Share LocalNews Health professionals sharpen skills on nutritional care for HIV/AIDS patients by: – June 11, 2012 Tweet Share Share Sharing is caring! 19 Views no discussions (L_R) Coordinator of the HIV/AIDS Response Programme Julie Frampton and Caribbean Food & Nutrition Institute Nutritionist, Deborah HenninghamHealth care professionals have been given an opportunity to sharpen their skills in providing proper nutritional care to HIV and AIDS patients, during a two day workshop which is currently underway at the Garraway Hotel.The workshop is being hosted in partnership with the Caribbean Food and Nutrition Institute (CFNI), the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and World Food Programme, under the theme “Tools and Resources for the Nutritional Management of HIV/AIDS”.Caribbean Food & Nutrition Institute Nutritionist, Deborah Henningham, told participants during the opening ceremony on Monday that nutrition plays an essential role in the lives of people who are infected with the disease.She noted that health professionals have had “interest in nutrition and HIV for the past two decades or so. Their efforts have however been hampered because of the absence of algorithms, tools and guidelines tailored to meet the specific needs of persons living with HIV/AIDS”.It is with this in mind that the World Food Program and CFNI undertook a project “to develop and implement the much needed algorithms and the resource materials”. According to Henningham, there is great need for HIV/AIDS infected patients to obtain “quality nutrition” as a lack of it can lead to weakening of their immune system and progression of the disease.“Nutrition plays a critical role in comprehensive response and support and treatment of HIV/AIDS infected people. There are complex interactions between nutrition and HIV. For example, HIV progressively weakens your immune system and leads to under nutrition. In turn, under nutrition weakens the immune system thus worsening the effects and contributes to a more rapid progression to HIV/AIDS”.Health professionals at Monday’s workshop. Photo credit: Health Promotion Resource CentreWhile she lamented the “lack of early and adequate nutrition and support and care” in many Caribbean countries which she described as “one of the most important interventions for people with HIV,” she is hopeful that a recent publication on the tools and resources for nutritional management by CFNI will assist in dealing with this challenge.“CFNI’s publication will facilitate this process in the Caribbean region. This publication provides a standardized, problem-solving, decision making process for nutrition interventions throughout the life cycle. It acts as a guide to both nutrition professionals and other members of the health care team in providing a basic level of nutritional care”. While the workshop will focus on nutrition pertinent to HIV/AIDS patients, it will also provide “general nutrition principles are also applicable to other health and disease processes,” she explained. These benefits include; nutrition in antenatal care, evaluating the nutritional status of individuals, basic principles of meal planning and balanced diets, improving iron nutrition for persons with iron deficiency, management of under nutrition, calculating caloric requirements for healthy body weight and basic principles of weight loss.Dominica Vibes News
Schools in the following areasautomatically suspended classes yesterday: Pototan, Janiuay, Badiangan, BarotacNuevo, Anilao, Dingle, Dueñas, Lambunao, Calinog, Passi City, San Enrique,Banate, Barotac Viejo, San Rafael, Bingawan, Lemery, Ajuy, Sara, Concepcion,San Dionisio, Batad, Estancia, Balasan, and Carles. * Signal No. 1 – classes at thepreschool level in the affected area shall be automatically cancelled orsuspended The province and the rest of PanayIsland were under typhoon signal No. 2 since late afternoon of Monday by the PhilippineAtmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa). Schools must conduct catch-up classesto make up for a day of classes lost to the typhoon, according to Dr. Roel F.Bermejo, Iloilo schools division superintendent. Bermejo said the schools must endeavorto complete the required number of school days for school year 2019-2020 basedon the Department of Education calendar. “Dependesa design sang school. May schools nga naga-lengthen lang sang ila class hours in the afternoon, mga isa ka oras,” said Bermejo. Schools may also hold catch-up classeson Saturdays, he added, but with the consent of the students’ parents. On the other hand, the local chiefexecutives of the following areas ordered a suspension classes: San Miguel,Tigbauan, Guimbal, Oton, Leon, San Joaquin, Pavia, Maasin, New Lucena, Miag-ao,Alimodian, Mina, Igbaras, Leganes, Dumangas, Zarraga, Santa Barbara, Tubungan,and Cabatuan. It had maximum sustained winds of 130kph near the center and gustiness of up to 200 kph. ILOILO – Local government units andschools in this province suspended classes in elementary and high school levelsyesterday due to typhoon “Tisoy”. These are the guidelines: As of this writing, no school inIloilo reported having been used as evacuation center of displaced people. Also as of 5 p.m. yesterday, only thefollowing areas in Panay Island were left under Typhoon Signal No. 1: Northern Aklan(Malay, Buruanga, Nabas, Ibajay) and northern Antique (Caluya, Libertad,Pandan). “Tisoy” continued to weaken and was off thecoast of Occidental Mindoro. It was moving westat 25 kph. Bermejo said these local chiefexecutives followed Executive Order (EO) No. 66 of the Office of the President“prescribing rules on the cancellation or suspension of classes and work ingovernment offices due to typhoons, flooding, other weather disturbances, andcalamities.” * Signal No. 3 or higher – classes