Doctors warn of cannabis risks for pregnant or breastfeeding users

first_imgOTTAWA – The Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists is warning pregnant and breastfeeding women about the potential dangers of cannabis use.The society points to evidence-based studies that suggest potential growth and development issues if cannabis is used while pregnant or breastfeeding.That includes pre-term labour, low birth weight, lower IQ scores and impulsivity and hyperactivity in childhood.The group says the main psychoactive component of cannabis — THC — crosses the placenta into fetal tissue and can also accumulate in breast milk. And that’s regardless of whether cannabis is vaped, smoked, eaten, or in pill or topical form.The organization announced its public awareness campaign on April 20, a date associated with pro-cannabis activism. The campaign includes two videos and material on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube.The doctors’ group also pointed to research that suggests 70 per cent of pregnant and non-pregnant women believe there is a slight or no risk in using cannabis once or twice a week during pregnancy.“Should cannabis become available for sale this summer, it is important that individuals be aware of the health risks, particularly for vulnerable populations such as pregnant women,” the society’s head, Dr. Jennifer Blake, said Friday in a release.last_img read more


first_imgThe concept behind Prime Video Channels isn’t much different than an “a la carte” cable bundle, and the company is pitching it as a way to centralize billing and passwords for the TV services you love through one provider. (Shutterstock) LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Twitter Canadian television viewers will soon have another streaming option that looks very similar to a cable package.Amazon says it’s finalizing plans to make Prime Video Channels available in Canada for the first time, giving its Prime Video subscribers (who pay $7.99 per month) the option to purchase from a selection of 13 channels of live and on-demand programming. The launch date still hasn’t been confirmed, though the company said it will be “soon.”It marks the first time cord cutters who have ditched traditional cable and satellite companies will have access to several popular channels, including kids’ broadcaster Nickelodeon, and multi-channel movie packages Super Channel and Hollywood Suite. Advertisementcenter_img There’s also StackTV, a juiced-up selection of TV channels that’s almost like a mini cable package in itself. For that bundle, subscribers will pay $12.99 per month for access to live and on-demand programs from a roster of 13 networks, including Adult Swim, Food Network, Global, Slice and Showcase, all owned by Corus Entertainment.A selection of existing streaming platforms round out the current lineup, including horror outlet Shudder, indie movie hub Sundance Now, reality TV chest Hayu and LGBTQ-centric OutTV, which can all be added to Amazon for a range of $3.99 to 6.99 per month for each channel.Starz, a new channel offering launched by Bell Media that’s also available on the Crave streaming platform, is $5.99 per month. Login/Register With: Facebook Advertisementlast_img read more

