Harald Rösch presenting TSN Maltese cable operator

first_imgHarald Rösch presenting TSNMaltese cable operator Melita and telecom rival GO have teamed up to offer a unified sports offering, ending an ongoing competition to secure rights to top-tier football.Starting from August, the pair will launch Total Sports Network (TSN), which will be available on both their platforms.TSN will offer a mix of premium sports content including English Premier League, Italian Serie A, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Europa League, German Bundesliga, the Maltese BOV Premier League and FA Cup football, alongside Formula 1, Moto GP, tennis and other sports.In total, eight new HD sports channels will be offered to both Melita and GO subscribers under the TSN brand. Melita and GO will separately communicate directly with their customers with further details in the coming weeks.“We have agreed to pool our rights with GO for the benefit of all our customers who follow sports. The breadth of premium sports we’ll be offering will be unparalleled in Europe, and marks another step forward for us in delighting our customers,” said Harald Rösch, Melita CEO.“We are excited to bring Total Sports Network to the local market. By combining TV broadcast capabilities and rights of both GO and Melita, customers in Malta and Gozo can now enjoy a richer sports experience. This has been a long time request from customers, and we are glad to be in a position to make this happen,” said Nikhil Patil, GO CEO.The agreement between the pair was also welcomed by Maltese parliamentarian Silvio Schembri, who is responsible for the country’s digital economy.Both Melita and GO have suffered from competition from a range of semi-legal and illegal IPTV services.Earlier this year, Melita was forced to abandon plans to merge with mobile operator Vodafone Malta after GO objected to the plan and the country’s competition watchdog set conditions that the parties felt unable to meet.last_img read more

An Ohio fertility clinic said that the remote alar

first_imgAn Ohio fertility clinic said that the remote alarm system on its storage tank was turned off, so it didn’t know that the temperature had fluctuated, and that the consequences were worse than it initially thought — all 4,000 eggs and embryos in the cryofreezer are likely nonviable.In a letter to affected patients on Tuesday, the University Hospitals health care system wrote: “[W]e have determined that the total number of affected eggs and embryos for these patients is more than 4,000, not the estimate of 2,000 previously used. We are heartbroken to tell you that it’s unlikely any are viable.”University Hospitals said its investigation into the incident on March 3 to 4 at its fertility clinic in suburban Cleveland suggested the problems might have been caused by human error, mechanical failure or both.The first problem was that the remote alarm system on the tank, designed to alert a staff member if there were swings in temperature, was turned off.”We don’t know when the remote alarm was turned off,” the letter explained, “but it remained off through that weekend, so an alert wasn’t sent to our employee as the tank temperature began to rise on Saturday night, when the lab isn’t staffed. An alarm should have been sent and received. We don’t know who turned off the remote alarm nor do we know how long it was off, but it appears to have been off for a period of time.”The letter also said the tank that failed needed preventative maintenance. The tank had been having issues with the mechanism is that is supposed to automatically refill the liquid nitrogen to keep the specimens cold. As a result, the liquid nitrogen was being filled manually.”On the Friday before the weekend of the failure, the liquid nitrogen was brought in a container from the nearby Andrology Lab and poured into the tank,” the letter says. “The liquid nitrogen levels in the tank were monitored and appeared to be appropriate on Friday and Saturday, but we now suspect that may not have been the case.”Just before the tank failure occurred, the clinic had been preparing to move all the specimens to an extra storage tank to perform maintenance on the automatic fill.Dr. James Liu, chairman of the hospital system’s department of obstetrics and gynecology, told the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the clinic was “about a day or so out” from moving the eggs and embryos when the failure happened.The hospital system says it is refunding storage fees to those patients who had stored eggs and embryos, as well as offering tailored emotional and medical support, including a free round of IVF for those who want it. The hospital system isn’t asking patients to sign a release in order to access the services.In a video statement, Tom Zenty, the hospital system’s CEO, apologized for the failure:”We understand that our patients are grieving and we grieve with them. Clearly, we can’t give back what was lost. We hope to help them recover some of that loss through the medical and emotional support services we have offered. I can’t say it any more plainly: we failed our fertility clinic patients. We are sorry. I am sorry. And we are going to everything we can to regain our patients’ trust.”The first court hearing in the matter was held on Monday. The Plain Dealer reports that 57 plaintiffs have come forward thus far and that 22 lawsuits have been filed against University Hospitals. It remains to be seen whether class action status will be granted.One couple who lost their embryos, Jeremy and Kate Plants, told the Plain Dealer in an email that the hospital system’s letter and video were “horrifying.””We had accepted that our embryos were lost, but our hearts break for those who were holding on to hope that their embryos were still alive,” Jeremy Plants wrote.He also criticized University Hospitals for not resolving its problems sooner.”What were they thinking,” he asked, “and why was nothing done before this disaster happened?” Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.last_img read more

