"I certainly wish she would, it would help matters." Sen. Dick Durbin said. "And it would evidence the fact that she wants to be fair in addressing this."
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Care home residents and workers could be prioritised for the Covid-19 vaccine, according to interim guidance published on the UK government’s website.The advice has been developed to facilitate planning for the deployment of a safe and effective vaccine as soon as one is authorised for use in the UK.It’s become increasingly clear as vaccine testing has got underway that some groups of people would need to be given the vaccine first.The new guidance reveals who would be prioritised to receive it. These include:older adults’ resident in a care home and care home workersall those 80 years of age and over and health and social care workersall those 75 years of age and overall those 70 years of age and overall those 65 years of age and overhigh-risk adults under 65 years of agemoderate-risk adults under 65 years of ageall those 60 years of age and overall those 55 years of age and overall those 50 years of age and overrest of the population (priority to be determined)The list has been developed based on a review of UK epidemiological data on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic so far, in addition to data on developmental Covid-19 vaccines and mathematical modelling on the potential impact of different vaccination programmes.Related...
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It comes with a caveat that the advice remains under review until we know more about the efficacy and safety of the vaccines in development. For example, we still don’t know if the vaccines are suitable for, and work in, older adults.Data from the UK indicates that those at greatest risk of severe illness and mortality from Covid-19 are adults over the age of 50 years, with the risk increasing markedly over the age of 70 years.The advice reads that any vaccine programme will need to ensure every effort is made to get good coverage in Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) groups, in areas of higher socio-economic deprivation, and in areas with outbreaks or high levels of community transmission.Worldwide, there are no Covid-19 vaccines currently approved for widespread use. Some are approved for limited use. One of China’s vaccine candidates, for example, has been approved for use in the military. There are nine vaccines globally which are now in phase III trials – the last phase of trials before a vaccine is ready for public use.The government’s chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, recently said in a broadcast there is increasing evidence the vaccines are “pointing in the right direction”. He also said it’s possible that some vaccines could be available before the end of the year in small amounts for certain groups.But it’s “much more likely that we’ll see vaccines becoming available over the first half of next year”, he added.Related...
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Fisher, who was announced for Victor Stone, aka Cyborg in the next Justice League movie, accused the studio of abusing the reshoot’s on-set.The actor has shared many tweets as evidence, revealing that Warner Bros. does not have any transparency regarding the inquiry, after which the studio has accused him of not cooperating with the investigation.However, Fisher is being supported by many co-star and actors; Jason Momoa is one of them.The actor lent his support and confirmed the allegations are legitimate.He also has cautioned anyone who is being questioned not to speak with the current investigators.His tweets read: Due to the purposeful lack of transparency on the part @wbpictures and the 3rd-party firm hired by them to investigate Justice League- an official request for a change of investigator has been made @WarnerMedia.He added: To protect the witness involved, and the information they process, I strongly encourage all that have been contacted by the current investigator to respectfully decline to interview until a truly independent 3rd-party is engaged by @WarnerMedia.Fisher’s tweets are signs that he has no faith in Warner Media to provide him a fair outcome in the investigation.The actor has shared his worries regarding the investigation continuously publically.
Summary –A new market study, “Global Aromatherapy Market Insights And Forecast To 2020-2025” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.Global Aromatherapy Market Overview:Aromatherapy is an alternative medicine therapy used to treat disorders like skin-related problems, pain management, insomnia, cardiovascular and respiratory disorders, digestion problems, cold and cough, immune system functioning, anxiety, and wound healing.In addition, it is good for skin and hair if used topicallyAccording to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), a clinical trial was conducted on 50 patients suffering from second- and third-degree burns in 2016, to study the effects of inhaling aromatherapy products.The result showed that aromatherapy can be used as a complementary therapy for pain relief amongst burn patients.Also Read : https://www.medgadget.com/2019/11/aromatherapy-market-2019-global-key-players-trends-share-industry-size-segmentation-opportunities-forecast-to-2026.htmlThe global aromatherapy market was worth $XX million in 2018 and is forecasted to reach $XX million by 2026, at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period.Global Aromatherapy Market Drivers:The market is driven by the increase in adoption of essential oils as therapeutic agents for treating various diseases, growing use of aromatherapy at-home, increasing consumer preference toward natural products, and growth in lifestyle diseases.According to Plastic and Aesthetic Research, burns causes one million accidents every year in Brazil.Bacteria and viruses do not develop resistance to natural substances, the way they do in case of synthetic drugs.Thus, these products, as a naturally processed medicine have immense potential in treating chronic diseases without damaging the surrounding tissues.Global Aromatherapy Market Restraints:The market restraints include stringent regulations, lack of proper guidelines and lack of medical evidence supporting aromatherapy as therapeutics.Market players need to mention indications, for example, whether the particular essential oil falls under therapeutic grade or cosmetic grade and what dosage is suitable.By mode of delivery the market is segmented into Topical Application, Aerial Diffusion and Direct Inhalation, by application as Relaxation, Skin & Hair Care, Pain Management, Cold & Cough, Insomnia, Scar Management and Others and by end users as Home Use, Spa & Wellness centres, Hospitals & Clinics and Yoga & Meditation centres.On the basis of product type, consumables are expected to hold a prominent share during the period of forecast.
