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Global HIV viral suppression rates too low among children and adolescents
Jaws of defeat: Anglers? emotions toward shark depredation is key to conservation
?t?pánka was thrilled by veteran tennis in the magical Royal Albert Hall ? Sport.cz
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BTS returns to SoFi Stadium for day three of their Permission to dance on stage concerts. At a sold-out show, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook will delight their fans in Los Angeles with an average of 25 songs. ARMY abroad will also follow the news online thanks to social networks.

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Concert BTS, Permission to dance on stage day 3: schedules and how to see the show in Los Angeles

) [summary] => BTS returns to SoFi Stadium for day three of their Permission to dance on stage concerts. At a sold-out show, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook will delight their fans in Los Angeles with an average of 25 songs. ARMY abroad will also follow the news online thanks to social networks. YOU CAN ... Read more [atom_content] =>

BTS returns to SoFi Stadium for day three of their Permission to dance on stage concerts. At a sold-out show, RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V, and Jungkook will delight their fans in Los Angeles with an average of 25 songs. ARMY abroad will also follow the news online thanks to social networks.

We wish to give thanks to the writer of this article for this remarkable material

Concert BTS, Permission to dance on stage day 3: schedules and how to see the show in Los Angeles

[date_timestamp] => 1638331725 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Global HIV viral suppression rates too low among children and adolescents [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/healthandscience/global-hiv-viral-suppression-rates-too-low-among-children-and-adolescents/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 04:01:27 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceadolescentschildrenglobalHIVratessuppressionviral [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7569 [description] => Journal Reference: Win Min Han, Matthew G Law, Matthias Egger, Kara Wools-Kaloustian, Richard Moore, Catherine McGowan, Nagalingesawaran Kumarasamy, Sophie Desmonde, Andrew Edmonds, Mary-Ann Davies, Constantin Yiannoutsos, Keri N Althoff, Claudia P Cortes, Thahira Jamal Mohamed, Antoine Jaquet, Kathryn Anastos, Jonathan Euvrard, Barbara Castelnuovo, Kate Salters, Lara Esteves Coelho, Didier K Ekouevi, Brian Eley, Lameck Diero, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

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  1. Win Min Han, Matthew G Law, Matthias Egger, Kara Wools-Kaloustian, Richard Moore, Catherine McGowan, Nagalingesawaran Kumarasamy, Sophie Desmonde, Andrew Edmonds, Mary-Ann Davies, Constantin Yiannoutsos, Keri N Althoff, Claudia P Cortes, Thahira Jamal Mohamed, Antoine Jaquet, Kathryn Anastos, Jonathan Euvrard, Barbara Castelnuovo, Kate Salters, Lara Esteves Coelho, Didier K Ekouevi, Brian Eley, Lameck Diero, Elizabeth Zaniewski, Nathan Ford, Annette H Sohn, Azar Kariminia. Global estimates of viral suppression in children and adolescents and adults on antiretroviral therapy adjusted for missing viral load measurements: a multiregional, retrospective cohort study in 31 countries. The Lancet HIV, 2021; 8 (12): e766 DOI: 10.1016/S2352-3018(21)00265-4

Viral suppression for HIV means that treatments are working effectively to protect health and prevent the transmission of HIV to others. UNAIDS has set a target of achieving 95% viral suppression among all people living with HIV on treatment by 2030.

?We estimate viral suppression one, two and three years after people start taking antiviral treatment, so that we can understand how well the treatments are working overtime,? said Professor Matthew Law from the Kirby Institute. ?The data among adults on treatment in our studies show that after accounting for people being lost to care, viral suppression was achieved in an estimated 79% of adults at 1 year, and 65% at 3 years. However, viral suppression is poorer among children at an estimated 64% at 1 year and 59% at 3 years.?

Dr Azar Kariminia from the Kirby Institute, who is senior author on the study, says children and adolescents face unique barriers to achieving viral suppression. ?It can be challenging for them to take treatment regularly, and children rely on caregivers who are often having to manage their own medical needs. There are also a range of factors that stem from stigma and discrimination, including a fear of disclosing the child?s HIV status.?

This study is part of a major research collaboration called IeDEA, the International epidemiology Databases to Evaluate AIDS, which draws together HIV epidemiological data and expertise across seven regions: North America; the Caribbean and Central and South America; Central, East, Southern and Western Africa; and the Asia-Pacific. The Kirby Institute co-leads IeDEA Asia-Pacific with the Foundation for AIDS Research?s (amfAR) TREAT Asia program. IeDEA is funded by the United States National Institutes of Health.

For this study, the researchers analysed data from 21,594 children/adolescents and 255,662 adults from 148 sites in 31 countries, who initiated treatment between 2010 and 2019.

Dr Annette Sohn, from amfAR?s TREAT Asia program, is Co Principal Investigator for IeDEA Asia-Pacific (along with Professor Matthew Law from the Kirby Institute). She says that ?while there has been substantial progress in the global response to HIV, the needs of children and adolescents often fall behind those of adults. Our efforts must extend beyond ensuring access to paediatric medicines to address the social and developmental challenges they face in growing up with HIV if we are to achieve the WHO targets by 2030.?

The need for global scale up of viral load testing

Viral load testing is essential to find out whether HIV treatments are working effectively. It is recommended by WHO at six and 12 months following the initiation of treatment, and then every 12 months thereafter.

While viral load testing is common in high-income countries, scaling up accessible viral load testing in resource-limited settings remains a challenge.

Funded through the Australian Government?s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade?s Centre for Health Security, the Kirby Institute and the Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research (PNGIMR) are partnering with the PNG government and a consortium of partners are implementing a program called ?ACT-UP PNG? which will scale up HIV viral load testing in two provinces where HIV rates are very high.

?Our work is ensuring that infants and children are afforded the same access to testing and treatment as other people with HIV,? says Dr Janet Gare from the PNGIMR and a Co-Principal Investigator on ACTUP-PNG.

Rather than providing viral load testing in faraway laboratories, ACT-UP PNG provides same-day molecular point-of-care testing and return of results in HIV clinics.

?This brings HIV viral load testing closer to patients, which currently includes children aged 10 and older, and adolescents,? says Dr Gare. ?However, we are also pioneering the implementation of a diagnostic platform that will allow the same access to timely HIV viral load testing and results for infants 6-8 weeks of age, and children up to 9 years, who are currently unable to be included in point-of-care methods.

Scientia Associate Professor Angela Kelly-Hanku, who holds joint appointments with the Kirby Institute and PNGIMR, says that leveraging these technologies will make it easier to test for viral suppression in infants and children.

?We cannot end AIDS without addressing the inequalities that exist between paediatric and adult HIV programs. Projects like ACT-UP make a real difference and bring us closer to achieving the UNAIDS targets.?

We would like to thank the writer of this short article for this outstanding material

Global HIV viral suppression rates too low among children and adolescents

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Win Min Han, Matthew G Law, Matthias Egger, Kara Wools-Kaloustian, Richard Moore, Catherine McGowan, Nagalingesawaran Kumarasamy, Sophie Desmonde, Andrew Edmonds, Mary-Ann Davies, Constantin Yiannoutsos, Keri N Althoff, Claudia P Cortes, Thahira Jamal Mohamed, Antoine Jaquet, Kathryn Anastos, Jonathan Euvrard, Barbara Castelnuovo, Kate Salters, Lara Esteves Coelho, Didier K Ekouevi, Brian Eley, Lameck Diero, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Win Min Han, Matthew G Law, Matthias Egger, Kara Wools-Kaloustian, Richard Moore, Catherine McGowan, Nagalingesawaran Kumarasamy, Sophie Desmonde, Andrew Edmonds, Mary-Ann Davies, Constantin Yiannoutsos, Keri N Althoff, Claudia P Cortes, Thahira Jamal Mohamed, Antoine Jaquet, Kathryn Anastos, Jonathan Euvrard, Barbara Castelnuovo, Kate Salters, Lara Esteves Coelho, Didier K Ekouevi, Brian Eley, Lameck Diero, Elizabeth Zaniewski, Nathan Ford, Annette H Sohn, Azar Kariminia. Global estimates of viral suppression in children and adolescents and adults on antiretroviral therapy adjusted for missing viral load measurements: a multiregional, retrospective cohort study in 31 countries. The Lancet HIV, 2021; 8 (12): e766 DOI: 10.1016/S2352-3018(21)00265-4

Viral suppression for HIV means that treatments are working effectively to protect health and prevent the transmission of HIV to others. UNAIDS has set a target of achieving 95% viral suppression among all people living with HIV on treatment by 2030.

