The Nova Scotia Securities Commission is alerting investors that Dennis Cockerill Jr. is not registered to sell securities in Nova Scotia. Mr. Cockerill has solicited Nova Scotia residents by placing ads on Kijiji.ca to invest in a patented recycling product. He has advised an interested investor that a 200 per cent return on investment will be paid within 90 days, with the option to roll the investment into shares pre-initial public offering. “Remember, if something seems too good to be true, it probably is,” said Stephanie Atkinson, senior enforcement counsel with the commission. “Always take the time to check registration and understand the risks and costs involved with your investments. Becoming an informed investor is the best way to protect your money.” The commission urges people to exercise extreme caution when dealing with firms that are not registered in Nova Scotia. It is illegal to solicit investments in Nova Scotia without registering with the commission and complying with Nova Scotia securities laws. To see if a company or person is registered, you can check the Canadian Securities Administrators’ National Registration Search at http://www.aretheyregistered.ca . If you have had contact with Dennis Cockerill Jr. please contact the commission. Nova Scotians can always contact the Commission to report any scams or what is believed to be suspicious behavior from anyone offering investment opportunities on our website http://nssc.novascotia.ca . The Nova Scotia Securities Commission is the provincial government agency responsible for regulating the investment industry in the province.
Rabat- A video showing policeman physically and verbally abusing a scooter driver has caused nationwide outrage.The General Directorate for National Security (DGSN) suspended the policeman from his duties on Friday as he undergoes investigation.The clip of the Khouribga teacher’s violence against a student in his class had not yet faded from memory when a new video surfaced.The video shows an officer in the security services slapping and verbally insulting the man, who was begging the officer not to seize his scooter.The citizen even fell on his knees to kiss the officer’s feet while the latter remained completely indifferent. The video, which has been circulating on Facebook and YouTube this past week, caused considerable controversy. While some deemed the violence “unacceptable” and “humiliating,” others claimed that the officer was simply doing his job.More than simply provoking controversy, the video also helped expose the police officer to the DGSN.Abdellatif Hammouchi, the director of the DGSN, decided Friday to forward his case tour the disciplinary council and suspended him from all his duties as member of security services.
The number of violent attacks in Afghanistan in the last few months has been the highest since 2002 as the insurgency spreads beyond the south and east of the country, the top United Nations envoy told the Security Council today.As the situation in Afghanistan deteriorates, the insurgency has now extended to provinces around Kabul, attacks have become more deadly and there have been more attacks against humanitarian targets, Kai Eide, Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Afghanistan, informed the Council.He warned that although a decrease in attacks after Ramadan had allowed a polio vaccination campaign to take place, the current spike indicated that there would be no recurrence of the usual winter lull in fighting this year. Noting that not all is “doom and gloom” Mr. Eide told the press: “When President [Hamid] Karzai carries out a cabinet reshuffle which demonstrates a desire to attack key issues that have so far not been handled appropriately, that makes me optimistic.”Mr. Eide, who is also the head of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA), stressed that there were other positive developments which gave him cause for cautious optimism, such as a more constructive relationship between Afghanistan and Pakistan on the basis of a shared threat from insurgents. He said that further reasons for hope were the political changes in Afghanistan, including the strengthening of the Ministry of the Interior and the police sector, changes in the Ministry of Agriculture that could help avoid food shortages and stimulate economic growth, as well as reductions in illicit drug production.If these more positive trends could be built on, the current negative atmosphere could be replaced by one of greater confidence, which was important both for the Afghan population and donors, he told the Council meeting. 14 October 2008The number of violent attacks in Afghanistan in the last few months has been the highest since 2002 as the insurgency spreads beyond the south and east of the country, the top United Nations envoy told the Security Council today.
