SMSF Specialist, RA Veitch & Co are releasing a new SMSF service in Rose Park SA

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SMSF Specialist Accountants RA Veitch & Co is celebrating the launch of their new SMSF service in Rose Park SA by doing a free SMSF review service.

With an agreed ongoing service standard, we ensure we work together as a team with our clients toward achieving the goals they set”

— Robert Veitch

ROSE PARK, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA, November 29, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — SMSF Specialist Accountants, RA Veitch & Co are releasing their SMSF services to businesses in Rose Park SA. The business will celebrate the launch by doing a free SMSF review for Rose Park business owners.

Established in the late 80’s, R A Veitch & Co has grown to become one of South Australia's leading Administrators & Tax Planners for Self-Managed Superannuation funds (SMSF).

Where some accountants can no longer advise on Self Managed Super Funds (SMSF), RA Veitch Accountants decided to be a little different by establishing the company SMSF Specialists SA Pty Ltd. It was set up as the financial planning arm of R A Veitch & Co Pty Ltd as they saw the need to assist their Accounting Clients with a broad range of personal financial planning solutions and accounting advice.

Robert Veitch, Managing Partner at RA Veitch Accountants, says: "Approaching a financial adviser can seem daunting at first, however we ensure our clients have a positive experience. By exploring our client’s current situation and assisting them in discovering what is really important to them, we will help to articulate their short, medium and long term goals that become the foundation of our advice".

"With an agreed ongoing service standard, we ensure we work together as a team with our clients toward achieving the goals they set".

Robert is passionate about helping clients achieve their financials goals so they can have a secure and prosperous future. He has a passion for Self Managed Superannuation Funds, and has been accredited by the SMSF Association of Australia as an SMSF Specialist Advisor.

Robert believes in maintaining the highest standards of honesty and integrity with his clients. RA Veitch Accountants has always made a point of standing out when compared to other Accountants in the Rose Park SA area. This launch celebration is just one of the many ways it does so.

When asked about the new SMSF service in Rose Park, Robert Veitch said: "Our new offering will be a success because it's hard to find accountants that are also SMSF Specialist, we are a firm designed to give our clients a personal, one on one service. Our highly qualified team will be there to help with your every financial need. ".

Further information about RA Veitch Accountants and the new SMSF service in Rose Park can be discovered at http://raveitch.com.au/.

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Canadian Open Parkinson Network funding begins collaboration to accelerate Parkinson’s disease research and knowledge

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, November 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Parkinson Canada together with Brain Canada are pleased to announce the creation of the Canadian Open Parkinson Network (C-OPN). The $2 million Platform Grant is intended to support the initial development and maintenance of a large-scale research network that is built on the foundation of the established and successful Quebec Parkinson Network (QPN), and involve multiple provinces, in the field of Parkinson’s disease and related disorders. Brain Canada receives financial support from Health Canada through the Canada Brain Research Fund.

“Brain Canada is pleased to be a partner with Parkinson Canada on the Canadian Open Parkinson Network. This program follows the establishment of the Canadian Open Neuroscience Platform, a national effort we initiated to link data across the country, and standardize how we collect, store and analyze this data. The Parkinson registry and database will create the first national platform to capture data from those living with Parkinson’s, and make the data accessible to a wider number of researchers. The goal is to accelerate our already excellent Parkinson’s research in Canada, resulting in better patient outcomes,” ‎ says Inez Jabalpurwala, President and CEO of Brain Canada.

Parkinson’s disease affects over 100,000 Canadians, a number expected to increase substantially in the coming years. Through the important work performed and shared by researchers, the C-OPN will build capacity and increase awareness among all levels of government, healthcare professionals, the research community, health charities and the general public.

Dr. Oury Monchi, PhD, has been appointed as Principal Investigator and Director of the C-OPN, which is a collaboration of the brightest minds in Parkinson’s research in Canada today. Dr. Monchi holds the Tourmaline Oil Chair in Parkinson’s disease, and is the Clinical Research Director at the Hotchkiss Brain Institute, Cumming School of Medicine at the University of Calgary, where he is also a professor in the Departments of Clinical Neurosciences and Radiology, Leader of the Movement Disorders Neuroteam and CaPRI, and Clinical Research Director at the Department of Clinical Neurosciences.

“The Canadian Open Parkinson Network is a major initiative that will keep Canada at the leading edge of Parkinson’s disease research. By building a strong, interconnected and collaborative network of researchers, physicians and people living with Parkinson’s, we can work strategically to accelerate advancements in Parkinson’s research and treatment,” states Dr. Monchi.

The Canadian Open Parkinson Network will include:
• a patient registry with comprehensive clinical information
• a database with information from diagnostics (imaging tests, MRI, PET scans), anatomical (neuroimaging, sleep, behavioural and neuropsychological information) and functional measurements
• a biobank with patient biomaterials such as blood samples and DNA for genetic studies.