?We estimate viral suppression one, two and three years after people start taking antiviral treatment, so that we can understand how well the treatments are working overtime,? said Professor Matthew Law from the Kirby Institute. ?The data among adults on treatment in our studies show that after accounting for people being lost to care, viral suppression was achieved in an estimated 79% of adults at 1 year, and 65% at 3 years. However, viral suppression is poorer among children at an estimated 64% at 1 year and 59% at 3 years.?

Dr Azar Kariminia from the Kirby Institute, who is senior author on the study, says children and adolescents face unique barriers to achieving viral suppression. ?It can be challenging for them to take treatment regularly, and children rely on caregivers who are often having to manage their own medical needs. There are also a range of factors that stem from stigma and discrimination, including a fear of disclosing the child?s HIV status.?

This study is part of a major research collaboration called IeDEA, the International epidemiology Databases to Evaluate AIDS, which draws together HIV epidemiological data and expertise across seven regions: North America; the Caribbean and Central and South America; Central, East, Southern and Western Africa; and the Asia-Pacific. The Kirby Institute co-leads IeDEA Asia-Pacific with the Foundation for AIDS Research?s (amfAR) TREAT Asia program. IeDEA is funded by the United States National Institutes of Health.

For this study, the researchers analysed data from 21,594 children/adolescents and 255,662 adults from 148 sites in 31 countries, who initiated treatment between 2010 and 2019.

Dr Annette Sohn, from amfAR?s TREAT Asia program, is Co Principal Investigator for IeDEA Asia-Pacific (along with Professor Matthew Law from the Kirby Institute). She says that ?while there has been substantial progress in the global response to HIV, the needs of children and adolescents often fall behind those of adults. Our efforts must extend beyond ensuring access to paediatric medicines to address the social and developmental challenges they face in growing up with HIV if we are to achieve the WHO targets by 2030.?

The need for global scale up of viral load testing

Viral load testing is essential to find out whether HIV treatments are working effectively. It is recommended by WHO at six and 12 months following the initiation of treatment, and then every 12 months thereafter.

While viral load testing is common in high-income countries, scaling up accessible viral load testing in resource-limited settings remains a challenge.

Funded through the Australian Government?s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade?s Centre for Health Security, the Kirby Institute and the Papua New Guinea Institute of Medical Research (PNGIMR) are partnering with the PNG government and a consortium of partners are implementing a program called ?ACT-UP PNG? which will scale up HIV viral load testing in two provinces where HIV rates are very high.

?Our work is ensuring that infants and children are afforded the same access to testing and treatment as other people with HIV,? says Dr Janet Gare from the PNGIMR and a Co-Principal Investigator on ACTUP-PNG.

Rather than providing viral load testing in faraway laboratories, ACT-UP PNG provides same-day molecular point-of-care testing and return of results in HIV clinics.

?This brings HIV viral load testing closer to patients, which currently includes children aged 10 and older, and adolescents,? says Dr Gare. ?However, we are also pioneering the implementation of a diagnostic platform that will allow the same access to timely HIV viral load testing and results for infants 6-8 weeks of age, and children up to 9 years, who are currently unable to be included in point-of-care methods.

Scientia Associate Professor Angela Kelly-Hanku, who holds joint appointments with the Kirby Institute and PNGIMR, says that leveraging these technologies will make it easier to test for viral suppression in infants and children.

?We cannot end AIDS without addressing the inequalities that exist between paediatric and adult HIV programs. Projects like ACT-UP make a real difference and bring us closer to achieving the UNAIDS targets.?

We would like to thank the writer of this short article for this outstanding material

Global HIV viral suppression rates too low among children and adolescents

[date_timestamp] => 1638331287 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Jaws of defeat: Anglers? emotions toward shark depredation is key to conservation [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/healthandscience/jaws-of-defeat-anglers-emotions-toward-shark-depredation-is-key-to-conservation/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 02:44:33 +0000 [category] => Health And ScienceAnglersconservationdefeatdepredationemotionsjawskeyshark [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7564 [description] => Journal Reference: Grace A. Casselberry, Ezra M. Markowitz, Kelly Alves, Joseph Dello Russo, Gregory B. Skomal, Andy J. Danylchuk. When fishing bites: Understanding angler responses to shark depredation. Fisheries Research, 2022; 246: 106174 DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2021.106174 Imagine hooking the big one, a trophy fish, only to have it eaten by another marine creature before you can ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Grace A. Casselberry, Ezra M. Markowitz, Kelly Alves, Joseph Dello Russo, Gregory B. Skomal, Andy J. Danylchuk. When fishing bites: Understanding angler responses to shark depredation. Fisheries Research, 2022; 246: 106174 DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2021.106174

Imagine hooking the big one, a trophy fish, only to have it eaten by another marine creature before you can reel it in. When this happens, it?s called depredation. Though there are many animals that engage in depredation, recent attention has focused on sharks in part because decades? long shark conservation efforts have seen some populations rebound, but also because saltwater angling is increasingly popular. Simply put, with more sharks in the water and more people reeling in fish, there is a greater chance for conflict.

?We know that sharks are very susceptible to overfishing,? says Grace Casselberry, lead author of the study and a graduate student in environmental conservation at UMass Amherst. ?If depredation is helping to drive the perception that sharks are a threat, then we run the risk of stressing shark populations through retaliatory actions that include overharvesting. This study reflects what anglers are concerned about, and where we as researchers and managers need to start thinking to address this conservation issue, for both the sharks and the fish being depredated.?

Over the course of six months, Casselberry and her team distributed a detailed survey to recreational saltwater anglers and guides in North America and received over 541respondents. The survey asked a number of questions, including which species of fish had been depredated, how the experience of depredation affected the angler or guide and whether or not the experience changed the angler or guide?s subsequent fishing behavior. ?No one has really checked in with the anglers and guides themselves,? says Casselberry. ?This is unfortunate, because you can get really valuable information from fishing guides since they are out on the water every day.?

The team found that depredation is a frequent occurrence ? over 77% of respondents noted that they had had a fish taken by a shark at least once in the last five years. Of that group, well over half had seen more than 20 depredation events in the same time period, and 72% had actually seen the shark take their catch. ?It is imperative that we understand the rates of depredation, the species of fish and sharks involved, and how these events drive the reactions of participants that fuel overarching conservation concerns,? says Andy Danylchuk, professor of environmental conservation at UMass Amherst and a co-author of the study.

They also discovered a wide difference in the emotional and behavioral responses of anglers and guides. While the anglers were more likely than the guides to feel a sense of awe or even excitement when witnessing shark depredation, guides, who tended to experience depredation more frequently, were far more likely to feel anger, distress and sadness. Perhaps even more importantly, the surveyed guides were overwhelmingly more likely to respond to depredation by harvesting sharks in the hopes of reducing their numbers, and so protecting the fish stocks they target.

Though the solution to protecting both sharks and the experiences, and livelihoods, of the recreational fishing community isn?t straightforward, Casselberry notes that any answer has to take the human dimension into consideration: ?The management community needs to work proactively with anglers and guides to help them appreciate why we need sharks in our coastal waters, and to work with them to design management strategies that address their concerns.?

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing content

Jaws of defeat: Anglers? emotions toward shark depredation is key to conservation

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Grace A. Casselberry, Ezra M. Markowitz, Kelly Alves, Joseph Dello Russo, Gregory B. Skomal, Andy J. Danylchuk. When fishing bites: Understanding angler responses to shark depredation. Fisheries Research, 2022; 246: 106174 DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2021.106174 Imagine hooking the big one, a trophy fish, only to have it eaten by another marine creature before you can ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Grace A. Casselberry, Ezra M. Markowitz, Kelly Alves, Joseph Dello Russo, Gregory B. Skomal, Andy J. Danylchuk. When fishing bites: Understanding angler responses to shark depredation. Fisheries Research, 2022; 246: 106174 DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2021.106174

Imagine hooking the big one, a trophy fish, only to have it eaten by another marine creature before you can reel it in. When this happens, it?s called depredation. Though there are many animals that engage in depredation, recent attention has focused on sharks in part because decades? long shark conservation efforts have seen some populations rebound, but also because saltwater angling is increasingly popular. Simply put, with more sharks in the water and more people reeling in fish, there is a greater chance for conflict.

?We know that sharks are very susceptible to overfishing,? says Grace Casselberry, lead author of the study and a graduate student in environmental conservation at UMass Amherst. ?If depredation is helping to drive the perception that sharks are a threat, then we run the risk of stressing shark populations through retaliatory actions that include overharvesting. This study reflects what anglers are concerned about, and where we as researchers and managers need to start thinking to address this conservation issue, for both the sharks and the fish being depredated.?

Over the course of six months, Casselberry and her team distributed a detailed survey to recreational saltwater anglers and guides in North America and received over 541respondents. The survey asked a number of questions, including which species of fish had been depredated, how the experience of depredation affected the angler or guide and whether or not the experience changed the angler or guide?s subsequent fishing behavior. ?No one has really checked in with the anglers and guides themselves,? says Casselberry. ?This is unfortunate, because you can get really valuable information from fishing guides since they are out on the water every day.?