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first_imgThere’s no shortage of news and feature stories about addiction. Oftentimes, they follow a similar narrative — from painkillers overprescribed, to heart-wrenching family interventions, to challenging stints in rehab, to the happy endings of sobriety.But for people who have lived through addiction, a lifetime remains after initial treatment ends. What happens next?For many of those in recovery, the true test of sobriety comes not during the initial stages of treatment but in the months, years and decades to follow. After the addiction ends, the situational causes and contributors of it are likely to persist.Here’s what journalist Maia Szalavitz wrote in Scientific American:If we want to reduce opioid addiction, we have to target the real risk factors for it: child trauma, mental illness and unemployment…Many people would prefer it if we could solve addiction problems by busting dealers and cracking down on doctors. The reality, however, is that as long as there is distress and despair, some people are going to seek chemical ways to feel better. Only when we can steer them towards healthier—or at least, less harmful—ways of self-medication, and only when we reach children before they develop this type of desperation, will we be able to reduce addiction and the problems that come with it.Addressing the risk factors can help prevent addiction and help those who relapse.What happens after treatment ends?Show produced by Bianca Martin.GUESTSSam Arsenault, Director, National Treatment Quality Initiatives at Shatterproof, a national nonprofit; @PHwithSamBarry Grant, Director of Outpatient Services, Hope House Treatment Centers in the greater Annapolis, Maryland area; certified chemical dependency counselor; @risewithbarryBrooke Feldman, A person in recovery; social worker; writer; advocate; currently serves as the Philadelphia Center Manager for CleanSlate Outpatient Addiction Medicine; @BrookeM_FeldmanFor more, visit https://the1a.org.© 2019 WAMU 88.5 – American University Radio. Copyright 2019 WAMU 88.5. To see more, visit WAMU 88.5.last_img read more

