Irish Navy Saves More Migrants off Tripoli

first_img Irish Navy Saves More Migrants off Tripoli Back to overview,Home naval-today Irish Navy Saves More Migrants off Tripoli View post tag: Tripoli View post tag: Naval Authorities View post tag: africa View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Libyacenter_img Share this article June 30, 2015 View post tag: Navy View post tag: Migrants View post tag: Irish Navy Irish Navy’s vessel LÉ EITHNE successfully located and rescued a total of 647 migrants off two separate vessels, 50 Nautical Miles north-west of Tripoli, the Libyan capital yesterday.593 migrants, rescued on 28 June, were transferred to HMS Bulwark yesterday morning and the crew prepared the ship for further search and rescue operations.At 8 am Irish time operations recommenced, with LÉ EITHNE rescuing 330 migrants on a wooden barge, 50 Nautical Miles north-west of Tripoli. Immediately following the first rescue the LÉ EITHNE was re-tasked to assist with the rescue of a further 317 migrants on a wooden barge in the vicinity.There are now approximately 647 rescuees on board the vessel.Image: Irish Defence Forceslast_img read more

Common Winter Illnesses In Children

first_imgIt’s “sick season”— kids everywhere are sharing germs with children at school, daycare and other activities. Some of these germs cause mild symptoms like a runny nose, but others can lead to life-threatening conditions. I want to share helpful information about common winter illnesses so parents, grandparents and caregivers know what to do, and how to help their child feel better.The Common ColdMost people will get more than one cold during the winter months, especially children in daycare or school. This virus occurs so frequently the word “common” is part of its name! The common cold is a virus that affects the upper respiratory system. Symptoms include nasal congestion, runny nose, cough, low-to-midgrade fever, and sore throat. (Body aches, high fevers, headache and/or chills are signs of flu or other infections.)The best support and treatment for a cold is symptom management. That usually means fluids and rest.  Nasal saline can thin out mucus and decrease inflammation in the nasal passages. If your child is over one year of age, a spoonful of honey can help with cough and sore throat. Orange juice may be something that kids will enjoy drinking and the extra vitamin C may be helpful and won’t hurt.  (Limit to 4-6 ounces per day, as juice has lots of sugar.) Over-the-counter cough and cold medication may be effective for adults, but it really doesn’t help kids under the age of 12.Most importantly, antibiotics are used for bacterial infections. The common cold is caused by a virus, not bacteria, and antibiotics do not treat viruses.BronchitisMany coughs that accompany a cold are still a virus and part of the cold symptoms. Even “productive coughs” (where you cough up mucus and gunk that you spit out) can be just another part of the cold.Bronchitis is more than a cough. It is inflammation/swelling of the larger airways leading to the lungs. Bronchitis generally develops as a secondary infection—usually bacterial—that comes along after several days or even weeks of experiencing cold symptoms.If your child is having higher fevers with cough for 3-4 days, they should be seen by a doctor. The doctor will listen to the child’s breathing to determine if it’s bronchitis. Because bronchitis is (usually) a bacterial infection, treatment may require antibiotics.Bronchiolitis Children less than two years old often get lower respiratory infections from viruses. Bronchiolitis is a common illness caused by an infection of tiny airways – called bronchioles – that lead to the lungs. Symptoms start out looking like the common cold, but once inflamed, the airways swell and fill with mucus. This can lead to wheezing, difficulty breathing, and lack of interest in food and drinking.Most children diagnosed with bronchiolitis are still treated with supportive care and can be managed at home.  Sometimes breathing treatments are prescribed.Any child in respiratory distress should see a doctor immediately—either in the office, urgent care or if overnight, the emergency department.RSV (Respiratory Syncytial Virus)RSV is a very common and contagious respiratory virus with symptoms that mimic a cold or the flu.For most babies and toddlers, the virus causes nothing more than a cold-like illness. However, premature infants, those under a year of age, and children with other health issues are at an increased risk of the virus developing into bronchiolitis and even viral pneumonia.If your child is age two or younger and has trouble breathing, or has a cough producing yellow, green, or gray mucus, or shows signs of dehydration, call your doctor. If diagnosed with a mild case of RSV, the provider will instruct you on how to care for the child at home. Kids with severe RSV may need to be hospitalized.No medication treats the virus itself. Antibiotics are used for bacterial infections, not viruses.If your child seems very tired, breathes rapidly, or has a blue tint to the lips or fingernails, get medical attention immediately.Influenza (The Flu)Influenza is generally referred to as “the flu.” It is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and sometimes the lungs. Unlike a cold, the flu comes on suddenly and causes symptoms like chills, fatigue, severe cough, high fevers and body aches. People can experience a mild form of the flu or a severe case that requires hospitalization.Anti-viral medication such as Tamiflu can shorten the duration and severity of the illness if received within the first 48 hours of having symptoms. That’s why it’s important to call your doctor or visit an immediate care provider sooner than later.The most effective way to prevent flu in people of all ages is to get a flu shot every year. Simple actions such as washing your hands, staying away from people who are sick, and covering coughs and sneezes also help slow the spread of viruses like influenza.Stomach VirusesThe “stomach flu” and influenza are not the same thing. When people say they have the “stomach flu” they are generally referring to viruses that cause vomiting and diarrhea – not a respiratory virus.While very unpleasant, most intestinal viruses simply need to run their course for 24 or 48 hours. Antibiotics or anti-diarrheal medication won’t treat the virus strain, so supportive care like drinking fluids and resting is most helpful. (Stay away from sugary drinks as they can lead to more diarrhea.)If your child has severe vomiting for a long period of time and can’t keep anything (including water) down, they’re at risk of being dehydrated. Call your provider, as he or she may either want to see your child or provide direction over the phone.Signs of dehydration include:•      Urinating less than 2-3 times in 24 hours•      Dry mouth•      No tears when crying•      Listlessness, being very lethargic, and not “acting right” beyond just being sickWhere to take a sick child for treatmentIf you’re worried about your child, it’s always OK to make an appointment for medical evaluation. Even if they have a viral illness and there isn’t much that can be done about it, as providers, we’re glad to rule out any serious illnesses. We can also recommend the best treatment options.If you are established with a Deaconess Clinic provider (pediatrics, family medicine, etc.) and need an appointment, call the doctor’s office or schedule an appointment using MyChart. You can also send non-urgent messages via MyChart.If your child is sick in the evening, or over the weekend during daytime hours, Deaconess offers the only Pediatric Urgent Care in the region on our Gateway campus. Other Urgent Care and EXPRESS locations also provide care for children. Visit deaconess.com/urgentcare to schedule online, or to see wait times for walk-in care. You can use sorting and filtering tools to find the right level of care by symptoms, choose locations based on wait times or proximity to you, and more.Finally, if your child is severely ill overnight (breathing distress, high fevers in infants, etc.), the emergency department at both Midtown and Gateway Hospitals is always open. Common Winter Illnesses In Childrenwritten by Mallory Williams Zorn, MD Deaconess Clinic Pediatrics FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Qualifications for safe food manufacturing

