An unhealthy, inflamed gut can drive breast cancer to become much more invasive and promote the spread of the disease to other parts of the body. According to the researchers from the University of Virginia in the US, following a healthy diet and lifestyle can help reduce severity of breast cancer. The study found that disrupting the microbiome of mice caused hormone receptor-positive breast cancer to become more aggressive. Altering the microbiome, the collection of microorganisms that live in the gut and elsewhere, had dramatic effects in the body, priming the cancer to spread. Also Read – Pollution makes you more aggressive”When we disrupted the microbiome’s equilibrium in mice by chronically treating them antibiotics, it resulted in inflammation systemically and within the mammary tissue,” said Melanie Rutkowski, from the University of Virginia. “In this inflamed environment, tumour cells were much more able to disseminate from the tissue into the blood and to the lungs, which is a major site for hormone receptor-positive breast cancer to metastasize,” said Rutkowski. Also Read – Physical therapy better for low back painMost breast cancers are hormone receptor positive, which means that their growth is fuelled by a hormone, either estrogen or progesterone. These hormones might help increasing the rate of growth of the cancer cells, but luckily they are also more likely to respond well to hormone therapy. “Disrupting the microbiome resulted in long-term inflammation within the tissue and the tumour environment,” said Rutkowski. “These findings suggest that having an unhealthy microbiome, and the changes that occur within the tissue that are related to an unhealthy microbiome, may be early predictors of invasive or metastatic breast cancer,” she said. “Ultimately, based upon these findings, we would speculate that an unhealthy microbiome contributes to increased invasion and a higher incidence of metastatic disease,” she added. Further research may help doctors to find a way to manipulate the microbiome in such a way that it may help reduce or get rid of breast cancer in patients, researchers said. “A healthy diet, high in fibre, along with exercise, sleep – all of those things that contribute to positive overall health,” said Rutkowski. Such measures can improve overall health, which is associated with a favourable outcome in the long term for breast cancer, Rutkowski said. read more
MONTREAL — The head of CIBC says the bank was willing to take a short-term earnings hit from losing about half of its Aeroplan credit card customers because of the benefit from launching its own card for travel on any airline.The net impact of its deal with TD Bank, announced early this week after weeks of negotiation, will be short-term and total less than 30 cents per share, CIBC chief executive Gerry McCaughey told a conference Wednesday.Under the deal between the two banks and Aimia announced Monday, CIBC will receive about $312.5-million for shifting about 500,000 cardholder accounts to TD. Aimia will fund about $150-million of the payments to CIBC.Losing half the Aeroplan customers will lower CIBC’s ongoing earnings per share by about 45 cents, but renewing the contract would have cost 15 cents per share.McCaughey says retaining complete control of the “value proposition” of its own card was a critical part of its decision not to renew with Aimia, while the deal with TD gives it the best of both worlds by allowing CIBC to continue to issue Aeroplan cards to customers who fly mainly with Air Canada.Tim Hockey of TD Bank told the conference later that the bank was “pleasantly surprised” by the both the high spending and “nice” level of balances held by Aeroplan card members.The Aeroplan deal also helps TD’s efforts to further tap into the U.S. market after the bank became the exclusive issuer of Target-branded credit cards to American customers, Hockey said.Meanwhile, Hockey told the conference that while Canadian housing remains “a bit” overvalued, the chances of a major drop — or hard landing — are “diminishing.” read more
On the markets at midafternoon (ET):In Toronto, the S&P/TSX composite index was down 52.66 points to 15,463.57.The Dow Jones industrial average was up 18.52 points to 22,314.61.The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was up 4.46 points to 2,501.12.The Nasdaq composite index was up 27.56 points to 6,398.15.The Canadian dollar was trading at 81.05 cents US, up from Monday’s average price of 81.03 cents US.
