first_imgFacebook4Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Jennifer Penrose for Penrose Physical TherapyHave you been given the diagnosis of soft bone or “osteopenia” or “osteoporosis?”  Were you told by your doctor to increase your impact and weight lifting exercises and yet don’t do anything too strenuous or you might suffer a fracture?  Did you leave the office confused wondering what you should and shouldn’t do?We hear that story all the time.  We don’t fault the doctors; the system no longer has the ability to allow lengthy conversations about how to manage osteopenia or osteoporosis. We can help you understand what you can do to stay mobile and independent and set up a successful long term approach to this diagnosis.54 million Americans, 60% of people older than 55, have osteoporosis according to the National Osteoporosis Foundation.  Every year there are more spinal vertebral fractures than cardiac events and stroke combined.  It is a very real problem.  At Penrose Physical Therapy we want to help those age 55+ to minimize their risk for fracture and increase their bone density.  Watch this YouTube video to learn more.Penrose Physical Therapy is dedicated to helping people increase their mobility, function, and pain without the use of medications or surgery even if you have suffered for years!  If you need some help check out the Penrose Physical Therapy website for FREE tips reports.last_img read more


first_imgSime Darby Plantation Berhad (SDP) has assured the government of its commitment to uphold the values of human rights at all time while operating on Liberian soil.The company’s statement follows Thursday, April 19, hearing at the House of Representatives where management representatives from Sime Darby Plantation-Liberia (SDP-L), a subsidiary of SDP were summoned to provide clarification on the mistreatment allegedly perpetrated by the company’s security officers against a John Davies, a Liberian. The incident was video recorded and spread via social media (facebook).In a press statement on April 22, SDP-L expressed regret that the general manager was unable to disclosed details of the video during the hearing as requested by the House of Representative.SDP-L said its views this as omission as a serious matter, and has issue directive for the management to immediately addressed by the SDP-L.“SDP-L will like to assure that the management team that it will provide full cooperation to the house of representatives and used every opportunity in the next hearing scheduled on April 24 to demonstrate the commitment,” the statement indicated.The statement said SDP-L opposing human rights impacts arising from their  business activities are identified they  are committed to mitigating the negative effects, and where possible to address and resolve such impacts in a timely manner.SDP-L added, “as a responsible global company, it would like to reiterate her commitment and strict adherence to human rights charter.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more


first_imgThe driver of a semi-trailer has been taken to hospital in Fort St. John and RCMP say the condition of the person isn’t known, at this time.Traffic is being re-routed both north and south of the accident scene. There’s no indication just how much diesel fuel has spilled.  Taylor Fire & Rescue is on the scene.  The Provincial Emergency Program has been notified.Conditions on area highways were slick early this morning after as much as two centimetres of snow fell on the region.  RCMP, however, have yet to confirm if road conditions did play a factor.- Advertisement –last_img


first_img0Shares0000Manchester United’s manager Jose Mourinho said Christmas has been a tough time for him as it is the first one since the death of his father in June 2017 © AFP/File / Geoff CADDICKLONDON, United Kingdom, Dec 25 – Jose Mourinho aimed a Christmas Day dig at Manchester City, claiming the runaway Premier League leaders have been handed an unfair advantage by playing their next match more than a day later than his United team.United welcome Burnley to Old Trafford on Tuesday but City, who have a huge 13-point lead over their city rivals, won’t play again until Wednesday night when they travel to Newcastle. Last Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Leicester was the first of four top-flight games in 10 days for United.“I’m not just saying about the privileged teams with six days to recover and to enjoy and to prepare for the next one, but also the ones with a little bit more (time) than us, for example the ones that play after tomorrow — that extra day means a lot,” Mourinho told Sky Sports News.“It means probably they are not working today, it means they can be back to work tomorrow and prepare for the next day. The problem that I see here is the difference between some teams.“But what I call the December injuries in English football are arriving. Some players are leaving the pitch after 15-20 minutes, some others don’t resist for the 90.“Of course it depends on many factors, but we open the door for what I call the December injuries.”Mourinho also admitted that Christmas had been a tough time for him as it was the first one since the death of his father, former Portugal goalkeeper Jose Manuel Mourinho Felix, in June.“It’s the first Christmas without my father and I think that’s the most difficult one,” he said.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)last_img read more


