Obesity campaigners cautioned the results should not be seen as a green light to “let yourself go” when reaching middle age but added there was evidence gaining weight can be useful in protecting against fatal diseases. Prof Hui Zheng, a sociologist at The Ohio State University, said: “The main message is for those who start at a normal weight in early adulthood, gaining a modest amount of weight throughout life and entering the overweight category in later adulthood can actually increase the probability of survival.” Prof Zheng and colleagues analysed 8,329 participants in the Framingham Heart Study 4,576 parents and 3,753 of their children. Residents of the Massachusetts town have been tracked since 1948.
“I work in entertainment, and representation is always on my mind. Seeing someone like you on the screen is really powerful. But seeing someone like you in the White House feeds your soul,” said Nik Dodani, an Indian American actor and comedian. Bose has announced that it developing a pair of augmented reality glasses, which focuses on audio. Rather than superimposition of data over visually, like Google Glass or Intel’s Vaunt glasses, Bose’s AR technology adds an “audible layer of information and experiences.” The audio specialist company isn’t just working on these glasses but it also wants to build its audio AR as an entire platform for developers to create experiences. To that end, the company is also releasing a Bose AR SDK..
Can you imagine all the patients who now have no choice but to go to the emergency room because they don’t have access to these services?”Story continues belowThis advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.Article content On Friday, Brunet’s groupthreatened to launch a class action against radiologists for discontinuing ultrasounds in their clinics. That same day, the Association qubcoise des pharmaciens propritaires (AQPP) announced that its members will likely discontinue services for which they were able to charge patients in the past.Among those services are vaccinations and blood tests for those who take anticoagulant medication (blood thinners). Pharmacists used to charge patients about $20 for the test, which is used to evaluate the ideal dose for a patient.Jean Bourcier, executive director of the AQPP, estimated that the province’s pharmacists carry out 135,000 such blood tests each year.This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below.Article content “This is a major problem.