Susil Premjayantha and Anura Priyadharshana Yapa were removed as a result of a court order preventing them from holding the posts till August 28. (Colombo Gazette) United People’s Freedom Alliance (UPFA) General Secretary Susil Premjayantha and Sri Lanka Freedom Party (SLFP) General Secretary Anura Priyadharshana Yapa, have both been removed as General Secretary of the UPFA and SLFP respectively.SLFP member Duminda Dissanayake has been appointed acting General Secretary of the SLFP while Professor Vishwa Warnapala has been appointed acting General Secretary of the UPFA. read more
The Ministry of Defence today warned of misinformation spreading via social media.The Media Centre of the Ministry of Defence said that misinformation was threatening to destabilise the country. The Ministry of Defence warned that under the Emergency Regulations action can be taken on anyone spreading fake news.While most social media sites have been blocked in Sri Lanka twitter is still active and others are using proxy services to access Facebook and whatsap.
WFP issued a statement saying it needs $15 million to provide the free meals to schoolchildren in Kenya’s poorest areas next year, and that without the money, it would have to discontinue the programme by January.WFP’s country director for Kenya, Tesema Negash, said the free meals are a key incentive for Kenyan children to attend school. For many children in the country’s most arid regions, the school lunch is their only meal of the day.“Some schools may simply be left without pupils and be forced to close their doors. The gravity of this situation must be understood, and responded to now if we are going to safeguard this generation of children,” he said.The school meal programme run by the WFP has been operating in Kenya since 1980, and Mr. Negash said it costs the WFP “just cents a day” to a feed a school child in the east African country. read more
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Marta Olszewska from the Asian Art department at Woolley & WallisCredit:Woolley & Wallis There are bargains to be found at car boot sales but it’s unlikely the buyer of this rare vase expected such a big return on their investment. A Chinese vase reportedly picked up for just £10 at a car boot sale in Lymington, Hampshire, has sold for £61,000 at auction. Auctioneer John Axford, head of the Asian Art department at Woolley & WallisCredit:Woolley & Wallis “The vase sold for a hammer price of £50,000, [it was] £61,000 with a buyer’s premium,” a spokesperson for Salisbury auctioneers Woolley & Wallis said.Woolley & Wallis added the buyer only realised its true value when it attracted a flurry of bids topping £10,000 on eBay. Earlier this year, a fisherman who kept a ‘world record’ pearl worth ‘millions’ under his bed for 10 years was stunned when he discovered its true value. While this rare Aston Martin found 14 years after its theft was expected to sell for£1m. Auctioneer John Axford, head of the Asian Art department at the auctioneers, said it was an “excellent investment”.He confirmed the vase bore the four-character Qianlong mark from the sixth emperor of the Qing dynasty and is believed to have been made between 1736 and 1795, the BBC reports. Show more Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. read more
The pair have been bailed ahead of their trial on November 13.Prosecutor Henry Fitch told an earlier hearing: “Miss Smirnova obtained a court judgement against her ex- husband, requiring him to pay her money.”She conspired with Robin Murray to try and get the money. “They entered the property of the complainant and took a number of items.”The Russian socialite is the daughter of Elena Kolesnikova, a Soviet gymnast champion, and the great niece of Pierre Smirnoff – one of the famous Smirnoff brothers who were official suppliers of Smirnoff Vodka to the Court of Emperor Nicholas II.The first Smirnoff distillery opened in in Moscow in 1862 by Piotr Arsenyevich Smirnov, a lowly serf who moved to the city.Before he died aged 66 he was awarded the order of St Vladimir, 4th degree, making him and his descendants members of the nobility.Smirnova also appeared on reality TV show Meet the Russians which aired in 2013, documenting the lives of wealthy Russians in London.Smirnova, of Kensington, west London, denies one count of conspiracy to commit fraud.Murray, of Warlingham, Surrey, denies one count of burglary and one count of fraud. Mr Windsor, also known as Sergei Kapchuk, is a former deputy in the Sverdlovsk region of Russia. Murray is said to have entered Mr Windsor’s home in Flood Street on May 31 last year with documents stating he was a court bailiff.He allegedly took two Apple Macs, a Samsung television, a watch, a printer, and an audio recorder with a combined value of £2,000.Smirnova denied conspiracy to commit fraud when she appeared at Isleworth Crown Court. Murray earlier denied burglary and fraud. Smirnoff Vodka heiress Marinika SmirnovaCredit: Marinika Smirnova Marinika Smirnova at Royal AscotCredit:Eddie Mulholland A vodka heiress has denied hiring a fake bailiff to swipe valuables from her ex-husband’s luxury home.Model and reality star Marinika Smirnova, whose family founded the Smirnoff empire, won the Mrs Russia beauty contest in 2008 and has rubbed shoulders with stars such as Johnny Depp and Jonathan Rhys Meyers.The 34-year-old allegedly hired Robin Murray, 28, to take property worth £2,000 from Sergei Windsor’s home in Chelsea, west London. Sergey Kapchuk, also known as Sergei WindsorCredit:Linkedin “Murray went to the address with an accomplice and they produced papers and applications showing they were from the courts. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. read more