“Establishing the Canadian Open Parkinson Network is a top strategic priority for Parkinson Canada and I am inspired to see it take shape. Since 1965, Parkinson Canada has stood alongside Canadians with Parkinson’s and the health professionals who treat them. We are at the forefront of dialogue with government and policy makers to be a clear voice for people with Parkinson’s,” says Joyce Gordon, CEO, Parkinson Canada. “With more than 25 people diagnosed each day, we are reminded why establishing the Canadian Open Parkinson Network is critical now. It brings hope for a cure, and accelerated treatments over the next ten years and beyond, and it involves the very people whom researchers are trying to help.”

About Brain Canada and the Canada Brain Research Fund
Brain Canada is a national registered charity that enables and supports excellent, innovative, paradigm-changing brain research in Canada. Since 1998, Brain Canada has made the case for the brain as a single, complex system with commonalities across the range of neurological disorders, mental illnesses and addictions, brain and spinal cord injuries. Looking at the brain as one system has underscored the need for increased collaboration across disciplines and institutions, and a smarter way to invest in brain research that is focused on outcomes that will benefit patients and families.

The Canada Brain Research Fund is a public-private partnership between the Government of Canada and Brain Canada, designed to encourage Canadians to increase their support of brain research, and maximize the impact and efficiency of those investments. Brain Canada has committed $115 million from private donors and non-federal partners—now numbering more than 100—which Health Canada has matched with $120 million. For more information, please visit www.braincanada.ca.

About Parkinson Canada
Parkinson Canada is the definitive voice of Canadians living with Parkinson’s disease. From diagnosis to discovery, Parkinson Canada provides education and services to support people with Parkinson’s, their families, and healthcare teams; online, by telephone and in person. Parkinson Canada advocates with federal, provincial and territorial governments on issues that matter to the Parkinson’s community in Canada.
The Parkinson Canada Research Program funds research to improve our understanding of Parkinson’s disease, related disorders, the impact these disorders have on society, and one day, to find a cure. Since 1981, Parkinson Canada has invested close to $29 million in 552 research projects across Canada. Parkinson Canada is an Imagine Canada accredited organization. Visit online at www.parkinson.ca

About the University of Calgary
The University of Calgary is a global intellectual hub located in Canada’s most enterprising city. In our spirited, high-quality learning environment, students thrive in programs made rich by research, hands-on experiences and entrepreneurial thinking. Our strategy drives us to be recognized as one of Canada’s top five research universities, engaging the communities we both serve and lead. This strategy is called Eyes High, inspired by the university’s Gaelic motto, which translates as “I will lift up my eyes.” For more information, visit ucalgary.ca/eyeshigh.
For more information, visit ucalgary.ca. Stay up to date with University of Calgary news headlines on Twitter @UCalgary.

Led by the Hotchkiss Brain Institute, Brain and Mental Health is one of six strategic research themes guiding the university towards its Eyes High goals.

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Different Ways to Contact Uber or Lyft for Drivers with TLC Cars for Rent

Different Ways to Contact Uber or Lyft for Drivers with TLC Cars for Rent

Different Ways to Contact Uber or Lyft for Drivers with TLC Cars for Rent

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Whether the Uber or Lyft driver is using personal vehicle or TLC rentals, how to get in touch with Uber or Lyft quickly

How to get into contact with Uber or Lyft when you need assistance”

— Friendly, www.FriendlyTLC.com

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Since Uber came out in 2011 with Lyft following shortly afterwards, both companies have suffered from time to time with inadequate customer service. This is hardly uncommon with any new company, especially those that are starting up a new market. As both companies continue to improve, they have made contacting them easier to provide better customer service.

Help Portal

This is the first place you go if you are an Uber driver looking to have questions answered. The Help Portal lets both drivers and passengers ask basic questions, get tips, payments, and the like. The Help Portal for Lyft is similar in nature, although structured a little differently.

Uber App

This is one that you should be familiar with but is often overlooked. The app itself can answer many of your questions right away. So, try the app first before delving any deeper into the system.

Social Media Sites

Both Uber and Lyft have social media accounts, such as Facebook, that is quite helpful if you need general questions answered. That’s because the sites may have fellow Uber or Lyft members that know the answer, so you can find out relatively quickly.

Partner Websites

These are website that offer general information about Uber or Lyft for your area. This may be the best way to have questions answered that are deal with your location. You can find them using Google and typing the query “local Uber partner site” or “local Lyft partner site”. Adding the city would be helpful as well.

Talk to a Person

If you need to contact a human being that is with Uber or Lyft, you’ll need to start with the messaging system which replaced their respective emails. Keep in mind that there is no phone support from either Uber or Lyft at this time. However, Uber does have local offices in many of the larger cities, so you might be able to find the address through Google and visit them personally.

For Non-Emergencies that Need Swift Action

If a passenger leaves something important behind in your vehicle, Uber has a number for you to call, 1-800-353-UBER. For Lyft, 1-855-865-9553. This line is not normally used, but only for situations that are not emergencies, but do require swift action on their part.

