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Jaswant Rathore, a doctor of Indian origin in the United Kingdom, was sentenced to 12 years in prison on Jan. 17 for sexual assault on four women patients from 2008 to 2015.The 60 -year-old general practitioner had migrated to the United Kingdom at the age of three with his family. He was leading the primary care section of the Dudley Clinical Commissioning Group.The doctor from West Midlands was convicted of 10 charges of sexual assault between 2008 and 2015. He was found guilty of eight counts of sexual assault and two counts of assault by penetration on patients whose age was between 20 and 30 years over a period of two and a half years.A statement from the Crown Prosecution Service said that on May 24, 2015, one of Rathore’s patients contacted police to inform them that she had been sexually assaulted by the doctor at his Castle Meadows Surgery where he was the practice principal. The statement added that during the manipulations and without proper consent, Rathore removed the victim’s clothes and touched her inappropriately. This made her feel uncomfortable and distressed.“Many witnesses in the trial spoke highly of your professionalism, diligence, expertise and amiability. These qualities made you, for many of your patients, the ‘go-to’ doctor in the area. You used your standing within the community as a cloak behind which you could carry out sexual assaults on your patients for your personal gratification,” judge Michael Challinor said while sentencing him, the Guardian reported.The judge added that Rathore had violated the faith his patients had in him to carry out legitimate medical procedures. During a seven-week hearing, the Wolverhampton crown court was told that the doctor had assaulted patients who visited him complaining of vomiting and hay fever. He would pretend as if the actions were required for the diagnosis and treatment.The jury found Rathore not guilty of eight suspected sexual assaults on four other patients. The doctor denied all charges levied on him and said that he maintained professional decorum while treating the patients. The touching in each case was a part of “manipulative therapy” and was medically right.“You deliberately avoided offering chaperones, giving little or no explanation for what you were doing, and failed to make adequate notes in order to hide your offending,” added judge Challinor. He also said that some of the behavior of the doctor showed a breathtaking degree of arrogance. “You no doubt hoping your standing in the medical community would enable you to talk your way out of any difficulty,” said the judge, the report added.Rathore had been instructed to register as a sex offender for life. The General Medical Council suspended him after he was arrested and he was made the subject of a 15-year sexual harm prevention order.Detective Inspector Michelle Thurgood of West Midlands Police, who led the police investigation for this case, said that it was a terrible breach of trust and it came from a doctor who held a position of respect in the community.“Many of the patients had gone to him for many years, so absolutely trusted him. We go to our doctor when we’re at our most vulnerable and he has abused that trust by carrying out those offences,” said Thurgood, reported PTI. He added that the police suspected that there may be others who were assaulted by the doctor as he was in the profession for a long time. Thurgood urged others who may have been assaulted by the doctor to come forward.“Dr Jaswant Rathore abused his position of trust to carry out a series of sexual assaults against a number of his female patients. He preyed on women who contacted him for medical assistance, but rather than offer them help, he assaulted them for his own sexual gratification,” Ian Pinkney from the Crown Prosecution Service said in a statement.Pinkney added that the defendant did not have the relevant skills, techniques and training to perform the therapy that he was offering, nor did he provide the necessary safeguards to the victims when he conducted the manipulations. Related ItemsBritish IndianUnited Kingdomwomen’s rights
Former captain Sunil Gavaskar has predicted an India vs England final at the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 in May.India are one of the favourites to lift the trophy for the third time but it will be easier said than done for Virat Kohli’s team.”It certainly is an India vs England final. I think the best thing for Virat is that he has got MS Dhoni around him – Virat has to be in the deep. From the deep, it’s not always possible.. that’s when MSD comes into play. That is Virat’s biggest plus.”He has got a bowling attack which can take wickets in any kind of conditions. 390 is not going to happen with this Indian bowling attack. All-round, the team that has got, is the team that is being moulded by MSK Prasad and his co-selectors,” Gavaskar said at the India Today Conclave 2019.Former Australian opener Matthew Hayden meanwhile, feels the World Cup is going to be a three-horse race between India, hosts England and Australia.”Three-horse race. Australia should be there. India and England. They feel the home pressure and that gives Australia and India a great chance,” Hayden at the Conclave.2015-World Cup winning skipper Michael Clarke however, had a different take on the winner of the tournament.”I believe the most courageous team will win the World Cup. Australia in regards to the competition are trying to compete as opposed to trying to win. Selection has got to be courageous. Five or six teams can win it. The key is to make to make it to the semi-finals,” Clarke said.advertisement