Global mining equipment and technology group FLSmidth, already a leading player in deep level hoisting, has initiated a five to seven year strategic business plan that it says “will see its mine shaft systems business grow organically, fill gaps in the market and build the necessary skills and experience to become a one source solution in the mine shaft business worldwide.” This follows a formal integration of the company’s mine shaft systems capabilities in South Africa and Canada in 2012 to form a dedicated business unit within FLSmidth. The mine shaft systems offering comprises two distinct product lines serving a common and unique sector of the mining industry — mine hoisting and mine shaft equipment technology. FLSmidth’s South African office is the global technology centre for hoist design while its office in Orillia, Canada, serves as the global mine shaft equipment technology centre.“The new business unit jointly markets these complementary product lines which share the same primary customer base,” Wendy Norman, FLSmidth’s Sales Manager responsible for mine shaft systems, says. “This is already proving an effective consolidation of the strong Dorr-Oliver, EIMCO and Vecor brands and technologies, with the combined scope of these product lines adding up to an extensive range of solutions for the global mining industry. Both these product lines have long-standing individual histories and robust track records dating back many decades – in fact, the combined operations have been in mine shaft systems for more than 100 years. FLSmidth has installed more than 90% of the world’s Blair hoists and has supplied numerous drum hoists larger than 4.27 m in diameter. Since mine shaft systems was established as a business entity last year, we’ve started to see growth in our market share within our traditional market strongholds in North America and sub-Saharan Africa which is directly attributable to the cross selling of existing products by a dedicated team.”She adds: “The mine shaft systems team has a depth of expertise that enables us to offer custom designed equipment for maximum output. Our people specialise in recommending improvements based on problem areas in existing equipment. While FLSmidth will never be a shaft sinker or a shaft equipper, we have every intention of growing our product lines to offer more of the infrastructure around the shaft. We believe there is major opportunity to grow in these areas worldwide. The real benefit is that we’re bringing a lot of engineering skills together to offer our customers a holistic solution,” Norman continues. “For shaft systems to work really effectively, a combination of the right components are needed — electric motors, mechanical hoists, conveyances, loading and discharge arrangements, and so on. Outside of rope selection, our team is able to check and verify the entire vertical transport system, making sure all elements are well coordinated. Another benefit is that from an aftermarket point of view, we offer routine hoist inspection services. With this safety-critical equipment, such inspections are essential, but owing to the skills shortage the number of mine personnel capable of doing this is dwindling.”At present, FLSmidth is carrying out several hoist relocations from mines that have reached the end of their life to new mines, and also with a view to introducing product improvements to older technologies. Between 2000 and 2010 the company undertook nearly 30 product improvement projects, from complete relocations to technology upgrades. Norman says the business of mine shaft systems is not just about selling a piece of capital equipment, but instead encompasses selling a technology that will deliver in a shaft for the next 20 years and be supported throughout its lifetime from a spares and site inspection point of view. Any subsequent advances in technology can be retrofitted to existing equipment, regardless of whether it was supplied by FLSmidth or by other suppliers. “The company’s global procurement strategy allows the mine shaft systems team to source its equipment from all over the world to secure the most competitive prices, while still delivering the quality products with which the company has come to be associated.”The mine shaft systems team has already installed a Blair Multi-Rope (BMR) production hoist at Glencore’s Mopani copper project in Zambia. This 5.5 m by 1.5 m hoist incorporates four drums and is one of only about 50 BMR hoists of this kind in the world, of which more than 90% have been supplied by FLSmidth. Also recently supplied were two 6.5 m diameter, tower-mounted, four-rope Koepe winders with deflection sheaves to Impala Platinum’s No 16 Shaft near Rustenburg — the first Koepe winders to be used within this mining company. The mechanically identical winders cater for payloads of 25 t for the rock hoist and 22.5 t for the personnel hoist. In February 2012, FLSmidth received an order for a second hoist for Royal Bafokeng Platinum’s Styldrift operation in Rustenburg. This follows the successful commissioning of FLSmidth-designed winder for the mine’s main shaft in 2011. The 5.5 m by 1.8 m double drum production winder was installed early in 2013. read more