For Life-Threatening Emergencies, use 911

Both Uber and Lyft stress for drivers that are involved in accidents or situations that require swift attention from the police, fire department, or an ambulance that they call 911 immediately. 911 is there to keep you safe when things go wrong of this nature.

Whether driving your own vehicle or using TLC car for rent, being able to contact Uber or Lyft when needed is a vital part of your service. Plus, you can take care of your vehicle or TLC car rental using other means when necessary.

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Rapidly Evolving Risk Landscape is a Growing Governance Challenge for Boards, Say Directors

Board members and other key executives from 13 countries have issued guidance on how to best govern risk via specialized board risk committees.

The breadth and depth of experience among our governance council members allows the DCRO to put forward uniquely helpful guiding principles documents to be used day one by boards of directors.”

— David R. Koenig, Founder of the DCRO

NORTHFIELD, MN, USA, November 27, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — As political and economic interactions become more complex, and as disruptive technologies and processes make innovation cycles massively shorter, boards of directors are paying more attention to risk. This week, the Directors and Chief Risk Officers group (“the DCRO”) published Guiding Principles for Board Risk Committees to help boards and those who depend on them enhance the risk governance practices of their organizations.

The guiding principles are based on the idea that all organizations must take risks to innovate and to achieve their goals. “Taking risk is in entrepreneurs’ DNA,” said Florence Anglès, Chief Risk Officer of REYL & Cie Ltd, an independent banking group in Switzerland. Getting the most out of an organization’s ability to take risk – its risk capacity – is enhanced by a board governance function that includes specialized focus on risk-taking. At the same time, boards have a duty of care that requires an appropriate framework be in place to ensure that such risk-taking is commensurate with their desired levels and expectations. "Having these guiding principles available is a great help to allow my organization make sure that the right oversight and infrastructure to measure and monitor risks at all stakeholder levels is in place,” said Maria Paula Calvo, Vice President Service and Global Technology and Operations Lead Mexico, for MetLife.

Within the guiding principles document is a tool for organizations to evaluate whether it is appropriate and therefore helpful for their board to establish and/or maintain a board risk committee providing the specialized skills and attention that good risk governance may require. “All directors are constantly evaluating risks to the corporation in all board and committee meetings,” noted Carol Gray, a board member at both IFM Investors Pty in Australia and Amex Bank of Canada. “However, with the appropriate forward-looking reporting metrics for a board risk committee to oversee the risk-taking activities of the corporation, all directors’ evaluations should be better informed with insight on management’s development and deployment of strategy from a return on risk perspective.”

According to Todd Davies, member of multiple boards in Australia, “the DCRO Guiding Principles for Board Risk Committees sets the aspirations and practices for a modern risk committee that is fit for purpose for the challenges and opportunities of our times.” He added that “many of today’s risk committees are often concerned with risk control and assurance – something that is important now as it always has been – but in a world of exponential complexity, uncertainty, and change, limiting risk’s focus on these domains is a recipe for opportunities missed and value destroyed.” The guiding principles note that one of the key functions of a board risk committee is to be forward-looking in its focus, linking the organization’s risk taking to the drivers of its success – something essential for value creation.

Board risk committees are prevalent among large banks in many countries, having been made a requirement by regulation following the financial crisis of 2007-09. But studies show that these governance committees are of growing importance across many industries and not just at large entities. “It is critically important that every organization understands the risks it faces and has developed an assessment of each of them,” noted Cyril Maybury, who chairs companies and audit and risk committees in Ireland. “The guiding principles document provides extremely useful guidance on the principles underlying the operation of board risk committees,” he continued. Gray, who also serves on the Board of Governors of Trent University in Canada, emphasized the guidelines’ applicability to non-financial entities as well, saying, “the DCRO Guiding Principles for Board Risk Committees provides me with an instructive document for the non-bank boards on which I serve to evaluate the merits of a board risk committee. Taking the learning from the financial sector into non-bank industries to develop fit-for-purpose risk committee mandates will complement the board’s responsibility for oversight on strategy and delivering results.”

"There is a breadth and depth of experience among our governance council members that allows the DCRO to put forward uniquely helpful guiding principles documents,” said David R. Koenig, the founder of the DCRO and chair of the DCRO Board Risk Committee Governance Council. “Our guiding principles documents are designed to be used day one by boards across many geographies and industries,” he added.

While some companies have either assigned the role of risk governance to an existing audit committee or have created hybrid audit and risk committees, these guiding principles note some cautions about those approaches. “The authors of the DCRO guiding principles envisage a role and focus that is complementary to but very different from the audit and risk committees that you might be familiar with, displacing and clarifying much of the existing thinking for those working in this space,” said Davies. “If you are responsible for leading or shaping board and committee activities at your organization, you’d be well-served by using this document.”

