The Secrets of Sleep, Part 1

first_imgSleep: we can’t live without it. So then why is it that millions of Americans get so little of it?According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), approximately one in three Americans don’t get enough sleep. Studies about sleep and your health have shown that dozens of serious health problems stem from insufficient sleep, including depression, weight gain, heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.Combine these statistics and you have the makings of a health crisis – something many doctors and scientists have warned us about for years.Over the next few weeks, we’ll be exploring a range of topics on sleep and your health, with help from the Florida Hospital Center for Sleep Disorders. To kick things off, we’re answering the FAQs of sleep studies – what they can reveal, what to expect and how they can help you sleep like your life depends on it (hint: it does).First things first: what is a sleep study?Officially termed a polysomnography, sleep studies identify and diagnose disruptions in your sleep patterns.Dr. Karen Baker breaks it down, “A sleep study allows us to evaluate the patients overall sleep health. Usually, the test is used to diagnose sleep apnea. The test is done in the evening and conducted by a sleep technologist. During the test, your brain activity, eye movements, oxygen levels, body movement and more will be studied.”Sleep studies typically require an overnight stay at one of our sleep centers. As the patient sleeps, a range of functions are monitored, including heart rate, eye movements, breathing patterns and oxygen levels in the blood.Once the study is complete, our multidisciplinary team analyzes the results to make a diagnosis and recommend a personalized treatment plan.What is it that doctors are looking for during a sleep study?A range of disorders may be discovered over the course of a sleep study. These include REM sleep behavior disorder, periodic limb movement disorder, insomnia and delayed sleep phase syndrome.But by far the most serious disorder that doctors look for is obstructive sleep apnea. This common, potentially deadly disorder blocks your airway as you sleep, causing you to stop breathing for short periods throughout the night. We’ll be taking an in-depth look at sleep apnea in an upcoming blog.When caught, all of these sleep disorders can be treated, paving the way for improved sleep and better overall health.Why should I get a sleep study?There are many good reasons to undergo a sleep study, but let’s start with the most serious. Left untreated, sleep disorders can lead to serious health problems, including heart disease, depression, hypertension and diabetes. In many cases, a sleep study is the only way to properly diagnose certain disorders.Treating your underlying sleep disorder can help you regain your quality of life, too. For sufferers of chronic disorders like sleep apnea, it’s common to feel “tired of being tired.” Getting the treatment you need can restore your energy, vitality and spirit.What can I expect at a sleep center?Typically, you’ll be asked to arrive two hours before bedtime to get checked in and situated in the room.Patients can bring their own pajamas if they like, as well as toiletries and other items from home that will make them comfortable and help them get to sleep. Once they’re changed for bed, sensors are placed around the head and body so that the team can monitor various functions as they sleep.Where do sleep studies happen?Florida Hospital has six sleep centers in the Orlando area.What if I can’t fall asleep under these conditions?This is a very common worry, but one that’s usually unfounded.How do I know if I should get a sleep study?We all have trouble sleeping from time to time, but sleep disorders may cause consistent problems that interfere with your daily life. Ask yourself the following questions:Do you have difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep?Do you have a history of snoring, or have you ever been told that you stop breathing or gasp for air while sleeping?Have you experienced tingling, itching, aching and other unusual sensations in your legs at night, or do you have an urge to walk, kick or move your legs for relief?Are you sleepy or drowsy during the day, and have you felt that fatigue consistently for more than two weeks?If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, it’s probably a good idea for you to talk to your doctor about your sleep and if a sleep study is right for you. 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Kadox Housing Complex / HUB

