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                    [description] => Les projets de Marvel Studios ont emmené la franchise dans tout l’univers – et même dans le multivers – dans la phase 4, mais un fil conducteur parmi beaucoup d’entre eux est que le ton est nettement plus mélancolique que dans la saga Infinity qui s’est terminée en 2019. La série Marvel sur Disney + ... Read more
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Les projets de Marvel Studios ont emmené la franchise dans tout l’univers – et même dans le multivers – dans la phase 4, mais un fil conducteur parmi beaucoup d’entre eux est que le ton est nettement plus mélancolique que dans la saga Infinity qui s’est terminée en 2019. La série Marvel sur Disney + a été une bouffée d’air frais dans son esprit édifiant et sa positivité, et la dernière offre théâtrale du studio, Thor: Love and Thunder, réalisé par Taika Waititi, continue le plaisir.

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) est parti à l’aventure avec les Gardiens de la Galaxie mais n’a toujours pas vraiment trouvé sa place dans le monde après Avengers : Endgame a vu sa révélation qu’il n’était pas apte à être le roi d’Asgard, bien qu’on lui ait dit qu’il est né pour le faire toute sa vie. (Cet honneur a maintenant été décerné à Valkyrie de Tessa Thompson, qui a également une présence amusante dans le film.) Il est clair qu’après avoir perdu à peu près tous ceux qu’il aimait le plus, le dieu du tonnerre hésite maintenant à se rapprocher trop de quelqu’un d’autre de peur qu’il soit blessé encore une fois. Après quelques sages conseils de Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), qui se résument essentiellement à la phrase classique « Il vaut mieux avoir aimé et perdu que de ne jamais avoir aimé du tout », il rencontre son ex-petite amie Jane Foster (Natalie Portman, dans sa meilleure performance Marvel à ce jour) et voit qu’il n’est plus le seul Thor à New Asgard.

Bien sûr, le film est plus qu’une simple exploration de soi. C’est Marvel, donc il y a aussi un méchant à vaincre, et dans ce film qui se présente sous la forme de Gorr le dieu boucher (Christian Bale). Le personnage est un ennemi approprié pour les héros de cette histoire car, comme eux, il fait également face à la perte et à la façon de s’en sortir. C’est un cas où le parcours de croissance des héros les aide dans leur quête du méchant plutôt que les enjeux personnels n’étant qu’un élément secondaire, ce qui est toujours un excellent moyen de combiner la caractérisation avec l’intrigue.

Que Love and Thunder soit en tête de Thor: Ragnarok en 2017 est difficile à dire. Ragnarok a eu une action plus forte, mais Love and Thunder améliore la tranche précédente à au moins un égard: il y a plus de temps passé à étoffer les enjeux et le poids émotionnel de l’histoire. Bien que le film soit certainement plein d’espoir et de ton positif, il n’a pas peur de s’assombrir par endroits et il y a un élément majeur de l’intrigue qui a été complètement tenu à l’écart du marketing et qui peut surprendre le public à cet égard. En tant que personne qui a lu la bande dessinée sur laquelle ce film est basé, cela ne m’a pas surpris, mais je me demandais comment cela s’intégrerait au ton établi du projet et je suis heureux de dire qu’il a été géré avec maturité mais sans se vautrer dans l’obscurité de tout cela.

Cela ne veut pas dire que l’humour du film manque, loin de là. Love and Thunder parvient à être à la fois plus idiot et plus sérieux que Ragnarok, ce qui est tout un exploit. Cependant, tout est bien géré et il n’y a pas le coup de fouet tonal que certaines personnes craignent lorsque les comédies incluent des éléments plus sombres.

Love and Thunder est un peu un genre de film « jouer les succès », gardant un ton similaire à Ragnarok et étant une histoire plus autonome que la plupart des projets Marvel ces derniers temps. Cependant, cela rend également le film rafraîchissant dans un sens, car il s’agit de la première suite de Marvel Cinematic Universe depuis longtemps qui est facilement accessible aux nouveaux téléspectateurs (bien que les fans de longue date soient également largement récompensés). Tout ce qu’il faut savoir pour comprendre l’histoire est expliqué dans le film, et il n’y a aucun lien clé avec l’une des séries Disney + de Marvel à la Doctor Strange dans les liens étroits de Multiverse of Madness avec WandaVision. (Oui, cela signifie que Loki, le favori de la franchise Thor, n’est pas dans cet épisode, mais bien qu’il manque, les acteurs et l’équipe ont heureusement réussi à faire un film assez bon pour que le personnage de Tom Hiddleston n’ait pas besoin d’être une grâce salvatrice comme le deux premiers films.)

Thor: Love and Thunder a beaucoup déplacé les dates de sortie au cours de la pandémie, mais cela s’est terminé à l’endroit parfait. Plus que tout autre film Marvel depuis le premier Guardians of the Galaxy, ce blockbuster d’été hurle de bout en bout et est un ajout bienvenu au MCU après l’assaut du mélodrame que la franchise a vu récemment.

NOTE : 8,5/10

Comme l’explique la politique d’examen de ComingSoon, un score de 8 équivaut à « Excellent ». Bien qu’il y ait quelques problèmes mineurs, ce score signifie que l’art atteint son objectif et laisse un impact mémorable.

Divulgation: Le critique a assisté à une projection de presse pour la revue Thor: Love and Thunder de ComingSoon.

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Thor: Love and Thunder Review: sensations fortes du blockbuster d’été MCU | Jolie Bobine

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) [summary] => Les projets de Marvel Studios ont emmené la franchise dans tout l’univers – et même dans le multivers – dans la phase 4, mais un fil conducteur parmi beaucoup d’entre eux est que le ton est nettement plus mélancolique que dans la saga Infinity qui s’est terminée en 2019. La série Marvel sur Disney + ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Les projets de Marvel Studios ont emmené la franchise dans tout l’univers – et même dans le multivers – dans la phase 4, mais un fil conducteur parmi beaucoup d’entre eux est que le ton est nettement plus mélancolique que dans la saga Infinity qui s’est terminée en 2019. La série Marvel sur Disney + a été une bouffée d’air frais dans son esprit édifiant et sa positivité, et la dernière offre théâtrale du studio, Thor: Love and Thunder, réalisé par Taika Waititi, continue le plaisir.

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) est parti à l’aventure avec les Gardiens de la Galaxie mais n’a toujours pas vraiment trouvé sa place dans le monde après Avengers : Endgame a vu sa révélation qu’il n’était pas apte à être le roi d’Asgard, bien qu’on lui ait dit qu’il est né pour le faire toute sa vie. (Cet honneur a maintenant été décerné à Valkyrie de Tessa Thompson, qui a également une présence amusante dans le film.) Il est clair qu’après avoir perdu à peu près tous ceux qu’il aimait le plus, le dieu du tonnerre hésite maintenant à se rapprocher trop de quelqu’un d’autre de peur qu’il soit blessé encore une fois. Après quelques sages conseils de Star-Lord (Chris Pratt), qui se résument essentiellement à la phrase classique « Il vaut mieux avoir aimé et perdu que de ne jamais avoir aimé du tout », il rencontre son ex-petite amie Jane Foster (Natalie Portman, dans sa meilleure performance Marvel à ce jour) et voit qu’il n’est plus le seul Thor à New Asgard.

Bien sûr, le film est plus qu’une simple exploration de soi. C’est Marvel, donc il y a aussi un méchant à vaincre, et dans ce film qui se présente sous la forme de Gorr le dieu boucher (Christian Bale). Le personnage est un ennemi approprié pour les héros de cette histoire car, comme eux, il fait également face à la perte et à la façon de s’en sortir. C’est un cas où le parcours de croissance des héros les aide dans leur quête du méchant plutôt que les enjeux personnels n’étant qu’un élément secondaire, ce qui est toujours un excellent moyen de combiner la caractérisation avec l’intrigue.

Que Love and Thunder soit en tête de Thor: Ragnarok en 2017 est difficile à dire. Ragnarok a eu une action plus forte, mais Love and Thunder améliore la tranche précédente à au moins un égard: il y a plus de temps passé à étoffer les enjeux et le poids émotionnel de l’histoire. Bien que le film soit certainement plein d’espoir et de ton positif, il n’a pas peur de s’assombrir par endroits et il y a un élément majeur de l’intrigue qui a été complètement tenu à l’écart du marketing et qui peut surprendre le public à cet égard. En tant que personne qui a lu la bande dessinée sur laquelle ce film est basé, cela ne m’a pas surpris, mais je me demandais comment cela s’intégrerait au ton établi du projet et je suis heureux de dire qu’il a été géré avec maturité mais sans se vautrer dans l’obscurité de tout cela.

Cela ne veut pas dire que l’humour du film manque, loin de là. Love and Thunder parvient à être à la fois plus idiot et plus sérieux que Ragnarok, ce qui est tout un exploit. Cependant, tout est bien géré et il n’y a pas le coup de fouet tonal que certaines personnes craignent lorsque les comédies incluent des éléments plus sombres.

Love and Thunder est un peu un genre de film « jouer les succès », gardant un ton similaire à Ragnarok et étant une histoire plus autonome que la plupart des projets Marvel ces derniers temps. Cependant, cela rend également le film rafraîchissant dans un sens, car il s’agit de la première suite de Marvel Cinematic Universe depuis longtemps qui est facilement accessible aux nouveaux téléspectateurs (bien que les fans de longue date soient également largement récompensés). Tout ce qu’il faut savoir pour comprendre l’histoire est expliqué dans le film, et il n’y a aucun lien clé avec l’une des séries Disney + de Marvel à la Doctor Strange dans les liens étroits de Multiverse of Madness avec WandaVision. (Oui, cela signifie que Loki, le favori de la franchise Thor, n’est pas dans cet épisode, mais bien qu’il manque, les acteurs et l’équipe ont heureusement réussi à faire un film assez bon pour que le personnage de Tom Hiddleston n’ait pas besoin d’être une grâce salvatrice comme le deux premiers films.)

Thor: Love and Thunder a beaucoup déplacé les dates de sortie au cours de la pandémie, mais cela s’est terminé à l’endroit parfait. Plus que tout autre film Marvel depuis le premier Guardians of the Galaxy, ce blockbuster d’été hurle de bout en bout et est un ajout bienvenu au MCU après l’assaut du mélodrame que la franchise a vu récemment.

NOTE : 8,5/10

Comme l’explique la politique d’examen de ComingSoon, un score de 8 équivaut à « Excellent ». Bien qu’il y ait quelques problèmes mineurs, ce score signifie que l’art atteint son objectif et laisse un impact mémorable.

Divulgation: Le critique a assisté à une projection de presse pour la revue Thor: Love and Thunder de ComingSoon.