Further, it is also important to note that a board risk committee has a different function than the management of risks practiced by some company executives. They are connected, though, in an important manner. “Defining the right risk appetite aligned with a sustainable strategy is the ingredient of success and is done at the board level,” noted Anglès of REYL & Cie. “To reach this goal, every organization needs a risk champion within management, often a chief risk officer, with the support from the board and a dedicated committee composed of experts in order to oversee risk effectively.”

“The DCRO Guiding Principles for Board Risk Committees is a great accomplishment to provide a more certain level of effectiveness in our risk governance,” concluded Calvo.

The DCRO Guiding Principles for Board Risk Committees is the fourth in this series of practical documents being offered globally. Prior to this release, the DCRO issued guiding principles documents on Cyber Risk Governance, Compensation Committee Risk Governance, and identifying Qualified Risk Directors to serve on boards. All these documents are available without charge at www.dcro.org/guiding-principles.

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Risk Score-Guided Care Reduces Death Rate in Heart Failure Patients by Nearly 50 Percent, Study Finds

New team-based care guided by a personalized risk score for heart failure patients reduced the mortality rate of heart failure patients by nearly 50 percent, according to new research.

Using new and unique approaches that deliver healthcare to heart failure patients based on the best information we have for their individual needs improves patient outcomes”

— Dr. Benjamin Horne, Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute

SALT LAKE CITY, UT, USA , November 26, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — New team-based care guided by a personalized risk score for heart failure patients reduced the mortality rate of high-risk heart failure patients by nearly 50 percent, according to new research from the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in Salt Lake City.

Risk-score guided care uses a precision medicine approach, which is based on team-based care activated by the personalized outcomes of a daily set of clinical risk scores. Researchers say it improves healthcare delivery by getting the right amount of care to the right patient at the right time and in the right way.

Researchers observed a 48 percent lower mortality rate and a 25 percent lower 30-day readmission rate when the risk score-guided pathway was used in high-risk heart failure patients admitted to Intermountain Healthcare hospitals.

The study of more than 6,100 patients found the multidisciplinary team care pathway allows physicians to provide the level of care heart failure patients need, based on their individualized medical information.

This improvement addresses a care improvement goal of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services called the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program, which was established by the Affordable Care Act.

“Using new and unique approaches that deliver healthcare to heart failure patients based on the best information we have for their individual needs improves patient outcomes,” said Benjamin Horne, PhD, researcher with the Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute and lead author of the study. “Rather than providing standard treatment protocols to all patients, the study is helping us provide the necessary expanded level of care for patients who are at higher risk for hospital readmissions or death.”

Results of the study were presented earlier this month during the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions in Chicago.

During a nearly four-year period (Jan 2013–Nov 2016), 6,182 heart failure patients were admitted to one of 20 Intermountain Healthcare hospitals participating in the study. In February 2014, the new precision medicine approach was gradually implemented across eight of Intermountain Healthcare’s largest hospitals.

Beginning within 24 hours of a patient being admitted, a daily report was generated that provided multiple risk score calculations to clinicians. Patients at higher risk for 30-day readmission or death were directed to the pathway that outlined advanced levels of care from the multidisciplinary team.

“Other studies have shown that reducing hospital readmissions has led to higher mortality rates,” said Dr. Horne. “Our study showed that even though deaths were reduced, meaning more critically-ill patients with heart failure were still alive to potentially be readmitted to the hospital, we still saw the readmission rates decrease by 25 percent.”

Three of Intermountain’s largest hospitals, which were part of the study, have been repeatedly recognized among the 20 hospitals in the country with the lowest readmission rates for heart failure patients. The decreases seen as part of this study were in addition to the already low readmission rates observed over the past decade.

The study, in part, was supported by the Intermountain Foundry innovation program. The new program is part of Intermountain’s commitment to systematically identify and implement ideas that may improve healthcare regionally and nationally.

“Going forward, we’ll work to maintain the improvements we’ve made in 30-day readmission and mortality rates using this new model and look for additional ways to improve outcomes for heart failure patients,” said Dr. Horne.

Members of the Intermountain Heart Institute team involved in the study include Colleen Roberts, RN, MS; Kismet Rasmusson, DNP, FNP; Jason Buckway, RN, MBA; Rami Alharethi, MD; Jalisa Cruz; R. Scott Evans, PhD, MS; James F. Lloyd; Tami Bair, RN; Abdallah Kfoury, MD; and Donald Lappe, MD.

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Janus Worldwide makes life easier for Fujitsu with Global Technology Platform

In today’s competitive market, there is an increasing pressure for global companies to implement their latest technology first to the market.

Working with Janus made our life easier. Communication is smooth and quick, they have implemented a special channel for us, which gives us a chance to optimize timings and to be more flexible.”

— Angela Cimmino

VIENNA, AUSTRIA, November 22, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Continuous innovation, growing productivity, cutting costs and globalization are becoming a high priority among leaders. While globalization opens the door to many new markets, consistent and high quality publication across various media forms is essential to ensure accurate communication with your target audience.