first_imgShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/935720/kadox-housing-complex-hub Clipboard Area:  4325 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Mixed Use Architecture Design Team:HUBClients:Re-Vive nv.Collaborators:Bureau Bouwtechniek, ABT, E-sterCity:GeelCountry:BelgiumMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Ilse LiekensRecommended ProductsPorcelain StonewareApavisaFloor Tiles – RegenerationPorcelain StonewareCeramiche KeopeCeramic Tiles – BackFiber Cements / CementsULMA Architectural SolutionsPaper Facade Panel in Leioa School RestorationPorcelain StonewareCeramiche KeopeCeramic Tiles – BackText description provided by the architects. The Kadox project forms part of a new city block currently being developed in the Cadix district of Antwerp. Cadix is a large-scale suburban development that connects with the ongoing Eilandje development.Save this picture!© Ilse LiekensSave this picture!Ground floor planSave this picture!© Ilse LiekensThe entire block is characterised by a mixture of housing typologies in terms of size, dwelling type and target group. This mixed residential environment centres around a common courtyard garden, offering both high-quality accommodation and ground-floor residences. Project Cadix comprises a corner of this suburban block.Save this picture!© Ilse LiekensThe above-mentioned mixture can also be found at the level of the individual buildings. Our design comprises a double-high plinth with ground floor “bel-étage” town houses in passive solar construction and above them, one to three layers of low-energy apartments. Ground-floor retail spaces can be found on the corner of the building.Save this picture!© Ilse LiekensThe ground floor dwellings are long and narrow. Each is structured around a private patio, ensuring deep penetration of sunlight and maximum surface of facade, despite their relatively enclosed location. The upper-floor apartments are, by contrast, wide and shallow, guaranteeing spacious terraces and good-quality views.Save this picture!© Ilse LiekensThis stacked approach, together with the access created on the street side, results in a sculptural corner volume that is well adapted to the adjacent streets in terms of scale. The deep, ground floor dwellings with their restricted height reflect the more small-scale and intimate character of the courtyard garden.Save this picture!© Ilse LiekensThe building is constructed via a concatenation of large movements in nevertheless tight, rhythmic succession, using recognisable elements and robust materials. It thereby succeeds in developing a distinct character from these elements while at the same time alluding to the historical morphology and architecture of the surrounding neighbourhood.Save this picture!© Ilse LiekensProject gallerySee allShow lessCoronavirus Design CompetitionIdeasMMW, an Online Platform for Architectural Visuals by WomenArchitecture NewsProject locationAddress:Antwerpsesteenweg, 2440 Geel, BelgiumLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share Kadox Housing Complex / HUBSave this projectSaveKadox Housing Complex / HUB Belgium Photographs ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/935720/kadox-housing-complex-hub Clipboard CopyMixed Use Architecture, Residential Architecture, Apartments•Geel, Belgium Architects: HUB Area Area of this architecture project Projects Kadox Housing Complex / HUB Lead Architects: ArchDaily “COPY” Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Engels ramen en deuren, Sto, Floren Bricks, Winsol Year:  Save this picture!© Ilse Liekens+ 20Curated by Paula Pintos Share Photographs:  Ilse Liekens Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Bart Biermans & Koen Drossaert 2016 CopyAbout this officeHUBOfficeFollowProductsConcreteBrick#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsMixed Use ArchitectureResidential ArchitectureHousingApartmentsGeelOn FacebookBelgiumPublished on March 20, 2020Cite: “Kadox Housing Complex / HUB” 20 Mar 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021. 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Dangerous comments by pope on freedom of expression

first_img Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU RSF denounces Total’s retaliation against Le Monde for Myanmar story Organisation News News RSF_en Receive email alerts FranceEurope – Central Asia Help by sharing this information Follow the news on France “We’ll hold Ilham Aliyev personally responsible if anything happens to this blogger in France” RSF says June 4, 2021 Find out more News News January 19, 2015 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Dangerous comments by pope on freedom of expression During an inflight news conference while on his way to the Philippines, the pope said: “One cannot provoke, one cannot insult other people’s faith, one cannot make fun of faith. There is a limit. Every religion has its dignity (…) in freedom of expression there are limits.”Pointing to Alberto Gasparri, an aide who organizes his travel, the pope said: “If my good friend Dr. Gasparri says a curse word against my mother, he can expect a punch. It’s normal. It’s normal. You cannot provoke. You cannot insult the faith of others. You cannot make fun of the faith of others.”These are disturbing words from the Catholic Church’s most senior official. By putting religion above freedom of expression and by portraying violence as a “normal” reaction when religion is mocked, the pope used shocking and irresponsible language just days after the Charlie Hebdo massacre. Reporters Without Borders reminds him that eight journalists were killed in cold blood on 7 January just for using their freedom of expression.Reporters Without Borders also points out that the only limits on freedom of expression are those established by the law. It is not the job of religious leaders to define the limits to free speech. And it is dangerous for any moral or religious authority to defend violence as a response to the use of the freedom of expression. FranceEurope – Central Asia June 2, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders is shocked by the extremely disturbing comments about freedom expression that Pope Francis made to journalists last week, in which he put respect for religion and faith above free speech and even defended the possible use of violence when religion is mocked. to go further May 10, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