“This is not the hallmark of the democratic global governance to which ASEAN aspires, and it will only serve to undermine the respect and ownership that such an important declaration deserves,” the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Navi Pillay, said at the 5th Annual Bali Democracy Forum in Indonesia, where ASEAN leaders are among representatives of more than 80 governments and international organizations meeting to discuss promotion of democratic practices.In expressing her concerns, Ms. Pillay noted that “inadequate involvement of civil society and other stakeholders” had prompted similar reservations “even among some members of the ASEAN institutions,” according to a news release from the Geneva-based Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).She highlighted that blanket restrictions in the draft that were “not part of international human rights law,” the release noted, though she also welcomed the inclusion of many fundamental rights.The declaration is one of the key mandates of the ASEAN Intergovernmental Commission on Human Rights (AICHR), which the association of 10 member states created in 2009, saying it was intended to “promote and protect human rights and fundamental freedom” of the 600 million people within their borders. The declaration, according to OHCHR, is due to be adopted at the ASEAN Summit in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh later this month.In addition to using her remarks in Bali to commend ASEAN’s efforts to strengthen democracy and the rule of law through the creation of AICHR, Ms. Pillay said that “it is very important that the new ASEAN declaration complements and does not undermine international standards.”“I urge the governments of the region to take the necessary time to develop a Declaration that fully conforms with international human rights standards and is framed with the participation of all key stakeholders,” she said.According to OHCHR, Ms. Pillay said the “energy and contributions” of all key stakeholders should be additionally harnessed for building ASEAN’s new human rights mechanisms. “This has been the key to success for similar mechanisms in all other regions of the world,” she noted. The High Commissioner also used her address to welcome the emergence of the Bali Democracy Forum as an “important” platform for the promotion of good governance, the rule of law and human rights in the region. “The Bali Democracy Forum is particularly relevant at this time when a new wave of democratic aspirations and change is sweeping different parts of the world,” the human rights chief said. “Intergovernmental regional gatherings like this one can provide effective and relevant platforms for bringing stakeholders together – but it is crucial that mechanisms exist for broad and meaningful consultations with civil society.”
← Previous Story Men’s EHF CL (Round 8): Minsk took a point of hope Next Story → Men’s EHF CL (Round 8): Flensburg and Montpellier made a surprise F.C BarcelonaRhein Neckar Lowen Even 76 goals was seen in the home court of Rhein Neckar Lowen at the game of Round 8 of the EHF Champions League against F.C Barcelona 38:38. In the SAP Arena over 13.500 spectators saw fantastic game, which was end with a Spanish goal in the last moments, what refeeres didn’t recognize. F.C Barcelona made an official protest against these decision.38 – Rhein Neckar: Szmal (Fritz, m.47); Cupic (5), Stefansson (2), Myrhol (9), Lund (-), Bielecki (3), Gensheimer (15, 5 p.), siete inicial, Schmid (2), Roggisch (-), Sesum (1) y Gunnarsson (1).38 – Barcelona: Saric (Sjostrand (m. 8 a 17); Rocas (1), Nagy (2), Noddesbo (3), Jernemyr (-), Raúl Entrerríos (6), Ugalde (3) -siete inicial-, Rutenka (2, 1p.) Igropulo (4), Sarmiento (-), Oneto (1), Sorhaindo (2), Iker Romero (10, 6p.), Víctor Tomás (3) y Juanin (1).Standing:1. Kiel* 8 – 122. Rhein Neckar Löwen* 8-113. Barcelona 8-94. Celje PL 8-65. Chambery 8-66. Kielce 8-4Group CKadetten Schaffhausen : Pick Szeged 31:27 (12:15)Valladolid : Dinamo Minsk 27:27 (10:14)AaB Handball : Čehovski medvedi 30:38 (15:19)Standing:1. Čehovski medvedi* 8-132. Valladolid* 8-113. Pick Szeged 8-84. Kadetten Schaffhausen 8-75. Dinamo Minsk 8-56. AaB Handbold 8-4
3 Comments Foster service in south central Dublin had ‘significant risks’ for children All other 21 headings “require improvement”. Tuesday 18 Apr 2017, 11:39 AM A REVIEW OF the foster care services in Dublin south central found that there were “significant risks” in five of 26 standards.A Hiqa report into the services found that there were positives in the system, including the allocation of social workers, but that some safeguarding and vetting processes were consistently ignored.The report found that there were significant risks in:Safeguarding and child protectionReviews of foster carersAssessment of relative foster carersManagement of foster care agencyTraining and qualificationsAll other 21 headings “require improvement”.Moreover, there was no system in place to ensure all