Janus Worldwide offers an array of localization, engineering, reviewing and testing services as well as in-house developments like Global Technology Platform (GTP) to their clients. Our localization engineers and internationalization specialists coupled with our ISO certified Quality Management system and testing process ensures our clients receive comprehensive localization services.

Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. It is the world's 7th largest IT services provider and No.1 in Japan. Janus and Fujitsu started collaboration in November 2017.

Initial Problems
• One main supplier of translation and localization services
• Poor TM quality
• Slow or traditional turnaround times
• No solution for multiple stakeholders to centrally order translation services
• Janus added value by offering Fujitsu an express translation service for rapid delivery of translated content with a professional TEP service level using its dedicated online Translations Express service
• Placing projects via GTP, the online customer portal rather than relying on emails and traditional file transfer methods
• Janus cleaned up some the of legacy TM’s and create new ones
• Supporting Fujitsu with a range of content translation from express jobs to eLearning courses on a global scale

Main Facts
• Janus are doing a full review of all 100% database matches steadily improving the overall TM quality for Fujitsu
• Glossary development
• Development of a Do Not Translate list
• Translated nearly 2M words
• Working on 43 languages for Fujitsu
• Janus are processing requests from 8 am CET until 10 pm CET and over the weekend
• Janus are one of the main language service providers to the Fujitsu translation team for general translation projects including legal, HR, Express jobs and eLearning courses

Translations Express Delivery SLA’s
• Requests of up to 500 words per job will be delivered back in 4 hours.
• Requests from 500 words up to 1000 words per job will be delivered back in 8 hours.
• Requests between 1000-2000 words will be delivered back in 24 hours maximum.
• Requests to translate up to 22 pages of text or 8000 words will be delivered back in 72 hours.

Our commitment to service delivery
• Janus agree that the express service and turn¬around times agreed upon will run at a fulfilment rate of 98% and we strive to consistently achieve 100%
• Janus has created an expert team to provide excellent customer service to Fujitsu, including a Program Manager with over 20 years’ experience in the industry.
• Weekend project management

"Working with Janus made our life easier. Communication is smooth and quick, they have recently implemented a special channel for us, which gives us a chance to optimize timings and to be more flexible".

"We work as a team and are able to develop our services, bearing in mind continuous improvement. Our critical feedback is always taken into consideration, which is important for our good customer service and good quality translation".

"Moreover, if there are special requirements Janus is willing to go the extra mile and deliver. We are pleased to be working with them and are looking forward to seeing what else they are capable of".

Angela Cimmino
Team Lead Global Translation & Localization at Fujitsu

To discover more about Janus Worldwide and our innovative translation and localization solutions, please email perfect@janusww.com or connect with our sales team in our global markets.

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Kotstantin Balakiryan: California fires: Shovels or hydrogen capsules against wild fires

Prof. Balakiryan: In the fight against forest fires, we need to use the latest achievements of science and technology. These primarily include hydrogen capsules

PHOENIX, ARIZONA, USA, November 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Of the tens thousand photographs from California, tearing at the heart of any normal person, I chose this one because it is clearly demonstrates our helplessness in the face of these horrific disasters. Look at what weapons our brave firefighters go to fight fire with: one has a fire hose nozzle, the other has a shovel. Such a photograph could have been a fire back in 1826, but we live in the 21st century.

The newest technologies have penetrated into all spheres of our life, while our firefighters still risk their lives with a shovel and a water hose. I believe that every time firefighters are placed in these situations it is the result of someone’s irresponsibility, even criminal negligence… when there is another, safer, faster way.

As firefighters dig trenches with shovels and construction equipment exposing their lives to insane danger, and the support from the limited numbers of planes and helicopters often takes several hours to be available, the fires gain in size, intensity, destruction, and increase the threat to lives.

I think the dominant strategy for extinguishing wildfires today should be focused on using hydrogen capsules. Hydrogen capsules would take about 45 minutes to create a safety alley between a wall of fire and the houses of a city such as Paradise, and the lives of people and their property would be saved. With wildfires getting worse, it is well beyond time to upgrade the primary method of extinguishing these fires, for greater effectiveness, safely, and speed.

It is for this we have created the new Explosive Hydrogen Capsule concept, which when introduced into a fiery inferno produces five beneficial fire suppression actions:

Scientists involved in environmental problems say that over the past 20 years the number of such disasters has increased 4 times! Apparently, the growth trend of wildfires will continue. This means that California, as well as other US states, are threatened with even more frequent and more powerful wildfires.

Now is the time, we must bring to the fight against this threat, the latest achievements of science to modernize our means of firefighting. Considering advances in nanotechnology, controlled explosions, and hydrogen capsules, allowing first to localize the fires, and then completely destroy them.

It was about these hydrogen capsules that the world press wrote, "Mankind has never before possessed such a powerful means for forest fire extinguishing"

Maybe now, those who are responsible for fire safety in the country will consider there could be another powerful tool to enhance their dedicated efforts with taming wild fires.

