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                    [description] => Journal Reference: Stephanie Kullmann, Dominik Blum, Benjamin Assad Jaghutriz, Christoph Gassenmaier, Benjamin Bender, Hans-Ulrich Häring, Gerald Reischl, Hubert Preissl, Christian la Fougère, Andreas Fritsche, Matthias Reimold, Martin Heni. Central Insulin Modulates Dopamine Signaling in the Human Striatum. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2021; 106 (10): 2949 DOI: 10.1210/clinem/dgab410 Worldwide, more and more people ... Read more
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Journal Reference:

  1. Stephanie Kullmann, Dominik Blum, Benjamin Assad Jaghutriz, Christoph Gassenmaier, Benjamin Bender, Hans-Ulrich Häring, Gerald Reischl, Hubert Preissl, Christian la Fougère, Andreas Fritsche, Matthias Reimold, Martin Heni. Central Insulin Modulates Dopamine Signaling in the Human Striatum. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2021; 106 (10): 2949 DOI: 10.1210/clinem/dgab410

Worldwide, more and more people are developing obesity and type 2 diabetes. Studies show that the brain plays an important role in causing these diseases. Dopamine is the most important neurotransmitter for the reward system. The hormone insulin is released after eating and regulates the metabolism in the human body (homeostatic system). It is not yet known how these two systems interact. However, changes in these systems have been linked to obesity and diabetes. In the current study, researchers from the Institute of Diabetes Research and Metabolic Diseases (IDM) of Helmholtz Zentrum München at the University of Tübingen, a partner of the DZD, and Tübingen University Hospital (Innere IV, Director: Prof. Andreas Birkenfeld) examined how the two systems interact specifically in the reward center of the brain, the striatum.

?Our eating behavior is regulated by the interaction between the reward system and homeostatic systems. Studies indicate that insulin also acts in dopamine-driven reward centers in the brain. It has also been shown that obesity leads to changes in the signaling of the brain that have a negative effect on the glucose metabolism in the whole body,? said first author Stephanie Kullmann. ?We now wanted to decipher the interaction between the two systems in humans and find out how insulin regulates the dopamine system.?

For this purpose, ten healthy, normal-weight men received insulin or a placebo via a nasal spray (randomized, placebo-controlled, blinded crossover study). When insulin is absorbed via the nose, it reaches the brain directly. To study the interaction between insulin and dopamine, the researchers used a unique measurement technique: they combined magnetic resonance imaging to assess functional brain activity and positron emission tomography to assess dopamine levels.

Analysis of the study showed that the intranasal administration of insulin lowered dopamine levels and led to changes in the brain?s network structure. ?The study provides direct evidence of how and where in the brain signals triggered after eating ? such as insulin release and the reward system ? interact,? said Professor Martin Heni, last author of the study, summarizing the results. ?We were able to show that insulin is able to decrease dopamine levels in the striatum in normal-weight individuals. The insulin-dependent change in dopamine levels was also associated with functional connectivity changes in whoe-brain networks. Changes in this system may be an important driver of obesity and related diseases.?

In further studies, the researchers want to investigate changes in the interaction of dopamine and insulin in obese or diabetic participants. These people often suffer from insulin resistance in the brain. The researchers therefore assume that this resistance prevents the normal insulin-induced regulation of dopamine levels in the reward center. In further steps, they want to restore the normal action of insulin in the brain by behavioral and/or pharmaceutical interventions.

* Striatum The striatum belongs to the human cerebrum and forms part of the basal ganglia. It is a central connection point for various neural pathways as well as control circuits and is involved in the interaction of motivation, reward, emotion, movement behavior and numerous cognitive functions.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Stephanie Kullmann, Dominik Blum, Benjamin Assad Jaghutriz, Christoph Gassenmaier, Benjamin Bender, Hans-Ulrich Häring, Gerald Reischl, Hubert Preissl, Christian la Fougère, Andreas Fritsche, Matthias Reimold, Martin Heni. Central Insulin Modulates Dopamine Signaling in the Human Striatum. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2021; 106 (10): 2949 DOI: 10.1210/clinem/dgab410 Worldwide, more and more people ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Stephanie Kullmann, Dominik Blum, Benjamin Assad Jaghutriz, Christoph Gassenmaier, Benjamin Bender, Hans-Ulrich Häring, Gerald Reischl, Hubert Preissl, Christian la Fougère, Andreas Fritsche, Matthias Reimold, Martin Heni. Central Insulin Modulates Dopamine Signaling in the Human Striatum. The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, 2021; 106 (10): 2949 DOI: 10.1210/clinem/dgab410

Worldwide, more and more people are developing obesity and type 2 diabetes. Studies show that the brain plays an important role in causing these diseases. Dopamine is the most important neurotransmitter for the reward system. The hormone insulin is released after eating and regulates the metabolism in the human body (homeostatic system). It is not yet known how these two systems interact. However, changes in these systems have been linked to obesity and diabetes. In the current study, researchers from the Institute of Diabetes Research and Metabolic Diseases (IDM) of Helmholtz Zentrum München at the University of Tübingen, a partner of the DZD, and Tübingen University Hospital (Innere IV, Director: Prof. Andreas Birkenfeld) examined how the two systems interact specifically in the reward center of the brain, the striatum.

?Our eating behavior is regulated by the interaction between the reward system and homeostatic systems. Studies indicate that insulin also acts in dopamine-driven reward centers in the brain. It has also been shown that obesity leads to changes in the signaling of the brain that have a negative effect on the glucose metabolism in the whole body,? said first author Stephanie Kullmann. ?We now wanted to decipher the interaction between the two systems in humans and find out how insulin regulates the dopamine system.?

For this purpose, ten healthy, normal-weight men received insulin or a placebo via a nasal spray (randomized, placebo-controlled, blinded crossover study). When insulin is absorbed via the nose, it reaches the brain directly. To study the interaction between insulin and dopamine, the researchers used a unique measurement technique: they combined magnetic resonance imaging to assess functional brain activity and positron emission tomography to assess dopamine levels.

Analysis of the study showed that the intranasal administration of insulin lowered dopamine levels and led to changes in the brain?s network structure. ?The study provides direct evidence of how and where in the brain signals triggered after eating ? such as insulin release and the reward system ? interact,? said Professor Martin Heni, last author of the study, summarizing the results. ?We were able to show that insulin is able to decrease dopamine levels in the striatum in normal-weight individuals. The insulin-dependent change in dopamine levels was also associated with functional connectivity changes in whoe-brain networks. Changes in this system may be an important driver of obesity and related diseases.?

In further studies, the researchers want to investigate changes in the interaction of dopamine and insulin in obese or diabetic participants. These people often suffer from insulin resistance in the brain. The researchers therefore assume that this resistance prevents the normal insulin-induced regulation of dopamine levels in the reward center. In further steps, they want to restore the normal action of insulin in the brain by behavioral and/or pharmaceutical interventions.

* Striatum The striatum belongs to the human cerebrum and forms part of the basal ganglia. It is a central connection point for various neural pathways as well as control circuits and is involved in the interaction of motivation, reward, emotion, movement behavior and numerous cognitive functions.

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Insulin in the brain influences dopamins levels

[date_timestamp] => 1637577777 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => In Venezuela, the crushing victory of Chavismo tarnished by a strong abstention [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/in-venezuela-the-crushing-victory-of-chavismo-tarnished-by-a-strong-abstention/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 10:41:41 +0000 [category] => World NewsabstentionChavismocrushingstrongtarnishedVenezuelavictory [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9372 [description] => Diosdado Cabello, vice-president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), on the evening of the regional and local elections, in Caracas, on November 21, 2021. FAUSTO TORREALBA / REUTERS No surprise: the map of Venezuela is red. On the occasion of the regional elections which were held on Sunday, November 21, the United Socialist ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

No surprise: the map of Venezuela is red. On the occasion of the regional elections which were held on Sunday, November 21, the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) indeed won twenty of the twenty-three states at stake and the capital, Caracas, which goes to a woman, Carmen Meléndez.

Not surprisingly, abstention was the main figure for the day, with 58% of voters staying at home. The figure was however, this time, eagerly awaited: the ballot indeed marked the return to the polls of the opposition parties which had boycotted the presidential election of 2018 and the parliamentarians of 2020. But the radical right, embodied by Leopoldo Lopez and Maria Corina Machado, continued to advocate abstention. “The question is whether, by voting, we accelerate the fall of the regime or if, on the contrary, we postpone it because we legitimize it”, had tweeted Mme Machado Sunday morning. An opposition figure on the international scene, Juan Guaido maintained an ambiguous position throughout the campaign.

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The results were announced at midnight, six hours after the closing of the polls and the counting of 90.21% of the ballots. The other results – namely the names of the 334 mayors and the more than 2,500 councilors – were not communicated, with the exception of that of Caracas.

“No serious incident”

“The day passed in peace, without any serious incident marring the democratic ballot”, said the president of the National Electoral Council, Pedro Calzadilla, before announcing the results. Earlier today, Isabel Santos, head of the European Union observation mission, also welcomed the conduct of the ballot. The presence of this mission, the first in fifteen years, is one of the pledges that the opposition had requested to participate in the ballot. The mission is due to submit a preliminary report on Tuesday.

