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|| Year Delta: London: Tuesday: September 25: 2018: We Keep On Walking On The Path of Humanics ||
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An Estimated 06.3 Million Children Under 15 Years of Age Died in 2017 Or One in Every Five Seconds, Mostly, of Preventable Causes: The Vast Majority of These Deaths, 05.4 Million, Occur in the First Five Years of Life, with New-borns Accounting for Around Half of the Deaths: New Mortality Estimates: The UNICEF, the World Health Organisation:WHO, the United Nations Population Division and the World Bank Group: September 18:2018: This IS the Horrendous Human Condition Capitalism in the Era of Globalisation Has Established on Earth: Regine Humanics Foundation Ltd and The Humanion Exist in Humanics to Challenge This Brutality and to Call for a Better Human Condition for All Humanity Across Mother Earth: In  Humanics in a Humanical Society It IS Possible: Support The Works of The Foundation and Read, Subscribe, Advertise, Promote and Support The Humanion

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dr Ramya Mohan: The Artist in Residence at the VII London Poetry Festival 2018: October 14-15

Kerry Schleifer: Out of Interwoven Mess

Shadows mingle
and create an interwoven mess.

'I am your lover.' he said,
caught by the half shadow, half light.

'Will you wax and wane upon
my motionless
silhouette?'

My elegant contoured figure
gives enough detail...in a
single flat mood

A black mind
upon a white imagination

Give me your outline
I give you my depth
of surface

An ocean's clarity
quite plainly speaks
with the quivering of
a swelling tongue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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England The British Food Fortnight: The Harvest Torch Reaches Out Between the Counties of Essex and Cambridge for the National Harvest Service 2018: October 12-14: Food IS Grace: We Ought to Always Receive It With Gratitude and Thanks

|| September 24: 2018 || ά. The Chelmsford service begins at15:.30 with the arrival of the Harvest Torch with Bishop Stephen Cottrell, Bishop Roger Morris, farmers and friends. The Torch commissioned by Love British Food will form the centre of celebrations as the community gives thanks for the food produced by its 1,750 farmers across the 250,000 hectares of agricultural land in Essex.

The Harvest Torch, then, makes its way to Ely Cathedral, where weekend celebrations run from October 12-14 and will be formally presented at their Songs of Praise service on the Sunday. Under the theme ‘For the beauty of the earth’, there will be displays of farm machinery, food, flowers, sheep and a wormery showing what happens beneath the ground. The Harvest Torch was blessed in Westminster Abbey and has travelled around England from Westminster Abbey to Canterbury and last year to St David’s Cathedral in Wales.

Political Economics The State of the UK Housing Market: Nominal Price Growth But Transactions Continue to Slide

|| September 24: 2018: Naomi Heaton Writing || ά. Prices in Prime Central London:PCL in August now stand at £1,781,090, representing annual growth of 01.5%. Over the last four years, they have increased by just 0.2%. Transactions continue to remain stubbornly depressed at 3,771, a record low. It is the first time that annual transactions have remained below 4,000 for five consecutive months since records were first published. This continued slide is putting further pressure on sellers, estate agents and home builders alike. It is, also, likely to reduce tax revenues for the Treasury.

There has been no action or initiative from the Government, that gives any indication that this trend will change. The housing market appears to be the least of the Government’s worries with a potential ‘No Deal’ Brexit on the horizon. Whilst uncertainty continues, it is bound to stifle homeowner and investor interest. However, a significant buying opportunity exists before positive sentiment returns and the market rallies.

The Humanion We Are A-Raffling Our £01.75 Million London Flat: £25-A-Ticket: Who IS Feeling A-Lucky for This Christmas: There’s Charity in This

|| September 24: 2018: Richard Jenkins SWNS Digital News Writing || ά. The parents of a boy with severe Down’s Syndrome are raffling off their luxury £01.75m London flat because he can no longer get up and down the stairs. Ms Cliodhna Ross, 46 and husband Mr Stuart Ross are hoping to sell their four-bedroom Maida Vale property by asking potential new owners to pay £25-a-ticket to win it, mortgage free. A percentage of the ticket sales will cover fees and, also, be shared equally between two charities. The first is KIDS, which provides support services to disabled children, young people and their families.

The second is the London Community Foundation, which designs and manages funds on behalf of those philanthropic individuals and organisations, that wish to tackle poverty, inequality and exclusion across the capital. In addition, there is a £100,000 second prize and five runner-up prizes of £10,000 in cash each. The Rosses are hoping to have sold, at least, 85,000 tickets before the closing deadline of December 31 to find the perfect forever-home for their family. The family have no need to leave their dream home other than for the fact that they are beginning to struggle carrying seven-year-old Ollie up and down the stairs. Financial Services Project Manager Ms Ross said, “We knew almost as soon as he was born that Ollie had Down’s Syndrome.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Books In His New Book Mussolini and Hitler: The Forging of the Fascist Alliance A Manchester Academic Examines the Relationship Between Hitler and Mussolini for the First Time

|| September 24: 2018 || ά. A new book, by a historian from the University of Manchester, has examined the relationship between Hitler and Mussolini in detail for the first time and explores how the leaders of the most powerful fascist regimes in history entered into a fateful alliance. Mr Christian Goeschel is a Senior Lecturer in Modern European History and a leading expert on modern German and Italian history.