Two new Canadian proposals will test whether NAFTA talks have hope of

first_imgMONTREAL – Canada is about to put forward two sets of proposals at the NAFTA negotiations seen as a litmus test of whether these talks become a real give-and-take negotiation, or a deadlocked process defined by intractable differences.It could be clearer by weekend.Canada intends to make its first two significant counter-proposals on controversial topics, responding several months after the U.S. stunned its neighbours with a series of demands Canada and Mexico viewed as non-starters.Sources say the Canadians will suggest major changes to auto rules, and to the dispute-resolution system under Chapter 11. While the U.S. has requested far tougher auto-parts rules, and a far weaker Chapter 11, the Canadians will suggest creating entirely new systems.If the U.S. engages, the countries will finally, after five months of talks, be thrust into back-and-forth bargaining on the most troublesome sticking points in NAFTA. If it shoots down the ideas outright, the countries will remain entrenched in distant positions, leaving the talks in jeopardy.“We’re here to negotiate,” chief Canadian negotiator Steve Verheul told reporters earlier this week.“We hope the others are as well.”Chapter 11 is one of three dispute-resolution systems in NAFTA, and governs companies suing states for unfair treatment. The U.S. has proposed watering down this chapter and essentially scrapping the other two. Sources say Canada intends to suggest a new, permanent tribunal system modeled on those in the Canada-European trade agreement.Autos are arguably the No. 1 U.S. priority. The Trump administration wants half of all car parts to come from the U.S., and 85 per cent from within North America. Auto-makers call that unrealistic, and warn they might simply shift production to Asia and pay new tariffs.The Canadian auto proposal would overhaul the entire NAFTA formula for calculating content: instead of just counting the country of origin for mechanical parts, it would include intellectual property and emerging technologies — which would inflate the percentage of U.S. content given American research dominance.The big unknown is how the U.S. will respond.“This will be a real litmus test of whether the U.S. wants a successful renegotiation of NAFTA,” John Weekes, Canada’s chief negotiator of the original 1994 deal, said in an interview Wednesday.“If the Americans hold firm and show no signs of flexibility, then I think we have to sort of accept the fact these negotiations probably aren’t going anywhere.”Insiders view this round as instrumental — after the Montreal talks wrap up next Monday, there are just two rounds left before the current schedule of talks runs out in March.At that point, U.S. President Donald Trump faces a dilemma on what to do with NAFTA. Trump has suggested he could start cancelling NAFTA to get a better deal or pause the talks during the Mexican election, followed by the U.S. midterms later this year.An auto-parts stakeholder says this round is key.“Canada, Mexico and the U.S. will go back to their respective capitals and they’re going to be able to say whether we’ve actually got something or not — or whether it’s a waste of time,” said Flavio Volpe of the Canadian Auto Parts Manufacturers’ Association.“They’ve got to be able to come back to their capitals and say, ‘We have made substantive movement.’”Volpe said the idea of including non-material things like IP costs in the content calculation would be less damaging since the U.S. already dominates the field — and it would help North America compete as a block against the growing Chinese auto sector.The American auto sector is favourable to the approach.In a letter this week to U.S. trade czar Robert Lighthizer, the U.S. Motor and Equipment Manufacturers Association suggested including research and development, engineering, design, and software development expenditures in calculating a car’s North American content.There are some things Canada does not intend to raise this week, according to sources.Canada has no plans to push the conversation on dairy, where the U.S. is demanding changes to the Canadian supply management system. Nor will it delve into the U.S. desire to eliminate the Chapter 19 dispute process, where industries can fight abusive punitive duties.That chapter was a fundamental condition of Canada entering into free trade with the U.S. — and has been used in recent high-profile cases, including softwood lumber and Bombardier.last_img read more

Security Council calls for prompt impartial probe into deadly Gaza convoy incident

Dozens of others were also wounded when Israeli forces took control of the six-ship flotilla in international waters, according to press reports. The convoy was said to have been carrying educational, medical and construction materials, as well as hundreds of activists from different countries.In a presidential statement issued early this morning, the Council said that it “deeply regrets the loss of life and injuries resulting from the use of force during the Israeli military operation in international waters against the convoy sailing to Gaza.“The Council, in this context, condemns those acts which resulted in the loss of at least 10 civilians and many wounded, and expresses its condolences to their families.”The 15-member body called on Israel to immediately release the ships and the civilians sailing on them, allow the countries involved to retrieve their deceased and wounded, and ensure the delivery of the humanitarian aid aboard the ships to Gaza.The Council stressed that “the situation in Gaza is not sustainable,” again voicing its “grave concern” over the humanitarian situation in the area and emphasizing the need for the regular movement of goods and people.The United Nations has repeatedly spoken out against the closure of Gaza and raised concern over the insufficient flow of material into the area to meet basic needs and spur reconstruction. Mr. Ban cautioned in a recent meeting that the closure “creates unacceptable suffering, hurts forces of moderation and empowers extremists.”The Council today underscored that the only solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is “an agreement negotiated between the parties,” reiterating that “only a two-State solution, with an independent and viable Palestinian State living side-by-side in peace and security with Israel and is other neighbours, could bring peace to the region.”Voicing support for the proximity talks that started between the two sides last month, the Council urged the parties to act with restraint and avoid unilateral and provocative moves.Addressing an urgent session of the Human Rights Council today in Geneva, Deputy High Commissioner for Human Rights Kyung-wha Kang expressed shock “that humanitarian aid would be met with such violence, and we unequivocally condemn what appears to be a disproportionate use of force.”She again appealed for an end to the blockade, causing the suffering of 1.5 million Gazans, which she characterized as “an affront to human dignity.”Ms. Kang expressed hope that “the Israeli Government will take the necessary decisive actions to demonstrate to the international community a clear commitment to abide by international law.”In the run-up to yesterday’s incident, which was also condemned by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and other UN officials, Israel had stated it would not let the vessels reach Gaza. The UN urged last week “that all involved act with a sense of care and responsibility and work for a satisfactory resolution.” 1 June 2010The Security Council today condemned the acts that led to the deaths of at least 10 civilians after the Israeli military yesterday intercepted a convoy of aid ships bound for Gaza, calling for a “prompt, impartial, credible and transparent investigation.” read more