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Police tighten Congress security in era of rising threats

first_imgLocal NewsUS News Twitter Twitter WhatsApp Police tighten Congress security in era of rising threats WASHINGTON (AP) — The House’s chief law enforcement officer is tightening security for traveling lawmakers as Congress reassesses safety in an era when threats against members were surging even before Donald Trump’s supporters attacked the Capitol. Capitol Police officers will be stationed at Washington-area airports and the city’s Union Station train depot on busy travel days, the acting House sergeant at arms said in a memo obtained Friday. Timothy P. Blodgett said he’s set up an online portal so lawmakers can notify the agency about travel plans, and he urged them to coordinate trips with local police and airport officials and report suspicious activity to authorities. Capitol Police “will not be available for personal escorts,” said the email, sent late Thursday. “However, they will be in place to monitor as members move through the airport.” The steps underscored political divisions that grew increasingly acrid, even potentially dangerous, during Trump’s invective-filled four years as president. In addition to personal verbal attacks against perceived foes, Trump stirred up supporters with relentless streams of bogus conspiracies like his false charge that Democrats stole November’s election from him. The animosity lawmakers face has spread among themselves, with numerous Democrats saying they are wary of GOP colleagues who’ve said they carry guns in Washington. Republicans have bristled at new screening devices installed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., that lawmakers are required to pass through when entering the House chamber, where carrying firearms is not allowed. “The enemy is within the House of Representatives,” Pelosi told reporters this week in a chilling characterization of Congress’ internal tensions. She cited “members of Congress who want to bring guns on the floor and have threatened violence on other members of Congress.” In the latest instance of Capitol Hill’s spiraling personal hostility, Rep. Cori Bush, D-Mo., tweeted Friday that she was moving her office away from that of fellow freshman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., “for my team’s safety.” Bush wrote that a maskless Greene and her staff “berated me in a hallway,” and wrote later that past Greene tweets have made her feel unsafe. Greene responded with a tweet of her own, saying: “She is lying to you. She berated me.” Greene also called Bush, who is Black, “the leader of the St. Louis Black Lives Matter terrorist mob who trespassed into a gated neighborhood to threaten the lives of the McCloskey’s.” Last summer, Bush was among marchers at whom Mark and Patricia McCloskey waved guns after the protesters walked past their mansion in a private St. Louis neighborhood. The McCloskeys have pleaded not guilty to weapons and evidence tampering charges. Bush is now one of Congress’ most progressive members. She has sponsored a measure that could lead to expulsion for lawmakers who — like Greene — backed Trump’s unjustified effort to reverse his November election defeat. Greene has drawn fire from Democrats and some Republicans for past social media posts reported by various news organizations in which she’s suggested support for killing Democratic politicians, unfounded QAnon theories and racist views. Congress’ 535 members travel frequently between their homes and the capital, and many have said they feel vulnerable in their districts and when they travel. Videos have shown people insulting lawmakers at airports, including Republican Sen. Mitt Romney of Utah, who has criticized Trump. The Jan. 6 Capitol riot “reminds us of the grim reality that members of Congress are high-profile public officials, and therefore face ongoing security threats from the same domestic terror groups that attacked the Capitol,” 32 House members, nearly all Democrats, wrote to congressional leaders this week. Five people died in the attack, including a Capitol Police officer, and the House impeached Trump on a charge of inciting insurrection. The House lawmakers’ letter said while 902 threats against members of Congress were investigated in 2016, the number surged to 4,894 cases in 2018 and was tracking upward, according to Capitol Police testimony in 2019. Limited local police resources and social media strewn with personal information and their real-time locations make lawmakers more vulnerable when they are home, their letter said. The House members asked for tightened security procedures. Pelosi told reporters that some steps have already been taken and that she’ll likely seek money to bolster safety. Members have been told they can use their office expenses to buy bullet-proof vests, which several have said they are wearing. Blodgett’s letter said they can use those accounts for security for themselves and their offices, and said a Federal Election Commission opinion lets them use campaign funds for home security systems. The acting chief of the Capitol Police, Yogananda D. Pittman, said this week that “vast improvements” are needed to protect the Capitol and adjacent office buildings, including permanent fencing. Since Jan. 6, the Capitol has been surrounded by a tall barrier and the grounds are patrolled by National Guard troops. Many lawmakers have long resisted giving the nation’s symbol of democracy the look of a besieged compound, and leaders were noncommittal about permanent fencing. President Joe Biden is in “close touch” with Pelosi about congressional security, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said. Trump backers smashed their way into the U.S. Capitol after a morning speech in which he urged them to go there as Congress formally affirmed Joe Biden’s election victory. That riot left five people dead and prompted the House to impeach him for inciting insurrection, for which he faces a Senate trial in February. ——— AP reporter Alexandra Jaffe contributed to this report. Pinterest Facebookcenter_img TAGS  By Digital AIM Web Support – January 29, 2021 Pinterest Facebook WhatsApp Previous articleCertain BlackRock Closed-End Funds Announce Estimated Sources of DistributionsNext articleVersatility key for Alabama, Oklahoma in SEC/Big 12 matchup Digital AIM Web Supportlast_img read more

