for this amazing web content

Optical cavities could be key to next generation interferometers

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1639035293) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(77) "Atlético-MG x Sport: see where to watch, squads, embezzlement and refereeing" ["link"]=> string(98) "http://happynewbaby.com/atletico-mg-x-sport-see-where-to-watch-squads-embezzlement-and-refereeing/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(9) "Blue Holt" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Dec 2021 07:26:49 +0000" ["category"]=> string(54) "SportAtléticoMGembezzlementrefereeingsportsquadsWatch" ["guid"]=> string(31) "http://happynewbaby.com/?p=9797" ["description"]=> string(670) "+ See the Brazilian Championship Series A table Leader of the Brasileirão with 42 points, Galo arrives packed. There are nine unbeaten games in the season, with classification to the semifinals of the Libertadores and Copa do Brasil in that period. With only commitments for the Brazilian, Atlético have an even bigger streak: 12 matches. ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(9452) "

Leader of the Brasileirão with 42 points, Galo arrives packed. There are nine unbeaten games in the season, with classification to the semifinals of the Libertadores and Copa do Brasil in that period. With only commitments for the Brazilian, Atlético have an even bigger streak: 12 matches. Thanks to this sequence, Alvinegro has led the national championship for six rounds.

Sport is going through a delicate moment in Serie A. In the last six games, it has not won and has not scored any goals. With the straight, he dropped to the penultimate position in the table. Start the round within five points of leaving the Z-4. He faces a quarry, but cannot delay the reaction – otherwise he will see the exit from the sticking zone even further away.

Streaming: Premiere, with narration by Rogério Corrêa and comments by Cabral Neto, Henrique Fernandes and Janette Mara Arcanjo.

Real time: The give follow all the bids, with exclusive videos (click here to access).

Atlético-MG – Coach: Cuca

In addition to Savarino, who was already in the medical department, Atlético have two casualties to face Sport. Right-back Mariano and defensive midfielder Jair received the third yellow card in the last round and will be suspended. For Mariano’s vacancy, Guga is the natural substitute. As for Jair, Cuca can make the natural change with Tchê Tchê, or change the team’s tactical scheme to fit Diego Costa.

The expectation for the attacker’s debut as a starter. It was triggered by Cuca in the second half of the last three matches, gaining minutes for game rhythm and physical evolution. He stood out against Fluminense, last Wednesday, for the Copa do Brasil. Cuca still preaches caution, but there are real possibilities for Diego to come out playing.

The Likely Athletic: Everson; Guga, Nathan, Alonso and Arana; Allan, Zaracho and Nacho Fernández; Hulk, Vargas and Diego Costa (Tchê Tchê).

Probable Atlético-MG against Sport — Photo: ge

Who is out: Savarino (medical department), Jair and Mariano (suspended)

Hanging: Dodô, Eduardo Sasha, Hulk, Tchê Tchê and Zaracho

+ Atlético-MG News

Sport – Coach: Gustavo Florentín

The Sport’s lineup is unknown, starting with the tactical scheme. In the last game, against Internacional, Florentín surprised him by casting three defenders, but it is unlikely that he will keep them because the team’s performance, while the formation was on the field, was not the best. Thus, the trend is back to 4-3-3 or one of its variations. Leão will have midfielder Hernanes back, but does not have Zé Welison, whose contract has a clause that prevents him from playing against Galo, his original club.

In the offensive sector, Everton Felipe, Paulinho Moccelin and Everaldo compete for the two positions at the ends. André and Mikael fight for the role of center forward (they only play together if Florentín decides to keep the three defenders).

Probable Sport: Mailson; Hayner, Sabino, Rafael Thyere and Sander; Marcão, Betinho (Chico) and Hernanes; Everton Felipe, Paulinho Moccelin (Everaldo) and Mikael (André)

Probable Sport against Atlético-MG — Photo: ge

Hanging: goalkeeper Mailson, defender Thyere and defensive midfielder Zé Welison.

