Health – unmeant https://unmeant.com unmeant.com Tue, 27 Aug 2019 00:06:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.13 Why is a multiple orgasm easier for some people than others, Business Insider https://unmeant.com/malaysia/why-is-a-multiple-orgasm-easier-for-some-people-than-others-business-insider Tue, 27 Nov 2018 01:47:44 +0000 https://unmeant.com/malaysia/why-is-a-multiple-orgasm-easier-for-some-people-than-others-business-insider/

Multiple orgasms can be easier for some of the others.

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  • Some people are just genetically predisposed to be able to have sex again faster than others.
  • Much is reduced to the refractory period, which can be longer than one year.
  • Multiple orgasms are easily achieved for some, but for others, it may require practice or other methods.

Some may be able to have sex and orgasm more often than others, and the reasons range from psychological to biological. It can also be reduced to personal preference.

Here's why some people can have sex and orgasms several times a day, and others can not.

Over time, the fire-resistant period after ejaculation becomes longer for those with a penis

The time period between ejaculation of the penis ejaculates and when they can again be physically excited is called the period of the refractory and it is prolonged when they are aging.

According to the International Sexual Medicine Society, the refractory period may be only a few minutes for younger men, but older men may take 12 to 24 hours or even several days before re-establishing ejaculation. Experts did not disclose the cause of variance of refractory periods in men of the same age, but excluded potency and testosterone as culprits.

In addition, it may be related to prolactin. According to a Scienceline report from the NYU covering Live Science, male ejaculation releases norepinephrine, serotonin, oxytocin, vasopressin, nitric oxide, and hormone prolactin. Prolactin is related to sexual pleasure and the more it is betrayed, the longer the refractory period. Prolactin levels are higher during sleep, so it is said to be a hormone that determines the time of recovery for men.

It is impossible for individuals unable to reach multiple orgasms

Some can achieve more orgasms through practice.

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A 2016 study published in the journal Sexual Medicine revealed that, although the question of whether men can have multiple orgasms, there is very little research on the subject.

According to their report, there are two types of male multiple orgasms: "sporadic" multi-organisms, with inter-orgasmic intervals of several minutes and "condensed" multiorgasms, with exposures of two to four orgasms within a few seconds to two minutes.

Many men who report having multiple orgasms report this after exercising to have an orgasm without ejaculation. This can be achieved through the "bending" process, the continuous stopping of sexual stimulation on the edge of the orgasm to create a delayed, stronger orgasm.

Other men in a study who said that he had multiple orgasms attributed them to the effects of psychostimulants, group sex or sex with a new partner or the addition of sexual toys.

Some people just have a stronger libido

Every libido is different.

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Although some people may be physically able to have sex more often during the night, they may prefer to do it once. Libidos can change with age, health, relationships, and more.

All in all, everyone's libido and personal preferences are different.

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Caring for cancer: England still lags behind the best https://unmeant.com/singapore/caring-for-cancer-england-still-lags-behind-the-best Tue, 27 Nov 2018 01:39:47 +0000 https://unmeant.com/singapore/caring-for-cancer-england-still-lags-behind-the-best/

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England failed to close the gap in the most successful countries when it comes to cancer protection, despite 20 years of attempts, shows an analysis.

An overview of the Health Care Foundation on government records between 1995 and 2015 said that, despite four strategies setting ambitious targets, the NHS remained lags behind the best.

If the services are improved, 10,000 lives can be saved each year.

Early diagnosis was crucial, she said.

Professor Sir Mike Richards, a former state-run cancer researcher, warned patients that it was difficult to find access to tests and scanning.

"Although progress has been made, the goals of all these strategies have not been achieved."

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He said that the number of missed life-saving opportunities is equivalent to "jumbo-jumping people falling from the sky every two weeks".

It comes only a month after the prime minister promised early diagnosis of cancer would be a key priority for NHS consumption in the coming years.

Cancer Waiting Time & # 39; At The Worst Level Ever

How far is it behind the NHS?

The survival rate is improving. As early as 2000, 62% of patients survived for at least a year. By 2015, this percentage has risen to 72%.

In the meantime, five-year survival has risen from 42% to 53%.

But other nations have improved. The Health Foundation highlighted the UK's performance against five other countries – Canada, Australia, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.

This has been done for six key carcinoma – the colon, rectum, breast, lung, ovary and prostate.

For each of them, Great Britain has remained in second place since 2000 for five years of survival. Only breast cancer actually closed the gap with the best.