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Donegal incidence rate may be due to interactions with North – Prof. Mercille

first_img Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Twitter Pinterest News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Donegal incidence rate may be due to interactions with North – Prof. Mercille RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Previous articleNorthern Ireland 100 years old today!Next articleFunding announced for six Fishery Harbour Centres News Highland Google+ Community Enhancement Programme open for applications WhatsApp Twittercenter_img WhatsApp Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Facebook A UCD Professor says the high incidence rate in Donegal might also be due to people’s interactions with the North.Supports including walk in test centres are being looked at for the county, following the Health Minister’s meeting with the Chief Medical Officer on Saturday night.It was organised because Donegal has the highest incidence rate in the country.Professor Julien Mercille describes what can be done to bring case numbers down there:Audio Playerhttps://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/VirusDonegal1pm.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Facebook Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Google+ Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA AudioHomepage BannerNews By News Highland – May 3, 2021 last_img read more

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Let staff chat to introduce ideas in the workplace

first_img Previous Article Next Article Employers should encourage staff to talk if they want to improve creativityand innovation in the workplace. An Industrial Society report claims that the ‘head down, assembly-lineculture’ of UK business stifles the creation of new ideas and inventiveness. Alex McKie, author of Virtual Value: Conversations, Ideas and the CreativeEconomy, believes encouraging conversations is the first step towards makingthe workplace more creative. He said: “All new ideas begin with conversation, and if employers wantto make money, they have to invest time in allowing people to talk to eachother. “The employer intent on stamping out idle chatter is likely to killgood ideas in the process,” he said. Working to measurable targets and a rigid chain of command inhibitinnovation, McKie added. He argues that in the current business climate organisations only encouragecreativity within the normal rules of business. McKie said the economic downturn has made the environment for creativityeven more hostile as managers become reluctant to allow people to deviate fromestablished working practices. “Creativity matters, and not just because it makes life moreinteresting and engaging, but creativity makes business sense too,” McKiesaid. “Last year, creativity was everyone’s favourite buzzword. Nowhyper-rationality is in, and anything that looks vaguely like a risk should beavoided. “But employers need to lighten up. Creativity is the source of futurecompetitive advantage.” He recommends that employers break down hierarchies, so that ideas fromjunior staff are not disregarded. www.indsoc.co.ukBy Paul Nelson Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos. Let staff chat to introduce ideas in the workplaceOn 15 Jan 2002 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more

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Council benefits package to help boost work-life balance

first_img Previous Article Next Article AnEast Lancashire council is introducing a package of flexible benefits to helpretain staff and extend its hours of operation.Overthe next four months, Pendle Council will implement a range of changes to theway its 650 staff work, in an attempt to boost work-life balance.SteveTraynor, the council’s personnel manager, explained the changes will include anextended flexi-time scheme, compressed weeks, term-time only hours and jobsharing.“Ourstaff voted overwhelmingly for more flexibility in a recent staff survey andthis will help us retain our employees. There are new challenges facing us inlocal government and it is clear that the standard nine-to-five working patternis now less relevant,” he said.Thenew measures will make the council more flexible by covering more hours andresponding to demand for services beyond usual office hours.The changes also include new arrangements for working fromhome, leave for paternity, adoption or fertility treatment and career breaks. Council benefits package to help boost work-life balanceOn 30 Apr 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

