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* The QF entity lights up hospital in purple in recognition of premature and sick babies Sidra Medicine marked World Prematurity Day on 17 November in support of raising awareness about preterm birth. The hospital hosted several information sessions with staff and parents and also lit up its main building in purple, the official color for the observance. World Prematurity Day is observed on 17 November each year to raise awareness of preterm birth and the concerns of preterm babies and their families worldwide. Dr. Charlotte Tscherning, the Division Chief of Neonatology at Sidra Medicine said:
Dr. Charlotte Tscherning – Div. Chief of Neonatology
“Approximately 15 million babies are born preterm each year, accounting for about one in 10 of all babies born worldwide. In addition, premature birth is the leading cause of death globally in children under the age of five. For preterm babies who survive, the additional burden of prematurity-related disability may affect families and health systems. Observing this important day is a major step towards raising awareness, educating families and
Baby Winifred at Sidra Medicine NICU
healthcare professionals of the milestones and advancements in the field and what we can all do in not only continually improving the quality of care but also saving the lives of preterm babies. We also wanted to acknowledge the role of our own Neonatal ICU staff and their tireless efforts in saving the lives of premature and sick babies at our hospital.”
On 17 November, the NICU team from Sidra Medicine gathered with families whose babies were NICU patients to mark the occasion along with senior leadership, including Mr.
Baby Winifred and Eme
Mohammed Khalid Al Mana, the Managing Director and Member of the Board of Governors at Sidra Medicine and Prof. Ziyad M. Hijazi, Acting Chief Medical Officer.
The agenda included presentations about the challenges of giving complex neonatal care to the babies, along with making sure that the sensorial inputs to the babies are controlled and also supporting the parents to connect with their newborn baby. The day ended with a
One year old Winifred
walk around the main hospital building with staff and guests sporting purple glow sticks in support of families everywhere.
The program also featured the stories from three mothers, who each shared the journeys of their sick babies and the challenges they overcame. Eme, whose daughter Winifred was born premature last year, shared her experience as a NICU parent and the care that was provided at Sidra Medicine following her daughter’s surgery to treat Short Bowel Syndrome. Eme said: “Thank you to everyone at Sidra Medicine who took such good care of us. We spent seven months in the NICU ward and we could feel the love and care for our little fighter Winifred. We are truly grateful for the amazing care and for saving her life. There were some very hard and challenging days however the team at Sidra Medicine were wonderful in supporting us every step of the
Dubai: On Saturday 14 November, Ahmed Bin Sulayem, Executive Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, DMCC, joined the last set of activities at the DMCC Fitness Hub, in the JLT Park. Along with DMCC employees, JLT residents and visitors, Bin Sulayem took part in forming a huge human symbol spelling out “JLT by DMCC”.
Between 6 and 14 November, DMCC hosted a range of sessions and classes catering to all ages and levels as part of the city-wide Dubai Fitness Challenge. DMCC has been a proud host of the initiative since 2018. Supporting community health and wellbeing initiatives and efforts is inherent in the ethos of the UAE, DMCC and Bin Sulayem himself.
JLT is one of the most dynamic urban districts in Dubai and home to a growing diverse community of over 100,00 who live, work and visit the area.
Headquartered in Dubai, DMCC is the world’s most interconnected Free Zone, and the leading trade and enterprise hub for commodities. Whether developing vibrant neighbourhoods with world-class property like Jumeirah Lakes Towers and the much-anticipated Uptown Dubai, or delivering high performance business services, DMCC provides everything its dynamic community needs to live, work and thrive. Made for Trade, DMCC is proud to sustain and grow Dubai’s position as the place to be for global trade today and long into the future. www.dmcc.ae
Remembrance Day looked quite a bit different this year, but the message stayed the same.
“We must never forget.”
Local Legion president Sheila Donner led 100-plus people through this year’s Remembrance Day ceremony, and made sure that message was clear for all of those in attendance.
“We need to honour our veterans and we need to need to think of them more,” she said. “Many of them have scars that you and I can’t see.”
Those in attendance needed to dress in warm clothes, due to snowfall and weather around – 10.
“It’s cold out, but what’s important is that we’re here,” said Donner. “The crowd here today shows that Canada does appreciate their veterans and the sacrifices they made.
“Sometimes we can forget about veterans in the hustle and bustle, but we need to be thankful.
“Seeing everyone out here today shows me that Medicine Hat remembers.”
The ceremony was modified compared to previous years, with those in attendance being required to wear a mask. Wreaths were placed at the base of the cenotaph before the ceremony started. At the end of the program, individuals representing different organizations took turns walking up to the cenotaph and wreaths to salute.