Sachin Tendulkar said he was surprised with David Warner’s low strike rate after Australia failed to chase down 353 against India at The Oval on Sunday. India who scored 352 for 5 off their 50 overs, won by 36 runs after a spectacular effort by their bowlers.Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah bowled brilliantly upfront to keep Warner and Aaron Finch in check. In fact, it was Finch who first showed some intent even as Warner continued to struggle.David Warner was in brilliant form in the 2019 Indian Premier League when he scored 692 runs from 12 matches. Against India at the World Cup, Warner who has a career strike rate of 95.47 in one-day internationals, managed 56 off 84 balls at a strike rate of 66.66.Speaking to India Today after India’s win, Sachin Tendulkar said: “When we started bowling. we kept them under pressure. Never seen Warner kept quiet for such a long time. His strike trate today is unheard of. I felt the Australians faltered in their strategy, You don’t change 350 in singles and twos.”Sachin Tendulkar said he could understand Australia did not want to lose wickets early but felt they failed to rotate the strike well which allowed India to exert more pressure.”Our all round performance has been good. Bhuvneshwar Kumar started well and kept things quiet. I completely agree (with Australian tactics) you do not want to lose early wickets but you need to rotate the strike. Strike rotation took place only when Steve Smith walked in,” Tendulkar said.Sachin Tendulkar said Australia also had to pay for their dropped catches. Rohit Sharma was dropped on 2 while Hardik Pandya was dropped on 0. Rohit went on to score 57 and Hardik smashed a quick 48 as India posted a record score against Australia in World Cups.advertisementAlso Read | World Cup 2019: Apologised to Steve Smith on behalf of crowd, says Virat KohliAlso Read | World Cup 2019: Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli and bowlers shine as India wallop AustraliaAlso Read | World Cup 2019: Sachin Tendulkar wants Shikhar Dhawan to break his record in ICC tournamentsAlso Read | World Cup 2019: We had a point to prove, says Virat Kohli after India beat Australia
Robertson hails manner of Liverpool win at Brightonby Paul Vegas9 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool fullback Andrew Robertson hailed the manner of their 1-0 win at Brighton.Reds boss Jurgen Klopp dubbed it their “most mature performance”.And Robertson agrees, “Whoever wins the league will look back on some games and go, ‘Do you know what? We probably weren’t at our best there. That was probably one that helped us turn one point into three or zero into one.“If we manage to do it, I’m sure we’ll look back on this game as one of them. It’s the winning mentality and finding a way. That’s what we did. That’s what all the teams are doing now. City haven’t played their best but have been winning games and Tottenham have done the same. “People can overreact when you go that long without the first defeat, but we all stayed calm. We knew what we had to do.“We knew how long this run-in was going to be, and that the chances of us being unbeaten this season were very hard. But we were still four points clear after Man City and now we go to seven again. Obviously they have the game in hand but we’ve got the points on the board.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Norwich City return to the Premier League five years since relegation to the second tier following their 2018-19 Championship title triumph.German coach Daniel Farke has been successful in rebuilding the Canaries since his appointment in 2017, adopting a fast-paced, possession-focused style similar to that of his former Dortmund side.The newly promoted club visit last season’s top-flight runners-up Liverpool on the opening day of the season before a first home game at Carrow Road against Newcastle United. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? Norwich’s full 2019-20 Premier League fixture list can be found below.Norwich City Premier League 2019-20 fixtures Date Time Match 09/08/2019 20:00 Liverpool v Norwich City 17/08/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Newcastle United 24/08/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Chelsea 31/08/2019 15:00 West Ham United v Norwich City 14/09/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Manchester City 21/09/2019 15:00 Burnley v Norwich City 28/09/2019 15:00 Crystal Palace v Norwich City 05/10/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Aston Villa 19/10/2019 15:00 Bournemouth v Norwich City 26/10/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Manchester United 02/11/2019 15:00 Brighton v Norwich City 09/11/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Watford 23/11/2019 15:00 Everton v Norwich City 30/11/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Arsenal 04/12/2019 19:45 Southampton v Norwich City 07/12/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Sheffield United 14/12/2019 15:00 Leicester City v Norwich City 21/12/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Wolverhampton 26/12/2019 15:00 Aston Villa v Norwich City 28/12/2019 15:00 Norwich City v Tottenham Hotspur 01/01/2020 15:00 Norwich City v Crystal Palace 11/01/2020 15:00 Manchester United v Norwich City 18/01/2020 15:00 Norwich City v Bournemouth 22/01/2020 19:45 Tottenham Hotspur v Norwich City 01/02/2020 15:00 Newcastle United v Norwich City 08/02/2020 15:00 Norwich City v Liverpool 22/02/2020 15:00 Wolverhampton v Norwich City 29/02/2020 15:00 Norwich City v Leicester City 07/03/2020 15:00 Sheffield United v Norwich City 14/03/2020 15:00 Norwich City v Southampton 21/03/2020 15:00 Norwich City v Everton 04/04/2020 15:00 Arsenal v Norwich City 11/04/2020 15:00 Norwich City v Brighton 18/04/2020 15:00 Watford v Norwich City 25/04/2020 15:00 Norwich City v West Ham United 02/05/2020 15:00 Chelsea v Norwich City 09/05/2020 15:00 Norwich City v Burnley 17/05/2020 15:00 Manchester City v Norwich City Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.