Highlights of the research centers showed 10,000 deaths each year with better diagnosis. This represents one in 13 deaths from the disease.

What is the problem?

Sir Mike talks about the "solid gate" in the NHS.

He said that doctors were under pressure not to refer too many patients, while the NHS did not have enough equipment or staff to perform all tests and scan it perfectly.

Solving this problem will require large investments, the report says.

GPs send nearly two million patients a year for emergency tests and scanning – almost four times the number they did a decade ago.

But the rise of references coincided with long waiting times, while the NHS is now struggling to meet its goals.

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Despite additional numbers, one in five cases is still diagnosed by emergency presentations in places such as shock and emergency cases.

Patients diagnosed through this route are less likely to survive because cancer is diagnosed later.

Sir Mike said that the services were also endangered by the Health and Protection Law 2012, which led to the regional special cancer groups being abolished as part of the wider response of the health service.

He said this led to a lot of experienced professionals to leave the NHS.

What does the government do?

Sir Mike hailed the government's pledge of additional funding – £ 20 billion annually by 2023 – and that cancer would be the main focus for it.

Last month, the prime minister promised a new strategy to ensure that three quarters of cancer was diagnosed early – currently only half.

NHS England is already piloting fast-track diagnostic clinics. These are basically testing centers in one place where patients can gain access to different specialists and procedures often on the same day.

Sir Mike said that these steps would help.

He also urged more to do in order to raise public awareness of the signs and symptoms in order to take care – research shows that people in the United Kingdom sometimes reluctant to surrender when showing signs of cancer.

He said the NHS should consider new approaches, pointing to research that shows that people at high risk of lung cancer can benefit from a new form of screening for illness using a low-dose CT scanner.

The Department of Health and Social Welfare has said that improving early diagnosis is a "key priority", stressing that a new 28-day target for the diagnosis will be set next year.

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China orders research "the world's first baby in the world" | World news https://unmeant.com/ethiopia/china-orders-research-the-worlds-first-baby-in-the-world-world-news Tue, 27 Nov 2018 01:22:33 +0000 https://unmeant.com/ethiopia/china-orders-research-the-worlds-first-baby-in-the-world-world-news/

Beijing ordered an investigation into a Chinese scientist's claim that he had created the first genetically-regulated baby in the world, which would be the first in the first place, but who caused criticism.

A video posted on YouTube by university professor He Jiankui said that two girls, born a few weeks ago, changed their DNA to prevent them from working on HIV, which fueled a heated discussion among the scientific community.

While experts have cast doubt on the penetration claim, and others have agreed it as a modern form of eugenics, the Chinese National Health Commission has ordered a "direct investigation" in the case, an official Xinhua news agency reported early on Tuesday, citing a statement on the NHC- a.

A professor who has been trained at Stanford University in the United States and works in a laboratory in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, said the twins were modified by using CRISPR, a technique that allows scientists to remove and replace the chain precisely.

Development appeared on Sunday in an article published in the MIT Technology Review magazine, which reported medical documents published online at the He's Expert Team for Recruitment of Experiment Couples.

He said that babies, known as "Lulu" and "Nana", although not their real names, were born with regular IVF, but using eggs that were specifically modified before being inserted into the uterus.

"Immediately after sending her husband's sperm into her egg, the embryologist also sent to the CRISPR / Cas9 protein and instructions for carrying out a gene operation to protect girls from future HIV infections," he said.

Gene management is a potential fix for hereditary diseases, but it is extremely controversial, as changes would be passed on to future generations and eventually could affect the entire gene pool.

MIT Technology Review warns that "technology is ethically charged".

These pretensions come before a conference of world experts in Hong Kong this week, with the expectation that they will speak on Wednesday and Thursday.

However, there is still no independent verification of his claims, which were not published in a magazine that reviewed the magazine – an outrage that scientists criticized.

The research was critically criticized by Chinese scientists and institutions. The university he worked in, he said he was on unpaid leave since February, and his research is "a serious violation of academic ethics and norms".

"This research work was carried out by Professor He Jiankui outside the school," the South University of Science and Technology said in a statement on Monday.

Rice University in the United States has said that he will investigate the participation of physics professor Michael Deem. This kind of gene editing is banned in the United States, although Deem says he worked with He on a project in China.

"Regardless of where this happened, this work described in media reports violates the guidelines of scientific behavior and is inconsistent with the ethical standards of the scientific community and the University of Rice," the school said in a statement.

A joint statement by a group of 100 scientists from China criticized the findings and called for better state legislation.