The program was streamed live to the Cook Southland Funeral Chapel Facebook page. It can be viewed there.
Rita Myson got the ceremony early and walked to the cenotaph to see her great grandfather’s name on the mural.
Myson retired as a master corporal in 2008 and was a cook for 22 years with the armed forces. Her great grandfather John Myson died at Vimy Ridge during the First World War.
“I come out every year,” said Myson. “I’ve been a member of the Legion since 2007.
“Today, for me, is about remembering what came before us. If you don’t remember what came before you, you’re doomed to repeat it.
“Canadians are known as peacekeepers, but we’re known as some of the fiercest fighters out there.
“People before us fought for the freedoms we enjoy today and today we remember that.”
Myson says a Remembrance gathering is especially important this year.
“There has been so much isolation,” she said. “It’s important to come together and to stand together in unity.
“If anyone is feeling isolated or lonely, they can reach out to us at the Legion.
“I just want Medicine Hatters to keep smiling because tomorrow will always be a better day if you keep smiling.”
NEW YORK, Nov. 12, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Game Changers in Medicine, the new monthly podcast from Dramatic Health, premieres its fifth episode“Insulin: The lucky coin toss and improbable partnership that led to this life-saving elixir“on World Diabetes Day, November 14, 2020. Insulin was discovered almost 100 years ago and has been saving the lives of patients with diabetes ever since. Currently, more than 460 million people worldwide suffer from some form of diabetes. Produced by Dramatic Health co-founder and CEO Sean T. Moloney, the series is hosted by renowned medical futurist Dr. Rubin Pillay of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
For details on the podcast series, visit www.gamechangersinmedicine.com
The Dramatic Health and Game Changers in Medicine teams have gathered a distinguished group of experts to discuss the science and serendipity behind the discovery of insulin, and to offer their perspectives on the ongoing search for a cure for diabetes. Participants in “Insulin: The lucky coin toss and improbable partnership that led to this life-saving elixir“ include: Jay S. Skyler, MD, MACP is currently a Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics, & Psychology, in the Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, Department of Medicine, University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine. He served as Director of that division from 2000 to 2004. He is Deputy Director of Clinical Research and Academic Programs at the Diabetes Research Institute. Grant Maltman, curator of the Banting House National Historic Site of Canada, in London, Ontario, coordinates cultural resource management and heritage presentation at Banting House–the birthplace of insulin. Toby Smithson, MS, RDN, CDE is a registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN) and certified diabetes educator (CDE) who has successfully managed her own Type 1 diabetes for more than 45 years.
According to Executive Producer Sean Moloney, “We have an abundance of material, including an interview with Dr. H. Franklin Bunn, the hematologist at Harvard Medical School, who co-discovered the hemoglobin A1c, a major diagnostic indicator of prediabetes and diabetes. Dr. Bunn appeared in the premiere episode of Game Changers in Medicine last July.” A bonus episode of “Insulin: The lucky coin toss and improbable partnership that led to this life-saving elixir“ will be released at the end of November.
Dramatic Health, a national healthcare video company, is the producer of the six-part podcast series Game Changers in Medicine. Previous episodes have included: the premiere podcast about Vitamin K and an enterprising Boston house doctor; the creation of a smallpox vaccine and its parallels to today’s urgent search for a COVID-19 vaccine; the history of the blood thinner warfarin, a rat poison turned game-changer in cardiology, and the development of the X-ray. All episodes, a series backgrounder, and additional material about the podcast series are available at www.gamechangersinmedicine.com and can be accessed wherever you find your podcasts.
Contact: Mark G. Auerbach. [email protected]
For additional details on the episode participants: Diabetes Research Institute Foundation.
At Dr. Alexis Klassen’s dental office, military roots run deep.
“I have many family members who have served, who are currently serving,” Dental Assistant Jessica Bowley said.
“All the men mostly in my family have served in the U.S. Army,” Dental Assistant Olivia Markley said.
That’s why Klassen spent Veterans Day giving active and retired military members a reason to smile with free checkups.
“Today means a lot when somebody is giving back to the veterans, especially in this time,” Navy Reservist Jackson Russell said.
It’s part of a new tradition at her practice called the 1% Salute, a nod to the fact that only 1% of Americans ever serve in the U.S. military.
Dr. Alexis Klassen, Owner, Alexis Klassen & Associates : That means a lot. I mean that inspired me to look at the men and women in our service totally differently,” Klassen said.
