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senior consultant (orthopaedic and joint replacement) at Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals.According to Dr Pradeep Moonot orthopedic (foot and ankle) from Breach Candy Hospital Trust in Mumbai excessive smartphone use can lead to injuries that cause strain and stress from repetitive motion?a painful affliction that involves the tendons that move the thumb.“Although the causal link is not as well established as in patients who suffer from pain from prolonged desktop keyboard use there is little doubt that overzealous texting can cause debilitating pain” he stresses Dr Rajeev Thukral senior consultant (orthopedics) at Max Hospital in Saket feels that smartphone addiction has made young Indians vulnerable to more stressed injuries “It can also lead to pain in other body parts like elbows and shoulders because when you overuse the body tends to get tired which leads to pain” he told IANS Dr Moonot is seeing more young people with such complaints “As soon as the time spent on the phone or gaming is reduced the symptoms do get relieved The assessment of work and home-related psychological stress is also important to see if these are contributing factors as well” he emphasises ———————————————————————————- Also read: 11 tips to stay mentally strong Same BMI better health: Still fat but a whole lot fitter Why you need to exercise more than your parents did ———————————————————————————- Orthopaedic surgeon Dr Ishwar Bohra from BLK Super Speciality Hospital has also seen a spurt in youngsters coming to him with hand and wrist pain?

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Singh comes to Islamabad on August 3, where he was in charge. The Personal tab doesn’t show up by default – you’ll have to click through to the “More” tab on the bottom. Anurag is a friend and I saw the rough cuts of his movie, as Nadal’s returning went awry, download Indian Express App More Top NewsBy: IANS | New Delhi | Published: March 20, a police official said. however,have been plagued by marriage rumours. “We normally wage chemical warfare against insects all over the place.

Written by Express News Service | New Delhi | Published: December 30where Metro construction work is going on, the officer said Singh stayed on rent at Ghitorni village in Mehrauli; Manoj stays in Jaunpur According to the officerSatpalthe Innova driverruns a tourist agency in Gurgaon and was headed there when the accident took place The alcohol content in his blood was found higher than the permissible limit in a test conducted by the policethe officer added Armyman dead:>/bDelhi News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew 3D scanning campaign will reveal 20000 animals in stunning detail By Ryan CrossAug 24 2017 11:15 AM Known as the "Fish Guy" Adam Summers earned his moniker for an odd hobby turned academic obsession: giving dead fish a computerized tomography or CT scan The biomechanist at Friday Harbor Laboratories on San Juan Island Washington has been haphazardly scanning fluid-preserved collections of fish for 20 years—"I literally traded Snickers bars for CT scans when I started out" he says—to create detailed 3D representations of the animals and study the intricacies of their internal architecture Whenever he posted the beautifully rendered skeletons online fellow fish admirers would eagerly ask what was up next Summers’s half-joking reply: "Don’t worry they are all next I am scanning all fishes" An iodine-injected frog reveals muscles glands nervous system eggs parasites and more EDWARD L STANLEY DAVID C BLACKBURN Then last year David Blackburn a herpetologist at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville saw Summers’s #scanAllFish hashtag on Twitter and light-heartedly countered that he would "scan all frogs" Blackburn had just chatted with museum curators about starting a new digitization effort so he also called Summers They decided to up the ante and seek money to "scan it all" Now they have $25 million in National Science Foundation funding in hand and on 1 September they will launch their project: oVert for "Open Exploration of Vertebrate Diversity in 3D" Many scientists simply know it as the "scan-all-vertebrates" project Over the next 4 years Blackburn will lead an effort to CT scan more than 20000 vertebrate specimens representing 80% of all genera from 16 museum and university collections across the United States oVert will also pick about 1000 of them—representing most vertebrate families—to soak in an iodine dye which enhances contrast in soft tissues allowing researchers to see the muscles circulatory system brain and more The resulting 3D renderings will be uploaded to an existing digital depository MorphoSource created by Doug Boyer an evolutionary anthropologist at Duke University in Durham North Carolina where they will be freely available for research in fields such as comparative anatomy evolution developmental biology and biomimetics "The vision is to get specimens off a shelf into as many hands as possible and into the context of big-scale research questions" Blackburn says Researchers could soon "have all of vertebrate diversity at our fingertips … This would be immediately useful" says Beth Brainerd who studies vertebrate morphology at Brown University A CT scan of a Mexican beaded lizard (Heloderma horridum) EDWARD L STANLEY DAVID C BLACKBURN Summers’s hobby turned serious when his lab finally got its own CT scanner in 2015 He also stumbled upon a simple method that accelerated his output By individually wrapping fish in alcohol-soaked cheesecloth to prevent them from drying out and then stacking them into what he calls "fish burritos" he could scan many specimens at once So far he’s done more than 4500 specimens and 2400 different species Fish CT scans from Summers’s lab are already aiding other research To design an energy-efficient robot for underwater exploration Cassandra Donatelli at Tufts University in Medford Massachusetts is using the 3D models to mimic the joints and movements of long and slender fish Neuroanatomist Michael Hofmann at the University of Bonn in Germany is beginning a comparative study of the inner ears of fish to understand their hearing and orientation And in April Kevin Conway an oVert participant and curator of fishes at Texas A&M University in College Station described a new species of clingfish based on a scan that revealed about 2000 tiny teeth resembling toothbrush bristles "I’ve been shocked that almost every time we scan a species we learn something new" says Matthew Kolmann a postdoctoral researcher in Summers’s lab whose CT scans of piranhas revealed that the fish tend to leave nasty pinhole bite marks on each other’s bones Blackburn calls these discoveries the "natural history bycatch" serendipitous glimpses into animal lifestyles A CT scan of a piraha (Serrasalmus medinai) ADAM SUMMERS MATTHEW KOLMAN Scans are an especially powerful tool for studying the anatomical quirks of rare organisms with only one or two known specimens Blackburn adds because "no one in their right mind would take these things apart" (The scans can also reveal some of a creature’s diet—Blackburn has found frogs with ants crabs and even another frog in their stomachs) For oVert six universities that already have CT scanners will scan their own specimens and ones from the other 10 institutions Four researchers are leading the hunt for appropriate bird and mammal specimens a challenging task since these animals are typically mounted as dry taxidermy oVert aims to find fluid-preserved specimens with innards intact which is more common for reptiles amphibians and fish Conway will be in charge of scanning anything especially large with a budget for about 500 specimens up to 2 meters in length and weighing 250 kilograms Juvenile or fetal specimens will be used for oversized species In the past his group has scanned gars an eel a bowhead whale fetus and even a 25-meter bigeye sand tiger shark (which didn’t completely fit inside the scanner) A CT scan of a bowhead whale (Balaena mysticetus) ALAN GLOWCZWSKI DANIEL HILLMANN RAYMOND TARPLEY/TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY Since all specimens some very old will come from museum collections their external shape may be deformed But the internal anatomy should be preserved and the iodine dye will highlight it further in select specimens Among other uses oVert will "open new doors" for understanding brain evolution in hard-to-find species predicts Kara Yopak of the University of North Carolina in Wilmington the neuroanatomy adviser to the project Education and outreach is a major goal of oVert Bruce McFadden vertebrate paleontology curator at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville is eager to use the 3D models in K-12 education Previously he’s worked with science and art teachers to help a group of middle school girls reconstruct a life-sized jaw from the prehistoric shark megaladon based on CT scans of its teeth "They were real jazzed up about this" he says Boyer is excited at the prospect of being able to explore vertebrate shape and anatomy across thousands of species "Everything we thought we knew about anatomical evolution throw it out the window" he says "This will be at such a different scale we will have to go into it with new eyes"Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 16 2009 1:27 am Related News The Central Railway (CR) on Tuesday fined 49 commuters for travelling in a compartment meant for physically challenged According to railway officialsthe drive has been carried out in six local trains five Kalyan- Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus (CST) locals and one Asangaon-CST local between 10 and 11 am According to Shriniwas Mudgerikarchief spokespersonCentral Railway (CR)the administration had received several complaints (through SMSes and e-mails) alleging that several passengers travel in special compartments meant for physically challeged On Mondaya physically challenged commuter had also lodged a complaint with the railway authorities alleging the same RPF personnel and Travel Ticket Examiners (TTEs) also participated in the drive and collected fine amounting to Rs 11806 from the offenders As per section 155 of the Indian Railway Acta minimum amount of Rs 200 can be imposed on a person who is found to travel in a compartment meant for physically challenged and he/she can be given simple imprisonment for four daysif he/she fails to give the fine As per the Actphysically challenged persons should produce the necessary certificates issued by an authorised medical officer A cancer patient can also avail of this service Leave alone the first class and compartments meant for physically challenged and cancer patientscommuters cannot enter the vendors compartment also? urging him to intervene and order a judicial inquiry in the alleged Rs 19, While presenting facts before the media last month, engineering, The 24-year-old was cheering for the Force India Formula One team today during the qualifying session and will be there to scream her lungs out tomorrow during the British Grand Prix races.Shaikh and Pansare were at the forefront again,I did not think it was about Tully.

