Airess Padda, Adamson’s eloquent, photogenic American coach, knows things are only going to get tougher in the days to come.“We are slowly getting the consistency that we’ve been working for,” said Padda of the Lady Falcons after mangling the Technological Institute of the Philippines Lady Engineers, 25-12, 25-14, 25-13, Saturday in the Premier Volleyball League Collegiate Conference.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight Read Next Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary It was a far different Adamson that showed up Saturday afternoon at FilOil Flying V Center.The Lady Falcons were a picture of confidence and efficiency, with Jem Galanza leading the way with 18 points.Meanwhile, Ateneo sprung back from a previous defeat with a dominating 25-23, 25-20, 25-20 triumph over Lyceum for a 2-1 slate.The Lady Pirates fell to a 1-2 record.ADVERTISEMENT E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients LATEST STORIES WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding Trending Articles PLAY LIST 00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles00:50Trending Articles01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games MOST READ The win was third straight for Adamson, which is trying to rebuild itself from a disastrous campaign last year in the UAAP.It also moved the Lady Falcons two wins closer to an outright semifinals stint.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutBut Padda knows better than to celebrate this early.“We need to play even better because the competition is going to get tougher for us,” said Padda, who joined Adamson in the previous UAAP season, where the Lady Falcons scored only one win. A time for change Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC View comments
Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow News18.com on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. mediapressRoger Federerstan wawrinka First Published: October 26, 2019, 1:36 PM IST Stan Wawrinka pulled out of the quarter-final showdown against Roger Federer at the Swiss Indoors with a back injury on Thursday, just an hour after struggling past America’s Frances Tiafoe in the second round.”The bad news is that I will have to retire,” the 34-year-old three-time Grand Slam winner had said after his 6-3, 3-6, 7-5 win. Wawrinka was twice asked during the press interactions on what he needed to do to get back to his best, and on Friday he lost cool.”There is an impression here, in this room and in Switzerland, that I have not had a good year.” Wawrinka lashed out at reporters.”I am exaggerating, but I have that feeling and, frankly, I have lost the joy of talking to the media in Switzerland.”I’m 15th in the race, could theoretically qualify for the ATP finals. And you ask me: ‘What are you missing to find your best level again?'”Who won Grand Slam tournaments in the last few years? I’m the only one outside Big Four who has won three. This must not be forgotten.”Wawrinka added that it is own wish to be back to hi best be challenging for titles.”I’ve come back from a serious injury, I’m 15th in the race, was injured a month after the US Open and have just reached a final (in Antwerp),” he added.And I’m one of the few who beat Novak, even though he had to give up in the third set (at the US Open). And you ask me what’s missing to win a Grand Slam title again?”Everything I did this year makes it a very good year. I have regained my confidence, have beaten the very best again at certain times.”Sure, I did not win any Grand Slam tournaments, but who won them?”I’m back in a position where I know what I will be capable of next year. And that was my goal for 2019.”Would I like to finish in the top 10 this year? Yes. Would I like to win a Grand Slam title? Yes. But you also have to be a realist.” read more
“But we cannot put a blanket sealing on states, who have”But we cannot put a blanket sealing on states, who have their prerogative within the ambit of the law,” he said. When asked if a bureaucrat knows that he is not going to be transferred before two years, will it led to increase in corruption, Singh clarified, “we are not compromising on corruption, we are making very strict laws on corruption. In fact, we are coming out with laws related to foreign bribery. Even stricter punishment has been mooted for bribe givers also and not just those who accept bribe.” “But our only concern is that any officer, who is performing, he should not be intimidated. I am not saying that transfers are not made for genuine reasons, our concern with state governments remains that these should be done in good faith and we keep in touch with state governments to ensure there is no unnecessary intimidation..,” he said.Singh said the Narendra Modi government has taken up a number of youth centric initiatives especially for North Eastern states like providing venture funds for ?Start Ups? in the region, sports university in Manipur and Brahmaputra study center in Guwahati University.”These initiatives will help to tap up potential in the region and will help in bringing misguided youth into the mainstream,” he said.Replying to a question, Singh, however, said that there were some problems which had arisen regarding land acquisition in Manipur for setting up a Sports University.advertisement”We have been pursuing the matter with the Chief Minister there, but we have not moved one step forward. The land which was made