first_img1 Victor Valdes’ miserable spell at Manchester United might be nearing its end after the player received contact from Sporting Lisbon about a possible move. The former Barcelona goalkeeper fell out with United manager Louis van Gaal last summer and is currently on loan at Belgian club Standard Liege. Valdes is due to return to Old Trafford in the summer but United are trying to work on a deal to get him off their books as soon as possible. And now, according to AS, the 34-year-old Spaniard has been in contact with Sporting about a one-year deal. Sporting are currently three points clear of Benfica at the top of the Primeira Liga and will be able to offer Valdes Champions League football next season. Victor Valdes last_img


first_imgClub Notes – Naomh Adhamhnáin – 14.11.11Hard luck to the Juniors on losing their Co. Final to Naomh Ultan on Sunday in Donegal Town. After a long year with very little football until recent weeks it was a tough loss to take for players that trained week after week with no sign of a game right through the Summer. Andrew, Brian and the lads can be proud of their efforts this year and they complete their League campaign with  a home game against St. Michael’s this Sunday with a 2:30pm throw-in at home in the Park. Thanks to Terry McEniff and staff for the excellent meal after the game in the Mt. Errigal and to the supporters that travelled to Tir Conaill Park.The Minor footballers will be in action in the Ulster Championship on Decmeber 11th. More details in the coming weeks. The U-16 hurlers have a game this week. We are awaiting details.U-10 indoor hurling training has started on Wednesday’s in the Aura from 7pm – 8pm. U-12 indoor Camogie training also Wed 7-8pm in the Aura. The U6/U8 hurling/camogie Academies have also returned on Friday’s in the LYIT sports hall 6:30-7:30pm. As per usual there is a small charge (€3) to help fund the room hire. New members welcome.There will be a General Club Meeting next Tuesday, November 22nd in the Clubhouse at 7:30pm to further discuss and update the Boundary issue. All club members welcome.The date for the Minor Board AGM will be set this week. It is likely to take place in early December so all team managers and officers are asked to start submitting their reports to Tracey McVeigh (tracey_mcveigh@yahoo.co.uk) asap. Best of luck to Junior player Sean Feeney who takes part in the Charity boxing next week in aid of the Children’s Hospital.Best wishes to Shane McGeever as he heads Down Under this weekend.There were 3 winners in this week’s Lotto Draw with each matching 3 numbers and winning €35. Martin O’Donnell, Tullygay (Adrian), Sean Grant, Orchard Grove and Eugene Sullivan, The Fairways. 2-3-7-13 were this week’s winning numbers.We extend our deepest sympathies to Vincent McGlynn and his family on the sudden passing of his mother, Mary. May she Rest In Peace.GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA NOTES was last modified: November 15th, 2011 by BrendaShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:GAA: ST EUNAN’S GAA NOTESlast_img read more


first_imgTESCO Ireland has hit back at claims that it is responsible for the loss of 100 jobs – half of them in Co Donegal.Muff-based Rock Shopfitting Services was employed by the global supermarket giant in its stores here.MD Martin McCafferty claimed yesterday that his company had lost out to larger companies – even though he believes his prices were up to a third cheaper. Angry workers have set up a Facebook page denouncing Tesco over the move to award the contracts elsewhere, with a French company picking up most of the business.But in a statement a Tesco Ireland spokesman said the Co Donegal company had simply lost out in the tendering process.And the supermarket also said it would welcome tenders for further work by the Donegal company in the future.“We are aware of Rock Services concerns, but we are satisfied that they are being dealt with fairly and transparently,” said a Tesco Ireland spokesperson. “We have a very competitive but clear tender process and we continue to invite them to tender for work.“The tender for the most recent contract was won by two Irish entities.” TESCO HITS BACK: IT’S NOT OUR FAULT 50 DONEGAL JOBS ARE BEING AXED was last modified: August 28th, 2013 by John2Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:donegal daily newsDonegal job lossestescolast_img read more