In front of the cameras which accompanied him to vote in a school of the military base of Fuerte Tiuna, in Caracas, the president, Nicolas Maduro, admitted that the mission of the EU had been “Up to it” until now. A few hours earlier, the head of state had recalled in strong terms that Venezuela was a sovereign country that had no lessons to learn from anyone.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers In Venezuela, undermined by hyperinflation, the national currency loses six zeros at once

On this sunny Sunday morning, voters were not jostling in front of the Caracas polling stations. Two streets from Plaza Francia, in the elegant district of Altamira, Simon, 27, came in jogging clothes: “I vote because voting is a right, he explains. And because it’s the only way to let Nicolas Maduro know that Venezuela is not happy. ”

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) [summary] => Diosdado Cabello, vice-president of the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV), on the evening of the regional and local elections, in Caracas, on November 21, 2021. FAUSTO TORREALBA / REUTERS No surprise: the map of Venezuela is red. On the occasion of the regional elections which were held on Sunday, November 21, the United Socialist ... Read more [atom_content] =>

No surprise: the map of Venezuela is red. On the occasion of the regional elections which were held on Sunday, November 21, the United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) indeed won twenty of the twenty-three states at stake and the capital, Caracas, which goes to a woman, Carmen Meléndez.

Not surprisingly, abstention was the main figure for the day, with 58% of voters staying at home. The figure was however, this time, eagerly awaited: the ballot indeed marked the return to the polls of the opposition parties which had boycotted the presidential election of 2018 and the parliamentarians of 2020. But the radical right, embodied by Leopoldo Lopez and Maria Corina Machado, continued to advocate abstention. “The question is whether, by voting, we accelerate the fall of the regime or if, on the contrary, we postpone it because we legitimize it”, had tweeted Mme Machado Sunday morning. An opposition figure on the international scene, Juan Guaido maintained an ambiguous position throughout the campaign.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers In Venezuela, the opposition’s return to the polls

The results were announced at midnight, six hours after the closing of the polls and the counting of 90.21% of the ballots. The other results – namely the names of the 334 mayors and the more than 2,500 councilors – were not communicated, with the exception of that of Caracas.

“No serious incident”

“The day passed in peace, without any serious incident marring the democratic ballot”, said the president of the National Electoral Council, Pedro Calzadilla, before announcing the results. Earlier today, Isabel Santos, head of the European Union observation mission, also welcomed the conduct of the ballot. The presence of this mission, the first in fifteen years, is one of the pledges that the opposition had requested to participate in the ballot. The mission is due to submit a preliminary report on Tuesday.

In front of the cameras which accompanied him to vote in a school of the military base of Fuerte Tiuna, in Caracas, the president, Nicolas Maduro, admitted that the mission of the EU had been “Up to it” until now. A few hours earlier, the head of state had recalled in strong terms that Venezuela was a sovereign country that had no lessons to learn from anyone.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers In Venezuela, undermined by hyperinflation, the national currency loses six zeros at once

On this sunny Sunday morning, voters were not jostling in front of the Caracas polling stations. Two streets from Plaza Francia, in the elegant district of Altamira, Simon, 27, came in jogging clothes: “I vote because voting is a right, he explains. And because it’s the only way to let Nicolas Maduro know that Venezuela is not happy. ”

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[date_timestamp] => 1637577701 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => Jennifer Aniston, María Pombo and other celebrities who have confessed their rhinoplasty [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/jennifer-aniston-maria-pombo-and-other-celebrities-who-have-confessed-their-rhinoplasty/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 09:59:10 +0000 [category] => CelebrityAnistonCelebritiesconfessedJenniferMariaPomborhinoplasty [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9369 [description] => Call it breath septorhinoplasty, call it nose retouch, but the facial change is more than evident on the faces of some of the celebrities we see every day, both in the national scene and internationally. With the firm intention of normalize aesthetic touch-ups in favor of greater physical security in oneself, influencers such as Maria ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Call it breath septorhinoplasty, call it nose retouch, but the facial change is more than evident on the faces of some of the celebrities we see every day, both in the national scene and internationally. With the firm intention of normalize aesthetic touch-ups in favor of greater physical security in oneself, influencers such as Maria Pombo or legendary models like Tyra Banks they have spoken repeatedly and even on television ‘prime times’ about their nose jobs. On the dark side of this sincerity, there are still many celebrities who prefer not to talk about rhinoplasty or other aesthetic touch-ups, appealing to their undoubted right to privacy or openly denying their passage through the aesthetic doctor.

Lisa Kudrow

Perhaps one of the most surprising confessions was that of the actress Lisa Kudrow. Precisely, in the reunion of ‘Friends’, one of the most repeated comments was the one that pointed out that her co-stars had undergone many cosmetic adjustments and she had not done any. However, in an interview with ‘The Saturday Evening Post’, Kudrow explained that had rhinoplasty as a teenager and immediately afterwards he changed institute, so he never had to explain his change of nose to anyone. ?I did it the summer before changing centers […]. It was good, very good, it was a good change ?.

Rhinoplasty? Rhinoremodeling? Everything you need to know before modifying your nose

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Maria Pombo

Faced with that discreet retouch that Lisa Kudrow confessed to an American media, we find María Pombo. The influencer has undergone several interventions to find the shape she wanted. A adolescence injury he deflected the partition and the way he was left after correcting it never satisfied him. María has been documenting each of her rhinoplasties, normalizing this type of retouching as much as possible and solving common doubts.

Queen Letizia

Justified as a Septorhinoplasty to correct deviated septum of Queen Letizia, the change in shape, bridge and size of her nose is indisputable and this has been confirmed by several doctors. However, it only costs one septorhinoplasty in 2008 confirmed by the Royal Family.

Cameron Diaz

The case of Cameron Diaz is most curious. While her snub nose was plump in her early films, according to the actress, it wasn’t until 2006 that she was forced to touch up her nose, when broke it for the fourth time in a car accident. Just take a look at her extensive filmography to see that the change in her nose has accompanied her over the years.

Soraya Arnelas

Through her social media profiles, Soraya Arnelas was broadcasting his rhinoplasty with total honesty. A deviated septum problem in the nose can affect the resonance when singing, so the singer was encouraged to undergo surgery and took the opportunity to modify her shape. She documented the entire process with photographs, did not hide during the postoperative period, and proudly showed the end result when everything happened.

Jennifer Aniston

He has never denied that he relies on aesthetic medicine to maintain an excellent relationship with time, but Jennifer Aniston has only confessed to a single surgery, that of her nose. In an interview with ‘People’, when asked about the rumors of plastic surgery on his nose and chest, the actress replied that she was amused by those comments and that the only thing The nose had been operated on, because of that deviated septum, ?The best thing I’ve ever done in my life. I slept like a baby for the first time in years. ” The rest, he confessed, is all his no matter how boring it sounds.

Nagore Robles

The television Nagore Robles not only spoke openly about his nose operation but also made his followers participate in all his complicated process. What was to be a routine operation to touch the cartilage ended in drama because the surgeon modified the shape of his nose by breaking the septum and filing, which ended up deviating the septum. As a result of this failed operation, Nagore had to undergo rhinoplasty again.

Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks also opened up to ‘People’ when talking about the pressure for beauty. The model found that natural beauty is unfair and not everyone is born with that luck: ?It is very unfair when women with such natural beauty judge those who retouch?. For Banks, surgery is the great ally in finding the version of oneself that is most comfortable to find. Aware of the excuse “I operated my nose because I could not breathe,” Tyra explained to the magazine that the bones in her nose were growing and were beginning to bother her, so she decided to correct them with the help of surgery. ?At last I could breathe well, but in the intervention I resorted to cosmetic surgery. I admit it! I have extensions and I did a nose job. I feel like I have a responsibility to tell the truth. ”

Courtney Love

Little or nothing remains of Courtney Love’s famous nose and the explanation was given by herself on the Jimmy Kimmel show: “Let’s face it, she had a really big nose and her idiot was getting me nowhere“Apparently, the rhinoplasty was performed when he was 20 years old and in a few months his life completely changed.

Carmen alcayde

The naturalness and closeness that characterize Carmen Alcayde have made the journalist speak openly about her rhinoplasties. Not happy with the natural shape of your nose, has undergone several interventions to achieve the bridge and the tip of his dreams and he explains it whatever the medium, whenever they ask him about his image.

Belén Esteban

Another televised rhinoplasty, perhaps the best known in Spain is that of Belén Esteban. Step by step, the entire audience of ‘Save me’ attended the process with which he would recover his nose. The day of his reappearance on the air, with a new nose and a visibly happier face, has become the history of Spanish television and a record audience.

anitta

When the Brazilian singer Anitta visited our country, she went to the Pablo Motos program, who asked her directly about her retouching. The Brazilian, neither short nor lazy, not only spoke openly about her passage through the operating room, but also She called herself an advocate for everyone to do what they want with their body. “If you want to do something, don’t stop doing it just because people are going to talk,” he answered the presenter. With 8 cosmetic surgeries on her face, Anitta assured with laughter: “I designed my face”. His nose was too prominent, so he shortened it and later balanced his chin to achieve a more harmonious profile.

Dianna Agron

Somewhat less known in our country, Dianna Agron, one of the protagonists of the series ‘Glee’, also spoke openly about her rhinoplasty on the David Letterman show. Precisely in Fox’s fiction, his character secretly underwent a nose retouch and hid it for years, something that is quite close to the true story of the actress. Dianna broke her nose twice, the first time at a high school party and the second time at a party with her co-stars. Faced with such a change in the shape of her nose, she underwent a rhinoplasty to fix it.

