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the Samta Nagar police are yet to confirm the identities of the burglars. Meanwhile, This can be used with an enrolling video, “They must realise that these persons contributed so much for the nation. the top government source said there was no one cause for Islamabad’s For all the latest India News, the five ex-employees said. In 2015, associate professor in the Department of Nutrition Sciences at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Studies suggest that antioxidants may help prevent the free-radical damage associated with cancer?offering protection from bruising, Newton says Blueberry juice and other products may be nutritious but often contain less fiber than the whole fruitand added sugar or corn syrup may decrease their nutritional value Freshraw blueberries provide the most benefits; the average serving size of raw blueberries is one cupwhich contains about 80 calories For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: Lifestyle Desk | Kolkata | Published: December 1 2016 1:48 pm The self-testing kit is easy to use and the results can be seen withing 20 minutes (Source: WHO/ Youtube) Top News Ahead of AIDS Awareness Day on December 1 the World Health Organization (WHO) issued new guidelines on HIV self-testing to help with the diagnosis of the deadly disease The initiative by the UN health organisation aims to help millions know about their HIV status and get the right treatment According to the latest WHO progress report “lack of an HIV diagnosis is a major obstacle to implementing the Organization’s recommendation that everyone with HIV should be offered antiretroviral therapy (ART)” “Millions of people with HIV are still missing out on life-saving treatment which can also prevent HIV transmission to others” said WHO Director-General Margaret Chan in the release Sadly the report shows that 40 per cent of all people affected with the HIV-virus (over 14 million) remain unaware of their status “Many of these are people at higher risk of HIV infection who often find it difficult to access existing testing services” the report warns With the easy and pertinent self-testing kit people around the world can know about their status within “20 minutes” The WHO report says “HIV self-testing means people can use oral fluid or blood- finger-pricks to discover their status in a private and convenient setting” Dr Chan also added that the self-testing should open the door for many more people to know about their HIV status and eventually lead the patients to find out how to get treatment and access prevention services The organisation also urged that those with positive results should immediately seek help and confirm reports from health clinics “WHO recommends they receive information and links to counselling as well as rapid referral to prevention treatment and care services” it added The UN has already ensured that basic care facilities and counselling centres help patients not fight the disease but also the social stigma attached to it Watch video here The latest data by the WHO shows that there are 37 million people living with the disease and only 182 million people are receiving antiretroviral treatment worldwide Till the end of 2015 11 million people have lost their lives due to AIDS related causes “HIV self-testing is a way to reach more people with undiagnosed HIV and represents a step forward to empower individuals diagnose people earlier before they become sick bring services closer to where people live and create demand for HIV testing This is particularly important for those people facing barriers to accessing existing services” the release highlights Noticeably the report mentioned that men with HIV are less likely to be diagnosed and go through the antiretroviral treatment and are more likely to die of HIV-related causes than women It added that men account for only 30 per cent of the people tested for the virus It also draws attention to that adolescent girls and young women in eastern and southern Africa “experience infection rates up to eight times higher than among their male peers” The report also focuses on how testing numbers are low among people involved in same-sex relationships transgender sex workers prisoners drug addicts – “who together comprise approximately 44 per cent of the 19 million new adult HIV infections that occur each year” The self-testing kits are provided by WHO for free and it also supports other measures that would help people get other such kits at low prices As of now “23 countries have national policies that support HIV self-testing Many others are developing policies but wide-scale implementation of HIV self-testing remains limited” The alarming report also suggested that 70 per cent people whose partners are affected by the virus they also test positive to the test but many of those do not get tested to ascertain their status Hoping that the measure would have a positive impact and help those affected the organisation also urged all nations to join hand and fight to end it by 2030 For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top NewsPublished: October 29 2017 6:31 pm The subject was shown a life-size avatar that could truthfully replicate or deviate from the subject’s actual trajectory in real-time (Source: Thinkstock Images) Top News People who sleepwalk may be better at multi-tasking when awake compared to their peers scientists have found Researchers used virtual reality to unveil significant differences in how the brains of sleepwalkers and non sleepwalkers control and perceive body movement According to the study published in the journal Current Biology sleepwalkers exhibit increased automation in their movements with respect to non-sleepwalkers Wearing a full-body motion capture suit in a room full of IR-tracking cameras at EPFL (Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne) in France sleepwalkers and non-sleepwalkers were asked to walk towards a virtual cylinder The subject was shown a life-size avatar that could truthfully replicate or deviate from the subject’s actual trajectory in real-time Participants could therefore be tricked into walking along a modified trajectory to compensate for the avatar deviation Their walking speed and accuracy of movement along with their movement awareness were then recorded and analysed There was no difference between sleepwalkers and non- sleepwalkers while performing this first task – just as previous research would have suggested When the researchers added a layer of complexity however a clear distinction emerged between the two groups Subjects were asked to count backwards in steps of seven starting from 200 Non-sleepwalkers significantly slowed down when having to count backwards while walking yet sleepwalkers maintained a similar walking velocity in both conditions The findings show a strong link between sleepwalking and automatic control of locomotion not during nocturnal episodes of sleepwalkers but during full wakefulness Sleepwalkers were also more accurate at detecting changes in the virtual reality feedback when