Perhaps the idea of using hydrogen capsules was previously passed over because they had doubts:

1. Doubts that explosions can effectively extinguish a flame?
Scientists all over the world have conducted hundreds of experiments that confirmed the highest effectiveness of a fire extinguishing explosion.
Look at just three of the publications verifying this:
– Using Explosives to Put Out Wildfires Is Actually a Great Idea – Gizmodo.
– This flame-suppressing dodgeball puts out fires instantly
– Fighting fire with explosives

2.Doubts that hydrogen has explosive capacity?
This is a truth that does not require proof! It is well known, hydrogen in a proper mixture with oxygen (explosive gas) has a monstrous explosion force.
Well-known comparative tables confirm that hydrogen is 8-9 times more explosive than such gases as methane, butane and propane.

3. Doubts that when hydrogen is burned, water is formed?
This is more than 250 years ago proved the great English scientist Henry Cavendish. He wrote about it; "Hydrogen in a mixture with hot air reactors with the explosion and with the formation of water”. Resulting in a clean explosion without adding more pollutants into the atmosphere.

4. Doubts that an explosion of calculated strength will be able to knock down trees?
Explosion will not only knock down trees, but also significantly reduce
volume of combustible materials. In addition, the blast wave will raise up soil and dust, the shock will interrept the access of oxygen and then become an excellent fireproof cover.

5. Doubts that hydrogen capsules will not allow the use of long-practiced, routine extinguishing agents wild fires?
On the contrary, this can be used in conjunction with any other methods. For example, after the volley of hydrogen capsules, it is possible chemical reagents can be applied via a second volly of capsules or with other traditional methods.

Let's not allow doubts to cloud the potential for new techniques and tools in the firefighting arsenal, let's get working on this!

More control over wildfires is necessary to save human lives, homes, property, and "lungs" of the Planet.
The fight against forest fires can be characterized by the words of the Roman historian Cornelius Nepos, (1st century BC) “If you want peace, prepare for war.”

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How can San Francisco be the most polluted city in the World ?

People wearing Air Mask in San Francisco

India Gate – Air pollution in Delhi – India

San Francisco – Before and After pollution

We had gone to Amsterdam for a destination wedding and heard about the Paradise fire but I had no idea of the impact it had on the Bay Area air quality.

Passive inspired Energy Efficient homes save up to 80% of the energy and also have the best air quality. SIDCO Homes build a home in San Jose with indoor air quality index of less than 50 today.”

— Mohan Mahal

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 21, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — I had just landed at the San Francisco airport and when I was waiting for the ride I saw people wearing masks. I turned around and looked back at the airport to confirm that I was at San Francisco airport and not in New Delhi.

I had never seen such a site in Bay Area where the air quality index was Very Unhealthy air quality. Next day I saw the air quality index maps and learned that the air quality in Chico next to Paradise fire was over 500 and San Jose air quality is Very Unhealthy.

I begin to question myself why and “How can San Francisco be the most polluted city in the world.” I left home in New Delhi to move to USA for it is the best place to get education, find work, enjoy the quality of life where the air is clean and the environment is healthy for all. After seeing the smog in the area because of the fire in Chico, I concluded that any thing is possible this could be the affect of the climate change? Our president Donald Trump has come to California to visit the affected site with fire may be he will realize that climate change is not a hoax and may have a change of heart and revisit the Paris Agreement to join the rest of the countries.

This high air quality index is an eye opener for all of us who do not live in the third world countries or the cities in the world that are polluted most of the times. New Delhi’s air index after Diwali festival was over 500, which is Hazardous air quality in most of the places in and around Delhi. So we can now imagine what life is like for the people living where the air is so polluted and sky is always smoggy and you cannot see things clearly during the daylight.

Living consistently in such an environment can have an adverse affects on your health please consult with your doctor for precautions and how to avoid exposure to bad quality air. One of the recommendations is to stay indoors where the air quality is better then outside air mostly.

I have recently built a very Energy Efficient Home where I use fresh air form outside to provide clean air as the makeup air rather then using the recycled air all the time. To my surprise I got a call from Cathy Haire my HVAC consultant advising me to put a switch so we can turn off the dampers to hold off the fresh air if the quality of the air outside is verse than the indoor air quality. I immediately agreed to install a switch to take care of this situation in San Jose, California.

We spend most of our life in the buildings and homes. So it is very important that these places are built to provide clean air. We have made a lot of progress in the commercial buildings where we build LEED Certified buildings, which conserve more energy and use sustainable building practices and pay attention to the air quality for the occupants. But for the Residential homes it is left to the contractors and the city code, which requires basic air filtration and normal insulation.

I was in Paris when China the largest producer of emissions and USA the largest per capita emitter of emissions representing 40 percent of the global emissions formerly signed the Paris Agreement. As of today USA is not a part of the team. What President Barack Obama had accomplished President Trump got out of the treaty.