Sergio Ramos

After two injuries on the pitch that broke his nose, deviating the septum, Sergio Ramos underwent a rhinoplasty with which he corrected the deviation and changed the shape and size, completely transforming his face. 10 years later, another blow to the nose generated a bone fracture, according to the Real Madrid part. The solution was to play with a mask and undergo a new intervention.

Iggy Azalea

To close this round of confessed rhinoplasty, we couldn’t stop talking about Iggy Azalea, that, although she had never hidden her cosmetic touch-ups, she took advantage of the birthday of her cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Ashkan Ghavami, to thank him for having given him her breasts and her ?fabulous nose?. He took advantage of the Instagram post to claim the importance of not judging bodies: ?Ash, you are hilarious, talented, eclectic, a progressive thinker and someone who supports women in their choice to do what they want with their OWN bodies (many men do not share that feeling) ?, he sentenced.

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Jennifer Aniston, María Pombo and other celebrities who have confessed their rhinoplasty

) [summary] => Call it breath septorhinoplasty, call it nose retouch, but the facial change is more than evident on the faces of some of the celebrities we see every day, both in the national scene and internationally. With the firm intention of normalize aesthetic touch-ups in favor of greater physical security in oneself, influencers such as Maria ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Call it breath septorhinoplasty, call it nose retouch, but the facial change is more than evident on the faces of some of the celebrities we see every day, both in the national scene and internationally. With the firm intention of normalize aesthetic touch-ups in favor of greater physical security in oneself, influencers such as Maria Pombo or legendary models like Tyra Banks they have spoken repeatedly and even on television ‘prime times’ about their nose jobs. On the dark side of this sincerity, there are still many celebrities who prefer not to talk about rhinoplasty or other aesthetic touch-ups, appealing to their undoubted right to privacy or openly denying their passage through the aesthetic doctor.

Lisa Kudrow

Perhaps one of the most surprising confessions was that of the actress Lisa Kudrow. Precisely, in the reunion of ‘Friends’, one of the most repeated comments was the one that pointed out that her co-stars had undergone many cosmetic adjustments and she had not done any. However, in an interview with ‘The Saturday Evening Post’, Kudrow explained that had rhinoplasty as a teenager and immediately afterwards he changed institute, so he never had to explain his change of nose to anyone. ?I did it the summer before changing centers […]. It was good, very good, it was a good change ?.

Rhinoplasty? Rhinoremodeling? Everything you need to know before modifying your nose

MV

Maria Pombo

Faced with that discreet retouch that Lisa Kudrow confessed to an American media, we find María Pombo. The influencer has undergone several interventions to find the shape she wanted. A adolescence injury he deflected the partition and the way he was left after correcting it never satisfied him. María has been documenting each of her rhinoplasties, normalizing this type of retouching as much as possible and solving common doubts.

Queen Letizia

Justified as a Septorhinoplasty to correct deviated septum of Queen Letizia, the change in shape, bridge and size of her nose is indisputable and this has been confirmed by several doctors. However, it only costs one septorhinoplasty in 2008 confirmed by the Royal Family.

Cameron Diaz

The case of Cameron Diaz is most curious. While her snub nose was plump in her early films, according to the actress, it wasn’t until 2006 that she was forced to touch up her nose, when broke it for the fourth time in a car accident. Just take a look at her extensive filmography to see that the change in her nose has accompanied her over the years.

Soraya Arnelas

Through her social media profiles, Soraya Arnelas was broadcasting his rhinoplasty with total honesty. A deviated septum problem in the nose can affect the resonance when singing, so the singer was encouraged to undergo surgery and took the opportunity to modify her shape. She documented the entire process with photographs, did not hide during the postoperative period, and proudly showed the end result when everything happened.

Jennifer Aniston

He has never denied that he relies on aesthetic medicine to maintain an excellent relationship with time, but Jennifer Aniston has only confessed to a single surgery, that of her nose. In an interview with ‘People’, when asked about the rumors of plastic surgery on his nose and chest, the actress replied that she was amused by those comments and that the only thing The nose had been operated on, because of that deviated septum, ?The best thing I’ve ever done in my life. I slept like a baby for the first time in years. ” The rest, he confessed, is all his no matter how boring it sounds.

Nagore Robles

The television Nagore Robles not only spoke openly about his nose operation but also made his followers participate in all his complicated process. What was to be a routine operation to touch the cartilage ended in drama because the surgeon modified the shape of his nose by breaking the septum and filing, which ended up deviating the septum. As a result of this failed operation, Nagore had to undergo rhinoplasty again.

Tyra Banks

Tyra Banks also opened up to ‘People’ when talking about the pressure for beauty. The model found that natural beauty is unfair and not everyone is born with that luck: ?It is very unfair when women with such natural beauty judge those who retouch?. For Banks, surgery is the great ally in finding the version of oneself that is most comfortable to find. Aware of the excuse “I operated my nose because I could not breathe,” Tyra explained to the magazine that the bones in her nose were growing and were beginning to bother her, so she decided to correct them with the help of surgery. ?At last I could breathe well, but in the intervention I resorted to cosmetic surgery. I admit it! I have extensions and I did a nose job. I feel like I have a responsibility to tell the truth. ”

Courtney Love

Little or nothing remains of Courtney Love’s famous nose and the explanation was given by herself on the Jimmy Kimmel show: “Let’s face it, she had a really big nose and her idiot was getting me nowhere“Apparently, the rhinoplasty was performed when he was 20 years old and in a few months his life completely changed.

Carmen alcayde

The naturalness and closeness that characterize Carmen Alcayde have made the journalist speak openly about her rhinoplasties. Not happy with the natural shape of your nose, has undergone several interventions to achieve the bridge and the tip of his dreams and he explains it whatever the medium, whenever they ask him about his image.

Belén Esteban

Another televised rhinoplasty, perhaps the best known in Spain is that of Belén Esteban. Step by step, the entire audience of ‘Save me’ attended the process with which he would recover his nose. The day of his reappearance on the air, with a new nose and a visibly happier face, has become the history of Spanish television and a record audience.

anitta

When the Brazilian singer Anitta visited our country, she went to the Pablo Motos program, who asked her directly about her retouching. The Brazilian, neither short nor lazy, not only spoke openly about her passage through the operating room, but also She called herself an advocate for everyone to do what they want with their body. “If you want to do something, don’t stop doing it just because people are going to talk,” he answered the presenter. With 8 cosmetic surgeries on her face, Anitta assured with laughter: “I designed my face”. His nose was too prominent, so he shortened it and later balanced his chin to achieve a more harmonious profile.

Dianna Agron

Somewhat less known in our country, Dianna Agron, one of the protagonists of the series ‘Glee’, also spoke openly about her rhinoplasty on the David Letterman show. Precisely in Fox’s fiction, his character secretly underwent a nose retouch and hid it for years, something that is quite close to the true story of the actress. Dianna broke her nose twice, the first time at a high school party and the second time at a party with her co-stars. Faced with such a change in the shape of her nose, she underwent a rhinoplasty to fix it.

Sergio Ramos

After two injuries on the pitch that broke his nose, deviating the septum, Sergio Ramos underwent a rhinoplasty with which he corrected the deviation and changed the shape and size, completely transforming his face. 10 years later, another blow to the nose generated a bone fracture, according to the Real Madrid part. The solution was to play with a mask and undergo a new intervention.

Iggy Azalea

To close this round of confessed rhinoplasty, we couldn’t stop talking about Iggy Azalea, that, although she had never hidden her cosmetic touch-ups, she took advantage of the birthday of her cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Ashkan Ghavami, to thank him for having given him her breasts and her ?fabulous nose?. He took advantage of the Instagram post to claim the importance of not judging bodies: ?Ash, you are hilarious, talented, eclectic, a progressive thinker and someone who supports women in their choice to do what they want with their OWN bodies (many men do not share that feeling) ?, he sentenced.

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[date_timestamp] => 1637575150 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => When French police and gendarmes refuel without authorization in Luxembourg [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/when-french-police-and-gendarmes-refuel-without-authorization-in-luxembourg/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 09:58:41 +0000 [category] => World NewsauthorizationFrenchgendarmesLuxembourgpolicerefuel [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9366 [description] => Are the rise in fuel prices threatening relations between the French and Luxembourg law enforcement agencies? In recent weeks, relations between the bodies of the two countries have been slightly refreshed while the Lorraine police and gendarmes have taken the annoying habit of refueling their service vehicles in Luxembourg territory, in “Full outfit”, that is ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Are the rise in fuel prices threatening relations between the French and Luxembourg law enforcement agencies? In recent weeks, relations between the bodies of the two countries have been slightly refreshed while the Lorraine police and gendarmes have taken the annoying habit of refueling their service vehicles in Luxembourg territory, in “Full outfit”, that is to say armed. These repeated incursions were even the subject of at least one filing of a complaint by a Luxembourg motorist after lively exchanges with members of the French police.

On September 14, this citizen of the Grand Duchy presented himself at the Käerjeng and Pétange police station, near the Belgian and French borders, to denounce facts dating back to August 23. That day, irritated by the ballet of French police cars at the Esso service station in Rodange, a “section” of the town of Pétange, he films officials refueling their screen-printed van, a vehicle assigned to the car park of the public security district of Longwy (Meurthe-et-Moselle).