As rumours swirl of toilet rolls disappearing off supermarket shelves once more, some retailers are taking precautionary action to ensure everyone has enough.Morrisons has limited certain items such as toilet rolls and disinfectant products to three per customer, despite saying stock levels were “good”.“We are introducing a limit on a small number of key products, such as toilet roll and disinfectant,” a spokesperson said. “Our stock levels of these products are good but we want to ensure that they are available for everyone.”Meanwhile Tesco has implemented a limit on items like flour, dried pasta, toilet roll, baby wipes and anti-bacterial wipes – so customers can only buy three of each. There are additional limits for a small number of products online, such as rice and canned vegetables.A Tesco spokesperson told HuffPost UK: “We have good availability, with plenty of stock to go round, and we would encourage our customers to shop as normal. To ensure that everyone can keep buying what they need, we have introduced bulk-buy limits on a small number of products.”Related...
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Other supermarkets have shut down claims that items like toilet rolls are in short supply and, as a result, are not implementing any measures at this time. In response to HuffPost UK’s request for comment, an Asda spokesperson said they aren’t seeing evidence in a change of customer behaviour. The supermarket has “good availability” in stores, they said, as well as through its online slots.However it has announced new measures this week, which includes the creation of 1,000 new safety marshals stationed at the front of every store and in the aisles of larger stores. They will be on hand to help customers with safety queries and reiterate government guidelines to wear a face covering and maintain social distancing.Sainsbury’s also has good availability of products like toilet roll and Waitrose did not respond to a request for comment.A spokesperson for Sainsbury’s said in an email: “Customers can continue to shop with confidence in our stores, where they will see we have good availability. We aren’t currently restricting products.”There is confidence there will be enough toilet roll to go around, despite sales rising by 23% in the past week. Toilet roll manufacturer WEPA Group told The Guardian it expected sales to remain high, but insisted that supplies would not run out.While panic-buying is an understandable reaction to an uncertain situation, it can have a profound impact on supply chains – and people’s everyday lives.In March, when the fear of a strict lockdown was impending, supermarkets wrote an open letter to the British public urging people not to panic-buy and limits were placed on certain items so there was enough to go around.Related...
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Therapists believe people panic-buy because of anxiety and needing some way to take back control. Psychotherapist Nick Blackburn previously told HuffPost UK people are trying to “solve” their anxiety by buying supplies, but when they get to the shops, they’re likely to experience more anxiety because items are running low.Then there’s the added anxiety of being criticised or hearing snarky comments by others for doing it – in the supermarket or all over social media. “That’s not the way to make fearful people feel better,” Blackburn said.Hansa Pankhania, a therapist of 25 years and member of the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy, said it’s also driven by helplessness, fear and loss of control. When people panic-buy it’s a “gesture”, she told us earlier in the year – they’re doing something to help themselves in an otherwise helpless situation. When we have no control over the bigger picture, we crave control in our “micro world” – our home and daily routines. And in this case, people are doing it by buying up supplies.There’s also the fear element – understandable when Covid-19 cases are rising again. On top of that, people are scared of running out of food or supplies, said Pankhania, so there’s the basic survival instinct of: “If I don’t have food, I’ll die.”“The news is saturated with people dying or feeling ill,” she said. “Listening to that kind of news, day in day out, is going to trigger our survival instinct even more. Generally human beings aren’t very good at dealing with uncertainty, this is their way of having some certainty.”Related...
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The truth is that not all of these products are created equal, and some rely on abrasive ingredients that are not that great for the health of your skin, despite the fact that they are antibacterial.Aromatherapy hand sanitizer may provide a helpful alternative for anyone who wants to make sure they are practicing good hygiene while also being attentive to the needs of their body.Ideally, you want to utilize products that don’t detract from the health of your skin or rob it of its natural oils.Keeping Your Skin HealthyThe surface of your skin is not meant to be a sterile environment.There is actually an array of beneficial bacteria and other microbes that support the health of your skin.Although potent alcohol-based hand sanitizers certainly do a respectable job of killing bacteria, they may crack or otherwise injure your skin, leaving it open to easy colonization by yet more unfriendly bacteria.Perhaps even more concerning is what these products do to the actual health of the skin itself.Many synthetic alcohol-based products perpetuate skin dryness and often create recurring irritation.There is some evidence to show that the overuse of these products can disrupt hormones and weaken the immune system because the ingredients are unnatural and disrupt the balance of the body.In order to keep your skin healthy while also addressing the issue of sanitation, it’s important to use natural plant-based ingredients whenever possible.
