Eye Treatment – Lutra Vision http://lutravision.com/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 18:24:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://lutravision.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/lutra-vision-icon-120x120.jpg Eye Treatment – Lutra Vision http://lutravision.com/ 32 32 New drug study at UCalgary shows promising treatment option for patients with multiple sclerosis https://lutravision.com/new-drug-study-at-ucalgary-shows-promising-treatment-option-for-patients-with-multiple-sclerosis/ Fri, 14 Jan 2022 18:24:18 +0000 https://lutravision.com/new-drug-study-at-ucalgary-shows-promising-treatment-option-for-patients-with-multiple-sclerosis/ A new study from the University of Calgary may bring hope to people suffering from a debilitating form of multiple sclerosis. Researchers say the generic drug hydroxychloroquine shows promise for slowing disability in the least treatable form of the autoimmune disease. Hydroxychloroquine is an antimalarial drug more commonly used to manage symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis […]]]>

A new study from the University of Calgary may bring hope to people suffering from a debilitating form of multiple sclerosis.

Researchers say the generic drug hydroxychloroquine shows promise for slowing disability in the least treatable form of the autoimmune disease.

Hydroxychloroquine is an antimalarial drug more commonly used to manage symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and autoimmune diseases such as lupus. It was chosen because it is widely used in rheumatological diseases and generally well tolerated.

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The experimental study followed 35 people between November 2016 and June 2021, with follow-ups with each participant at six months and 18 months. The researchers expected to see at least 40% of them experience a significant worsening of their walking function.

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But by the end of the trial, only eight participants had gotten worse.

“With primary progressive MS, there is no good treatment to stop or reverse the progression of the disease. The disability gets progressively worse over time,” said study co-director Dr. Marcus Koch.

“Our trial is a preliminary success that requires further research. We hope that sharing these results will help inspire this work, especially larger scale clinical trials in the future.

Multiple sclerosis affects approximately 90,000 Canadians, including approximately 15% of those diagnosed with primary progressive multiple sclerosis, one of the highest rates in the world.

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It is a disease in which the body’s immune system attacks its own tissues and is usually long-lasting, often affecting the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves in the eyes. It can cause problems with vision, balance and muscle control, although the effects are different for everyone with the disease.

The cause is unknown.

The research was published in Annals of Neurology.

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Joel Embiid deserves the James Harden treatment https://lutravision.com/joel-embiid-deserves-the-james-harden-treatment/ Wed, 12 Jan 2022 19:00:00 +0000 https://lutravision.com/joel-embiid-deserves-the-james-harden-treatment/ In the NBA, there are only a limited number of true superstars. Of course, the term is thrown around like nothing has happened, with Kendrick Perkins having no qualms about placing the title on sophomore guard LaMelo Ball, but as Zach Lowe suggested in a recent episode of NBA Today of ESPN, this is simply […]]]>

In the NBA, there are only a limited number of true superstars.

Of course, the term is thrown around like nothing has happened, with Kendrick Perkins having no qualms about placing the title on sophomore guard LaMelo Ball, but as Zach Lowe suggested in a recent episode of NBA Today of ESPN, this is simply not true. In order for a player to truly achieve superstar status, he must of course dominate on the pitch, inspiring a new generation of hoops in the process, but he must also transcend the sport and capture the cultural zeitgeist off the pitch. .

Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid breathes that rarefied air.

A legitimate MVP contender who had started every All-Star game he’s appeared in, Embiid is part of the elite on and off the pitch. He’s the NBA’s best post player on both ends of the field – don’t @ me – and backed him up with a steady 3-point shot, improved grip, and vast improvements as a playmaker. about his leadership abilities and his willingness to galvanize his troops around the greater good, and any team in the NBA would love to have “The Process” on their roster and would surely pay them the maximum in maximum contracts to make this happen without blinking. eyes.

Can Joel Embiid be the best player on a Championship team? If the answer is yes – it is – then why not build the Philadelphia 76ers around what it does best?

The Philadelphia 76ers are expected to give Joel Embiid the James Harden treatment.

In Houston, James Harden was a one-man wrecking team.

Granted, he’s played alongside a few All-Stars during his 8.25-year run in Space City, from Dwight Howard to Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook, but for much of his run the MVP of the league did it on its own, with a roster built around its unique brand of basketball.

The results, while not quite the championship pedigree, were pretty darn good.

During their joint tenure, Harden and Daryl Morey have never had a loss record, recorded an average winning percentage of 63.9 and had the fifth league winning total of any team in the NBA – regular season and playoffs – 2012-20 according to Statmuse.

If the Rockets hadn’t played in the same conference as the Golden State Warriors during the Steph Curry / Klay Thompson / Draymond Green / possibly Kevin Durant era, there might have been a prominent banner in Toyota Center. , but alas, these are the breaks, I guess.

So how did Morey do it? How did he take the third member of OKC’s Big 3 and build one of the lasting powers of the West? Composition of the smart list.

Before Harden grew into a nearly 10 assists per game guy, he was one of the most dominant scorers in the NBA who could do incredible damage both on and off the ball. To complement his abilities, 3s, ISOs, pick-and-roll backtracking, and foul-hunting flops, Morey landed big screens from Harden like Howard, Nene and Clint Capella, identified combo guards like Eric Gordon, Lou Williams, and Jeremy Lin, and, more importantly, a slew of 3-and-D wings of all shapes and sizes.