first_imgFood safety qualifications specifically for food and drink manufacturing have been launched by the Royal Society for the Promotion of Health (RSPH).The new qualifications are based on the new Food Safety Occupational Standards, developed by skills sector council Improve.Derek Williams, development director of Improve, said: “Existing food safety qualifications were tailored towards the catering and service industries and didn’t meet manufacturing needs.”Although they are stand-alone qualifications they could contribute to food safety modules of qualifications such as NVQs and SVQs, said Williams.The RSPH qualifications are to be followed by accreditation for versions offered by six other organisations – ASET, the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health, City & Guilds, Food and Drink Qualifications, the Royal Institute of Public Health and the Scottish Qualification Authority.last_img read more

Tall tale from Italian firm

first_imgEspresso machine manufacturer Rancilio has added new full-size 2-group and 3-group models to its range of Class 6 Tall machines. These have additional head room between the drip tray and the group head to cater for demand for larger drink cups up to 20fl oz and have been designed with high-street take-aways and coffee shops in mind.The range now comprises the 2-group Compact Tall with a five-litre boiler; the standard 2-group Tall (11-litre boiler); and the 3-group (16-litre boiler).The new models will be imported exclusively into the UK by The Coffee Machine Company.Price: full-size 2-group – £3,850; 3-group – £4,600. www.coffeemachinecompany.co.uklast_img read more

Subway launches healthy eating campaign

first_imgSubway is to promote its low-fat sandwiches in a new healthy eating campaign, as part of its commitment to the Government’s Public Health Responsibility Deal.The sandwich chain will be launching a television ad, which will highlight it range of nine ‘healthy’ sandwiches, which contain less than 5g of fat and 370 calories.Manaaz Akhtar, head of marketing for Subway stores in the UK and Ireland, said: “‘The Live Fresh, Eat Fresh’ campaign is designed to raise awareness of the low-fat sub range at Subway stores. “We want customers who are interested in a healthy lifestyle to feel confident they can head to a Subway store when in search of a healthier lunch.”last_img read more