Phones ringing off the hook, councillors scrambling for details and anxious families worrying about how their jobs and children will be affected – these are the scenes local leaders have described in the wake of strict local lockdown restrictions being announced by the government. A series of Labour councillors and politicians have told HuffPost UK how, by unveiling sweeping new restrictions late at night on social media, without details of the rules and without giving councils times to prepare, the government is undermining public confidence and sparking widespread anxiety. “They need to think more about the real world – real families in their homes hearing that kind of announcement,” Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham told HuffPost UK. “I don’t think they think enough about those things.” In Newcastle – where a sharp uptick in Covid-19 infections has seen the coronavirus rate reach 108 cases per 100,000 people in recent days – local leaders asked the government for a series of additional restrictions to help curb the spread of the potentially deadly virus. But when health secretary Matt Hancock announced in the Commons on Thursday that large swathes of the north-east would be under new, stricter coronavirus directives, local politicians – including Newcastle City Council leader Nick Forbes – were in the dark about the exact regulations. Yes, there would be a 10pm curfew for bars and restaurants and a ban on people socialising outside of their households – but what did the announcement mean for public transport? For weddings? For organised sports? “The secretary of state made an announcement in the Commons at 11.30am, but we didn’t actually get the final version of the regulations until 6pm,” Forbes said. “So we had maybe seven hours of people speculating wildly about what was going to be announced and we didn’t know because we hadn’t seen the final list of restrictions.” The council knew what it had asked for, “but we didn’t know exactly what we were going to be given”. The delay led to some people “frankly making rubbish up”, Forbes said. “That did nothing to ensure we had clarity and consistency in messaging. In fact, it undermined what we were trying to achieve.” The hold-up followed leaks and speculation in the local press about what would be announced by ministers, Forbes said. “It caused a great deal of anxiety – for about a 48 hour period, the phone rang more or less non-stop, with worried people – and in some cases very angry people – either demanding answers or shouting.” The Government announced restrictions for the North East at 11.30am this morning, effective from Midnight, but the regulations have still not been published. The longer this goes on the greater the info vaccuum and the more alarmed people are getting. We need clarity, now.— Nick Forbes (@nick_forbes) September 17, 2020The three main things people were calling about? Visiting family members, the rules around going to pubs and restaurants and people’s upcoming nuptials. “I think we had about eight calls from people asking if their wedding was going to be cancelled,” Forbes said. “Of course, we hadn’t asked for any changes around weddings, but we didn’t know what the government was going to say, so we couldn’t give them a clear answer. That was deeply frustrating.” But it’s not just in the north-east where councillors have been left reeling by the government’s handling of local lockdown restrictions. Andrew Western, the Labour leader of Trafford Council, described how he and other leaders in Greater Manchester were given just hours to prepare for drastic changes to social distancing rules at the end of July following a spike in coronavirus cases. They only found out about the new restrictions after Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham received a call from Matt Hancock around 4.30pm on July 30 saying he was “minded to act and put in place some restrictions”. By “pure chance”, Burnham – who was himself health secretary between 2009 and 2010 – had a meeting scheduled with local Labour leaders that evening. “The difficult thing is, I only got engaged late on Thursday and the health secretary was about to go into a meeting,” the mayor told HuffPost UK. “I said to him that I would have to consult the leaders – I can’t say on their behalf that something is fine. “I’ve said throughout this, they have the primary and statutory responsibility for their borough with regard to public safety. So I have to coordinate their voice, but their voice really matters here.” If there hadn’t already been a meeting in the diary, most leaders would not have been able to attend a last-minute gathering, he said. “I think that isn’t understood enough in Whitehall. If there’s a big change coming that’s going to affect millions of people’s lives, you have to really get on board the people who are going to front up that change.” The government “haven’t thought enough about all that”, Burnham added. Just hours after Burnham, Western and other local leaders were first informed about the new restrictions, Hancock announced the new rules – which came into force at midnight – on Twitter. 