Morey accepted advanced analysis before most, embraced the small ball revolution to a sometimes comedic degree, and never encountered a draft pick he wouldn’t gladly trade for an immediate, veteran upgrade.

At this point in his career, Joel Embiid hasn’t had that kind of singular list focus.

Mind you, that’s not all on Morey. The former Houston big boss is either the fourth, fifth, or general manager in Embiid’s tenure, depending on how you count Jerry Colangelo and Brett Brown, and all of these men had to marry Embiid’s needs with those of Ben Simmons, who needs relatively different similar but crucial pieces around him for his game to be successful.

While he still has a record in Camden, a place on the payroll and his name on the injury report before every game, Simmons is effectively out of the equation and so all attention should be on construction. of a competitor around JoJo.

If that means adding a second star then so much the better; Morey did it with Chris Paul in 2017-18 and injured his ankle in the NBA Finals, but it doesn’t have to be. the other time the Rockets reached the Western Conference Finals at the Morey-Harden wedding – in 2015 – the team’s second-best player was Dwight Howard, who alone averaging 15.8 points and 10.5 rebounds per game.

If the Sixers are smart about how they handle Simmons’ trade, they can certainly build a roster around Embiid and Tyrese Maxey, with complementary players like Tyrese Haliburton, Harrison Barnes and Buddy Hield – or whoever it is – filling out a roster designed around the best-playing team instead of players like Tobias Harris, who were explicitly targeted and extended due to their fit alongside 25.

Is Haliburton better than, say, Jrue Holiday, the Milwaukee Bucks’ second-best player? Right now, probably not, but he’s certainly as good as the former Sixer was in his second pro season and would complement Embiid and Maxey perfectly with his assists and lethal 3-point shots. If the team can secure a player like that, leave Harris (more details here) and walk away with a deeper war chest capable of keeping them in play for a future disgruntled All-Star – like Bobby Marques suggested in his book NBA trade primer – why not do it? No one blames Milwaukee for trading three first-round picks plus Eric Bledsoe and George Hill for Holiday now that there’s a banner hanging on the Fiserv Forum.

There’s no question that the Philadelphia 76ers are Joel Embiid’s team; their ceiling is their ceiling, their floor is their floor, and the team’s fortune is directly linked to theirs. To his credit, Embiid took on this challenge and thus had the best season of his career. Now it’s up to Daryl Morey to build a team around his best player, a player he once compared to Hakeem Olajuwon, and put him in the best position to be successful, whether it’s waiting until this summer for a star or radically reshape the list around his needs and only his needs. Either way, this is all part of the “Process”.

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Feeling “a little uncomfortable” about the treatment of Novak Djokovic and the rest of the top sports writing of the week https://lutravision.com/feeling-a-little-uncomfortable-about-the-treatment-of-novak-djokovic-and-the-rest-of-the-top-sports-writing-of-the-week/ Sun, 09 Jan 2022 08:30:00 +0000 https://lutravision.com/feeling-a-little-uncomfortable-about-the-treatment-of-novak-djokovic-and-the-rest-of-the-top-sports-writing-of-the-week/ 1. As Northampton’s recruiting and retention manager, Paul Shields spends much of his day weathering a storm of spreadsheets and video footage. Every now and then inside the blizzard, he will identify a gold nugget. Shields remembers when he first laid eyes on Samu Manoa, then an electrician and part-time rugby player. He immediately told […]]]>

1. As Northampton’s recruiting and retention manager, Paul Shields spends much of his day weathering a storm of spreadsheets and video footage. Every now and then inside the blizzard, he will identify a gold nugget.

Shields remembers when he first laid eyes on Samu Manoa, then an electrician and part-time rugby player. He immediately told then-attacking coach Dorian West to give up whatever he was doing to come and see this Polynesian giant from the back as well. When Manoa left Northampton a few years later he signed a contract for Toulon which made him the highest paid player in the world.

This type of hidden gem is rare because there are so few hiding places in professional rugby but as Shields says “they exist, it’s our job to find them”. Almost every Premiership club will have its own hiring manager who runs through the same markets. And these are sophisticated operations as Shields patiently explains to Telegraph Sport, especially with the squeeze on the reduced salary cap this season. “It’s like a gyroscope that’s always moving in different directions,” Shields said. “The settings are constantly changing.”

Daniel Schofield of the Telegraph meets former Irish player Paul Shields, now recruiting manager at Northampton. (€)

2. Why would The Times spend half a billion dollars to get into sports writing? As Times Director Meredith Kopit Levien said in today’s ad The Times wants to go from over 8 million subscribers to over 10 million, and it has to do it (mostly) without the help of Donald Trump. Perhaps for the first time since former editor Howell Raines tried to boost The Times’ numbers by covering more college football games, management sees the sport as an area of ​​growth.

But The Times has already capitalized on the bleeding of local newspapers in a way the founders of The Athletic could only dream of. “The Times now has more subscribers in Dallas than the Dallas Morning News,” noted a recent New Yorker article. How many more subscribers can a really good group of Dallas sports writers bring in? The purchase has the scent of traditional media hugging a digital outfit, like Condé Nast buying Pitchfork seven years ago.