We want to thank the writer of this short article for this incredible material

Thor: Love and Thunder Review: sensations fortes du blockbuster d’été MCU | Jolie Bobine

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) [1] => Array ( [title] => Responsabilidades políticas y judiciales: la historia de un desencuentro [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/responsabilidades-politicas-y-judiciales-la-historia-de-un-desencuentro/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Tue, 05 Jul 2022 15:55:20 +0000 [category] => NewsdesencuentrohistoriajudicialespolíticasResponsabilidades [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5727 [description] => La dimisión de Mónica Oltra de todos los cargos institucionales que ostentaba, tiene su origen en la investigación decretada por el Tribunal Superior de la Comunidad Valenciana a causa de unos hechos graves acaecidos en un centro dependiente del departamento que dirigía la política de Compromís. Mas allá del desarrollo futuro que experimente el procedimiento ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

La dimisión de Mónica Oltra de todos los cargos institucionales que ostentaba, tiene su origen en la investigación decretada por el Tribunal Superior de la Comunidad Valenciana a causa de unos hechos graves acaecidos en un centro dependiente del departamento que dirigía la política de Compromís. Mas allá del desarrollo futuro que experimente el procedimiento judicial, esta dimisión puede merecer una reflexión sobre el comportamiento de los partidos políticos durante los últimos años.

En los años 2014 y 2015, cuando apareció Podemos – y también Ciudadanos – el tablero político estatal estaba dominado por dos formaciones – PP y PSOE – que tenían un amplio historial de dirigentes acusados de presuntos delitos de corrupción en la gestión de diversas instancias gubernamentales (de ámbito estatal, autonómico o local).

Ante semejantes situaciones, la respuesta de los portavoces autorizados de ambas fuerzas tenía un común denominador argumental: las eventuales culpabilidades de las personas investigadas solo podían ser dilucidadas en sede judicial, de tal manera que no cabía contemplar la dimisión de las mismas si antes no existía una condena en firme. O sea: hasta que la última instancia capacitada para dictar sentencia (Tribunal Superior y/o Tribunal Supremo) no haya emitido dictamen, nadie debería abandonar su cargo institucional.

Con esta lógica, desaparecía el espacio de las responsabilidades estrictamente políticas y dejaba de operar cualquier criterio de ejemplaridad basado en un código ético previamente establecido. Solo resultaba pertinente el territorio jurídico para depurar las prácticas irregulares, con las consecuencias asociadas a esta opción: dado que la utilización de la mentira forma parte de las posibilidades de defensa ante un tribunal, aceptará tal posibilidad aunque eso resulte incompatible con las reglas de un comportamiento público decente exigible a cualquier representante de la ciudadanía.

El 15-M

Las movilizaciones acontecidas en el mes de mayo de 2011 (lo que fue bautizado como movimiento 15-M) reflejaron un amplio clima social que sumaba, por lo menos, dos indignaciones: la que provocaba el grave empeoramiento de las condiciones de vida asociado a la crisis económica derivada de la especulación financiera e inmobiliaria y la constatación de numerosos casos de enriquecimiento ilícito protagonizados por diversos dirigentes de las organizaciones políticas hegemónicas desde el final de los años 70 de la pasada década. Ese rechazo presente en sectores significativos del cuerpo social que venía apoyando al PP y al PSOE no tuvo una traducción electoral explícita hasta el año 2015 (elecciones locales, autonómicas y generales).

La entrada de la llamada “nueva política” en el escenario estatal parecía abrir una dinámica capaz de propiciar una efectiva regeneración en las prácticas desarrolladas por una buena parte de las viejas élites políticas. Surgieron, en ese contexto, propuestas concretas como la realización de primarias en la vida interna de los partidos, la limitación de los mandatos de representación, la reforma de la normativa electoral y el establecimiento de códigos éticos que propiciasen el abandono de los cargos sin esperar por sentencias judiciales que tardaban mucho tiempo en ser dictadas.

Una traducción práctica muy pequeña

Hoy, varios años después, aquellos objetivos regeneradores tuvieron una traducción práctica muy pequeña. La progresiva pérdida de peso electoral de las nuevas formaciones no facilitó la viabilidad de aquellas propuestas. Además, apareció una circunstancia muy relevante: la presencia cada vez mayor del lawfare en la vida política. En otras palabras: la creciente utilización de las instancias judiciales para desgastar y destruir a los contrincantes políticos. Las hemerotecas certifican la verosimilitud de tal afirmación: denuncias y querellas presentadas por personas vinculadas a la extrema derecha contra responsables políticos de Podemos y de otras organizaciones fueron finalmente desestimadas después de ocupar portadas y referencias destacadas en las radios y en las televisiones.

La pretensión de alcanzar un código de conducta compartido por la gran mayoría de los partidos ante las imputaciones por corrupción está condenada al fracaso. La sensibilidad dominante en el electorado no parece premiar a quien utiliza criterios mas exigentes en la depuración de las responsabilidades éticas y políticas de las personas que ocupan cargos en los poderes ejecutivos y legislativos. Además, la práctica del lawfare obliga a una reconsideración de la estrategia seguida hasta ahora en el combate contra la corrupción. Porque, en las actuales circunstancias, exigir la dimisión por una imputación judicial no suscita las mismas expectativas que cuando se postulaba hace 6 o 7 años. @mundiario

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Responsabilidades políticas y judiciales: la historia de un desencuentro

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) [summary] => La dimisión de Mónica Oltra de todos los cargos institucionales que ostentaba, tiene su origen en la investigación decretada por el Tribunal Superior de la Comunidad Valenciana a causa de unos hechos graves acaecidos en un centro dependiente del departamento que dirigía la política de Compromís. Mas allá del desarrollo futuro que experimente el procedimiento ... Read more [atom_content] =>

La dimisión de Mónica Oltra de todos los cargos institucionales que ostentaba, tiene su origen en la investigación decretada por el Tribunal Superior de la Comunidad Valenciana a causa de unos hechos graves acaecidos en un centro dependiente del departamento que dirigía la política de Compromís. Mas allá del desarrollo futuro que experimente el procedimiento judicial, esta dimisión puede merecer una reflexión sobre el comportamiento de los partidos políticos durante los últimos años.

En los años 2014 y 2015, cuando apareció Podemos – y también Ciudadanos – el tablero político estatal estaba dominado por dos formaciones – PP y PSOE – que tenían un amplio historial de dirigentes acusados de presuntos delitos de corrupción en la gestión de diversas instancias gubernamentales (de ámbito estatal, autonómico o local).

Ante semejantes situaciones, la respuesta de los portavoces autorizados de ambas fuerzas tenía un común denominador argumental: las eventuales culpabilidades de las personas investigadas solo podían ser dilucidadas en sede judicial, de tal manera que no cabía contemplar la dimisión de las mismas si antes no existía una condena en firme. O sea: hasta que la última instancia capacitada para dictar sentencia (Tribunal Superior y/o Tribunal Supremo) no haya emitido dictamen, nadie debería abandonar su cargo institucional.

Con esta lógica, desaparecía el espacio de las responsabilidades estrictamente políticas y dejaba de operar cualquier criterio de ejemplaridad basado en un código ético previamente establecido. Solo resultaba pertinente el territorio jurídico para depurar las prácticas irregulares, con las consecuencias asociadas a esta opción: dado que la utilización de la mentira forma parte de las posibilidades de defensa ante un tribunal, aceptará tal posibilidad aunque eso resulte incompatible con las reglas de un comportamiento público decente exigible a cualquier representante de la ciudadanía.

El 15-M

Las movilizaciones acontecidas en el mes de mayo de 2011 (lo que fue bautizado como movimiento 15-M) reflejaron un amplio clima social que sumaba, por lo menos, dos indignaciones: la que provocaba el grave empeoramiento de las condiciones de vida asociado a la crisis económica derivada de la especulación financiera e inmobiliaria y la constatación de numerosos casos de enriquecimiento ilícito protagonizados por diversos dirigentes de las organizaciones políticas hegemónicas desde el final de los años 70 de la pasada década. Ese rechazo presente en sectores significativos del cuerpo social que venía apoyando al PP y al PSOE no tuvo una traducción electoral explícita hasta el año 2015 (elecciones locales, autonómicas y generales).

La entrada de la llamada “nueva política” en el escenario estatal parecía abrir una dinámica capaz de propiciar una efectiva regeneración en las prácticas desarrolladas por una buena parte de las viejas élites políticas. Surgieron, en ese contexto, propuestas concretas como la realización de primarias en la vida interna de los partidos, la limitación de los mandatos de representación, la reforma de la normativa electoral y el establecimiento de códigos éticos que propiciasen el abandono de los cargos sin esperar por sentencias judiciales que tardaban mucho tiempo en ser dictadas.

Una traducción práctica muy pequeña

Hoy, varios años después, aquellos objetivos regeneradores tuvieron una traducción práctica muy pequeña. La progresiva pérdida de peso electoral de las nuevas formaciones no facilitó la viabilidad de aquellas propuestas. Además, apareció una circunstancia muy relevante: la presencia cada vez mayor del lawfare en la vida política. En otras palabras: la creciente utilización de las instancias judiciales para desgastar y destruir a los contrincantes políticos. Las hemerotecas certifican la verosimilitud de tal afirmación: denuncias y querellas presentadas por personas vinculadas a la extrema derecha contra responsables políticos de Podemos y de otras organizaciones fueron finalmente desestimadas después de ocupar portadas y referencias destacadas en las radios y en las televisiones.

La pretensión de alcanzar un código de conducta compartido por la gran mayoría de los partidos ante las imputaciones por corrupción está condenada al fracaso. La sensibilidad dominante en el electorado no parece premiar a quien utiliza criterios mas exigentes en la depuración de las responsabilidades éticas y políticas de las personas que ocupan cargos en los poderes ejecutivos y legislativos. Además, la práctica del lawfare obliga a una reconsideración de la estrategia seguida hasta ahora en el combate contra la corrupción. Porque, en las actuales circunstancias, exigir la dimisión por una imputación judicial no suscita las mismas expectativas que cuando se postulaba hace 6 o 7 años. @mundiario

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  1. Caroline Bell, Will Moot, Richard Porter, Chris Frampton, Virginia Mcintosh, Melissa Purnell, Rebekah Smith, Katie Douglas. Examining the long-term cognitive effects of exposure to the Canterbury earthquakes in a resilient cohort. BJPsych Open, 2022; 8 (4) DOI: 10.1192/bjo.2022.512

Researchers led by Dr Katie Douglas at the University of Otago, Christchurch’s Department of Psychological Medicine, conducted a follow-up study on a group of Cantabrians, who had been exposed to trauma during the region’s earthquakes over a decade ago.

The original study, conducted two to three years after the earthquakes, showed participants who were exposed to trauma but didn’t develop psychological difficulties, still suffered from problems with aspects of cognitive function compared with non-exposed participants.

Dr Douglas says the new follow-up study, conducted 8 years post-quakes, shows the cognitive function of those trial participants is now normal compared with a group of people tested in Dunedin.