Annan calls for more funding and leadership to spur fight against HIVAIDS

“This is a global problem without frontiers of any kind. It’s everyone’s problem. And it’s urgent. The futures of entire societies hang in the balance,” he told a news conference at UN Headquarters in New York.”While there has been a real increase in global funding, we need much, much more,” he said, noting that some $12 billion was needed for 2005 alone. “On current estimates, we’ll have far less than half that amount.”The Secretary-General credited last week’s 15th International AIDS Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, with further raising awareness of HIV/AIDS around the world.Reviewing the latest statistics for the infection and death of millions around the world, he said national leaders must take a stand against the epidemic, whether their countries were developed or developing, rich or poor.”They must speak out and they must put many, many more resources – much, much more – into the fight. This is a fight we have to win,” Mr. Annan said. read more

North American markets close higher with Nasdaq hitting new record

TORONTO – The base metals, industrials and consumer discretionary sectors lifted the Toronto Stock Exchange on Thursday, while the Nasdaq hit at an all-time high.The S&P/TSX composite index was up 72.68 points to 15,625.56, led by base metals stocks, which were up by 1.89 per cent.The industrials and consumer discretionary sectors of the TSX were both up 0.96 per cent, while the lead decliner was the health-care sector, down 0.87 per cent.The Canadian dollar was 74.23 cents US, up 0.05 of a cent from Wednesday’s close.In New York, markets regained Wednesday’s losses, with the Dow Jones industrial average up 174.22 points to 20,578.71 while the S&P 500 index added 17.67 points to 2,355.84. The Nasdaq composite index climbed 53.75 points to 5,916.78 — a new record.Michael Currie, a vice-president and investment adviser at TD Wealth, said political uncertainty in the world — the upcoming elections in France and the recent attacks in Syria as a couple of examples — has made investors jittery and left the stock market more volatile than usual.“It’s been bouncing up and down for a few days now,” Currie said.Corporate earnings have helped the markets, with positive results so far on both sides of the border.Shares of CP Rail were up 2.59 per cent, or $5.24, to $207.26 after the company reported after markets closed Wednesday that revenue increased one per cent in the latest quarter due to higher volumes of potash, metals, minerals and grain. The company’s results were slightly ahead of analyst expectations.Home Capital, however, saw its stock plunge 20.65 per cent, or $4.61, to $17.71, a day after the Ontario Securities Commission alleged that the company’s two former CEOs and the current CFO broke securities law in how they handled a scandal involving falsified loan applications.The securities watchdog issued a notice of hearing and a statement of allegations naming the company and former chief executives Gerald Soloway and Martin Reid. It also named Robert Morton, who is currently the chief financial officer of the Toronto-based mortgage lender.Home Capital has said the allegations are without merit and vowed to defend itself.In commodities, the June crude oil contract slipped 14 cents to US$50.71 per barrel in spite of recent news that OPEC will likely extend its output cut into the second half of the year.“Oil’s been on a nice run but it’s pulled back recently,” Currie said. “It’s still on an up trend even though it’s pulled back, so that’s good for the Canadian market at least.”The May natural gas contract was down three cents at US$3.16 per mmBTU, while the June gold contract added 40 cents at US$1,283.80 an ounce. The May copper contract was up nearly a cent at US$2.54 a pound.Follow @alexposadzki on Twitter. by Alexandra Posadzki, The Canadian Press Posted Apr 20, 2017 9:26 am MDT Last Updated Apr 20, 2017 at 4:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email North American markets close higher, with Nasdaq hitting new record read more