The team found that depredation is a frequent occurrence ? over 77% of respondents noted that they had had a fish taken by a shark at least once in the last five years. Of that group, well over half had seen more than 20 depredation events in the same time period, and 72% had actually seen the shark take their catch. ?It is imperative that we understand the rates of depredation, the species of fish and sharks involved, and how these events drive the reactions of participants that fuel overarching conservation concerns,? says Andy Danylchuk, professor of environmental conservation at UMass Amherst and a co-author of the study.

They also discovered a wide difference in the emotional and behavioral responses of anglers and guides. While the anglers were more likely than the guides to feel a sense of awe or even excitement when witnessing shark depredation, guides, who tended to experience depredation more frequently, were far more likely to feel anger, distress and sadness. Perhaps even more importantly, the surveyed guides were overwhelmingly more likely to respond to depredation by harvesting sharks in the hopes of reducing their numbers, and so protecting the fish stocks they target.

Though the solution to protecting both sharks and the experiences, and livelihoods, of the recreational fishing community isn?t straightforward, Casselberry notes that any answer has to take the human dimension into consideration: ?The management community needs to work proactively with anglers and guides to help them appreciate why we need sharks in our coastal waters, and to work with them to design management strategies that address their concerns.?

We would like to give thanks to the writer of this post for this amazing content

Jaws of defeat: Anglers? emotions toward shark depredation is key to conservation

[date_timestamp] => 1638326673 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => ?t?pánka was thrilled by veteran tennis in the magical Royal Albert Hall ? Sport.cz [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/sport/stepanka-was-thrilled-by-veteran-tennis-in-the-magical-royal-albert-hall-sport-cz/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Ann Moon ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 02:18:53 +0000 [category] => SportAlbertHallmagicalRoyalSportcz?t?pánkaTennisthrilledveteran [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7558 [description] => “It was absolutely fantastic. Since I finished, I have felt the passion of tennis again,” the former eighth player in the world, who left world tennis four years ago, told ?TK. “It was a lot of fun, people drawn into the action and having fun with tennis, that’s my DNA,” he said enthusiastically. As soon ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

“It was absolutely fantastic. Since I finished, I have felt the passion of tennis again,” the former eighth player in the world, who left world tennis four years ago, told ?TK. “It was a lot of fun, people drawn into the action and having fun with tennis, that’s my DNA,” he said enthusiastically.

As soon as he arrived at the famous Royal Albert Hall, his heart pounded. He saw on the walls who performed here. “Like Muhammad Ali,” he mentioned the famous boxer. “The hall is magical. When it was still empty, I felt like the hall was talking about itself. The atmosphere was wonderful, the spectators in the lodges. It wasn’t a bad ticket and we still had contact with the audience.”

He played Wimbledon fourteen times during his career, but did not make it to the famous hall as a spectator. “I was there for the first time in my life and at the same time it was the last year. It’s supposed to move to another place in London. That’s why I appreciated that I could experience it first hand,” said ?t?pánek. The strong experience was enhanced by the fact that the audience recorded a “Happy Birthday” for his 43rd birthday on Saturday.

He was honestly preparing for four days of tennis. And the result? He won a doubles pair with German Tommy Haas and all four singles. He defeated the Spaniard Nicolas Almagro twice, once the Belgian Xavier Maliss and the Sunday in the decisive duel of Chilan Fernando Gonzalez.

“I say that the result is always in the first place, but no, it was different here,” said ?t?pánek. “I was glad we all saw each other after such a long time. It occurs to me that Haas plays as if he’s not finished. David Ferrer has traditionally been in incredible condition and Berda (Tomá? Berdych) is also fit. It also had a fairly high level of tennis, so it wasn’t just about jokes. “

In the match with Maliss, ?t?pánek played a long exchange in the first set in the fight for the set. “Maybe fifty punches. Then we both ended up on the ground, lying as we were boiled and calling 911,” he joked. “I wonder how I’m going to get out of this.”

In the final, he won the title match with González, with whom Tomá? Berdych was on the team. “I went to the court and Ber?a says: We probably won’t win if you like the decisive (matches) so much,” said ?t?pánek, the author of the victory points from the final matches of the Davis Cup in 2012 and 2013. He outperformed Gonzalez playfully. “He gained quite a lot, so I had a big advantage,” said ?t?pánek.

Veterans’ matches, like the recent Under-21 Championships, have been played in sets of four winning games. “You make one mistake and the set is a wonder in fifteen minutes. I don’t think that’s the future of real tennis,” says ?t?pánek. “It’s a lottery and it doesn’t show how physically prepared one is, how they can handle mental fluctuations in a long match. Gladiators leave it.”

?t?pánek is not going to return to tennis. “Australia is calling, that’s true, but I’m not raising,” he laughed. However, he will not resist any offers for veteran events. “I’m picking up there. If I get an invitation, I’ll be happy to come, because this was really fun.”

During his stay in London, he also got into football. Former goalkeeper Petr ?ech, currently an advisor to the sports and technical department of Chelsea, took him to a match with Manchester United. “?echín invited me to the director’s lodge for lunch, there was also the drummer of the group Roger Taylor and the head of Chelsea. Then I looked at the half and went to the tennis hall,” ?t?pánek said.

We wish to give thanks to the author of this short article for this awesome web content

?t?pánka was thrilled by veteran tennis in the magical Royal Albert Hall – Sport.cz

) [summary] => “It was absolutely fantastic. Since I finished, I have felt the passion of tennis again,” the former eighth player in the world, who left world tennis four years ago, told ?TK. “It was a lot of fun, people drawn into the action and having fun with tennis, that’s my DNA,” he said enthusiastically. As soon ... Read more [atom_content] =>

“It was absolutely fantastic. Since I finished, I have felt the passion of tennis again,” the former eighth player in the world, who left world tennis four years ago, told ?TK. “It was a lot of fun, people drawn into the action and having fun with tennis, that’s my DNA,” he said enthusiastically.

As soon as he arrived at the famous Royal Albert Hall, his heart pounded. He saw on the walls who performed here. “Like Muhammad Ali,” he mentioned the famous boxer. “The hall is magical. When it was still empty, I felt like the hall was talking about itself. The atmosphere was wonderful, the spectators in the lodges. It wasn’t a bad ticket and we still had contact with the audience.”

He played Wimbledon fourteen times during his career, but did not make it to the famous hall as a spectator. “I was there for the first time in my life and at the same time it was the last year. It’s supposed to move to another place in London. That’s why I appreciated that I could experience it first hand,” said ?t?pánek. The strong experience was enhanced by the fact that the audience recorded a “Happy Birthday” for his 43rd birthday on Saturday.

He was honestly preparing for four days of tennis. And the result? He won a doubles pair with German Tommy Haas and all four singles. He defeated the Spaniard Nicolas Almagro twice, once the Belgian Xavier Maliss and the Sunday in the decisive duel of Chilan Fernando Gonzalez.

“I say that the result is always in the first place, but no, it was different here,” said ?t?pánek. “I was glad we all saw each other after such a long time. It occurs to me that Haas plays as if he’s not finished. David Ferrer has traditionally been in incredible condition and Berda (Tomá? Berdych) is also fit. It also had a fairly high level of tennis, so it wasn’t just about jokes. “

In the match with Maliss, ?t?pánek played a long exchange in the first set in the fight for the set. “Maybe fifty punches. Then we both ended up on the ground, lying as we were boiled and calling 911,” he joked. “I wonder how I’m going to get out of this.”

In the final, he won the title match with González, with whom Tomá? Berdych was on the team. “I went to the court and Ber?a says: We probably won’t win if you like the decisive (matches) so much,” said ?t?pánek, the author of the victory points from the final matches of the Davis Cup in 2012 and 2013. He outperformed Gonzalez playfully. “He gained quite a lot, so I had a big advantage,” said ?t?pánek.

Veterans’ matches, like the recent Under-21 Championships, have been played in sets of four winning games. “You make one mistake and the set is a wonder in fifteen minutes. I don’t think that’s the future of real tennis,” says ?t?pánek. “It’s a lottery and it doesn’t show how physically prepared one is, how they can handle mental fluctuations in a long match. Gladiators leave it.”

?t?pánek is not going to return to tennis. “Australia is calling, that’s true, but I’m not raising,” he laughed. However, he will not resist any offers for veteran events. “I’m picking up there. If I get an invitation, I’ll be happy to come, because this was really fun.”