“This is good news as it offers preliminary evidence that there are no long-lasting effects on cognitive impairment after exposure to a traumatic event, at least in people who don’t develop a mental health condition. It suggests changes in their cognitive functioning and emotion processing may be related to exposure to continued threat in the environment, which improves when the threat resolves.”

The original 89 trial participants were recruited in response to articles, opinion pieces and community notices in newspapers and via word of mouth over the course of 13 months, from January 2013 to February 2014. All received a face-to-face assessment and completed diagnostic questionnaires to confirm they had received no earthquake-related psychiatric diagnoses or counselling.

The results from this initial trial showed that similar to those with PTSD, resilient individuals exhibited clinically significant impairment in visuospatial learning, memory and facial emotion processing compared to a non-exposed group who had completed cognitive testing in other studies prior to the earthquakes.

The new 2019 follow-up study, published in the British Journal of Psychiatry Open, tested 57 earthquake-exposed, resilient Canterbury residents from the original trial with 60 non-exposed participants from Dunedin, between July 2018 and March 2020. This time they were tested on a wider variety of cognitive tests — including verbal and visuospatial learning and memory, executive functioning, psychomotor speed, sustained attention and social cognition.

“The hypothesis was that participants in the earthquake-exposed resilient group, compared with the non-exposed, would perform less well on tests of spatial memory, would have increased accuracy for the identification of all facial emotions and also exhibit a bias in the misclassification of neutral facial expressions to threat-related emotions,” Dr Douglas says.

“However, no significant differences were found in performance between the groups in the cognitive tasks. What’s more, the original earthquake-exposed resilient group showed an improvement in their visuospatial performance from the first trial and their reaction times to negative emotions was also slowed.”

Dr Douglas says these findings back up similar international studies which show the brain’s ability to recover once distanced in time from the original trauma.

“When the original studies were conducted, people were living in an environment of ongoing seismic activity where, over a two-year period, Canterbury experienced over ten thousand aftershocks. The fact that residents were in a chronically hyper-aroused state may have resulted in biological changes in the brain, such as in the amygdala, which is responsible for processing strong emotions. By the time of the current study however, there was no seismic activity and the sense of threat had abated.”

Study co-author, Associate Professor Caroline Bell, also from the University of Otago, Christchurch’s Department of Psychological Medicine, says this study adds to the growing body of international research relating to how large groups in society react and respond following traumatic situations.

“These findings give us a sense of the effects of exposure to major threats from disasters such as earthquakes on wider populations. They are reassuring in showing that a resilient response is the most prevalent. They also suggest, conversely, that persisting impairments in threat sensitivity and cognitive functioning may affect people’s productivity and could potentially be a target for intervention.”

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Caroline Bell, Will Moot, Richard Porter, Chris Frampton, Virginia Mcintosh, Melissa Purnell, Rebekah Smith, Katie Douglas. Examining the long-term cognitive effects of exposure to the Canterbury earthquakes in a resilient cohort. BJPsych Open, 2022; 8 (4) DOI: 10.1192/bjo.2022.512 Researchers led by Dr Katie Douglas at the University of Otago, Christchurch’s Department of Psychological ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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  1. Caroline Bell, Will Moot, Richard Porter, Chris Frampton, Virginia Mcintosh, Melissa Purnell, Rebekah Smith, Katie Douglas. Examining the long-term cognitive effects of exposure to the Canterbury earthquakes in a resilient cohort. BJPsych Open, 2022; 8 (4) DOI: 10.1192/bjo.2022.512

Researchers led by Dr Katie Douglas at the University of Otago, Christchurch’s Department of Psychological Medicine, conducted a follow-up study on a group of Cantabrians, who had been exposed to trauma during the region’s earthquakes over a decade ago.

The original study, conducted two to three years after the earthquakes, showed participants who were exposed to trauma but didn’t develop psychological difficulties, still suffered from problems with aspects of cognitive function compared with non-exposed participants.

Dr Douglas says the new follow-up study, conducted 8 years post-quakes, shows the cognitive function of those trial participants is now normal compared with a group of people tested in Dunedin.

“This is good news as it offers preliminary evidence that there are no long-lasting effects on cognitive impairment after exposure to a traumatic event, at least in people who don’t develop a mental health condition. It suggests changes in their cognitive functioning and emotion processing may be related to exposure to continued threat in the environment, which improves when the threat resolves.”

The original 89 trial participants were recruited in response to articles, opinion pieces and community notices in newspapers and via word of mouth over the course of 13 months, from January 2013 to February 2014. All received a face-to-face assessment and completed diagnostic questionnaires to confirm they had received no earthquake-related psychiatric diagnoses or counselling.

The results from this initial trial showed that similar to those with PTSD, resilient individuals exhibited clinically significant impairment in visuospatial learning, memory and facial emotion processing compared to a non-exposed group who had completed cognitive testing in other studies prior to the earthquakes.

The new 2019 follow-up study, published in the British Journal of Psychiatry Open, tested 57 earthquake-exposed, resilient Canterbury residents from the original trial with 60 non-exposed participants from Dunedin, between July 2018 and March 2020. This time they were tested on a wider variety of cognitive tests — including verbal and visuospatial learning and memory, executive functioning, psychomotor speed, sustained attention and social cognition.

“The hypothesis was that participants in the earthquake-exposed resilient group, compared with the non-exposed, would perform less well on tests of spatial memory, would have increased accuracy for the identification of all facial emotions and also exhibit a bias in the misclassification of neutral facial expressions to threat-related emotions,” Dr Douglas says.

“However, no significant differences were found in performance between the groups in the cognitive tasks. What’s more, the original earthquake-exposed resilient group showed an improvement in their visuospatial performance from the first trial and their reaction times to negative emotions was also slowed.”

Dr Douglas says these findings back up similar international studies which show the brain’s ability to recover once distanced in time from the original trauma.

“When the original studies were conducted, people were living in an environment of ongoing seismic activity where, over a two-year period, Canterbury experienced over ten thousand aftershocks. The fact that residents were in a chronically hyper-aroused state may have resulted in biological changes in the brain, such as in the amygdala, which is responsible for processing strong emotions. By the time of the current study however, there was no seismic activity and the sense of threat had abated.”

Study co-author, Associate Professor Caroline Bell, also from the University of Otago, Christchurch’s Department of Psychological Medicine, says this study adds to the growing body of international research relating to how large groups in society react and respond following traumatic situations.

“These findings give us a sense of the effects of exposure to major threats from disasters such as earthquakes on wider populations. They are reassuring in showing that a resilient response is the most prevalent. They also suggest, conversely, that persisting impairments in threat sensitivity and cognitive functioning may affect people’s productivity and could potentially be a target for intervention.”

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Yoann Riou was eliminated from “Dancing with the Stars” in 2019, but he earned the respect of others thanks to the show. Criticized on his appearance, he had managed to lose several pounds. He later decided to take on a new challenge in “Beijing Express”, where he lost a few more pounds.

Football fans have certainly already seen the sports journalist, who is also a real enthusiast. In April 2021, Laurent Ruquier offered “the best of Yoann Riou” on his show “Les grosses têtes”. A whole week, the TV presenter had shared with viewers good humor and a good dose of laughter.

The sports commentator told a few passages of his love life. The same year, in August, Purepeople had also mentioned the love life of the commentator, in which they cite his difficulties with women.

The magazine also shared his date with a pregnant woman.

“She is a woman close to the Big Heads community that I met a year ago thanks to you, Laurent. I’ve been arranged for a date with a pregnant woman! We sent little messages, I thought there was a possibility and then, for three weeks, I haven’t heard from them. I believed in it…”

he confided.

Yoann Riou poses on the red carpet during the Ballon D’Or ceremony at the Theater Du Chatelet on December 02, 2019 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

We must believe that changing appearance was not enough to succeed in seducing her. Indeed, after his appearance on the TV show “Dancing with the Stars”, the journalist had changed a lot.

YOANN RIOU IN “DANCING WITH THE STARS”

Yoann Riou’s colleagues in “L’Équipe du soir” remained skeptical about his participation in “Dance with the stars” in 2019. Moreover, they were hilarious when the sports journalist got up to tell them a demonstration of its achievements, in September 2019.

Announced by his colleague Messaoud Benterki, he ran : “One, two, three cha-cha! One, two, three cha-cha…”.

Yoann Riou attends the “Dancing With The Stars” Photocall at TF1 on September 04, 2019 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Ignoring the insults, Riou showed himself ready to face his opponents. Indeed, he had already done several training sessions with his partner and coach, Emmanuelle Berne. Asked by Carine Galli and Benterki about his number of training sessions, he found :

“Between four and six hours a day, three weeks before the first bonus! (…) The first choreography is brilliant. I can’t reveal too much otherwise I’ll get fired…”,

Yoann Riou poses on the red carpet during the Ballon D’Or ceremony at the Theater Du Chatelet on December 02, 2019 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Having shown a rough gait, the candidate made his colleagues doubt. Moreover, Carine Galli hastened to say with humour :

“It’s his ‘coach who will be fired’ if she doesn’t train him more!”

Silencing the mockery, Yoann and his dance partner managed to pass five bonuses before being eliminated. It was all the same a victory for the one who won “the trophy for good humor and optimism”.

Yoann Riou attends the photocall during the Ballon D’Or ceremony at Theater Du Chatelet on December 02, 2019 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Cataloged on his appearance, you should know that the TV presenter lost a lot of weight since the start of the tenth season of “DALS”.

Read also: Jean-Marc Généreux and France Mousseau gave birth to a daughter after a miscarriage – she has to fight for her life every day

WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY

Participating in “DALS” required a lot of application and effort for Yoann Riou. A successful bet, the presenter of the “Evening team” managed to lose several pounds and showed his performance on the show. Although he was eliminated because of a very average level of dance, he can be proud to have won the respect of the jury and his opponents.

Thanks to a food rebalancing, it is a totally transformed man who came out of “DALS”.

“I weighed 105 kilos, it was an absolute disaster. I find that there is a lot of resilience in the show because now I weigh less than 84 kilos, more than 22 kilos lost!”,

does he have revealed in his interview with Europe 1.

Riou’s dance partner did not fail to give him some praise following this feat.

“I congratulate my dance partner who hasn’t let go for 4 months! Sport and diet have changed the life of my Yoann Riou.”

has she spear in the caption of a post on Instagram, where she shows photos of her partner’s makeover.

“A long, but restorative path”, is how Yoann Riou described his time on the emblematic show of Fenia Vardanis, Richard Hopkins and Karen Smith. Emmanuelle Berne’s partner admitted to having enjoyed his apprenticeship:

“To dance. Want to progress. The desire to learn. The joy of trying, trying again and again. Thinking about this beautiful present moment. Tasting with application, involving this crazy chance to bring your body to life. Get up and go dancing”,

does he have entrusts during one of his rehearsals.