Marijuana and Parenting Study Finds They Go Well Together

first_img Yet another study has blown apart the age-old stereotype of cannabis users as lazy stoners who have trouble getting off the couch.A study released this month surveyed parents of children under the age of 18, of whom 77 percent had a household income of $75,000 or more–hardly the economic province of the lazy.The study found that of this group, 35 percent frequently use cannabis before doing that all-American activity with their kids: watching TV.And they aren’t doing so to “zone out.”  A majority said that cannabis enhances their TV time with the family, making them more engaged both with the kids and the content they are watching.Related: To Drug Test or Not to Drug Test?Altering the StereotypeThe study was conducted by Minor & Co. Studio, a New York City-based marketing research company. The findings undermine the way many continue to view those who use marijuana.“The stoner stereotype is so prevalent and persistent in TV and media that it continues to stigmatize those for whom cannabis is part of their active and healthful lifestyle,” Robert Miner, president of Miner & Co. Studio, said in a release accompanying the study findings.Eight out of 10 respondents, all of whom live in states where cannabis is legal for adult and medical use, said they “regularly” use cannabis before watching television with the family.  They also said that:Cannabis makes TV watching with kids more enjoyableThey spend more time with their kids watching their shows when using cannabisThey are more engaged to discuss the showsThey “bond” more with their kids and become more likely to seek out shows from their own childhood to watch with their kidsMarijuana and good parenting? That seems to be the case with the study’s findings.Related: California’s ‘Pot Desert’ ProblemPay Attention, Network ExecutivesMinor & Co. points out that the study findings should be of great interest to network executives. That’s primarily because parents who use cannabis said they watch more television, are more engaged and are more willing to try out new content.The study also shows that these parents have outgrown the very stereotypes that the media they watch depicts. Seventy percent said they use marijuana for medical purposes or to enhance their well-being or social experiences.They also don’t see themselves as stoners. Rather, the words they used to describe themselves included “mindful,” “present,” “active” and “professional.” A majority also said they do not relate to the forgettable, bumbling characters that movies and television often portray as being cannabis users.The respondents voiced hope that TV creatives would move past the stereotypes because how they present cannabis users has a significant impact on how people perceive them.Follow dispensaries.com on Twitter to stay up to date on the latest cannabis news. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Researchers say cannabis makes watching TV with the kids more enjoyable. Get 1 Year of Green Entrepreneur for $19.99 Guest Writer dispensaries.com News and Trends 3 min read Subscribe Now Easy Search. Quality Finds. Your partner and digital portal for the cannabis community. June 26, 2018 Marijuana and Parenting? Study Finds They Go Well Together. –shares Image credit: MoMo Productions | Getty Images Add to Queue Next Article Green Entrepreneur provides how-to guides, ideas and expert insights for entrepreneurs looking to start and grow a cannabis business.last_img read more

Bae Takeaway Skillset and Curated Top the List of Words Wed Like

first_img Next Article Add to Queue The only list that measures privately-held company performance across multiple dimensions—not just revenue. 2019 Entrepreneur 360 List Image credit: Pixabay As 2014 winded to a close, we were confronted with what seemed like an endless procession of “Word of the Year” pronouncements. “Vape” was crowned Oxford Dictionaries word of the year, “culture” nabbed Webster-Merriam’s top spot, while the Global Language Monitor went the unconventional route of selecting the heart emoji for its top word of 2014.I guess this is all well and good, but what about the words that, thanks to overuse, misuse, or down right blahness, we’d like to see expire along with the year? What words should be banned from entering 2015?Luckily, the folks at Michigan’s Lake Superior State University are on it. For the past 40 years, the institution has compiled an annual list of words — culled from nominations made through the university’s website and ultimately finalized by a committee — which should be “banished from the Queen’s English for mis-use, over-use and general uselessness.”Some of the selections for 2014 stemmed from overall frustration and fatigue with cultural terms. “Bae” was one of the most nominated contenders and deemed “the most annoying term of affection to show up in years,” while “foodie” was dismissed as “ridiculous.” But the majority of the words on the list are business-speak at its worst.Related: For the First Time, an Emoji Has Been Named the Most Popular Word of the Year”Skill set,” “curate,” and “takeaway” were all taken to task for, among other things, pretentiousness, over-use and general uselessness. As anyone who has a LinkedIn account or has attended any kind of corporate meeting can tell you, these works are everywhere (explore our site, and you’ll find we’re guilty of it here). The overarching reasoning behind their elimination is that they have become pointless, “jargon-y” fluff. “Skill set” just means skill (“A skill is a skill — that is it,” wrote Stephanie Hamm-Wieczkiewick from Litfield Park, Ariz. in support of getting rid of the word), “curate” is too often an unnecessarily pretentious way of saying “select” (“It used to have a special significance reserved mainly for fine art and museums. Now everything is curated,” wrote Samantha McCormick from Kirkland, Wash.) and “takeaway” has been overused into meaninglessness (“I have heard Jon Stewart use it. I’ve heard Charlie Rose use it, as well as countless numbers of news talking heads, usually for all the wrong reason,” wrote John Prokop from Oakland, Calif).Are there more pressing business terms that need to be eliminated for good? If you have some suggestions for corporate jargon that needs to go, tell us in the comments below.Related: Why ‘No’ is the Most Important Word You’ll Ever Say ‘Bae,’ ‘Takeaway,’ ‘Skillset’ and ‘Curated’ Top the List of Words We’d Like to See Banned in 2015 News and Trends 3 min read Guest Writer Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Apply Now » –shares Laura Entis December 31, 2014last_img read more