Natural Resources Minister John MacDonell and Jim Prentice, Minister Responsible for Parks Canada, today, May 18, announced that the province and the government of Canada will take the necessary steps to designate Sable Island as a national park under the Canada National Parks Act. “The national park designation gives Sable Island the highest level of protection of its natural and cultural features,” said Mr. MacDonell. “The next step is to hear from Mi’kmaq and others as we work with the federal government on an agreement to conserve and manage the island for present and future generations.” “It is with pleasure that I announce the commitment by the governments of Canada and Nova Scotia to permanently protect Sable Island as a national park,” said Mr. Prentice. “In this the International Year of Biodiversity, what better way to celebrate than by ensuring the long-lasting protection of Sable Island, its majestic horses and some of the rarest birds and wildlife in Canada by designating it a national park.” The ministers also announced that public consultations on the conservation, management and operational issues with the designation would begin soon. After consulting Mi’kmaq, the public, stakeholders and others, the governments will negotiate an establishment agreement to designate the area for protection under the Canada National Parks Act. In January, the ministers signed a memorandum of understanding to create the Canada-Nova Scotia Sable Island Task Group to recommend whether Sable Island should be designated a national park or a national wildlife area. The task group consisting of representatives of Parks Canada, Environment Canada and the Nova Scotia Department of Natural Resources, recommended a national park designation would bring a long-term conservation framework to Sable Island. Sable Island supports some important wildlife populations including between 150 and 400 wild horses that were introduced shortly after 1738, numerous migrant birds and breeding birds including nesting colonial water birds including herring gulls, great black backed gulls, and common terns. It also supports the world’s largest congregation of breeding grey seals, along with harbour seals. There are many species at risk, including virtually the world’s entire population of the vulnerable Ispwich Savannah sparrow. The island is 40 kilometres long, and is composed entirely of unconsolidated sand, stabilised primarily by vegetation cover and ocean currents. Its primary habitats are native grassland and mud/sand flats. This year marks the 125th anniversary of the creation of Canada’s first national park and the world’s third protected area, as well as the International Year of Biodiversity, a celebration that brings greater attention to the importance of protecting biodiversity around the world. Today’s announcement is a concrete example of the government of Canada’s action to protect Canada’s exceptional biodiversity for future generations.
Rabat – Medical students will continue with a series of ongoing protests despite the recent call from Morocco’s Minister of Education,Said Amzazi. In this call, Amzazi tells students to end the strikes and return to class, stressing that the dates for the final exams have been decided and will not change. The National Commission of Medical Students announced that the students will take to the street for another march on May 30. The students will begin their march from the headquarters of the Ministry of Health to the parliament.Read Also: Minister Calls on Medical Students to End Strikes for Final ExamsThe committee also announced that some medical students will boycott their 7th year internships in regional and provincial hospitals for two weeks, starting May 27. On May 20, Amzazi said that the Ministry of Education has taken the necessary measures to make up for the time that medical students missed during the continuous protests. He also said that the ministry decided on the dates of exams.“Those who will take the exams are are welcome, and those who will miss it should shoulder their responsibility,” said Amzazi.The students have been on strike for nearly two months to protest against a range of issues including the privatization of medical education and services, the need for enhancing the training conditions for medical students, and the need for necessary medical equipment in training spaces.Earlier this week, medical students rejected a draft agreement from the government. The agreement proposed by the ministry of health includes the “reduction of expenses and material costs for dental students.” The draft agreement also proposed that “private faculties need to create their own hospital training space.”The agreement also wants to “increase in the number of positions awarded to medical graduates in pharmacy and dentistry.”