"It is a big blow to the global reputation and development of biomedical research in China," said a statement posted on the social media platform Weibo.

"It's extremely unfair to the vast majority of Chinese scientists who are diligent in scientific research and innovation."

Other scientists around the world were also critical, and some said that YouTube video is an inadequate way of publishing scientific discoveries, while others warn that the exposure of healthy embryos and children to edit genes is irresponsible.

Professor Joyce Harper, a professor of genetics and human embryology at the London Laboratory of UCL, said: "Today's report on the human embryo edema for resistance to HIV is premature, dangerous and irresponsible."

An independent expert even questioned whether the claim could be a scam. Deem, a scientist of Rice who says he took part in the work, considered it ridiculous.

"Of course, the deal happened," Deem said. "I met my parents. I was there for the informed consent of my parents."

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The elimination of ovarian stroke in the ultralontological field is more difficult https://unmeant.com/israel/the-elimination-of-ovarian-stroke-in-the-ultralontological-field-is-more-difficult Mon, 26 Nov 2018 23:28:07 +0000 https://unmeant.com/israel/the-elimination-of-ovarian-stroke-in-the-ultralontological-field-is-more-difficult/

Jerusalem, Safed, and Bnei Brak, all cities with significantly large ultraviolet populations, lead with the most cases of goddesses.

Nine months after the outbreak of the epidemic of the goddesses in Israel, the Ministry of Health has published data on the epidemic by location. The data show that of the 2,040 cases reported to date, the largest number recorded in Jerusalem – 874 patients, Beit Shemesh, 266 and Safed 149 patients. 97 cases were reported in Bnei Brak, 95 people were infected in Beitar Ilit.

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The data also show that Tel Aviv, the second-largest city of Israel, recorded 52 cases of smallpox, while small communities such as Or HaGanuz, a religious community of only 600 inhabitants in the north, had 22 patients, and Kiryat Ye? Arim ultra – a city in the city of Jerusalem with less than 5,000 inhabitants, 19 people suffering from smallpox.

Data from the Ministry of Health show that among the many cases, the goddesses of the goddess are with large religious and ultra-Orthodox populations at the top of the list.

The total immunization rate in Israel is more than 97%, which explains the fact that in large locations only one or two persons have contracted the disease. For example, in Haifa, the third largest city, two patients were registered, and in Rishon LeZion, the fourth largest city with a quarter of a million inhabitants, there were only four cases of smallpox.

In an effort to stop the spread of the epidemic in Jerusalem, city clinics have expanded their working hours in the last few weeks to allow parents to vaccinate their children. In addition, according to the order of the Deputy Minister of Health Yaakov Litzman, special emergency help for the vaccination of the population was sent to the ultra-Orthodox neighborhood.

Even the rabbis, led by the head of the chief sefard, joined the invitation of Litzman and the Ministry of Health and published Halchic's decisions that required the public to vaccinate. Additionally, additional placement of the nurse was added to the district of Jerusalem, and the non-vaccinated visitors to the sensitive hospital departments were banned.

Deputy Minister of Health Yaakov Litzman (Photo: Effi Sharir)

Deputy Minister of Health Yaakov Litzman (Photo: Effi Sharir)

On Sunday morning, the Knesset State Control Board held a discussion on the readiness of the Ministry of Health to stop the epidemic of the goddesses. "Increase the immunization of smallpox in all relevant communities," said Deputy Minister Litzman. "I am pleased with the dramatic increase in public awareness about the importance of immunization, thanks to the intense work of our medical teams. There is still scope for further improvements and I invite the whole population to vaccinate to prevent the outbreak."

Midaat, which works to raise awareness of health problems, explains that vaccinations also protect individuals in non-immunized populations, a phenomenon called "immunity of miracles". Therefore, children who have not yet been vaccinated, people with a poor immune system, elderly people whose immune systems are weakened, and even people who deliberately decide not to vaccinate, are protected from the disease by the "protective barrier" around them.

The greater the number of people who are not immunized, from laziness or ideological resistance, more cracks in the protective barrier. This increases the number of infected people.

Data from the Ministry of Health indicate that the age group with the highest incidence of smallpox is children aged one to four years – 614 patients. 399 patients were reported between the age group 5-9, and among the age group 10-19, 265 patients were affected by the disease. 358 infants younger than one year are infected by the goddesses.

Last weekend, the youngest patient who worked with the little goddesses in Israel, the baby-child of a week-old grandfather was hospitalized in the Mayanei Hayeshua hospital in Bnei Brak. The baby died of a disease from her mother, who was not vaccinated and became ill when she was only a week old. The mother was obviously infected by another family member. The baby's condition is stable.