atpreschool, elementary, secondary, and tertiary levels in the affected areaincluding graduate school, as well as work in all government offices, shall beautomatically cancelled or suspended. * Signal No. 2 – classes at thepreschool, elementary and secondary levels in the affected area shall beautomatically cancelled or suspended How and when to hold the catch-upclasses – and how long – would depend on the school administrators, saidBermejo. The EO also stated that “in theabsence of typhoon signal warning from Pagasa, localized cancellation orsuspension of classes and work in government offices maybe implemented by localchief executives, as chairman of the Local Disaster Risk Reduction andManagement Council concerned, in coordination with Pagasa and National DisasterRisk Reduction and Management Council, specifically in flood-prone or high-riskareas.” “Tisoy” will exit the Philippine Areaof Responsibility tomorrow./PN
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Speaking to Chelsea TV, he said: “We have that (balance in the squad). We have two players per position, with three strikers and an extra midfield player. “Every position is covered and we are very happy with what we have.” Mourinho did not sanction Demba Ba’s proposed move to Arsenal following their club-record signing of Mesut Ozil, a player whose talents he knows well from Real Madrid. However, in Brazilian Willian and veteran forward Eto’o, the Blues manager is confident the club have brought in significant reinforcements. “Samuel is a very experienced striker as everybody knows and a winner,” Mourinho said. “He is a guy who in spite of winning everything, he never lost his desire to win. “Samuel comes to England with the same objective with which I went to Spain – he wants to be the first one to win the Spanish, the Italian and the English league as a player. He always wanted to play in the Premier League so he comes with big motivation. “He is different from (Fernando) Torres; Torres is different from (Demba) Ba and Ba is different from Eto’o, so we have in these three strikers experience and different qualities. Hopefully it goes well.” Press Association The Blues brought in Anzhi Makhachkala duo Willian and Samuel Eto’o as well as Marco van Ginkel and Andre Schurrle ahead of the transfer window deadline, but also allowed Romelu Lukaku to join Everton on loan. Mourinho feels such strength in depth will serve Chelsea well when they look to continue their promising start to the new season after the international break. Willian could also have signed for Tottenham before Chelsea’s late move. Mourinho is in no doubt the player will bring something different to his line-up. The Blues boss added: “Willian is a creative player and for his qualities, I think he needs a bit of time to express himself. “He is very creative, fast and dynamic and can play in all three positions behind the striker. “Again he is a kid that wanted very much to play for Chelsea and he was too many years in Ukraine and in Russia and now he has his first chance to be in a big championship.” Chelsea have just half-a-dozen English players in the 25-man squad lists for the Premier League and the Champions League which were confirmed on Thursday, with Frank Lampard, Ashley Cole and John Terry no longer at the start of their careers. Mourinho, who returned to the Stamford Bridge club this summer, sees no reason why Chelsea cannot continue to bring their own talent through the academy. “I like that. Of course you can without English players, but I like to have at least a little core of English players,” Mourinho said in an interview with the official Chelsea Magazine. “If possible – and we have to work for it – I would like to have a little core of English players made in Chelsea Football Club, starting here since young boys. I think a club needs that culture as well. “The other guys in the academy, I am starting to know them now. I watch them train; I trained with them and I watched them play. “So I start knowing these guys and as I said before, it’s not just important to have English players, but also to have players made in this club who learn what it means to be Chelsea. “They are in our plans and the club is making an investment in them.” Jose Mourinho is satisfied Chelsea now have the right balance to make a sustained assault on the Barclays Premier League and Europe this season.
A grocery store in Pennsylvania was forced this week to throw away about $35,000 worth of food, after a woman intentionally coughed on its fresh produce, bakery products, and meat case.Joe Fasula, a co-owner of Gerrity’s Supermarket, says the incident happened Wednesday afternoon at a store in Hanover Township.According to Fasula, the woman is known by police and likely committed the act as a “very twisted prank.”He adds, “Working closely with the Hanover Township health inspector, we identified every area that she was in, we disposed of the product and thoroughly cleaned and disinfected everything.”Fasula says the police were called immediately, and the case has been escalated to the area’s district attorney’s office.Courtesy: Gerrity’s Supermarket/Facebook“They have assured me that they will be aggressively pursuing numerous charges,” he explains. “In addition, while we do not believe the woman is truly infected, they will make every effort to see that she is tested.”The grocery chain is checking whether its insurance company will cover the loss.The woman’s actions come at a time when Americans are being cautious to not contact or spread COVID-19, the illness which is caused by the coronavirus, and are practicing social distancing.“While it is always a shame when food is wasted, in these times when so many people are worried about the security of our food supply, it is even more disturbing,” adds Fasula.
Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditThe Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world:___The Asian Football Confederation says it has postponed “all matches and competitions scheduled to take place in May and June until further notice.” April 14, 2020 Associated Press Most of the 32 Asian Champions League teams played two group games in February before the coronavirus outbreak caused a shutdown.The AFC says it “will explore all possible options in order to complete” those groups.___The first women’s professional golf tournament in Saudi Arabia has found new dates in October.The inaugural Saudi Ladies International on the Ladies European Tour was to be played last month but was postponed because of the coronavirus pandemic. The $1 million event will now be played from Oct. 8-11 at Royal Greens Golf and Country Club at King Abdullah Economic City.___The Tour de France won’t begin as originally planned because French President Emmanuel Macron has canceled all public events with large crowds through mid-July in response to the coronavirus pandemic.Tour organizers say it is now impossible for the three-week race to start on June 27 in the Riviera city of Nice as scheduled.It is unclear if cycling’s biggest event will be scrapped from the race calendar. New plans are likely to be announced before the end of the month following consultations with the governing body of cycling. The Latest: Asian soccer postpones matches in May and June ___More AP sports: https://apnews.com/apf-sports and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports,Tampa Bay Lightning advance to face Dallas Stars in Stanley Cup finals, beating New York Islanders 2-1 in OT in Game 6
Meanwhile, action continues in the competition today with Ikotun Senior High School, Ikotun taking on Government Senior College Agege, while Ajeromi Ifelodun Senior High School, Tolu battle CMS Girls Senior Secondary School, Bariga.In the boys category, Cardoso Senior High School Ijora Badia will play Ejigbo Senior Secondary School, Ejigbo, and Jubilee Senior Grammar School, Surulere, will confront Ikotun Senior High School, Ikotun.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram The quarter finals of the Lagos State GTBank Principals’ Cup kicked off yesterday at the Agege Stadium, Lagos.In the female category, Sanya Senior Grammar School defeated Alakoto Senior Secondary School, Tolu by two goals to nil, while Isale Eko High School, Lagos Island got the better of Okemagba High school, Mojoda, Epe, by the same margin.In the male category, Keme Balogun Senior Grammar School walloped Muslim Senior College, Oworonsoki 4-0, while Dairy Farm Senior Secondary School, Agege defeated Birrel Avenue Senior High School, Yaba by a lone goal.
Students met with representatives from the ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries Thursday night in Waite Phillips Hall as part of EdMonth’s “Reclaim Your Narrative” event series. Hosted by the Queer and Ally Student Assembly, Academic Culture Assembly and EdMonth, the event centered its discussions around LGBTQ hxstory, a gender-neutral substitute for “history,” using primary documents from the expansive ONE Archives at USC.ONE archivist Loni Shibuyama started the event by explaining that ONE began as a secret LGBTQ society, then expanded to become the first-ever magazine with the word “homosexual” on the cover. Now, ONE is both a non-profit organization and a collection of hxstory archives, of which USC Libraries boasts the largest in the nation.With magazines and other materials from the archives in hand, students at the event discussed not only LGBTQ identity issues of the past, but how those issues are still all too real for people of marginalized identities. QuASA member Vanessa Diaz, a junior majoring in American studies and ethnicity, reflected on these difficulties as she compared the past to the present.“Changing this system and this culture is still really important,” Diaz said. “Because even though queer identities don’t get discriminated maybe as much as they used to, people still get turned away from churches, people still get kicked out of their homes. There’s still a lot of work to be done even if we think the work is over.”Leading the discussion, Educational Assistant Helen Aldana encouraged these modern-day connections and pushed their importance for modern LGBTQ rights movements. As a member of ONE’s Educational Department, Aldana and many others help to formulate educational materials to incorporate LGBTQ issues into regular history courses, helping students to make these historical connections sooner.“With the curriculum, we’re hoping to have a legitimate idea what it means to be LGBTQ in our history,” Aldana said. “It’s nothing new. It’s not a hashtag. There’s always been a fight, and it’s important to show youth that so they can have that in their language.”Panelists emphasized the importance of taking an active role in history throughout the event, especially in terms of how students can add to it themselves. Shibuyama noted that about 95 percent of USC’s ONE Archives consists of donated items and urged the students to add their own items to the collection.“The thing that we want to have you take away from tonight is the importance of saving and documenting history, history that is being created now, and any history that you create going forward,” Shibuyama said.The remarks of QuASA Director Alyssa Coffey echoed Shibuyama, as she discussed bringing history into the present tense.“History is not always in the past,” Coffey said. “What we’re doing now is going to impact what is done tomorrow.”
The Lilywhites went 1-0 down against FH Hafnafjordor on the night but two goals from David Mc Millan gave them a 2-1 lead before a Finbogasson equaliser.Mc Millan’s goals coming shortly after Ronan Finn’s penalty was saved.The match ended 2-all on the night and 3-all on aggregate meaning Dundalk go through on away goals. Dundalk go to Bate Borisov of Belarus in the first leg next Tuesday with the return leg at Tallaght stadium a week later as Oriel Park is not up to standard for European games at this stage.Celtic are also through to the next stage having beaten Lincoln Red Imps of Gibraltar last night 3-0.The Hoops will play Astana of Kazakhstan.