Javed Ahmed Mir, 35, was shot while covering a demonstration near Bagh-e-Mehtab on 13 August. “I trust that the authorities will do all in their power to shed light on this crime and that the condition necessary for the media to exercise its functions be improved,” said the Director-General of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Koïchiro Matsuura.“It is essential for democracy and rule of law that journalists be able to exercise their profession freely and contribute to informed debate. Stifling debate only breeds frustration and violence, which is why I urge the authorities to support journalists in Kashmir,” he added.According to Reporters without Borders, at least 32 journalists have been beaten by members of the security forces since the start of the demonstrations a few weeks ago, and about 10 of them have been hospitalized. Three journalists are reported to have been attacked by demonstrators. 16 September 2008The United Nations agency tasked with promoting press freedom has deplored the death of a local television cameraman in Indian-administered Kashmir, and voiced concern for the safety of journalists in the area.
WASHINGTON — The Pentagon said on Wednesday it would pull funding from 127 Defense Department projects, including schools and daycare centers for military families, as it diverts $3.6 billion to fund President Donald Trump’s wall along the U.S. border with Mexico.Schools for the children of U.S. military members from Kentucky to Germany to Japan will be affected.A daycare center at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland — the home of Air Force One — will also have its funds diverted, the Pentagon said.Trump declared a national emergency earlier this year to access the funds from the military construction budget.In March, the Pentagon sent to Congress a broad list of projects that could be affected.Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet,but your article continues below.The old, six-foot border fence in Tecate, California—installed in the 1990s—was made from salvaged military landing mats.It’s being replaced by 30-foot steel wall. pic.twitter.com/kuVCHNyXmD— The White House (@WhiteHouse) August 30, 2019On Tuesday, the Pentagon said the first $1.8 billion would come from projects outside the United States, followed by projects inside the country.Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said the Trump administration’s reallocation of funds was a “slap in the face” to members of the U.S. military.The wall was a central promise of Trump’s 2016 campaign and remains central to his immigration policies as he aims for re-election in 2020.The Wall is going up very fast despite total Obstruction by Democrats in Congress, and elsewhere! https://t.co/12tIW3aNQP pic.twitter.com/2nFIEFppho— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 28, 2019Some $30 million of funds for an equipment building at Fort Huachuca in southern Arizona will be diverted to pay for the wall.Republican U.S. Senator Martha McSally of Arizona “fought to ensure” no projects in her state would be affected and was guaranteed that by former acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan, she said in a statement. ‘NOBODY SPEAKS FOR THE UNITED STATES’: Trump accuses France’s Macron of sending ‘mixed signals’ to Iran ‘I LOVE THE GUY’: Supporter who Trump says has ‘serious weight problem’ not upset by president’s jab She said the Fort Huachuca project was already delayed.House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a call with fellow Democrats on Tuesday that the diversion of military funds “will undermine our national security, quality of life and morale of our troops, and that indeed makes America less safe,” according to an aide.