The Champions challenge is wonderful Ambrosini

first_imgThe former AC Milan captain has spoken about the chances his club has in Italy and the Champions League race.Massimo Ambrosini played for AC Milan from 1995 to 2013, and he’s one of the most cherished footballers at the club.Now, he took his time to speak about his former team chances in the league, and also the UEFA Champions League race.“Many teams are in the running for the Champions League,” he was quoted by Calcio Mercato.“The challenge is wonderful, a truly compelling campaign.”“After Inter’s defeat against Bologna, they are now also fully involved in this brawl,” he explained.“And if they do not change pace and do not recharge the batteries, they risk being overtaken by Milan and other teams.”“But Inter seems structurally strong, with an experienced coach. They can react,” he said.“[Gennaro] Gattuso? I really like him, he is doing an extraordinary job.”“I really do not understand what more can be asked for. Awareness and above all he has given the team a soul.”Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….“We need to evaluate the actions of the coach in relation to the expectations of the club and he is fully respecting them,” he continued.“Besides the results, he was also asked to improve the players, it seems to me that he has succeeded.”“An example? I would say [Tiemoue] Bakayoko, his growth compared to the difficulties at the beginning of the season is absolutely evident,” he commented.“Bakayoko has become fundamental but let’s not forget that Biglia was also before he got injured.”“Rino will have to find the best solution because I do not think that he can remove the Frenchman now,” Ambrosini opined.“One hypothesis could be that of advancing the position of Paqueta because he has the technical characteristics to do succeed. But let’s let Gattuso work, he sees the players every day.”#OnThisDayMaldini finds an unmarked Boban with a sublime ball, Zvone fires it low to open the scoring 👏🏻Palla al bacio di Maldini per Boban: Zorro controlla e calcia per il vantaggio rossonero 👏🏻— AC Milan (@acmilan) February 6, 2019last_img read more

Four nonprofit groups receive honor for reviving Pine Creek station

first_imgThree years ago, the U.S. Forest Service all but abandoned an old ranger station on the southeast flank of Mount St. Helens.Last year, local residents joined to breathe new life into the Pine Creek Information Station.The station, which reopens for the season on Saturday, has been transformed to a hub of activity thanks in part to four Southwest Washington nonprofit organizations honored with the 2010 Evergreen Award.The distinction, awarded April 29 during the Washington State Nonprofit Conference in Bellevue, honors the Mount St. Helens Institute; Discover Your Northwest; Swift Community Action Team; and the Skamania County Chamber of Commerce.“It’s designed to recognize nonprofits throughout the state who exemplify and really demonstrate the value of collaboration,” said Ben Cordy, communications director for the EA Alliance of Nonprofits, which has presented the award for the past 17 years.The Pine Creek station sits near the junction of forest roads 25 and 90 on the northeast side of Swift Reservoir.The four groups honored with the Evergreen Award worked with the Forest Service, Skamania County, the sheriff’s office and the local fire district to reopen the station during the 2009 recreational season. The groups collectively maintained a presence at the station from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekend.“We had 18,000 visitors over the course of the season, which was just incredible,” said Jeanne Bennett, the Mount St. Helens Institute’s executive director.last_img read more