Who is out: Zé Welison, João Igor and Neílton

  • Referee: Vinícius Gonçalves Dias Araújo (SP)
  • Assistants: Marcelo Carvalho Van Gasse and Daniel Paulo Ziolli (SP)
  • Video Arbitrator: Péricles Bassols Pegado Cortez (SP)
  • Fourth referee: Wanderson Alves de Sousa (MG)

We want to thank the author of this short article for this awesome content

Atlético-MG x Sport: see where to watch, squads, embezzlement and refereeing

" } ["summary"]=> string(670) "+ See the Brazilian Championship Series A table Leader of the Brasileirão with 42 points, Galo arrives packed. There are nine unbeaten games in the season, with classification to the semifinals of the Libertadores and Copa do Brasil in that period. With only commitments for the Brazilian, Atlético have an even bigger streak: 12 matches. ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(9452) "

Leader of the Brasileirão with 42 points, Galo arrives packed. There are nine unbeaten games in the season, with classification to the semifinals of the Libertadores and Copa do Brasil in that period. With only commitments for the Brazilian, Atlético have an even bigger streak: 12 matches. Thanks to this sequence, Alvinegro has led the national championship for six rounds.

Sport is going through a delicate moment in Serie A. In the last six games, it has not won and has not scored any goals. With the straight, he dropped to the penultimate position in the table. Start the round within five points of leaving the Z-4. He faces a quarry, but cannot delay the reaction – otherwise he will see the exit from the sticking zone even further away.

Streaming: Premiere, with narration by Rogério Corrêa and comments by Cabral Neto, Henrique Fernandes and Janette Mara Arcanjo.

Real time: The give follow all the bids, with exclusive videos (click here to access).

Atlético-MG – Coach: Cuca

In addition to Savarino, who was already in the medical department, Atlético have two casualties to face Sport. Right-back Mariano and defensive midfielder Jair received the third yellow card in the last round and will be suspended. For Mariano’s vacancy, Guga is the natural substitute. As for Jair, Cuca can make the natural change with Tchê Tchê, or change the team’s tactical scheme to fit Diego Costa.

The expectation for the attacker’s debut as a starter. It was triggered by Cuca in the second half of the last three matches, gaining minutes for game rhythm and physical evolution. He stood out against Fluminense, last Wednesday, for the Copa do Brasil. Cuca still preaches caution, but there are real possibilities for Diego to come out playing.

The Likely Athletic: Everson; Guga, Nathan, Alonso and Arana; Allan, Zaracho and Nacho Fernández; Hulk, Vargas and Diego Costa (Tchê Tchê).

Probable Atlético-MG against Sport — Photo: ge

Who is out: Savarino (medical department), Jair and Mariano (suspended)

Hanging: Dodô, Eduardo Sasha, Hulk, Tchê Tchê and Zaracho

+ Atlético-MG News

Sport – Coach: Gustavo Florentín

The Sport’s lineup is unknown, starting with the tactical scheme. In the last game, against Internacional, Florentín surprised him by casting three defenders, but it is unlikely that he will keep them because the team’s performance, while the formation was on the field, was not the best. Thus, the trend is back to 4-3-3 or one of its variations. Leão will have midfielder Hernanes back, but does not have Zé Welison, whose contract has a clause that prevents him from playing against Galo, his original club.

In the offensive sector, Everton Felipe, Paulinho Moccelin and Everaldo compete for the two positions at the ends. André and Mikael fight for the role of center forward (they only play together if Florentín decides to keep the three defenders).

Probable Sport: Mailson; Hayner, Sabino, Rafael Thyere and Sander; Marcão, Betinho (Chico) and Hernanes; Everton Felipe, Paulinho Moccelin (Everaldo) and Mikael (André)

Probable Sport against Atlético-MG — Photo: ge

Hanging: goalkeeper Mailson, defender Thyere and defensive midfielder Zé Welison.