available, a part of that is under dispute, so we are asking for separate land,” he said.Singh also said his ministry has initiated a number of development projects in the North East region which include train connectivity in the region.He added that very soon entire North East except Sikkim will have train routes. He said his ministry will fund entire Indian section of proposed rail route from Agartala to Bangladesh.Regarding reforms being made in the area of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pension, the Minister said that a number of forms concerning requirements of common people have been simplified, most of them have been made one page, remaining are also being made people friendly. Singh also said that efforts are being made to popularise use of space technology in various sectors like housing, construction of roads and lying of railway tracks and construction of airports. He said that universities have been requested to setup space technology departments to popularise the subject among the youth. PTI SUN RG read more
Student leadersrunning the University of Ottawa’s orientation week events won’t be allowed to administer the opioid antidote naloxone in the event of an overdose due to liability concerns if the injection were to go wrong.Hadi Wess, president of the undergraduate student union that runs the events, said the group initially planned to have about 100 student leaders carry naloxone kits to combat any overdoses that could occur during the parties and events that get underway over the long weekend. The measure was to prepare for the possibility that substances such as the deadly opioid fentanyl could be mixed with other drugs that might be consumed.That plan was recently abandoned, however, after the union consulted with lawyers, local health organizations and protection services on campus and realized it could be held liable if the antidote was injected improperly and led to a person being injured, Wess said.A large portion of the University of Ottawa’s orientation week activities are run by the student union, Wess explained, a situation that is different from many other schools where the university administration is in charge.“This is why we have to take a lot of extra measures when it comes to insurance and when considering liabilities,” said Wess. “We are under the Ontario Corporation Act for not-for-profits, so it is a liability for us if (naloxone) is administered in a wrong way.”Student leaders at orientation events are being trained to call on-campus emergency personnel in the case of an overdose who can administer naloxone if needed, Wess said.“These people are all 17, 18 year olds, it’s the first time they’re away from home, they’re vulnerable, and they could go through substance abuse and peer pressure, so we want to make sure they’re safe,” Wess said.Student leaders will also be allowed to carry naloxone when they’re off duty and not wearing orientation week uniforms, he added.Some other universities said they had not encountered similar concerns.The University of Toronto said it had not heard discussion among student groups regarding the use of naloxone kits at orientation week. And Ryerson University said student leaders haven’t shown a desire to carry naloxone this year, but noted that emergency medical services on campus will have the kits.Meanwhile, the University of Calgary said it doesn’t have a policy on the matter and doesn’t direct students on what to do, but it does allow anyone to carry and administer naloxone if they wish to.“We don’t see a downside,” said Debbie Bruckner, senior director of student wellness, access and support at the university. “What’s clear to us from the medical officer of health is that if someone is struggling in terms of breathing, there’s no need for a certain diagnosis. You administer naloxone because there’s no negative side effects.”Rosana Salvaterra, an officer of health in Peterborough, Ont., said naloxone is a “powerful tool” against overdoses and said she was surprised student leaders won’t be allowed to carry it at the University of Ottawa’s orientation.“Frankly, I can’t see what the problem is,” said Salvaterra, noting that injecting naloxone is no more dangerous than using an epi-pen. “I think the risk of injury is very, very minimal.”There aren’t any negative side affects if naloxone was to be administered when it wasn’t needed, Salvaterra said.The biggest concern may be needle-related injuries, but Salvaterra said chances of injury during injection are mitigated by the fact that training is mandatory when receiving a naloxone kit. She also said naloxone needles are designed to retract after the injection takes place, which further reduces risk of injury. read more