« Confrontation »

“You do not have the right to enter, armed and without authorization, on Luxembourg territory”, is indignant in substance the motorist, who intends to reply that the French and Luxembourg authorities have bilateral agreements in the matter. A month earlier, an identical scenario had already occurred with a gendarme, at a service station in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg’s second city. This time the tone had risen and the exchanges had turned “To the confrontation”, according to The essential, a Luxembourg news site, which reported the incident. ?A French gendarme does not have the right to be armed on Luxembourg territory, so I decided to film him, then explained the motorist to the media. He ordered me to stop photographing him and insulted me. ”

Tuesday, November 9, informed of the complaint lodged in mid-September, the Luxembourg public prosecutor’s office therefore seized the police and customs coordination center (CCPD), a cross-border cooperation body that brings together representatives of the French, German and Belgian law enforcement agencies. and Luxembourgish. A request is immediately addressed to the staff of the zonal direction of public security in eastern France: ?The Luxembourg authorities, writes a lieutenant-colonel of the Grand Duchy officiating at the CCPD, wonder about the fact that French police and gendarmes come to Luxembourg in full uniform and armed to fill up their service vehicles outside of the missions provided for by the Schengen agreements ?. The “questioning”, to be courteous, is actually lip service because, the officer himself emphasizes: ” To [sa] knowledge, there is no specific bilateral agreement ? authorizing such actions.

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) [summary] => Are the rise in fuel prices threatening relations between the French and Luxembourg law enforcement agencies? In recent weeks, relations between the bodies of the two countries have been slightly refreshed while the Lorraine police and gendarmes have taken the annoying habit of refueling their service vehicles in Luxembourg territory, in “Full outfit”, that is ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Are the rise in fuel prices threatening relations between the French and Luxembourg law enforcement agencies? In recent weeks, relations between the bodies of the two countries have been slightly refreshed while the Lorraine police and gendarmes have taken the annoying habit of refueling their service vehicles in Luxembourg territory, in “Full outfit”, that is to say armed. These repeated incursions were even the subject of at least one filing of a complaint by a Luxembourg motorist after lively exchanges with members of the French police.

On September 14, this citizen of the Grand Duchy presented himself at the Käerjeng and Pétange police station, near the Belgian and French borders, to denounce facts dating back to August 23. That day, irritated by the ballet of French police cars at the Esso service station in Rodange, a “section” of the town of Pétange, he films officials refueling their screen-printed van, a vehicle assigned to the car park of the public security district of Longwy (Meurthe-et-Moselle).

« Confrontation »

“You do not have the right to enter, armed and without authorization, on Luxembourg territory”, is indignant in substance the motorist, who intends to reply that the French and Luxembourg authorities have bilateral agreements in the matter. A month earlier, an identical scenario had already occurred with a gendarme, at a service station in Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg’s second city. This time the tone had risen and the exchanges had turned “To the confrontation”, according to The essential, a Luxembourg news site, which reported the incident. ?A French gendarme does not have the right to be armed on Luxembourg territory, so I decided to film him, then explained the motorist to the media. He ordered me to stop photographing him and insulted me. ”

Tuesday, November 9, informed of the complaint lodged in mid-September, the Luxembourg public prosecutor’s office therefore seized the police and customs coordination center (CCPD), a cross-border cooperation body that brings together representatives of the French, German and Belgian law enforcement agencies. and Luxembourgish. A request is immediately addressed to the staff of the zonal direction of public security in eastern France: ?The Luxembourg authorities, writes a lieutenant-colonel of the Grand Duchy officiating at the CCPD, wonder about the fact that French police and gendarmes come to Luxembourg in full uniform and armed to fill up their service vehicles outside of the missions provided for by the Schengen agreements ?. The “questioning”, to be courteous, is actually lip service because, the officer himself emphasizes: ” To [sa] knowledge, there is no specific bilateral agreement ? authorizing such actions.

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[date_timestamp] => 1637575121 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Researchers develop ultra-thin ?laptop on the bone? [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/researchers-develop-ultra-thin-laptop-on-the-bone/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tony Grantly ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 09:24:37 +0000 [category] => Health And SciencebonedeveloplaptopResearchersultrathin [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9364 [description] => Journal Reference: Le Cai, Alex Burton, David A. Gonzales, Kevin Albert Kasper, Amirhossein Azami, Roberto Peralta, Megan Johnson, Jakob A. Bakall, Efren Barron Villalobos, Ethan C. Ross, John A. Szivek, David S. Margolis, Philipp Gutruf. Osseosurface electronicsthin, wireless, battery-free and multimodal musculoskeletal biointerfaces. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27003-2 “As a surgeon, I am ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Le Cai, Alex Burton, David A. Gonzales, Kevin Albert Kasper, Amirhossein Azami, Roberto Peralta, Megan Johnson, Jakob A. Bakall, Efren Barron Villalobos, Ethan C. Ross, John A. Szivek, David S. Margolis, Philipp Gutruf. Osseosurface electronicsthin, wireless, battery-free and multimodal musculoskeletal biointerfaces. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27003-2

“As a surgeon, I am most excited about using measurements collected with osseosurface electronics to someday provide my patients with individualized orthopedic care — with the goal of accelerating rehabilitation and maximizing function after traumatic injuries,” said study co-senior author Dr. David Margolis, an assistant professor of orthopedic surgery in the UArizona College of Medicine — Tucson and orthopedic surgeon at Banner — University Medical Center Tucson.

Fragility fractures associated with conditions like osteoporosis account for more days spent in the hospital than heart attacks, breast cancer or prostate cancer. Although not yet tested or approved for use in humans, the wireless bone devices could one day be used not only to monitor health, but to improve it, said study co-senior author Philipp Gutruf, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering and Craig M. Berge faculty fellow in the College of Engineering.

“Being able to monitor the health of the musculoskeletal system is super important,” said Gutruf, who is also a member of the university’s BIO5 Institute. “With this interface, you basically have a computer on the bone. This technology platform allows us to create investigative tools for scientists to discover how the musculoskeletal system works and to use the information gathered to benefit recovery and therapy.”

Because muscles are so close to bones and move so frequently, it is important that the device be thin enough to avoid irritating surrounding tissue or becoming dislodged, Gutruf explained.

“The device’s thin structure, roughly as thick as a sheet of paper, means it can conform to the curvature of the bone, forming a tight interface,” said Alex Burton, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering and co-first author of the study. “They also do not need a battery. This is possible using a power casting and communication method called near-field communication, or NFC, which is also used in smartphones for contactless pay.”

Ceramic Adhesive Grows to Bone

The outer layers of bones shed and renew just like the outer layers of skin. So, if a traditional adhesive was used to attach something to the bone, it would fall off after just a few months. To address this challenge, study co-author and BIO5 Institute member John Szivek — a professor of orthopedic surgery and biomedical engineering — developed an adhesive that contains calcium particles with an atomic structure similar to bone cells, which is used as to secure osseosurface electronics to the bone.

“The bone basically thinks the device is part of it, and grows to the sensor itself,” Gutruf said. “This allows it to form a permanent bond to the bone and take measurements over long periods of time.”

For instance, a doctor could attach the device to a broken or fractured bone to monitor the healing process. This could be particularly helpful in patients with conditions such as osteoporosis, since they frequently suffer refractures. Knowing how quickly and how well the bone is healing could also inform clinical treatment decisions, such as when to remove temporary hardware like plates, rods or screws.

Some patients are prescribed drugs designed to speed up bone healing or improve bone density, but these prescriptions can have side effects. Close bone monitoring would allow physicians to make more informed decisions about drug dosage levels.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Le Cai, Alex Burton, David A. Gonzales, Kevin Albert Kasper, Amirhossein Azami, Roberto Peralta, Megan Johnson, Jakob A. Bakall, Efren Barron Villalobos, Ethan C. Ross, John A. Szivek, David S. Margolis, Philipp Gutruf. Osseosurface electronicsthin, wireless, battery-free and multimodal musculoskeletal biointerfaces. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27003-2 “As a surgeon, I am ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Le Cai, Alex Burton, David A. Gonzales, Kevin Albert Kasper, Amirhossein Azami, Roberto Peralta, Megan Johnson, Jakob A. Bakall, Efren Barron Villalobos, Ethan C. Ross, John A. Szivek, David S. Margolis, Philipp Gutruf. Osseosurface electronicsthin, wireless, battery-free and multimodal musculoskeletal biointerfaces. Nature Communications, 2021; 12 (1) DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-27003-2

“As a surgeon, I am most excited about using measurements collected with osseosurface electronics to someday provide my patients with individualized orthopedic care — with the goal of accelerating rehabilitation and maximizing function after traumatic injuries,” said study co-senior author Dr. David Margolis, an assistant professor of orthopedic surgery in the UArizona College of Medicine — Tucson and orthopedic surgeon at Banner — University Medical Center Tucson.

Fragility fractures associated with conditions like osteoporosis account for more days spent in the hospital than heart attacks, breast cancer or prostate cancer. Although not yet tested or approved for use in humans, the wireless bone devices could one day be used not only to monitor health, but to improve it, said study co-senior author Philipp Gutruf, an assistant professor of biomedical engineering and Craig M. Berge faculty fellow in the College of Engineering.