"Mixed in such a good time are rare," says prof. Eli Somech, Director of the Pediatric Department at the Hospital and Specialist for Infectious Diseases. "In medical literature there are only a few morbidity reports at this time, since most babies are protected by antibodies that have passed from their mother before birth, nor are they exposed to the environment at all."


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Scientists in China claim that the world's first babies who have edited the genes https://unmeant.com/philippines/scientists-in-china-claim-that-the-worlds-first-babies-who-have-edited-the-genes Mon, 26 Nov 2018 22:06:09 +0000 https://unmeant.com/philippines/scientists-in-china-claim-that-the-worlds-first-babies-who-have-edited-the-genes/

Chinese university professor He Jiankui released a video on YouTube saying that his twins born several weeks ago had altered DNA to prevent them from making HIV

Published 10:45, November 26, 2018

Updated 22:45, 26 November 2018

HONG KONG, China – A scientist in China claims he has created the world's first genetically-regulated babies, a move that would be first in the first place, but which has provoked criticism.

Chinese university professor He Jiankui released a video on YouTube that said two girls, born a few weeks ago, changed their DNA to prevent them from working on HIV.

A professor, who was educated at Stanford University in the United States and working from a laboratory in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, said that their DNA was modified using CRISPR, a technique that allows scientists to remove and replace the link with precision precision.

Development appeared on Sunday, November 25, in an article published in the MIT Technology Review magazine, which reported medical documents published online at the He's Research Team for Engagement Couples for Experiments.

The video then went online, prompting a heated discussion among the scientific community, including experts who doubted the breakthrough, and others that abolished it as a modern form of eugenics.

He said that babies, known as "Lulu" and "Nana", although not their real names, were born with regular IVF, but using eggs that were specifically modified before being inserted into the uterus.

"Immediately after sending her husband's sperm into her egg, the embryologist also sent to the CRISPR / Cas9 protein and instructions for carrying out a gene operation to protect girls from future HIV infections," he said.

Gene management is a potential fix for hereditary diseases, but it is extremely controversial, as changes would be passed on to future generations and eventually could affect the entire gene pool.

MIT Technology Review warns that "technology is ethically charged".

These pretensions come before a conference of world experts in Hong Kong this week, with the expectation that they will speak on Wednesday and Thursday.

However, there is still no independent verification of his claims, which were not published in a magazine that reviewed the magazine – an outrage that scientists criticized.

"Extremely problematic"

The research was critically criticized by Chinese scientists and institutions. The university he worked in, he said he was on unpaid leave since February, and his research is "a serious violation of academic ethics and norms".

"This research work was carried out by Professor He Jiankui outside the school," the South University of Science and Technology said in a statement on Monday.

A joint statement by a group of 100 scientists from China criticized the findings and called for better state legislation.

"It is a big blow to the global reputation and development of biomedical research in China," said a statement posted on the social media platform Weibo.

"It's extremely unfair to the vast majority of Chinese scientists who are diligent in scientific research and innovation."

Other scientists around the world were also critical, and some said that YouTube video is an inadequate way of publishing scientific discoveries, while others warn that the exposure of healthy embryos and children to edit genes is irresponsible.

Professor Joyce Harper, a professor of genetics and human embryology at the London Laboratory of UCL, said: "Today's report on the human embryo edema for resistance to HIV is premature, dangerous and irresponsible."

The issue of editing human DNA is very controversial and is only allowed in the US in laboratory research – although US scientists last year said that they have successfully edited genetic code for piglets to remove inactive viral infections.

But this is not the first time that Chinese researchers experimented with human embryo technology, and last September, scientists at Sun Yat-sen University used a customized version of gene editing to correct the mutation of the cause of the disease in human embryos.

There is also a history of fraud in the Chinese academic community – including a scandal last year that led to the withdrawal of 100 "compromised" academic works.

Jiankui did not immediately respond to a request for a comment from AFP.

Neither of the questionnaires was answered by the conference organizers in Hong Kong, and it is not clear whether they are aware of his work.

The biographer and chairman of the international summit, David Baltimore, said in a pre-recorded video at the conference: "We've never done anything that would change the genes of the human race, and we've never done anything that will have the effects that you will pass through generations." – Rapplercom


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The new Mapped Geni can hold the keys to ADHD https://unmeant.com/unitedstates/the-new-mapped-geni-can-hold-the-keys-to-adhd Mon, 26 Nov 2018 21:55:18 +0000 https://unmeant.com/unitedstates/the-new-mapped-geni-can-hold-the-keys-to-adhd/

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MONDAY, November 26, 2018 (Millions of Americans with Disturbance / Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) may have genetic susceptibility to illness, a new study shows.