And she’s also part of that 1%. After spending five years of active duty in the Navy, Doctor Klassen moved to the reserves where she’s currently a commander.
On a day where the community should be thanking her for her service, she’s thanking her community for theirs.
“For me to be able to say thank you in a really unique way to some of the people I served with, to people of the community, the neighbors and people I see in church or that go to school with my kids, it’s awesome.
Klassen’s dental assistants also stepped in to give back in their own way. After announcing the 1% Salute, many of her employees offered to work their shifts at no cost.
“One by one, my staff came up and said, ‘If you’re going to do that, I want to donate my hours and buy the vets electronic toothbrushes,’ or, ‘I want to donate my hours and give an extra room so we can clean eight more people’s teeth.’
Although this was the first time Doctor Klassen offered the 1% Salute, she said she plans on doing it again next Veterans Day on a much larger scale.
Veterans also received free gift bags and handmade cards from students at St. Aloysius, thanking them for their service.
The public holiday usually sees non-essential federal government offices closed. Banks, post offices and some schools could also close their doors on Veterans Day, some restaurants might also be closed, but others may remain open to offer deals to those off work.
Some will be looking to see if they can get a workout or attend an exercise class before going back to the office. Read on for our list of gyms that are open on Veterans Day. Note: Gyms in cities and towns with coronavirus restrictions may not be open, despite similar gyms being otherwise open nationwide.
Planet Fitness: Planet Fitness will be open on Veterans Day in many locations but hours may be reduced. A representative from the Brooklyn gym told Newsweek it would be open between 7-1 p.m. The Shreveport, Louisiana Planet Fitness gym will remain open 24-hours, according to a representative, and the Seattle Aurora Ave gym will be open regular hours. Phone your local gym to check Veterans Day hours. Local coronavirus restrictions may apply.
LA Fitness: This national gym has 690+ fitness clubs in the U.S. and Canada. Normal hours will apply to most LA Fitness gyms on Veterans Day, but some may have reduced hours—call ahead to check your location before you visit, local coronavirus restrictions may apply.
24 Hour Fitness: This all-day and night gym will be open, and will be fully operational on Veterans Day, opening hours may change in towns and cities with COVID-restrictions.
Equinox Fitness: Most gyms will have regular hours across the nation, but some may have shorter hours. An Equinox representative told Newsweek the best way to get the updated hours is to download the Equinox app, which has all the current hours and holiday hour changes for each location. Locations with COVID rules in place may differ depending on local government regulations. Los Angeles gyms, for example, are currently closed, but Orange County and New York gyms are open.
Gold’s Gym: A representative from East Northport, NY told Newsweek that it would be open during regular hours on Veterans Day, but as Gold’s Gym is franchised this may change from location to location. It’s best to call your local location before you visit.
Orangetheory Fitness: A representative from Orangetheory Fitness in Langhorne, Pennsylvania, told Newsweek the gym would be open on Veterans Day as normal, however, opening hours may change throughout the country as each gym is individually owned.
Snap Fitness: All the Snap Fitness facilities are open 24-hours a day and seven days a week, aside from Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. A representative from Glenwood Park, Atlanta, confirmed their branch would be open on Veterans Day.
Anytime Fitness: This member access 24-hours gym will be open at usual. Staff at the Congress St, Portland,
Nasir was among the 33 cricketers who underwent the beep test on the second day, and disappointed along with another out-of-favor national player Gazi
Bangladesh discard Nasir Hossain succumbed to another low by failing a fitness test Tuesday on the second day of the fitness tests being carried out by Bangladesh Cricket Board on the cricketers outside the national side, High Performance Unit and U-19 team.
The 28-year old Nasir failed the fitness test last season before the National Cricket League and only obtained 8.5 in the beep test, well short of the minimum 11.
Nasir was among the 33 cricketers who underwent the beep test on the second day, and disappointed along with another out-of-favor national player Sohag Gazi.
Experienced cricketers like Abdur Razzak, Enamul Haque Jr, Shahriar Nafees and Mohammad Ashraful all passed the fitness test ahead of the Bangabandhu T20 Cup, scheduled for later this month.
Shakib had reached the SBNS premises for the fitness test of the cricketers, being carried by Bangladesh Cricket Board for the upcoming Bangabandhu T20 Tournament 2020
Posted by Sports Tribune on Monday, 9 November 2020
The players’ draft will be held tomorrow ahead of which the chief of the national selection panel Minhajul Abedin informed that only those who pass the fitness test will be allowed to play the T20 tournament, the fixtures of which are yet to be finalized.