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… in brief

first_imgThis week’s news in briefSacked over e-mail City bank Credit Lyonnais has suspended an employee on full pay after heboasted of a recent sexual conquest via the company e-mail system. TrevorLuxton, 22, was suspended after an e-mail containing details of the affair wascirculated around the internet but he has denied writing the lewd message. More Tube strikes Further Tube strikes are predicted after pay talks between RMT unionofficials and managers ended last week without a breakthrough. Conservativeshadow transport secretary Tim Collins has called for changes in the law sostrikes could only be called if a majority of an organisation’s union membersvote in favour rather than a majority of those taking part in a ballot.  www.rmt.org.ukE-learning strategy The Learning and Skills Council has unveiled a new strategy to broadenaccess to e-learning and is calling for more co-operation between private andpublic sectors. The LSC wants to widen access to e-skills and IT and haspublished a report outlining its aims. It claims e-skills are largely confinedto further education colleges.  www.lsc.gov.ukHealthcare shortfall Staff working in the public sector receive less than half the privatehealthcare provision offered to private sector employees. Research bySimplyhealth states only 41 per cent of public sector organisations provideprivate medical insurance, whereas the private sector typically offers morethan 90 per cent of workers healthcare options.  www.simplyhealth.uk.com Comments are closed. … in briefOn 8 Oct 2002 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Related posts:No related photos.last_img read more

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Early sexual dimorphism in the developing gut microbiome of northern elephant seals

first_imgThe gut microbiome is an integral part of a species’ ecology, but we know little about how host characteristics impact its development in wild populations. Here, we explored the role of such intrinsic factors in shaping the gut microbiome of northern elephant seals (Mirounga angustirostris) during a critical developmental window of 6 weeks after weaning, when the pups stay ashore without feeding. We found substantial sex differences in the early‐life gut microbiome, even though males and females could not yet be distinguished morphologically. Sex and age both explained around 15% of the variation in gut microbial beta diversity, while microbial communities sampled from the same individual showed high levels of similarity across time, explaining another 40% of the variation. Only a small proportion of the variation in beta diversity was explained by health status, assessed by full blood counts, but clinically healthy individuals had a greater microbial alpha diversity than their clinically abnormal peers. Across the post‐weaning period, the northern elephant seal gut microbiome was highly dynamic. We found evidence for several colonization and extinction events as well as a decline in Bacteroides and an increase in Prevotella, a pattern that has previously been associated with the transition from nursing to solid food. Lastly, we show that genetic relatedness was correlated with gut microbiome similarity in males but not females, again reflecting early sex differences. Our study represents a naturally diet‐controlled and longitudinal investigation of how intrinsic factors shape the early gut microbiome in a species with extreme sex differences in morphology and life history.last_img read more

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USS Abraham Lincoln Sailors Honor Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today USS Abraham Lincoln Sailors Honor Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic May 23, 2012 Sailors aboard the Nimitz-class aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln (CVN 72) participated in a ceremony to honor Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month in the ship’s hangar bay, May 18.Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month is celebrated in the Navy throughout May to educate Sailors about the many different cultures, traditions and histories of Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders in the United States.Capt. John D. Alexander, Lincoln’s commanding officer, kicked off the event with a cake-cutting ceremony on the ship’s mess decks followed by a speech welcoming Sailors to the hangar bay ceremony.“Celebrating Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month supports the diversity we have throughout our country,” said Alexander. “The Lincoln crew is proud to share the variety of cultures through the performances.”After the opening remarks, the ship’s band performed a variety of songs featuring Master Chief Logistics Specialist Joselito Tolentino playing the ukulele.Members of the ship’s diversity council also demonstrated eskrima, the traditional martial arts of the Philippines, and tinikling, a traditional Filipino dance.“Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month is a great way to introduce the Asian culture to the Sailors aboard the ship,” said Logistics Specialist 1st Class Marcelino Tan. “This month allows people to see the beauty of these extraordinary cultures.”Lincoln is currently deployed with Carrier Strike Group (CSG) 9, which also includes embarked Carrier Air Wing (CVW) 2, the guided-missile cruiser USS Cape St. George (CG 71) and Destroyer Squadron 9, comprised of the guided-missile destroyers USS Momsen (DDG 92) and USS Sterett (DDG 104). CSG 9 is deployed to the U.S. 5th Fleet area of responsibility conducting maritime security operations, theater security cooperation efforts and combat flight operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom.[mappress]Naval Today Staff , May 23, 2012 USS Abraham Lincoln Sailors Honor Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month View post tag: Abraham View post tag: USS View post tag: sailors View post tag: monthcenter_img View post tag: American Industry news View post tag: Lincoln View post tag: Honor View post tag: Asian-Pacific View post tag: Heritage View post tag: Naval Share this articlelast_img read more

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