GAME SUMMARIES Wilmington Little League Rookie SingleA Jamborees

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The Rookie and Single-A Jamborees were played on Saturday, June 23 at Rotary Park. The first game featured teams with both rookie and single-A players. One team was made up of Ryan Heos, Matthew Roque, Ryan MacPherson, Justin and Ryan Gallozzi, Grady Considine, Marco McCollem, and Nico McCollem from the Rookie Giants as well as Max Snapausky from the single-A Giants. Their opponent was a team composed of Kyle Spencer from the single-A Cardinals, Patrick Taylor and Liam Callahan from the rookie Cardinals, and Charlie Chioccariello, Griffin Kelley, Blake Jackson, and Liam Zollner, all of the single-A Braves. The game showcased a lot of offense as every player hit the ball. There were some great plays in the field which kept each team from pulling away from the other.The second game was played by two single-A teams. The Astros fielded Robbie DeMedeiros, JC Morad, Nick Maninos, Lex Limoli, Sam Beaudoin, Jake Gryglik, Masen Voner, Jackson Cipolle, Dylan Costantiello, and Caden Merritt along with the Royals’ Dany Fogg. The Cardinals brought Tommy Demers, Zack Maiella, Max Glazer, Griffin Crowe, Patrick Moriarty, Spencer Walker, Matthew Norton, Brendan Cohen, Tommy MacGilvray, and Justice Eutsay along with Nick Melaragni from the Royals. This game featured some outstanding hitting as many players took aggressive swings and belted balls well into the outfield. There were some spectacular plays in the field as well, including diving catches and sharp grounders that were gobbled up and fired to first for outs.Both games showed that the future of Wilmington Little League is in good hands!There was a downpour at the end of the first game so there is no picture.(NOTE: The above game summary is from Wilmington Little League.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington Little League’s Latest Game SummariesIn “Sports”Wilmington Little League’s Latest Game SummariesIn “Sports”Wilmington Little League’s Latest Game SummariesIn “Sports”last_img read more

Sandra lays foundation for devpt works in Sathupally

first_imgSathupally: Local MLA Sandra Venkata Veeraiah participated in various development works in his consistency on Sunday. The MLA laid foundation stones for Rs 81.55 lakh worth works in various wards of Sathupally town.Speaking on the occasion, Veeraiah said that the government is committed to the development of the town in all aspects. He also interacted with officers and discussed the development in the town. On the occasion he also inspected ongoing road construction and other works in the town. He said he would arrange more funds for the development of the constituency. Local TRS party leaders and officers were present on the occasion.last_img