https://jrnl.ie/4630368 Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday A man dies on Carrauntoohil, alleged Garda discrimination of Travellers, and Darkness into Light. By Gráinne Ní Aodha Source: Trevor McCarthy/Twitter 1 Comment 15,999 Views Pics from the ‘Darkness into Light’ walk this morning in Skerries North Co Dublin. Well done to all who took part in all parts of the country.This walk together is dedicated to ending suicide & supporting those who engage in self-harm. pic.twitter.com/D7vJfRLIiA— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) May 11, 2019 Darkness into light Kilmallock 2019.Well done to all the organizers for such a special occasion .Pic: Jack O’Shea #Kilmallock #Darknessinlight #pietahouse pic.twitter.com/VZtXVbqDpx— Trevor McCarthy (@TrevorMac85) May 11, 2019 Share7 Tweet Email Saturday 11 May 2019, 7:52 PM Get our daily news round up: A male teenager presented himself to Gardaí in relation to the fatal stabbing of an 18-year-old teenager in Dundrum, Dublin last nightA man died while climbing Carrauntoohil in Co KerryTwo men appeared in a Derry court charged with rioting on the night that journalist Lyra McKee was shot deadA man was charged over a motorway crash in Australia in which an Irishman was killed.Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan is in discussions with Garda Commissioner Drew Harris over a case of alleged Garda discrimination against TravellersThe latest satisfaction ratings in the government and Taoiseach show the popularity of both at its lowest level since Leo Varadkar took the job in June 2017.WORLD Pro-democracy and pro-Beijing lawmakers scuffle in the Hong Kong chamber. Source: Kin Cheung/PA Images#SCUFFLE: Anger over Hong Kong’s plans to allow extraditions to China came to a boil in the city’s legislature, as rival politicians scuffled with each other in chaotic scenes.#NUCLEAR ‘THREAT’: The US deployed an amphibious assault ship and a missile battery to bolster an aircraft carrier and B-52 bombers already sent to the Gulf, ratcheting up pressure on Iran amidst reports of an impending “threat”.#PAKISTAN: One person was killed after three gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the southwestern Pakistani city of Gwadar, the military said.PARTING SHOTThousands of people took to their streets, local parks, and in some cases the sea this morning for Pieta House’s annual Darkness into Light event.Donning yellow t-shirts and bibs, and wrapped up warm, an estimated 200,000 people turned up to raise awareness and funds for mental health, self-harm and suicide prevention organisations.You can see pictures of this year’s event here, or the tweets below. May 11th 2019, 7:52 PM Source: An Garda Síochána/Twitter NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a round up of today’s news.IRELAND Australian yoga expert Amanda Bisk, who presented WellFest 2019 at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham this weekend. Source: Marc O’Sullivan Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Taxpayers trying to submit their annual income tax declarations or seek papers regarding their tax data were frustrated over the weekend as procedures were suspended in the wake of the forced resignation of the Finance Ministry’s general secretary for public revenues, Haris Theoharis, last Thursday.Officials said the government’s online Taxisnet system, which was suspended on Monday, would be operational again as of Tuesday.Just a few minutes after Theoharis’s controversial departure last Thursday, the government issued an announcement on its opengov.gr website seeking a replacement.The departure of the 42-year-old IT specialist from a role created in 2012 under the instructions of Greece’s international creditors in a bid to make tax collection more independent prompted the European Commission to express “serious concern.”Source: Kathimerini
9 Photos 2:09 Apple Watch gets FDA-cleared EKG features Now playing: Watch this: Wellness Drone delivers human kidney for the first time Share your voice Does a Theragun work better than going to a massage therapist? Massage has long been used as a technique to reduce muscle soreness, and most of us can agree that a 60-minute Swedish feels fantastic for mind and body. Because percussive therapy devices like the Theragun do essentially the same thing — but much faster and perhaps deeper — it makes sense to think that a massage gun works better than a massage therapist. Theragun’s website claims their devices provide “deeper and more efficient results than massage,” but as with many newer devices and modalities, not enough science exists one way or the other to be conclusive. Some research shows that vibration therapy isn’t effective at all as a recovery method, but other research has determined that it’s at least as effective as going to get a massage. How much do they cost? They cost exponentially more than an hour-long (or even a 90-minute) massage: Theragun runs between $299 and $599. Other high-end brands, like Hypervolt and Booster also cost $200 and up. There are cheaper options, though. If you search “massage gun” on Amazon, the retailer will spit back more than 800 listings ranging from just $30 all the way up to $600. Read more: Theragun, Hypervolt & more: The best massage guns Tags Should you try it? If you regularly get traditional massages (which often run upwards of $100 per 60-minute sessions), the cost throughout the year may very well exceed the price of a Theragun or other expensive massage gun. If you’re looking for something less time consuming and structured than your regular massages, one of these devices might be worth the investment. Massage therapy is proven to be beneficial for more than just our bodies — research links massage to improvements in anxiety, stress and depression. Massage has also been linked to better sleep and improved mood, so those things alone may be enough encouragement to continue your usual massage regimen. Before you buy, you might already have something on-hand that can give you a sense of what percussive therapy feels like: At my CrossFit gym, athletes pass around a car buffer that delivers a similar vibration and, in my experience, works effectively to work out muscle knots and soothe soreness. Where to buy a Theragun (and other massage guns) If you’re interested in trying out percussive therapy but don’t want to drop a month’s worth of groceries on a massage gun, try out one of the less expensive options first, such as the Renpho rechargeable model. An expensive model like a Theragun or Hypervolt is best for very active people who experience muscle soreness often, want to implement a recovery regimen to reduce soreness and stiffness, and would prefer an at-home, handheld device rather than a traditional massage. Want to compare options? Read our roundup of the best percussive therapy devices. 