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first_img Read Full Story Lorelei Mucci, associate professor of epidemiology at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), studies the factors that influence prostate cancer risk and progression. She answers three questions about recent research findings in the field that have generated confusion for men trying to make the right choice for their health.Q: Two recent studies from the same research group found that high consumption of fatty acids from fish increased men’s risk of developing a high grade prostate cancer. But previous studies have shown that diets rich in fish lower men’s risk of developing advanced or lethal prostate cancer, as well as protecting against cardiovascular disease. Should men cut back on fish?A: Prostate cancer is challenging to study because so many men get diagnosed—one in six men in the U.S. will be diagnosed in their lifetime. But many of those men have a very slow-growing cancer that was only diagnosed because they were screened with the PSA [prostate-specific antigen] test. The proportion of those cancers that will go on to be fatal is very small.The results of epidemiologic studies on risk factors for prostate cancer can be influenced by whether the investigators considered how much PSA screening was happening in their study population. Men who participate in healthy behaviors such as eating fish are also the ones who are more likely to get screened. And if you get screened, we know that you are more likely to be diagnosed with these slow-growing cancers.last_img read more

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first_imgFrom Beautiful understudy to leading lady! Broadway alum Rebecca LaChance will star opposite the previously reported Michael Ball in the U.K.’s Mack & Mabel. The production will play the Festival Theatre, Chichester, July 13 through September 5, prior to a tour of the U.K. and Ireland. Opening night is scheduled for July 21. LaChance made her Broadway debut in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical as a featured ensemble member while understudying Jessie Mueller in the title role. Other credits include Johnny Baseball, Central Avenue Breakdown and If You Give a Mouse a Cookie. Based on the true romance between Hollywood legends Mack Sennett and Mabel Normand, the musical comedy received eight Tony Award nominations when it opened on Broadway in 1974. The score includes the classic songs “Time Heals Everything” and “I Won’t Send Roses.”center_img View Commentslast_img read more

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first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享S&P Global Market Intelligence ($):U.S. coal producers head into the second-quarter earnings season in the wake of a new round of industry bankruptcies, weakening seaborne prices, logistical challenges and tough domestic sales prospects.Seven of the 10 publicly traded coal companies analyzed by S&P Global Market Intelligence are expected to report lower EPS in the second quarter compared to the prior quarter. Despite the challenges facing the sector, only one of the nine companies, Foresight Energy LP, is expected to a report a loss.“The first half of 2019 is in the books, and it wasn’t pretty for most coal equities,” Seaport Global Securities analyst Mark Levin concluded in a July 9 analyst note. “Not one coal equity outperformed the S&P 500.”Two rail providers that provide services to the coal sector have reported results that included reduced domestic and export coal volumes in the recent quarter. Meanwhile, several producers in the sector are in the middle of Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganizations, including large, pure-play Powder River Basin coal producer Cloud Peak Energy Inc.Prices for metallurgical coal remain above five- and 10-year average prices but were still down from the prior year, Levin noted. Meanwhile, coal’s share of U.S. electricity generation in April declined to 25% from 27% the year before.“Most investors expect the utility coal market to get worse before it gets better,” Levin wrote. “Most investors to whom we speak think the U.S. utility coal market will be worse in 2020 than in 2019.”More ($): H1’19 ‘wasn’t pretty for most’ US coal producers heading into earnings season U.S. coal analysts say struggling sector likely to face even more problems in 2020last_img read more

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first_img In addition, the murder of civilians during the conflict represents one third of violent deaths registered in Colombia in the reporting period, Suárez added, while acknowledging there was “an important registry of unofficial figures.” “With regard to the 220,000 victims, we know where, when, (they were murdered) who did it, and in several cases, who was the victim. This is not an approximation,” he explained. However, this figure may reach 5.7 million, considering that there are about 819,510 documented cases between 1985 and 1995 by the NGO, Consultancy for Human Rights and Displacement (CODHES). The report, made by social investigators and presented as the most complete study of Colombia’s internal conflict, stated that 220,000 deaths have taken place, 81.5% of which are civilians and 18.5 are combatants. This means that “eight out of 10 dead were civilians, who are also [the group] most affected by the violence,” stated Andrés Suárez, one of the authors of the report, based on the Register of Victims (RUV), and on his own private research and investigations. The document also added that until March 31, the RUV reported 25,007 missing people; 1,754 victims of sexual violence; 6,421 minors recruited by armed groups and 4.7 million displaced people. By Dialogo July 29, 2013center_img Although the state unit for Victims Reparations said that Colombia’s armed conflict since 1974 resulted in 600,000 deaths, Suárez added that the information is distorted. “It is confusing victims of the conflict with the number of victims from generalized violence,” the researcher said, adding that drug traffickers and social cleansing groups were responsible for these crimes. Most victims of Colombia’s armed conflict are civilians, and represent eight out of every 10 dead, according to a study by the Center of Historical Memory, a presidential institution. Moreover, the study indicates that between 1970 and 2010, 27,023 kidnappings associated with the conflict were reported, as well as 10,189 victims of antipersonnel mines.last_img read more