The Times reports that Mather and Hansmann will stay; Times executive David Perpich will be editor of The Athletic. The second question is: who is going to figure out how to run a horde of beat writers, investigative journalists and editorial experts in an institution like the Times? The founders of the site? Sam Dolnick, who toured as Assistant Sports Editor, and now has a masthead seat? Almost every The Athletic writers I spoke to feared the site would fire writers after a sale.

Then again, I’ve listened to reporters predicting The Athletic would explode like a supernova for years. Mather and Hansmann deserve credit for piloting her to a safe harbor. Now, Athletic’s future depends on how or if he can improve the health of the 170-year-old Times. Welcome to the world of newspapers.

Following its $ 550 million purchase by The New York Times, Bryan Curtis du Ringer explains how The Athletic set out to destroy the newspapers and then became one.

3. “Global change will happen when every individual finds the courage to wake up from mass amnesia. Yes, I have read Novak Djokovic’s wellness guru’s personal manifesto so you don’t have to.

It’s no secret that the world’s No.1 Covid outlaw, currently awaiting his fate in a nice Melbourne hotel, is a longtime student of someone called Chervin Jafarieh, described, on his own website, as “one of the most respected and influential health experts in the world”. Jafarieh is a familiar type, magnetic personality, good looking and piercing spirit guide who accepts all major credit cards and looks like he could smell musk and whale song and concentrated human power as he stands a little too close to you in the elevator.

The manifesto is lush and persuasive, and frankly, it speaks volumes. The guy from Novak is worried about pollution and climate change, as well as “militarism, urbanization, the burning of carbon, the mining of metals and toxic materials, the manufacture of chemicals and of biological poisons ”. He’s mostly obsessed with the intake and the body, and that seems to be the problem with Djokovic’s reluctance to get vaccinated, at least in public. Djokovic hosted his own super-broadcast event, provided an anti-science model, but he also bought ventilators for hospitals, set up a Covid fund, and did generous, charitable, and believing-type things.

It’s not some alien lizard thing. This is not the great human slaughter or the mock demo. Instead, the resistance seems to come from elsewhere, from sunny pagodas where magnetic people in crisp linen gowns talk about their energy, their aura, their yacht, a place of mental power and purity of God. blood, bamboo silica supplements and organic chocolate products. Longevity of mushrooms.

Guardian’s Barney Ronay gives his vision of the man at the center of global anger – Novak Djokovic.

4. It is amazing that this saga has never been allowed to reach such a farce. After all, Australian immigration authorities had approved his visa by the time he began his trip to Dubai. Why did it take until the final checks at Melbourne Airport, involving everyone from Mr Morrison to the President of Serbia, for it to turn into an all-powerful diplomatic uproar that lasted all through night ?

Very few in tennis or beyond are very inclined to view Djokovic as a victim. The popular opinion is that he only has to blame himself, that he could have saved himself the trouble by getting the vaccine, just like most of his peers.

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It is still possible, however, to feel uncomfortable seeing how a nine-time Australian Open champion, a figure who in 2020 donated money to aid relief efforts against the devastating bushfires of the country, is subjected to such ruthless ridicule.

This unease is amplified by the posture of Mr Morrison and his ministers, which suggests that Djokovic is less the architect of his downfall than a pawn in a cynical political game.

And for the telegraph, Oliver Brown turns his attention to the role of Australian politicians in escalating the Djokovic saga.

5. Ian Wright sits quietly with his head bowed, listening to the stories of the dead. A 17-year-old student from Haringey, who had made an anti-stabbing video, dying of stab wounds. A 16-year-old was murdered while sitting on a park bench in Tottenham, chatting with friends in the afternoon. An 18-year-old student, a refugee from Afghanistan, was stabbed in Twickenham. A 15-year-old was killed on his way to school in Hayes.

The Arsenal legend is silent as he hears about some of the incidents that claimed the lives of 30 teenagers in London in 2021, the worst death toll on record. Some had perished near the Emirates Stadium. A 19-year-old, who dreamed of being a professional footballer, was shot dead near Elthorne Park. A 15-year-old was stabbed near Archway.

All over the capital, parents mourn their slain sons and communities look out for those who are lost. A 15-year-old from Newham shot dead in his school uniform. A 17-year-old autistic boy dies in a machete and knife attack in Sydenham. An 18-year-old law student stabbed to protect his mother from a thief in Walthamstow. A 14-year-old boy dying of multiple stab wounds in Croydon.

Let’s go. “You could go on and on chanting names,” Wright finally replies, considering the immensity of events in his city. “If you’ve only mentioned one of those who died from knife crime or gun crime, that’s too much. We are losing so many lives. My reaction is pure sadness.