first_imgFulham make one change from Saturday’s FA Cup defeat at Sheffield Wednesday with Moussa Dembele replacing the injured Cauley Woodrow.Woodrow is expected to miss up to three months after suffering a fractured metatarsal at Hillsborough.Richard Stearman, signed from Wolves, is only among the Fulham substitutes on his return to Molineux, while George Williams is also on the bench – his first appearance in a matchday squad since February.Wolves have Bjorn Sigurdarson ruled out with an ankle injury, with Jordan Graham replacing him in their own change from the weekend.Michal Zyro is fit but Kortney Hause (hamstring) is still out and Carl Ikeme continues in goal despite Arsenal loanee Emiliano Martinez returning to fitness.Kick-off has been delayed 15 minutes to 8pm after traffic congestion caused by an accident.Wolves: Ikeme; Iorfa, Batth, Ebanks-Landell, Doherty; McDonald, Coady; Van La Parra, Edwards, Graham; ZyroSubs: Martinez, Golbourne, Saville, Price, Henry, Byrne, Le Fondre.Fulham: Lonergan; Richards, Hutchinson, Burn, Garbutt; Cairney, O’Hara, Christensen, Kacaniklic; Dembele, McCormack. Subs: Lewis, Stearman, Ream, Fredericks, Hyndman, Williams, Smith.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more


first_imgUnicorns exist – in the north sea.  Not horses, these are marine mammals, called narwhals, a kind of whale that sports a unique spiraling tooth that gives them the appearance of a unicorn.  Scientists have puzzled for centuries over what these tusks are for.  Leading theories were that males used them for joisting to defend territory, or they were artifacts of sexual selection.  Now, scientists from Harvard School of Dental Medicine under Martin Nweeia think they have solved the mystery.  The tusk is lined with ten million tiny nerve connections that give this unusual tooth an extremely sensitive probe into the temperature, salinity and pressure of the icy water in which they live.  With the proteinaceous membrane on the outer surface connected to the nerves inside, it acts as an antenna of sorts, guiding the animals to their prey in the deep water or sensing the environment at the surface.    The tooth on males can be up to nine feet long, yet is resistant to breakage.  It grows in a spiral pattern straight out without curving, as with elephant tusks.  No other mammal has a tooth anything like it; the press release states, “there is no comparison in nature and certainly none more unique in tooth form, expression, and functional adaptation.”  Tooth scientists are interested in learning how the narwhal tooth remains both strong and flexible (it can bend a foot without breaking), for possible applications in restorative dental materials.  See also the reports on LiveScience, National Geographic News, and Science Daily.  Narwhals have also been seeing rubbing one another’s tusks for perhaps some pleasurable or social purpose humans cannot imagine.No missing links.  Functionally useful.  Optimally designed.  The truth about the tooth required discounting evolutionary stories and going into the Arctic to study these animals and their structures up close, to determine their design.  Chalk up another study that assumed there was a purpose beyond the just-so stories, and did good scientific work to uncover it.  Now we can all be amazed a little more.(Visited 10 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more


first_img20 March 2014 South African Davis Cup tennis captain John-Laffnie de Jager has been appointed president of the Global Professional Tennis Coaches Association (GPTCA). The organisation, which is affiliated to the ATP World Tour, is dedicated to improving the performance of tennis coaches to enable them to help aspiring pro players and take world-class tennis to an even a higher level. ‘A career highlight’ “To be chosen by such peers as their president is indeed a career highlight and something of which I am extremely proud,” De Jager told the South African Press Association (Sapa) on Tuesday. He is the first South African to be elected GPTCA president. “De Jager’s vast knowledge of tennis at a professional and grass-roots level, his experience as a Davis Cup captain and ability as a past player of note were all products of his passion and dedication to the game,” the GPTCA said in a statement. “His admirable and enthusiastic attitude regarding all aspects of tennis are recognised by colleagues and players alike. “The main goal of the GPTCA is to expose coaches and players to developments of the game at the highest level – and, with this in mind, De Jager has been in the forefront.”Coaching roles Apart from being South Africa’s Davis Cup captain, De Jager coaches two of the world’s leading doubles teams, Poland’s Marcin Matkowski and Mariusz Fyrstenburg and the Dutch-Romanian pair of Julien Rojer and Horia Tecan. He also coaches the Springfield Lasers in the United States’ World Team Tennis event. In 2013, he helped them reach the final of the competition.Career De Jager excelled as a doubles player on the ATP World Tour, reaching a career high ranking of number 11. In mixed doubles, he contested the 1995 French Open and the 1997 Australian Open finals. In total, he won seven career doubles titles and finished as a runner-up 12 times. In the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, De Jager and his partner David Adams made it to the semi-finals where they lost to the Canadian pair of Sebastien Lareau and Daniel Nestor, whom they had beaten earlier in the competition. In the end the South African pair narrowly missed out on a medal, losing to Alex Corretja and Albert Costa of Spain in three sets in the playoff for the bronze medal.last_img read more