The researchers analyzed data from more than 55,000 people and identified 12 regions of the genes associated with ADHD. These regions are likely to affect the central nervous system, say the authors of the study. The discovery can help scientists develop new treatments for ADHD, affecting more than 9 percent of American children.

"We all have variants of genetic risk for ADHD," explains researcher Anders Borglum, a professor of biomedicine at the Aarhus University in Denmark. "The more we have, the greater the risk of developing ADHD."

These same genetic areas have a link with 200 other diseases and traits, he said. The researchers also found that 44 gene variants implicated in ADHD associated with depression, anorexia, and insomnia.

"Now we understand better why some people develop ADHD and start to gain insight into basic biology, which paves the way for a new and better treatment of ADHD," added Borglum.

The genetic areas discovered by their team show that this is above all a brain, Borglum said.

The researchers also found that genes that may be associated with ADHD play a role in the interaction between brain cells and affect speech development, learning and regulating dopamine (a chemical messenger that transmits signals between brain cells).

However, the vast majority of ADHD genetics has not yet been detected and will require higher studies, Borglum said.

The author of the study, Stephen Faraone, said the team "found 12 of many – we do not know how many – probably thousands of genes associated with ADHD." Faraone is a professor of psychiatry and behavioral science at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, N.Y.

Researchers do not expect to detect only one, two, or even 10 genes that have a dramatic effect on ADHD and can be used to diagnose disorders or rapidly develop therapy, he said. Most likely, the combination of genes and environmental factors is caused by ADHD, the authors of the study said.

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Environmental factors can involve the birth of premature and insufficient weight or suffer from developmental problems, such as fetal alcohol syndrome, said Faraone.

It is interesting, he added, although the drugs work in the treatment of ADHD, they do not target the genes found by researchers associated with these conditions. None of the genes that drugs do show appear in the analysis of ADHD-related genes, Faraone said.

The report was published on November 26 in the journal Natural genetics.

Ronald Brown, Dean of the Medical School at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, said: "This is a promising investigation, as it provides further evidence that ADHD is probably a hereditary disorder." Brown was not involved in the studio, but he was familiar with the findings.

It was clear to years that ADHD is working in families, he said. These findings are also important because they suggest that certain therapies that are effective for one family member are likely to be effective for other family members diagnosed with ADHD, he added.

This study is also important because it shows that several psychological disorders are probably related to these genes, although the study did not show cause-effect relationship. This information could help families with efforts in prevention and early intervention, Brown said.

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SOURCES: Stephen Faraone, Doctor, Professor, Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, N.Y .; Dr Anders Borglum, Professor, Biomedicine, University of Aarhus, Denmark; Ronald Brown, Doctor, Dean, School of Allied Health Sciences, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; November 26, 2018,Natural genetics, online



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CWD spreads to deer and farmer farms, as Wisconsin's efforts to control shaking | https://unmeant.com/ethiopia/cwd-spreads-to-deer-and-farmer-farms-as-wisconsins-efforts-to-control-shaking Mon, 26 Nov 2018 21:43:16 +0000 https://unmeant.com/ethiopia/cwd-spreads-to-deer-and-farmer-farms-as-wisconsins-efforts-to-control-shaking/

The rapidly increasing number of cases of chronic wasting diseases occur on deer farms and farmers and hunting ranchs in Wisconsin, and at the same time the state has withdrawn rules and procedures designed to limit the spread of fatal brain disease among captured and wild deer.

Since 2013, when the Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection has begun to release some facilities of captured deer with infected animals to continue, additional cases of CWD have been developed within these facilities, according to interviews and documents obtained in accordance with the Law on open records of the state.

After the reign of Scott Woker, he announced "aggressive new actions" against CWD, lawmakers rejected a rule of urgency to limit hunters to launch deer hulls from districts affected by fatal brain disorders.

In the meantime, fencing enhancement requirements are being considered for trapped red deer and other cervids, including the elephant – but these proposals face a major opposition from plant owners who say that such a request does not guarantee stopping the spread of CWD and can get them out of business.

National CWD expert Bryan Richards said that the current approach to Wisconsin that allows objects with CWD-infected animals to continue to work pose a serious threat to the state's wild deer population, which saw more than 4,400 infected deer from the first CWD case in 2002.