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first_imgI think you’d like my brother, Mike. He loves to share things that he thinks will be helpful. He’s pretty darn upbeat. And he laughs at my jokes. In other words, he’s very kind.About a month ago, he sent me a pic via Messenger. Here it is.It is pretty simple, but I think it is very powerful. continue reading » 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

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first_img 66SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr continue reading » If you are a credit union still waiting on the data analytics sidelines, you’re already too late. Data analytics is not a fad – it is a major opportunity for credit unions to gain deeper insights and improve decision making to create a strong and competitive future. However, it is not always clear where credit unions should begin. To help answer these questions, John Best recently spoke with Clay Yearsley, SVP of Data Analytics at Texas Trust Credit Union about getting started on the analytics journey, the skills needed, and the value of data in the podcast, “Catching a Unicorn – Discussing Data Analytics with Clay Yearsley”.Getting Started with Analytics at your Credit Union:There is a reason for using the word “journey” to describe the investment in data analytics. A financial institution cannot simply purchase a shiny new computer or software system and immediately have every question answered and every problem solved. As Clay expresses in the podcast while discussing the analytics journey, “It’s a practice that you build, and a data warehouse is a vital piece in that practice.”Put differently, by John Best, CEO, Best Innovation Group, “Analytics is a discipline, and not a product.”last_img read more