Congress Mulls Ban On Chinese Trains And Buses

first_img… Congress Mulls Ban On Chinese Trains And Buses. Oh, Come On… by NPR News Brian Naylor 8.26.19 5:01am Congress is poised to restrict purchases of Chinese-built buses and rail cars in legislation that could open a new front in the trade war alongside the Trump administration’s squabbles with Beijing.A bill would forbid the use of federal grants, which the Department of Transportation often makes to big-city transit authorities, to buy new subway trains or buses from the Chinese-owned manufacturer CRRC.Robert Puentes, president of the Eno Center for Transportation, a nonpartisan transportation think tank, says CRRC already dominates the market for rail cars in China — “and they intend to corner the global market here in United States.”Puentes says the company has successfully won bids for transit agencies in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and Philadelphia “by adhering to the rules that these agencies and these cities have laid out.”CRRC has built two American plants, one in Massachusetts and one in Illinois, where it assembles the rail cars.The shells are imported from China; other parts are made in the United States.Puentes says there are no American-owned companies that make these kinds of commuter rail cars, although there are U.S. firms that make freight cars.Other transit systems rely on other foreign-based manufacturers. Washington, D.C.’s rail transit authority, for example, is buying cars assembled in the United States by a division of the Japanese manufacturer Kawasaki.Rep. Harley Rouda, D-Calif., is chief sponsor of legislation that would ban the transit systems from using federal money to buy the Chinese rail cars. He tells NPR the U.S. should not be supporting a company subsidized by the Chinese government.”We think it’s important that American taxpayers’ hard-earned dollars and the money that they have provided to the federal government not go to support Chinese companies bent on undermining industries that are important to our national security.”Rouda says the legislation would not affect existing contracts between U.S. transit agencies and CRCC. And he says that aside from the economic implications, there are important national security concerns.”Just think for a minute that if you ever ended up in hostilities with a country that controlled those railways and those bus systems, what the economic impact in the national security threat it would cause to a country such as the United States.”Chinese builder: Nothing sinister hereNot so, says Lydia Rivera, a spokeswoman for CRRC’s Massachusetts-based division.”Those are exaggerated statements,” she says.Worries that China might use the rail cars it builds to spy on Americans or hack their data “are unfounded concerns, unfortunately, by lobbyists. None of the so-called ‘at-risk’ systems on our rail cars pose a threat.”Backers of the ban include U.S. freight car manufacturers, who worry the Chinese will target their business next. Rivera says that’s not going to happen.”We have no interest in the freight industry. It is not lucrative for us, and we will not be going to the freight industry.”Rivera says a ban on the use of federal funds could mean the loss of 185 jobs at the Massachusetts factory.Puentes, of the Eno Center, believes the national security concerns over the Chinese-built rail cars are a bit overstated.”There is a long and steady supply chain,” he says. “There’s a long, long and lengthy review process. There is oversight by the transit agencies. So some of that, I think, is being overblown when it comes to national security. But the economic security concerns are something we do have to deal with.”Puentes called the proposed ban part of the larger set of policy concerns between the U.S. and China, which include the trade war, along with cybersecurity and economic security issues.”We have to understand that it really is highly nuanced and it’s not as simple, I think, as some are making it out to be.”The provision banning use of federal funds on Chinese rail cars is part of the House defense authorization bill.A similar provision, also including a ban on spending on Chinese bus manufacturers, is part of the Senate-passed measure. Rouda says he thinks the differences between the two chambers’ legislation should be resolved quickly.Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit NPR.center_img Mark Lennihanlast_img read more

Two killed in separate road accidents in city

first_imgKOLKATA: Two persons were killed in two separate road accidents on Wednesday night and Thursday morning acrossthe city. On Wednesday night, an auto-rickshaw toppled near Acropolis Mall and the driver died on the spot due to head injuries. According to locals, an auto was headed towards the Ruby crossing from Bijan Setu. Near Acropolis Mall, the driver of the auto identified as Santosh Gupta (30) lost control over the vehicle and it toppled. Gupta fell outside from the vehicle and sustained major head injuries as his head banged against the road. He was immediately rushed to a private hospital where the doctors declared Gupta brought dead. It is suspected that Gupta was in an inebriated state while driving. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedIn another incident, a pedestrian came in between two buses of the same route when they were competing with each other. One of the buses knocked him down while overtaking his rival on Thursday morning around 9 am. Locals alleged that the two buses of route number 30D were racing with each other to get more passengers onboard. One of the two reached the Belgachia Metro stoppage first and started picking up passengers. In the meantime, when the driver noticed his rival was about to overtake, he moved the bus to its right to block it. But the other bus driver was so determined to overtake, he drove one wheel on the median divider to get his way. In this situation, a pedestrian came in between the buses and was ran over by the overtaking bus. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseWhile the first bus driver fled the scene with his vehicle, the driver and the conductor of the second bus fled leaving the bus on the middle of the road. Police immediately rushed the injured, identified as Badal Das, to RG Kar Medical College and Hospital where the doctors declared him brought dead. Later, a case against the driver of the offending bus was registered at the Ultadanga police station under the sections 279 IPC (rash driving or riding on a public way) and 304A (Causing death by negligence). The offending bus has been seized and a search is on to nab the driver.last_img read more