Antonia Urlić new director of the Sector for Tourism of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce

first_imgToday for the director HGK Tourism Sector she was named Antonia Urlić. Urlić graduated in marketing at the Faculty of Economics in Zagreb, and gained rich experience in tourism working for prominent companies from the public and private sectors.In 20 years of her professional career, she was the head of the Promotion Service in Croatia Airlines, where she was in charge of managing marketing communications departments and improving sales and company design, and then in Valamaru was a marketing and brand manager. In the Chamber, she has been the assistant director of the Tourism Department of the Croatian Chamber of Commerce since 2016 Leile Krešić-Jurić, which leaves this function at its own request after more than five years.Urlić pointed out the lack of labor force in tourism, excessive tax burden on the sector and deficient regulations as three key problems that she will deal with in her mandate. “Croatia has one of the biggest tax burdens in tourism, which puts us at the very bottom compared to competing countries. Achieving the goals of the tourism development strategy in Croatia until 2020 and further development of the industry requires tax relief in tourism, including lowering the VAT rate. The issue of lack of qualified staff for tourism is a threat to all participants in achieving business goals, so through the work of chamber associations I will fight for the implementation of measures that will improve working conditions, and if necessary open the labor market, including increasing employability bases.”, Said Urlić, noting that it is necessary that these changes are accompanied by new legislation fully harmonized with the needs and requirements of the profession, especially regarding the Law on Maritime Property and Seaports and the Law on Tourist Land, without which the growth of tourism is not possible. sector as a whole.By the way, the Department of Tourism at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce is one of the few positive examples that brings together tourism professionals through various tourism sections, organizes various workshops, trainings and forums, proactively works through meetings of all sections where the whole market is analyzed. climate in tourism. Of course, it can always be better, but the fact is that the Department of Tourism at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce has always been a proactive and extended hand to the tourism sector.Danijela Čavlović, new president of the Family Accommodation Association at the Croatian Chamber of CommerceAt the session of the Council of the Family Tourism Association at the Croatian Chamber of Commerce, held on September 19, the current president Nedo Pinezić was relieved of his duties at his own request. He was replaced by Danijela Čavlović, vice president and current president of the ZOT Section of the City of Zagreb. The new vice president is Martina Nimac, president of the ZOT Section of the Split-Dalmatia County.Related news:DANIJELA ČAVLOVIĆ ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE FAMILY TOURISM COMMUNITY AT THE Croatian Chamber of CommerceFINALLY FOUND SOLUTION AGAINST LACK OF LABOR IN TOURISM<br />
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Saint-Etienne president sends message to Arsenal over William Saliba

first_imgArsenal are being heavily linked with William Saliba this summer (Picture: Getty)Saint-Etienne president Roland Romeyer has stressed that the club are under no obligation to sell William Saliba to Arsenal.The Gunners are on the hunt for a central defender this summer and Unai Emery has identified Saliba as a target along with the likes of Dan-Axel Zagadou and Joachim Andersen.Reports last week claimed that Arsenal had an offer of €23m bid plus €7m bonuses rejected by Saint-Etienne for Saliba, with the Ligue 1 outfit demanding at least €30m for the 18-year-old Frenchman.There have also been rumours that Arsenal would be prepared to loan Saliba back to Saint-Etienne next season in order to sweeten a potential deal.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityHowever, it appears the north London giants will be unsuccessful in their pursuit of Saliba after Saint-Etienne’s president brushed off speculation of a move.‘William is under contract with Saint-Etienne until 2023,’ Romeyer said.‘He likes it here and wants to play European football with the club that grew him at youth level.‘I understand that he is a wanted man due to his talent and the qualities that he showed last season. Comment Saint-Etienne president Romeyer says the club are under no obligation to sell Saliba (Picture: Getty)Saint-Etienne’s manager Ghislain Printant has also poured cold water on rumours of Saliba joining Arsenal.‘The sale of Saliba is not an absolute necessity,’ he said.More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moves‘There is no urgency [to do so]. He is courted by clubs. From a sporting point of view we want to keep him next season and that’s his wish too. He still has room for development.‘We will see. Our goal is for him to be with us again this season.’MORE: Crystal Palace board ‘incensed’ by Arsenal’s £40m transfer offer for Wilfried Zaha Tom OlverTuesday 2 Jul 2019 12:09 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link393Shares Advertisementcenter_img Saint-Etienne president sends message to Arsenal over William Saliba Saliba broke into Saint-Etienne’s first-team last season (Picture: Getty)‘That also highlights the value of all the work done in our youth academy in perfect harmony with the coaching staff of the first-team.‘Other youngsters will soon burst onto the scene. Our youth set-up is part of the DNA of the club and we are constantly putting more resources behind it as evidenced by the considerable renovation works that are currently being undertaken.‘To come back to William, we are under no obligation to sell him to another club, nor are we in some urgent financial situation.’ Advertisementlast_img read more