Rabat – While Bollywood film Jagga Jasoos will not be released until mid-July, fans can get a taste of the singing and dancing to come in new behind the scenes footage of the stars dancing on the streets of Morocco.The film, titled Jagga Jasoos (Detective Jagga in English), is an Indian musical romantic comedy written and directed by Anurag Basu and starring Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif. The plot centers around the story of a teenage detective searching for his missing father.While filming some final scenes in Morocco, lead actress Kaif shared a teaser video of goofy street dances that were part of a shoot for a song. The video shows Ranbir Kapoor and Katrina Kaif doing a series of odd dance moves while clearly surprised Moroccan’s look on. In part of the video, the actor Ranbir Kapoor can be seen holding a cap and asking for money. According to a statement Anurag Basu, the director, he was actually begging in the streets: “Yes it’s true that I asked Ranbir to hold a cap and ask around for money for the song, and people did start putting money in it. Can you believe it Ranbir collected 250-300 Morocco [sic] Dirhams! So in the song, Ranbir is genuinely collecting money while dancing for real people!”The first song of the film, ‘Ulla Ka Pattha’ has already been released and reportedly is one of 28 songs composed by Pritam in the film.Setbacks have plagued the filming of Jagga Jasoos, a combined effort by Disney and Pictureshuru Productions. Despite delays, however, a new release date has been set for July 14, 2017. read more
Former Minister Jeevan Kumarathunga was among new Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) organisers appointed today.The new Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) constituency and district organizers received their letters of appointment from President Maithripala Sirisena at the President Office today. Accordingly, Jeevan Kumarathunga was appointed the Kasbeewa constituency organizer, Namal Suranga the Gampaha – Ja-ela organizer, Lalith Tensil the Negambo constituency co-organizer, Ravindra Sri Suranga the Horana constituency organizer, Sugath Mathugamage the Beruwela constituency organizer, Saliya Gunasinghe the Kaluthara district organizer, H. Priyantha Pushpakumara the Kandy Pathadumbara constituency co – organizer, Anuruddha Palitha Bandara the Ududumbara constituency co-organizer, Kanishka Avinash Rathnasekara as the Rathnapura district organizer, Kangasundaram Udaya Kumar as the Trincomalee district Werugal area organizer and S.M. Subiyan as the constituency co- organizer. Also receiving appointments were A.R. Idris as the Muthur area organizer, M.H.M.Raasik as the Muthur organizer, N. Sunil Raasik as the Kuchchaweli organizer, Alagu Dharmarajan as the Trincomalee Kapplthre area organizer, Kaali Raja Krishnaraja as the Trincomalee urban council Tamil area organizer and R. Kalippulla as the Kinniya local organizer. Sri Lanka Freedom Party Senior Vice President Nimal Siripala de Silva, Sri Lanka Freedom Party General Secretary Dayasiri Jayasekara, Mahinda Amaraweera, Lasantha Alagiyawanna and senior members were also present at the occasion. read more
An 11-year-old boy is in serious condition at McMaster Children’s Hospital after being hit by a Jeep in Georgetown.It happened at the intersection of Argyll Rd. and Emslie St. around 6:25 p.m. Tuesday. Halton police say the boy was crossing Argyll Rd. on a scooter when a black Jeep Wrangler struck him. The boy was immediately taken to hospital.The driver remained on scene and has been cooperating with police. Any witnesses of the incident are asked to call the Collision Reconstruction Unit at 905-825-4747 ext. 5065.
After a lengthy construction closure that left many Brock commuters changing their daily routine, the ramps and lanes at the interchange of Highways 406, 58 and St. David’s Road have been reopened.Work on the massive three-year project, which will see a complete overhaul of the interchange, began in June and continued until late December when crews from Rankin Construction ceased operations for the winter.The new northbound ramp from Highway 406 to St. David’s East and West was opened just before Christmas and no lane or ramp closures are anticipated at the junction in the near future.Construction is expected to resume once the weather warms this spring.Scheduled for completion in 2020, the project will see an overhaul of the roads and bridges in the aging interchange, which date back to the 1960s.The final result will include long-awaited changes to the intersection, making it a safer route for pedestrians and cyclists who share the roadway with heavy traffic while travelling along St. David’s Road to and from campus.The $29.1-million initiative includes taking out an existing bridge and several highway ramps, making way for new intersections and safer traffic flows.A four-metre-wide “multi-use path” (see the blue line on the accompanying map) will be created to get pedestrians and cyclists safely along St. David’s Road, between Sir Isaac Brock Way at one end and the residential suburbs of Thorold and St. Catharines at the other. The path will run parallel to St. David’s but will be separated by a boulevard.Project updates regarding closures or traffic delays will be published in the Brock News throughout the construction period.New intersections and a four-metre-wide multi-use path are illustrated in this engineer’s map. read more
The trivial matter of his offspring’s domestic disharmony will no doubt be far from the heir to the throne’s mind as he takes to the pulpit to deliver what promises to be a heartfelt speech on Christian persecution in the Middle East. How fitting that Prince Charles is to deliver a “reflection” on forgiveness and reconciliation at Westminster Abbey on Tuesday. But in this time of peace and goodwill, the so-called Fab Four would be wise to “reflect” on the central theme of the future king’s message. For if anyone understands the consequence of family friction it is Charles, whose difficult relationship with his parents, his brother Prince Andrew and indeed his ex-wife have been well documented….