My curiosity to build the Energy Efficient Homes without using fossil fuel took me to a conference in Germany to learn about the Passive Homes from Dr. Wolfgang Feist. Now I build Passive Homes and I build them with the best air quality and energy conservation.

Know people will value the homes that are built by SIDCO Homes Inc – Sustainable Innovative Design & Construction because we build homes to the Highest Energy Efficient standards. Our goal is to build homes that minimize the use of gas or any burning fossil fuel. Each home comes with prepaid solar panels warranted for 25 years. The homes have a car charging station for an electric car.

SIDCO Homes have no heating furnace in the house, we have switched over to the Heat Pump technology for heating and cooling, this is many times more efficient than the regular furnaces. The whole house is completely sealed with closed cell foam for insulation and air tightness. We perform the door blower test to check for leaks and the performance of the HVAC for the house. HERTZ test is conducted for the certification of the ducts, which are new and have a R8 rating for insulation.

The owner of the home Mr. Hiralal Lulla and Dr. Sulochina Lulla who is a specialist in allergies sees the value of the clean living environment. According to her any one with chronic respiratory disease will benefit living in a clean and healthy MERV 10 filtered comfortable living environment.

This air quality index in the Bay Area is a clear indicator that we should demand that building contractors and professionals should design and build homes with clean air quality that is monitored. The technology is here and we have the expertise to convert older homes and bring them to the standards approaching that of a passive home.

If you plan to do a major remodeling to the house demand that you want to make it Extremely Energy Efficient and have the air quality index of less than 50 which is good for a normal day.

Mohan Mahal
SIDCO Homes Inc
+1 408-314-3454
email us here

Interview with the home owners Hiralal Lulla & Dr. Sulochina Lulla specialty in Allergies. It has the with Air Quality index of below 50 today.


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Sharp Rise in ADHD Labeling of Children Prompts CCHR to Educate Families

The side effects for Ritalin (methylphenidate hcl), include nervousness, agitation, and anxiety as the top 3 listed effects, as well as psychosis.

The side effects for Ritalin (methylphenidate hcl), include nervousness, agitation, and anxiety as the top 3 listed effects, as well as psychosis.

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater

The headquarters for CCHR Florida are located in downtown Clearwater

CCHR Florida

CCHR is hosting a seminar to educate families on alternatives to dangerous ADHD drugs with Child Education Specialist, Sharon Hillestad.

There are safe and workable solutions to help a child with study and making these known is something I am very passionate about.”

— Sharon Hillestad, Child Education Specialist

CLEARWATER, FL, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Spurred by reports of a sharp rise in the number of children labeled as ADHD in the United States, the Florida chapter of the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), is hosting a seminar to educate families on this important subject with Child Education Specialist, Sharon Hillestad. [1]

An educator for most of her life, Ms. Hillestad will cover the tests used to diagnose ADHD, alternative treatment options, the signs of a child who isn’t doing well in school and how all of this can be addressed with healthy, safe methods.

There are approximately 1.8 million children between the ages of 12-17 in the United States who are taking prescription psychotropic drugs, largely to treat difficulties with study, and one of the common psychostimulants used to treat ADHD has a high potential for abuse. Methylphenidate, commonly known as Concerta and Ritalin, is a Schedule II drug, meaning the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has classified it as having a high potential for abuse and warns that this drug produces many of the same effects as cocaine. Psychotic episodes and severe psychological addiction have all been associated with methylphenidate abuse. The side effects for Ritalin (methylphenidate hcl), include nervousness, agitation, and anxiety as the top 3 listed effects, as well as psychosis. [2][3]

“Parents want the best for their children and when a child is struggling in school a parent should be given options not just a prescription for a drug,” said Hillestad. “There are safe and workable solutions to help a child with study and making these known is something I am very passionate about.”

For more information or to find out when the next educational briefing will be held, please call CCHR at (727) 442-8820 or visit the center at 109 N. Fort Harrison Ave, Clearwater, Florida.

About CCHR: Initially established by the Church of Scientology and renowned psychiatrist Dr. Thomas Szasz in 1969, CCHR’s mission is to eradicate abuses committed under the guise of mental health and enact patient and consumer protections. L. Ron Hubbard, founder of Scientology, first brought psychiatric imprisonment to wide public notice: “Thousands and thousands are seized without process of law, every week, over the ‘free world’ tortured, castrated, killed. All in the name of ‘mental health,’” he wrote in March 1969. For more information visit, www.cchrflorida.org

Sources:
[1] ADHD rates rising sharply in US kids, August 31, 2018 by Dennis Thompson, Healthday Reporter https://medicalxpress.com/news/2018-08-adhd-sharply-kids.html
[2] CCHR Alerts Parents About New Federal Statistics Showing Rates of Youth Overdose Deaths on 'ADHD' Stimulants and Benzodiazepines Are Greater Than on Cocaine https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/cchr-alerts-parents-about-new-federal-statistics-showing-rates-of-youth-overdose-deaths-on-adhd-stimulants-and-benzodiazepines-are-greater-than-on-cocaine-300507566.html
[3] Ritalin Side Effects Center
https://www.rxlist.com/ritalin-side-effects-drug-center.htm

Diane Stein
Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida
+17274428820
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Perrin Conferences Announces Featured Speakers for the New York Asbestos Litigation Conference

Perrin Conferences will host the New York Asbestos Litigation Conference on December 4, 2018, at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel in New York City.