Gov. Wolf Honors Fallen Officers at Annual Police Memorial Ceremony

first_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Gov. Wolf Honors Fallen Officers at Annual Police Memorial Ceremony Press Release,  Public Safety Harrisburg, PA – At today’s Fraternal Order of Police Annual Police Memorial Ceremony, Governor Tom Wolf honored the four Pennsylvania law enforcement officers whose watch ended while on duty during the last year.“Thank you to the Fraternal Order of Police for inviting me to be here.“Each time I visit with law enforcement I feel renewed amazement at the bravery exhibited by the men and women who keep Pennsylvanians safe, our homes safe, our communities safe.“To serve the public is to face a fear of the unknown each day.“You don’t know what will happen when you knock on the door with a warrant, or pull over an errant driver during a traffic stop, or respond to a domestic violence call.“It takes a unique bravery to run toward danger, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart for having the bravery to do this job. And, for your strength to carry on when your brothers and sisters fall into harm’s way.“In the work you do, you honor the memory of those whose watch ended: Raymond Diaz Jr., a police officer with the Philadelphia Police Department’s 24th District; Christopher David Hill, a Deputy U.S. Marshal with the U.S. Department of Justice’s U.S. Marshal Service; Brian Scott Cuscino, a detective sergeant with the New Castle Police Department; And Alex Sable, a police officer with the York City Police Department.“Today we have gathered to honor their memory, but I say you have already done that by carrying on the selfless work of watching over your fellow Pennsylvanians, the people we love, the places we call home.“I thank them and ask everyone to honor their character and bravery.“And I ask that we remember their families, who have already faced their greatest fear and now must find the courage to carry on. Thank you for your sacrifice. It is now our time to support you.“Thank you to everyone for being here today for this tribute to our police officers: marshals, sheriffs’ deputies, constables, and other law enforcement officials.“I am grateful for the heroic work you do each day in keeping our commonwealth safe.”center_img May 06, 2019last_img read more

Dominica Police confirms death of hairdresser who collapsed last Friday

first_img Share LocalNews Dominica Police confirms death of hairdresser who collapsed last Friday by: – January 24, 2012 Sharing is caring! 84 Views   6 comments Sharecenter_img Share Tweet Judith Casimir-Shillingford. Photo credit: Facebook.The Dominica Police Force through its Public Relations Officer has confirmed the death of 38 year old Judith Casimir-Shillingford who collapsed last week Friday.Dominica Vibes News reported on Friday 20th January, 2012 that a hairdresser died suddenly in what appeared to be bizarre circumstances. The report further stated that Judith Casimir Shillingford was at the time treating a customer’s hair when she collapsed and never regained consciousness. Public Relations Officer of the Dominica Police Force, Sergeant Kenth Matthew has confirmed to Dominica Vibes News that Shillingford was pronounced dead about 3:20 pm on Friday 20th January, 2012 at the Princess Margaret Hospital.“At 3pm on Friday 20th January, 2012 a 38 year old hair stylist and manicurist Judith Casimir-Shillingford of Cornwall Street collapsed suddenly as she worked at her saloon at the Prevost Cinemall. She was swiftly taken to the Princess Margaret Hospital at 3:20 pm a doctor there pronounced her dead after an examination.”According to Sergeant Matthew, Shillingford’s body has been secured at the Princess Margaret Hospital Mortuary pending a post-mortem investigation, the results of which will form part of a Coroner’s Inquiry.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Memories

first_imgLisa Gausman, present Batesville Boys and Girls track coach, brought over a box of track and cross country pictures and record books.   Memories of many of the years that I coached were in that box.  It brought back memories of the scissors kick in high jump, the long hair styles of that era, the cinder track, and names & faces that many of you might remember.One of the most interesting was the photo of the pit used for the high jump.  It was not one of the fancy ones produced by Gill, but old mattresses donated by Hillenbrand Industries piled on top of each other.  The bar was metal, not fiberglass like today.Some of the faces included Terry Giesting, father of current multiple record holder Chris Giesting.  There were also pictures of Dennis Dierckman who was one of our first cross country champions.  Dennis helped put Batesville on the map in cross country back in the late 60’s.  It also included names like Pete Schmidt, John Harmeyer, and David Galle.There were also photos from my years as head basketball coach, and pictures of the memorable 1971 team coached by Kirby Overman that many thought would win a state championship.  It was a fun afternoon reminiscing.last_img read more