“Being able to monitor the health of the musculoskeletal system is super important,” said Gutruf, who is also a member of the university’s BIO5 Institute. “With this interface, you basically have a computer on the bone. This technology platform allows us to create investigative tools for scientists to discover how the musculoskeletal system works and to use the information gathered to benefit recovery and therapy.”

Because muscles are so close to bones and move so frequently, it is important that the device be thin enough to avoid irritating surrounding tissue or becoming dislodged, Gutruf explained.

“The device’s thin structure, roughly as thick as a sheet of paper, means it can conform to the curvature of the bone, forming a tight interface,” said Alex Burton, a doctoral student in biomedical engineering and co-first author of the study. “They also do not need a battery. This is possible using a power casting and communication method called near-field communication, or NFC, which is also used in smartphones for contactless pay.”

Ceramic Adhesive Grows to Bone

The outer layers of bones shed and renew just like the outer layers of skin. So, if a traditional adhesive was used to attach something to the bone, it would fall off after just a few months. To address this challenge, study co-author and BIO5 Institute member John Szivek — a professor of orthopedic surgery and biomedical engineering — developed an adhesive that contains calcium particles with an atomic structure similar to bone cells, which is used as to secure osseosurface electronics to the bone.

“The bone basically thinks the device is part of it, and grows to the sensor itself,” Gutruf said. “This allows it to form a permanent bond to the bone and take measurements over long periods of time.”

For instance, a doctor could attach the device to a broken or fractured bone to monitor the healing process. This could be particularly helpful in patients with conditions such as osteoporosis, since they frequently suffer refractures. Knowing how quickly and how well the bone is healing could also inform clinical treatment decisions, such as when to remove temporary hardware like plates, rods or screws.

Some patients are prescribed drugs designed to speed up bone healing or improve bone density, but these prescriptions can have side effects. Close bone monitoring would allow physicians to make more informed decisions about drug dosage levels.

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Researchers develop ultra-thin ?laptop on the bone?

[date_timestamp] => 1637573077 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Covid-19 around the world: New Zealand drops lockdowns; Australia reopens its borders to some foreigners [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/covid-19-around-the-world-new-zealand-drops-lockdowns-australia-reopens-its-borders-to-some-foreigners/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 09:05:54 +0000 [category] => World NewsAustraliabordersCovid19dropsforeignerslockdownsreopensZealand [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9361 [description] => As the number of contaminations rises again and part of Europe reinstates severe restrictions, New Zealand and Australia, which have long applied particularly strict measures, are relaxing their anti-virus policies. epidemic. In graphics: Austria, Germany, the Netherlands? visualize the magnitude of the wave in certain European countries The Covid-19 pandemic has killed more than 5,100,000 ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

As the number of contaminations rises again and part of Europe reinstates severe restrictions, New Zealand and Australia, which have long applied particularly strict measures, are relaxing their anti-virus policies. epidemic.

In graphics: Austria, Germany, the Netherlands? visualize the magnitude of the wave in certain European countries

The Covid-19 pandemic has killed more than 5,100,000 people worldwide since the end of 2019, according to a report established by Agence France-Presse (AFP) from official sources, Sunday, November 21 in the middle of daytime. The United States is the most affected (771,013 deaths), ahead of Brazil (612,587), India (465,662), Mexico (292,372) and Russia (264,095).

However, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, taking into account the excess mortality directly and indirectly linked to Covid-19, that the overall toll of the pandemic could be two to three times higher.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announces the end of confinement in Auckland on November 22, 2021, in Wellington.

New Zealand authorities will end Auckland’s three-and-a-half-month lockdown in early December, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday (November 22). The country’s largest city is currently isolated from the rest of New Zealand, with roadblocks to be lifted on December 15.

Mme Ardern also announced that from December 3 New Zealand will adopt a new response to the outbreak aimed at containing the spread of the Delta variant rather than attempting to eliminate it altogether. ?The hard truth is that [le variant] Delta is here and is not about to disappear ?, she told reporters.

Until now, his government has aimed for a complete elimination of the virus, a so-called ?zero Covid? strategy, with strict containment measures, rigorous traceability of contacts and strict border controls. The disease has killed only 40 people out of a population of five million.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Australia and New Zealand mark the end of the “zero Covid” strategy

Mme Ardern had initially planned to change policy when the country reached a 90% vaccination rate, but eventually brought forward the reopening when the vaccination level is around 83%.

The new system looks like traffic lights: green means virtually no virus control; the orange imposes the wearing of the mask in certain places; red allows businesses to remain open to vaccinated customers only and observing physical distancing. Auckland will be marked in red, the prime minister said, adding that authorities were still in the process of classifying the other areas. Strict quarantine rules for arrivals from overseas will remain in place, but Mr.me Ardern has pledged to relax them early next year.

The first arrivals at Sydney Airport on November 1, 2021, as vaccinated Australians living abroad were allowed to return to their country without quarantine for the first time since March 2020.

?Australia is reopening. ” It was with these words that Home Secretary Karen Andrews on Monday announced that the country would welcome back foreign students, skilled workers and working holiday visa holders starting next month. This is’“A new step forward for Australia”, commented Mme Andrews

Twenty months after the closure of Australian borders, some foreigners will be able to enter the territory from 1is December. With the new ruling, in addition to Australian citizens, visa holders and citizens of Japan, South Korea and Singapore will now be able to travel to the country with only a negative test result before departure if they are vaccinated. However, some Australian states still require a quarantine on entry.

According to Universities Australia, which represents the university sector, 130,000 international students are still outside the country. “They want nothing more than to join their classmates in Australia”said the group’s chief executive, Catriona Jackson, who called the decision” excellent news “.

Scott Morrison’s government lifted restrictions on overseas travel for Australians last month, but flatly refused to ease restrictions for foreigners. The decision had blocked around 1.4 million qualified visa holders on the island mainland, with no possibility of return if they decided to leave the country.

No indication has yet been given as to the reopening of the country to tourism; a blow for the sector, hard hit, the number of visitors having practically reduced to nothing since the closure of the borders in March 2020.

The World with AFP

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Covid-19 around the world: New Zealand drops lockdowns; Australia reopens its borders to some foreigners

) [summary] => As the number of contaminations rises again and part of Europe reinstates severe restrictions, New Zealand and Australia, which have long applied particularly strict measures, are relaxing their anti-virus policies. epidemic. In graphics: Austria, Germany, the Netherlands? visualize the magnitude of the wave in certain European countries The Covid-19 pandemic has killed more than 5,100,000 ... Read more [atom_content] =>

As the number of contaminations rises again and part of Europe reinstates severe restrictions, New Zealand and Australia, which have long applied particularly strict measures, are relaxing their anti-virus policies. epidemic.

In graphics: Austria, Germany, the Netherlands? visualize the magnitude of the wave in certain European countries

The Covid-19 pandemic has killed more than 5,100,000 people worldwide since the end of 2019, according to a report established by Agence France-Presse (AFP) from official sources, Sunday, November 21 in the middle of daytime. The United States is the most affected (771,013 deaths), ahead of Brazil (612,587), India (465,662), Mexico (292,372) and Russia (264,095).

However, the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, taking into account the excess mortality directly and indirectly linked to Covid-19, that the overall toll of the pandemic could be two to three times higher.

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern announces the end of confinement in Auckland on November 22, 2021, in Wellington.

New Zealand authorities will end Auckland’s three-and-a-half-month lockdown in early December, Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Monday (November 22). The country’s largest city is currently isolated from the rest of New Zealand, with roadblocks to be lifted on December 15.

Mme Ardern also announced that from December 3 New Zealand will adopt a new response to the outbreak aimed at containing the spread of the Delta variant rather than attempting to eliminate it altogether. ?The hard truth is that [le variant] Delta is here and is not about to disappear ?, she told reporters.

Until now, his government has aimed for a complete elimination of the virus, a so-called ?zero Covid? strategy, with strict containment measures, rigorous traceability of contacts and strict border controls. The disease has killed only 40 people out of a population of five million.

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers Australia and New Zealand mark the end of the “zero Covid” strategy

Mme Ardern had initially planned to change policy when the country reached a 90% vaccination rate, but eventually brought forward the reopening when the vaccination level is around 83%.

The new system looks like traffic lights: green means virtually no virus control; the orange imposes the wearing of the mask in certain places; red allows businesses to remain open to vaccinated customers only and observing physical distancing. Auckland will be marked in red, the prime minister said, adding that authorities were still in the process of classifying the other areas. Strict quarantine rules for arrivals from overseas will remain in place, but Mr.me Ardern has pledged to relax them early next year.

The first arrivals at Sydney Airport on November 1, 2021, as vaccinated Australians living abroad were allowed to return to their country without quarantine for the first time since March 2020.

?Australia is reopening. ” It was with these words that Home Secretary Karen Andrews on Monday announced that the country would welcome back foreign students, skilled workers and working holiday visa holders starting next month. This is’“A new step forward for Australia”, commented Mme Andrews

Twenty months after the closure of Australian borders, some foreigners will be able to enter the territory from 1is December. With the new ruling, in addition to Australian citizens, visa holders and citizens of Japan, South Korea and Singapore will now be able to travel to the country with only a negative test result before departure if they are vaccinated. However, some Australian states still require a quarantine on entry.