Who is out: Zé Welison, João Igor and Neílton

  • Referee: Vinícius Gonçalves Dias Araújo (SP)
  • Assistants: Marcelo Carvalho Van Gasse and Daniel Paulo Ziolli (SP)
  • Video Arbitrator: Péricles Bassols Pegado Cortez (SP)
  • Fourth referee: Wanderson Alves de Sousa (MG)

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" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1639034809) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(24) "Honduras: 12 years later" ["link"]=> string(48) "http://happynewbaby.com/honduras-12-years-later/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Paula Hooper" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Dec 2021 07:22:30 +0000" ["category"]=> string(19) "GossipHondurasyears" ["guid"]=> string(31) "http://happynewbaby.com/?p=9791" ["description"]=> string(545) "Twelve years ago (in 2009), Manuel Zelaya, former president of Honduras democratically elected in 2006, was ousted from the country’s first magistracy through a coup carried out by the military, the oligarchy and conservative sectors, nationals and foreigners. due, among other factors, to its social policies and its rapprochement with governments such as those of ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4445) "

Twelve years ago (in 2009), Manuel Zelaya, former president of Honduras democratically elected in 2006, was ousted from the country’s first magistracy through a coup carried out by the military, the oligarchy and conservative sectors, nationals and foreigners. due, among other factors, to its social policies and its rapprochement with governments such as those of Cuba, Ecuador, Venezuela and Bolivia. Since then, the right wing has governed the country, applying the neoliberal economic model, with increasing corruption and with results that are in sight.

In 2019, according to the UN, the number of migrants from Honduras to the north of the American continent amounted to 800,707, representing 8.2 percent of its population. So far in fiscal year 2021, according to US Customs and Border Protection data, Honduran nationals accounted for almost half of the 701,049 Central Americans detained on the southwestern border of that country. Among the causes of this migratory phenomenon are poverty, violence, corruption and natural disasters.

From 2019 to 2020, unemployment rose from 5.7 to 10.9 percent and informal employment went from 60.7 to 70.7 percent, while by September 2021 around 3.3 million people faced food insecurity, not to mention that poverty in Honduras affects almost 70 percent of the population.

In 2020, according to World Bank projections, the proportion of those living in that year below the poverty line of 115.9 pesos a day (5.5 US dollars) would have increased to 55 percent, that is, more than 700,000 new people in a situation of poverty.

Likewise, the homicide rate in 2020 was 37.6 percent per 100,000 inhabitants.

In this context, on November 28, 2021, with a voter turnout of around 70 percent, Xiomara Castro, candidate of the Freedom and Refoundation Party (left-leaning) and who is married to former President Zelaya, managed to prevail in the first round of the presidential election, along with other political formations, to the official candidate Nasry Asfura, of the National Party.

It should be noted that the running mate of the president-elect is Salvador Nasralla, from the Salvador Party of Honduras (center-right). The now-elect vice president decided to join the then-candidate Castro a few weeks before the elections, so now both must coexist politically with all that this entails, including the eventual appearance of ideological differences.

Among the proposals of the elected Head of State and Government are the following: a popular consultation for the people to organize and elect the National Constituent Assembly to draft a new Constitution; sale of the presidential plane; decrease in the high salaries of civil servants; review and legal cancellation of electricity contracts granted by the State at overvalued prices, and universal income for families living in poverty.

The president-elect has proposed a re-founding of the country, and indicated that she will call on all sectors of society so that points of agreement can be used and form minimum bases for the new government.

For now, in order to know the composition of the Congress, Xiomara Castro will have to wait for the official results of the election that was held on November 28. And it is that the legislative body depends, for example, the vote in 2022 on both the attorney general (whose term ends in 2023) and the nine magistrates of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation for the period 2023-2030.

Castro will assume the presidency of the country on January 27, 2022. His election gives hope to the majority of the Honduran people, but he also opposes impoverishing neoliberalism, chronic violence and a political and economic oligarchy that controls the country.

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Honduras: 12 years later

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Twelve years ago (in 2009), Manuel Zelaya, former president of Honduras democratically elected in 2006, was ousted from the country’s first magistracy through a coup carried out by the military, the oligarchy and conservative sectors, nationals and foreigners. due, among other factors, to its social policies and its rapprochement with governments such as those of Cuba, Ecuador, Venezuela and Bolivia. Since then, the right wing has governed the country, applying the neoliberal economic model, with increasing corruption and with results that are in sight.