As Arsenal prepares to wear a special kit to draw attention to knife violence in London, Henry Winter of the Times discusses the matter with Ian Wright. (€)


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Symptoms, risks and treatment of Dauber mud sting https://lutravision.com/symptoms-risks-and-treatment-of-dauber-mud-sting/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 17:06:13 +0000 https://lutravision.com/symptoms-risks-and-treatment-of-dauber-mud-sting/ Mud-smeared wasps may seem threatening, but they’re actually pretty harmless to people. These solitary wasps get their name from the mud they use to make their nests. There are different types of mud dauber wasps in the United States, but none of them are aggressive towards humans. Only females have stingers and their venom is […]]]>

Mud-smeared wasps may seem threatening, but they’re actually pretty harmless to people.

These solitary wasps get their name from the mud they use to make their nests. There are different types of mud dauber wasps in the United States, but none of them are aggressive towards humans. Only females have stingers and their venom is very mild compared to other wasps and bees.

In the rare event that you get stung by a mud-smeared woman, you are unlikely to experience many symptoms. However, everyone reacts to insect bites and bites differently, so watch out for your symptoms if you get bitten. You may need a higher level of treatment than basic home first aid.

Female mud daubers can sting, but they rarely sting humans. You would need to shake a feminine mud dauber significantly. Mud daubers live on their own and do not swarm, so you are unlikely to encounter a group of them. Other wasps and bees are social. They swarm and sting to defend their homes, but mud daubers do not.

A mud dauber is unlikely to sting you, but if it does, your symptoms may look like a typical insect bite or sting. Mud dauber venom is mild, so you can’t feel pain or swelling like more aggressive or harmful bees or wasps.

Typical symptoms of insect bites or stings include:

  • redness or discoloration
  • pain or tingling
  • swelling
  • itch

Mud Dauber Wasp Venom is intended to capture and paralyze spiders and is not intended for defense like with other wasps and bees. Therefore, it is generally not harmful to people.

However, it may present an increased risk to a person if they have an allergic reaction to the venom.

Medical emergency

Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room if you have symptoms such as:

  • difficulty in breathing
  • inability to concentrate
  • a rash that appears suddenly
  • urticaria
  • loss of consciousness
  • difficulty swallowing
  • rapid heartbeat
  • swollen lips and throat

Until you experience an allergic reaction, you may not feel anything from a mud bubbler sting, or you may have mild symptoms. There are some basic first aid techniques you can try to reduce symptoms near the bite. These include:

Call a doctor if your symptoms have not gone away or if they get worse after a few days. Seek emergency medical help if you experience symptoms of a severe allergic reaction or anaphylactic shock after the sting.

A mud dauber wasp is long and has a very thin waist that looks like thread. The thin waist connects his chest to his abdomen. Its six legs protrude from its thorax. It has two distinctive large eyes, two antennae, and two long, narrow wings. The mud dauber is between half an inch and an inch long. Females are larger than males.

Mud daubers feed on spiders, including black and brown widows, so they can be beneficial to the ecosystem where you live. They store captured spiders in their complex nest of mud cells for their offspring.

There are different types of mud daubers. You can tell them apart by their physical characteristics and nests. Three common varieties of them in the United States include:

  • Cementarium Scelipron is black and yellow, with yellow legs. It creates a mud nest made up of small connected rectangular cells. Their nest is the size of a plum or a peach.
  • Trypoxylon politum is black and has blue wings and white tips on its hind legs. He builds a mud nest that looks like a pipe organ. The nest is made up of five or six elongated and narrow cavities that connect to each other.
  • Californian Chalybion is shimmering blue. This variety does not build its own nests, but rather uses nests built by other mud daubers. He brings water to these nests to rework them.

You are unlikely to be stung by a mud dauber wasp or experience severe symptoms if you are stung. Mud daubers tend to stick around and won’t hit a human unless provoked. But if you do get stung, treat a mud dauber sting as you would any other sting or insect bite with basic first aid treatments. Severe symptoms may be a sign of an allergic reaction or anaphylactic shock. These require prompt medical treatment.


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Sickle Cell Disease Treatment Market Size Analysis 2021 by Major Key Players https://lutravision.com/sickle-cell-disease-treatment-market-size-analysis-2021-by-major-key-players/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 01:14:56 +0000 https://lutravision.com/sickle-cell-disease-treatment-market-size-analysis-2021-by-major-key-players/ New Jersey, United States, – Market Research Intellect has been analyzing the Sickle Cell Disease Treatment technology and markets since 2018. Since then, through the analysis of the research of the companies, we have been very close to the latest research and market developments. In addition, Market Research Intellect works closely with many clients to […]]]>

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Ministry of Health Orders 14 Omicron Variant Cases to Be Treated in Da Nang | Health https://lutravision.com/ministry-of-health-orders-14-omicron-variant-cases-to-be-treated-in-da-nang-health/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 02:35:02 +0000 https://lutravision.com/ministry-of-health-orders-14-omicron-variant-cases-to-be-treated-in-da-nang-health/ In its submission to the Steering Committee for the Prevention and Control of Covid-19 in the Central Province of Quang Nam, the Da Nang City Steering Committee for the Prevention and Control of Covid-19, the Vietnam Airlines Corporation and Bamboo Airways, the ministry announced that fourteen people arriving in Vietnam from South Korea and the […]]]>

In its submission to the Steering Committee for the Prevention and Control of Covid-19 in the Central Province of Quang Nam, the Da Nang City Steering Committee for the Prevention and Control of Covid-19, the Vietnam Airlines Corporation and Bamboo Airways, the ministry announced that fourteen people arriving in Vietnam from South Korea and the United States have been confirmed to be infected with the Omicron strain of coronavirus.

