Bengaluru: It #39;s now looking increasingly unlikely that Karnataka will be spared the deep coronavirus trauma of the kind Maharashtra is currently undergoing. After seeming to have slowed the virus in the early days of May, the state is now hurtling towards a full blown epidemic.
Ulsan Hyundai vs Busan Dream 11 Prediction Ulsan Hyundai managed to win the first two matches of the new season for the first time since 2015. If it succeeds this time as well, it will be its 14th home match in a row, in which this team was able to score. Last year, Ulsan won 70.59% of the home matches he entered as a favorite (12 wins, 3 draws, 2 losses). However, he suffered one of these losses with the then newcomer to the competition, Seongnam. However, he has never lost at home with Busan (5 wins, 4 draws). One of the reasons is the fact that Busan was only able to score in four of the last nine mutual matches. This year;s return to the highest competition of Busan is not yet published and in both matches he lost and collected two goals. In both cases, the guests were the first to collect in the initial 30 minutes. They are the only team to have scored their first goal in both matches so far. On the other hand, he himself has not been able to score a goal before the break in the last five league matches.Match Details Match:Ulsan Hyundai vs Busan Date:24th May 2020 Time:15:30 IST Venue: Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium (Ulsan)
Business22 May 2020COVID 19 has brought to the fore and fused the subjects of science, sustainability, and social issues. On May 14, 2020 the Indian Council for Medical Research (ICMR) announced that it would partner with the World Health Organization (WHO) on the Global Solidarity Trial for Treatment of the COVID 19 disease and fast track trials to help in finding an effective treatment.
Washington D.C. India , May 23 (ANI): In a breakthrough study, researchers have found that use of antibiotics in infancy can raise the risk of obesity in early childhood, with boys being slightly more vulnerable.The findings by a team of researchers from Singapore''s NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS Medicine), Agency for Science, Technology and Research''s (A STAR) Singapore Institute for Clinical Sciences (SICS), and KK Women''s and Children''s Hospital (KKH) have been published in the scientific journal International Journal of Obesity.Animal studies using mice have documented that early life antibiotic exposure causes metabolic abnormalities including obesity through gut microbiota disruption although there is limited evidence from human studies.There is also accumulating evidence that suggests colonization of the gut microbiota at an early age plays a pivotal role in the weight gain and development of obesity in the later life (between ages 12 14).In a sub study of the Growing up in Singapore Towards healthy Outcome (GUSTO) birth cohort, led by Professor Lee Yung Seng, Head of Paediatrics at NUS Medicine and Group Director, Paediatrics, National University Health System (NUHS) and Principal investigator at SICS, and Dr Neerja Karnani, Adjunct Assistant Professor at NUS Medicine''s Department of Biochemistry and Senior Principal Investigator, SICS, the team examined the implication of gut microbiota in the relationship between infant antibiotic exposure and childhood obesity.Other lead researchers for this study are Dr Ling Wei Chen and Dr Jia Xu from SICS, A STAR. Very few human studies to date have examined this association.Through the study, the team showed that the use of antibiotics in infancy can raise the risk of obesity in early childhood, with the boys being slightly more vulnerable.Recurrent administration of antibiotics can disrupt the development of infant gut microbiota and serve as a potential mechanism for linking antibiotic exposure with later adiposity."Childhood obesity is a growing concern for the many adverse health effects it brings in adulthood such as Type 2 diabetes. The infancy period (1st year) represents part of a critical window of development which can have a lasting effect on subsequent health and disease later in life," said Prof Lee.The human gut relies on its microbial inhabitants to provide certain essential nutrients, aid digestion, and support their immune system. Acquisition of these friendly microbes starts immediately after birth and this process is highly sensitive to infant exposures.Antibiotics use is one such exposure. Although it helps eliminate the pathogenic bacteria, it may also eliminate some good bacteria during the course of its action."Acquisition of gut microbes in infancy is a highly dynamic and vulnerable process. Use of antibiotics during this process can disrupt the normal colonization and development of infant gut microbiota, and this may consequently influence a child''s weight gain and obesity risk," added Dr Karnani.The associated alterations in the gut microbiota through the use of antibiotics and their link with child adiposity has important implications on the role of gut microbiota in the development of body fat and risk of obesity, and the mechanism through which antibiotics exposure can lay the foundation for bad metabolic outcomes in the future.The findings of this study amplify the need for the careful consideration of the benefits vs the risks of administrating antibiotics and the frequency of their use in early life.The data from the study was based on interviewer administered questionnaires with parents, body composition measurements, and laboratory analysis of stool samples in children from the GUSTO mother offspring cohort study. (ANI)
The number of daily coronavirus cases hit a new high as India reported 5,611 new cases in the last 24 hours. Maharashtra witnessed over 2,000 new cases for the third straight day. The total number of coronavirus patients in India rose to 1,06,750. The first case of novel coronavirus was reported in India on January 30.Death toll has increased to 3,303 after 140 patients passed away on Tuesday. The fatality rate in India is relatively low at 3%. Maharashtra saw 76 fatalities in last 24 hours, the highest in a single day.