The person whose body was found among the debris of an intentionally set fire Sunday has been identified as a Vancouver woman who worked at the Sifton neighborhood market.Amy Marie Hooser, 47, of Vancouver died of smoke inhalation and blunt force injuries to the head, according to the Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office. The agency ruled the death a homicide.Clark County Sheriff’s Office Sgt. Duncan Hoss said that Hooser was an employee of the Oasis Food Mart and was opening up the store when the crime occurred.Detectives are still investigating whether the death was a result of a robbery or caused by someone who knows Hooser, Hoss said, adding that investigators are not releasing any more details, including whether they have identified a suspect. Hooser’s body was found following a fire that originated in the food mart at the Sifton area strip mall. Amy Hooser read more
Local leaders and elected officials are lobbying the Air Force to select the 911th Airlift Wing at Pittsburgh Air Reserve Station to host a new C-17 Globemaster squadron.An Air Force Reserve Command team recently evaluated the base, and officials could make a decision in the next month, reported the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.Replacing the unit’s eight C-130s with eight C-17s would add 100 to 200 full-time jobs and increase its reserve ranks, said 911th spokesman Jacob Morgan. The wing has about 1,200 reservists and 300 full-time military and civilian employees.In a letter to Air Force Secretary Deborah Lee James, Pennsylvania Sen. Bob Casey (D) noted that the 911th has been used extensively around the globe. “The 911th averages 800 airdrops annually and has supported combatant commands in more than 80 locations abroad over the past five years,” Casey stated.Because the Air National Guard’s 171st Air Refueling Wing also is located at Pittsburgh International Airport, the two units could conduct air-to-air refueling training, Casey added.The Allegheny County Airport Authority has offered to extend the base’s lease to 2048 and add 25 acres to the site to accommodate the larger aircraft. “We are working with our military partners to put them in the best position possible to be successful in their mission or any future changes,” said airport authority spokesman Bob Kerlik.Lt. Gov. Mike Stack, chairman of the Pennsylvania Military Community Enhancement Commission, said the host community would provide outstanding support for a C-17 mission.“Our state would enthusiastically welcome the C-17,” Stack wrote Lt. Gen. James Jackson, chief of staff for the Air Force Reserve. “The 911th Airlift Wing has a half-century-long history of service to our country and a strong community presence, one in which Western Pennsylvanians take great pride.” Dan Cohen AUTHOR read more
Screenshot from the video Silavut Atlannuraqtuq, Our Changing Weather, about climate change in Northwest Alaska. (Image courtesy of the Maniilaq Association and ANTHC)Alaskans have heard stories for years about how climate change is affecting subsistence hunting and fishing. Now researchers are trying to quantify that impact– and they’re finding the biggest problem is access.Listen NowThis summer, Maija Lukin set out to document changes around her home community of Kotzebue.For Lukin, the impacts of climate change are personal. She said her six-year-old niece is learning different rules for hunting and fishing than she did growing up.“She’s going to grow up learning, oh, we (always) have to check the ice,” Lukin said. “I never had to check the ice, ever.”Lukin heard similar stories all over the region, when she visited several villages this year with a videographer in tow.Lukin was the tribal environmental manager for the Maniilaq Association, the regional nonprofit. She’s now moved on to the National Park Service. She didn’t tell people she was making a video about climate change. She just asked, how has the weather changed in your lifetime?And, Lukin said, people talked. And talked. And talked.Iditarod musher John Baker told her, when he started running dogs 20 years ago, he could train year-round.“This year, I started running first of September,” Baker said. “And I’m having to run them only early in the morning because it’s so warm.”Carl Thomas of Deering said unreliable ice has made it difficult to hunt bearded seals, or oogruk.