The bearish wave is not slowing down for the second day in a row. Ethereum 's failure to break above $205 hurdles seems to have killed bull 's confidence in the recovery. At the same time, this situation opened wide the gates for the bears to have a field day. Ethereum struggles to stay above $195 support yesterday bore no fruits as selling pressure skyrocketed.The trendline break on hourly timeframe added gasoline into the fire. The armored bears successfully forced ETH through $190 support. However, $185 seems to be holding ground impressively. In fact, a correction is underway towards $190 support turned resistance.
Letts, who had dual Canadian British citizenship, said he hopes Canada can get him out of the Kurdish prison where he has been held for about two years, even if it means he goes to prison in North America, according to an ITV News interview.Trudeau 's Liberals repealed a law that allowed for the citizenship of those convicted of terrorism offences to be revoked. The policy shift and Trudeau 's famous "a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian " mantra, has prompted accusations from some opponents that he is soft on national security.
WHO estimates that around 1.13 billion people globally are suffering from hypertension and, most of these individuals belong to low and middle income countries. This international body also says that less than 1 in 5 people with the problem of high blood pressure is able to reach normalcy.Blood pressure is basically the amount of force exerted by your blood on your arteries while being circulated in the body. When this pressure increases, the condition is called hypertension or high blood pressure. Your heart pumps blood to your body in order to circulate oxygen and minerals throughout. This pumping action actually creates pressure in the arteries that carry the blood. Though there is no known cause behind high blood pressure, scientists believe that factors like old age, family history, obesity, lack of physical exercise, smoking, mental stress, etc. can potentially contribute to this health problem. Usually, high blood pressure is not characterized by any symptom. But some people do experience signs like a headache, nosebleed, heart palpitation, nausea, vomiting, blurred vision, breathlessness etc. If not taken care of on time, it may lead to complications like stroke, heart attack, blood clots, kidney disease, metabolic syndrome, memory problem, etc.
YouTube, which has been under pressure for facilitating inappropriate content viewed by children, is in discussions with federal regulators to end its advertising targeting on videos that appeal to kids, Bloomberg reported.
Lay Zhang, Jackson Wang, Lai Kuan lin and Victoria Song were among the K pop artists who recently uploaded a Chinese flag and declared themselves as ;one of 1.4 billion guardians of the Chinese flag; on their official Weibo social media accounts. Wang is from Hong Kong and Lai is from Taiwan.Some see the public pronouncements as the latest examples of how celebrities and companies feel pressured to toe the line politically in the important Chinese market. Yet they also coincide with a surge in patriotism among young Chinese raised on a steady diet of pro Communist Party messaging.
Belly Fat: Best Foods To Eat To Eliminate It Visceral fat can be detrimental to our health. Here's the best diet to help curb it off and keep ourselves healthier. Simple Exercises That Guarantee Weight Loss From walking to yoga, know the easiest exercises that have been proven effective to support weight loss. 5 Romaine Lettuce Health Benefits That Will Surprise You Here are five health benefits of eating romaine lettuce. Under the HoodBehavior, Neuroscience Your Brain Brain Part Responsible For Turning Symbols To Letters Uncovered Scientists now know a little more about how our brains transform symbols into language. Note Taking: Good Or Bad For Memory? Find out if note taking affects memory retention positively or negatively. Avoid Dementia By Managing Blood Pressure, Study Suggests Researchers found that controlling high blood pressure could also help reduce the risk of developing dementia. InnovationTechnology the Business of Medicine
The 20 day Chaikin Money Flow indicator for Fortive Corporation (NYSE:FTV) is currently 0.00712359. This indicator was developed by Marc Chaikin who observed that the pressures of buying and selling could be figured out by where a period finishes relative to the range of highs and lows. Traders may use a variety of moving average indicators when examining a particular stock. Checking on some Exponential Moving Averages for Fortive Corporation (NYSE:FTV), we note that the 200 day is 78.02514488, the 100 day is 76.24049587, and the 50 day is 73.58802478. Zooming in closer, we note that the 30 day EMA is 71.55900723, the 20 day is 70.18859509, and the 10 day is noted at 68.80493615.