BCB is also mulling allowing spectators at Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium during the T20 competition as they are currently in talks with government authorities.
Meanwhile, all-rounder Shakib al Hasan will begin his road to competitive cricket return by appearing in the fitness test Wednesday.
Following the expiration of his one-year ICC ban on October 29, Shakib returned to the home of cricket in Mirpur Monday on the first day of the fitness eight where eight cricketers failed the beep test out of a total of 73.
SAN RAMON, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As the U.S. prepares to celebrate Veteran’s Day this year, 24 Hour Fitness, a leading health club industry pioneer, welcomes all retired and active duty members of the military into its clubs, Wednesday, November 11, 2020. (Present photo ID at check in.)
And, for those looking for a dose of military fitness inspiration, the free 24 Hour Fitness app—24GO®—offers workout options you can experience whether you’re inside or outside of the club.
Enjoy this military-inspired workout courtesy of 24 Fitness and 24GO or access it directly through your free 24GO app:
Enjoy this military-inspired workout courtesy of the 24 Hour Fitness free 24GO app:
“On Veteran’s Day we pause and give thanks to the men and women in the military—for the sacrifices they make, and their devotion to service,” said Tony Ueber, CEO, 24 Hour Fitness. “I am proud of our company’s long-term commitment to the military. During this pandemic, we know how important fitness is to mind and body health and we’re grateful for each occasion that draws attention to the benefits of fitness and these exceptional citizens.”
24 Hour Fitness is dedicated to supporting the military—providing free workouts for active and retired military on Veteran’s Day each year. Additionally, 24 Hour Fitness has often recruited members of the military into the company workforce.
Over the years, 24 Hour Fitness has been acknowledged for its work with the military; named to the Top 100 Military-Friendly Employers List, Top 20 Military Spouse-Friendly Employers List, and was a 2012 Finalist for the Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award, the DOD’s highest recognition given to employers for exceptional support of their employees serving in the Guard and Reserve.
About 24 Hour Fitness
Celebrating over 35 years as an industry leader, 24 Hour Fitness helps transform lives every day through fitness. Conveniently located clubs, furnished with a wide variety of strength, cardio, and functional training equipment, are the perfect environment for fitness professionals to deliver dynamic personal and group training programs. Group exercise and cycle rooms feature a popular array of live classes. A multitude of additional offerings engage and inspire every member to lead a full and healthy life both inside and outside of the club. 24 Hour Fitness is headquartered in San Ramon, CA and serves over 3 million members in more than 300 clubs nationwide.
To learn more about us and to find the club nearest you, visit www.24hourfitness.com. Please note that all team members, club members and guests are asked to comply with local guidelines for COVID-19 business reopenings of indoor operations, including wearing a mask at all times and practicing social distancing in all 24 Hour Fitness clubs.
Christian Pulisic’s fitness is “day to day,” according to U.S. Men’s National Team coach Gregg Berhalter.
The winger has only made five appearances for Chelsea this season after suffering a fresh injury setback shortly after his return from a long-term layoff.
Pulisic pulled up with a hamstring issue during the warmup before Chelsea’s 3-0 win away to Burnley at the end of October. He had previously been out for around two months after tearing his hamstring in the FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal, in which Pulisic scored the opening goal.
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The current international break sees the USMNT play its first fixtures since February, with friendly games against Wales and Panama.
Pulisic joined up with Berhalter’s squad for the games despite his lack of fitness, and the coach has praised his commitment to the cause.
“Christian is in camp and is listed as day to day,” Berhalter told Fox Sports. “It really says a lot about Christian that he wasn’t playing for Chelsea but he wanted to come into this camp and be around the team and his status is day to day.”
Former Chelsea left back Ashley Cole said he expects Pulisic to give manager Frank Lampard “a good dilemma” once he is back to full fitness.
Pulisic starred at the end of last season and, with Hakim Ziyech, Kai Havertz and Timo Werner finding their feet in the Premier League, things are looking up at Stamford Bridge.
Meanwhile, Berhalter was also pleased to welcome Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie back to the squad, though he won’t have Josh Sargent at his disposal for the upcoming games.
Sargent was not permitted to leave for international duty by his club Werder Bremen, citing Germany’s current coronavirus restrictions. That had led to some concern that McKennie, who recovered from Covid-19 after testing positive in October, might also struggle to link up with his international teammates.
“With Weston, we were able to get him out of Italy and the situation is changing by the hour,” Berhalter said. “Josh Sargent wasn’t able to join the team but Weston is able to come.”
The USMNT will be looking to hit form before its 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign begins in the new year.