“This year, me and my friend actually shot an oogruk, and we tried to walk to it, but we couldn’t get to it because the ice was so rotten,” Thomas said.Their stories and more were captured in Lukin’s video, Silavut Atlannuraqtuq, or Our Changing Weather.Above all, people talked about how unpredictable the weather is now, and how that makes it harder to get out on the land.Those are exactly the kinds of issues University of Alaska Fairbanks biologist Todd Brinkman and his team found when they set out to assess the impact of climate change on subsistence use.“Our take-home finding was relatively surprising, in that we found that climate effects on the environment are having the largest impact on people’s ability to travel across landscapes and access these resources,” Brinkman said.In other words, the biggest effects right now aren’t on, say, the populations of caribou or seals. The biggest effects are on people’s ability to get to those animals.Brinkman and his colleagues conducted interviews in four villages — Wainwright and Kaktovik on the Arctic coast; and Venetie and Fort Yukon in the Interior — for a paper published this fall.Residents told them ice is thinner. Rivers are shallower. Permafrost is deteriorating. The biggest problem is just getting places.Brinkman said that’s a surprise for wildlife biologists, who are used to focusing on a species’ population size.“We make this assumption that if there’s an abundance of fish or game, hunting opportunities will follow suit, and they’ll be just fine,” Brinkman said. “But we found despite abundant resources, people were having trouble accessing them because of how the climate was changing the local environment.”One example of this: Bowhead whales. The bowhead population is growing. But harvests have been uncertain because of thinner sea ice and unpredictable weather.“Whalers have to be much more careful when they’re spring whaling, which occurs on sea ice — getting out to their whaling location, and finding a landing that’s stable enough to actually get the whale back onto after they harvest it,” Brinkman said. “So they may just be spending more time looking for ways to get out to their whaling area.”The question is, how big a deal is all of this? Are these changes just inconveniences — or something more?That’s what Brinkman’s newest research is focused on.“Are people not able to meet their needs?” Brinkman said. “Are they forced to make serous sacrifices? Are they forced to abandon hunting areas altogether?”To answer those questions, Brinkman and his colleagues have distributed GPS-equipped cameras in nine villages. As residents travel around the region, they’re asked to take photos of the kind of landscape changes that get in the way — from open water on rivers to fallen trees from recent wildfires.Researchers will then cross-reference that data with satellite and aerial images from NASA dating back to the 1980s, to determine whether these kinds of disturbances are happening more frequently than in the past.Another big question is how communities are adapting to these changes, whether through new technology or new approaches.Maija Lukin has one answer: Facebook.“Because it’s real time,” Lukin said. “If you have enough friends who are hunters, berry pickers or fishers, then you know where the safe ice is, and so you can see them posting pictures, and you can say, hey, Onion Portage, tons of caribou, go right now!” read more
Chiranjeevi and Pawan KalyanTwitterMegastar Chiranjeevi, Ram Charan and other members of the mega family have stayed away from campaigning for power star Pawan Kalyan’s Jana Sena Party in the impending Assembly elections in Andhra Pradesh.It is known that Chiranjeevi had floated his own political outfit called Praja Rajyam party in 2007. Along with his brother Chiru, Pawan Kalyan had toured the united Andhra Pradesh and campaigned for his party. But the mega brothers failed to bring the party to power and later, the party was merged with Congress. The power star, who was not happy with the decision, kept himself away from the mega family.Pawan Kalyan floated a new political outfit called Jana Sena Party in 2014. Instead of contesting, the power star went on to extend his party support to the TDP and BJP in the previous elections and was helpful in bringing both parties to power in both the state and centre. However, all these developments did not go down well with the mega family, which stayed away from the events and activities of the party.Over the years, Pawan Kalyan and Chiranjeevi sorted out their differences and appeared together on some events. The megastar and his other family members were expected to campaign for the power star’s party. But they have stayed away from the party, while the Agnyaathavaasi star toured the state all alone for a year and a half. Pawan Kalyan inducts his brother Nagababu in to Jana Sena partyTwitterChiranjeevi’s other brother Nagababu