staff were vetted in line with Children First (2011) and Tusla’s own recruitment policy. Social workers also told inspectors that there was confusion and uncertainty amongst the team on how to manage welfare concerns and allegations.Among the serious risks that were identified at this service were long delays in the commencement and completion of relative foster carer assessments and in achieving a decision from the foster care committee.In addition, inspectors found that regular reviews of foster carers to assess their continuing capacity to provide quality care to the children placed with them were not occurring.It was also found that the management of the service was “crisis-led” rather than delivered in a planned manner.ConcernsThe service told HIQA there had been no child protection concerns in the previous two years; however, on review of files, inspectors found four concerns of a child protection nature detailed in significant event notifications. In these cases, child protection reports were not made to the relevant social work department.A statement from Tusla COO Jim Gibson said:“HIQA inspection reports are an important measurement tool and allow us to ensure that Tusla services operate at the highest possible standard. The report published today demonstrates evidence of good, child-centred practice and care in Dublin South Central, however, we acknowledge that there are areas which require improvement within the area’s fostering services.“Every child in foster care in Dublin South Central has an allocated social worker to ensure they are safe and well cared for in their placement.”Read: Snap election to be held in UK on 8 June http://jrnl.ie/3345010 7,809 Views Image: Shutterstock/Chinnapong Short URL Share Tweet Email1 Image: Shutterstock/Chinnapong By Paul Hosford Apr 18th 2017, 11:39 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article https://jrnl.ie/4507535 28,789 Views Share62 Tweet Email1 Feb 23rd 2019, 6:30 AM Marion Dyer, a Dublin-based GP who campaigned for the Eighth Amendment to be repealed, said that ultrasounds weren’t routinely needed in cases of early medical abortion, but there are some exceptions.“If a woman is unsure of her dates, or perhaps has a very irregular cycle, then an ultrasound may be required,” she said.In those cases, doctors providing the abortion would have to be sure they were acting within the law, which allows for abortion without restriction up to 12 weeks.Regarding ultrasounds apparently being offered by groups who are attempting influence women’s decisions she said: “Women in crisis pregnancy need non-directive healthcare.If you have an agenda, and you’re trying to manipulate a woman towards your preferred outcome, it’s not ethical, and that should not be happening.O’Shea said the outcome could be “very dangerous” if the machine was being operated by unqualified people. “You could miss an ectopic [pregnancy], which is a life-threatening condition.”He said the area was heavily regulated and standardised in terms of the training a doctor needed. Regarding the letter being sent to GPs offering ultrasound services at Murphy’s Dublin 7 location Dyer said: If their intent is to manipulate somebody, you can’t be absolutely certain it won’t succeed. Any attempt to deceive patients, is ethically wrong. If you’re not doing something wrong, you don’t have to be deceitful about it. More than 250 GP providers are doing everything they can to provide a safe service. It’s important to emphasise that women should only go through the official My Options helpline.In a statement to TheJournal.ie, the HSE said that services offered at Murphy’s clinic are “not part of the public health service delivered by the HSE”.“However, we would advise anyone availing of any health related services to ensure that they are conducted by appropriately trained personnel who are registered with the relevant regulatory body,” the spokesperson added.Court case Murphy last week told the High Court that he had registered the domain name www.myoptions.website on 8 December, and said his unregulated crisis pregnancy service has been in operation for more than 20 years under different names.The website, offering counselling and ultrasounds to women experiencing crisis pregnancies, was registered after the Minister for Health announced the name of the HSE’s crisis pregnancy service www.myoptions.ie.The HSE service went live in December following the passage of the Health (Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy) Act 2018, and its freephone service commenced in January.The High Court heard that “legitimate confusion” had since emerged among women seeking to avail of the HSE service as a result of the name of Murphy’s website.The judge said that despite the range of other names Murphy had used for his business over 20 years, there was now a legal issue over whether he could operate his website under the ‘My Options’ name.She said that it was “quite clear” that Murphy only used the My Options name when