Researchers aim to protect humans mammals from deadly effects of African sleeping

first_imgReviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Nov 21 2018A team of Clemson University researchers wants to protect humans and other mammals from the debilitating and even deadly effects of African sleeping sickness.James Morris, a Clemson professor in the College of Science’s department of genetics and biochemistry, said that studying the cause of the disease is vital because, although the transmission of African sleeping sickness by tsetse flies has been studied for more than 100 years, the secret to the underlying parasite’s success remains largely a mystery.”There are a number of questions about how the parasite grows and develops in the fly and then gets transmitted to humans and other mammals,” said Morris, who is on the faculty of Clemson’s Eukaryotic Pathogens Innovation Center.A paper titled “Glucose Signaling is Important for Nutrient Adaptation During Differentiation of Pleomorphic African Trypanosomes” was recently published on the American Society of Microbiology’s mSphere site. It focuses on the biological cues that “tell” the parasite – the African trypanosome (Trypanosoma brucei) – to change life cycle stages as it moves from host to host.”One of the key things that happens is that, as the parasite is floating around in (mammalian) blood, it perceives its neighbors and says ‘oh, there are a lot of us,’ and becomes a different form that is ready to go into a fly, if the fly were to happen to bite that person,” Morris said. “That form that’s ready for life in the fly doesn’t grow – it’s not a growing form – it’s really sitting there, waiting to be taken up by a fly. Once it passes into the fly, though, it begins to grow again. It becomes a form that can live in the fly, and that’s the insect-stage form, or procyclic form.”The team worked to unravel the mechanism by which the parasite knows when to grow and when not to grow.”What has been a mystery, and still is a mystery, is how the parasite really knows where it is,” Morris said. “It turns out that if you take the form that lives in the fly and inject it into a mammal, it is killed instantly by the mammal’s immune system. So, the parasite really has to do an excellent job of recognizing its environment.”As the study’s name suggests, the team focused on sugar, or glucose, as a possible cue for the parasite’s changing ways.”We’ve always suspected the sugar was the cause, but it’s been hard to prove,” Morris said, so the team looked at the possibility that the parasite was somehow monitoring the glucose in its environment.”We felt, wouldn’t it be interesting if the parasite is monitoring that sugar to know when it has moved into a fly, because when there’s lots of sugar, the parasite thinks ‘I’m in a mammal,’ and when there’s no sugar, the parasite thinks ‘oh, I’m in a fly’,” Morris said. “We found that if you take the parasites and remove glucose nearly completely, they’re still alive, which was: A, very surprising because they’re so reliant on the sugar; but B, they also then quickly changed into the form that can live in the fly.”That discovery opens the possibility for treatment that can defuse an outbreak of the potentially deadly African sleeping sickness in humans.”That’s the first step in understanding that pathway and trying to confuse the parasite with drugs later,” Morris said, “so that when they’re in your blood, perhaps you could give them a drug and make them think ‘oh, there’s no glucose around, I should become the insect stage,’ and they would be killed.”Related StoriesHealthy blood vessels could help stave off cognitive declineDon’t Miss the Blood-Brain Barrier Drug Delivery (B3DD) Summit this AugustScientists develop universal FACS-based approach to heterogenous cell sorting, propelling organoid researchYijian Qiu, who was a doctoral student in Morris’ lab before recently becoming a post-doctoral associate at the University of Buffalo, was the lead author of the paper. Qiu’s research focus is in organism-environment interaction and interaction between different organisms.”This is why I found my Ph.D. project on how T. brucei communicates with its environment so fascinating,” Qiu said. “I think the most exciting part of the results is that we found that glucose, the most common energy source for the majority of organisms, could actually become a signal for cell development or an inhibitor for proliferation in different stages of a lethal parasite. We discovered this during the process of addressing a long-standing debate in the parasite field: whether environmental glucose plays a role in the differentiation of T. brucei during its traveling from mammalian host to insect vector.”Although there have been no recent outbreaks of African sleeping sickness among humans, Morris said it’s important that scientists continue to unlock the disease’s secrets.”Currently, I’d say there are certainly less than 10,000 cases of the sickness on the planet each year, but certainly in our lifetime there have been epidemic levels of the stuff, and so it comes and goes,” he said.In humans and animals, African sleeping sickness entails bouts of fever, headaches, joint pains and itching. The parasite can eventually enter the brain, causing changes of behavior, confusion and poor coordination. It also can disturb the sleep cycle, hence its name. Without treatment, sleeping sickness is usually fatal.But while the disease numbers aren’t currently at epidemic levels in humans, the same is not true for other mammals.”The problem really is that in animals it’s unchecked, and it has a really catastrophic effect on agriculture and those pursuits in sub-Saharan Africa,” Morris said.Morris has worked on the mysteries surrounding African sleeping sickness for 26 years, and he said that many questions still remain unanswered.”We want to exploit this new understanding,” Morris said. “The question then becomes, how does the parasite measure glucose, how does it know it’s going away? There are a couple of possibilities – more than a couple, probably – but we think one thing that’s happening is that the parasite has a receptor for the sugar somewhere on its surface where it can assess what’s out there, sort of sample it and say okay, there’s sugar out there or there’s not. And all those pieces are missing right now.”I think we have the genetic tools to understand how all that’s connected,” he added, “so I think that’s the next big step.”In addition to Morris and Qiu, the authors were Jillian Milanes, Jessica Jones, Rooksana Noorai and Vijay Shankar, all of whom were affiliated with Clemson during the research and writing of the paper. Morris credited Noorai’s and Shankar’s work at Clemson’s Genomics and Computational Biology Lab, without which “we wouldn’t have the depth of insight that we do.” Source:http://newsstand.clemson.edu/mediarelations/clemson-researchers-reveal-secrets-of-parasite-that-causes-african-sleeping-sickness/last_img read more