During his stay in London, he also got into football. Former goalkeeper Petr ?ech, currently an advisor to the sports and technical department of Chelsea, took him to a match with Manchester United. “?echín invited me to the director’s lodge for lunch, there was also the drummer of the group Roger Taylor and the head of Chelsea. Then I looked at the half and went to the tennis hall,” ?t?pánek said.

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?t?pánka was thrilled by veteran tennis in the magical Royal Albert Hall – Sport.cz

[date_timestamp] => 1638325133 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Lawn Tennis swimmers at the Sunchales ?Bicho Verde? Tournament ? Esperanza day by day [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/popular-sports/lawn-tennis-swimmers-at-the-sunchales-bicho-verde-tournament-esperanza-day-by-day/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tom Pauler ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 02:11:00 +0000 [category] => Popular SportsBichodayEsperanzaLawnSunchalesswimmersTennistournamentVerde [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7552 [description] => A new and outstanding performance was given to the group of swimmers from the Lawn Tennis Club Esperancino, last weekend, in Sunchales. The ?Bicho Verde 2021? Tournament, of the Club Atlético Unión de Sunchales, was held on Saturday November 27, on a hot day. This was the first open pool contest, organized and supervised by ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>
A new and outstanding performance was given to the group of swimmers from the Lawn Tennis Club Esperancino, last weekend, in Sunchales.

The ?Bicho Verde 2021? Tournament, of the Club Atlético Unión de Sunchales, was held on Saturday November 27, on a hot day. This was the first open pool contest, organized and supervised by the Santa Fe Swimming Federation, under strict protocol.

The Lawn Tennis Club Esperancino team participated with a total of 15 swimmers. This time there were more than 200 registered, participating from a total of 16 sports institutions, from a large region.

The local swimmers obtained 17 podiums and excellent results. Many have been able to improve their personal times, and others have again reached qualifying marks for National Championships to be held in 2022. Especially in the field of “federated” several wins were achieved, reaching the sum of five victories.

Those were the results for all the swimmers:

Federated: Minors: Marinelli Annabella: 100 Back: 2nd Place, time: 1’21”09 and

200 Free: 2nd Place, time: 2’33”02.

Cadets: Wohr Irina: 200 Mariposa: 1st Place, time: 2’47”85 and 200 Free: 1st Place, time: 2’22”43.

Merin Emilio: 100 Chest: 1st Place, time: 1’15”28 and 200 Butterfly: 1st Place, time: 2’26”57.

Juveniles: Christen Julia: 100 Chest: 1st Place, time: 1’15”54 and 200 Free: 4th Place, time: 2’21”14.

Mehring Lisandro: 100 Back: 2nd Place, time: 1’07”32 and 200 Free: 4th Place, time: 2’12”16.

Swimming results Promotional: Minors:

Bongiovanni Ema: 100 Chest: 3rd Place, time: 1’39”03; 100 Combined: 8th Place, time: 1’28”06; 100 Free: 13th Place, time: 1’18”91 and 50 Butterfly: 7th Place, time: 42”05.

Colombo Catalina: 100 Chest: 4th Place, time: 1’39”09; 100 Combined: 6th Place, time: 1’26”97 and 100 Free: 9th Place, time: 1’16”39.

Dumas Bazan Martina: 100 Chest: 11th Place, time: 1’46”19; 100 Combined: 13th Place, time: 1’32”67 and 100 Free: 6th Place, time: 1’23”75

Judge Clara: 100 Chest: 12th Place, time: 2’04”92 and 100 Free: 21st Place, time: 1’36”96

Palmioli Schmüth Nina: 100 Chest: 6th Place, time: 1’39”50; 100 Combined: 15th Place, time: 1’33”59; 100 Free: 16th Place, time: 1’22”50 and 50 Butterfly: 10th Place, time: 45”93.

Sánchez Delfina Isabel: 100 Combined: 10th Place, time: 1’30”81; 100 Free: 14th Place, time: 1’22”04 and 100 Back: 5th Place, time: 1’32”81.

Tschopp Cecilia: 100 Combined: 3rd Place, time: 1’23”12; 100 Free: 6th Place, time: 1’14”24; 100 Back: 2nd Place, time: 1’26”63 and 50 Butterfly: 4th Place, time: 39”06

Tschopp Lucrecia: 100 Free: 15th Place, time: 1’22”25 and 50 Butterfly: 9th Place, time: 44”78.

Cadets: Portmann Matías Ezequiel: 100 Combined: 3rd Place, time: 1’16”07; 100 Free: 6th Place, time: 1’05 ”; 100 Back: 5th Place, time: 1’21”94 and 50 Butterfly: 3rd Place, time: 32”22

Juveniles: Correa Lourdes: 100 Combined: 2nd Place, time: 1’21”31; 100 Free: 2nd Place, time: 1’12”35 and 100 Back: 2nd Place, time: 1’26”57

Nadadores LTCE en Sunchales Bicho Verde

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Lawn Tennis swimmers at the Sunchales ?Bicho Verde? Tournament – Esperanza day by day

) [summary] => A new and outstanding performance was given to the group of swimmers from the Lawn Tennis Club Esperancino, last weekend, in Sunchales. The ?Bicho Verde 2021? Tournament, of the Club Atlético Unión de Sunchales, was held on Saturday November 27, on a hot day. This was the first open pool contest, organized and supervised by ... Read more [atom_content] =>
A new and outstanding performance was given to the group of swimmers from the Lawn Tennis Club Esperancino, last weekend, in Sunchales.

The ?Bicho Verde 2021? Tournament, of the Club Atlético Unión de Sunchales, was held on Saturday November 27, on a hot day. This was the first open pool contest, organized and supervised by the Santa Fe Swimming Federation, under strict protocol.

The Lawn Tennis Club Esperancino team participated with a total of 15 swimmers. This time there were more than 200 registered, participating from a total of 16 sports institutions, from a large region.

The local swimmers obtained 17 podiums and excellent results. Many have been able to improve their personal times, and others have again reached qualifying marks for National Championships to be held in 2022. Especially in the field of “federated” several wins were achieved, reaching the sum of five victories.

Those were the results for all the swimmers:

Federated: Minors: Marinelli Annabella: 100 Back: 2nd Place, time: 1’21”09 and

200 Free: 2nd Place, time: 2’33”02.

Cadets: Wohr Irina: 200 Mariposa: 1st Place, time: 2’47”85 and 200 Free: 1st Place, time: 2’22”43.

Merin Emilio: 100 Chest: 1st Place, time: 1’15”28 and 200 Butterfly: 1st Place, time: 2’26”57.

Juveniles: Christen Julia: 100 Chest: 1st Place, time: 1’15”54 and 200 Free: 4th Place, time: 2’21”14.

Mehring Lisandro: 100 Back: 2nd Place, time: 1’07”32 and 200 Free: 4th Place, time: 2’12”16.

Swimming results Promotional: Minors:

Bongiovanni Ema: 100 Chest: 3rd Place, time: 1’39”03; 100 Combined: 8th Place, time: 1’28”06; 100 Free: 13th Place, time: 1’18”91 and 50 Butterfly: 7th Place, time: 42”05.

Colombo Catalina: 100 Chest: 4th Place, time: 1’39”09; 100 Combined: 6th Place, time: 1’26”97 and 100 Free: 9th Place, time: 1’16”39.

Dumas Bazan Martina: 100 Chest: 11th Place, time: 1’46”19; 100 Combined: 13th Place, time: 1’32”67 and 100 Free: 6th Place, time: 1’23”75

Judge Clara: 100 Chest: 12th Place, time: 2’04”92 and 100 Free: 21st Place, time: 1’36”96

Palmioli Schmüth Nina: 100 Chest: 6th Place, time: 1’39”50; 100 Combined: 15th Place, time: 1’33”59; 100 Free: 16th Place, time: 1’22”50 and 50 Butterfly: 10th Place, time: 45”93.

Sánchez Delfina Isabel: 100 Combined: 10th Place, time: 1’30”81; 100 Free: 14th Place, time: 1’22”04 and 100 Back: 5th Place, time: 1’32”81.

Tschopp Cecilia: 100 Combined: 3rd Place, time: 1’23”12; 100 Free: 6th Place, time: 1’14”24; 100 Back: 2nd Place, time: 1’26”63 and 50 Butterfly: 4th Place, time: 39”06

Tschopp Lucrecia: 100 Free: 15th Place, time: 1’22”25 and 50 Butterfly: 9th Place, time: 44”78.