1 Theragun You may be familiar with Theragun, a handheld massage gun that’s taken over Instagram with slow-motion videos of athletes’ muscles rippling under the device, which looks (and sounds) kind of like a power drill. The Theragun, and other devices like it, use a tactic called percussive therapy to treat muscle soreness in everyone from professional athletes to weekend warriors. Percussive therapy is said to be effective at speeding up muscle recovery time and reducing pain after a workout. But does percussive therapy — and devices like the Theragun — live up to the hype? And are they the right choice for everyone? Here’s what you should know. What is percussive therapy? Also called percussion therapy and vibration therapy, percussive therapy is a form of soft tissue manipulation (the same thing that a massage therapist does to you during a massage) intended to reduce muscle soreness and increase range of motion. Even though some people refer to percussive therapy as vibration therapy, most percussive therapy devices actually use a hammering or thumping movement in addition to vibrations. Some models also use circular motions, and most offer varying speeds and pressure. Comment What does it do? A percussive therapy device delivers targeted vibrations and pressure to your muscles as a way to treat and manage muscle soreness, stiffness and decreased range of motion. Because they are so powerful, it’s thought that these devices can reach deeper layers of muscle than human hands, a foam roller or other muscle recovery methods can. Does percussive therapy actually work? That depends on what you mean by “work.” A common misconception is that percussive therapy can totally eliminate soreness once it’s already present. The truth is that no kind of therapy exists for that. I don’t know about you, but even when I get an hour-long deep tissue massage, soreness persists — the massage just reduces the amount of time I suffer. Percussive therapy more or less does the same thing as massage or self-myofascial release (foam rolling): It increases blood flow to the treated areas, increases skin temperature, reduces muscle inflammation, releases muscle tension and breaks up muscle knots. Percussive therapy helps relieve muscle tension and soreness in the same way foam rolling does. Getty Images One study concluded that percussive therapy might be very effective as a preventative method for managing delayed-onset muscle soreness (DOMS), or the slow soreness you can feel creeping up on you until it painfully sets in about 48 hours post-exercise. But unlike massage therapy and foam rolling, research on the effectiveness of vibration or percussive therapy for muscle soreness is limited. According to TheraGun, the main purpose of percussive therapy isn’t actually massage. Instead, percussive therapy aims to mask and override pain signals to your brain, which would make you feel as if the soreness is gone. That concept was developed on the basis that a healthy brain reacts to pain signals in milliseconds. By delivering a sensation to the muscles that’s even faster than that, your brain can’t keep up, so you feel no pain. It’s the same philosophy behind transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) units, like Livia.
Getty ImagesA 29-year-old interior decorator from Delhi has alleged that a man had masturbated on her and then flashed her at a metro station in Gurugram. The incident happened on Friday, June 14, at the Huda City Centre Metro Station Complex in Gurugram.Recounting her ordeal, the woman said that she was going to Gurugram to visit a friend. After reaching, she went to a clothes store on the first floor to purchase a top.”After exiting the store, I felt something was wrong on my back. I turned and realised that a man masturbated on me. I was shocked, scared and traumatised. I confronted him. He flashed me and said indecent words; I slapped him,” the woman was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.The woman began to panic and shouted for help but no one came to her rescue and there were no security guards or police officers around. The man again flashed her and ran away. She went to a police chowki outside the metro station but she found that it was closed.The traumatised woman then contact the Gurugram police through Facebook messenger but did not receive any reply. She then approached the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation who asked her to come to identify the man on the CCTV footage.”I identified the culprit in the CCTV footage. I am yet to decide whether to file an FIR as I fear for my safety and fear the consequences,” the woman said.The woman had taken to Twitter to narrate the incident. She wrote, “I was climbing down escalators just outside the store when I felt something was wrong at my back. When I turned, a guy was shagging just behind me and I realised that he masturbated on me… I slapped him hard and he charged back at me with abuses. And onlookers kept looking at my face standing still. I shouted and called for help and police, no one came forward.” She added, “I was shocked, scared, traumatised. And I feel shame that metro, which is supposed to be the safest mode of transport for women, where chief minister is offering free rides to women, lacks clearly in making it safe in the first place… We don’t want free rides, we want safety which every government promises but none has been able to provide us. We fear walking out. Was 9:25 really that late?”The woman tagged Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal and PM Modi in her tweet.Acknowledging her tweet, the Gurugram police released a statement. “After taking cognisance of the woman’s complaint on Twitter, an official from Metro police station had reached out to her and asked her to file a written complaint with the police as it was a legal formality,” Gurugram police spokesperson Subhash Boken had said.