According to Universities Australia, which represents the university sector, 130,000 international students are still outside the country. “They want nothing more than to join their classmates in Australia”said the group’s chief executive, Catriona Jackson, who called the decision” excellent news “.

Scott Morrison’s government lifted restrictions on overseas travel for Australians last month, but flatly refused to ease restrictions for foreigners. The decision had blocked around 1.4 million qualified visa holders on the island mainland, with no possibility of return if they decided to leave the country.

No indication has yet been given as to the reopening of the country to tourism; a blow for the sector, hard hit, the number of visitors having practically reduced to nothing since the closure of the borders in March 2020.

The World with AFP

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Covid-19 around the world: New Zealand drops lockdowns; Australia reopens its borders to some foreigners

[date_timestamp] => 1637571954 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => Milan, bronchiolitis boom among children in the Milanese area, the head of Buzzi: ?Don?t send them to the nursery? [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/milan-bronchiolitis-boom-among-children-in-the-milanese-area-the-head-of-buzzi-dont-send-them-to-the-nursery/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Tom Pauler ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 09:02:41 +0000 [category] => HobbiesboomBronchiolitisBuzzichildrenMilanMilanesenurserysend [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9358 [description] => Full pediatricians in all hospitals in the Milanese. And neonatal intensive care in trouble for the epidemic of bronchiolitis from syncytial virus (Rsv), which runs fast in Milan among children under two years of age. ?We have no time to waste, we have to find other beds to care for newborns who need to be ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Full pediatricians in all hospitals in the Milanese. And neonatal intensive care in trouble for the epidemic of bronchiolitis from syncytial virus (Rsv), which runs fast in Milan among children under two years of age. ?We have no time to waste, we have to find other beds to care for newborns who need to be hospitalized. So as not to transfer them to structures outside the Regions and avoid many problems for families ».

Bronchiolitis boom in Milan: full wards and children transferred even outside the region

Gian Vincenzo Zuccotti, dean of the Faculty of Medicine in the State and head physician of Buzzi, the children’s hospital in Milan, raises the alarm: «It is an important epidemic affecting infants. Surely the next few weeks will be delicate and, for this very reason, I would advise parents not to send their children to the nursery, at least for a short period, because community life favors the spread of the virus “. There is no need to frighten mothers and fathers, but not to minimize it, because it is a “difficult to manage” pandemic. At Buzzi the reorganization of the departments began on Saturday, so as to recover space and all that is needed to assist the very young, who also need oxygen at high concentrations. The severity of the infection is understood by discovering the numbers of baby patients: “At Buzzi we have an emergency room that is crowded 24 hours a day, which means, to be clear, that when we discharge 10 children, we have 11 waiting to be hospitalized “. A continuous flow of little patients, even 4 months, 6 months: «The 40 beds we have are always all occupied, 90% of them due to bronchiolitis. The 8-seat ICU is full, therefore, we decided to use a pediatric wing, bordering resuscitation, for the most troubling cases so that they can be monitored by resuscitators. And we open a half ward with 6 beds in another block of the hospital, ?explains the head physician. In this way, transfers outside Lombardy will be avoided: the last one was organized, last Thursday, by the Buzzi doctors, who found availability in Piedmont.

The problem is not only in Milan, where the impact is greater due to the amount of newborns followed in hospitals, but is widespread throughout the Region. “For the moment, however, the system holds up,” assures Zuccotti. But it is tough, because “in pediatrics we are experiencing everything that we have not faced for pediatric Covid which, in the last two months, at Buzzi, for example, caused a single hospitalization for 24 hours”. This time it is not Covid 19 that makes us tremble, but the RSV, which also hit the daughter of Fedez and Chiara Ferragni, who is healed: this year it spread two months in advance and is aggressive, perhaps for a “Immune debt” linked to the lack of circulation last winter when anti-Covid restrictions forced home isolation. ?We have to hold on. And the flu has not yet appeared: we need to understand how it will manifest itself », concludes Zuccotti.


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) [summary] => Full pediatricians in all hospitals in the Milanese. And neonatal intensive care in trouble for the epidemic of bronchiolitis from syncytial virus (Rsv), which runs fast in Milan among children under two years of age. ?We have no time to waste, we have to find other beds to care for newborns who need to be ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Full pediatricians in all hospitals in the Milanese. And neonatal intensive care in trouble for the epidemic of bronchiolitis from syncytial virus (Rsv), which runs fast in Milan among children under two years of age. ?We have no time to waste, we have to find other beds to care for newborns who need to be hospitalized. So as not to transfer them to structures outside the Regions and avoid many problems for families ».

Bronchiolitis boom in Milan: full wards and children transferred even outside the region

Gian Vincenzo Zuccotti, dean of the Faculty of Medicine in the State and head physician of Buzzi, the children’s hospital in Milan, raises the alarm: «It is an important epidemic affecting infants. Surely the next few weeks will be delicate and, for this very reason, I would advise parents not to send their children to the nursery, at least for a short period, because community life favors the spread of the virus “. There is no need to frighten mothers and fathers, but not to minimize it, because it is a “difficult to manage” pandemic. At Buzzi the reorganization of the departments began on Saturday, so as to recover space and all that is needed to assist the very young, who also need oxygen at high concentrations. The severity of the infection is understood by discovering the numbers of baby patients: “At Buzzi we have an emergency room that is crowded 24 hours a day, which means, to be clear, that when we discharge 10 children, we have 11 waiting to be hospitalized “. A continuous flow of little patients, even 4 months, 6 months: «The 40 beds we have are always all occupied, 90% of them due to bronchiolitis. The 8-seat ICU is full, therefore, we decided to use a pediatric wing, bordering resuscitation, for the most troubling cases so that they can be monitored by resuscitators. And we open a half ward with 6 beds in another block of the hospital, ?explains the head physician. In this way, transfers outside Lombardy will be avoided: the last one was organized, last Thursday, by the Buzzi doctors, who found availability in Piedmont.

The problem is not only in Milan, where the impact is greater due to the amount of newborns followed in hospitals, but is widespread throughout the Region. “For the moment, however, the system holds up,” assures Zuccotti. But it is tough, because “in pediatrics we are experiencing everything that we have not faced for pediatric Covid which, in the last two months, at Buzzi, for example, caused a single hospitalization for 24 hours”. This time it is not Covid 19 that makes us tremble, but the RSV, which also hit the daughter of Fedez and Chiara Ferragni, who is healed: this year it spread two months in advance and is aggressive, perhaps for a “Immune debt” linked to the lack of circulation last winter when anti-Covid restrictions forced home isolation. ?We have to hold on. And the flu has not yet appeared: we need to understand how it will manifest itself », concludes Zuccotti.


Last updated: Monday 22 November 2021, 09:57

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[date_timestamp] => 1637571761 ) [7] => Array ( [title] => ?John Wick? and Keanu Reeves: What is known about ?The Continental?? [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/john-wick-and-keanu-reeves-what-is-known-about-the-continental/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 09:01:41 +0000 [category] => CelebrityContinentalJohnKeanuReevesWick [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9355 [description] => John Wick it is the triumph of simplicity. Each of the three films starring Keanu Reeves do not have a complex plot. There are also no phrases and extensive dialogues, in the style Game of Thrones, during which philosophy is done. No. John Wick you don’t point to that line and you don’t need to. ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

John Wick it is the triumph of simplicity. Each of the three films starring Keanu Reeves do not have a complex plot. There are also no phrases and extensive dialogues, in the style Game of Thrones, during which philosophy is done. No. John Wick you don’t point to that line and you don’t need to. He is moved by more mundane and close issues: revenge and the sense of survival.

Those reasons are part of the elements that made it one of the best action movies of recent years. Presenting violence in a stark form is a declaration of principles of Lionsgate. The production house is saying out loud: ?Do you want action movies? Here’s one! ” John Wick has no other aspirations: his objectives are clear and everything he develops through Keanu Reeves he does it in a good way. It is an example of when less is more. Much more.

In this context of violence, impeccable fight choreographies and blood, silence and calm are found in one place: The Continental. That hotel franchise that functions as embassies of crime. There, all those who are part of that network of murderers can stop to sleep one night or converse as people free of guilt. About that place, in particular the headquarters located in New York, will be one of the spin-off inspired by the universe John Wick.

‘The Continental’: Why is it a good idea?

The series will bear the same name as the hotel, The Continental. For now, it is expected to take place in New York, where the headquarters are managed by Winston. This character, in the three films of John Wick, Is interpreted by Ian McShane. If no more has been written about him and among film fans this work is not cited in good terms, it is worth suspecting that it has to do with the contempt that action films usually have.

In addition to his work as the site manager, Winston has a close relationship with John Wick. In such a murky universe, the definition of that bond could be friendship. This causes different moments of complicity and, also, tension between the two of them – especially when John violates the rules of The Continental-. However, little of that relationship will be covered in the series, as advanced Kevin Beggs, president of Lionsgate.

Did it in Deadline, detailing that The Continental It will be set about 40 years before the events already developed in John Wick. Delving into the origin of that character, Winston, and his emporium of luxury and blood would contribute to the narrative universe of the production a series of ideas and explanations that it does not currently have. The action of John Wick is sustained in small details, such as the presence of the Russians, different types of mafias or why the character of Keanu Reeves returns from retirement. These aspects make it much more than blows: they provide the viewer with meaning, they give verisimilitude to the plot, they are the threads that support the figures.