Wisconsin now has more CWD-positive farms than any other nation in the nation, said Richards, who works for Geological Survey in the US at the National Wildlife Protection Center in Madison.

There are still nine CWD-positive deer facilities that are still in business – seven of which saw additional CWD cases on their holdings, according to the DATCP records

"The existence of CWD in these facilities is a clear, persistent, and probably increasing risk for the integrity of wild deer on the other side of the fence," Richards said.

However, a DATCP official said that the goal of the approach is to keep CWD and keep it from the wild deer population. By 2013, CWD-positive objects in Wisconsin were killed and locations were disinfected.

The new approach "aims to alleviate the risk of disease … beyond the fence," said Amy Horn-Delzer, veterinary program manager.

Horn-Delzer added that it was the owners of the facilities to manage the spread of the disease within their properties.

"We do not want to risk other farms for breeding," she said. "We do not want to risk the wild deer population, so that's the risk we're looking at."

Federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say it is unclear whether this ever-deadly disease can be transmitted to humans, although research suggests that flesh of CWD-positive reindeer can infect mother monkeys. Signs of disease, which affect deer and elk, include weight loss, tackling, salivation and aggression.

There are 380 registered commercial deer and elk operations in Wisconsin that spread across almost every county in the country. Some of them have been in operation since the 1970s and are generally classified into two categories: farm farms and hunting ranchs.

Breeding farms raise reindeer to sell slaughter and wreckage that sell hunting experiences in fenced properties. They also sell deer to other farms who want to introduce new genetic lines into their herd. The industry has long been criticized by some hunters who believe that animals and hunting animals behind the fence give hunters an unfair advantage over their prey.

There were 300 CWD-positive tests on 24 game and hunting ranchs in Wisconsin, according to state records. Most of them have been found since 2013 – the same year when the DATCP, which shared farmers' regulations with the State Ministry of Natural Resources, began to allow hunting wounds and breeding farms to continue to operate despite diseases being in their premises.

Before 2013, all animals in commercial reindeer operations that were positive for CWD were killed. State law allows the authorities to test animals and, if justified, kill herds to avoid the spread of the disease. The owners can get up to $ 3,000 of state and federal funds for every animal that is euthanized.

Hunting ranch open despite 84 CWD cases

But there are exceptions to the rules.

Wilderness Game Farm Inc. operates in two breeding farms and a hunting ranch in the Portage County, and hunting ranchs in the counties of Marathon and Shawano. Since 2013, at the Hunting County County Marathon called Wilderness North there have been 84 CWD cases.

Despite the fact that they have more positive cases than any other tailings operation in Wisconsin, ranch continues to sell lures at a price between $ 4,000 and $ 9,000, with the option of "Gold Hunt" – without a price – promising henna with horns of 200 inches, including all points.

Email from Wilderness Game Farm Greg Flees, State Veterinarian of DATCP Paul McGraw and Horn-Delzer Program Manager show mandatory quarantines issued after the discovery of 2013 allow Fleksi to move deer from their breeding farms, who did not have CWD detection, His hunting ranch. One of them, Comet Creek in Shawano County, had six positive tests for deer for CWD since 2017.

Goods are second generation farmers. He said his family had grown up since the 1970s. Since then, Flees has become one of the most famous names in the farmer's industry both in Wisconsin and throughout the country. The rivers said when the test results became positive from the ranch hunting in the marathon county, he did not believe it.

"All right, we are enclosed in that property and we have moved a lot of these deer, we never took a deer from anywhere else except this farm that never had a positive result," says Flees. "We set them up for that property, and when they were in that landscape, for a while we suddenly began to get some positives."

Rivers said it was possible that the CWD was already on the property or was brought to it by cleaning, birds or food products such as corn or alfalfa. A study in 2015 shows that the wrongly slaughtered protein that causes CWD, known as prion, can be taken from the soil to plants and infect deer.

The proposed emergency regulations – then they fell

In May, Walker announced a series of actions aimed at slowing the spread of CWD. He called on the DATCP to draw up an extra rule requiring the improvement of the fence and prohibition of the movement of live deer from the 55 counties in the state listed as CWD, which means that the infected deer was detected there or within 10 miles of the county.

The republican governor also called on the state DNR to create urgent rules that would prohibit hunters from transporting deer-hulls from districts listed as CWDs that were affected by disadvantaged districts.

"We need to protect Wisconsin hunting traditions and long-term heritage by working together to prevent the spread of chronic diseases in deer," Walker said.