Baltimore County officials have filed a motion for a new trial in the wrongful death civil case of Korryn Gaines, in which her family was awarded more than $37 million in damages. The County has also filed for a reduction in the amount of the verdict.The family of Korryn Gaines (with her son Kodi in this photo) was awarded $37 million in her wrongful death civil case last month. Baltimore County has filed a motion for a new case. (Facebook photo)Last month, a jury ruled Baltimore County police officer Royce Ruby did not act reasonably, when he gunned down Gaines and injured her son Kodi (then 5), during an armed standoff with the 23-year old mother of two at her apartment in Randallstown, Md., Aug. 1, 2016. Initially, county police came to Gaines’ apartment to serve a bench warrant for her failure to appear for a traffic violation March 10, 2016.Gaines posted portions of the incident on Facebook and Instagram, but after about six hours police requested Facebook take her account down and they complied. Gaines was dead and her son shot moments later.Last month’s civil court decision awarded Gaines’ son Kodi more than $32 million in damages, his sister, Karsyn, $4.5 million. Gaines’ mother and father were awarded $307,000 and $300,000 respectively and the Gaines’ estate was awarded another $300,000. There were no punitive damages awarded.
Eating too much is typically considered as one of the prime reasons for obesity but when people eat what they consider to be healthy food, they eat more than the recommended serving size because they associate “healthy” with less filling, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin.The findings suggest that the recent increase of healthy food labels may be ironically contributing to the obesity epidemic rather than reducing it. Raj Raghunathan from University of Texas at Austin, and colleagues utilised a multi-method approach to investigate the “healthy equal to less filling” intuition. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The first study was conducted with 50 undergraduate students at a large public university and employed the well-established Implicit Association Test to provide evidence for an inverse relationship between the concepts of healthy and filling. The second study was a field study conducted with 40 graduate students and measured participants’ hunger levels after consuming a cookie that is either portrayed as healthy or unhealthy to test the effect of health portrayals on experienced hunger levels. The third study was conducted with 72 undergraduate students in a realistic scenario to measure the impact of health portrayals on the amount of food ordered before watching a short film and the actual amount of food consumed during the film.The researchers demonstrated that portraying a food as healthy as opposed to unhealthy using a front-of-package nutritional scale impacts consumer judgment and behaviour. The study was published in the Journal of the Association for Consumer Research.
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August 19, 2013 — IMRIS Inc. announced that a craniotomy recently performed on a 5-year-old boy with epilepsy was the 500th neurosurgical case at Cook Children’s Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas, using its intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) system.Cook Children’s was the second children’s hospital in the United States and fourth hospital worldwide with an IMRIS system that features a high-field MRI, which moves between surgical and diagnostic rooms using ceiling-mounted rails.”Using the intraoperative MRI allows us to clearly differentiate the tissue targeted for removal whether resecting for tumor or epilepsy,” said John Honeycutt, M.D., medical director of the Cook Children’s Department of Neurosurgery, who conducted the milestone operation. “With this enhanced vision, we can remove it more completely while avoiding critical structures and minimize returns to the operating room for repeat procedures.”The IMRIS Visius Surgical Theatre with iMRI allows neurosurgeons to take high-quality MR images during surgery to see the area of the brain they are operating on in exquisite detail, see tumor size and shape and distinguish between healthy and unhealthy tissue more easily. 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