As he himself said, “a relapse is always possible”. After DALS, the presenter also seems to have gained a few pounds.

Read also: After years on television, Laurent Ruquier announces that he will end his career and Internet users rejoice: “We’re not going to cry”

WEIGHT BACK

After his stint in DALS, Yoann Riou decided to take up a new challenge by participating in Stéphane Rotenberg’s show. When the shock duos who took part in “Beijing Express” 2022 were announced, the sports commentator seems to have gained a few pounds from the photos.

Filming completed, he returned from Sri Lanka and confided in his adventure on the “big heads” set. He revealed at the same time that the course allowed him to lose 7 kg again. A great pride for the former presenter of “Samedi d’en rire”.

As he could not reveal how far he went, he did not fail to share the thrills he experienced. He said : against Laurent Ruquier:

“What an adventure ! Beijing Express. An extraordinary adventure. I came back adventurous (…) It was great, there was an intensity, meeting people… Now I know how to sleep on the ground, I know how to camp, it was great.”

For information, it is alongside the sports journalist, Xavier Domergue, that Yoann passed the tests imposed by Stéphane. Several others celebrities, like Valérie TrierweilerRachel Legrain-Trapani or even Inès Reg, were present during the casting of this edition of 2022.

As a reminder, the broadcast of this edition of “Beijing Express” is scheduled for July 6, 2022.

In the meantime, you can keep following celebrity news by subscribing to AmoMama on Google News.



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) [summary] => Yoann Riou was eliminated from “Dancing with the Stars” in 2019, but he earned the respect of others thanks to the show. Criticized on his appearance, he had managed to lose several pounds. He later decided to take on a new challenge in “Beijing Express”, where he lost a few more pounds. Football fans have ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Yoann Riou was eliminated from “Dancing with the Stars” in 2019, but he earned the respect of others thanks to the show. Criticized on his appearance, he had managed to lose several pounds. He later decided to take on a new challenge in “Beijing Express”, where he lost a few more pounds.

Football fans have certainly already seen the sports journalist, who is also a real enthusiast. In April 2021, Laurent Ruquier offered “the best of Yoann Riou” on his show “Les grosses têtes”. A whole week, the TV presenter had shared with viewers good humor and a good dose of laughter.

The sports commentator told a few passages of his love life. The same year, in August, Purepeople had also mentioned the love life of the commentator, in which they cite his difficulties with women.

The magazine also shared his date with a pregnant woman.

“She is a woman close to the Big Heads community that I met a year ago thanks to you, Laurent. I’ve been arranged for a date with a pregnant woman! We sent little messages, I thought there was a possibility and then, for three weeks, I haven’t heard from them. I believed in it…”

he confided.

Yoann Riou poses on the red carpet during the Ballon D’Or ceremony at the Theater Du Chatelet on December 02, 2019 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

We must believe that changing appearance was not enough to succeed in seducing her. Indeed, after his appearance on the TV show “Dancing with the Stars”, the journalist had changed a lot.

YOANN RIOU IN “DANCING WITH THE STARS”

Yoann Riou’s colleagues in “L’Équipe du soir” remained skeptical about his participation in “Dance with the stars” in 2019. Moreover, they were hilarious when the sports journalist got up to tell them a demonstration of its achievements, in September 2019.

Announced by his colleague Messaoud Benterki, he ran : “One, two, three cha-cha! One, two, three cha-cha…”.

Yoann Riou attends the “Dancing With The Stars” Photocall at TF1 on September 04, 2019 in Boulogne-Billancourt, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Ignoring the insults, Riou showed himself ready to face his opponents. Indeed, he had already done several training sessions with his partner and coach, Emmanuelle Berne. Asked by Carine Galli and Benterki about his number of training sessions, he found :

“Between four and six hours a day, three weeks before the first bonus! (…) The first choreography is brilliant. I can’t reveal too much otherwise I’ll get fired…”,

Yoann Riou poses on the red carpet during the Ballon D’Or ceremony at the Theater Du Chatelet on December 02, 2019 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Having shown a rough gait, the candidate made his colleagues doubt. Moreover, Carine Galli hastened to say with humour :

“It’s his ‘coach who will be fired’ if she doesn’t train him more!”

Silencing the mockery, Yoann and his dance partner managed to pass five bonuses before being eliminated. It was all the same a victory for the one who won “the trophy for good humor and optimism”.

Yoann Riou attends the photocall during the Ballon D’Or ceremony at Theater Du Chatelet on December 02, 2019 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Cataloged on his appearance, you should know that the TV presenter lost a lot of weight since the start of the tenth season of “DALS”.

Read also: Jean-Marc Généreux and France Mousseau gave birth to a daughter after a miscarriage – she has to fight for her life every day

WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY

Participating in “DALS” required a lot of application and effort for Yoann Riou. A successful bet, the presenter of the “Evening team” managed to lose several pounds and showed his performance on the show. Although he was eliminated because of a very average level of dance, he can be proud to have won the respect of the jury and his opponents.

Thanks to a food rebalancing, it is a totally transformed man who came out of “DALS”.

“I weighed 105 kilos, it was an absolute disaster. I find that there is a lot of resilience in the show because now I weigh less than 84 kilos, more than 22 kilos lost!”,

does he have revealed in his interview with Europe 1.

Riou’s dance partner did not fail to give him some praise following this feat.

“I congratulate my dance partner who hasn’t let go for 4 months! Sport and diet have changed the life of my Yoann Riou.”

has she spear in the caption of a post on Instagram, where she shows photos of her partner’s makeover.

“A long, but restorative path”, is how Yoann Riou described his time on the emblematic show of Fenia Vardanis, Richard Hopkins and Karen Smith. Emmanuelle Berne’s partner admitted to having enjoyed his apprenticeship:

“To dance. Want to progress. The desire to learn. The joy of trying, trying again and again. Thinking about this beautiful present moment. Tasting with application, involving this crazy chance to bring your body to life. Get up and go dancing”,

does he have entrusts during one of his rehearsals.

As he himself said, “a relapse is always possible”. After DALS, the presenter also seems to have gained a few pounds.

Read also: After years on television, Laurent Ruquier announces that he will end his career and Internet users rejoice: “We’re not going to cry”

WEIGHT BACK

After his stint in DALS, Yoann Riou decided to take up a new challenge by participating in Stéphane Rotenberg’s show. When the shock duos who took part in “Beijing Express” 2022 were announced, the sports commentator seems to have gained a few pounds from the photos.

Filming completed, he returned from Sri Lanka and confided in his adventure on the “big heads” set. He revealed at the same time that the course allowed him to lose 7 kg again. A great pride for the former presenter of “Samedi d’en rire”.

As he could not reveal how far he went, he did not fail to share the thrills he experienced. He said : against Laurent Ruquier:

“What an adventure ! Beijing Express. An extraordinary adventure. I came back adventurous (…) It was great, there was an intensity, meeting people… Now I know how to sleep on the ground, I know how to camp, it was great.”

For information, it is alongside the sports journalist, Xavier Domergue, that Yoann passed the tests imposed by Stéphane. Several others celebrities, like Valérie TrierweilerRachel Legrain-Trapani or even Inès Reg, were present during the casting of this edition of 2022.

As a reminder, the broadcast of this edition of “Beijing Express” is scheduled for July 6, 2022.

In the meantime, you can keep following celebrity news by subscribing to AmoMama on Google News.



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Un avocado al giorno toglie il grasso di torno”, almeno quello addominale e delle donne. Questo è quanto parrebbe emergere da uno studio condotto dai ricercatori dell’Università dell’Illinois su 105 adulti sovrappeso e pubblicato sul Journal of Nutrition. Gli scienziati, dopo avere misurato il grasso addominale dei partecipanti e la loro tolleranza al glucosio, li hanno suddivisi in due gruppi. Il primo ha ricevuto, per 12 settimane, pasti quotidiani che comprendevano anche un avocado. Al secondo gruppo, invece, è stato somministrato un menù con ingredienti e calorie pressoché identiche, ma senza avocado.

Durante l’esperimento i ricercatori hanno voluto focalizzarsi non tanto sulla perdita di peso, ma in che modo l’assunzione di questo frutto potesse avere effetti benefici e con che modalità i soggetti immagazzinassero grasso. Nell’addome esistono due tipologie di grasso. Quello sottocutaneo, distribuito sotto la pelle e le cui problematiche riguardano più che altro la sfera estetica e quello viscerale, la cosiddetta “pancetta”, situato in profondità, che circonda gli organi vitali come fegato, pancreas, cuore e che incide sulle malattie cardiovascolari e sul diabete.

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Gli studiosi, al termine dell’esperimento commissionato dai produttori di avocado, hanno sottolineato come, nelle donne che avevano consumato ogni giorno questo frutto, si fosse verificata sia una riduzione del grasso addominale viscerale, che del rapporto tra grasso viscerale e grasso sottocutaneo. Lo stesso non si è però verificato negli uomini.

Una interpretazione “superficiale” dei dati emersi da questa ricerca potrebbe indurci a pensare che la sola introduzione di avocado nella dieta possa contribuire, in modo sostanzioso, a ridistribuire il grasso addominale mettendoci al riparo dai potenziali rischi cardiovascolari e di diabete. Ma in realtà non è proprio così.

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“Lo studio evidenzia come le donne che hanno aggiunto alla loro dieta un avocado a ogni pasto abbiano perso grasso viscerale a favore di grasso cutaneo. Se questo fenomeno può essere significativo dal punto di vista statistico, non lo è da quello clinico poiché, da una lettura più attenta, si evince come il grasso viscerale perso dalle donne è pari a soli 33 grammi. Un dato quasi ridicolo, se si considerano le 12 settimane”, commenta Federica Patrinicola, biologa nutrizionista.

Ma c’è un altro aspetto da tenere in considerazione. “I pasti somministrati ai due gruppi erano simili per distribuzione dei macro nutrienti quindi proteine, grassi, carboidrati, ma differivano in termini di quantità di fibra. I soggetti che hanno consumato l’avocado hanno introdotto nell’organismo circa 15 grammi di fibra in più rispetto agli altri. Come sappiamo la fibra è utile per limitare l’accumulo di grasso viscerale, ma è reperibile in moltissimi alimenti vegetali e non è certo una prerogativa dell’avocado!” conclude l’esperta.