He has written the book to examine the influence of Italian fascism on Nazism and to question how the bond between the two leaders affected the course of European history in the 1930s and 1940s. In particular, he sets out how propaganda constructed the image of a powerful alliance, known as, the Pact of Steel, but this overshadowed ongoing tensions behind the scenes. Based on a mixture of published and previously unpublished Italian and German sources, the book is the result of eight years of research in libraries and archives in the UK, Germany, Italy and Australia.

Political Philosophy The Building-Block Foundational Human Rights: Without Establishing Foundational Human Rights Included in It a Universal Income for All Citizens Capitalism Can Not Go On the Way It Is: European Social Survey Finds Significant Public Support for Universal Basic Income

A new European Social Survey report has found significant public support in Europe for the introduction of universal basic income and a European Union-led social benefits scheme. Using European Social Survey data collected in 23 countries during 2016:17, the authors established that people in Europe widely endorse national government responsibility to protect vulnerable people. Whilst people are in favour of welfare support for the elderly, financial support for the unemployed and immigrants is met with more opposition by a considerable share of the population.

Is this ‘considerable opposition’ not related to the consideration that these have to do with ‘personal taxation’ so that the respondents respond from a ‘personal’ view-point. This is time to put forward the entirety of why capitalism has gone on for too long and has ‘created a shark-pool’ of the rich and riches while the vast chunk of societies are left with a horrible desperation and that does not mean just the unemployed and vulnerable people. It has been widely reported in the UK press that working people are queueing at foodbanks simply because in order to pay their rents and bills they have nothing else left to feed themselves. Foundational Human Rights is not ‘social security benefits’ nor are we speaking of ‘universal basic income’: we are speaking about foundational human rights and included in it is Universal Income, not as ‘benefit’ but as a share of the entire national wealth paid to all citizens of a nation.

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And this Universal Income is not paid for any taxation or insurance contribution. How can that be done: humanics has answered these questions. It is time to wake up and see what capitalism has done to the desperately ‘sentenced’ people of Greece, the severest of cases while many European Union countries people are still paying for the crash and its aftermath. Capitalism can not be sustained as it is: people can not work and line the foodbank. People can not be part of any nation without a home and with access to education and much more besides. The old books are useless: it is time to create new ideas and bring capitalism to serve the people.

These are the Foundational Human Rights: A: Absolute Right to Live in Clean, Healthy, Safe and Natural Environment; B: Absolute Right to Breathe Natural, Fresh, Clean and Safe Air;  C: Absolute Right to Necessary Nutritional Balanced Food and Drink;  D: Absolute Right to Free Medical Care at the Point of Need;  E: Absolute Right to an Absolute Home;  F: Absolute Right to Free Degree-Level Education and Life Long Learning;  G: Absolute Right to Guaranteed Social Care;  H: Absolute Right to a Universal Income; I: Absolute Right to a Job;  J: Absolute Right to Dignified Civic and Human Funeral Paid Through by Universal Income. It is time that the world’s minds, who are concerned about the Human Condition look up and out into the world and the devastating human condition capitalism has created, particularly, after the crash and another crash will happen. It is time to challenge the status quo and think what is possible so that life is made better. It is time to challenge this view that in Europe life is all cosy and rosy! It is not: capitalism distributes poverty and inequality and keeps on increasing both so that it can gather vast chunks of the wealth to the tiny minority of the population.

The percentage of respondents, that support the introduction of a universal basic income scheme varies widely, from 33.9%, Norway to 80.4%, Lithuania. Support for a universal basic income is lower in more affluent countries in Northern and Western Europe and higher in the less wealthy welfare states in the East and South. Over 60% of respondents in Lithuania, Russia, Hungary, Israel, Slovenia and Portugal support the introduction of a universal basic income.

The Elleesium Bittium to Exhibit Its Secure and Easy to Use Safe Move Remote Access Software Telehealth and Medical Monitoring Solutions at HETT Show 2018 at ExCel Conference Centre in East London: September 25-26

|| September 24: 2018 || ά. Bittium is to exhibit its secure and easy touse Bittium Safe Move remote access software along with telehealth and medical monitoring solutions at HETT Show, to be held in ExCel Conference Centre in East London, on September 25-26. The HETT Show is a part of the larger UK Health Show and it is focused on exploring the opportunities and overcoming the challenges of digital transformation and health and social care integration.

