Heartfulness group of organisations launches ‘Healthcare by Heartfulness’ COVID care app News MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” 9th Mid-Year GAPIO Conference 2019 held in Antigua Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha Read Article Share Related Posts By EH News Bureau on May 9, 2019 Add Comment Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals 9th Mid-YearAntiguaGAPIO Conference Comments (0) Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story The conference brought together physicians of Indian origin on a unique platform, where they shared their experiences, network and learnt from each otherThe Global Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (GAPIO), a non-profit organisation recently organised its 9th Mid-Year Conference in collaboration with the American University of Antigua (AUA) and Antigua Medical Association (AMA) in Antigua. The conference brought together physicians of Indian origin on a unique platform, where they shared their experiences, network and learnt from each otherV Mahalingam, High Commissioner to Antigua Guyana was the Chief Guest at the inauguration ceremony. Mahalingam complimented the physicians of Indian origin for their contribution in enhancing the level of healthcare in several countries.Sir Vivian Richards was the Chief Guest at the evening gala. Welcoming all the delegates to the land of the sun and sea, Antigua, Richards highlighted the importance of discipline, exercise and right diet to promote good health.Neal Simon, the President of American University of Antigua (AUA), Dr Ramesh Mehta, President, GAPIO, Dr Anupam Sibal, Vice President, GAPIO, Dr Sudhir Parikh, Joint Secretary, GAPIO and Dr Sanku Rao, Past President of GAPIO, Vernon Solomon, Vice President, AUA, Dr Par Prem Kumar, Associate Director AUA for Special Projects and Dr Alafea Stevens Secretary and Treasurer of the Medical Association of Antigua and Barbuda were present.Dr Prathap C Reddy, Founder, President, GAPIO said, “Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs) are a global pandemic, claiming 63 per cent of all deaths. Globally, the NCD burden is set to increase significantly in the next ten years. GAPIO is focusing on prevention and early detection of NCDs and will enhance efforts to control NCDs”.Dr Ramesh Mehta, President, GAPIO added, “the scientific sessions on recent developments and advances in cardiology, metabolic syndrome like obesity and diabetes were highly appreciated by the delegates”.Dr Anupam Sibal, Vice President, GAPIO and Group Medical Director and Senior Pediatric Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist, Apollo Hospitals Group said “GAPIO is the platform that brings together physicians of Indian origin from different countries. Indian doctors are recognised globally for their contribution to medicine. The high calibre of the presentations was reflective of this expertise”.Dr Nandakumar Jairam, Secretary General, GAPIO and Chairman, CEO and GMD, Columbia Asia Hospitals, India said, “GAPIO has organised 16 soft skills enhancement training workshops under Leadership Development Programmes across India. Clinical Knowledge development programme will be launched on July 1, 2019 at New Delhi”.Dr Sudhir Parikh, Joint Secretary, GAPIO and Chairman, Parikh World Wide Media, and ITV Gold highlighted “GAPIO now has representation from 34 countries. In the coming year, plans will be created to expand the presence of GAPIO. Social media will be used effectively to break geographical barriers. A resource centre is being created.”