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first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York As the Mets were striking out in Queens Tuesday night, the five top Democrats running for president were hitting all the issues in Las Vegas.The clear winner, when the game, or rather the debate was over, had to be former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Even Donald Trump thought so, judging by his tweet: “In all fairness, like her or not, she did her job.”  In other words, he probably wouldn’t have fired her. The Washington Post pundit Dana Milbank observed that though she may have been notably shorter than her rivals, “she towered over them.”Clinton had center stage at the ballroom at the Wynn hotel, owned by billionaire Steve Wynn. To her left stood ex-Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley and ex-Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee. On her right were Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, who served in the Reagan administration as secretary of the Navy. In all, the senators had a 3-to-2 advantage over the governors, considering that New Yorkers elected Clinton to the Senate after she’d been First Lady.Speaking of the White House, the apparent loser would have to be Vice President Joe Biden, whose podium was ready back stage in case he decided at the last minute to fly to Vegas. Biden’s undiminished popularity, especially after he had to endure the recent tragic death of his son Beau, has led a crew of Democrats with deep pockets to fund a Draft Biden super-PAC, who have pointed to the steadily diminishing popularity of Clinton, the frontrunner.But the dynamics of the Democratic nomination may have shifted so much from the Tuesday night debate that Biden may have lost the opportunity to make a difference in the race, assuming he would even want to run, and his statements on that have been more enigmatic than pronouncements from the oracle at Delphi. By most accounts, his support would come at the expense of Clinton, raising the chances that the “Democratic Socialist” from Vermont would get the nomination. Whether Sanders could win the general election is the billion-dollar question.Clinton seemed to relish the spotlight, and nothing the men said knocked her off stride. Her supporters, no doubt reeling from the bad press spilling out this summer about the way the former Secretary of State had mishandled her private email server, could let out a huge sigh of relief. Congressional Republicans have spent more than $4 million on their Benghazi committee that was first investigating the death of the American ambassador in Libya and shifted its focus to Clinton’s private emails. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy let the cat out of the bag when he admitted that the purpose of the ongoing investigation has been to knock down her poll numbers and raise the public’s doubts about her trustworthiness. On the campaign trail she’s mishandled her explanations; even her apology sounded false. At the Wynn hotel, she came off more polished in her response.But she got an unexpected lift from Sanders at the expense of Anderson Cooper, whose role as media attack dog hit a snag when her Vermont rival refused to take the bait.“Let me say something that may not be great politics, but I think the secretary is right—and that is that the American people are sick and tired of hearing about your damn emails,” Sanders said. The audience cheered wildly. Clinton reached out and shook his hand. “Thank you!” she said, adding, “Me, too! Me, too!” Sanders’ comment resonated so widely because he not only hit the nail on the head, but he also pinpointed something else the American people are sick and tired of hearing: rabid politicians who substitute venom for intelligent discourse.Cooper had torn into Sanders, too, describing a hypothetical Republican attack ad against him in lurid terms: Saying he’d supported the Sandinistas in Nicaragua and gone honeymooning in the Soviet Union. As some of us recall, the Sandinistas were very popular among the American left before they came to power in Managua and for a few years afterwards until they were voted out. Sanders and his second wife had indeed gone to Yaroslavl, the sister city of Burlington, because he was mayor at the time.To Sanders’ credit he gave a credible defense of what he means when he calls himself a Democratic socialist as opposed to being a capitalist: “Do I consider myself part of the casino capitalist process by which so few have so much and so many have so little, by which Wall Street’s greed and recklessness wrecked this economy? No, I don’t.” And in response to a statement from Clinton about how she’d crack down on Wall Street wrongdoers, he retorted, “Congress does not regulate Wall Street. Wall Street regulates Congress.”Sanders and Clinton did differ on gun control, and she criticized the senator for opposing legislation imposing penalties on gun manufacturers—a position favored by the National Rifle Association—that she supported when she was also on Capitol Hill. In their televised clash over the issue Tuesday night, she came out on top. When Sanders mentioned how a democratic socialist government like Denmark provided better public services to their citizens than Americans get, she rebutted him without getting personal: “We are not Denmark—I love Denmark—we are the United States.” And she went to praise our economic system for creating “the greatest middle class in the history of the world.” She agreed with him that “it’s our job to rein in the excesses of capitalism so that it doesn’t run amok and doesn’t cause the kind of inequities we’re seeing in our economic system.” In a battle of soundbites, saving the middle class probably trumps defending Denmark when it comes to connecting with general election voters.But here is where Sanders did succeed in front of a national audience. By putting the other four candidates in the position of trying – and failing – to defend capitalism in opposition to the broad moral value of Sanders’ socialist vision, he changed the discourse that has shaped progressive politics for decades. He is taking back the word “socialist,” a label that has been so poisonous that the Republicans relied almost solely on its power to slander President Obama (falsely) and sabotage both of his presidential campaigns (unsuccessfully). By defining it in public, Sanders took back ownership of the word and can now harness its power for the good of the left. Now if he could only set his sights on the word “liberal.”As for the other three guys on stage, Andy Borowitz, the best-selling humor author and New Yorker contributor, had a good line, saying that by a wide margin polls showed that viewers wanted these men removed from the debate.Martin O’Malley got points for being the handsomest guy on stage, but his record as Maryland governor and Baltimore mayor was not so hot. His current criticism of Clinton rang hollow when she thanked him warmly for supporting her in the 2008 primary race.Lincoln Chafee did himself no favors when he fumbled his attempts to sound more ethical than Clinton and admitted that he had no clue what he was doing when he cast his first vote as senator to repeal the Depression-era Glass-Steagall act in 1999. He told Cooper, who pressed the point, that the moderator was “being a little rough.”Given his stiff demeanor at his podium, Jim Webb looked like he was waiting for someone offstage to yell, “At ease!” He didn’t help his cause by whining over how little attention he was getting compared to Sanders and Clinton. On the other hand, when he answered Cooper’s sophomoric question about whom they’d be proud to put on their enemies list, he showed his military mettle without any pussy-footing around: “I’d have to say the enemy soldier that threw the grenade that wounded me, but he’s not around right now to talk to.”When it came to substance, all the candidates on stage had something meaningful to say, but what Sanders and Clinton said carried the most weight, in part because they represent the best the Democratic Party has to offer, at least right now.In one telling exchange they all differed over Edward Snowden, the NSA whistle-blower now holding up in Moscow, whose story was the subject of Laura Poitras’s Oscar-winning documentary “Citizenfour.” Cooper asked if Snowden should be allowed to return to the U.S. or be regarded as a traitor for giving highly classified documents to the media. Clinton said Snowden stole documents that had fallen into the wrong hands. That claim is unfounded. Snowden has said that he destroyed his files before leaving Hong Kong, where he was filmed for the documentary. Also, O’Malley claimed Snowden “ran to Russia.” Snowden became stuck there after the U.S. revoked his passport while he was en route to a third country. Sanders notably said that Snowden had “played a very important role in educating the American people.” Interestingly, only Chafee said he regarded Snowden as “a hero.” The other four wanted him to come home and face “the music,” as Clinton put it.At least with this group, there was no denying of science–the words “climate change” were actually uttered aloud–and they debated how best to help end economic inequality and promote prosperity without cutting Social Security or gutting Medicare, or giving the rich more tax breaks, something that would be unheard of from the dozen or so contenders on the other side.With Rashed Mian View image | gettyimages.comlast_img read more