the HSE announced the use of the ‘My Options’ name last December, and that there was now a “very genuine urgency” to deal with the matter.She also mentioned media reports regarding an individual who had sought to use the HSE’s service, but became unsure when she also came across Murphy’s website.In response, Murphy announced his intention to countersue the HSE over the use of the name, claiming that its ‘My Options’ website was “fake in its intentions” and “recklessly endangering” women in a way that could lead to loss of life.The judge told him to immediately take steps to desist from using the ‘My Options’ name on any crisis pregnancy websites he operated, until the matter could be heard again on 1 March. Murphy reiterated his intention to countersue the HSE while speaking to reporters yesterday and repeated claims made in court that “thousands of women and babies are alive as a result of our operations over the last 20 years”. Comments are closed as the article references a case before the courts No Comments By Daragh Brophy & Sean Murray Saturday 23 Feb 2019, 6:30 AM AN ANTI-ABORTION activist who was recently ordered by the High Court to stop operating a website with a name similar to the HSE’s official crisis pregnancy service is claiming to offer ultrasound services from a building on the northside of Dublin city. Eamonn Murphy, who runs an unregulated crisis pregnancy centre at 9 Berkeley Street in Dublin 7, displayed what he described as a “top-of-the-range” ultrasound machine to a small group of reporters yesterday, after arranging a press conference to talk about his court case. It emerged in recent weeks that anti-abortion activists had been trying to trying to trick GPs into referring women in crisis pregnancies to the unofficial centre for free ultrasound scans. tA letter, giving the same Dublin 7 address, was sent to GPs suggesting doctors could face legal action for “assaulting” women unless they had recorded evidence that they had consented to an abortion.The letter, first reported by The Times (Ireland Edition), offered doctors free ultrasounds for the first quarter of the year “for any pregnant woman you refer to us”. Murphy said in an interview with TheJournal.ie earlier this month that his centre had a working ultrasound machine at 9 Berkeley Street, and that that was where the scans took place. Several attempts to arrange a viewing of the machine were rearranged or postponed by Murphy in the intervening period. However, he spent several minutes explaining how the equipment worked while speaking to reporters yesterday. He said he did not operate the machine himself but that scans were performed by “the people who are trained to operate it”. He would not give any more details other than to say the operators were “qualified according to the law of Ireland”. Source: Daragh Brophy/TheJournal.ieTheJournal.ie was unable to authenticate whether the machine was genuine – but Murphy insisted that it was, and had cost “ten grand”. He declined to answer any further questions on the topic. Murphy told the High Court earlier this month that his business had been operating since 1995 as the Women’s Counselling Network, also known as the Good Counsel Network, to assist women who believed they had no choice when they became pregnant.He was also involved with the running of an unregulated clinic called the Women’s Resource Centre located on nearby Dorset Street.Pro-choice activists familiar with the clinics said volunteers linked with them had often mentioned ultrasound services in the past, but that they had never seen a machine. ‘Not surprised’Dr Brendan O’Shea, adjunct assistant professor of public health and primary care at Trinity College Dublin, said he was “not surprised that there are agencies attempting to operate outside the main strand of care provided by the State”. He said women who found themselves in crisis situations should seek help via the official HSE My Options website and phone line. “There have always been ‘rogue’ agencies out there, and the important and practical thing to do is to ensure that people, particularly vulnerable ones, are fully aware of the main care pathway should they find themselves in a crisis pregnancy.” Asked about Murphy’s comment that his machine had cost €10,000, O’Shea said doctors could now purchase “a very decent ultrasound machine for around €12,000 to €15,000 that will work in the primary care setting”.O’Shea also said the machine displayed by Murphy did look genuine, adding: “The machine is only one part of the service. The training is at least as important, as is the ethically appropriate use of any information obtained when performing a scan.”You need the machine, a trained individual to scan, and confirmation that correct decision-making is undertaken at all times. Short URL Activist says scans are being offered with ‘top-of-the-range’ ultrasound machine at Dublin building Eamonn Murphy, a veteran anti-abortion activist, displayed the machine at the Berkeley Street centre.