LABOUR PARTY COUNCILLOR for Slane, and former Cathaoirleach of Meath County Council, Cllr Eoin Holmes, has been formally selected by the Labour Party as their candidate in the upcoming Meath East by-election.The election will take place on 27 March and is to fill the seat vacated by the late TD Shane McEntee. It emerged earlier this week that the Labour Party was not due to hold its convention until the end of March, as senior figures in the party expected the election was not to be held for another month.The selection took place in Asbourne this evening and was attended by Tánaiste and Leader of the Labour Party, Eamon Gilmore, Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton, and local Labour Party TD for Meath East, Dominic Hannigan.Cllr Holmes told the convention that as a self-employed small businessman he was aware of the challenges faced by all those trying to create and sustain employment in the current economic climate. He said that he fully supported Labour’s focus in Government on addressing the jobs crisis and wanted to bring his experience to bear on those efforts.Cllr Holmes added: The film and TV producer, who also runs a small coffee shop business, said he wishes to play his part in building economic recovery and help bring more jobs and business to Meath East.TánaisteTanaiste Eamon Gilmore said that Cllr Holmes “is someone who understands the reality of what Labour is trying to achieve in Government”.Minister Joan Burton added: “As a father of four young children Eoin Holmes genuinely feels the burden that has been placed on families over recent years”.Deputy Dominic Hannigan described Holmes as a “poll-topping councillor for Slane” who had reformed the manner in which Meath County Council did its work.He added:He knows there are many people in Meath East struggling with mortgage debt and that this remains one of the priority issues for Labour in Government.Read: Helen McEntee confirmed as FG’s candidate for Meath East by-election> First and foremost, this by-election is taking place in tragic circumstances. Shane McEntee was a true Meath-man – passionate about both his county and his work on behalf of its people. His good nature and warm personality are missed by all in the county. I am not a political insider. Rather, I have real-life experience, running my own small business and trying to keep it operating in the worst of economic circumstances. read more
It seems that men can concentrate on two things at once – as long as one of those is the world wide web.According to the Nielsen Australian Online Consumer Report, 60 per cent of respondents “two screened” – used the internet and watched television at the same time. A third of those surveyed said they did this once a day and 85 per cent said they did so once a week. With Smart Phones expected to rise to 50 per cent in usage, it is going to become common place to watch that latest DVD and check your facebook at the same time. 77 per cent of people surveyed said they used more than one type of media simultaneously, some were online with the radio on, some preferred to watch television with the radio on. One thing is for certain, media multi-tasking is becoming a thing of the future. At the same time, traditional forms of media – such as magazines, newspapers, radio and television – have also increased.Men spend more time online than women, averaging 23 hours a week while women spend an average of 20 hours per week. One can only assume that men have more time on their hands as the women are too busy… multitasking. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram read more
Kolkata: Metro services in Kolkata were hit for a brief period on Wednesday morning after doors of a Dum Dum-bound AC rake malfunctioned at Kavi Nazrul station, officials said. The situation was brought under control within few minutes after technicians opened the doors and the passengers disembarked safely from the train. The incident happened during peak office hours. “We are looking into the technical glitches,” said a metro official. The metro services were also suspended for around half-an-hour between Dum Dum and Kavi Subhash stations on Tuesday evening, following a problem on the tracks. On December 27, a fire broke out on board a metro train here during rush hours, causing a stampede-like situation and leaving at least 16 passengers injured. read more