The internet wants Janelle Monáe to play Willy Wonka in new movie

first_imgGAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) There’s a social media frenzy for Janelle Monáe to play Willy Wonka in a new movie and we’re so here for it. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… It comes about after reports Warner Bros. shortlisted Donald Glover, Ryan Gosling and Ezra Miller for the role.Then Twitter user A. Harmony suggested: ‘Ok, but let’s ultimately give the part to Janelle Monáe.’The response blew up on Twitter, attracting over 17,000 retweets and over 76,000 likes at the time of writing.Ok, but let’s ultimately give the part to Janelle Monáe.— A. Harmony (@AHarmonyMusic) June 5, 2018Janelle Monáe is yet to respond to the social media demand, but people on Twitter started letting their imaginations run wild.One Twitter user responded: ‘Omg a female Willy Wonka played by Janelle Monae . Sooooo here for it’Another replied: ‘SHE WOULD WIN ALL THE AWARDS!! And imagine a revamped soundtrack produced by her and others like Solange, Kendrick, etc.’Wilma Wonka: Chocolate Queen.— Add your name (@JaySharpiro) June 6, 2018The new Willy Wonka film is rumored to be a prequel that will explore Wonka’s origin story.Paul King will direct the movie, but it’s still very early in the casting process.center_img Photo: Adam Salsman / Flickr Janelle Monáe comes out as pansexualJanelle Monáe came out as pansexual earlier this year.In an interview with Rolling Stone, the Tightrope singer said she’s previously been in a relationship with both men and women.She said: ‘Being a queer black woman in America… someone who has been in relationships with both men and women – I consider myself to be a free-ass motherfucker.’Janelle Monae. | Photo: Liliane Callegari / FlickrMonáe said she originally identified as bisexual, ‘but then later I read about pansexuality and was like, “Oh, these are things that I identify with too.” I’m open to learning more about who I am.’Janelle Monáe released a song called Pynk at the start of this month.In it, she wears what looks like vagina-shaped pants and sings about what many initially called a strong bisexual anthem.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Janelle Monáe and Tessa Thompson play lovers in visual albumYouTube Pride video starring Adam Rippon, Janelle Monae attracts masses of hateWomen all over are sharing their best selfies for Lesbian Visibility DayRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  : read more

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first_img Feature | Digital Radiography (DR) | July 19, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr DR Advances Promote Imaging of Whole Spine Recent advances in… read more News | Radiology Imaging | July 22, 2019 AHRA and Canon Medical Systems Support the 12th Annual Putting Patients First Program For the past twelve years, Canon Medical Systems USA, Inc. has partnered with read more News | October 15, 2014 ACRF New Global Humanitarian Awards Deadline Approaching The deadline to submit applications is Dec. 31, 2014 Feature | August 05, 2019 | Dave Fornell, Editor Most Popular Radiology and Radiotherapy Topics in July 2019 August 5, 2019 — Here is the list of the most popular content on the Imaging Technology New (ITN) magazine website fr read more The top piece of content in July was a video interview explaining how Princess Margaret Cancer Center is using machine learning to create automated treatment plans. This was a hot topic at the American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM) 2019 meeting in July.  Video Player is loading.Sudhen Desai explains how deep learning might assist pediatric imagingPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 8:21Loaded: 1.95%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -8:21 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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But they will not be easy. read more Feature | Advanced Visualization | July 02, 2019 | By Jeff Zagoudis Augmented Reality Versus 3-D Printing for Radiology Three-dimensional (3-D) printing and… read more A 3-D printed model (left) and a model constructed in augmented reality (right), both of a kidney with a tumor. In both models, the kidney is clear; the tumor is visible in purple on the AR model and in white on the 3-D printed model. Photo courtesy of Nicole Wake, Ph.D. The deadline to submit applications is Dec. 31, 2014.For more information about the award, including the official application, visit: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Video Player is loading.Cynthia McCollough explains new advances in CT technologyPlay VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 13:56Loaded: 1.17%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -13:56 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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first_img News | Radiology Business | August 01, 2019 Philips Completes Acquisition of Carestream Health’s HCIS Business … read more Related Content The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. 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