AC Milan boss Gennaro Gattuso has issued his players a warning as the battle for a top-four spot in the Serie A heats up.The Rossoneri are currently down in sixth-place in the standings and two points adrift of fourth-place AS Roma, who defeated Chievo Verona 3-0 on Friday night.Therefore, victory against Cagliari is a must on Sunday for Milan if they are to retake their spot in the top four of the table in a bid to return to Champions League football for the first time since 2014.Gattuso’s men have only claimed three wins in their last seven Serie A games following a run of tricky fixtures, which recently involved Napoli and Roma.But Milan’s next five opponents are all in the bottom half of the standings and could potentially offer them a chance to establish themselves in the top four.Although Gattuso is taking nothing for granted given Milan’s slip-ups in recent years.“It’s important to stay focused, knowing that for the past seven or eight years we have reached spring and not been in the running for a Champions League spot,” said Gattuso on the club website.“We need to be in a good position when we come to play our final games of the season, this is our objective.“The players have had the opportunity to rest a bit this week, often it’s better to rest than work. Playing before the others has helped us because when we’ve played teams that have less games than us we’ve tended to struggle.Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“It’ll be a difficult match against Cagliari and the stakes are particularly high tomorrow, especially given other results (wins for Lazio and Roma on Thursday and Friday respectively).”In their last 10 league outings, Milan have only found the net eight times and conceded five.“We certainly need to improve technically and fill the penalty area more, and sometimes this can be put down to laziness,” added Gattuso.“However, in order to not concede goals, you have to work hard. It’s all a question of how you are mentally, and we’ve trained to play a certain kind of football.“A lot of desire is needed, and we need to make the difference by thinking about what we want to do.”The Milan and Cagliari will take place at the San Siro on Sunday with kick-off set for 8:30 PM (CET).Coach Gattuso previewed the game against Cagliari. Here are the best bits from the press conference 🎙Un minuto per riascoltare le parole del Mister alla vigilia di #MilanCagliari⏱ pic.twitter.com/eaJC1CSWwj— AC Milan (@acmilan) February 9, 2019
As the Senate continues debate on the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), language to change upcoming regulations for on-farm fuel storage has been accepted unanimously as part of the bill. The amendment would set storage tank thresholds below which agricultural operations would be excluded from the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Rule.Some farms would be exempt altogether, while others storing a certain amount of fuel would be allowed to self-certify their own oil spill prevention plans.The amendment creates a temporary 6,000 gallon aggregate aboveground oil storage exemption threshold for farms for up to 30 months, pending the completion of a joint EPA–U.S. Department of Agriculture study to set a permanent exemption threshold for farms between 2,500 and 6,000 gallons, based on what constitutes a significant risk of discharge to water and a subsequent rulemaking by EPA.The amendment also permits farms to self-certify their spill prevention plans if their aggregate aboveground oil storage is between 6,000 and 20,000 gallons. A professional engineer must certify the plan if the farm has an individual storage tank greater than 10,000 gallons, an aggregate aboveground oil storage greater than or equal to 20,000 gallons, or a reportable oil discharge history.
You won’t find plastic bags in the shopping carts of Dana Blair and Brenda Miles. The two Vancouver residents aren’t big fans of paper, either.“Then you’re looking at, how many trees are you going to destroy?” Blair said.Both walked across a Fred Meyer parking lot this week toting a load of re-usable cloth bags. They’ve welcomed recent news that Portland and Seattle, among a handful of other Northwest cities, banned the use of most plastic grocery bags since last year — adding fuel to a debate that’s far from over.The Washington Legislature has taken on the issue again this session, kicking around a pair of bills that would ban the ubiquitous plastic bags across the entire state. The idea has gained at least some traction, with the Senate version receiving a hearing last week. The House proposal — co-sponsored by eight Democrats — is scheduled for a hearing at 1:30 p.m. Friday in the House Committee on the Environment.Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon, D-Burien, is among the sponsors of the House version. He acknowledged a statewide bag ban isn’t likely to pass this year. But that’s not the only goal of introducing the legislation, he said.“I think it’s done a good job raising the profile of the issue,” Fitzgibbon said. Even if it doesn’t become law in 2012, “it’s certainly something that we need to be aware of.”