The New York Asbestos Litigation Conference will be held on December 4, 2018 in New York City.

We look forward to providing a forum to focus on current issues in the NYCAL, the NY metro area, and Upstate New York.”

— Lynnsey Perrin, President & CEO of Perrin Conferences

WAYNE, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, November 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Perrin Conferences, the leading national provider of joint plaintiff/defendant litigation conferences, will host the New York Asbestos Litigation Conference on December 4, 2018, at the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel in New York City. This one-day conference will bring together leading attorneys and industry professionals for a series of noteworthy panels and key discussions focused on New York asbestos litigation. Agenda topics include “The Judicial Perspective,” “The Plaintiff’s Perspective,” “Settlement Negotiations,” “Appellate Roundtable,” and more.

“Our annual New York Asbestos Litigation Conference draws prominent plaintiff and defense attorneys, judges, in-house counsel, and insurance professionals, providing a range of perspectives on asbestos litigation,” said Lynnsey Perrin, President & CEO of Perrin Conferences. “We look forward to providing a forum to focus on current issues in the NYCAL, the NY metro area, and Upstate New York.”

A selection of this year’s featured speakers and moderators include:

• Joseph W. Belluck, Esq., Belluck & Fox, L.L.P., New York, NY
• Honorable Lucy Billings, Supreme Court of the State of New York, New York, NY
• Daniel P. Blouin, Esq., Simmons Hanly Conroy LLC, New York, NY
• Nina Lynn Caroselli, Esq., Executive Vice President, Special Counsel, The RiverStone Group, Manchester, NH
• Kerryann M. Cook, Esq., McGivney, Kluger & Cook, P.C., New York, NY
• Brian Early, Esq., The Early Law Firm, L.L.C., New Haven, CT
• Charles M. Ferguson, Esq., Weitz & Luxenberg P.C., New York, NY
• David J. Fisher, Esq., Kurowski Shultz LLC, O’Fallon, IL
• Suzanne M. Halbardier, Esq., Barry, McTiernan & Moore LLC, New York, NY
• Kevin Hannemann, Asbestos Claims Analyst, Resolute Management, Inc., Boston, MA
• Danny R. Kraft, Jr., Esq., Weitz & Luxenberg P.C., New York, NY
• James M. Kramer, Esq., Simmons Hanly Conroy LLC, New York, NY
• Honorable Gerald Lebovits, Supreme Court of the State of New York, New York, NY
• Bridget Longoria, Esq., Account Manager, Resolute Management, Inc., Philadelphia, PA
• Robert C. Malaby, Esq., Malaby & Bradley LLC, New York, NY
• Honorable Manuel J. Mendez, Asbestos Coordinating Judge, Supreme Court of the State of New York, New York, NY
• Steve Nober, President & CEO, Consumer Attorney Marketing Group, Woodland Hills, CA
• Shelley Olsen, Special Master for NYC Asbestos Litigation, New York, NY
• Brittany Russell, Esq., Weitz & Luxenberg P.C., New York, NY
• Frederick C. Schaefer, Esq., Associate Vice President, Nationwide, Wausau, WI
• Paul Slater, Esq., Senior Counsel, General Electric Company, Fairfield, CT
• Perry Weitz, Esq., Weitz & Luxenberg P.C., New York, NY
• Judith A. Yavitz, Esq., Darger Errante Yavitz & Blau LLP, New York, NY

All in-house counsel and insurance professionals receive complimentary attendance at Perrin Conferences’ live conferences. Registration includes private access to course materials and all networking events.

In addition to providing exclusive opportunities for learning, networking, and information sharing, the New York Asbestos Litigation Conference offers Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credit for qualified candidates. For more information on group discounts, registration, and hotel accommodations, please visit www.PerrinConferences.com or contact Bethany Corio.

About Perrin Conferences
The leading national provider of joint plaintiff/defendant litigation conferences, Perrin Conferences offers comprehensive and specialized continuing legal education in an atmosphere of learning, networking and sharing. Bringing together preeminent national talent in specialty legal fields, Perrin Conferences ensures its conferences deliver innovative content, networking opportunities and career development. Attendees gain insights that cannot be found anywhere else. Follow the latest news from Perrin Conferences on Twitter @PerrinConf. For more information on the company and upcoming conferences please visit www.PerrinConferences.com.

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Contact:
Lisa Graham
Graham Media Partners
610-688-2060
lisa@grahammediapartners.com

Bethany Corio
Perrin Conferences
+1 (610) 220-1817
email us here


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