In 2019, according to the UN, the number of migrants from Honduras to the north of the American continent amounted to 800,707, representing 8.2 percent of its population. So far in fiscal year 2021, according to US Customs and Border Protection data, Honduran nationals accounted for almost half of the 701,049 Central Americans detained on the southwestern border of that country. Among the causes of this migratory phenomenon are poverty, violence, corruption and natural disasters.

From 2019 to 2020, unemployment rose from 5.7 to 10.9 percent and informal employment went from 60.7 to 70.7 percent, while by September 2021 around 3.3 million people faced food insecurity, not to mention that poverty in Honduras affects almost 70 percent of the population.

In 2020, according to World Bank projections, the proportion of those living in that year below the poverty line of 115.9 pesos a day (5.5 US dollars) would have increased to 55 percent, that is, more than 700,000 new people in a situation of poverty.

Likewise, the homicide rate in 2020 was 37.6 percent per 100,000 inhabitants.

In this context, on November 28, 2021, with a voter turnout of around 70 percent, Xiomara Castro, candidate of the Freedom and Refoundation Party (left-leaning) and who is married to former President Zelaya, managed to prevail in the first round of the presidential election, along with other political formations, to the official candidate Nasry Asfura, of the National Party.

It should be noted that the running mate of the president-elect is Salvador Nasralla, from the Salvador Party of Honduras (center-right). The now-elect vice president decided to join the then-candidate Castro a few weeks before the elections, so now both must coexist politically with all that this entails, including the eventual appearance of ideological differences.

Among the proposals of the elected Head of State and Government are the following: a popular consultation for the people to organize and elect the National Constituent Assembly to draft a new Constitution; sale of the presidential plane; decrease in the high salaries of civil servants; review and legal cancellation of electricity contracts granted by the State at overvalued prices, and universal income for families living in poverty.

The president-elect has proposed a re-founding of the country, and indicated that she will call on all sectors of society so that points of agreement can be used and form minimum bases for the new government.

For now, in order to know the composition of the Congress, Xiomara Castro will have to wait for the official results of the election that was held on November 28. And it is that the legislative body depends, for example, the vote in 2022 on both the attorney general (whose term ends in 2023) and the nine magistrates of the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation for the period 2023-2030.

Castro will assume the presidency of the country on January 27, 2022. His election gives hope to the majority of the Honduran people, but he also opposes impoverishing neoliberalism, chronic violence and a political and economic oligarchy that controls the country.

ricardomonreala@yahoo.com.mx

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Honduras: 12 years later

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1639034550) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "‘Earable’ computing: A new research area in the making" ["link"]=> string(76) "http://happynewbaby.com/earable-computing-a-new-research-area-in-the-making/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Dec 2021 06:18:12 +0000" ["category"]=> string(52) "Health And ScienceareacomputingEarablemakingResearch" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=9786" ["description"]=> string(693) "Journal References: Zhijian Yang, Yu-Lin Wei, Sheng Shen, Romit Roy Choudhury. Ear-AR. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2020 DOI: 10.1145/3372224.3419213 Jay Prakash, Zhijian Yang, Yu-Lin Wei, Haitham Hassanieh, Romit Roy Choudhury. EarSense. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4698) "

Journal References:

  1. Zhijian Yang, Yu-Lin Wei, Sheng Shen, Romit Roy Choudhury. Ear-AR. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2020 DOI: 10.1145/3372224.3419213
  2. Jay Prakash, Zhijian Yang, Yu-Lin Wei, Haitham Hassanieh, Romit Roy Choudhury. EarSense. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2020 DOI: 10.1145/3372224.3419197
  3. Sheng Shen, Daguan Chen, Yu-Lin Wei, Zhijian Yang, Romit Roy Choudhury. Voice localization using nearby wall reflections. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2020 DOI: 10.1145/3372224.3380884

“The leap from today’s earphones to ‘earables’ would mimic the transformation that we had seen from basic phones to smartphones,” said Romit Roy Choudhury, professor in electrical and computer engineering (ECE). “Today’s smartphones are hardly a calling device anymore, much like how tomorrow’s earables will hardly be a smartphone accessory.”