Bittium Safe Move solutions help to improve community care by simplifying secure remote access to critical clinical systems and, thus, enable care workers to provide better patient service. Bittium, also, provides telehealth and connected wearable solutions to allow remote monitoring of patient activity levels and general wellbeing; along with medical technology products and solutions for remote cardiac and brain monitoring to enable earlier detection of cardiac and neurological abnormalities.

Political Economics Randgold-Barrick Merger: It Raises Two Immediate Questions

|| September 24: 2018: Charles Gibson Writing || ά. Given that Randgold Resources was once described as, ‘Mark Bristow running around West Africa with a cheque book’, the announcement of today’s nil premium merger between Randgold and Barrick to form the world’s largest gold miner in a little over twenty years from the former’s inception is a significant personal triumph for Randgold’s CEO and will leave a lot of other gold mining companies pondering ‘what if’.

Of course, the merger had been heavily rumoured months ago, but so much time had elapsed since Bristow’s publicly avowed aim of concluding a ‘transformative deal’ that many observers were beginning to think that it might never happen. Arguably, it is, also, a, rare, triumph for the methodical approach of science and geology over the values of Goldman Sachs-style corporate capitalism. Given that Randgold trades on higher ratings on almost all measures, that matter and the fact that Mr Bristow will become CEO of the enlarged group demonstrates, which company holds the ascendancy in this relationship; plus, the fact that it is Barrick, that will pay Randgold a ‘break fee’, if, things go awry.

Dr Ramya Mohan: The Artist in Residence at the VII London Poetry Festival 2018: October 14-15

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

|| September 11: 2018 || ά. The VII London Festival 2018 is taking place this year on October 14-15, Sunday and Monday evenings, 19:30-22:00 in London. Dr Ramya Mohan is a board-certified Senior Developmental Consultant Psychiatrist in Children, Adolescents and Families, MBBS, MRCPsych, CCST, a Medical Educator, Music Composer, Singer-Songwriter, Performing Musician, exhibiting Artist, Author, Public Speaker and Humanitarian, working across India and the UK. She is well-­known for her work in amalgamating the Creative Arts with Neuroscience for youth and societal development. She is the Founder and Head and Medical Director of iMANAS London. Dr Mohan is the Artist in Residence at the VII London Poetry Festival 2018 at which the Festival will feature all her artistic and musical creativities, including, an exhibition of her artworks. As a musician, singer, song-writer, poet and artist she will surely add her voice and presentations to enrich the Festival.

After her Medical degree, MBBS, from her hometown Bengaluru or Bangalore Medical College in India, Dr Mohan moved to the UK and completed her training in General Psychiatry at the South London and the Maudsley NHS Hospitals Trust, a premier institute for mental health globally. She was one of the youngest doctors to complete the MRCPsych in the UK, arguably the most difficult medical post-graduate exam in the UK. After becoming a member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, she completed her sub-specialisation in Developmental Psychiatry, Psychiatry of children, adolescents, young people and families at the world-renowned Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, London, UK. Dr Mohan has been a Senior Consultant Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist on the National Health Service, UK since 2008. She is the Medical Director and Head of i-MANAS London since 2015 and a Visiting Senior Consultant to healthcare clinics in India since 2017. She says that she is constantly dealing with new challenges on a daily basis, requiring ongoing re­appraisal and personal development. She has been awarded a Clinical Certificate in Psychopharmacology by the British Association of Psychopharmacology. 

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Hearteogenics What Exactly Is Going On at the ISS: Why Are These Worm-Holes Appearing Everywhere: To Advance Hearteogenics the Volunteer-Worms Flew Up So Far

|| September 12: 2018: University of Exeter News || ά. Thousands of worms are being flown to the International Space Station later this year for scientists to understand more about spaceflight-induced muscle loss, the first UK experiment to take place on the International Space Station. A team of scientists from the Universities of Exeter, Nottingham and Lancaster involved in this project hope to discover more about muscle loss in space, which, in turn, could lead to developing effective therapies and new treatments for muscular dystrophies.

The research could, further, help boost our understanding about ageing muscle loss and, even, help improve treatments for Diabetes. It’s part of an important project and the first UK experiment to take place on the International Space Station. Spaceflight is an extreme environment, that causes many negative health changes to the body and astronauts can lose up to 40 per cent of their muscle after six months in space. These changes are regarded as an excellent model for the aging process in the body and scientists are able to use the knowledge gained from studying changes in astronauts to better understand the aging human body.