In the case of The ContinentalTo the value of knowing how Winston arose and where it comes from, another aspect is added: the contrast it offers with everything that happens outside of it. In a world where anyone can kill another, that is the only place where violence is not allowed. Addressing the emergence of that essence and the personality of its administrator is more than attractive. It is necessary.

What is known?

Kevin Beggs explained in Deadline who are “exploring in The Continental young Winston and how he and his team came to this hotel that we first met in the movie franchise 40 years later. ” What would that context be, 40 years before what happened in John Wick?

According to Beggs, it will be ?a New York that collapses in the 1970s with a garbage strike that has piled garbage bags on the third floor of most houses. The mob is getting into that business, ?with Winston as one of the key figures. While this series was announced a few years ago, it has taken its time. In that interview, the president of Lionsgate commented that part of the production is being carried along with the team of the series. Wayne (a work that can be seen on YouTube).

One of the questions that has surrounded The Continental is whether or not Keanu Reeves will be in it. At first, various rumors suggested the possibility. The franchise was on the rise. Reeves found a role that relaunched his career, which became ‘his’ character. However, considering the time of the plot, it doesn’t seem to make much sense for it to appear.

In relation to this point, Beggs denied that possibility and explained how they are thinking about this type of productions. From Lionsgate they think of “the prequels of Game of Thrones before meeting the protagonists that we all know, here (The Continental) you know ‘the world’. Keanu Reeves and Chad Stahelski (the director of the trilogy) have read all the drafts and have supported the expansion of this universe in a significant way.

That said, Beggs also added in relation to Keanu Reeves that “I never discount anything, but at this point he is quite busy making his films that are very important to us.” In relation to the number of chapters and the duration, Beggs raised the possibility that they will be three of 90 minutes that as a spectator ?you could interpret as a limited series or a limited series of events.? The launch of this series is expected to occur after the premiere of John Wick 4.

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‘John Wick’ and Keanu Reeves: What is known about ‘The Continental’?

) [summary] => John Wick it is the triumph of simplicity. Each of the three films starring Keanu Reeves do not have a complex plot. There are also no phrases and extensive dialogues, in the style Game of Thrones, during which philosophy is done. No. John Wick you don’t point to that line and you don’t need to. ... Read more [atom_content] =>

John Wick it is the triumph of simplicity. Each of the three films starring Keanu Reeves do not have a complex plot. There are also no phrases and extensive dialogues, in the style Game of Thrones, during which philosophy is done. No. John Wick you don’t point to that line and you don’t need to. He is moved by more mundane and close issues: revenge and the sense of survival.

Those reasons are part of the elements that made it one of the best action movies of recent years. Presenting violence in a stark form is a declaration of principles of Lionsgate. The production house is saying out loud: ?Do you want action movies? Here’s one! ” John Wick has no other aspirations: his objectives are clear and everything he develops through Keanu Reeves he does it in a good way. It is an example of when less is more. Much more.

In this context of violence, impeccable fight choreographies and blood, silence and calm are found in one place: The Continental. That hotel franchise that functions as embassies of crime. There, all those who are part of that network of murderers can stop to sleep one night or converse as people free of guilt. About that place, in particular the headquarters located in New York, will be one of the spin-off inspired by the universe John Wick.

‘The Continental’: Why is it a good idea?

The series will bear the same name as the hotel, The Continental. For now, it is expected to take place in New York, where the headquarters are managed by Winston. This character, in the three films of John Wick, Is interpreted by Ian McShane. If no more has been written about him and among film fans this work is not cited in good terms, it is worth suspecting that it has to do with the contempt that action films usually have.

In addition to his work as the site manager, Winston has a close relationship with John Wick. In such a murky universe, the definition of that bond could be friendship. This causes different moments of complicity and, also, tension between the two of them – especially when John violates the rules of The Continental-. However, little of that relationship will be covered in the series, as advanced Kevin Beggs, president of Lionsgate.

Did it in Deadline, detailing that The Continental It will be set about 40 years before the events already developed in John Wick. Delving into the origin of that character, Winston, and his emporium of luxury and blood would contribute to the narrative universe of the production a series of ideas and explanations that it does not currently have. The action of John Wick is sustained in small details, such as the presence of the Russians, different types of mafias or why the character of Keanu Reeves returns from retirement. These aspects make it much more than blows: they provide the viewer with meaning, they give verisimilitude to the plot, they are the threads that support the figures.

In the case of The ContinentalTo the value of knowing how Winston arose and where it comes from, another aspect is added: the contrast it offers with everything that happens outside of it. In a world where anyone can kill another, that is the only place where violence is not allowed. Addressing the emergence of that essence and the personality of its administrator is more than attractive. It is necessary.

What is known?

Kevin Beggs explained in Deadline who are “exploring in The Continental young Winston and how he and his team came to this hotel that we first met in the movie franchise 40 years later. ” What would that context be, 40 years before what happened in John Wick?

According to Beggs, it will be ?a New York that collapses in the 1970s with a garbage strike that has piled garbage bags on the third floor of most houses. The mob is getting into that business, ?with Winston as one of the key figures. While this series was announced a few years ago, it has taken its time. In that interview, the president of Lionsgate commented that part of the production is being carried along with the team of the series. Wayne (a work that can be seen on YouTube).

One of the questions that has surrounded The Continental is whether or not Keanu Reeves will be in it. At first, various rumors suggested the possibility. The franchise was on the rise. Reeves found a role that relaunched his career, which became ‘his’ character. However, considering the time of the plot, it doesn’t seem to make much sense for it to appear.

In relation to this point, Beggs denied that possibility and explained how they are thinking about this type of productions. From Lionsgate they think of “the prequels of Game of Thrones before meeting the protagonists that we all know, here (The Continental) you know ‘the world’. Keanu Reeves and Chad Stahelski (the director of the trilogy) have read all the drafts and have supported the expansion of this universe in a significant way.

That said, Beggs also added in relation to Keanu Reeves that “I never discount anything, but at this point he is quite busy making his films that are very important to us.” In relation to the number of chapters and the duration, Beggs raised the possibility that they will be three of 90 minutes that as a spectator ?you could interpret as a limited series or a limited series of events.? The launch of this series is expected to occur after the premiere of John Wick 4.

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‘John Wick’ and Keanu Reeves: What is known about ‘The Continental’?

[date_timestamp] => 1637571701 ) [8] => Array ( [title] => In US, car speeds through Christmas parade, killing at least five and injuring dozens [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/in-us-car-speeds-through-christmas-parade-killing-at-least-five-and-injuring-dozens/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Paula Hooper ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:21:55 +0000 [category] => World NewscarChristmasdozensinjuringKillingparadespeeds [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9352 [description] => Police are investigating after a vehicle drove into the Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade procession on November 21, 2021. MIKE DE SISTI / USA TODAY NETWORK / REUTERS The Christmas parade was supposed to be a party in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Hundreds of families had gathered, warmly dressed because of the cold, to attend the parade of ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

The Christmas parade was supposed to be a party in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Hundreds of families had gathered, warmly dressed because of the cold, to attend the parade of school orchestras and many dance schools. At around 4:40 p.m. (local time), Sunday, November 21, a red SUV rushed into the procession, killing dozens of people, including children. At least five people have died and more than 40 are injured, city officials say in a press release published Sunday evening. The municipality said, however, that these figures were provisional and that the toll could worsen.

An unidentified person was arrested and taken into custody. The immobilized and dented vehicle is in the hands of the investigators. A police officer would have fired several times in the direction of the SUV, to stop its murderous course, as it was about to hit a roadblock. Amateur videos seized the car going up the procession very quickly, without zigzagging, before rushing into an orchestra, then moving away. The screams of the crowd followed the musical instruments that punctuated this 58e parade of history. Very quickly, in the general panic, the help was put in place to rescue the victims, on the asphalt of Main Street, the main artery of the city.

The red SUV speeding through the Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, in an image captured during a Facebook live, November 21, 2021.

Shots to stop the SUV’s murderous course

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee, which is about thirty kilometers away, said a priest and children at Waukesha Catholic school were affected. The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies, a friendly of older women, all grandmothers, who are used to parades, also said on Facebook that ” members [de leur] group and volunteers ? were among the victims. In 2020, the Christmas parade was canceled due to the Covid-19 epidemic.

The police refused to give the slightest indication of the first elements collected or to favor one of the three hypotheses: an attack, loss of control of the vehicle or a fleeing driver. A press conference is scheduled for midday on Monday. In the meantime, an emergency center has been set up for families looking for a loved one. Schools in the district will be closed on Monday. The drama area is closed to the public for further investigation. Photos and television footage showed blankets, chairs and strollers scattered across the sidewalks. Town mayor Shawn Reilly called the drama?Horrible and meaningless act?. Waukesha celebrates its 125 this yeare birthday. The White House has said it is closely monitoring the situation and awaiting the first results of the investigation.