DNA analysis finds that stethoscopes used in the ICU are teeming with

first_imgFor the study, Collman and team used DNA sequencing to investigate bacteria present on 40 stethoscopes found in an intensive care unit (ICU).Twenty instruments were reusable stethoscopes, 20 were single-use disposable instruments and 10 were single-use, disposable instruments that had not been used.As reported in the journal Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology, all 40 of the stethoscopes that were in use were contaminated with an abundance of various bacterial communities, including those related to common infections, although it was not established whether the stethoscopes ever made patients unwell.Staphylococcus was found on all instruments, with more than half confirmed as being contaminated with S. aureus.Other infection-causing bacteria identified were Pseudomonas and Acinetobacter, although these were only present in small quantities.To compare cleaning methods, the team assessed 10 more stethoscopes before and after cleaning using the standardized method – cleaning with a hydrogen peroxide wipe for 60 seconds. They also assessed 20 more instruments before and after cleaning by practitioners who used their preferred method, including wiping with alcohol swabs, bleach wipes or hydrogen peroxide wipes for different amounts of time.The study showed that all types of cleaning reduced the number of bacteria, but failed to consistently make the stethoscopes as contamination-free as new, clean stethoscopes.The standardized method reduced bacteria to the clean level on half of the instruments, while only 10% of the stethoscopes cleaned using an individual’s preferred method met this level of cleanliness.Although the molecular sequencing allowed all types of bacteria to be detected, it could not determine whether bacteria were dead or alive, meaning it is unclear whether the instruments are responsible for spreading disease.Further research is now needed to establish whether stethoscopes are accountable for the spread of infection.Collman says those studies should also use similar molecular approaches, study bacteria found on medical devices and in the healthcare setting and also focus on antibiotic resistance.SourceDNA study shows stethoscopes loaded with bacteria, including staphylococcus. By Sally Robertson, B.Sc.Dec 12 2018Reviewed by Kate Anderton, B.Sc. (Editor)A study conducted by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania has found that stethoscopes carried by healthcare practitioners in an intensive care (ICU) setting are loaded with a wide range of bacteria. This study underscores the importance of adhering to rigorous infection control procedures, including fully adhering to CDC-recommended decontamination procedures between patients, or using single patient-use stethoscopes kept in each patient’s room.”Ronald Collman, Senior Authorcenter_img catshila | ShutterstockThe study also compared cleaning methods and found that the standardized approach is better at eliminating bacteria than various other methods practitioners chose to use.last_img read more