Microbial World Here You Go Virtanen With Your Own Bacterium: And What Is It Called The Humanion: Well It Is Acidipropionibacterium Virtanenii: That’s a Grand Name for a Bacterium: Well They Would Say It Is All Your Fault Because You Discovered It: Well I Can Not Do Much About That Now Can I

|| September 17: 2018: University of Helsinki News || ά. Artturi Ilmari Virtanen narrowly missed out on species naming for his original work in the 1920s. Now he has got Acidipropionibacterium Virtanenii named after him. Virtanen is best known for his work on fodder preservation method, which earned him a Nobel Prize award in Chemistry in 1945. What is rarely mentioned in his biographies, is his pioneering research on Propionic Acid Bacteria:PAB.

PAB, named collectively for their production of propionic acid as the main end product of fermentation, which includes several species of important bacteria: from the vitamin B12-producer and emerging probiotic Propionibacterium Freudenreichii, through industrial producer of propionic acid Acidipropionibacterium Acidipropionici, to opportunistic human pathogen Cutibacterium Acnes.The first reports of PAB being isolated and described came at the very beginning of the 20th century. In the early 1920s, Virtanen, also, worked on characterisation of strains he isolated from the brown spots of Finnish Emmental-type cheeses.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Beauroblubellogenics
Microbial World We Alter Together As We Evolve Together: The Duality That It Is

|| September 12: 2018: University of Exeter News || ά. A study of a songbird and a bacterium, that infects it has showed how species in conflict evolve in response to each other. University of Exeter researchers found North American house finches developed greater resistance to a bacterial pathogen, Mycoplasma Gallisepticum, thereby, pushing the pathogen to become more virulent. This process is known as ‘host-pathogen co-evolution’, which is believed to play a key role in evolution but until now evidence for it has been scarce.

“Our results show how these competitors respond to each other over time.” said Dr Camille Bonneaud, of the Centre for Ecology and Conservation on the University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus in Cornwall. “As the finches evolve better resistance to the pathogen, the pathogen becomes more potent to overcome these defences. It is widely assumed that animals, including, humans, co-evolve with their infectious pathogens and become ever more resistant but, in fact, most direct evidence for this comes from studies of bacteria and their viral pathogens.

Epigenomics This Is Why Life Is a Living Growing and Evolving Thing: Twin Study Highlights the Importance of Both Genetics and Environment on Gene Activity

|| August 12: 2018: University of Exeter News || ά. New research highlights the extent to which epigenetic variation is influenced by both inherited and environmental factors. Epigenetic processes affect the expression or activity of genes without changing the underlying DNA sequence and are believed to be one mechanism by which the environment can interact with the genome.

Now, an international group of researchers, including, academics from the University of Exeter, King’s College London, and Duke University in the USA have published a study in PLOS Genetics, using a unique cohort of over 700 pairs of twins to identify the factors influencing chemical modifications to DNA across the genome. In the study, funded by the Medical Research Council, the researchers compared the similarities between identical and non-identical twins and found that epigenetic marks were more similar between identical twins, highlighting the role of DNA sequence variation in regulating gene activity.

Beauroblubellogenics: And Will You Not Sing For The Beautiful Blue Belle

The Humanion's Newest Section: Beauroblubellogenics: The Beautiful Blue Belle in poetic term and in scientific, Beauroblubellogenics: the neuro-science branch, that does nothing but studies the Blood Brain Barrier. Therefore, here, this is for Beauroblubellogenics for the Beautiful Blue Belle, the Blood Brain Barrier. Dear Reader, you, may not, have read these terms and heard of the ideas and concepts they represent, but they have been published and are part of the printed world. The printed world existed in 'imagination' and in living that imagination in learning and creating, which, then, became creative and scientific works, that, then, got into print, in which the ideas of the Beautiful Blue Belle was elaborated as part of the celebration of this astonishing 'mechanism' of the Blood Brain Barrier and, from there, arises Beauroblubellogenics.

Here, The Humanion, presents Beauroblubellogenics, the science of studying the Blood Brain Barriers: We envision that the people, who are to take forward this discipline, are not only qualified Neurologists but are practising at the Most Senior Consultant Level and they are such minds, who have developed 'the equi-competence' in that same Most Senior Consultant-Level in all the major branches of Medicine so that not only have they the knowledge, expertise, insight, experience and study in them but, also, they have developed both a 'Nano-seismic' and 'Universal' views of Medicine, in between which views there exist myriad of other views, such as, atomic, anatomic, molecular, genetic, biochemical, neurological, genetics etc, as well as, a Philosophy of Medicine so that these minds are capable of seeing, looking and understanding 'The Mechanoprincipium-View' of the subject being studied. In other words, these are the minds, that can, only, be described as 'Living Encyclopaedic Minds'.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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New Large-Scale Study Finds Stroke Doubles the Risk of Developing Dementia

|| September 03: 2018: University of Exeter News || ά. People, who have had a stroke, are around twice as likely to develop dementia, according to the largest study of its kind ever conducted. The University of Exeter Medical School led the study, which analysed data on stroke and dementia risk from 03.2 million people across the world. The link between stroke and dementia persisted, even, after taking into account other dementia risk factors, such as, blood pressure, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

These findings give the strongest evidence to date that having a stroke significantly increases the risk of dementia. The study builds on previous research, which had established the link between stroke and dementia, though, had not quantified the degree to which stroke, actually, increased dementia risk. To better understand the link between the two, researchers analysed 36 studies, where participants had a history of stroke, totalling data from 01.9 million people. In addition, they analysed a further 12 studies, that looked at whether participants had a recent stroke over the study period, adding a further 01.3 million people.