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In US, car speeds through Christmas parade, killing at least five and injuring dozens

) [summary] => Police are investigating after a vehicle drove into the Waukesha, Wisconsin, Christmas parade procession on November 21, 2021. MIKE DE SISTI / USA TODAY NETWORK / REUTERS The Christmas parade was supposed to be a party in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Hundreds of families had gathered, warmly dressed because of the cold, to attend the parade of ... Read more [atom_content] =>

The Christmas parade was supposed to be a party in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Hundreds of families had gathered, warmly dressed because of the cold, to attend the parade of school orchestras and many dance schools. At around 4:40 p.m. (local time), Sunday, November 21, a red SUV rushed into the procession, killing dozens of people, including children. At least five people have died and more than 40 are injured, city officials say in a press release published Sunday evening. The municipality said, however, that these figures were provisional and that the toll could worsen.

An unidentified person was arrested and taken into custody. The immobilized and dented vehicle is in the hands of the investigators. A police officer would have fired several times in the direction of the SUV, to stop its murderous course, as it was about to hit a roadblock. Amateur videos seized the car going up the procession very quickly, without zigzagging, before rushing into an orchestra, then moving away. The screams of the crowd followed the musical instruments that punctuated this 58e parade of history. Very quickly, in the general panic, the help was put in place to rescue the victims, on the asphalt of Main Street, the main artery of the city.

The red SUV speeding through the Christmas parade in Waukesha, Wisconsin, in an image captured during a Facebook live, November 21, 2021.

Shots to stop the SUV’s murderous course

The Archdiocese of Milwaukee, which is about thirty kilometers away, said a priest and children at Waukesha Catholic school were affected. The Milwaukee Dancing Grannies, a friendly of older women, all grandmothers, who are used to parades, also said on Facebook that ” members [de leur] group and volunteers ? were among the victims. In 2020, the Christmas parade was canceled due to the Covid-19 epidemic.

The police refused to give the slightest indication of the first elements collected or to favor one of the three hypotheses: an attack, loss of control of the vehicle or a fleeing driver. A press conference is scheduled for midday on Monday. In the meantime, an emergency center has been set up for families looking for a loved one. Schools in the district will be closed on Monday. The drama area is closed to the public for further investigation. Photos and television footage showed blankets, chairs and strollers scattered across the sidewalks. Town mayor Shawn Reilly called the drama?Horrible and meaningless act?. Waukesha celebrates its 125 this yeare birthday. The White House has said it is closely monitoring the situation and awaiting the first results of the investigation.

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In US, car speeds through Christmas parade, killing at least five and injuring dozens

[date_timestamp] => 1637569315 ) [9] => Array ( [title] => The 5 Kirk Douglas movies everyone has to see [link] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/the-5-kirk-douglas-movies-everyone-has-to-see/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Sally Scully ) [pubdate] => Mon, 22 Nov 2021 08:11:34 +0000 [category] => CelebrityDouglasKirkMovies [guid] => https://wyomingnetworknews.com/?p=9349 [description] => NEW YORK. Kirk Douglas (born in New York in 1916) played roles that they marked the history of cinemafrom the slave Spartacus, sword in hand, to the disturbed painter Vincent van Gogh. He worked in more than 80 filmsbut, unlike younger generations, he never accepted a role in a sequel. He received three Academy Award ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

NEW YORK.

Kirk Douglas (born in New York in 1916) played roles that they marked the history of cinemafrom the slave Spartacus, sword in hand, to the disturbed painter Vincent van Gogh.

He worked in more than 80 filmsbut, unlike younger generations, he never accepted a role in a sequel.

He received three Academy Award nominations in six decades of career, but the statuette only came in 1996 when received the honorary Oscar.

And as his health prevented him from returning to the recording sets, he took on his now-widow, Anne Buydens, increasingly philanthropic, expressing his intention to donate most of your fortune to charity when they both died.

The couple rebuilt 400 schoolyards in Los Angeles and was responsible for the construction of “Harry’s Haven,” the Alzheimer’s unit named after Kirk’s father at the Home of the Film and Television Fund in Woodland Hills, California.

Kirk’s life was well lived and he leaves a legacy in film that will last for generations, and a story as a renowned philanthropist who worked to help the public and bring peace to the planet. I love you and I am proud to be your son. ” expressed Michael.

These are five of his most prominent roles:

“Champion” (1949)

Douglas won his first Oscar nomination with a hook for his role as Midge Kelly, a womanizing boxer who battles his own demons while climbing in the sport.

Recorded in 23 days with a $ 600,000 budget, the film ended up being the goose that lays golden eggs for director Mark Robson, who used one of his scenes for “Valley of the Dolls” 20 years later.

“The Bad and the Beautiful” (1952)

Starring alongside Lana Turner, Douglas plays the ambitious and relentless film producer Jonathan Shields, who unscrupulously uses colleagues and friends to get to the top.

The actor lost the Oscar again, but Gloria Grahame won as a supporting actress with a record performance of just nine minutes and 32 seconds.

“20,000 Leagues Under the sea” (1954)

The adaptation of the novel by Jules Verne -the first sci-fi movie ever shot with Cinemascope- it shows Douglas as the whaler Ned Land. The film has an 89% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and is considered one of Disney’s best films.

In his autobiography, Douglas recalls that, to maintain your reputation as a mere macho, he insisted on doing a scene in which he was walking with a beautiful woman on his arm before beating up with a sailor.

“Lust for life” (1956)

portrayal of a disturbed Van Gogh earned him his third Oscar nomination.

The actor recalled that during the filming of the scene in which the painter – mentally ill and entangled in unhappy relationships – cut off his ear, little Michael Douglas ran across the set thinking that his father had really mutilated himself.

“Spartacus” (1960)

It is certainly the role Douglas is best known for. His portrayal of the rebellious slave turned gladiator cemented his place not only in film history, but in modern popular culture.

The epic tape, directed by Stanley Kubrick, it also put an end to the blacklist that communists vetoed in the industry. Douglas, whose company produced the film, credited vetted author Dalton Trumbo.

John F. Kennedy, then president-elect, broke ranks and watched the movie as opposed to the American Legion of Veterans he campaigned against.

It was his son Michael Douglas who confirmed, Through his Facebook account, Kirk’s death at 103 years of age.

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) [summary] => NEW YORK. Kirk Douglas (born in New York in 1916) played roles that they marked the history of cinemafrom the slave Spartacus, sword in hand, to the disturbed painter Vincent van Gogh. He worked in more than 80 filmsbut, unlike younger generations, he never accepted a role in a sequel. He received three Academy Award ... Read more [atom_content] =>

NEW YORK.

Kirk Douglas (born in New York in 1916) played roles that they marked the history of cinemafrom the slave Spartacus, sword in hand, to the disturbed painter Vincent van Gogh.

He worked in more than 80 filmsbut, unlike younger generations, he never accepted a role in a sequel.

He received three Academy Award nominations in six decades of career, but the statuette only came in 1996 when received the honorary Oscar.

And as his health prevented him from returning to the recording sets, he took on his now-widow, Anne Buydens, increasingly philanthropic, expressing his intention to donate most of your fortune to charity when they both died.

The couple rebuilt 400 schoolyards in Los Angeles and was responsible for the construction of “Harry’s Haven,” the Alzheimer’s unit named after Kirk’s father at the Home of the Film and Television Fund in Woodland Hills, California.

Kirk’s life was well lived and he leaves a legacy in film that will last for generations, and a story as a renowned philanthropist who worked to help the public and bring peace to the planet. I love you and I am proud to be your son. ” expressed Michael.

These are five of his most prominent roles:

“Champion” (1949)

Douglas won his first Oscar nomination with a hook for his role as Midge Kelly, a womanizing boxer who battles his own demons while climbing in the sport.

Recorded in 23 days with a $ 600,000 budget, the film ended up being the goose that lays golden eggs for director Mark Robson, who used one of his scenes for “Valley of the Dolls” 20 years later.

“The Bad and the Beautiful” (1952)

Starring alongside Lana Turner, Douglas plays the ambitious and relentless film producer Jonathan Shields, who unscrupulously uses colleagues and friends to get to the top.

The actor lost the Oscar again, but Gloria Grahame won as a supporting actress with a record performance of just nine minutes and 32 seconds.

“20,000 Leagues Under the sea” (1954)

The adaptation of the novel by Jules Verne -the first sci-fi movie ever shot with Cinemascope- it shows Douglas as the whaler Ned Land. The film has an 89% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and is considered one of Disney’s best films.

In his autobiography, Douglas recalls that, to maintain your reputation as a mere macho, he insisted on doing a scene in which he was walking with a beautiful woman on his arm before beating up with a sailor.

“Lust for life” (1956)

portrayal of a disturbed Van Gogh earned him his third Oscar nomination.

The actor recalled that during the filming of the scene in which the painter – mentally ill and entangled in unhappy relationships – cut off his ear, little Michael Douglas ran across the set thinking that his father had really mutilated himself.

“Spartacus” (1960)

It is certainly the role Douglas is best known for. His portrayal of the rebellious slave turned gladiator cemented his place not only in film history, but in modern popular culture.

The epic tape, directed by Stanley Kubrick, it also put an end to the blacklist that communists vetoed in the industry. Douglas, whose company produced the film, credited vetted author Dalton Trumbo.

John F. Kennedy, then president-elect, broke ranks and watched the movie as opposed to the American Legion of Veterans he campaigned against.

It was his son Michael Douglas who confirmed, Through his Facebook account, Kirk’s death at 103 years of age.

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Dog takes the truck daily, without its owner, to go for a walk in the park

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The 5 Kirk Douglas movies everyone has to see

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