Despite this, the Citizens' Committee of the DATCP, composed of the nominee from Woker, voted not to take any action at the request of the governor for emergency regulations. Now, the agency seeks a longer, regular process of producing rules that requires a dual or improved fence for elves and other non-whitetail farms and forbids farms to transport live animals from countries affected by CWD.

The Natural Resources Committee, which also had Walker personnel, continued with an emergency rule to request an improved fence, including another 8 meter high fence or electric fence for whitetail deer farms.

In October, the Joint Audit Committee of Administrative Rules, which controls the republican legislation, revising the regulations on the agency, has voted to maintain the requirements for the fence for the deer farm, but has eliminated the urgent DNR rule that would limit the movement of venison from the district affected by CWD this loving season.

While the surviving committee, the DNR rules on the fence have already been amended by the Board of Directors of the Agency so that by September 2019 the industry would comply with the new regulations.

This time period is significant because the extraordinary rule expired on February 27, 2019. When DNR staff were asked if this meant farmers could wait until the rule expired to avoid improved requirements for fences, said the Lohans chief for the DNR initiative In the e-mail policy, the agency is working on a permanent rule to avoid it.

Scott Goetzk of Warrens, a hunting and hunting owner, says the cost of alignment is too much for him and other deer deer in the country.

"Because I feel that this is politically encouraged – not a science and veterinary science – two years from now, if they do not like it or CWD continues to spread, they will get to something else you have to do," Goetzka said. "They basically legalized you from work."

Deer farmers are looking for answers

No matter how he got to his hunting ranch – or the state in that area – Flexi say that he and other deer farmers in Wisconsin are seeking genetics to fight chronic illness.

Last year, Flees said he worked with a researcher to give birth to deer with genetic markers that show resistance to CWD. The baby hopes for five years, he could have a resistant flock.

"Let the farmers do our job, and if we get this resistance, we think the state can do it in its flock."

Other research suggests that it may take a long time before such answers are available.

"We do not know how protein prion proteins can change over time in order to influence the infection and mortality of different genotypes and reindeer populations," said Michael Samuel, a professor of wildlife ecology emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison . "There are still many unknowns that clearly predict the long-term development of CWD resistance."

In the meantime, the spread of CWD across Wisconsin continues. On November 15, another reindeer ranch tested a positive disease in the Portage region, giving the total number of facilities tested positively since 2002 to 24 years.

"I think the challenge with CWD is found in the wild and on the farms," ​​said Konkle, Acting State Veterinarian. "We do not know what happened first and, at this moment, I'm not sure that this is important. It is a challenge for our agencies dealing with the farm of erected deer and wild deer to try to control it."


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AS's Aspen launches three drugs for HIV https://unmeant.com/africa/ass-aspen-launches-three-drugs-for-hiv Mon, 26 Nov 2018 21:15:57 +0000 https://unmeant.com/africa/ass-aspen-launches-three-drugs-for-hiv/

The new Emdolten remedy is a disposable tablet in the form of an ARV drug that damages the resistance to drugs that often develop with older HIV treatments.

Aspen Pharmacare logo. Picture: delivered.

JOHANNESBURG – South African drug maker Aspen Pharmacare launched on Monday a triple combination tablet for the treatment of HIV in a country where the virus is most common.

The new Emdolten remedy is a disposable tablet in the form of dolutegravir, an antiretroviral drug that damages the resistance to drugs that often develop with older HIV treatments, Aspen said.

This medicine also contains lamivudine and tenofovir disoproxil fumarate together with dolutegravir.

In May, the South African Health Office and the European Medicines Agency issued a warning to doctors not to prescribe dolutegravir for women who want to get pregnant.

This was followed by preliminary data from a study in Botswana, which revealed four cases of neural tube defects in babies born to mothers who became pregnant with taking the drug.

The drug is found in branded medicines Tivicay and Triumeq, which sell GlaxoSmithKline in the majority-owned ViiV Healthcare unit.

Aspen, a pioneer in the development and manufacture of generic antiretroviral (ARV) drugs in South Africa, said that the use of dutegravers is safe for men, women who have no age, and women using the child for contraception, adding that these groups account for more than 70% patients with HIV.

"The fact that it is registered (Emdolten) means that SAHPRA is comfortable to be safe for the public," Aspen's Executive Director Stavros Nicolaou told Reuters, referring to the South African Health Regulatory Authority.

The company launched Aspen Stavudin – its first generic ARV drug in August 2003 – at a time when the country is struggling with a high rate of HIV infection.