Charcot-Marie-Tooth: A Genetic and Neurological Disorder: Charcot-Marie-Tooth UK Is Seeking to Raise Awareness of the Condition Throughout September

|| August 13: 2018 || ά. This little-known neurological condition can cause balance problems and falls, pain, fatigue and deformities in hands, lower legs and feet and it is called Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disorder or CMT. Throughout September, Charcot-Marie-Tooth UK, a charity, raising awareness of this genetic, neurological disorder, that can cause uncontrollable pain, chronic fatigue and deformities in the hands, lower legs and feet, leading to balance problems and falls, will be seeking to raise awareness of this condition.

Professor Mary Reilly, of Clinical Neurology and Consultant Neurologist at UCLH, also, Patron of Charcot-Marie-Tooth UK.  She says, “CMT has many different characteristics but, commonly, there is weakening and loss of muscle and reduced sensation, predominantly, in the feet and legs but, also, in the hands and arms in the advanced stages of disease. These lead to a range of orthopaedic complications, leading to a variety of mobility and dexterity problems and sometimes scoliosis.

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WHO Report: Harmful Use of Alcohol Kills More Than Three Million People Each Year: Most of Them are Men: Is It Not Time the World Does Something to Challenge the Mythology Making of Alcohol Consumption by the Alcohol Industry

|| September 22: 2018 || ά. More than three million people died as a result of harmful use of alcohol in 2016, according a report released by the World Health Organisation:WHO yesterday. This represents one in 20 deaths. More than three quarters of these deaths were among men. Overall, the harmful use of alcohol causes more than 05% of the global disease burden. And is it, therefore, not time for the world to challenge ‘the mythology making’ of the alcohol advertising ‘conglomerate’ of the world, that spends hundreds of billions of pounds in advertising and promotions of alcohol and alcoholic drinks? Whilst all these millions are dying of harmful use of alcohol the world has timidly and shamefully never challenged this myth making.

At least, the World Health Organisation is doing something: it is time to stand up and say: drinking alcohol for vast number of people in vary many health conditions is simply, always, harmful and, to some, I is dangerous; and, for the rest, there is a tiny capability for human physiology to be able to deal with alcohol. It appears everyone is scared of speaking against the alcohol industry. And the mythology makers keep on portraying a romanticised view with alcohol: alcohol is an acid, a spirit and it is simply not meant to be consumed by humans as, if, it is water. Alcohol is not water. It is time the world says so loud and clear; otherwise all these millions of people will keep on paying the price of that ‘mythology making’.

An Estimated 06.3 Million Children Under 15 Years of Age Died in 2017 Or One in Every Five Seconds Mostly of Preventable Causes: The Vast Majority of These Deaths 05.4 Million Occur in the First Five Years of Life with New-borns Accounting for Around Half of the Deaths: New Mortality Estimates

|| September 18: 2018|| ά. An estimated 06.3 million children under 15 years of age died in 2017 or one in every five seconds, mostly, of preventable causes, according to new mortality estimates released by the UNICEF, the World Health Organisation:WHO, the United Nations Population Division and the World Bank Group. The vast majority of these deaths, 05.4 million, occur in the first five years of life, with new-borns accounting for around half of the deaths. “Without urgent action, 56 million children under five will die from now until 2030, half of them new-borns.” said Mr Laurence Chandy, the UNICEF Director of Data, Research and Policy.

“We have made remarkable progress to save children since 1990 but millions are still dying because of who they are and where they are born. With simple solutions like medicines, clean water, electricity and vaccines, we can change that reality for every child.” Globally, in 2017, half of all deaths under five years of age took place in Sub-saharan Africa and another 30 per cent in Southern Asia. In Sub-saharan Africa, one in 13 children died before their fifth birthday. In high-income countries, that number was one in 185. “Millions of babies and children should not still be dying every year from lack of access to water, sanitation, proper nutrition or basic health services.” said Dr Princess Nono Simelela, the Assistant Director-General for Family, Women and Children’s Health at WHO.
Cancer Burden Rises to 18.1 Million New Cases and 09.6 Million Cancer Deaths in 2018

|| September 12: 2018 || ά. The International Agency for Research on Cancer:IARC today released the latest estimates on the global burden of cancer. The GLOBOCAN 2018 database, accessible online as part of the IARC Global Cancer Observatory, provides estimates of incidence and mortality in 185 countries for 36 types of cancer and for all cancer sites combined. An analysis of these results, published today in CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, highlights the large geographical diversity in cancer occurrence and the variations in the magnitude and profile of the disease between and within world regions.