Nate DeHaan first saw Ninja Warrior Nick Hanson on TV in 2015.“Here’s this guy from Unalakleet, Alaska on the show,” DeHaan said. “And it was really cool to see someone from rural Alaska that made it there and did really well, and I thought, well, maybe I should give it a try.”A few months later DeHaan happened to be visiting Unalakleet, and he remembered that Hanson lived there.“I knew from Nick being on the show that he happened to have a warped wall on the beach in Unalakleet. And I was like… so when we get up there, and I was like, I gotta try this. I didn’t ask Nick’s permission. I don’t know if I ever told you that,” DeHaan admitted to Hanson.A warped wall is just a wall with a slight curve. The goal is to run up it until you can grab the top and pull yourself up. In Unalakleet, DeHaan stood in front of Hanson’s wall in his winter boots. He had to try it, and after a few falls, he made it.“Standing on top of that warped wall, I thought, ‘All right, I’m gonna go for it,’” DeHaan said.DeHaan applied to the show and got invited to season eight of “American Ninja Warrior.” He tracked Hanson down on social media to ask for tips. Instead, he got an invitation to train in Unalakleet with the person who had inspired him. DeHaan lives a few hundred miles away in Bethel. Luckily, he’s a pilot.“Nate actually flew his plane like, he was like, ‘Oh yeah I can just borrow a plane from the place that I work,’”Hanson remembered.The ninjas from the Bush trained together and competed in season eight of the show. They got along really well. When they both got invited back for the next season, they kept training together.“As Nate kept flying up, like first year flew up trained with me and left, and we filmed that, we actually got an Emmy for that by the way, on NBC. I don’t know if you knew that,” Hanson told DeHaan.“I’m taking credit for that, absolutely,” DeHaan retorted.They didn’t quite win, but still, DeHann and Hanson’s season was nominated for an Emmy. Since appearing on American Ninja Warrior, DeHaan has gotten a chance to do for others what Hanson did for him. He remembers an encounter while shopping in Bethel after his first season of the show aired.“While I was checking out, I had someone say to me, ‘Hey, I saw you on the show. I was going through a pretty hard time right then, and it really gave me hope and it inspired me.’ And it was crazy to hear that,” DeHaan said.Hanson knows the power that local heroes have, especially heroes that people can see themselves in.“I am Alaska Native. I did grow up born and raised in an Alaskan village,” Hanson said. “I speak the Inupiaq language with my aaka and aapa, and the kids from rural Alaska can all relate to me in a way that they might not be able to relate to a Steph Curry or a LeBron James.”“It’s really special to see people be inspired by you,” DeHaan told his friend. “It’s about inspiring the people around you to be able to reach for their own goals and to do things they didn’t think were possible.”“Thank you man,” Hanson said, laughing.Unalakleet’s Nick Hanson, the “Eskimo Ninja,” will return for season 11 of “American Ninja Warrior,” premiering on May 29. Nate DeHaan injured his knee last year trying to dunk a basketball, but he still plans to pursue some form of obstacle course racing in the future. You can’t keep a ninja down for long. American Ninja Warriors Nate DeHaan and Nick Hanson on DeHann’s Warped Wall (Photo by Katie Basile, KYUK – Bethel)The television show “American Ninja Warrior” enters its 11th season next month, and again will feature the “Eskimo Ninja”, Nick Hanson from Unalakleet. Hanson visited Bethel last week to hang out with his buddy, fellow American Ninja Warrior, Nate DeHaan. These two comprise two thirds of all the Ninja Warriors to ever come from Alaska. KYUK sat down with the two ninjas to talk about how they became friends, and what it means for them to represent rural Alaska on the show.