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first_imgThe Croatian National Tourist Board conducts post-season campaigns in eleven key world markets such as Germany, Austria, Great Britain, France, Italy, Norway, the Czech Republic or Spain.Campaigns on portals, displays, social networks Facebook, Instagram and Twitter and YouTube channels last until the end of September this year, and are focused on advertising and promoting nautical and cultural tourism, gastronomy and active holidays through adventure, sports and cycling.The promotion of Croatia through our celebrated footballers continues Fire connect with their hometowns. Visually and communicatively connected are Slavonski Brod and Marijo Mandžukić, Donji Miholjac and Domagoj Vida, Zadar and Luka Modrić, Omiš and Ivan Perišić, Imotski and Ante Rebić, Karlovac and Dejan Lovren, etc. through the version of the slogan “Croatia, Full of excellent players ”. The post-season campaign is accompanied by the autumn version of the Croatia Feeds campaign entitled “Take a Tour of Champions in the Tiny Country Which Dared to Dream “or” Go on a tour of the champions in a small country that dared to dream “.One of the visuals used in the promotion of cultural tourism is Nikola Tesla, or his Memorial Center in his native Smiljani, through the title “This Place is Electrifying!” active and cyclo tourism is promoted through Pag and title “You’ve Tried Moon-Walking But Have You Tried Moon-Cycling?” while the top Croatian gastronomy, among other things, is promoted with “This meet is so delicious because it’s made by the wind.”Join us in the promotionSynergy is key, and we all have the same goal – the promotion of our tourist destination. Get involved in the promotion, and you can do that if you just share the posts, below in the attachment, on your social networks. So the story spreads as well as the commercial. Win-win for everyone.TAKE A TOUR OF CHAMPIONS IN THE TINY COUNTRY WHICH DARED TO DREAMTHIS PLACE IS ELECTRIFYING! EAT LIKE A LOCAL, FEEL LIKE A LOCAL YOU’VE TRIED MOON-WALKING BUT HAVE YOU’RI TRIED MOON-CYCLING?By the way, the “Croatia Feeds” platform was launched two years ago, and the main goal of the campaign is to inspire potential tourists to choose Croatian destinations in an original way. In addition to the Croatian National Tourist Board, members of the Google creative team “The ZOO” who cooperate with numerous global brands and agencies also participated in the creation of the campaign and its content.Also, promote and share other posts on Croatia Feeds platformlast_img read more

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first_imgTierney missed out against West Ham (Picture: Getty Images)Mikel Arteta has eased fears over Kieran Tierney’s injury after the Arsenal left-back sat out the 2-1 win over West Ham on Saturday.The Scotland international was in line to start against the Hammers, but was pulled out at the last minute due to ‘muscular discomfort’ and replaced by Sead Kolasinac.Tierney’s strong presence in defence and attack was missed as the Gunners struggled to a narrow victory against David Moyes’ side. Kolasinac deputised for Tierney (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal struggled to get any passing rhythm going and took the lead against the run of play in the first half, with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang setting up Alexandre Lacazette for a simple header.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTWest Ham clawed a goal back through Michail Antonio on the stroke of half-time as they were rewarded for their tenacious display.Despite the Hammers having the better opportunities in the second half, a smart pass from Bukayo Saka set Dani Ceballos free, who squared it for Eddie Nketiah to roll into an empty net late on, handing Arteta’s side their second successive win in the Premier League.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing ArsenalSpeaking after the game, the Spanish boss provided a positive update on Tierney’s fitness.He said: ‘Kieran is fine. He had a little muscular discomfort in the last few days. He tried today and worked in the warm-up but he wasn’t feeling comfortable today. ‘We could not control it. We believed that he was going to be fit but during the warm-up, in the last 10 minutes, he said he wasn’t feeling OK. ‘We had to make a decision. We were prepared just in case and Kola came on and had a good game.’MORE: Michael Owen makes predictions for Man Utd, Arsenal and Chelsea vs LiverpoolMORE: Mesut Ozil’s situation at Arsenal is ‘devastating’ says Ian WrightFollow Metro Sport across our social channels, on Facebook, Twitter and InstagramFor more stories like this, check our sport page Mikel Arteta provides Kieran Tierney injury update after Arsenal left-back missed West Ham win Metro Sport ReporterSunday 20 Sep 2020 7:58 amShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link8.5kShares Advertisement View 3 comments Advertisementlast_img read more