The global cancer burden is estimated to have risen to 18.1 million new cases and 09.6 million deaths in 2018. One in five men and one in six women worldwide develop cancer during their lifetime and one in eight men and one in 11 women die from the disease. Worldwide, the total number of people, who are alive within five years of a cancer diagnosis, called, the five-year prevalence, is estimated to be 43.8 million. The increasing cancer burden is due to several factors, including, population growth and ageing, as well as, the changing prevalence of certain causes of cancer linked to social and economic development. This is, particularly, true in rapidly growing economies, where a shift is observed from cancers related to poverty and infections to cancers associated with lifestyles more typical of industrialised countries.

The Lancet Global Health: Worldwide More Than 01.4 Billion Adults are at Risk of Disease From Not Doing Enough Physical Activity: This is Equivalent to Being the Health-Climate-Change Plastic and the Air Pollution Crises: Neither the World Nor Humanity Is Capable of Dealing with This While Absolute Urgency Should Wake Every Policy Maker and Every Single Human Being Up: Get Active: For the Sake of Your Existence: Wake Up and Get Active

|| September 04: 2018 || ά. More than a quarter, 01.4 billion, of the world’s adult population was insufficiently active in 2016, putting them at greater risk of cardiovascular disease, type two diabetes, dementia and some cancers, according to the first study to estimate global physical activity trends over time. The study was undertaken by researchers from the World Health Organisation:WHO and published in The Lancet Global Health journal. Together, these estimates demonstrate that there has been little progress in improving physical activity levels between 2001 and 2016. The data show that, if, current trends continue, the 2025 global activity target of a 10% relative reduction in insufficient physical activity will not be met. The Report has been authored by Dr Regina Guthold, Ms Gretchen A Stevens, Ms Leanne M Riley, Dr Fiona C Bull.

“Unlike other major global health risks, levels of insufficient physical activity are not falling worldwide, on average,and over a quarter of all adults are not reaching the recommended Alevels of physical activity for good health.” warns the study’s Lead Author, Dr Regina Guthold of the WHO, Switzerland. In 2016, around one in three women, 32% and one in four men, 23%, worldwide were not reaching the recommended levels of physical activity to stay healthy, i.e, at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity physical activity per week. The new study is based on self-reported activity levels, including, activity at work and at home, for transport and during leisure time, in adults aged 18 years and older from 358 population-based surveys in 168 countries, including, 01.9 million participants.

Among the study’s main findings were: i: In 2016, levels of insufficient activity among adults varied widely across income groups, 16% in low-income countries compared to 37% in high-income countries; ii: In 55, 33%, of 168 countries, more than a third of the population was insufficiently physically active; iii: In four countries, more than half of adults were insufficiently active, Kuwait, 67%, American Samoa, 53%, Saudi Arabia, 53% and Iraq, 52%; iv: Countries with the lowest levels of insufficient physical activity in 2016 were Uganda and Mozambique, 06% each; v: Women were less active than men in all regions of the world, apart from east and southeast; vi: Asia. In 2016, there was a difference in levels of insufficient activity between women and men of 10 percentage points or more in three regions: South Asia, 43% vs 24%, Central Asia, Middle East and north Africa, 40% vs 26% and high-income Western countries 42% vs 31%.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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|| September 13: 2018: Amnesty International News || ά. Reacting to the decision of the European Parliament to trigger Article Seven proceedings for Hungary, Mr Berber Biala-Hettinga, Amnesty International’s expert on human rights in the EU, said, “A resounding majority of MEPs today rejected and condemned the retrograde policies of the Hungarian government, which are taking Hungary away from the path of shared EU values. Hungary firmly belongs in the EU but xenophobia and disrespect for fundamental freedoms and rights most certainly do not.

Today, European Parliamentarians stood up for what is right. European Member States must now follow suit and take urgent action before Hungary slides towards arbitrary rule beyond the point of no return.” On September 12, Members of the European Parliament:MEPs voted to back a proposal to trigger proceedings under Article 07.1 of the Treaty of the European Union in response to concerns over the country’s alarming backslide on fundamental rights and the rule of law. Article Seven TEU enables the EU to promote and safeguard its founding principles, such as, the rule of law and respect for fundamental rights and freedoms.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Sanctum Mayakardium

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

|| August 07: 2018 || ά. Today, the Office for National Statistics:ONS has published data on mortality trends. For decades there had been steady increases in life expectancy, however, from around 2011 those increases have slowed. ONS has released two reports looking at how England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland each experienced this slowdown and how the slowdown within the UK compared to changes in mortality across 19 other countries.