Britain says Facebook must go further in data scandal

Mark Zuckerberg has vowed to rein in the leakage of data to outside developers and third-party apps Britain’s culture minister says Mark Zuckerberg’s plans to fix problems at his social media company aren’t going ‘far enough’ Citation: Britain says Facebook must go further in data scandal (2018, March 22) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-03-britain-facebook-scandal.html A scandal erupted last weekend when a whistleblower revealed that British data consultant Cambridge Analytica (CA) had created psychological profiles on 50 million Facebook users via a personality prediction app.Matt Hancock, Britain’s minister for culture and digital, said it should not be down to companies such as Facebook to set their own rules on data privacy.”Zuckerberg has apologised and said that they are going to make some changes, but frankly I don’t think those changes go far enough,” he told BBC radio.”It shouldn’t be for a company to decide what is the appropriate balance between privacy and innovation and use of data, those rules should be set by society as a whole and so set by parliament.”That’s the approach that we are taking—the big tech companies need to abide by the law and we are strengthening the law.”Zuckerberg has vowed to “step up” to fix problems at the social media giant, as it fights a snowballing scandal over the hijacking of personal data from millions of its users.He announced new steps to rein in the leakage of data to outside developers and third-party apps, while giving users more control over their information.’Huge’ trust breach: FacebookThe scandal has wiped out around $60 billion (48 billion euros) of Facebook’s market value since Monday, Bloomberg news reported. US FTC probing Facebook data scandal: media Chris Cox, Facebook’s chief product officer, said the situation was “extraordinarily serious” for the company.Facebook says it discovered last week that CA may not have deleted the data as it certified.CA “should never have had access to any of this data” and Facebook felt “absolutely” misled by the British firm, Cox told BBC radio.”We asked them multiple times and they told us they didn’t have anything. Which is really infuriating.”It was a huge breach of trust where lots of data may have made its way into the wrong hands.”He said Facebook’s business model relied upon the company protecting people’s data so they can share information securely.Restoring public trust in Facebook depends on the next steps and will “take a long time, but it’s something we’re committed to”, said Cox.World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee described the scandal as a “serious moment for the web’s future”.The British scientist said it was time for all internet users to “build a web that reflects our hopes and fulfils our dreams more than it magnifies our fears and deepens our divisions”.”I can imagine Mark Zuckerberg is devastated that his creation has been abused and misused,” he wrote on Twitter, adding that “some days I have the same feeling”.”I would say to him: You can fix it. It won’t be easy but if companies work with governments, activists, academics and web users we can make sure platforms serve humanity.” © 2018 AFP Explore further Britain’s culture minister said Thursday that Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg’s plan to fix problems at the world’s biggest social media network did not go far enough. This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. read more

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