He said the new curriculum offers the greatest promise for Kenyan children and allows the learners to develop their inherent talents and abilities. We put too much pressure on children to pass examinations and to acquire university degrees. Our children have no opportunity to grow as children, said President Kenyatta.
Loneliness, isolation, bullying and financial pressures are causing a mass mental health crisis on the Hinkley Point C construction site, where at least 10 people attempted suicide in the first four months of 2019, according to The Guardian.
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Accumulation of cholesterol is a common problem these days. It is associated with some of the dangerous health conditions like coronary heart disease, stroke, heart attack, diabetes, high blood pressure etc. According to a research published in the Indian Heart Journal, high cholesterol is present in 25 to 30 per cent of urban and 15 to 20 per cent of rural population. The prevalence is higher in developed countries. The international health body, WHO, states that raised cholesterol level is estimated to cause 2.6 million deaths and 29.7 million disability around the globe almost every year.In order to lower the levels of cholesterol, doctors prescribe a type of drug known as statin. HMG CoA reductase is an enzyme that helps in the production of cholesterol in the body. And, your liver stimulates this enzyme. The work of statin starts here. It blocks the location where this enzyme is produced. It also blocks the action of other molecules responsible for producing cholesterol. Moreover, this drug absorbs the cholesterol already present in the body. It does so by reducing the amount of lipid. Not only this, statins help in reducing the levels of bad cholesterol and increasing levels of good cholesterol. Notably, when you are taking this medication, you should eat healthy, quit smoking, avoid alcohol consumption and exercise daily. But long term intake of statins can be hazardous for your health.
Turkey and the United States appeared to climb down from another crisis in eastern Syria in early August. The agreement to coordinate the establishment of a safe zone along the Syria Turkish border leads to another stage in a process that began in December when the White House announced that the United States would leave Syria. It is a process that neither pleases Turkey nor U.S. partners on the ground among the Syrian Democratic Forces and it likely ensures more crises in the future. The decision by President Donald Trump to withdraw from Syria in December 2018 was presaged by threats from Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan to turn the east of the Euphrates into a peaceful and livable place for its true owners just like the other areas we have made secure in Syria. Tukey had asserted last year that ISIS was defeated and that it could deal with eastern Syria if the United States left, including tamping down ISIS remnants. This threatened a collapse of eastern Syria as the political echelons linked to the SDF opened discussions with Damascus and scrambled to send a delegation to Washington in January to encourage the United States to stay. In the end the United States did stay in Syria, seeking a slow drawdown and asking European countries to contribute more troops. The safe zone concept has been increasingly floated since January 2019 with claims that it could reach thirty kilometers into Syria and run along some four hundred kilometers of border to the Euphrates river. That s around the size of Connecticut and takes in most of the Kurdish population centers of eastern Syria. U.S. officials and lawmakers, such as Sen. Lindsey Graham, have said that while the United States understands Turkey s concerns, the United States should not ditch its SDF partners who defeated ISIS in eastern Syria, liberated Raqqa, and lost thousands of fighters between 2014 and 2019. The Pentagon understands the importance of keeping eastern Syria stable, detailing in a Department of Defense Inspector General report released on August 6 how the U.S. led coalition against ISIS was investing in training 110,000 security forces in eastern Syria. The Pentagon report details how the drawdown since December has led to concerns about ISIS resurgence and also notes that the Syrian Democratic Forces in place today face challenges securing former ISIS supporters in detention facilities. In short, eastern Syria needs more investment and yet the crisis with Turkey continues to bubble up every few months at the most critical time. U.S. envoy James Jeffrey, who is both the Special Representative for Syria and the anti ISIS envoy, went to Turkey on July 22 to seek to avert the latest Turkish threat to launch a military operation into eastern Syria. Media in Turkey emphasized that Ankara was serious this time about launching an operation, one it has threatened to do for a year. Ankara s calculations here are multilayered. Prior to the Afrin operation in January 2018, where Turkish forces and Turkish backed Syrian rebels attacked the Kurdish People s Protection Units (YPG) in an area they held in northwest Syria, Ankara had warned about the operation for months. The key came in January 2018 when Turkey was able to get assurances from Russia about using Syrian air space. Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in July 2019 that Turkey would launch the operation if the safe zone was not established. Anadolu s report at the time noted that Turkey s threats were also tied to the S 400 controversy where Turkey has purchased Russia s air defense system and the United States has sought to remove Ankara from the F 35 program. The move might trigger a unilateral Turkish military operation, Turkey s Anadolu news noted Erdogan said on July 26 that Turkey was determined to shatter the terror corridor east of the Euphrates, no matter how the negotiations with the U.S. concludes. Turkey views U.S. partners among the SDF, particularly the YPG, as part of this terror corridor. He said, those who put their trust in foreign powers in the region will be put underground. These are harsh words from Turkey. Ankara directly links the potential operation in eastern Syria with the F 35 and S 400 issue, which appears to show that the threat of the operation is meant to deter the United States from sanctions over the S 400. Yet Ankara insists that in either scenario it will eventually go into eastern Syria. The only way to avoid this is for a safe zone that is largely on Ankara s terms. The United States scrambled in late July and the first days of August to prevent the operation. Turkey said it could not tolerate the cancer on its southern border, while recently appointed U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper said any operation would be unacceptable on August 5. As if on cue, someone used the Special Operation Joint Task Force Twitter account for Operation Inherent Resolve to tweet on August 5 that our partners in northeast Syria have sacrificed much to consolidate gains and keep peace and stability. The following day, another coalition Twitter account highlighted the role of its partners in eastern Syria. Officials with the SDF warned that a Turkish operation would lead to a major conflict. Ankara said that it wants to do in eastern Syria what it carried out in Afrin, Jarabulus and Al Bab. These are the three areas that Turkey occupies in northern Syria from which it launched operations in 2016 and 2018. Ankara told Turkish media on August 4 that it had informed Moscow and Washington about its upcoming operation into areas in eastern Syria. This would allegedly mean Turkish armor and air forces could attack the SDF, which is partnered with the United States. How that would work, considering that the coalition controls the air space in eastern Syria, was unclear. Russia has frequently slammed the United States for occupying eastern Syria, alleging that Washington trades oil and trains terrorists. Turkey s improving relations with Russia over the S 400 deal and Ankara s claim it informed Ankara come in this context. On August 7, the U.S. Embassy in Syria announced that a compromise had been hammered out. A rapid implementation of the agreement would address Turkey s concerns. An operations center in Turkey would be made to coordinate the safe zone. The safe zone would become a peace corridor and every effort would be made so that displaced Syrians can return to their country. Of interest in the statement was the claim that it would be done rapidly and that the United States had adopted Ankara s language of a peace corridor. The third aspect of the U.S. Turkey agreement was the assertion that Syrian refugees, many of them Sunni Arabs from other parts of Syria, would return to eastern Syria. In the past, Turkey has tried to return Syrian refugees to other parts of Syria. Reports in March 2018 noted that Turkish officials said they could not host 3.5 million Syrians forever. Turkey s TRT Turk said in March that 330,000 refugees had returned to Syria, some of them to Afrin. But these are not areas they were necessarily from. This raises concerns, particularly among Kurds, that the larger objective of a peace corridor would be demographic change, not just in Afrin but along the border area. Reports that Turkey envisions sending seven hundred thousand Syrians into the area of the peace corridor appear to confirm these concerns that Ankara s plans are multilayered. Ankara wants to defeat the SDF on the border, create tensions between the United States and its SDF partners, compel Washington into a deal over the S 400 by using Syria as leverage, and repatriate almost a million Syrians to reduce pressure on Turkey s economy. If Ankara only meets two of these objectives, then the recent crises over eastern Syria would be successful. Ankara s claims that eastern Syria would be returned to its true owners, a term that has been used before regarding Afrin, leads to questions about the message sent by assertions that those living in eastern Syria today are not the true owners. The United States, however, has no interest in becoming an arbiter of a land registry in eastern Syria; the coalition has focused primarily on security issues and the drawdown of forces after December that would reduce the number of