The UK-based report, changing trends in mortality: a cross-UK comparison, 1981-2016, also, looks at patterns in mortality by cause of death within each of the four UK countries between 2001 and 2016. Some of the key findings include i: The rise in mortality rates for people aged 90 years and over reflects increases in mortality rates for mental and behavioural disorders, such as, dementia; ii: A slowdown in the decline in mortality rates for circulatory diseases from 2011 has been a major factor, that has driven the slowdown in mortality improvements for people aged 55 and over.

Heart UK

 

 

 

 

Barack Obama Foundation

The Foundation is Accepting Applications for Interns for Chicago and Washington D.C: Diverse, Passionate, Mission-Oriented, Organised and Strong Writers and Researchers are Invited to Apply

 

The Neuroniverse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I Give You My Neuroniverse

Imagine a nano-universe beyond reach of our senses
That resides beneath the faces of things and they are
Guided and played by the same laws where the same 
Motion and statics same rises and falls and calls roll on

Imagine that as with a proper infinity there is another
Which is infinitesimal or rather a micro-infinity folded
Inside the things that form the space-time realities and
There this nano-universe goes on making its music that

No-human orchestra can play no conductor nor player
Can reach or touch or break their unfathomable bounds 
But be amazed by only their nano-seismic nanotheatrics

That science will forever bring out as glances and traces
In this nanoverse imagine this neuroniverse centrica-sun
I give you my Neuroniverse hold behold and rise a Rose

|| August 27: 2018 || ά. All Nippon Airways:ANA and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency:JAXA are partnering to take passengers on the Narita-Houston flight out of this world in honour of Space Day and Sky Day. ‘Space Flight 2018’ passengers will get to taste actual Japanese space meals and view special space-related video content to honour the future of exploration. ‘Space Flight 2018’ can be experienced on all classes on the Narita-Houston flight from September 12-20.

“ANA is driven by a bold and inspiring vision of the future of flight.” said Mr Toyoyuki Nagamine, Member of the Board, Senior Executive Vice President, ANA Holding Inc. “Astronauts exemplify bold and inspiring actions. We’re thrilled to be able to celebrate these accomplishments and share a fun experience with our valued customers.” Flight dates, departure and arrival destinations all have space-related ties. Space Day, established on September 12, 1992, commemorates JAXA Astronaut Mamoru Mohri’s first space flight aboard the Space Shuttle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hearteogenics

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Political Economics
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Humanion does not do and will not publish any news item of any company, regardless of how 'giant' they are or might be, if, their 'website' does not have any 'humanity' expressed, presented and celebrated on them. They might say that they are a 'Team' but there is not a single mention of any human being in that company. No, thank you.  A company must show this, as well as, display a valid address, contact details and telephone numbers on their website. A company must show its commitment to gender-equality and diversity. Bombastic, replicated terms, excessive abuse of clichés and meaningless expressions are all 'good', they might think but it all put and drive people off. The Humanion does not do 'mechanistic, it does not do machine: it exists to celebrate and foster humanity. The Humanion exists to fight dehumanisation. That is why here we have Recycle Technologies and here are the humanity, that is the company and this company does not have any better and more worthy 'resources' than this: this very humanity. Here is another Company and see how they have presented their human face:  ABIVAX. Or Here is another Organisation: Restoration of Appearance and Function Trust:RAFT, that shows that it is not run by machines but humanity.
The Institute for Fiscal Studies Annual Lecture 2018 by Professor Janet Currie at the Royal Society: September 27
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

|| September 21: 2018 || ά. Professor Janet Currie, Chair of the Department of Economics at Princeton University, is scheduled to give the Institute for Fiscal Studies:IFS Annual Lecture 2018 on September 27 on the topic of ‘Life, Death and Mental Health: How Access to Care Helps Children Succeed’. The Lecture is taking place between 18:30 and 20:00 at the Royal Society, 6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AG

The U.S provides a case study of how increasing access to health care prenatally and in early childhood reduces deaths and leads to long-term improvements in child and young adult outcomes. While inequality in mortality increased in the U.S among older adults, it declined among children and approached the low levels seen in countries, such as, Canada. Improved mental health appears to be an important mechanism, driving better outcomes in surviving children

Poverty Is High-Cruelty to Humanity: Until It Is Eradicated There Can Not Begin the Work of Spelling the Word Civilised: The Humanion: The Social Metrics Commission Brings About Seismic Shift in the Way Poverty Is Looked At: Poverty Must Become the First and Last Political Economics

|| September 17: 2018|| ά. Social Metrics Commission is an independent Commission, which has launched a new measure of UK poverty. The Commission unites poverty experts and thinkers from the left and right with new poverty metric. This Metric accounts for the inescapable costs, that reduce people’s spending power and the liquid assets, that can be used to alleviate people’s immediate poverty. New data shows who is poor now and how that has changed over time, to provide a clear focus for policy makers. The Social Metrics Commission:SMC is an independent commission founded in 2016, that has brought together thinkers from the right and left with data and analytical experts to develop a new approach to measuring poverty. Currently there is no agreed UK government measure of poverty and the SMC’s mission is to provide a new consensus around poverty measurement, that enables action, informs policy making and so improves the lives of people in poverty, in real ways.