आज रात 8 बजे PM नरेंद्र मोदी देश की जनता को संबोधित करेंगे। इसकी जानकारी pm मोदी ने खुद एक ट्वीट कर के दी है।जिस तरह कोरोना वायरस ने समूचे विश्व मे आतंक मचा रखा है। ऐसे में माननिय प्रधानमंत्री का संदेश देश के लिए बहुत ज्यादा मायने रखता है। शायद प्रधानमंत्री कोरोना से लड़ने के लिए कोई बड़ा निर्णय ले सकते है अथवा कुछ महत्वपूर्ण सुझाव देश की जनता के सामने रख सकते है।आपको बता दे कि भारत मे रोक थाम के तमाम उपायों के बावजूद भी कोरोना तेजी से अपने पांव पसार रहा है। जिस वजह से 500 से अधिक लोग इससे संक्रमित हो चुके है और ताजा जानकारी के मुताबिक 10 लोगों की मौत भी हो चुकी है।हालांकि इटली, अमेरिका, चीन, ईरान इत्यादि देशों के मुकाबले भारत मे परिस्थितियां अभी तक काबू में है। आपकी जानकारी के लिए बात दु की इस महामारी की वजह से देश की सभी छोटी बड़ी परीक्षाएं रोक दी गयी है। स्कूल ,कॉलेज वगैरा बंद हो चुके है । चारो ओर कर्फ्यू जैसे हालात है। सीधे शब्दो मे कहें तो विकास की रफ्तार रुक सी गयी है और जीवन का पहिया भी ठप पड़ चुका है।
It’s been a quiet six months in Prairie Village — and for the Prairie Village Police Department, that’s a good thing.Department statistics for the first half or 2014 show that crime in the city is at its lowest level in five years and that the crime rate is 30 percent below its five-year average.From January through June, the department has filed reports on 176 crimes. The five year average through the first six months of a year is 253.8 crimes, meaning there have been 77.8 crimes fewer than average so far this year. Of note, there have been just seven residential burglaries in the city this year. That’s a drastic reduction from the 40 that were recorded during the first six months of 2011. Cases of assault, burglary and criminal damage are also down substantially for the year.Prairie Village Police Chief Wes Jordan was quick to point out that the crime is often cyclical, and that the department was employing the same prevention techniques this year as it had been in the higher crime years. “None of this is saying that our officers are working any harder this year, and it’s not to say that officers were working any less in previous years,” he said. “There are certain things you just can’t predict.”Jordan did note that there had been a wave of auto-burglaries targeting unlocked cars throughout northeast Johnson County in recent weeks. Representatives from several of the NEJC area police departments met recently to see if their combined information could help identify additional suspects in that rash of incidents.The full six-month crime reports for Prairie Village and Mission Hills are embedded below.https://dfv6pkw99pxmo.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Crime.pdf
The world is changing fast in a multitude of different dimensions. If one stops to think about it too long, it can be disconcerting. One thing is for sure: whatever we think the future holds, the reality is likely to be very different. Perhaps the accuracy of our predictions matters less than the intent. Because without a vision of the future, how can we take decisions today or tomorrow that will enable us to build a better world?So let us assume our vision is “a built environment that enables a high quality of life for people within limits our planet can support”. First articulated by the UK Green Building Council, this vision is now shared by many organisations responsible for shaping the built environment.But do we all fully appreciate what this means? Through a process of visualisation, based on changes we believe we will face imminently, perhaps we can get closer to what such a vision might look like in practice. In the last few months, JLL has initiated a major piece of thought leadership into the megatrends that are likely to affect the real estate sector – here is an early preview.Megatrend 1: Clean-tech revolutionOur starting point here is the commitment we have made to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 80% by 2050 in the UK and across Europe. To achieve this, all new buildings will need to be net positive on energy and carbon to compensate for residual emissions associated with the 60% or so of our 2015 stock that will still be around. Individual buildings will be powered by decentralised community-owned systems that generate renewable electricity, heat and cooling, with high capacity storage and low transmission losses. Flat urban surfaces – whether vertical, horizontal, or diagonal – will be covered in photovoltaic film barely detectable by the human eye, as a result of our advances in nanotechnology. Cities will be dotted with wind and solar power hubs and, of course, we will have transformed the efficiency of existing homes such that the term “fuel poverty” is no longer understood.Megatrend 2: Urbanisation and the rise of land and resource scarcityBy 2050, somewhere in the range of 66-75% of people will be living in cities. This will lead to the emergence of new satellite, largely residential towns constellated around major conurbations to house workers. These will have been developed due to poor housing supply and chronic overpricing within city centres, but also due to massive public and private investment in infrastructure, resulting