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) [summary] => “Un avocado al giorno toglie il grasso di torno”, almeno quello addominale e delle donne. Questo è quanto parrebbe emergere da uno studio condotto dai ricercatori dell’Università dell’Illinois su 105 adulti sovrappeso e pubblicato sul Journal of Nutrition. Gli scienziati, dopo avere misurato il grasso addominale dei partecipanti e la loro tolleranza al glucosio, li ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Un avocado al giorno toglie il grasso di torno”, almeno quello addominale e delle donne. Questo è quanto parrebbe emergere da uno studio condotto dai ricercatori dell’Università dell’Illinois su 105 adulti sovrappeso e pubblicato sul Journal of Nutrition. Gli scienziati, dopo avere misurato il grasso addominale dei partecipanti e la loro tolleranza al glucosio, li hanno suddivisi in due gruppi. Il primo ha ricevuto, per 12 settimane, pasti quotidiani che comprendevano anche un avocado. Al secondo gruppo, invece, è stato somministrato un menù con ingredienti e calorie pressoché identiche, ma senza avocado.

Durante l’esperimento i ricercatori hanno voluto focalizzarsi non tanto sulla perdita di peso, ma in che modo l’assunzione di questo frutto potesse avere effetti benefici e con che modalità i soggetti immagazzinassero grasso. Nell’addome esistono due tipologie di grasso. Quello sottocutaneo, distribuito sotto la pelle e le cui problematiche riguardano più che altro la sfera estetica e quello viscerale, la cosiddetta “pancetta”, situato in profondità, che circonda gli organi vitali come fegato, pancreas, cuore e che incide sulle malattie cardiovascolari e sul diabete.

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Gli studiosi, al termine dell’esperimento commissionato dai produttori di avocado, hanno sottolineato come, nelle donne che avevano consumato ogni giorno questo frutto, si fosse verificata sia una riduzione del grasso addominale viscerale, che del rapporto tra grasso viscerale e grasso sottocutaneo. Lo stesso non si è però verificato negli uomini.

Una interpretazione “superficiale” dei dati emersi da questa ricerca potrebbe indurci a pensare che la sola introduzione di avocado nella dieta possa contribuire, in modo sostanzioso, a ridistribuire il grasso addominale mettendoci al riparo dai potenziali rischi cardiovascolari e di diabete. Ma in realtà non è proprio così.

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“Lo studio evidenzia come le donne che hanno aggiunto alla loro dieta un avocado a ogni pasto abbiano perso grasso viscerale a favore di grasso cutaneo. Se questo fenomeno può essere significativo dal punto di vista statistico, non lo è da quello clinico poiché, da una lettura più attenta, si evince come il grasso viscerale perso dalle donne è pari a soli 33 grammi. Un dato quasi ridicolo, se si considerano le 12 settimane”, commenta Federica Patrinicola, biologa nutrizionista.

Ma c’è un altro aspetto da tenere in considerazione. “I pasti somministrati ai due gruppi erano simili per distribuzione dei macro nutrienti quindi proteine, grassi, carboidrati, ma differivano in termini di quantità di fibra. I soggetti che hanno consumato l’avocado hanno introdotto nell’organismo circa 15 grammi di fibra in più rispetto agli altri. Come sappiamo la fibra è utile per limitare l’accumulo di grasso viscerale, ma è reperibile in moltissimi alimenti vegetali e non è certo una prerogativa dell’avocado!” conclude l’esperta.

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) [5] => Array ( [title] => New study reveals impact of plastic on small mammals, as four out of seven species identified as ‘plastic constructive’ [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/new-study-reveals-impact-of-plastic-on-small-mammals-as-four-out-of-seven-species-identified-as-plastic-constructive/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Tue, 05 Jul 2022 11:52:10 +0000 [category] => scienceconstructiveidentifiedimpactmammalsplasticrevealsSmallspeciesstudy [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5717 [description] => Journal Reference: Emily Thrift, Adam Porter, Tamara S. Galloway, Frazer G. Coomber, Fiona Mathews. Ingestion of plastics by terrestrial small mammals. Science of The Total Environment, 2022; 842: 156679 DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.156679 In a paper published in Science of the Total Environment, researchers from the University of Sussex, the Mammal Society and the University of Exeter ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Emily Thrift, Adam Porter, Tamara S. Galloway, Frazer G. Coomber, Fiona Mathews. Ingestion of plastics by terrestrial small mammals. Science of The Total Environment, 2022; 842: 156679 DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.156679

In a paper published in Science of the Total Environment, researchers from the University of Sussex, the Mammal Society and the University of Exeter state that the densities of plastic excreted were comparable with those reported in human studies.

Fiona Mathews, Professor of Environmental Biology at the University of Sussex, says:

‘Much is known about the impact of plastic on aquatic ecosystems, but very little is known about the same with terrestrial systems.

‘By analysing the droppings of some of our most widespread small mammals, we’ve been able to provide a glimpse of the potential impact plastic is having on our wildlife — and the most commonly found plastics leaking into our environment.’

The paper, authored by graduate Emily Thrift, Prof Fiona Mathews and Dr Frazer Coomber of the University of Sussex and the Mammal Society, with Dr Adam Porter and Prof Tamara Galloway of the University of Exeter, identifies plastic polymers in four out of the seven species for which they had faecal samples for. The European hedgehog, wood mouse, field vole and brown rat were all found to be plastic positive.

While expecting to see higher plastic concentrations in samples from urban locations and less plastic in herbivorous species, researchers actually discovered that ingestion of plastics were occurring across locations as well as across differing dietary habits — from herbivores, insectivores and omnivores.

Emily Thrift, MSci graduate from the University of Sussex, says:

‘It’s very worrying that the traces of plastic were so widely distributed across locations and species of different dietary habits. This suggests that plastics could be seeping into all areas of our environment in different ways.

‘We’re also concerned that the European hedgehog, and field vole are both species suffering declines in numbers in the UK.’

Using equipment at the Greenpeace labs at the University of Exeter, the team analysed 261 faecal samples, with 16.5% containing plastic. The most common types identified were polyester, polyethylene (widely used in single-use packaging), and polynorbornene (used mainly in the rubber industry). Polyester accounted for 27% of the fragments identified, and was found in all the plastic positive species, except the wood mouse. Widely used in textiles and the fashion industry, the paper explains that microfibres can enter the waste water system through household washing and subsequently end up on the land through the use of sewage sludge as fertiliser.

Over a quarter of the plastics found in the study were also ‘biodegradable’ or bioplastics. The authors warn that while these types of plastics may degrade faster than polymers, they can still be ingested by small mammals and further research is needed to investigate their true biological impacts.

The authors believe that the microplastics found in the study are likely to have entered species’ guts as a result of the consumption of contaminated prey or through direct ingestion. With ingestion, researchers believe species could be mistaking plastics for food or chewing macroplastics used as nesting material or to escape entanglement.

The potential impact of plastics through the food chain is another issue the authors are concerned about, and urging further study into.

Prof. Fiona Mathews adds:

‘We really need to get a deeper understanding of the implications of plastic ingestion on land mammals — and the potential impacts this has on their conservation status.

‘In our study, droppings from European hedgehogs carried the highest quantity of plastic polymers. As a species, they are already in decline in the UK for reasons that are largely unknown, and they are classified as Vulnerable to Extinction on the IUCN-compliant regional Red List.

‘European hedgehogs consume earthworms and previous studies have found these to contain microplastics. So we really need further research to establish the scale and route of exposure more precisely, and to assess prevalence in predatory species that consume small mammals, so that we can take adequate steps to try to protect our declining wildlife from plastics.’

Andy Bool, CEO of the Mammal Society says:

“The Mammal Society is proud to have helped and part-funded this research as it represents an important step into the study of the impact of plastics on terrestrial mammals. With a number of small mammal species experiencing worrying declines in numbers it highlights one of the challenges they face. We can all make a difference to help protect them from this threat by reducing the amount of single use plastic we use and reusing and recycling what we do use properly.”

Dr Adam Porter, NERC Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Exeter says:

“In the UK, plastic pollution can often seem like a problem somewhere else when most images are of polluted shorelines of tropical landscapes, or charismatic organisms like turtles or sea lions.

This study brings the focus home, into our lands and in some of our much beloved mammal species. Further it demonstrates that the amount of plastic waste we produce is having an impact.

We must change our relationship with plastic all together; moving away from disposable items and moving towards replacing plastic for better alternatives and establishing truly circular economies.”

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Emily Thrift, Adam Porter, Tamara S. Galloway, Frazer G. Coomber, Fiona Mathews. Ingestion of plastics by terrestrial small mammals. Science of The Total Environment, 2022; 842: 156679 DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.156679 In a paper published in Science of the Total Environment, researchers from the University of Sussex, the Mammal Society and the University of Exeter ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Emily Thrift, Adam Porter, Tamara S. Galloway, Frazer G. Coomber, Fiona Mathews. Ingestion of plastics by terrestrial small mammals. Science of The Total Environment, 2022; 842: 156679 DOI: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.156679

In a paper published in Science of the Total Environment, researchers from the University of Sussex, the Mammal Society and the University of Exeter state that the densities of plastic excreted were comparable with those reported in human studies.

Fiona Mathews, Professor of Environmental Biology at the University of Sussex, says:

‘Much is known about the impact of plastic on aquatic ecosystems, but very little is known about the same with terrestrial systems.

‘By analysing the droppings of some of our most widespread small mammals, we’ve been able to provide a glimpse of the potential impact plastic is having on our wildlife — and the most commonly found plastics leaking into our environment.’

The paper, authored by graduate Emily Thrift, Prof Fiona Mathews and Dr Frazer Coomber of the University of Sussex and the Mammal Society, with Dr Adam Porter and Prof Tamara Galloway of the University of Exeter, identifies plastic polymers in four out of the seven species for which they had faecal samples for. The European hedgehog, wood mouse, field vole and brown rat were all found to be plastic positive.

While expecting to see higher plastic concentrations in samples from urban locations and less plastic in herbivorous species, researchers actually discovered that ingestion of plastics were occurring across locations as well as across differing dietary habits — from herbivores, insectivores and omnivores.

Emily Thrift, MSci graduate from the University of Sussex, says:

‘It’s very worrying that the traces of plastic were so widely distributed across locations and species of different dietary habits. This suggests that plastics could be seeping into all areas of our environment in different ways.

‘We’re also concerned that the European hedgehog, and field vole are both species suffering declines in numbers in the UK.’

Using equipment at the Greenpeace labs at the University of Exeter, the team analysed 261 faecal samples, with 16.5% containing plastic. The most common types identified were polyester, polyethylene (widely used in single-use packaging), and polynorbornene (used mainly in the rubber industry). Polyester accounted for 27% of the fragments identified, and was found in all the plastic positive species, except the wood mouse. Widely used in textiles and the fashion industry, the paper explains that microfibres can enter the waste water system through household washing and subsequently end up on the land through the use of sewage sludge as fertiliser.

Over a quarter of the plastics found in the study were also ‘biodegradable’ or bioplastics. The authors warn that while these types of plastics may degrade faster than polymers, they can still be ingested by small mammals and further research is needed to investigate their true biological impacts.

The authors believe that the microplastics found in the study are likely to have entered species’ guts as a result of the consumption of contaminated prey or through direct ingestion. With ingestion, researchers believe species could be mistaking plastics for food or chewing macroplastics used as nesting material or to escape entanglement.