Of these, eight were on flight VN99 from the United States and three on flight VN417 from South Korea both of which landed on December 24. Two others were on board flight VN417 from South Korea on December 23 and one on flight QH9451 from South Korea on December 21.

On December 30, the Pasteur Institute in Nha Trang confirmed that these aforementioned passengers were positive for the new Omicron variant (B.1.1.529) after performing gene sequencing.

The Ministry of Health has proposed to the steering committees for the prevention and control of Covid-19 in Quang Nam, Da Nang, Vietnam Airlines Corporation and Bamboo Airways to trace those who have close and related contact with infected passengers and to keep these isolated contacts to prevent disease. to spread in the community.

Healthcare workers will take samples from people in the shuttle; hotel service personnel, flight attendants, ground service personnel and close contacts for testing. Test results will soon be available for the prevention and control of Covid-19.

The ministry called on the responsible agencies and the local administration to strengthen the supervision and management of cases arriving from abroad and to keep an eye on the community for early detection of suspected cases.

The local health sector should rapidly zone the areas where the patient has lived, worked and immediately disinfect the environment, means of transport and other affected areas in accordance with the provisions of the Directive on surveillance and prevention of the Covid-19 epidemic. .

Medical clinics and treatment facilities must segregate patients and measure their temperature. Patients should be asked to make medical declarations and to comply with regulations on the prevention of Covid-19.

Vietnam’s health ministry reported 16,515 cases of Covid-19 nationwide on Friday, while recording 18,642 recoveries and 226 deaths.

By Nguyen Quoc – Translated by Anh Quan


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Joe Burrow Receives Slime Treatment For Winning NVP Of The Week Award https://lutravision.com/joe-burrow-receives-slime-treatment-for-winning-nvp-of-the-week-award/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 20:45:36 +0000 https://lutravision.com/joe-burrow-receives-slime-treatment-for-winning-nvp-of-the-week-award/ Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is certainly unaware of the “sophomore crisis” that many NFL players go through. After his rookie season was cut short in 2020 with a ripped ACL, Joe Burrow and the Bengals have become one of the toughest teams to play in the AFC North. If further proof is needed, just […]]]>

Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow is certainly unaware of the “sophomore crisis” that many NFL players go through. After his rookie season was cut short in 2020 with a ripped ACL, Joe Burrow and the Bengals have become one of the toughest teams to play in the AFC North. If further proof is needed, just ask the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens, who have been swept away by the Cincinnati Bengals this season in conference.

Last week, the Cincinnati Bengals beat the Baltimore Ravens, who were without quarterback Lamar Jackson, 41-21.

Joe Burrow threw for an impressive 525 passing yards and four touchdowns, leading the Bengals to exclusive possession of the AFC North Division with a 9-6 record.

Joe Burrow’s courageous performance on Sunday caught the attention of Nickelodeon, which awards weekly “NVP” awards for the best NFL performance of the week. The NVP award winner is then presented with the trophy and an appropriate “slimming”.

WATCH: Bengals QB Joe Burrow gets dirty by his teammates

SpongeBob SquarePants came to Cincinnati to surprise his biggest fan at work. Congratulations to the NVP, @JoeyB! ?? https://t.co/iikqYKCpqf

Cincinnati Bengals tight end CJ Uzomah approached quarterback Joe Burrow, alongside Nickelodeon royalty: Spongebob Squarepants. As seen in the video above, SpongeBob SquarePants had the NVP award in the net and handed it over to Burrow, who said he was waiting to receive it.

But, unlike most people who get slimmed down or soaked, Burrow asked for the bright green soak. Uzomah didn’t hold back and ran back with a cup of Nickelodoen’s famous bright green slime and poured it over Joe Burrow’s head. Burrow appeared to enjoy the sliming and the iconic Nickelodeon airship trophy, which he said he had been trying to win for some time.

Joe Burrow was nominated for the Nickelodeon NVP Award, alongside Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen and Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams. Allen and the Bills defeated the New England Patriots, now tied for the lead with the AFC East. Adams and the Packers defeated the Browns on Christmas Day. Adams had 10 catches for 114 yards and two touchdowns.

The Burrows’ 525 passing yards and four touchdowns were a franchise record for the Cincinnati Bengals. This season, Burrow has thrown for 4,165 passing yards and 30 touchdowns, with just 14 interceptions. Joe Burrow could be a good candidate for the NFL Comeback Player of the Year award.

Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals will now have a tough game this Sunday afternoon with a home game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Winning this match maintains their lead in the AFC North division.




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Frustration Grows Over Shortage of Monoclonal Antibody Treatments | News https://lutravision.com/frustration-grows-over-shortage-of-monoclonal-antibody-treatments-news/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 00:22:54 +0000 https://lutravision.com/frustration-grows-over-shortage-of-monoclonal-antibody-treatments-news/ NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Some families are frustrated as loved ones battling COVID-19 are denied monoclonal antibody treatments. Family in Colombia says COVID-19 is moving through their home, hitting a family member hard. “He’s never been so sick in his life, he’s never been so sick,” says Diane La Spada. Nine days ago her husband […]]]>

NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) – Some families are frustrated as loved ones battling COVID-19 are denied monoclonal antibody treatments. Family in Colombia says COVID-19 is moving through their home, hitting a family member hard.