recently joined Jana Sena Party and is contesting as MP candidate from Narsapur constituency. On the other hand, mega fans expected the megastar to support of Pawan Kalyan but decided to let his brother canvass alone. Chiranjeevi was in an awkward moment when the angry fans of his brother mobbed him during a recent public appearance.Mega fans gathered around Chiranjeevi during a public appearance and forcibly made him shout the slogan – ‘Jai Jana Sena’. After this awkward situation, Chiru is said to have decided to avoid public meetings and media appearances until elections are concluded in the state.Mega power star Ram Charan, who is fond of his uncle very much, has stayed away from the election campaign for the Jana Sena Party. The mega family has nearly ten film heroes and hardly anyone of them is coming forward to support the actor. Even Varun Tej is not helping his father Naga Babu win MP seat.However, Andhra Pradesh, which goes for its assembly polls on April 11, is set to witness a triangular battle among three parties – TDP, YCP and JSP. Jagan Mohan Reddy has put out a tough fight for incumbent Chief Minister Nara Chandrababu Naidu. Pawan Kalyan knows that he can not win this tough fight, but he hopes to be a game changer like JD(S) leader HD Kumaraswamy in Karnataka. read more
Kolkata: Election strategist Prashant Kishor on Thursday again met West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at the state secretariat here on Thursday, sources said. Kishor was seen walking out of ‘Nabanna’ accompanied by Trinamool Congress MP and Banerjee’s nephew Abhishek Banerjee. This was Kishor’s second meeting with the Trinamool Congress supremo this month after he held a meeting with her for about 90 minutes on June 6 at the same venue. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata Speculation is rife that Banerjee’s party might hire Kishor’s services for the next state Assembly polls in 2021 though nothing has been officially communicated by Banerjee or the Trinamool. Trinamool Congress suffered a significant blow in 2019 as it managed to win just 22 out of 42 Lok Sabha seats in Bengal, 12 less than what it had won five years ago, while the BJP made massive inroads in the state by taking its tally of seats from two to 18. read more
News | Electronic Medical Records (EMR) | August 01, 2019 DrChrono Teams With DeepScribe to Automate Medical Note Taking in EHR DrChrono Inc. and DeepScribe announced a partnership so medical practices using DrChrono EHR can use artificial… read more 360 Photos | Ultrasound Imaging | July 11, 2019 360 Degree View of a Smartphone Performing a Cardiac Ultrasound Exam This 360 degree photo shows a basic, point-of-care cardiac echocardiogram being performed using a smartphone turned i read more Related Content News | PACS | August 08, 2019 NetDirector Launches Cloud-based PDF to DICOM Conversion Service NetDirector, a cloud-based data exchange and integration platform, has diversified their radiology automation options… read more Technology | Virtual and Augmented Reality | June 04, 2019 Ann Arbor Startup Launches Augmented Reality MRI Simulator SpellBound, an Ann Arbor startup specializing in augmented reality (AR) tools for children in hospitals, has officially… read more News | Remote Viewing Systems | June 04, 2019 Client Outlook’s eUnity Smartviewer Selected by Duke University Health System Client Outlook Inc. announced that Duke University Health System has implemented eUnity for enterprise viewing… read more News | Information Technology | June 25, 2019 Barco Launches Smart Solution for Remote Radiology Reading Barco’s new remote radiology reading solution ensures dependable imaging when radiologists are working outside the ho read more News | PACS Accessories | June 13, 2019 M*Modal and Community Health Network Partner on AI-powered Clinical Documentation M*Modal announced that the company and Community Health Network (CHNw) are collaborating to transform the patient-… read more Feature | Information Technology | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Mobile Device App Viewing in Radiology Mo… read more News | PACS | June 07, 2019 PaxeraHealth Wins Four New PACS Projects in Chile Picture archiving and communication system/radiology information system (PACS/RIS) developer PaxeraHealth has won four… read more News | Remote Viewing Systems | July 16, 2019 Anatomage Releases Anatomage Cloud Platform Anatomage Inc. released an update to the Anatomage Cloud platform that allows medical and dental professionals to… read more Technology | November 28, 2011 Fujifilm Shows Enhancements to Synapse Mobility App This year at RSNA 2011, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA Inc. will showcase the latest enhancements to Synapse Mobility. The new product offers a zero download, browser independent application for mobile devices.The latest version of the Synapse Mobility software will offer the ability for radiologists using Synapse PACS, RIS and Cardiovascular systems to access data and information from a mobile environment. The application will be available for purchase at the Apple Store.Synapse Mobility requires FDA 510(k) clearance and is not yet available for sale in the United States.For more information: www.fujifilmusa.