The potential impact of plastics through the food chain is another issue the authors are concerned about, and urging further study into.

Prof. Fiona Mathews adds:

‘We really need to get a deeper understanding of the implications of plastic ingestion on land mammals — and the potential impacts this has on their conservation status.

‘In our study, droppings from European hedgehogs carried the highest quantity of plastic polymers. As a species, they are already in decline in the UK for reasons that are largely unknown, and they are classified as Vulnerable to Extinction on the IUCN-compliant regional Red List.

‘European hedgehogs consume earthworms and previous studies have found these to contain microplastics. So we really need further research to establish the scale and route of exposure more precisely, and to assess prevalence in predatory species that consume small mammals, so that we can take adequate steps to try to protect our declining wildlife from plastics.’

Andy Bool, CEO of the Mammal Society says:

“The Mammal Society is proud to have helped and part-funded this research as it represents an important step into the study of the impact of plastics on terrestrial mammals. With a number of small mammal species experiencing worrying declines in numbers it highlights one of the challenges they face. We can all make a difference to help protect them from this threat by reducing the amount of single use plastic we use and reusing and recycling what we do use properly.”

Dr Adam Porter, NERC Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of Exeter says:

“In the UK, plastic pollution can often seem like a problem somewhere else when most images are of polluted shorelines of tropical landscapes, or charismatic organisms like turtles or sea lions.

This study brings the focus home, into our lands and in some of our much beloved mammal species. Further it demonstrates that the amount of plastic waste we produce is having an impact.

We must change our relationship with plastic all together; moving away from disposable items and moving towards replacing plastic for better alternatives and establishing truly circular economies.”

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“Tumore ovarico: la prevenzione inizia dalla buona cucina siciliana”. Questo il titolo dell’ultimo progetto di Acto Sicilia, l’associazione contro il tumore ovarico, supportato dall’Assessorato alla Salute Regione Siciliana, che lancia una campagna di sensibilizzazione con il coinvolgimento dei più importanti chef siciliani, ambasciatori della dieta mediterranea, riconosciuta dall’Unesco come bene protetto e inserito nel 2010 nella lista dei patrimoni immateriali dell’Umanità.

“E’ necessario che molte più donne imparino a fare prevenzione, anche in assenza di sintomi”, sottolinea la presidente Acto Sicilia, Daniela Spampinato – Arrivare ad una diagnosi precoce e importantissimo”. Nel 2020 in Italia il tumore dell’ovaio ha avuto un’incidenza di circa 5.200 nuove diagnosi e ad oggi è uno dei “big killers” tra le neoplasie ginecologiche (30%) ed occupa il decimo posto tra tutti i tumori femminili (3%). E in Sicilia, la popolazione femminile (2.487.053) ha un target di prevenzione dei tumori all’ovaio di 14.5 per 100.000 abitanti. Che la buona alimentazione sia fattore fondamentale per la prevenzione di qualunque neoplasia, associata ad uno stile di vita attivo, lo ricorda anche il Codice europeo contro il cancro, in accordo ai principi del WCRF (World Cancer Research Fund). Studi di nutrigenomica stanno inoltre dimostrando che gli elementi su cui si basa il modello mediterraneo (consumo di olio extravergine di oliva, cereali, frutta e verdura) abbiano grande potere antinfiammatorio ed antitumorale.

“L’acquisizione di corretti stili di vita fin dalla più tenera età rappresentano una modalità di prevenzione primaria di tutte le neoplasie – commenta Giusy Scandurra, responsabile dell’Oncologia Medica dell’Ospedale Cannizzaro di Catania – Anche in corso di chemioterapia, il mantenimento di una corretta alimentazione aiuta a far sopportare meglio gli stati tossici dei trattamenti. Mangiare in maniera corretta senza rinunciare al gusto, rappresenta una delle modalità di mantenimento della qualità della vita nel paziente oncologico”.

“L’obesità e tutte le altre forme di malnutrizione rappresentano una fattore di rischio per l’insorgenza di neoplasie e per l’esecuzione di tutti quelli che sono i trattamenti per la cura delle pazienti oncologica, dalla chirurgia ai trattamenti medici”, evidenzia il Direttore dell’U.O di Ostetricia e Ginecologia del Cannizzaro, Prof. Paolo Scollo.

“Il nostro corpo manda dei segnali che le donne devono saper cogliere, un banale dolore o gonfiore addominale o una perdita di peso non legata ad una dieta – aggiunge Daniela Spampinato– vanno approfonditi, sottoponendosi ad opportune visite mediche, con ecografia transvaginale. E’ vero che la ricerca ha fatto notevoli passi in avanti. Si può convivere con la malattia, ma ci sono innumerevoli effetti collaterali delle cure che penalizzano la qualità della vita”. Stellati e non, gli chef che hanno raccolto la sfida di Acto Sicilia sono tanti, al momento 11, molti fanno parte dell’associazione Soste di Ulisse, che riunisce l’eccellenza dell’enogastronomia siciliana, e che per prima ha voluto sostenere l’iniziativa. La Sicilia ha un patrimonio che altre regioni non hanno: veri e propri “cibi anticancro”, alcuni unici al mondo, a cominciare dagli antichi grani siciliani. Senza contare l’importante presenza di miele, di frutta e in particolare gli agrumi, frutta secca e la grandissima risorsa del pesce azzurro.

“Grazie al contributo degli chef, stiamo realizzando delle video/ricette da diffondere nei canali social – spiega la presidente Daniela Spampinato – verranno presentati piatti sani, gustosi, preparati con materie prime stagionali e a KM0, attenti anche alla riduzione degli sprechi, per scelte più consapevoli e sostenibili anche per l’ambiente dove viviamo. Ne faremo anche un ricettario che vorremmo pubblicare e distribuire”. Hanno già aderito: Pino Cuttaia, (La madia di Licata), Pietro D’Agostino (La Capinera, Taormina), Accursio Craparo, (Capraro, Modica) Vincenzo Candiano (Locanda Don Serafino, Ragusa Ibla), Tony Lo Coco (I Pupi, Bagheria), Giuseppe Raciti (Zash, Riposto), Giovanni Santoro (Shalai Resort, Linguaglossa), Angelo Treno, (Al Fogher, Piazza Armerina) Giovanni Guarneri, (Don Camillo, Ortigia), Angelo Di Stefano, (Colonna, Vittoria) Seby Sorbello (Sabir Gourmendarie, Zafferana Etnea).

Dai fornelli alla cattedra, Acto Sicilia ha organizzato anche delle “speciali” lezioni di cucina, non solo per valorizzare l’espressione dell’arte culinaria sviluppata in Sicilia fin dall’antichità, ma soprattutto per fornire ai pazienti e ai loro familiari indicazioni pratiche e teoriche su come gestire i problemi alimentari conseguenti ad interventi chirurgici, alla radioterapia o alle terapie mediche. Le lezioni, ciascuna di circa 3 ore, si sono tenute presso la scuola di cucina Myda, a cura di Loredana Crisafi e altri chef e alla presenza della nutrizionista Elisa Musumeci. Si ringrazia “Antichi Granai” per aver fornito materie prime di farine e pasta di altissima qualità da assaporare e testare. ACTO Sicilia realizzerà anche brochure informative, diffuse attraverso espositori mobili, nelle sedi LILT, nei reparti oncologici dei maggiori ospedali.

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) [summary] => “Tumore ovarico: la prevenzione inizia dalla buona cucina siciliana”. Questo il titolo dell’ultimo progetto di Acto Sicilia, l’associazione contro il tumore ovarico, supportato dall’Assessorato alla Salute Regione Siciliana, che lancia una campagna di sensibilizzazione con il coinvolgimento dei più importanti chef siciliani, ambasciatori della dieta mediterranea, riconosciuta dall’Unesco come bene protetto e inserito nel 2010 nella ... Read more [atom_content] =>

“Tumore ovarico: la prevenzione inizia dalla buona cucina siciliana”. Questo il titolo dell’ultimo progetto di Acto Sicilia, l’associazione contro il tumore ovarico, supportato dall’Assessorato alla Salute Regione Siciliana, che lancia una campagna di sensibilizzazione con il coinvolgimento dei più importanti chef siciliani, ambasciatori della dieta mediterranea, riconosciuta dall’Unesco come bene protetto e inserito nel 2010 nella lista dei patrimoni immateriali dell’Umanità.

“E’ necessario che molte più donne imparino a fare prevenzione, anche in assenza di sintomi”, sottolinea la presidente Acto Sicilia, Daniela Spampinato – Arrivare ad una diagnosi precoce e importantissimo”. Nel 2020 in Italia il tumore dell’ovaio ha avuto un’incidenza di circa 5.200 nuove diagnosi e ad oggi è uno dei “big killers” tra le neoplasie ginecologiche (30%) ed occupa il decimo posto tra tutti i tumori femminili (3%). E in Sicilia, la popolazione femminile (2.487.053) ha un target di prevenzione dei tumori all’ovaio di 14.5 per 100.000 abitanti. Che la buona alimentazione sia fattore fondamentale per la prevenzione di qualunque neoplasia, associata ad uno stile di vita attivo, lo ricorda anche il Codice europeo contro il cancro, in accordo ai principi del WCRF (World Cancer Research Fund). Studi di nutrigenomica stanno inoltre dimostrando che gli elementi su cui si basa il modello mediterraneo (consumo di olio extravergine di oliva, cereali, frutta e verdura) abbiano grande potere antinfiammatorio ed antitumorale.

“L’acquisizione di corretti stili di vita fin dalla più tenera età rappresentano una modalità di prevenzione primaria di tutte le neoplasie – commenta Giusy Scandurra, responsabile dell’Oncologia Medica dell’Ospedale Cannizzaro di Catania – Anche in corso di chemioterapia, il mantenimento di una corretta alimentazione aiuta a far sopportare meglio gli stati tossici dei trattamenti. Mangiare in maniera corretta senza rinunciare al gusto, rappresenta una delle modalità di mantenimento della qualità della vita nel paziente oncologico”.

“L’obesità e tutte le altre forme di malnutrizione rappresentano una fattore di rischio per l’insorgenza di neoplasie e per l’esecuzione di tutti quelli che sono i trattamenti per la cura delle pazienti oncologica, dalla chirurgia ai trattamenti medici”, evidenzia il Direttore dell’U.O di Ostetricia e Ginecologia del Cannizzaro, Prof. Paolo Scollo.

