Month: September 2021


Brazil-Argentina World Cup qualifier suspended after health officials intervene

A World Cup qualifier between Brazil and Argentina was suspended after Brazilian health officials objected to the participation of four Argentine players they say broke quarantine rules.

Just minutes after kickoff on Sunday at Corinthians Arena in Sao Paulo, officials entered the pitch to stop the game, prompting players from Argentina to walk off the pitch.

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“The referee and the match official will take a report to the FIFA Disciplinary Committee and they will decide what steps to take,” a statement issued by CONMEBOL read.

In a subsequent statement, FIFA said it “confirm that following a decision by the match officials, the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying match Brazil vs. Argentina has been suspended. Further details will follow in due course.”

Following the match,

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23,000 Central Visayas workers to get DOT-DOLE cash aid

TOURISM Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat announced Friday, April 30, that 23,293 displaced tourism workers from Central Visayas have been approved to receive cash assistance under the Department of Tourism (DOT)-Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Cash Assistance Program of the Bayanihan 2 amounting to P116,465,000.

Bohol Province recorded 8,513 workers who have availed themselves of the cash assistance program; 11,327 from Cebu Province; 1,564 from Negros Oriental, and 1,889 workers from Siquijor.

Each displaced tourism worker received P5,000.

In Friday’s virtual awarding of certificates, 1,594 beneficiaries from 16 Bohol-based establishments were acknowledged, with workers coming from tourism support services, resorts, restaurants, community-based tourism organizations (CBTO) and transportation, among others.

“These are but a few of the many programs the DOT has taken part or initiated to help the tourism industry of Bohol recover. We are counting on the continued support of our LGUs (local government units) and the private sector to

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5 tips for successful weight loss

Updated March 01, 2020

News about the latest fad diets and promises of simple, rapid weight loss appear to be everywhere. But the truth is, losing weight can be hard work — and there are no quick fixes for long-term success. A successful weight loss plan involves committing to long-term healthy habits that will not only help remove extra pounds, but leave you with more energy and better overall health. The five strategies below can help on your journey to weight loss success.

  1. Maintain weight loss motivation. Plan for success with activities that help you stay focused. For example, you might want to keep a weight log or food diary for self-monitoring, or write about your weight loss progress in a journal. You may even want to reward yourself with a new outfit or a bucket list vacation when you reach a specific milestone

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Border Patrol won’t use horses in Del Rio after outrage over treatment of Haitians

A United States Border Patrol agent on horseback tries to stop a Haitian migrant from entering an encampment on the banks of the Rio Grande near the Acuna Del Rio International Bridge in Del Rio, Texas on September 19, 2021.

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The Biden administration has halted Border Patrol agents’ use of horses in Del Rio, Texas, amid public outcry over video and photos showing mounted agents grabbing Haitian migrants trying to cross into the U.S. 

Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas told civil rights leaders Thursday that the administration “would no longer be using horses in Del Rio,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters during a briefing.

The Department of Homeland Security did not respond to a request for comment.

When asked why President Joe Biden has not publicly condemned the images, one of which shows an agent on horseback grabbing

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Florida Covid-19: Hospital filled with patients from coronavirus surge was forced to turn away someone needing cancer treatment, doctor says

A nearby hospital was working to transfer a cancer patient to a location that had adequate treatment options. Paryani said he regularly accepts such patients, but for the first time, could not do so due to the number of those sick from Covid-19.

“We just didn’t have a bed. There was simply no room in the hospital to treat the patient,” he told CNN’s Chris Cuomo in an interview Wednesday.

The latest Covid-19 surge, due largely to the more transmissible Delta variant, is pushing emergency rooms to the brink. Some states are reporting an overflow of ICU patients as well as staff shortages due to burnout and illness.

“Delta is just ripping through the hospitals in ways that we couldn’t have imagined and the strain it’s causing on the health care system is unimaginable,” said Paryani, the medical director of Tampa Oncology and Proton.

Florida, which is home to roughly
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The US Continues to Dominate the World’s Best Dental Schools in 2021

Dental schools in the United States continue to dominate ShanghaiRanking’s Academic Ranking of World Universities report of the top institutions in the world, with eight of the top 10 and 22 of the top 50. Last year, the United States had seven of the top 10 dental schools, after placing eight among the elite in 2017, 2018, and 2019.

This year’s top 10 included:

ShanghaiRanking based its findings on a survey of 1,500 deans, chairs, and heads of faculties and departments of the top 100 universities across a range of subjects. Questions focused on publications in the top tier journals in dentistry, the most influential and credible awards, and researchers who have contributed the most to the field, emphasizing research and reputation.

The University of Michigan

This is the fifth consecutive year that ShanghaiRanking has named the University of Michigan the top dental school in the world. Earlier this year,

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Zoo Miami: Orangutan dies following dental surgery

Officials say an orangutan has died at Zoo Miami following a dental surgery

MIAMI — An orangutan has died at Zoo Miami following a dental surgery, officials said.

Kumang, a 44-year-old Bornean orangutan, died Thursday during recovery from anesthesia, according to a statement from the South Florida zoo.

“We at Zoo Miami are heartbroken over this terrible loss and our deepest condolences go out to the staff that provided Kumang with such great care over the years,” the statement said.

The great ape had been anesthetized for the removal of two teeth, which were damaged and causing an infection in her gums, official’s said. The anesthesia, examination and dental care went as planned. Kumang was closely monitored by veterinarians, veterinary technicians and a human cardiologist. Her vitals remained

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