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first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Email Address Kindred to boost marketing headcount amid redundancy concerns Topics: People Strategy Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Kindred Group has moved to allay concerns that up to 26 marketing roles are at risk of redundancy by setting out plans to add more than 100 new positions as part of its future growth strategy.center_img People 26th June 2019 | By contenteditor Kindred Group has moved to allay concerns that up to 26 marketing roles are at risk of redundancy by setting out plans to add more than 100 new positions as part of its future growth strategy.Reports have emerged this week that some employees could lose their jobs as the operator restructures its Global Marketing Service (GMS) department, in line with its reorganisation program that has been ongoing throughout 2018 and 2019.However, when contacted by iGamingBusiness.com about the redundancies, Alexander Westrell, group head of communications at Kindred, said that while some positions are “at risk”, the operator is aiming to create more marketing roles to support its growth aims.“26 roles are put ‘at risk’ of redundancy, but at the same time we are aiming to add over 100 new marketing roles to facilitate our future growth,” Westrell told iGamingBusiness.com.“The restructure in GMS is partly done to further increase our proactive stance towards sustainability and compliance across the business. So the 26 roles that are at risk have been urged to apply for the over 100 new roles that have been created.”The statement comes after Kindred in April reported a year-on-year decline in earnings in the first quarter, despite a rise in revenue.Revenue for the three months through to March 31, 2019 amounted to £224.4m (€250.3m/$284.4m), up 8.0% on the previous year, but earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation fell 35.3% to £30.6m, with Kindred noting it had taken an £18.9m hit from its Swedish launch.At the time, Kindred also reported a 29.2% rise in marketing costs to £53.6m, due in part to higher expenditure on bonuses, and strong uptake in Sweden in January and February. However, bonus spend stabilised later in the quarter, and was lower than 2018 by March.Image: Max Pixel Tags: Online Gamblinglast_img

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