Bantala: State Finance and Industry minister Amit Mitra said on Tuesday that Bantala is poised to become the world’s biggest leather hub, employing more than 6 lakh people in the next few years.The minister handed over letters of land allotment to 25 big tanneries at a programme in Bantala and said that the state government has taken all possible measures to convert the Calcutta Leather Complex (CLC) at Bantala into a mega leather cluster. “The government is all set to spend Rs 540 crore for massive infrastructure development at Bantala. Our intention is to turn the leather hub at Bantala into the world’s largest,” Mitra said. The leather industry at Bantala has a turnover of Rs 13,500 crore including export and local sale and employs more than 2.5 lakh workers directly. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseAmong the tanneries that were handed over allotment letters for land, 12 are from Kanpur and 12 from Kolkata, with 1 from Chennai. Elaborating on the infrastructural development work to be taken up at Bantala, Mitra said that four common effluent treatment plants (CETP) are already undergoing repair, while the government has decided to come up with four more CETPs at an expense of Rs 168 crore. The repair work for CETPs will be completed in six months, while the four new plants will be completed in 15 months. Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority is implementing the projects for CETPs. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataThe government is also coming up with a dedicated pipeline for carrying the water treated by CETPs to the river. “We are spending Rs 100 crore for the project and the action is compliant with the pollution norms,” Mitra said. He maintained that the state is setting up a dumping ground in Bantala to dump the silt after clearing the clogged canal. “I had an interaction with state Urban Development minister Firhad Hakim and he had said that it is not feasible to dump the silt at our existing dumping ground in Haldia, by carrying silt in trucks which may be toxic in nature. So, the decision was made to have a dumping place here,” the minister said. The state is also coming up with a modern design centre and a road network as part of the infrastructure boost. Javed Ahmed Khan, minister for Disaster Management, said that the leather industry from North India is migrating to Bantala because the infrastructure for such industry is the best in Bengal. At present, there are 300 tanneries in CLC and 40 leather goods manufacturing units are operational. After installation of the new infrastructure, 200 more tanneries, 230 more leather units and footwear park can be set up on the available 230 acre land. read more
Police on Wednesday arrested a 34-year-old man allegedly involved in the attack against Yeroskipou municipal council members the previous day.The man was charged and released.Three members of the municipal council were physically attacked late on Tuesday, after voting in closed session in favour of the municipality wresting control of the beach sunbeds and umbrellas from private businessmen.As was reported at the time, three men who stood to lose from the new arrangement forced their way into the Yeroskipou town hall and entered the conference room where the council had been in session.Yeroskipou mayor Michalis Pavlides told the Cyprus News Agency that the council decided the to take over two of the five beaches it rented out to private businesses.Pavlides explained that the decision had in fact been taken in a previous session, but the council’s plenum sat to determine where the funds to buy sunbeds and umbrellas for the two beaches would be found.The council voted to use funds originally appropriated to build pavements.But the decision enraged businessmen who would lose the sunbed and umbrella business on the two beaches.They assaulted council members and caused damage in the conference room.At least three municipal councillors reported bring physically assaulted by the protesters.You May LikeTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndoFigLeaf Beta AppGet Maximum Privacy with Minimum EffortFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoTwo arrested in connection with attempted murderUndoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
The European Court of Human Rights has ordered the Cyprus government to pay €25,000 as compensation and €3,000 for expenses to a Canadian man who was abused by police in 2011.Hani Abdul Khani Kabbara took Cyprus to court in connection with an incident that happened on February 27, 2011 in Limassol.According to the court, Kabbara was arrested by police officers in front of a bank as he was suspected of having withdrawn money using a fake credit card. He was taken to the Limassol central police station for questioning.Later on the same day he was examined by doctors at Limassol general hospital who found he had sustained several injuries.The Canadian appealed to Strasbourg on the grounds of having been inhumanly and degradingly treated, as he was allegedly abused by police officers at the station.The court also ruled that the incident was not investigated effectively by the authorities at the time.You May Likescienceglory.comCrazy Cat Naps: Hilarious Photos That Prove Cats Can Sleep Anywherescienceglory.comUndoShlopTop 10 Healthy Carbohydrates And Why You Need To Eat ThemShlopUndoThe-best-life.xyzTop 7 Greatest Natural Wonders On EarthThe-best-life.xyzUndo British woman who claimed gang-rape taken to courtUndoMorphou bishop now claims gay men have a ‘nasty smell’UndoFilm review: Child’s Play ***Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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