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 The Ambra Health mobile app provides medical image access across Connecticut Orthopaedic Specialists’ 21 locations. read more
Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in WentzvilleMidas Hospitality wins eight industry awardsMidas Hospitality – a leading hotel development, management and investment firm – recently won eight Marriott awards for its properties located in Kentucky, Missouri and North Carolina. These awards represent commitment to exceptional guest service and highest overall quality for Marriott franchise partners.Midas Hospitality’s Residence Inn Charlotte, NC Airport property received a Diamond Circle award, which is given to hotels in the top 5% of the brand in overall guest satisfaction. Hotel manager Randy Rushakoff earned the Diamond General Manager of the Year as one of the brand’s top GMs for his leadership at the Charlotte property. The hotel also was honored with the RevPAR Index Improvement award for the highest year-over-year revenue increase.Silver Circle awards were given to Midas Hospitality for its Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Paducah, KY; Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott in Wentzville, MO; and Fairfield Inn & Suites-Airport property in Charlotte, NC. The Silver Circle award is presented to hotels in the top 20% of the brand in overall guest satisfaction.Fairfield Inn & Suites St. Louis-Westport’s Breakfast Manager Diane Chandley received the Breakfast Ambassador of the Year award for exemplary service and guest experience consistently demonstrated throughout 2018. With General Manager John Kudla at the helm, Residence Inn St. Louis-Westport was awarded the Opening Hotel of the Year.“I have the honor of working with developers and hospitality companies throughout North America, and Midas Hospitality consistently stands out as a company we trust will do the right thing and execute with excellence,” said Benjamin C. Jones, Senior Manager, Project Management at Global Design Americas at Marriott International. “Their people bring tremendous passion and expertise to everything they do. It’s a pleasure doing business with Midas Hospitality and their recognition is well deserved.”“We are very proud to be associated with Marriott in the development and management of their brand,” said David Robert, Midas Hospitality’s CEO and Co-Founder. “These awards reflect and inspire our ambition to be a company where people love to work, partners love the results, and everyone loves the experience.”For more information, call (314) 692-0100 or visit http://www.midashospitality.com.Midas HospitalityFounded in 2006, Midas Hospitality specializes in the development, management and investment of award-winning hotel properties across the U.S. The firm focuses on select-service and extended-stay experiences for global brands including Hilton, Marriott, and IHG. Midas’ headquarters are located at 1804 Borman Circle Dr. in Maryland Heights, Mo.Source = Midas Hospitality read more
Cheap, fun and social – hostels are amazing places to stay while you travel. They are a great way to meet fellow travellers and explore the world at a low cost and these days hostels are more and more determined to receive your approval via online reviews by providing great services and amenities. However, some places still may not live up to expectations and there will always be little irritations that arise from communal living. So, from bad roommates to mouldy showers we reveal the most common hostel horrors and how to handle them!1. The unexpected locationSo you arrive at your destination, feeling happy that you’ve got a bed pre-booked in a hostel with good reviews at a budget price. But wait – how many tube stops away from the train station is it? Where on the map is that street? Let’s face it, a hostel that isn’t slap bang in the centre of town might exaggerate a little about its proximity to the biggest attractions. 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