Cadets: Portmann Matías Ezequiel: 100 Combined: 3rd Place, time: 1’16”07; 100 Free: 6th Place, time: 1’05 ”; 100 Back: 5th Place, time: 1’21”94 and 50 Butterfly: 3rd Place, time: 32”22

Juveniles: Correa Lourdes: 100 Combined: 2nd Place, time: 1’21”31; 100 Free: 2nd Place, time: 1’12”35 and 100 Back: 2nd Place, time: 1’26”57

Nadadores LTCE en Sunchales Bicho Verde

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Lawn Tennis swimmers at the Sunchales ?Bicho Verde? Tournament – Esperanza day by day

[date_timestamp] => 1638324660 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Cem Özdemir ? Germany gets its first green and vegetarian agriculture minister ? Foodlog [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/celebrities/cem-ozdemir-germany-gets-its-first-green-and-vegetarian-agriculture-minister-foodlog/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => River Tents ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 02:08:25 +0000 [category] => CelebritiesagricultureCemFoodlogGermanygreenministerÖzdemirvegetarian [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7546 [description] => In barely ten weeks, German politicians managed to arrive at a new formation. An efficient example of negotiations, where political walls were apparently quite easily bridged. We Dutch can learn something from that. The formation here has been going on for almost three quarters of a year and a breakthrough is still not forthcoming. Different ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

In barely ten weeks, German politicians managed to arrive at a new formation. An efficient example of negotiations, where political walls were apparently quite easily bridged. We Dutch can learn something from that. The formation here has been going on for almost three quarters of a year and a breakthrough is still not forthcoming.

Different wind after 16 years Merkel
With Chancellor Angela Merkel leaving after 16 years, German politics will take on a different character. The Christian Democrats are on the sidelines for the first time in a long time. The new government is made up of Social Democrats, Liberals and Greens. SPD leader Olaf Scholz becomes the new chancellor. The coalition agreement is full of green plans. For example, the energy transition must be accelerated and the budget has been generous for this. The government also aims to close all coal-fired power stations in the country by 2030, initially planned for 2038. There will be a separate Ministry of Climate. This is to be able to tackle the urgent problem according to the coalition.

Özdemir wants to break with the existing customs

German with Turkish roots

It is striking that Die Grünen have taken on the agricultural policy. The 57-year-old Cem Özdemir will be ultimately responsible in this file. This born German with Turkish roots is an experienced politician. He has been a member of the Bundestag, the parliament of Germany, since 2013. Before that, he had been in the European Parliament for years. A salient detail, Özdemir is a vegetarian and that is quite a thing in the (agricultural) German media. Although everyone is of course free to make their own choices, this will probably leave a somewhat sour taste for German livestock farmers. They probably would have liked to see a minister jump on the barricade for them.

‘Whoever wants to eat meat, may do so’
The opposite is true. Özdemir wants to break with existing customs. In his first interview to the Stuttgarter Zeitung, he indicates that he is tightening the rules for the meat industry. “Whoever wants to eat meat is allowed to do so. Whoever produces meat may also do so, but with due observance of measures regarding animal welfare and the environment,” says Özdemir. One of the measures that the new minister is aiming for is mandatory livestock labelling. The method of transport and slaughter must also be included. Other dossiers, such as fertilizer legislation and substance use, may also be subject to further tightening with the arrival of Özdemir. Just like in the Netherlands, agricultural policy in Germany is also changing rapidly.

Circle is round
Özdemir indicates that he has warm feelings for agriculture. This is partly because his father was a farmer in Turkey before he came to Germany as a guest worker. “Now that I can become Minister of Agriculture in Germany, the circle is complete.” Özdemir is the first child from a guest worker family to become a minister in a federal cabinet near our eastern neighbours.

This items is part of the content collaboration between Foodlog, Foodbusiness and Boerenbusiness.

The predecessor of Minister Cem Özdemir was Julia Klöckner (of the Christian Democratic party CDU). In parliament she often clashed with the Greens, whom she accused several times of destroying agriculture because of their – in her view – other-worldly approach to agriculture. European Commissioner Frans Timmermans disqualified she as a ‘green activist’ for his Green Deal and Farm2Fork strategy Germany is a major consumer of Dutch agriculture. The Netherlands would like to operate a bit ‘greener’. The market does not always pay for this. A large green declining neighboring state can change that with new regulations.

The meat producers have to adjust to stricter animal welfare and climate protection requirements under Cem Özdemir. In addition, there is to be a binding form of husbandry labeling including renovation funding, writes TopAgrar.

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Cem Özdemir – Germany gets its first green and vegetarian agriculture minister – Foodlog

) [summary] => In barely ten weeks, German politicians managed to arrive at a new formation. An efficient example of negotiations, where political walls were apparently quite easily bridged. We Dutch can learn something from that. The formation here has been going on for almost three quarters of a year and a breakthrough is still not forthcoming. Different ... Read more [atom_content] =>

In barely ten weeks, German politicians managed to arrive at a new formation. An efficient example of negotiations, where political walls were apparently quite easily bridged. We Dutch can learn something from that. The formation here has been going on for almost three quarters of a year and a breakthrough is still not forthcoming.

Different wind after 16 years Merkel
With Chancellor Angela Merkel leaving after 16 years, German politics will take on a different character. The Christian Democrats are on the sidelines for the first time in a long time. The new government is made up of Social Democrats, Liberals and Greens. SPD leader Olaf Scholz becomes the new chancellor. The coalition agreement is full of green plans. For example, the energy transition must be accelerated and the budget has been generous for this. The government also aims to close all coal-fired power stations in the country by 2030, initially planned for 2038. There will be a separate Ministry of Climate. This is to be able to tackle the urgent problem according to the coalition.

Özdemir wants to break with the existing customs

German with Turkish roots

It is striking that Die Grünen have taken on the agricultural policy. The 57-year-old Cem Özdemir will be ultimately responsible in this file. This born German with Turkish roots is an experienced politician. He has been a member of the Bundestag, the parliament of Germany, since 2013. Before that, he had been in the European Parliament for years. A salient detail, Özdemir is a vegetarian and that is quite a thing in the (agricultural) German media. Although everyone is of course free to make their own choices, this will probably leave a somewhat sour taste for German livestock farmers. They probably would have liked to see a minister jump on the barricade for them.

‘Whoever wants to eat meat, may do so’
The opposite is true. Özdemir wants to break with existing customs. In his first interview to the Stuttgarter Zeitung, he indicates that he is tightening the rules for the meat industry. “Whoever wants to eat meat is allowed to do so. Whoever produces meat may also do so, but with due observance of measures regarding animal welfare and the environment,” says Özdemir. One of the measures that the new minister is aiming for is mandatory livestock labelling. The method of transport and slaughter must also be included. Other dossiers, such as fertilizer legislation and substance use, may also be subject to further tightening with the arrival of Özdemir. Just like in the Netherlands, agricultural policy in Germany is also changing rapidly.

Circle is round
Özdemir indicates that he has warm feelings for agriculture. This is partly because his father was a farmer in Turkey before he came to Germany as a guest worker. “Now that I can become Minister of Agriculture in Germany, the circle is complete.” Özdemir is the first child from a guest worker family to become a minister in a federal cabinet near our eastern neighbours.

This items is part of the content collaboration between Foodlog, Foodbusiness and Boerenbusiness.

The predecessor of Minister Cem Özdemir was Julia Klöckner (of the Christian Democratic party CDU). In parliament she often clashed with the Greens, whom she accused several times of destroying agriculture because of their – in her view – other-worldly approach to agriculture. European Commissioner Frans Timmermans disqualified she as a ‘green activist’ for his Green Deal and Farm2Fork strategy Germany is a major consumer of Dutch agriculture. The Netherlands would like to operate a bit ‘greener’. The market does not always pay for this. A large green declining neighboring state can change that with new regulations.

The meat producers have to adjust to stricter animal welfare and climate protection requirements under Cem Özdemir. In addition, there is to be a binding form of husbandry labeling including renovation funding, writes TopAgrar.

We wish to thank the writer of this short article for this awesome web content

Cem Özdemir – Germany gets its first green and vegetarian agriculture minister – Foodlog

[date_timestamp] => 1638324505 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => ?Almost a year after the departure of Donald Trump, doubt still hangs over the solidity of American democracy? [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/world-news/almost-a-year-after-the-departure-of-donald-trump-doubt-still-hangs-over-the-solidity-of-american-democracy/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Perer Hallot ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 02:04:53 +0000 [category] => World NewsAmericanDemocracydepartureDonalddoubthangssolidityTrump [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7540 [description] => US President Joe Biden during a virtual meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping from the White House in Washington on November 15, 2021. MANDEL NGAN / AFP EHe is, in his own way, the embodiment of the American dream. The daughter of an unemployed miner in the north-east of England ravaged by deindustrialisation and Thatcherism, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

EHe is, in his own way, the embodiment of the American dream. The daughter of an unemployed miner in the north-east of England ravaged by deindustrialisation and Thatcherism, Fiona Hill was urged to leave by her father in the 1980s because, he told her one day, “There is nothing for you here, my little one”.