Instead, the group believes tomorrow’s earphones will continuously sense human behavior, run acoustic augmented reality, have Alexa and Siri whisper just-in-time information, track user motion and health, and offer seamless security, among many other capabilities.

The research questions that underlie earable computing draw from a wide range of fields, including sensing, signal processing, embedded systems, communications, and machine learning. The SyNRG team is on the forefront of developing new algorithms while also experimenting with them on real earphone platforms with live users.

Computer science PhD student Zhijian Yang and other members of the SyNRG group, including his fellow students Yu-Lin Wei and Liz Li, are leading the way. They have published a series of papers in this area, starting with one on the topic of hollow noise cancellation that was published at ACM SIGCOMM 2018. Recently, the group had three papers published at the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (ACM MobiCom) on three different aspects of earables research: facial motion sensing, acoustic augmented reality, and voice localization for earphones.

“If you want to find a store in a mall,” says Zhijian, “the earphone could estimate the relative location of the store and play a 3D voice that simply says ‘follow me.’ In your ears, the sound would appear to come from the direction in which you should walk, as if it’s a voice escort.”

The second paper, EarSense: Earphones as a Teeth Activity Sensor, looks at how earphones could sense facial and in-mouth activities such as teeth movements and taps, enabling a hands-free modality of communication to smartphones. Moreover, various medical conditions manifest in teeth chatter, and the proposed technology would make it possible to identify them by wearing earphones during the day. In the future, the team is planning to look into analyzing facial muscle movements and emotions with earphone sensors.

The third publication, Voice Localization Using Nearby Wall Reflections, investigates the use of algorithms to detect the direction of a sound. This means that if Alice and Bob are having a conversation, Bob’s earphones would be able to tune into the direction Alice’s voice is coming from.

“We’ve been working on mobile sensing and computing for 10 years,” said Wei. “We have a lot of experience to define this emerging landscape of earable computing.”

Haitham Hassanieh, assistant professor in ECE, is also involved in this research. The team has been funded by both NSF and NIH, as well as companies like Nokia and Google. 

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‘Earable’ computing: A new research area in the making

" } ["summary"]=> string(693) "Journal References: Zhijian Yang, Yu-Lin Wei, Sheng Shen, Romit Roy Choudhury. Ear-AR. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2020 DOI: 10.1145/3372224.3419213 Jay Prakash, Zhijian Yang, Yu-Lin Wei, Haitham Hassanieh, Romit Roy Choudhury. EarSense. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4698) "

Journal References:

  1. Zhijian Yang, Yu-Lin Wei, Sheng Shen, Romit Roy Choudhury. Ear-AR. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2020 DOI: 10.1145/3372224.3419213
  2. Jay Prakash, Zhijian Yang, Yu-Lin Wei, Haitham Hassanieh, Romit Roy Choudhury. EarSense. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2020 DOI: 10.1145/3372224.3419197
  3. Sheng Shen, Daguan Chen, Yu-Lin Wei, Zhijian Yang, Romit Roy Choudhury. Voice localization using nearby wall reflections. MobiCom ’20: Proceedings of the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking, 2020 DOI: 10.1145/3372224.3380884

“The leap from today’s earphones to ‘earables’ would mimic the transformation that we had seen from basic phones to smartphones,” said Romit Roy Choudhury, professor in electrical and computer engineering (ECE). “Today’s smartphones are hardly a calling device anymore, much like how tomorrow’s earables will hardly be a smartphone accessory.”

Instead, the group believes tomorrow’s earphones will continuously sense human behavior, run acoustic augmented reality, have Alexa and Siri whisper just-in-time information, track user motion and health, and offer seamless security, among many other capabilities.