(Credit: Rawpixel.com/Shutterstock)What would it be like to live forever? The thought has likely crossed your mind. But you soon sober up — it ain’t going to happen.Nevertheless, the idea of living longer than your parents and grandparents is not farfetched. Better lifestyles (such as exercising regularly and not smoking) and better medical care have helped increase longevity in developed countries. People who otherwise would have died in their 60s from age-related diseases are living into their 80s and 90s.Live Long and ProsperA study published today in Science indicates that people are indeed living longer and that the maximum lifespan for humans has not yet been reached.Researchers examined records from the Italian National Institute of Statistics, focusing on Italians who lived to age 105 or beyond. Between January 2009 and December 2015, they found 3,836 of them, the oldest being 112 years old. The data allowed for accuracy and precision rarely found in demographic studies of people over 100 years old.And what they found was that after the age of 105, human mortality seems to hit a plateau. That is, you aren’t any more likely to die at 110 than at 105. It’s a contradictory finding, because mortality ticks steadily upward as we get older at all previous ages. Hit that golden age, a temporal “island of stability” if you will, though, and your odds of surviving stay about the same.What’s more, those in younger cohorts had slightly lower mortality rates, revealing that those born later had a better chance of living longer, likely the result of improved medical care.Centenarians are still more likely to die than those half their age, of course, but it does indicate to the researchers that “longevity is continuing to increase over time and that a limit, if any, has not been reached,” writes Elisabetta Barbi, a demography professor at the Sapienza University of Rome, and her colleagues.Long Life No GuaranteeThere are some reasons to be cautious when interpreting these results, of course, including the fact that the study only looked at Italians. Italy is home to one of the world’s famed “blue zones,” a region in Sardinia where people enjoy remarkably long life spans, for reasons that aren’t totally clear. This plateau in mortality might not necessarily hold for those in other countries.[To read more about “blue zones” and the people that inhabit them, check out our October 2016 cover story “What It Takes to Reach 100”]It’s also worth remembering that aging studies are subject to a necessary selection effect — mortality might plateau for those already predisposed to be long-lived, but not for others who might reach triple digits thanks to medical advances.Advances in mortality have been staggering in the past 100 or so years, though. In 1900, an American could expect to live to about age 47, according to a report from the University of California, Berkeley. In 1950s America, men were living on average to age 67 and women to age 73. By 1998, it was age 74 and 80, respectively. Those advances are slowing down, but haven’t stopped yet — though America in recent years has been a rare exception.A report in 2016 out of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine concluded that maximum human life span was 115 years. People have lived longer; a woman died in France in 1997 at the ripe old age of 122. But those are anomalies.The Science article suggests it’s too early to limit maximum human life span. “Our results contribute to a recently rekindled debate about the existence of a fixed maximum life span for humans, underwriting doubt that any limit is as yet in view,” the authors write.
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PARIS — France was mobilizing tens of thousands of police officers and closing landmarks – including the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre – as authorities warned that anti-government protests on Saturday could be even more violent than the ones that have crippled the country for weeks.“According to the information we have, some radicalized and rebellious people will try to get mobilized tomorrow,” Interior minister Christophe Castaner told a press conference on Friday. “Some ultra-violent people want to take part.”Authorities say 8,000 police will fan out across Paris, equipped with a dozen barricade-busting armoured vehicles that could be used for the first time in a French urban area since 2005.At the height of the festive shopping season, many Paris store owners were boarding up their shop fronts and have said they will remain shut Saturday for fear they may be in the line of any unrest between protesters and police.“It’s with an immense sadness that we’ll see our city partially brought to a halt, but your safety is our priority,” Paris mayor Anne Hidalgo said. “Take care of Paris on Saturday because Paris belongs to all the French people.”More news: Save the dates! Goway’s Africa Roadshow is backAcross the country some 89,000 police will be mobilized, up from 65,000 last weekend when more than 130 people were injured and over 400 were arrested as protests degenerated into the worst street violence to hit Paris in decades.Since the unrest began on Nov. 17 in reaction to a sharp increase in diesel taxes, four people have been killed in accidents.The protesters are collectively referred to as the “yellow vest” movement, in reference to the fluorescent safety outfit French motorists keep in their cars.Amid the unrest, some of the protesters, French union officials and prominent politicians across the political spectrum have urged calm especially as French President Emmanuel Macron agreed to abandon the fuel tax hike that triggered the movement. However, protesters’ demands have now expanded to other issues hurting French workers, retirees and students.The rioting has also had an economic impact at the height of the holiday shopping season. Rampaging groups last weekend threw cobblestones through Paris storefronts and looted valuables in some of the city’s richest neighbourhoods.More news: GLP Worldwide introduces first-ever Wellness programsThe national Federation of French markets said that Christmas markets have been “strongly impacted” and that its members registered “an average fall of their estimated figures between 30 and 40% since the beginning of the movement of the yellow vests.”In addition to the closure of the Eiffel Tower, many shops and museums across France, including the Louvre, Orsay Museum and the Grand Palais, will keep their doors shut on Saturday for safety reasons. By: The Associated Press Share Friday, December 7, 2018 Eiffel Tower & the Louvre to close as Paris braces for more violent protests Tags: Paris, Protests << Previous PostNext Post >>
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