faced with the mental arithmetic task “We found that sleepwalkers continued to walk at the same speed with the same precision as before and were more aware of their movements than non-sleepwalkers” said Olaf Blanke EPFL neuroscientist “The research is also a first in the field of action-monitoring providing important biomarkers for sleepwalkers – while they are awake” Blanke said Sleepwalkers are known to perform complex movements such as walking in the absence of full consciousness This ability may translate into a multi-tasking advantage for sleepwalkers while awake Somnambulism or sleepwalking currently affects two per cent of adults and over 10 per cent in children The condition can cause movements ranging from small gestures to complex actions such as walking and even behaviours like getting dressed driving a car or playing a musical instrument – all while asleep Sleepwalking is caused by a partial arousal from slow-wave or deep sleep however it is not know which functional brain mechanisms are affected by this pathophysiology For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsOn the job Inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (logo above) are making progress in destroying Syria’s chemical weapons stocks OPCW As new details emerge about Syria’s chemical weapons stockpile work has begun in earnest to destroy its ability to use the arsenal in the ongoing civil war Syria’s military is thought to hold about 1000 tons of chemicals now known to be mostly precursors for sarin and mustard gas said Paul Walker a chemical weapons expert at Green Cross International at a forum held yesterday at AAAS the publisher of ScienceInsider That amount is comparable to the stockpiles that India and South Korea once held before renouncing and eliminating their chemical weapons Inspectors from the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) are now on the ground in Syria They are assessing sites and overseeing the demolition of equipment and facilities used to produce the chemical precursors of sarin and mustard mix the precursors and pour the finished nerve agents into munitions There’s a lot of “sledgehammer and bulldozer work” Walker says Inspectors have visited 18 of 23 weapons sites that Syria has disclosed to date OPCW media officer Michael Luhan stated at a press conference today in The Hague The operation he says is to ensure that Syria “will no longer have the capability to produce any more chemical weapons” OPCW expects this work to be completed by 1 November Luhan says That ambitious target is part of an agreement imposed on Syria last month after the United States threatened a military strike in response to a chemical weapons attack—almost certainly sarin—in a rebel-held suburb of Damascus that killed hundreds of civilians in August Under terms negotiated by Russia and the United States that compelled Syria to sign and ratify the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) last month Syria must grant OPCW inspectors “unfettered access” to sites and individuals associated with its chemical weapons program On 27 October Syria must deliver a final and complete declaration to OPCW and its entire arsenal must be eliminated by 1 July 2014 OPCW faces some stiff challenges The operation is “historic and precedent-setting” because “it’s the first time WMD destruction has been undertaken in a hostile environment” says Michael Moodie a senior specialist at the Congressional Research Service and co-founder of the Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute He notes that Syria’s foreign minister recently claimed that one-third of the chemical weapons sites are in contested zones And while experts hail Syrian authorities for their cooperation thus far Moodie says it’s an open question “whether that will continue” if the rebels make gains in the civil war Another question is whether Syrian President Bashar al-Assad might attempt to hide part of his chemical weapons arsenal like his now-ousted counterparts in Iraq and Libya did “Saddam and Qaddafi stashed some of their stock for a rainy day” notes Chen Kane manager of Middle East projects at the Center for Nonproliferation Studies in Washington DC A more likely concern Moodie says is incomplete record-keeping “Maybe they don’t know where it all is” he says Albania and Libya are cases in point: Long after destroying their known stockpile Albanian authorities discovered a stash in the mountains that they didn’t know about Walker says And inspectors never found Qaddafi’s hidden stash—it came to light by chance he says “Nobody went looking for it” One big break in Syria is the nature of its stockpile Unlike the United States and Russia whose stockpiles are mostly weaponized—the agents are in the munitions—experts believe Syria’s “is almost all precursors” Walker says That means much of the chemicals can be shipped out of Syria for disposal making it more realistic to meet the goal of chemically disarming Syria by mid-2014 Most countries approached by OPCW have refused to accept shipments; Walker says the four “that haven’t said no” are Albania Belgium France and Norway It’s unclear where inspectors will draw the line between chemical weapons precursors and chemicals for peaceful uses Dual-use chemicals include isopropyl alcohol—a precursor of sarin—and ethylene a precursor of mustard agent That’s why the initial priority is “getting rid of the weapons themselves and the mixing facilities” Walker says OPCW will have to raise “well over $100 million” to get the job done Walker says “I’m optimistic it will go well” he says If the operation succeeds that would leave three countries not party to the CWC presumed to hold chemical weapons: Egypt Israel and North Korea Seven countries that have declared chemical weapons apart from Syria have largely destroyed their stockpiles Albania and Iraq like India and South Korea are now chemical weapons-free Libya Russia and the United States have destroyed much of their arsenals Defanging Syria could have regional consequences Pressure will rise on Egypt and Israel to come clean Kane notes “There’s no reason for them to remain outside the treaty” Walker says And if they do that would leave one known hot spot for chemical weapons “We know North Korea has a very large stockpile” Walker says That will be one tough nut to crackWritten by Mandakini Gahlot | New Delhi | Published: November 25 2009 2:07 am Related News Linking Delhis two Games to each other is a circular restaurant at the Asiad Tower in Siri Fort complex Built in 1982 as a culinary toast to the Asian Gamesthe restaurantoriginally known as the Bombay Palace Tower and operated by US hotelier Sant Singh Chatwalwas shut down in 1989 The restaurant now fitted with the revolving technology will open by the Commonwealth Games next year Present owner Mahesh Kapurwho took the tower on lease from the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) in 1997said: It was not a revolving restaurant when it opened; but had a great view of the city We equipped it with the technology in 2004?

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