3/4 The spread is largely due to households meeting and not abiding to social distancing. So from midnight tonight, people from different households will not be allowed to meet each other indoors in these areas. pic.twitter.com/Yy7wLbdh9V— Matt Hancock (@MattHancock) July 30, 2020“It’s ridiculous,” Western – who has led Trafford Council since 2018 – said, branding it a “comms disaster”. “Who announces something late at night on Twitter that’s going to come in at midnight?” By the time the mayor was informed of the changes, it was already the end of the working day, Western said. “By that time, my staff had finished for the day. We’re responsible for enforcing this – we need to get relevant public health messages out and there’s a void basically, because nobody is around. “You can’t expect people to be scrambling at that time of night to get messages together.” It’s a thought that is echoed by Burnham. “Councils are used as a trusted source of information by residents,” he said. “They will turn to the council quite a lot.” When government changes are coming, councils need time to create a messaging campaign for local people to make sure the rules are clear and easy to understand. “But they’re not allowing time for all of that to take place,” Burnham said. “It isn’t working.” He continued: “We are the ones who have to deal with these messages on the ground and the consequences of them.“I don’t think the government is thinking enough of the reality of what we have to do – the inquiries we get, the public’s reaction etc. The government makes an announcement and goes on to something else and we’re left.“If they involved us, worked with us, consulted us, their messages may even land better for them. So it’s not like us asking for something from them – we could actually give them something by helping them land their messages better.” But Western has been blindsided more than once by new restrictions during the pandemic. At the start of September, the government ignored appeals from Trafford Council to keep local lockdown restrictions in place in the areas and lifted the rules – only to reimpose them hours later. “At 12.30pm in the afternoon– 12-and-a-half hours after the restrictions had been lifted, they reimposed them, having sent us a copy of the press release about 20 minutes before they did so,” Western said. “And that was the notification that we got.” Alyson Barnes, leader of Rossendale Borough Council, said it was clear that the government “likes big announcements”. “We’re all left trying to work out what that means,” she said. Rossendale, a borough in Lancashire, was among the areas where even stricter lockdown measures came into force on Tuesday, replacing previous rules. Under the new guidelines, residents are banned from mixing with anyone outside their household or bubble in a bid to halt the spread of Covid-19. “This latest announcement has not been any different,” Barnes said. “We have got hospitality venues contacting us about the 10pm curfew – ‘Is that 10pm sharp, doors shut? Or is it last orders at 10pm?’” She added: “You just get people contacting you all the time about different aspects of this… It just comes at you from all sorts of directions, because the announcement is made so quickly, you just don’t have time to get any of the detail in place. So we’re always playing catch up with it.” None of this can be easy for ministers, Barnes said. “It’s a new territory for UK government – they haven’t had to deal with a pandemic since the early 1900s. “So I’m quite sympathetic in a way to that fact, I get that. But I do think if they gave themselves just a little bit longer on some things, to think the detail through, that would help them in the long run. “They seem to be a bit of a hair trigger – they have got to be saying it now, not waiting till they have worked it through for a day or so. It’s got to be done now.” A spokesperson for the Department of Health and Social Care told HuffPost UK that ministers and experts were “constantly” reviewing evidence about the spread of Covid-19. “The government, working alongside scientific and public health experts and local leaders constantly review the epidemiological evidence and we are prepared to take swift and decisive action to cut the transmission of the virus and protect communities,” they said. “Everyone has a part to play - you can protect yourself, loved ones and the public by washing your hands, wearing a face covering in enclosed spaces, practice social distancing and, if you may have come into contact with this virus, self-isolating.”More on coronavirus...
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New research by the Organisation for International Cooperation and Development and the Intellectual Property Office of the European Union showed that in 2016, imported counterfeit products accounted for in $509 billion, about 3.3% of all imports for that year.To fight back against the rising tide of knockoffs threatening brands and build consumer trust in a product, companies are turning to the blockchain with smart contract development to create more transparent supply chains and tools for product authentication.In reality, however, this is impossible to do since all parties involved in the life cycle of the product, from production to final distribution to the end customer, have to provide a device of this kind.Market electronics, other electrical components, meats, alcohol, tobacco, agricultural goods, toiletries, and pharmaceuticals can be added to the list.In the case of prescription products, the effects are more serious than monetary: the best active ingredients might not be found in imitation products and thus may be useless or dangerous.People are dying after being treated with fake medication, especially in developed countries.Bogus pharmaceuticals is an alarming problem in developed countries, as more than 34 million counterfeit drugs were intercepted in two months in 2009, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).It is not shocking, given the potentially lethal and financial implications, that there are global attempts to eliminate counterfeiting.However, there is no evidence that the amount has been diminished in the last few years.Blockchain systems are considered transparent, permanent, and deployed internationally.
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