The young Fiona, scholarship holder, studied brilliantly at Saint Andrews in Scotland, Moscow, then Harvard, became one of the best Russian specialists of her generation, took American nationality and found herself in charge of the Russian file within the Security Council. National Council of President Donald Trump. The general public discovered her on television screens in 2019 when, straight as an I, she testified against the president in front of elected congressmen. who were investigating his dismissal trial.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Impeachment of Donald Trump: “Our nation is torn”, the overwhelmed observation of a witness at the heart of the case

Having become a researcher at the Brookings Institution again, Fiona Hill has just published a book that has received great attention in the United States. Its title is his father’s warning: There Is Nothing for You Here (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, untranslated). It’s not just about his time in the White House; she talks about Russia of course, her native England and her adopted country, the United States. But above all, she says how this journey leads her to identify her greatest object of concern: the state of American democracy.

Choices that leave you perplexed

“I saw with my own eyes how vulnerable America is to the political scourges which afflicted Russia”, she writes. In 2019, she understood “That America was embarked on its own authoritarian drift”. In 2020, she saw the pandemic bring the world’s leading power “On the verge of systemic bankruptcy”. In 2021, despite Trump’s departure, she remains extremely pessimistic.

Yet it is this country with faltering democracy which is convening on December 9 and 10 a “summit for democracy” – by videoconference -, for which the State Department has previously distributed the good and bad points. On what criteria, we do not know: the list is careful not to specify. While some choices seem clear – Taiwan yes, China no – others are puzzling. Hungary is excluded, but Poland is invited. Bosnia and Herzegovina will not be there, but Serbia is invited. Turkey, a NATO ally, has finally been sidelined, but Jair Bolsonaro’s Brazil will be received with open arms. Pakistan, the Philippines are also in the game.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers The summit of democracy, a balancing act for Washington

Joe Biden had issued the idea of ??this summit in January 2020. He wanted “Convince other democratic leaders to put the strengthening of democracy on the world agenda”. It did, in fact, require a little effort: a number of these “Other democratic leaders”, in particular the Europeans, rather scalded by four years of Trump regime, had some reservations about the usefulness of this noble enterprise and made it known. They were not, moreover, involved in the preparation of this event, nor were civil society.

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“Almost a year after the departure of Donald Trump, doubt still hangs over the solidity of American democracy”

) [summary] => US President Joe Biden during a virtual meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping from the White House in Washington on November 15, 2021. MANDEL NGAN / AFP EHe is, in his own way, the embodiment of the American dream. The daughter of an unemployed miner in the north-east of England ravaged by deindustrialisation and Thatcherism, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

EHe is, in his own way, the embodiment of the American dream. The daughter of an unemployed miner in the north-east of England ravaged by deindustrialisation and Thatcherism, Fiona Hill was urged to leave by her father in the 1980s because, he told her one day, “There is nothing for you here, my little one”.

The young Fiona, scholarship holder, studied brilliantly at Saint Andrews in Scotland, Moscow, then Harvard, became one of the best Russian specialists of her generation, took American nationality and found herself in charge of the Russian file within the Security Council. National Council of President Donald Trump. The general public discovered her on television screens in 2019 when, straight as an I, she testified against the president in front of elected congressmen. who were investigating his dismissal trial.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Impeachment of Donald Trump: “Our nation is torn”, the overwhelmed observation of a witness at the heart of the case

Having become a researcher at the Brookings Institution again, Fiona Hill has just published a book that has received great attention in the United States. Its title is his father’s warning: There Is Nothing for You Here (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, untranslated). It’s not just about his time in the White House; she talks about Russia of course, her native England and her adopted country, the United States. But above all, she says how this journey leads her to identify her greatest object of concern: the state of American democracy.

Choices that leave you perplexed

“I saw with my own eyes how vulnerable America is to the political scourges which afflicted Russia”, she writes. In 2019, she understood “That America was embarked on its own authoritarian drift”. In 2020, she saw the pandemic bring the world’s leading power “On the verge of systemic bankruptcy”. In 2021, despite Trump’s departure, she remains extremely pessimistic.

Yet it is this country with faltering democracy which is convening on December 9 and 10 a “summit for democracy” – by videoconference -, for which the State Department has previously distributed the good and bad points. On what criteria, we do not know: the list is careful not to specify. While some choices seem clear – Taiwan yes, China no – others are puzzling. Hungary is excluded, but Poland is invited. Bosnia and Herzegovina will not be there, but Serbia is invited. Turkey, a NATO ally, has finally been sidelined, but Jair Bolsonaro’s Brazil will be received with open arms. Pakistan, the Philippines are also in the game.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers The summit of democracy, a balancing act for Washington

Joe Biden had issued the idea of ??this summit in January 2020. He wanted “Convince other democratic leaders to put the strengthening of democracy on the world agenda”. It did, in fact, require a little effort: a number of these “Other democratic leaders”, in particular the Europeans, rather scalded by four years of Trump regime, had some reservations about the usefulness of this noble enterprise and made it known. They were not, moreover, involved in the preparation of this event, nor were civil society.

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“Almost a year after the departure of Donald Trump, doubt still hangs over the solidity of American democracy”

[date_timestamp] => 1638324293 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => Virtual reality tool to be used in the fight against disease [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/healthandscience/virtual-reality-tool-to-be-used-in-the-fight-against-disease/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 01:27:33 +0000 [category] => Health And SciencediseaseFightrealitytoolvirtual [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7535 [description] => Journal Reference: Oscar Legetth, Johan Rodhe, Stefan Lang, Parashar Dhapola, Mattias Wallergĺrd, Shamit Soneji. CellexalVR: A virtual reality platform to visualize and analyze single-cell omics data. iScience, 2021; 24 (11): 103251 DOI: 10.1016/j.isci.2021.103251 Advanced techniques in DNA and RNA sequencing have opened up the possibility of studying individual cells in tissue in a more comprehensive ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Oscar Legetth, Johan Rodhe, Stefan Lang, Parashar Dhapola, Mattias Wallergĺrd, Shamit Soneji. CellexalVR: A virtual reality platform to visualize and analyze single-cell omics data. iScience, 2021; 24 (11): 103251 DOI: 10.1016/j.isci.2021.103251

Advanced techniques in DNA and RNA sequencing have opened up the possibility of studying individual cells in tissue in a more comprehensive way than was previously possible. The big challenge with these sequencing techniques is that they lead to large amounts of data.

?When you want to distinguish cancer cells from normal cells, for example, you need to examine thousands of cells to get a proper understanding, which translates into enormous amounts of numerical data,? says Shamit Soneji, researcher in computational biology at Lund University.

To make this data comprehensible, each cell is mathematically positioned in three-dimensional space to form a ?roadmap? of the cells, and how they relate to each other. However, these maps can be difficult to navigate using a regular desktop computer.

?To be able to walk around your own data and manipulate it intuitively and efficiently gives it a whole new understanding. I would actually go so far as to say that one thinks differently in VR, thanks to the technique?s ability to involve your body in the analysis process,? explains Mattias Wallergĺrd. researcher in interaction design and virtual reality at Lund University.

The Lund University team have developed the software CellexalVR; a virtual reality environment that enables researchers to use intuitive tools to explore all their data in one place. 3D maps of cells that have been calculated from gene activity and other information captured from individual cells can be displayed, and the researcher can clearly see which genes are active when certain cell types are formed.

Using a VR headset, the user has a complete universe of cell populations in front of them, and can more accurately determine how cells relate to one another. Using two hand controllers, they can select cells of interest for further analysis with simple hand gestures as if they were physical objects.

Since space is not an issue, it is possible to have several cellular maps in the same ?room? and compare them side by side, something that is difficult on a traditional computer screen. Researchers can also meet in this VR world to analyze data together, despite being in different places geographically.

?Even if you are not familiar with computer programming, this type of analysis is open to everyone. A virtual world is a fast developing area of research that has enormous potential for scientists that need to access and process big-data in a more interactive and collaborative way,? concludes Shamit Soneji.

The software can be downloaded for free at https://www.cellexalvr.med.lu.se/

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Virtual reality tool to be used in the fight against disease

) [summary] => Journal Reference: Oscar Legetth, Johan Rodhe, Stefan Lang, Parashar Dhapola, Mattias Wallergĺrd, Shamit Soneji. CellexalVR: A virtual reality platform to visualize and analyze single-cell omics data. iScience, 2021; 24 (11): 103251 DOI: 10.1016/j.isci.2021.103251 Advanced techniques in DNA and RNA sequencing have opened up the possibility of studying individual cells in tissue in a more comprehensive ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Oscar Legetth, Johan Rodhe, Stefan Lang, Parashar Dhapola, Mattias Wallergĺrd, Shamit Soneji. CellexalVR: A virtual reality platform to visualize and analyze single-cell omics data. iScience, 2021; 24 (11): 103251 DOI: 10.1016/j.isci.2021.103251

Advanced techniques in DNA and RNA sequencing have opened up the possibility of studying individual cells in tissue in a more comprehensive way than was previously possible. The big challenge with these sequencing techniques is that they lead to large amounts of data.