contractors, diplomats and the semblance of investment in civil affairs. The latest Department of Defense Inspector General report made that clear as well. This leaves a constant cloud of crises hanging over eastern Syria. On the one hand there are the estimated fifteen thousand ISIS fighters in Syria and Iraq and the presence of ISIS sleeper cells. Also, there is the difficulty of securing former ISIS members in detention facilities and at Al Hol camp. While the United States wants the SDF to focus on stabilization and security, inevitably the SDF is concerned about Ankara s threats and what a safe zone will mean. Can the SDF be asked to abandon areas along the border that it sacrificed heavily for in 2014 and 2015 in the battle with ISIS in places like Kobani? The U.S. experience in other places, whether Iraq, Somalia, Libya Afghanistan, or training Palestinian security forces, shows that the United States has done a poor job of nation building and acting as an arbiter between competing national groups. The approach to fighting ISIS has shown that current U.S. policy is primarily about working by, with and through local forces who help pinpoint and neutralize members of groups like ISIS. This policy is not focused on changing political systems and administering territory. 1 2 Next View the discussion thread. copy; Copyright 2019 Center for the National Interest All Rights Reserved
He also said the trade war between the US and China should have resulted in increased businesses for Indian players, but that has not happened till now."The Indian auto component industry rests on the tripod of sales to vehicle makers in India, after replacement market and exports. All the segments are facing pressures," Ram Venkataramani, President, ACMA, told IANS.
The 71 year old actress is famous for her performances in movies such as Chhoti Si Baat, Rajni Gandha and Pati Patni Aur Woh. She is presently seen in the role of a grandmother in the Star Plus television show Kullfi Kumarr Bajewala. Prior to that, she had also acted in several other popular daily soaps including Qubool Hai and Kkavyanjali among others. It was reported that even though her pulse rate and blood pressure are normal, she is admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at the moment. Sources close to the development told the entertainment portal that her condition got better on Wednesday but it still couldn't be considered completely stable.
Land is under growing human pressure and climate change is adding to these pressures, according to the latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which warned that emissions from land and food have to be tackled in order to keep global warming below 2 C. The IPCC, the world body for assessing the state of scientific knowledge related to climate change, looked at the climate change effects of agriculture, deforestation and other land use. Together, those activities generate about a third of human greenhouse gas emissions.
While Marinovich is an extreme example, kids today face increasing pressure to perform on the field at a younger age. Whether it;s in attempts to position themselves for scholarships or being the avatars of competitive parents, children, according to an Aspen Institute study, are being set up to fail, resulting in more children ages 6 to 12 dropping out of organized youth sports.A new ad from ESPN and Arnold Worldwide, inspired from Aspen Institute, the main client for the campaign, addresses the issues of excessive injuries from overtraining, burnout, discouragement and demoralization head on, and features a young athlete announcing his retirement from sports of any kind.
New Delhi: Government s hypertension screening program India Hypertension Control Initiative (IHCI) currently running in 25 districts will now be expanded to 100 districts covering all states.The ministry of health and family welfare launched the initiative in November 2017 that enrolled more than three lakh patients with high blood pressure in the government health facilities in 25 selected districts of the country in the states of Punjab, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Telangana, and Maharashtra.
Type 2 diabetes is a very common disease. But, there is also type 1 diabetes where your pancreas are unable to produce the insulin hormone. This is necessary to keep your blood sugar levels normal. In type 2 diabetes, your pancreas produces enough insulin, but your body is not able to use it effectively. Increased thirst and frequent urination are often symptoms of type 2 diabetes. Other symptoms include increased hunger, fatigue, blurred vision, slow healing sores, frequent infections, unintended weight loss, etc.If you are overweight, lead a sedentary lifestyle or have a family history of diabetes, you are more at risk. Old age, polycystic ovarian syndrome, etc. can increase your chances of developing this disease. During the initial days of getting type 2 diabetes, you may feel fine. But if the condition is not treated you may have complications like high blood pressure, stroke, nerve damage, kidney damage, fungal infections, sleep apnea, eye problem, Alzheimer 's disease, etc.