South Africa has 19% of the global number of people living with HIV, 15% of new infections and 11% of AIDS-related deaths, according to a United Nations agency website.

There is no vaccine against HIV / AIDS. Current treatments only help patients control the disease, but a rapidly changing virus has proven to be a challenge to the medical community as it often develops resistance to existing drugs.


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vaccine against smallpox: Campaign against vaccine vaccine begins | Noida News https://unmeant.com/canada/vaccine-against-smallpox-campaign-against-vaccine-vaccine-begins-noida-news Mon, 26 Nov 2018 21:10:58 +0000 https://unmeant.com/canada/vaccine-against-smallpox-campaign-against-vaccine-vaccine-begins-noida-news/

NOIDA: Monday's Health Department launched a free centralized immunization program for Measles-Rubella, which will cover more than six lexical children across the county. The campaign formed 184 teams across the county to receive a vaccine for children between nine months and 15 years of age.

India, together with the ten WHO member countries of the Southeast Asian countries, plans to eliminate fruits and control the ugly / congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) by 2020 through the program.

Under the leadership of the Ministry of Health and Family Protection, vaccination campaigns have been launched phase-by-stage throughout the nation and will cover around 41 crore children. On Monday, the program was launched in 193 different locations around the world, including schools, community health centers, primary health care centers, and aanganwari centers, etc.


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The health care company advises older people living in nursing homes to have more sex with these six best advices https://unmeant.com/ireland/the-health-care-company-advises-older-people-living-in-nursing-homes-to-have-more-sex-with-these-six-best-advices Mon, 26 Nov 2018 20:26:12 +0000 https://unmeant.com/ireland/the-health-care-company-advises-older-people-living-in-nursing-homes-to-have-more-sex-with-these-six-best-advices/

It could be a favorite time for many people in their younger days, but sex is generally not understood as an elderly hobby.

When our grandparents or mum and dad move to a home for care, we expect them to give their time to bingo and social games, or at least hopefully in any case.

But recent research shows that many men and women in the United Kingdom are actually sexually active in their 90s.

Thus, the Royal College of Nursing wrote a detailed guide to protection workers to help resolve sexuality among residents.

The guide covers everything from the rules on the treatment of erectile dysfunction to help older people increase their sexual activity.

Sex toys and pornography

It even suggests the use of sexual toys and pornography to increase the sexual life of the OAP.

Dawne Garett, a Royal College of Hospital nurses, said: "Just because people live in a care home do not know how to lose the same rights, choices and responsibilities they once enjoyed in their home, as long as it does not affect the rights of other residents.

"Pet bidders should develop a policy that respects the sexuality of their residents.

"They must provide support and appropriate training to home care staff to ensure that every citizen treats the unique and best evidence to promote the health and well-being of residents, their partners, families and carers."

People who live in care homes are encouraged to have more sex.

AXA PPP Healthcare supports the basis of this guide and appreciates that aging does not necessarily mean that a person's sexual movement is diminishing.

The health institution has published top tips for those who do not live only in care homes, but also for those who are at a certain age.

Five of the best sexual tips for over 55 years

1. Lubrication – As the female hormone level becomes lower during menopause, vaginal tissue can become thin and dry, and sex can be unpleasant for a woman.

Using lubricants can help make sex more enjoyable for women.

2. Disrupt things – As people get older, it may take more time for men and women to be excited, so foreplay is very important.

This will build your sexual desire towards one another, as well as reduce the risk of injury.

3. Make it work for you – Sex must not be just a night out. You may have more energy in the morning, so it might be more useful.

4. Different positions – Being adventurous with sex can be worth it in older age.

Non-traditional attitudes can be less painful and easier to perform, especially if you suffer from back pain, arthritis or other medical conditions.

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5. Prevention / treatment of erectile dysfunction – The situation affects nearly half of all men aged 40-70 years to a certain degree.

Quitting smoking, drinking alcohol, improving diet and active lifestyle can help reduce the risk of erectile function.

And if it's continuous, there are numerous treatments that can help, such as viagra.

6. Protection against sexually transmitted infections (SPI)– While the postmenopausal woman is unable to remain pregnant, there is still a risk of contracting SPI.

This was previously known as STD (sexually transmitted disease).

To avoid contracting the SPI, it is best to use a condom.

It is important to remember that condoms are made of latex and can only be used with lubricants based on water.

Oil-based lubricants, for example vaseline, can break down the latex that can lead to the collapse of the condom.

Learn more about STI on the AXA PPP health care website.


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