?When you want to distinguish cancer cells from normal cells, for example, you need to examine thousands of cells to get a proper understanding, which translates into enormous amounts of numerical data,? says Shamit Soneji, researcher in computational biology at Lund University.

To make this data comprehensible, each cell is mathematically positioned in three-dimensional space to form a ?roadmap? of the cells, and how they relate to each other. However, these maps can be difficult to navigate using a regular desktop computer.

?To be able to walk around your own data and manipulate it intuitively and efficiently gives it a whole new understanding. I would actually go so far as to say that one thinks differently in VR, thanks to the technique?s ability to involve your body in the analysis process,? explains Mattias Wallergĺrd. researcher in interaction design and virtual reality at Lund University.

The Lund University team have developed the software CellexalVR; a virtual reality environment that enables researchers to use intuitive tools to explore all their data in one place. 3D maps of cells that have been calculated from gene activity and other information captured from individual cells can be displayed, and the researcher can clearly see which genes are active when certain cell types are formed.

Using a VR headset, the user has a complete universe of cell populations in front of them, and can more accurately determine how cells relate to one another. Using two hand controllers, they can select cells of interest for further analysis with simple hand gestures as if they were physical objects.

Since space is not an issue, it is possible to have several cellular maps in the same ?room? and compare them side by side, something that is difficult on a traditional computer screen. Researchers can also meet in this VR world to analyze data together, despite being in different places geographically.

?Even if you are not familiar with computer programming, this type of analysis is open to everyone. A virtual world is a fast developing area of research that has enormous potential for scientists that need to access and process big-data in a more interactive and collaborative way,? concludes Shamit Soneji.

The software can be downloaded for free at https://www.cellexalvr.med.lu.se/

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[date_timestamp] => 1638322053 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => Juve, a breath of fresh air: wins 2-0 in Salerno with Dybala and Morata [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/motoring/juve-a-breath-of-fresh-air-wins-2-0-in-salerno-with-dybala-and-morata/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Debby Kent ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 00:17:21 +0000 [category] => MotoringairbreathDybalafreshJuveMorataSalernowins [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7529 [description] => One goal per time and the bianconeri win again. In the recovery the Argentine misses a penalty in a sensational way Atalanta had recently scored 4, Fiorentina 3, just to clarify. But Juve are not there this time, and after the two defeats in a row with Chelsea and Atalanta at Arechi comes the 2-0 ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

One goal per time and the bianconeri win again. In the recovery the Argentine misses a penalty in a sensational way

Atalanta had recently scored 4, Fiorentina 3, just to clarify. But Juve are not there this time, and after the two defeats in a row with Chelsea and Atalanta at Arechi comes the 2-0 victory against Salernitana. Dybala scores his fourth goal, baptizing the match after 21 minutes, Morata doubles, on the pitch for four minutes, who at 70 ‘sets the result and returns to scoring after more than two months, confirming himself relentless against the newly promoted (this is his ninth network in 18 challenges). And yet Joya clumsily misses the 3-0, slipping at the moment of the penalty shot and wheeling the shot over the crossbar. Salernitana, last in the standings, is confirmed allergic to Arechi: this season she has lost six of the eight home matches. The bianconeri thus remain attached to Fiorentina, and always at – 7 from the Champions area.

Dybala, the third time is the good one

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In his 19th formation in 19 races, Allegri fielded Chiellini alongside De Ligt, with Pellegrini on the left to let Alex Sandro catch his breath. Outside Chiesa and McKennie, as well as Danilo and De Sciglio, in midfield the flanks are entrusted to Kulusevski and Bernardeschi, with Bentancur alongside Locatelli. Forward there are Dybala and Kean, preferred to Morata. Salernitana responds with a buttoned-up formation, with Bonazzoli ready, however, to take advantage of some Juventus mistake in disengagement. It is the bianconeri who play the game, dictating the timing and methods of the match. The first few minutes are crackling, with two shots from Dybala and one from Kulusevski to make people believe that the race could be downhill. Then the Campanians find the distances and Juve lowers the laps, returning to be a predictable and cumbersome team. The Juventus maneuver for long minutes becomes stagnant and dotted with back passes, Simy tests Szczesny’s attention, turning to the edge of the pole, but outside, a cross from Kechrida. Then Dybala thinks about shaking up the game: at 21 ‘he intercepts a pass from Locatelli and throws a triangle with Kulusevski on the edge. His left this time does not forgive: it is the 1-0 in favor of Juve. Seven minutes later Allegri’s team is doubled, with Chiellini in tap-in after the post rejects a free-kick from Cuadrado. But after a check the referee Fourneau canceled for an offside by Kean at the moment of the set-kick. The Campanians strengthen the defense, Juve struggles to find spaces but has no alternative to the search for doubling. The ball turns a little faster but not always accurate, and the first half ends on the result of minimal advantage.

Morata is back, two and a half months later

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Juve restarts where it left off, that is, in search of a doubling of serenity. But taking the Campania side by side is practically impossible, and therefore the bianconeri patiently and perseveringly build an offensive maneuver that can bring them together to the limits of the opposing area. The move succeeds, even if then the entrance in the last 16 meters is blocked, and also the shot from distance far from obvious. Dybala and Cuadrado try, aiming is wrong. And instead, in the 58th minute, it is Salernitana who comes close to scoring, with a crossed right from Ranieri who hits the post with Szczesny beaten. Arechi ignites, Juve experiences moments of terror. The match becomes slippery: Juve knows they cannot allow themselves distractions, yet some mistakes in the lightening phase escape, Salernitana is able to close the spaces, but does not give up the sudden lunge. The Djuric-Simy exchange is proof of this. Allegri responds with the alternation between Morata and Kean and that between Alex Sandro and Pellegrini. No sooner said than done, the move turned out to be a winner: in the 70th minute the Spaniard, on the pitch for 4 minutes, signed the 2-0 on an assist from Bernardeschi. His last goal was the goal scored against Milan on 19 September. Dybala looks for the surprise hit, then Belec rejects his shot with a sure shot, and to finish the Argentine shoots high from the spot, in the 94th minute, after a foul by Gyomber on Morata. The time of the official debut of Soulé and Fourneau whistles the end.

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) [summary] => One goal per time and the bianconeri win again. In the recovery the Argentine misses a penalty in a sensational way Atalanta had recently scored 4, Fiorentina 3, just to clarify. But Juve are not there this time, and after the two defeats in a row with Chelsea and Atalanta at Arechi comes the 2-0 ... Read more [atom_content] =>

One goal per time and the bianconeri win again. In the recovery the Argentine misses a penalty in a sensational way

Atalanta had recently scored 4, Fiorentina 3, just to clarify. But Juve are not there this time, and after the two defeats in a row with Chelsea and Atalanta at Arechi comes the 2-0 victory against Salernitana. Dybala scores his fourth goal, baptizing the match after 21 minutes, Morata doubles, on the pitch for four minutes, who at 70 ‘sets the result and returns to scoring after more than two months, confirming himself relentless against the newly promoted (this is his ninth network in 18 challenges). And yet Joya clumsily misses the 3-0, slipping at the moment of the penalty shot and wheeling the shot over the crossbar. Salernitana, last in the standings, is confirmed allergic to Arechi: this season she has lost six of the eight home matches. The bianconeri thus remain attached to Fiorentina, and always at – 7 from the Champions area.

Dybala, the third time is the good one

?

In his 19th formation in 19 races, Allegri fielded Chiellini alongside De Ligt, with Pellegrini on the left to let Alex Sandro catch his breath. Outside Chiesa and McKennie, as well as Danilo and De Sciglio, in midfield the flanks are entrusted to Kulusevski and Bernardeschi, with Bentancur alongside Locatelli. Forward there are Dybala and Kean, preferred to Morata. Salernitana responds with a buttoned-up formation, with Bonazzoli ready, however, to take advantage of some Juventus mistake in disengagement. It is the bianconeri who play the game, dictating the timing and methods of the match. The first few minutes are crackling, with two shots from Dybala and one from Kulusevski to make people believe that the race could be downhill. Then the Campanians find the distances and Juve lowers the laps, returning to be a predictable and cumbersome team. The Juventus maneuver for long minutes becomes stagnant and dotted with back passes, Simy tests Szczesny’s attention, turning to the edge of the pole, but outside, a cross from Kechrida. Then Dybala thinks about shaking up the game: at 21 ‘he intercepts a pass from Locatelli and throws a triangle with Kulusevski on the edge. His left this time does not forgive: it is the 1-0 in favor of Juve. Seven minutes later Allegri’s team is doubled, with Chiellini in tap-in after the post rejects a free-kick from Cuadrado. But after a check the referee Fourneau canceled for an offside by Kean at the moment of the set-kick. The Campanians strengthen the defense, Juve struggles to find spaces but has no alternative to the search for doubling. The ball turns a little faster but not always accurate, and the first half ends on the result of minimal advantage.