“He’s never been so sick in his life, he’s never been so sick,” says Diane La Spada.

Nine days ago her husband started to feel a little sick. He tested positive for COVID-19, so she started calling places that give monoclonal antibody treatments. La Spada says that since her husband is not considered to be at high risk, he is not eligible for monoclonal antibody treatment even if his symptoms worsen.

“It snowballed from there. That night he had a fever spike of 105.1. His oxygen was down so we just kept an eye on it,” La Spada said.

Her husband ended up in the emergency room and he was sent home with an inhaler and cough medicine. Now he cannot eat or drink.

“He said he felt like he was chewing glass and swallowing it.”

She is doing everything she can to keep her husband comfortable while he battles the virus.

“This week I took him to a doctor’s office in Columbia, Agape Healthcare, and we took vitamin IV pretty much because he’s dehydrated and I can’t get him anything,” La Spada explained. .

La Spada tried to find a doctor to refer him to a COVID infusion clinic. Since moving to Tennessee a few months ago, the La Spada family haven’t had much luck. Some doctors are too overwhelmed to take on new patients immediately.

“And I can’t even get in until February, at the end of February,” La Spada said she was nervous for other families whose loved ones are struggling to get the treatment they need. “It’s scary. Especially spending the last week with my husband, it’s incredibly scary.”

For months, doctors have been able to use 3 types of antibody therapy to keep patients from getting seriously ill. Brittany Standridge’s grandmother being one of them.

“It definitely saved his life,” Standridge said the monoclonal antibody treatment his grandmother received helped him quickly relieve his symptoms of COVID. “It was about 3 days after she tested positive that we were able to get her in for the antibodies, then after two days she started to feel 10 times better. She still feels a little weak now. , but overall she’s back to her normal self. “

Doctors must now save infusions of COVID antibodies for those who need them most because only one antibody treatment works against the Omicron variant. Since COVID testing sites cannot test which strain you have, doctors in Nashville say they are told to assume everyone has the Omicron variant.

“There is no clinical test that differentiates omicron from other different variants and it is frustrating for patients and for us as providers, especially because some of these other antibody preparations are said to work against the delta variant, ”said Dr. Karen Bloch, medical director. from the Vanderbilt COVID Infusion Clinic.

Dr Bloch says Vanderbilt’s COVID infusion clinic is treating everyone as if they have Omicron right now.

“This is what our lab and our county health department told us, let’s just assume everyone has omicron as it is over 90% of the strains circulating in our community at this time. stage, “said Dr Bloch.

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Movie Review – 83 – India’s Best Cricket Hour Gets the Cinematic Treatment https://lutravision.com/movie-review-83-indias-best-cricket-hour-gets-the-cinematic-treatment/ Tue, 28 Dec 2021 07:32:00 +0000 https://lutravision.com/movie-review-83-indias-best-cricket-hour-gets-the-cinematic-treatment/ It has been almost 40 years since India first won the World Cup. It must sound like ancient history to the fans who have grown up this century, who have been spoiled by three world titles and the rise of a team that not only wins but dominates abroad. For those viewers, watch the movie […]]]>
It has been almost 40 years since India first won the World Cup. It must sound like ancient history to the fans who have grown up this century, who have been spoiled by three world titles and the rise of a team that not only wins but dominates abroad. For those viewers, watch the movie 83 it’s probably like looking into a weird parallel universe, where no one is giving their camp in hell a chance.

I was born shortly after India won the World Cup, so in a way it’s also a chapter of history for me, like studying the Mauryas or the Mughals. Whenever a World Cup comes up, I go back to India’s first title, looking for scorecards and player reports from the event, often as part of my job at ESPNcricinfo. If you ask me what I thought about it, I would probably say something like: India’s victory changed the course of the game itself. Perhaps not entirely incorrect, but certainly a reductive opinion.

Yet, watching the movie, which tells India’s eight matches at the World Cup, it struck me: this trip was so incredible, it could easily have been imagined by a screenwriter passionate about great drama. Even if you ignore all the times India’s underdog status is waved in your face like a giant flag and underlined with inspiring music, it’s hard not to wonder: how did they do it?
India, whose only World Cup victory so far had come against a tinkered East African team in 1975, was grouped together with Australia, world champions from the West Indies and Zimbabwe, in the tournament, which was to face each team twice before the semi-finals. They opened with an unexpected victory against the West Indies and beat Zimbabwe, but were beaten by Australia and (literally) bloodied by the West Indies. Under pressure to win their fifth game, again against Zimbabwe (a “do and die” like Kapil Dev, played by Ranveer Singh, said in the film), they slipped to 17 for 5 before … if Ron Howard heard this pitch, there I would already dream of another Oscar.

When filmmakers adapt books, like the Wheel of time series, or the Lord of the Rings, or those of Harry Potter, they take and transform what has until then only resided in the imagination of the fans. Recreating a real event, especially an event as popular as a sports tournament, has to be trickier. The narrative will always be a visually paler version of the original, and there is no gain as the result is already known – often by more people than those who have read a book, in the case of a novel with -adaptations to the screen.