Just late last month, similar incidents were thrust into international spotlight when the Pentagon officially declassified and released videos of three encounters with unidentified aerial phenomena. The videos show what appear to be UFOs moving at high speeds while being recorded by infrared cameras.Each of the eight incidents took place in airspaces off the coasts of Virginia and North Carolina, with most of them occurring between 2013 and 2014.
Forced out of schoolMore than 10,000 schools in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia were closed during the 2014 epidemic to break the chains of transmission, given that children and young people can be vectors of transmission, and contact rates are high in schools. Consequently, 50 lakh students in these countries were pulled out of classrooms. While schools in Sierra Leone were closed for nine months, those in Guinea and Liberia did not open for almost six months. By the time they reopened, students had lost roughly 1,848 hours of education, ranging from 33 weeks in Guinea to 39 weeks in Sierra Leone, according to the 2015 UNDP report on the socio economic impact of the epidemic.
Justin Bieber he made history last week when he broke a record that Elvis Presley held by 59 years of age, but ... does it worth it?The singer of 25 years, has released Changeshis fifth studio album, on the last day of the 14th of February. The album is the seventh work from the Bieber who gets to the top of the charts, making it the youngest artist to put any more discs in the first place on the Billboard charts.
Aston Martin is a British luxury and sports car manufacturer that seemingly exists only to supply gorgeous cars to Q Division of MI6...which never do seem to make it back in one piece. But, unlike dear James, Aston is a real manufacturer that makes really desirable cars, not hit and miss movies with cheesy one liners. Looking at you, A View to a Kill.Aston Martin has a fair few years under its belt, getting its start way back in 1913 when Messrs. Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford plumbed an English racing engine a Coventry Simplex, in case you were curious into an Isotta Fraschini race car that had been designed by none other than Ettore Bugatti. An auspicious start, you might think. Well, 1914 kind of had other plans, as Wikipedia will helpfully explain, and it ended up being 1919 before a production Aston Martin ever left the factory.
In October 2014, Donald Trump tweeted that U.S. President Barack Obama should resign because a doctor who had treated Ebola patients in Guinea returned to the U.S.More than one critic of U.S. President Donald Trump has observed that Trump seemingly has a tweet for everything. That is, whatever the situation today might be, one can find an old Trump tweet about ot (or something similar) and more often than not that tweet will be a criticism of how someone else dealt with that situation.
May 14, 2020
The Lead Inspector General quarterly report to the U.S. Congress on Operation Inherent Resolve shows that the damage done to ISIS during President Donald Trump;s tenure has left the terrorists scattered, as they have lost most of their control in the region. The report, publicly released on Monday, confirms previous reports that, although the Trump administration has severely weakened ISIS, they are still operative. We are seeing ISIS come back as an insurgency, as a terrorist operation, with some 14,000 to 18,000 terrorists between Syria and Iraq, said the U.S. Special Envoy for the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS, Ambassador James Jeffrey, in January. Jeffrey also stated that the United States did not plan to withdraw its troops from Syria in the near future.
France will tax big digital businesses this year whether there is progress or not towards an international deal on a levy, its finance minister said on Thursday, adding such a tax had never been more legitimate or more necessary.Nearly 140 countries from the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) are negotiating the first major rewriting of tax rules in more than a generation, to take better account of the rise of big tech companies such as Amazon, Facebook, Apple, and Google that often book profit in low tax countries.
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Here are your Manchester City evening headlines on Thursday, May 14.Manchester City have been handed a boost after Premier League clubs agreed to short term deals for the players that see their contract runs out at the end of next month.
May 14 (Renewables Now) Australian brewer Lion Pty Ltd this week announced a 100% renewable electricity target for its beer production by 2025, and said it has already achieved carbon neutrality for 2020 with the help of certified carbon credits.As part of an existing carbon reduction programme, the brewer has reduced by 30,000 tonnes, or 28%, its absolute carbon footprint from 2015. This has been achieved with the help of energy efficiency upgrades, biogas utilisation, rooftop solar, and power purchase agreements (PPAs) for renewable energy. To offset its remaining organisational carbon footprint, Lion has purchased carbon offsets from Tasman Environmental Markets.
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Menu Open Search Search for: Search Posted inGermany Bundesliga squads train for ghost games Controversy rages over Bundesliga restart as German teams prepare for games in front of empty stadiums by Dave Makichuk May 14, 2020May 14, 2020 Share this: " Bayern Munich players practise for upcoming "Ghost Games" held in empty stadiums. Credit: The Guardian. Is it a curse or a blessing? The great German football debate is raging over the launch on Saturday (May 16) of so called ghost games with no fans in the stands.