And this, ‘Currently no agreed UK Government measure of poverty’, says it all: the country and the nation’s greater chunk of the population are ravaged and devastated by this poverty, including, millions of children growing up or paying for being born in poverty and, yet, this very UK Government has the audacity to just abandon it! This is why it is absolutely paramount to bring to focus and raise poverty to the highest point of the high point of the political and economical agenda so that no Government in the UK finds the ‘guts’ to abandon the aim, aspiration, commitment, determination to end this scourge, this high-cruelty, this absolute and utter inhumanity, to the vast number of human beings in the UK. Let no politicians, regardless of which party or group or wing they are from, find no audience to come up with utter waste of words and tell that poverty is acceptable.

This is why it is high time and it is a great thing that this Commission has begun this work. It is time for every single person in the UK to stand up and say: the UK Kingdom is fifth or sixth richest economy in the world and we shall not have poverty ravaging and devasting our fellow citizens, whose numbers are millions and among them are millions of children! It is high-cruelty, this poverty is and it is high time it is eradicated. It is possible to eradicate poverty. The Humanion, therefore, welcome this great work by this Commission and invite the Commission and all its Commissioners to widen their ‘mind-school’ and set up an additional body, guiding the Commissioners. Call it what you, may, School of Champions and gather every single mind from across the UK, from people of all agencies, who have worked in these fields and from all backgrounds and get them together and tell them: the premise is poverty can be eradicated and we can eradicate it: this is the mathematical problem and ask them, invite them to come up with answers: and you go about showing this country that this high-cruelty poverty is a solvable mathematical problem and here is the solution and let that challenge everyone, who thinks it is not possible. And we invite the Commission to look into what Humanics has identified as the Building-Block Foundational Human Rights: Establish them as rights within the current political economical system and see how that eradicates poverty overnight. Lip service to poverty and the poor is no longer acceptable: the large profiteers are directing people and miss-directing valuable resources to impose what they call artificial intelligence, which is nothing but robotic algorithmic machinations so that they can increase their profits while human intelligence are being ‘strangled, devastated and dismantled’ by this poverty and we do not get offended by this profiteers’ mantra that we must waste our resources in this mad pursuit while we let our very fellow humans suffer and not develop and exist as humanity proper.  

For the first time, as well as, looking at incomes, the new metric accounts for a range of inescapable costs, that reduce people’s spending power and the positive impact of people’s liquid assets on alleviating immediate poverty. These inescapable costs include rent or mortgage payments, childcare and the extra costs of disability. Liquid assets include savings, stocks and shares. The new metric reflects more accurately the realities and experiences of living in poverty than previous measures. The SMC Report, shows numerous key findings and challenges. The total number of people living in poverty is 14.2 million with the composition of poverty moving towards a better identification of children, 04.5 million and working-age adults, 08.4 million. The good news is the shift away from pensioner poverty with far fewer pensioners living in poverty following a significant reduction of poverty amongst pension age couples, over the last 15 years.
A Taiwanese Shipping Magnate Is to Sue the Ex-RBS-Head Fred Goodwin For Upto £03 Billion

|| September 14: 2018: Jon Kirk: SWNS Digital News: Writing || ά. A Taiwanese shipping magnate is to sue ex-RBS-Head Mr Fred Goodwin for up to £03 billion for allegedly using his company’s cash to keep the bank afloat before it collapsed. The claim is believed to be one of the biggest lawsuits ever brought against a British individual. Mr Nobu Su, the billionaire Chairman of Today Makes Tomorrow:TMT, accuses Mr Goodwin, along with two former senior colleagues and the bank itself, of ‘hijacking’ TMT’s accounts and using them as ‘unlimited cash machines’.

Between 2007 and 2009, when RBS was on the brink of disaster, the tycoon claims Mr Goodwin ‘siphoned off’ billions of dollars without consent. The value of TMT’s assets, which included vast fleets of container ships, liquified natural gas:LNG ships, very large crude:VLCC tankers and bulk carriers worth up to USD$500 million each, were, also, exploited by RBS at a time when its own future was in crisis, he claims. Mr Su, one of the wealthiest men in Asia at the time, also, accuses Mr Goodwin and former senior colleagues Ms Neena Birdie and Ms Marie Chang of insider trading and of manipulating shares worth almost USD$100 million.