While a movie like Lagaan, who has similar themes against them, could get away with an amateur-looking cricket as its Indian protagonists are supposed to be novices and their English opponents are not pros either, the suspension of disbelief is more difficult to 83. It’s a little shocking to see a pitcher complete his action, the ball land on the field, then pass the batter in three separate strokes. Longer-range shots are more watchable than close-ups, but at no point can you believe you’re watching a cricket match as opposed to a movie.

The filmmakers probably understood that presenting an elite level of the game would be beyond them. It feels like they instead chose to use cricket as a tool to tell a classic underdog story, focusing more on the characters’ little moments than the big action.

If you’ve watched YouTube videos from various 1983 team meetings over the years, you’ll be familiar with many of those little moments we see in the movie: Kapil’s team meetings in his idiosyncratic English (” Cheeka, you hit; Sunny, you beat; Yashpal, you are a lion; Kiri, you must keep “). Kris Srikkanth explained how many of them saw the World Cup as just a stopover on their way to their New York vacation. Sandeep Patil’s role as the team’s entertainment director – “the night captain”. (In a nice touch, Patil’s son, Chirag, plays his father in the film, and Mali Marshall is cast for his father, Malcolm.)

Players disagree with the authenticity of each other’s memories in these videos, but over time many of the stories solidified into narratives – like Srikkanth saying all players thought Kapil was crazy to suggest that India could win the World Cup, and how that has shown you the depth of its self-confidence. And now, with the film, those memories will likely reach the level of myth, where many fans will find it hard to believe it could have happened otherwise.

Among the most legendary milestones before the victory, Kapil’s 175 did not come out at Tunbridge Wells, made all the more captivating here as it lies largely in the imagination of fans – the BBC has not broadcast the match *. The dashboard itself tells a pretty amazing story. India went from 9 to 4, when Kapil came in, to 17 for 5 and 78 for 7, before moving to 266 to 8. The script chooses to ignore the fact that Zimbabwe, playing their first FIFA Cup. world, would have been considered underdogs in this contest, focusing instead on the emotions of those who experience Kapil’s rounds.

Could the re-enactment replace parts of what you brought up from the 175s in your mind? Did Potter fans feel the same when they first saw Daniel Radcliffe in the role? And would that be aggravating?

I thought it would, but even though I feared being emotionally manipulated by the histrionics, I had a fleeting sensation of what Kapil’s sleeves would have meant to those who watched him that day at the soil, and I liked it. If even a sophomore imitation could move me all these years later, how special the original had to be.

It was the looks inside the locker room, the camaraderie between the players, that delighted both the cricketer fan and the movie buff in me. The charming detail of PR team director Man Singh, blocked by the great Ravi Shastri, leaning to his left to be visible in the team photo, and the camera cutting off the actual photo. Yashpal Sharma and Kirti Azad panic when Lala Amarnath calls the phone looking for her son, Jimmy. Kapil gets angry at his wife (played by Deepika Padukone) for asking for additional tickets to the final for their acquaintances, but kindly nods to Sunil Gavaskar’s request for the same.

I began to imagine listening to such anecdotes from today’s cricketers – jokes between Rohit Sharma and Rishabh Pant; Mohammed Siraj clowning in the locker room and Jasprit Bumrah secretly feeling jealous of all the attention he receives; Cheteshwar Pujara claiming he dreams of cricket when he really does dream of having lunch. Which obviously made me wonder: what modern Indian series would translate well into a movie? Desert storm in Sharjah? The Australia 2000-01 series? The 2007 T20 World Cup? It may be a recency bias, but none of these seem to offer emotional highs and lows like the 2020-21 Australia tour does – hostile surroundings, countless woes, bruised protagonists but not beaten and a culminating will – they – not – they end. This will be my elevator pitch, if anyone is interested. Job title: Gabba Mere Rabba.

How closely does a sports film have to be linked to the actual event to appeal to you? What sort of cinematic license are you willing to give to the filmmakers? Like life, sport can often be haphazard and messy as it unfolds and then arranged by us into clever little stories that make sense. 83 is like that, a cute little story of no-hopers triumphing through thick and thin – fiction and reality even blend in the minds of those who lived it. It doesn’t take away from what Kapil and Co achieved, but it is more difficult to tell the story in any other way.

*December 28, 2021, 7:32 GMT: An earlier version of the article indicated that no TV footage from the match existed due to a strike at the BBC. This has been fixed

Nishi Narayanan is Associate Editor at ESPNcricinfo


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Courageous leukemia survivor, 9, receives visit from Santa after life-saving treatment https://lutravision.com/courageous-leukemia-survivor-9-receives-visit-from-santa-after-life-saving-treatment/ Sat, 25 Dec 2021 19:19:46 +0000 https://lutravision.com/courageous-leukemia-survivor-9-receives-visit-from-santa-after-life-saving-treatment/ If anyone deserved to receive a little festive cheer from Santa, it was the brave Nathaniel Nabena. To say the nine-year-old had a roller coaster ride in 2021 would be the understatement of the year. The little boy survived leukemia thanks in no small part to the incredible generosity of the readers of The Sunday […]]]>

If anyone deserved to receive a little festive cheer from Santa, it was the brave Nathaniel Nabena.