The research questions that underlie earable computing draw from a wide range of fields, including sensing, signal processing, embedded systems, communications, and machine learning. The SyNRG team is on the forefront of developing new algorithms while also experimenting with them on real earphone platforms with live users.

Computer science PhD student Zhijian Yang and other members of the SyNRG group, including his fellow students Yu-Lin Wei and Liz Li, are leading the way. They have published a series of papers in this area, starting with one on the topic of hollow noise cancellation that was published at ACM SIGCOMM 2018. Recently, the group had three papers published at the 26th Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (ACM MobiCom) on three different aspects of earables research: facial motion sensing, acoustic augmented reality, and voice localization for earphones.

“If you want to find a store in a mall,” says Zhijian, “the earphone could estimate the relative location of the store and play a 3D voice that simply says ‘follow me.’ In your ears, the sound would appear to come from the direction in which you should walk, as if it’s a voice escort.”

The second paper, EarSense: Earphones as a Teeth Activity Sensor, looks at how earphones could sense facial and in-mouth activities such as teeth movements and taps, enabling a hands-free modality of communication to smartphones. Moreover, various medical conditions manifest in teeth chatter, and the proposed technology would make it possible to identify them by wearing earphones during the day. In the future, the team is planning to look into analyzing facial muscle movements and emotions with earphone sensors.

The third publication, Voice Localization Using Nearby Wall Reflections, investigates the use of algorithms to detect the direction of a sound. This means that if Alice and Bob are having a conversation, Bob’s earphones would be able to tune into the direction Alice’s voice is coming from.

“We’ve been working on mobile sensing and computing for 10 years,” said Wei. “We have a lot of experience to define this emerging landscape of earable computing.”

Haitham Hassanieh, assistant professor in ECE, is also involved in this research. The team has been funded by both NSF and NIH, as well as companies like Nokia and Google. 

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‘Earable’ computing: A new research area in the making

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1639030692) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(76) "Anxiety drugs and antidepressants trigger post-surgery delirium, study finds" ["link"]=> string(100) "http://happynewbaby.com/anxiety-drugs-and-antidepressants-trigger-post-surgery-delirium-study-finds/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Thu, 09 Dec 2021 05:00:23 +0000" ["category"]=> string(81) "Health And ScienceantidepressantsAnxietydeliriumdrugsfindspostsurgerystudytrigger" ["guid"]=> string(32) "https://happynewbaby.com/?p=9781" ["description"]=> string(724) "Journal Reference: Gizat M. Kassie, Elizabeth E. Roughead, Tuan A. Nguyen, Nicole L. Pratt, Lisa M. Kalisch Ellett. The Risk of Preoperative Central Nervous System-Acting Medications on Delirium Following Hip or Knee Surgery: A Matched Case-Control Study. Drug Safety, 2021; DOI: 10.1007/s40264-021-01136-1 The finding has prompted calls by University of South Australia (UniSA) researchers for ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3496) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Gizat M. Kassie, Elizabeth E. Roughead, Tuan A. Nguyen, Nicole L. Pratt, Lisa M. Kalisch Ellett. The Risk of Preoperative Central Nervous System-Acting Medications on Delirium Following Hip or Knee Surgery: A Matched Case-Control Study. Drug Safety, 2021; DOI: 10.1007/s40264-021-01136-1

The finding has prompted calls by University of South Australia (UniSA) researchers for older patients to temporarily cease these medications or change to safer alternatives prior to surgery.

In a study published in the international journal Drug Safety, UniSA scientists scanned data from 10,456 patients aged 65 years and older who had undergone knee or hip surgery in the past 20 years. A quarter of them (2614 people) had experienced delirium after surgery.

Apart from nitrazepam and antidepressants, five other benzodiazepine medications — commonly prescribed for anxiety, seizures and insomnia — were associated with delirium, although not to the same extent. They included sertraline, mirtazapine, venlafaxine, citalopram and fluvoxamine.

Lead researcher Dr Gizat Kassie says there was no link between pain-relieving opioids and delirium.