Morata is back, two and a half months later

?

Juve restarts where it left off, that is, in search of a doubling of serenity. But taking the Campania side by side is practically impossible, and therefore the bianconeri patiently and perseveringly build an offensive maneuver that can bring them together to the limits of the opposing area. The move succeeds, even if then the entrance in the last 16 meters is blocked, and also the shot from distance far from obvious. Dybala and Cuadrado try, aiming is wrong. And instead, in the 58th minute, it is Salernitana who comes close to scoring, with a crossed right from Ranieri who hits the post with Szczesny beaten. Arechi ignites, Juve experiences moments of terror. The match becomes slippery: Juve knows they cannot allow themselves distractions, yet some mistakes in the lightening phase escape, Salernitana is able to close the spaces, but does not give up the sudden lunge. The Djuric-Simy exchange is proof of this. Allegri responds with the alternation between Morata and Kean and that between Alex Sandro and Pellegrini. No sooner said than done, the move turned out to be a winner: in the 70th minute the Spaniard, on the pitch for 4 minutes, signed the 2-0 on an assist from Bernardeschi. His last goal was the goal scored against Milan on 19 September. Dybala looks for the surprise hit, then Belec rejects his shot with a sure shot, and to finish the Argentine shoots high from the spot, in the 94th minute, after a foul by Gyomber on Morata. The time of the official debut of Soulé and Fourneau whistles the end.

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Juve, a breath of fresh air: wins 2-0 in Salerno with Dybala and Morata

[date_timestamp] => 1638317841 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => Recycling of tectonic plates a key driver of Earth?s oxygen budget [link] => https://redhatbeauty.com/healthandscience/recycling-of-tectonic-plates-a-key-driver-of-earths-oxygen-budget/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Wed, 01 Dec 2021 00:10:49 +0000 [category] => Health And SciencebudgetdriverEarthskeyoxygenplatesRecyclingTectonic [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=7524 [description] => Journal Reference: Yuxiang Zhang, Esteban Gazel, Glenn A. Gaetani, Frieder Klein. Serpentinite-derived slab fluids control the oxidation state of the subarc mantle. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (48) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abj2515 ?This cycle is a really a big deal,? said Esteban Gazel, associate professor of earth and atmospheric sciences in Cornell?s College of Engineering, and co-lead author ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Yuxiang Zhang, Esteban Gazel, Glenn A. Gaetani, Frieder Klein. Serpentinite-derived slab fluids control the oxidation state of the subarc mantle. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (48) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abj2515

?This cycle is a really a big deal,? said Esteban Gazel, associate professor of earth and atmospheric sciences in Cornell?s College of Engineering, and co-lead author on the study. ?In the end, we?re talking about the budget of oxygen on the planet and how that gets balanced through processes like subduction.?

Earth is constantly recycling its life-giving supply of water and oxygen as tectonic plates sink, or subduct, deep into the planet. Elements are carried down as one piece of the planet?s crust slips below another, and resurface through the resulting volcanoes.

It?s a critical process, but how, exactly, subduction recycles oxygen and allows it to interact with other elements has always been a topic of debate among geoscientists.

The new finding was published Nov. 26 in Science Advances and changes how geoscientists understand the underlying process of Earth?s geochemical cycle. The reason geoscientists had, until now, failed to make this discovery was because of something the COVID-19 pandemic had provided Gazel ? time to look at massive amounts of data.

Using volcanoes to probe the deep Earth, past studies have examined oxygen levels in the Earth?s mantle ? the magma-filled layer directly under the crust ? for clues. Some geoscientists have pointed to increased oxidation below volcanic arcs, where the hydrated oceanic lithosphere sinks into the mantle. A leading theory had been that ocean water delivering hydrogen into the mantle was influencing its oxidation state, but the new study found that oxygen is entering the mantle in fluids derived from ?heated and pressurized? serpentinite rocks.

Below the sea floor, the process of serpentinization creates rocks that trap highly oxidizing fluids inside, and these serpentinites eventually get subducted back into the mantle.

?Eventually, those serpentinite juices are going to be squeezed from the slab,? said Gazel, who is also a faculty fellow at the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability. ?Depending on the angle and the thermal conditions of the subducting slab, those fluids are released and they oxidize the mantle below volcanoes.?

With travel restrictions and his laboratory under construction, Gazel and his colleague Yuxiang Zhang from the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences spent time in 2020 carefully analyzing every existing dataset for single arcs and their lava compositions. Adding to the analysis were serpentinization expert Frieder Klein and chemical thermodynamics expert Glenn Gaetani, both scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

?We were looking at the correlation with different processes,? Gazel said. ?For instance, there were some regional datasets that correlated the thickness of the crust with oxidation, but it just didn?t make sense once we made our study global.?

Once enough datasets had been combined, certain correlations were eliminated while the correlation between serpentinization related fluids and oxidization became evident. Specifically, the subduction system?s thermodynamic conditions and geometry proved to control the dehydration of serpentine and the oxidation state of the mantle, with steeper, colder subduction zones providing more oxidization.

The research was supported by the National Science Foundation.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Yuxiang Zhang, Esteban Gazel, Glenn A. Gaetani, Frieder Klein. Serpentinite-derived slab fluids control the oxidation state of the subarc mantle. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (48) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abj2515 ?This cycle is a really a big deal,? said Esteban Gazel, associate professor of earth and atmospheric sciences in Cornell?s College of Engineering, and co-lead author ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Yuxiang Zhang, Esteban Gazel, Glenn A. Gaetani, Frieder Klein. Serpentinite-derived slab fluids control the oxidation state of the subarc mantle. Science Advances, 2021; 7 (48) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abj2515

?This cycle is a really a big deal,? said Esteban Gazel, associate professor of earth and atmospheric sciences in Cornell?s College of Engineering, and co-lead author on the study. ?In the end, we?re talking about the budget of oxygen on the planet and how that gets balanced through processes like subduction.?

Earth is constantly recycling its life-giving supply of water and oxygen as tectonic plates sink, or subduct, deep into the planet. Elements are carried down as one piece of the planet?s crust slips below another, and resurface through the resulting volcanoes.

It?s a critical process, but how, exactly, subduction recycles oxygen and allows it to interact with other elements has always been a topic of debate among geoscientists.

The new finding was published Nov. 26 in Science Advances and changes how geoscientists understand the underlying process of Earth?s geochemical cycle. The reason geoscientists had, until now, failed to make this discovery was because of something the COVID-19 pandemic had provided Gazel ? time to look at massive amounts of data.

Using volcanoes to probe the deep Earth, past studies have examined oxygen levels in the Earth?s mantle ? the magma-filled layer directly under the crust ? for clues. Some geoscientists have pointed to increased oxidation below volcanic arcs, where the hydrated oceanic lithosphere sinks into the mantle. A leading theory had been that ocean water delivering hydrogen into the mantle was influencing its oxidation state, but the new study found that oxygen is entering the mantle in fluids derived from ?heated and pressurized? serpentinite rocks.

Below the sea floor, the process of serpentinization creates rocks that trap highly oxidizing fluids inside, and these serpentinites eventually get subducted back into the mantle.

?Eventually, those serpentinite juices are going to be squeezed from the slab,? said Gazel, who is also a faculty fellow at the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability. ?Depending on the angle and the thermal conditions of the subducting slab, those fluids are released and they oxidize the mantle below volcanoes.?

With travel restrictions and his laboratory under construction, Gazel and his colleague Yuxiang Zhang from the Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences spent time in 2020 carefully analyzing every existing dataset for single arcs and their lava compositions. Adding to the analysis were serpentinization expert Frieder Klein and chemical thermodynamics expert Glenn Gaetani, both scientists from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

?We were looking at the correlation with different processes,? Gazel said. ?For instance, there were some regional datasets that correlated the thickness of the crust with oxidation, but it just didn?t make sense once we made our study global.?

Once enough datasets had been combined, certain correlations were eliminated while the correlation between serpentinization related fluids and oxidization became evident. Specifically, the subduction system?s thermodynamic conditions and geometry proved to control the dehydration of serpentine and the oxidation state of the mantle, with steeper, colder subduction zones providing more oxidization.

The research was supported by the National Science Foundation.

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Recycling of tectonic plates a key driver of Earth?s oxygen budget

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