“Il nostro corpo manda dei segnali che le donne devono saper cogliere, un banale dolore o gonfiore addominale o una perdita di peso non legata ad una dieta – aggiunge Daniela Spampinato– vanno approfonditi, sottoponendosi ad opportune visite mediche, con ecografia transvaginale. E’ vero che la ricerca ha fatto notevoli passi in avanti. Si può convivere con la malattia, ma ci sono innumerevoli effetti collaterali delle cure che penalizzano la qualità della vita”. Stellati e non, gli chef che hanno raccolto la sfida di Acto Sicilia sono tanti, al momento 11, molti fanno parte dell’associazione Soste di Ulisse, che riunisce l’eccellenza dell’enogastronomia siciliana, e che per prima ha voluto sostenere l’iniziativa. La Sicilia ha un patrimonio che altre regioni non hanno: veri e propri “cibi anticancro”, alcuni unici al mondo, a cominciare dagli antichi grani siciliani. Senza contare l’importante presenza di miele, di frutta e in particolare gli agrumi, frutta secca e la grandissima risorsa del pesce azzurro.

“Grazie al contributo degli chef, stiamo realizzando delle video/ricette da diffondere nei canali social – spiega la presidente Daniela Spampinato – verranno presentati piatti sani, gustosi, preparati con materie prime stagionali e a KM0, attenti anche alla riduzione degli sprechi, per scelte più consapevoli e sostenibili anche per l’ambiente dove viviamo. Ne faremo anche un ricettario che vorremmo pubblicare e distribuire”. Hanno già aderito: Pino Cuttaia, (La madia di Licata), Pietro D’Agostino (La Capinera, Taormina), Accursio Craparo, (Capraro, Modica) Vincenzo Candiano (Locanda Don Serafino, Ragusa Ibla), Tony Lo Coco (I Pupi, Bagheria), Giuseppe Raciti (Zash, Riposto), Giovanni Santoro (Shalai Resort, Linguaglossa), Angelo Treno, (Al Fogher, Piazza Armerina) Giovanni Guarneri, (Don Camillo, Ortigia), Angelo Di Stefano, (Colonna, Vittoria) Seby Sorbello (Sabir Gourmendarie, Zafferana Etnea).

Dai fornelli alla cattedra, Acto Sicilia ha organizzato anche delle “speciali” lezioni di cucina, non solo per valorizzare l’espressione dell’arte culinaria sviluppata in Sicilia fin dall’antichità, ma soprattutto per fornire ai pazienti e ai loro familiari indicazioni pratiche e teoriche su come gestire i problemi alimentari conseguenti ad interventi chirurgici, alla radioterapia o alle terapie mediche. Le lezioni, ciascuna di circa 3 ore, si sono tenute presso la scuola di cucina Myda, a cura di Loredana Crisafi e altri chef e alla presenza della nutrizionista Elisa Musumeci. Si ringrazia “Antichi Granai” per aver fornito materie prime di farine e pasta di altissima qualità da assaporare e testare. ACTO Sicilia realizzerà anche brochure informative, diffuse attraverso espositori mobili, nelle sedi LILT, nei reparti oncologici dei maggiori ospedali.

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) [7] => Array ( [title] => Five home remedies to lose weight almost without realizing it [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/five-home-remedies-to-lose-weight-almost-without-realizing-it/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Margaret Stallworth ) [pubdate] => Tue, 05 Jul 2022 10:08:00 +0000 [category] => NewsHomeloserealizingremediesweight [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5712 [description] => when we pretend lose weight The most common is to adopt a Diet to lose weight. This diet should be low in fat and calories. In addition, it must be accompanied by physical exercise. All these measures can be a great effort for people who are not used to diets or gyms. However, there are ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

when we pretend lose weight The most common is to adopt a Diet to lose weight. This diet should be low in fat and calories. In addition, it must be accompanied by physical exercise. All these measures can be a great effort for people who are not used to diets or gyms. However, there are certain home remedies for weight loss that can help you a lot to lose a few kilos and that will not cost you any effort. We are going to tell you about five of these homemade tricks to lose weight

How to lose belly with home remedies?

reduce belly It is one of the most desired goals by those who want to lose weight. The abdomen is one of the areas of the body that tends to become inflamed and accumulate fat easily. For this reason, there is also home remedies to lose belly that may interest you a lot.

One of the natural remedies to reduce abdomen best known is to take a fennel infusion after the main meals. This digestive tisane will help to carry out digestions better and will prevent the hateful gases that inflame our stomach from forming. Try drinking fennel tea for a week and soon you will start to notice the results and you will have a flatter belly

The best home remedies to lose weight

The best home remedies for weight loss they are those that will be so easy for you that you will hardly even realize that they are carrying them out. For this reason, you will soon incorporate them into your daily routines and you will manage to lose weight day by day almost without realizing it.

Drink a lot of water

Water is fundamental in our life. Even more so if we want to lose weight. Experts recommend consuming two liters of water a day to be healthy and hydrated. The homemade trick to lose weight that we offer you consists of drinking a glass of water half an hour before the main meals. In this way, our stomach will have the feeling of being more satiated and we will have the need to eat less to feel full.

Walking is one of the healthiest routines you can adopt to lose weight pexels


Take a walk right after eating

walk briskly can become our best ally for lose weight. While any time is a good time to walk, experts advise taking a short walk right after eating. At this time the body registers its greatest activity burning calories so this small effort will be much more effective. It is enough to take a walk of about 10 to 15 minutes at a brisk pace. If you do it after breakfast, lunch and dinner, the effect will begin to be noticed soon.

Use smaller plates to eat

Forget the big plates and choose to choose the smallest of the tableware to eat. This way you can fill them more and not have the feeling that food is missing from the plate before you start eating.

Take slimming infusions every day

The slimming infusions They can be a great ally of diets to lose weight. There is one for every taste. Cold, hot, with theine to cheer you up, relaxing to drink at night. Choose the one you like the most or combine several during the day so as not to get bored. You just have to be careful to choose well the ones you take at night. Always opt for drinks without theine so that they do not cause you problems at bedtime.

The infusion of chamomile and anise is ideal for losing weight pixabay


up and down the stairs

Returning to the subject of physical exercise, one of the best activities we can do on a daily basis is up and down stairs. Forget the elevator and get used to using the stairs. This gesture will help you burn calories and strengthen the muscles of your legs and buttocks.

These home remedies for weight loss They will only be effective if combined with a healthy food and balanced and healthy life habits.

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) [summary] => when we pretend lose weight The most common is to adopt a Diet to lose weight. This diet should be low in fat and calories. In addition, it must be accompanied by physical exercise. All these measures can be a great effort for people who are not used to diets or gyms. However, there are ... Read more [atom_content] =>

when we pretend lose weight The most common is to adopt a Diet to lose weight. This diet should be low in fat and calories. In addition, it must be accompanied by physical exercise. All these measures can be a great effort for people who are not used to diets or gyms. However, there are certain home remedies for weight loss that can help you a lot to lose a few kilos and that will not cost you any effort. We are going to tell you about five of these homemade tricks to lose weight

How to lose belly with home remedies?

reduce belly It is one of the most desired goals by those who want to lose weight. The abdomen is one of the areas of the body that tends to become inflamed and accumulate fat easily. For this reason, there is also home remedies to lose belly that may interest you a lot.

One of the natural remedies to reduce abdomen best known is to take a fennel infusion after the main meals. This digestive tisane will help to carry out digestions better and will prevent the hateful gases that inflame our stomach from forming. Try drinking fennel tea for a week and soon you will start to notice the results and you will have a flatter belly

The best home remedies to lose weight

The best home remedies for weight loss they are those that will be so easy for you that you will hardly even realize that they are carrying them out. For this reason, you will soon incorporate them into your daily routines and you will manage to lose weight day by day almost without realizing it.

Drink a lot of water

Water is fundamental in our life. Even more so if we want to lose weight. Experts recommend consuming two liters of water a day to be healthy and hydrated. The homemade trick to lose weight that we offer you consists of drinking a glass of water half an hour before the main meals. In this way, our stomach will have the feeling of being more satiated and we will have the need to eat less to feel full.

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Take a walk right after eating

walk briskly can become our best ally for lose weight. While any time is a good time to walk, experts advise taking a short walk right after eating. At this time the body registers its greatest activity burning calories so this small effort will be much more effective. It is enough to take a walk of about 10 to 15 minutes at a brisk pace. If you do it after breakfast, lunch and dinner, the effect will begin to be noticed soon.

Use smaller plates to eat

Forget the big plates and choose to choose the smallest of the tableware to eat. This way you can fill them more and not have the feeling that food is missing from the plate before you start eating.

Take slimming infusions every day

The slimming infusions They can be a great ally of diets to lose weight. There is one for every taste. Cold, hot, with theine to cheer you up, relaxing to drink at night. Choose the one you like the most or combine several during the day so as not to get bored. You just have to be careful to choose well the ones you take at night. Always opt for drinks without theine so that they do not cause you problems at bedtime.

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up and down the stairs

Returning to the subject of physical exercise, one of the best activities we can do on a daily basis is up and down stairs. Forget the elevator and get used to using the stairs. This gesture will help you burn calories and strengthen the muscles of your legs and buttocks.

These home remedies for weight loss They will only be effective if combined with a healthy food and balanced and healthy life habits.

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(Teleborsa) – Milan is weak, in the wake of the other Euroland stock exchanges, despite the positive start of the session. To affect sentiment was the dissemination of some macroeconomic data: in particular, French industrial production remained flat in May, while the PMI indices of the main Eurozone countries showed a slowdown in growth. The Eurozone Composite PMI Index indicated that growth slowed to a minimum in 16 months, due to the contraction in manufacturing output and the weakening rate of growth in tertiary activity.

There growth of the service sector in Italy it slowed in June for the second consecutive month, with the S&P Global sector PMI index dropping to 51.6 points, nearing the 50 mark separating growth from contraction. Istat instead communicated that in the first quarter of the year the deficit / GDP ratio was 9%, an improvement compared to 12.8% in the same period of 2021.

On the front of company announcements, Seco reported growing revenues in the second half of 2022, Soul recorded negative net inflows of € 247 million in June, Somec announced that it is negotiating the purchase of the majority of the Lamp Arredo company, Sciuker Frames has signed new contracts for a total of 23.1 million euros.

NegativeEuro / US dollar, down by 1.11%. Sitting in fractional reduction for thegold, which for now leaves 0.34% on the parterre. The Petroleum (Light Sweet Crude Oil) down (+ 1.18%) stood at $ 109.7 per barrel.

Unchanged it spreadwhich is positioned at +192 basis points, with the yield of Ten-year BTP which stands at 3.18%.

Among the markets of the Old Continent under pressure Frankfurtwhich shows a drop of 0.97%, slips Londonwith a clear disadvantage of 1.26%, and in the red Pariswhich shows a marked fall of 1.15%.

TO Piazza Affarithe FTSE MIB it is down (-0.8%) and stands at 21,173 points; on the same line, the FTSE Italia All-Share, which slips to 23,179 points. Just below parity the FTSE Italia Mid Cap (-0.7%); without direction the FTSE Italia Star (-0.17%).