in fast, low-carbon mass-transit systems.Volatility in commodity pricing and severe shortages of certain resources (such as water and rare metals) will have dramatically changed the way in which the construction industry operates. Prefabrication, on-site assembly, natural methods of construction, and biomimic design will all feed into a more circular economy, as construction and demolition waste is eliminated and materials-exchange schemes become the norm.Megatrend 3: Ageing demographics and the growing importance of ‘wellness’With the proportion of elderly expected to rise by 50% by 2030, the typical real estate portfolio will have adapted significantly – both in terms of asset allocation and physical design features. Healthcare and small-scale retail facilities will be integrated within residential schemes, and sophisticated mechanisms to allocate carers to patients will maintain a high quality of life for elderly people within buildings they call “homes”.The quest for wellness will have continued apace, as individuals increasingly recognise the link between their wellbeing and surroundings. Boundaries between inside and outside will become increasingly blurred, as design emphasis focuses on reconnecting people to the natural world. This will take place through biomimic design, green spaces and parks, integrated design such as green walls, vertical farms, roof gardens, and even digitally enhanced video screens showing uplifting scene-scapes or views.Megatrend 4: Technology and smart citiesThe performance gap between a building’s anticipated performance and how it actually operates will have all but disappeared. Buildings will be digitally optimised so that resource efficiency, materials recycling and energy profiling can be delivered through the Internet of Things, which itself will offer growing networks of low-cost sensors and actuators for data collection and monitoring in buildings, supporting smarter decision-making and asset management.The growing population of urbanites buying their varied goods online will have led to a drastic rethink of retailers’ logistics networks. Look out for “urban logistics” units – or small thin parcel hubs with extensive loading facilities embedded in cities, enabling rapid response and delivery times. Julie Hirigoyen is UK head of sustainability JLL and incoming chief executive UK Green Building Council. She will be speaking in the Ecobuild session “Visions of the future: Five big ideas”, Thursday 5 March, 15.00 – 16.00View the full Ecobuild programme here >>Register for free here >>
COLEGIO de la Purisima Consolacion-Capiz kept its hold on the top spot in the U-15 and U-12 category of the Samahang Basketbol ng Pilipinas (SBP) Chairman’s Cup at Ledesco Gym of Hua Siong College of Iloilo.Colegio de la Purisima solidified its hold on the top spot in U-15 category with 6-1 slate after an 84-35 victory over PAREF-Westbridge. Chris Almonguerra led the way with 12 points, while John France Deloviar added 10 markers.University of San Agustin, meanwhile, notched its fourth win in as many games after a 78-38 domination over Assumption Passi (1-2). Agapito Clarito and Char Ernest Cartel have 14 each for SanAg.Bing Conlu Team, on the other hand, cruised to its second victory in three games after a 49-43 win over Flying Lizaros Draco (1-3). Miguel Pacificador had 17 markers for the winning team. Colegio de la Purisima were also on top in U-12 with 7-0 win-loss slate after a 79-69 win over Hua Siong College of Iloilo (2-1). Henry Penafiel tallied 29 markers for the winning team.Team Pavia, meanwhile, improved to 2-1 win-loss record after a 72-33 domination over PAREF-Westbridge (2-2). Reynold Gaborno had 13 markers, while Rohan Gumban had 12 for Pavia.In the other U-12 match, Oton Templars hiked its record to 3-2 by scoring a 43-32 victory over CSJ (1-2). Cris Emmanuel Suelo tallied 12 markers for the winning team./PN
STERLING HIGHWAY SHOULDER WIDENING MP 97 to 118ROAD CONSTRUCTION through the seasonExpected to begin in August, construction crews will be working nightly Sunday throughThursday, between 8:00pm and 6:00am.Drivers should expect flagging operations, LANE RESTRICTIONS, and construction vehicle activity. Please drive with caution in construction zones.Drivers should also be aware of crews working on the shoulder during the day. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Department of Transportation has numerous projects currently underway on the Sterling Highway. STERLING HIGHWAY, MP 89.8 LEFT TURN LANESROAD CONSTRUCTION through OctoberExpect paving operations to begin in August. STERLING HIGHWAY REHABILITATION, SKILAK LAKE to STERLING ROAD CONSTRUCTION through OctoberDrivers should expect PILOT CAR operations from MP 67 to 70, Monday throughSunday night, from 8:00pm to 7:00am.Drivers should also expect paving operations with 15 to 20 minute DELAYS.Please be alert to PILOT CAR and flagging operations from MP 58.5 to 60 with a 10 minute DELAY, Monday through Sunday, from 8:00pm to 7:00am.Drivers please be aware of equipment and construction activities at the new bridge location at MP 71.5.