“Our findings show that different classes of medicine are riskier than others when it comes to causing delirium after surgery, and the older the patients are, the greater the risk,” he says.

Smoking, alcohol use, multiple health conditions, polypharmacy (taking five or more medications), psychoactive drugs and impaired cognition also put people at risk.

“Many of these factors can’t be altered but we can do something about medications,” Dr Kassie says.

Delirium affects up to 55 per cent of older patients undergoing hip surgery and is associated with an increased risk of death, prolonged hospital stays and cognitive decline.

An earlier study found that older people who developed delirium following hip surgery had a 10 per cent higher death rate within one year compared to patients who were not affected.

The UniSA study is the first to investigate the link between specific medications and dementia after surgery. Previous studies have been broader in scope, considering a range of factors predisposing older patients to delirium.

The researchers hope that evidence-based recommendations can be implemented into clinical practice so that delirium risk by medicine type can be determined.

“In people undergoing elective procedures it should be practical to taper specific medications well in advance. It’s important that people are weaned off these riskier drugs well before surgery because abrupt withdrawal can have even worse consequences,” Dr Kassie says.

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Anxiety drugs and antidepressants trigger post-surgery delirium, study finds

" } ["summary"]=> string(724) "Journal Reference: Gizat M. Kassie, Elizabeth E. Roughead, Tuan A. Nguyen, Nicole L. Pratt, Lisa M. Kalisch Ellett. The Risk of Preoperative Central Nervous System-Acting Medications on Delirium Following Hip or Knee Surgery: A Matched Case-Control Study. Drug Safety, 2021; DOI: 10.1007/s40264-021-01136-1 The finding has prompted calls by University of South Australia (UniSA) researchers for ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3496) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Gizat M. Kassie, Elizabeth E. Roughead, Tuan A. Nguyen, Nicole L. Pratt, Lisa M. Kalisch Ellett. The Risk of Preoperative Central Nervous System-Acting Medications on Delirium Following Hip or Knee Surgery: A Matched Case-Control Study. Drug Safety, 2021; DOI: 10.1007/s40264-021-01136-1

The finding has prompted calls by University of South Australia (UniSA) researchers for older patients to temporarily cease these medications or change to safer alternatives prior to surgery.

In a study published in the international journal Drug Safety, UniSA scientists scanned data from 10,456 patients aged 65 years and older who had undergone knee or hip surgery in the past 20 years. A quarter of them (2614 people) had experienced delirium after surgery.

Apart from nitrazepam and antidepressants, five other benzodiazepine medications — commonly prescribed for anxiety, seizures and insomnia — were associated with delirium, although not to the same extent. They included sertraline, mirtazapine, venlafaxine, citalopram and fluvoxamine.

Lead researcher Dr Gizat Kassie says there was no link between pain-relieving opioids and delirium.

“Our findings show that different classes of medicine are riskier than others when it comes to causing delirium after surgery, and the older the patients are, the greater the risk,” he says.

Smoking, alcohol use, multiple health conditions, polypharmacy (taking five or more medications), psychoactive drugs and impaired cognition also put people at risk.

“Many of these factors can’t be altered but we can do something about medications,” Dr Kassie says.

Delirium affects up to 55 per cent of older patients undergoing hip surgery and is associated with an increased risk of death, prolonged hospital stays and cognitive decline.

An earlier study found that older people who developed delirium following hip surgery had a 10 per cent higher death rate within one year compared to patients who were not affected.

The UniSA study is the first to investigate the link between specific medications and dementia after surgery. Previous studies have been broader in scope, considering a range of factors predisposing older patients to delirium.

The researchers hope that evidence-based recommendations can be implemented into clinical practice so that delirium risk by medicine type can be determined.

“In people undergoing elective procedures it should be practical to taper specific medications well in advance. It’s important that people are weaned off these riskier drugs well before surgery because abrupt withdrawal can have even worse consequences,” Dr Kassie says.

We would love to say thanks to the writer of this short article for this incredible content

Anxiety drugs and antidepressants trigger post-surgery delirium, study finds

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