Between best Italian stocks large cap, good insights on Amplifonwhich shows a large advantage of 1.42%.

Well set up Finecowhich shows an increase of 1.34%.

Resistant DiaSorinwhich marks a small increase of 0.99%.

A2A advances by 0.93%.

The strongest falls, on the other hand, occur on Saipemwhich continues the session with -8.35%.

Black session for Leonardowhich leaves a 3.37% loss on the table.

At a loss Iveco Groupwhich falls by 2.98%.

Heavy Unipolwhich marks a drop of as much as -2.52 percentage points.

Top of the ranking of mid-cap stocks from Milan, Wiit (+ 2.94%), Alerion Clean Power (+ 1.81%), Seco (+ 1.55%) e Pharmanutra (+ 1.14%).

The strongest falls, on the other hand, occur on MPS Bankwhich continues the session with -3.69%.

Negative sitting for Anima Holdingwhich drops by 3.08%.

Sensitive losses for Mfe Bdown 2.83%.

Breathless doValuewhich falls by 2.50%.

Between macroeconomic variables heavier:

Tuesday 05/07/2022
02:45 China: Caixin services PMI (expected 49.7 points; preceding 41.4 points)
08:45 France: Industrial production, monthly (expected 0.2%; previous -0.1%)
10:00 European Union: PMI services (expected 52.8 points; preceding 56.1 points)
10:00 European Union: Composite PMI (expected 51.9 points; preceding 54.8 points)
4:00 pm USA: Industry orders, monthly (expected 0.5%; previous 0.3%).

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) [summary] => (Teleborsa) – Milan is weak, in the wake of the other Euroland stock exchanges, despite the positive start of the session. To affect sentiment was the dissemination of some macroeconomic data: in particular, French industrial production remained flat in May, while the PMI indices of the main Eurozone countries showed a slowdown in growth. The ... Read more [atom_content] =>

(Teleborsa) – Milan is weak, in the wake of the other Euroland stock exchanges, despite the positive start of the session. To affect sentiment was the dissemination of some macroeconomic data: in particular, French industrial production remained flat in May, while the PMI indices of the main Eurozone countries showed a slowdown in growth. The Eurozone Composite PMI Index indicated that growth slowed to a minimum in 16 months, due to the contraction in manufacturing output and the weakening rate of growth in tertiary activity.

There growth of the service sector in Italy it slowed in June for the second consecutive month, with the S&P Global sector PMI index dropping to 51.6 points, nearing the 50 mark separating growth from contraction. Istat instead communicated that in the first quarter of the year the deficit / GDP ratio was 9%, an improvement compared to 12.8% in the same period of 2021.

On the front of company announcements, Seco reported growing revenues in the second half of 2022, Soul recorded negative net inflows of € 247 million in June, Somec announced that it is negotiating the purchase of the majority of the Lamp Arredo company, Sciuker Frames has signed new contracts for a total of 23.1 million euros.

NegativeEuro / US dollar, down by 1.11%. Sitting in fractional reduction for thegold, which for now leaves 0.34% on the parterre. The Petroleum (Light Sweet Crude Oil) down (+ 1.18%) stood at $ 109.7 per barrel.

Unchanged it spreadwhich is positioned at +192 basis points, with the yield of Ten-year BTP which stands at 3.18%.

Among the markets of the Old Continent under pressure Frankfurtwhich shows a drop of 0.97%, slips Londonwith a clear disadvantage of 1.26%, and in the red Pariswhich shows a marked fall of 1.15%.

TO Piazza Affarithe FTSE MIB it is down (-0.8%) and stands at 21,173 points; on the same line, the FTSE Italia All-Share, which slips to 23,179 points. Just below parity the FTSE Italia Mid Cap (-0.7%); without direction the FTSE Italia Star (-0.17%).

Between best Italian stocks large cap, good insights on Amplifonwhich shows a large advantage of 1.42%.

Well set up Finecowhich shows an increase of 1.34%.

Resistant DiaSorinwhich marks a small increase of 0.99%.

A2A advances by 0.93%.

The strongest falls, on the other hand, occur on Saipemwhich continues the session with -8.35%.

Black session for Leonardowhich leaves a 3.37% loss on the table.

At a loss Iveco Groupwhich falls by 2.98%.

Heavy Unipolwhich marks a drop of as much as -2.52 percentage points.

Top of the ranking of mid-cap stocks from Milan, Wiit (+ 2.94%), Alerion Clean Power (+ 1.81%), Seco (+ 1.55%) e Pharmanutra (+ 1.14%).

The strongest falls, on the other hand, occur on MPS Bankwhich continues the session with -3.69%.

Negative sitting for Anima Holdingwhich drops by 3.08%.

Sensitive losses for Mfe Bdown 2.83%.

Breathless doValuewhich falls by 2.50%.

Between macroeconomic variables heavier:

Tuesday 05/07/2022
02:45 China: Caixin services PMI (expected 49.7 points; preceding 41.4 points)
08:45 France: Industrial production, monthly (expected 0.2%; previous -0.1%)
10:00 European Union: PMI services (expected 52.8 points; preceding 56.1 points)
10:00 European Union: Composite PMI (expected 51.9 points; preceding 54.8 points)
4:00 pm USA: Industry orders, monthly (expected 0.5%; previous 0.3%).

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    Astronauts recover poorly from bone loss suffered during their stay in weightlessness, even a year after their return to Earth, according to a study published on June 30.

    The atrophy of bones caused by the absence of gravity, similar to osteoporosis, has long been studied on board space stations. Floating there is pleasant, but the astronauts must limit themselves to several hours of physical exercise a day to limit the damage of this inactivity of the musculoskeletal system. What is less known is how long it takes them to recover after returning to the ground.

    Damaged Skeletons

    Using new 3D imaging techniques, a study of 17 astronauts from the International Space Station (ISS), published in the journal Scientific Reportsshows that the recovery remains incomplete, even after one year.

    Work began in 2015 at the initiative of Steven Boyd, director of the McCaig Institute for Bone Health at the University of Calgary in Canada. Together with his colleagues, they imaged the skeletons of 14 men and three women before their spaceflight, when they returned to Earth, then six months and another 12 months after they landed.

    In particular, they carried out bone scans of the tibia (which supports almost all of the body’s weight) and the radius (forearm) to assess their density and their resistance to fracture. While calculating the effects of physical exercises practiced in weightlessness and back on Earth.

    Result: one year after the flight, 16 astronauts showed incomplete resorption of the tibia, which had lost up to 2% of its bone density compared to the pre-flight period. The longer the stay in orbit (6 to 7 months) the more the bone system was damaged.

    After 12 months, nine of the astronauts had not fully recovered. Damage comparable to a decade of bone loss on Earth, or more.

    Consult a GP online

    Being in space, “the most drastic physical inactivity”

    “We also show that bone architecture is permanently altered”told AFP Dr. Steven Boyd, co-author of the study. “Think of the Eiffel Tower and all its metal rods: in space, we lose some of its rods. When we return to Earth, we can repair the remaining ones, but we don’t create new connections”continues the researcher.

    “Microgravity [l’apesanteur]it is the most drastic physical inactivity there is”comments Guillemette Gauquelin-Koch, head of space medicine at CNES. “Even with two hours of sport a day, it’s as if you were bedridden for the remaining 22 hours”adds the doctor, who did not take part in the study.

    The inhabitants of the ISS have had for some years a new machine developed by NASA, Ared (Advanced Resistive Exercise Device), which exerts on the body a resistance similar to gravity, allowing leg curls, work of the biceps , abs… “We should do more exercises of this type to reduce bone loss”recommends Steven Boyd.

    For future manned flights to Mars – well over six months – it is in any case an obstacle, which is added to the problems of cosmic radiation and the psychological impact of a long confinement. “It will not be easy for the crew to set foot on Martian soil when they arrive… it’s very disabling”according to Dr. Gauquelin-Koch.

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    ) [summary] => News Published on 05/07/2022 at 09:18 Updated 05/07/2022 at 09:18 Reading 2 mins. Astronauts recover poorly from bone loss suffered during their stay in weightlessness, even a year after their return to Earth, according to a study published on June 30. The atrophy of bones caused by the absence of gravity, similar to osteoporosis, has ... Read more [atom_content] =>

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    Astronauts recover poorly from bone loss suffered during their stay in weightlessness, even a year after their return to Earth, according to a study published on June 30.

    The atrophy of bones caused by the absence of gravity, similar to osteoporosis, has long been studied on board space stations. Floating there is pleasant, but the astronauts must limit themselves to several hours of physical exercise a day to limit the damage of this inactivity of the musculoskeletal system. What is less known is how long it takes them to recover after returning to the ground.

    Damaged Skeletons

    Using new 3D imaging techniques, a study of 17 astronauts from the International Space Station (ISS), published in the journal Scientific Reportsshows that the recovery remains incomplete, even after one year.

    Work began in 2015 at the initiative of Steven Boyd, director of the McCaig Institute for Bone Health at the University of Calgary in Canada. Together with his colleagues, they imaged the skeletons of 14 men and three women before their spaceflight, when they returned to Earth, then six months and another 12 months after they landed.

    In particular, they carried out bone scans of the tibia (which supports almost all of the body’s weight) and the radius (forearm) to assess their density and their resistance to fracture. While calculating the effects of physical exercises practiced in weightlessness and back on Earth.

    Result: one year after the flight, 16 astronauts showed incomplete resorption of the tibia, which had lost up to 2% of its bone density compared to the pre-flight period. The longer the stay in orbit (6 to 7 months) the more the bone system was damaged.

    After 12 months, nine of the astronauts had not fully recovered. Damage comparable to a decade of bone loss on Earth, or more.

    Consult a GP online

    Being in space, “the most drastic physical inactivity”

    “We also show that bone architecture is permanently altered”told AFP Dr. Steven Boyd, co-author of the study. “Think of the Eiffel Tower and all its metal rods: in space, we lose some of its rods. When we return to Earth, we can repair the remaining ones, but we don’t create new connections”continues the researcher.

    “Microgravity [l’apesanteur]it is the most drastic physical inactivity there is”comments Guillemette Gauquelin-Koch, head of space medicine at CNES. “Even with two hours of sport a day, it’s as if you were bedridden for the remaining 22 hours”adds the doctor, who did not take part in the study.

    The inhabitants of the ISS have had for some years a new machine developed by NASA, Ared (Advanced Resistive Exercise Device), which exerts on the body a resistance similar to gravity, allowing leg curls, work of the biceps , abs… “We should do more exercises of this type to reduce bone loss”recommends Steven Boyd.

    For future manned flights to Mars – well over six months – it is in any case an obstacle, which is added to the problems of cosmic radiation and the psychological impact of a long confinement. “It will not be easy for the crew to set foot on Martian soil when they arrive… it’s very disabling”according to Dr. Gauquelin-Koch.

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