To say the nine-year-old had a roller coaster ride in 2021 would be the understatement of the year.

The little boy survived leukemia thanks in no small part to the incredible generosity of the readers of The Sunday People.

A family friend arranged for Santa and his elf to visit Nathaniel and his sisters Nadia, 11, and Nicole, two, on Christmas Eve.

Papa Ebi beamed: “Nathaniel appreciated, it was a surprise. It was something to cheer him up. They sang songs and danced and asked the children to complete a puzzle and gave them gifts.







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“Nathaniel got a VR headset that was on his wish list. It will keep him busy while he isolates himself at home. He was very surprised.

“Last year Christmas was about his illness. He was bleeding from his nose and mouth. To see him smile this time is very special.

Nathaniel is building his strength after life-saving leukemia treatment and protection three months after being declared cancer-free.

But despite his weakened state, Nathaniel was keen to send a message to our readers who helped raise £ 216,000 in 10 days to fund a stem cell transplant at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.

He said: “I feel a lot better, although sometimes I am tired. I mean Merry Christmas – and thank you everyone.







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Sometimes the Nabenas feared that they would not be able to raise funds in time to fund Nathaniel’s life-saving treatment.

They celebrated Christmas by eating jollof rice, playing Scrabble and exchanging gifts in Croydon, south London.

Ebi said: “We are so grateful that Nathaniel is with us. It has been a difficult year but we are thankful to God and we are always here to fight.

“I am truly grateful to the Sunday People, the hospital staff and of course the British public for helping our case. God bless everyone who has helped us – it has really helped me through this last year.

“Miracles only work with the help of people. Everyone is part of this miracle.

“For 2022, we hope for a full recovery for Nathaniel so he can start his life. Illness robbed him of his childhood, so let’s keep our fingers crossed.







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Their celebrations are very different from last year, when the family were 3,000 miles apart and fearful for Nathaniel’s health.

Ebi and Nathaniel had traveled to the UK in November 2020 so the boy could have a prosthetic eye, after losing his left eye to another cancer, myeloid sarcoma, in the family’s native Nigeria.

But shortly after their arrival, Nathaniel was rushed to Croydon University Hospital with a fever and diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia, which affects around 100 children a year in the UK.

As Christmas 2020 approached, doctors gave him tests and he began conditioning treatment, although he was allowed to visit relatives on Christmas Eve.

Meanwhile, frantic mum Modupe, 38, and her daughters Nadia and Nicole were stranded over 3,000 miles in Bayelsa, Nigeria.







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Ebi, 46, recalls: “We were so worried he was so sick and we had so much in front of us. In Nigeria, children would have new clothes,
especially for Christmas, and we had family and friends and all went out together to eat and have a drink and we had a great time.

“Last year, even though we were staying with relatives, Nathaniel and I had to stay in a room away from everyone because his immunity was compromised and we couldn’t risk him getting any more ill.”

The family later learned that Nathaniel’s only chance for survival was a life-saving stem cell transplant that would cost up to £ 825,000, as he was not a UK or EU citizen.

After revealing their dire straits in February, readers helped raise £ 87,000 for chemo, which improved his condition to the point where he became eligible for the transplant.

Modupe and the girls joined Nathaniel in the UK, and the GOSH consultants kindly waived their private fees to help him, bringing the cost of the transplant down to £ 201,103.

But in May, the family still faced an urgent race to raise the almighty sum in 10 days, the window of opportunity in which the transplant would have the greatest chance of success.

Following a people blitz, celebrities including Simon Cowell and David Walliams helped smash the goal of raising £ 216,000 – and Nathaniel started treatment within days.

“It’s pretty amazing to think of everything that happened – I don’t think it has sunk even now”, Ebi
tell us.

In September, we shared footage of the heartwarming moment Nathaniel rang on GOSH to celebrate his going into remission.

But it hasn’t been easy since then.

A month later, he contracted a life-threatening infection and was hospitalized for two weeks with a fever and nausea.

The doctors acted quickly because Nathaniel’s immune system remains compromised and the infections can be dangerous.

He was treated for four nights in Croydon and referred to GOSH for antibiotic treatment for 10 days.

Since then Nathaniel has largely stayed indoors, said Ebi, business analyst: “He rested, played his game and took each day as it comes. We are currently very cautious due to the situation with Omicron. “

He is still in the care of GOSH and Croydon hospitals as he is at risk of further setbacks, the father said.

The boy will be eligible for NHS care as the Home Office has granted the family leave to stay in the UK for 30 months, with the
possibility of extending it later.

Deji Sijuwade, senior partner at Alfred James and Co’s attorneys, said: “The request is now accepted, and Nathaniel and his family are now allowed to stay in the UK.”

Nathaniel – who is in fifth grade – took online classes during his recovery. Her greatest hope for next year is to “make new friends”.

Ebi added, “He can’t wait to get back to class with the other kids.

“He’s missed him so much after everything he’s been through, and he just wants to be a normal boy again.”

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