Let us rise with more energy Saganash responds to Senate death of

first_imgSome First Nations leaders have responded to the TMX announcement, saying consent means respecting their people’s right to say no to something that could harm them.Bennett said Thursday that while the UN Declaration hasn’t been legislated as a “totality,” the Liberals “have enshrined parts of UNDRIP” into Bills C-91 and C-92, the Indigenous Languages Act and child welfare legislation, which both received royal assent last week.“This is the new way of doing business,” she said.“How we take each of those very significant articles [of UNDRIP] and make sure that we as Canada are actually implementing this very important international document?”Last month on Nation to Nation, Saganash said the government’s failure to pass C-262 “probably will be the most disappointing fact in my life.”When he testified before the Aboriginal Peoples Senate committee in May, he recounted the two goals he set for himself after coming out of residential school in the 1970s.“One of them was to go back to the bush, live off the land, which I did for two years,” he told the committee.“But importantly, perhaps, was the promise to reconcile with the people who put me away for 10 years. And Bill C-262 represents that reconciliation for me.”In his statement on Monday, Saganash describes the nature of the fight for Indigenous peoples’ human rights.“The struggle for human rights is a long one; it takes us away from our families and loved ones; we work too many hours, we sacrifice our health and spirit. Yet our ancestors took a path before me, one that is for dignity, justice and a good life,” he writes.“Others have not only followed the path but imagined new possibilities. I am grateful for the sacrifices they also have made in the belief that Indigenous law, rights, and ways of being will…one day be restored to these territories. I am honoured to follow in their work, and I dedicate any accomplishments I have made to my family.”In 2015 the Truth and Reconciliation Commission compelled Canada to implement the U.N. Declaration “as the framework for reconciliation.”Saganash says in his letter he remains “strongly convinced of the potential” for this to happen, “as a set of standards created by Indigenous peoples for Indigenous peoples, and as a reminder to nation-states like Canada, that we are still here, and we not only deserve but we demand the rights that have been denied us for so long.“There are and always have been obvious flaws in a governing system that is designed to maintain a status quo and deny rights to people who power rejects,” Saganash writes.“The process of bringing C-262 along the legislative path has highlighted this for me and I believe there are many parts in this struggle and many people lead; it’s not enough to create legislation that holds the colonial governments accountable to International human rights standards and to Indigenous ways of being; it will take structural and institutional change in order to see justice on stolen lands.“Let us rise with more energy. Let us stand with a greater determination. On behalf of the millions who are building resistance and beauty in our communities: our spirit is not broken.”jbrake@aptn.ca@justinbrakenews MP Romeo Saganash says the fight for Indigenous rights will only grow stronger. APTN file photo.Justin BrakeAPTN NewsRomeo Saganash says he’s devastated that his private member’s bill C-262 has been left to die after making it to the final stage in Canada’s legislative process.But the Cree MP from Waswanipi says he believes the fight for Indigenous peoples’ human rights is strengthening and that the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) has a future in Canada.“I am devastated and regret that my bill, that so many people have worked so hard to promote and educate on, will not become law,” Saganash, who, following two terms with the NDP is not running for re-election in this fall’s election, writes in a statement shared with APTN News Monday.“Nonetheless, I have been inspired and reassured by the broad representation from civil society in the support for this bill: churches, labour unions, human rights organizations, environmental organizations, Indigenous leadership and grassroots that have made it possible to get to the recognition and respect that we see today.”Saganash is speaking out just days after C-262, which represented his second attempt to have Canada align its laws with the global minimum human rights standards for Indigenous peoples, was left to die following weeks of intense opposition from Conservatives in the Senate.Senators and MPs of the Conservative Party of Canada have expressed fears of economic and legal consequences if Canada were to align its laws with UNDRIP.Last Wednesday, after it became apparent that Conservative efforts to prevent a third and final reading in the Senate for C-262 would be successful, the government’s representative in the Senate, Peter Harder, announced the Liberals would once again campaign on a promise to legislate UNDRIP if re-elected in the fall.In 2015 Justin Trudeau promised that, if elected prime minister, he would “enact the recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, starting with the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.”Harder’s statement came one day after the prime minister announced his government’s new approval of the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion (TMX), which, if built, would run through unceded First Nations’ territories without consent from rights and title holders.“The Government of Canada will thereby intend to bring forward legislation introducing UNDRIP and ensuring its expeditious consideration, review and passage,” Harder said in the Senate. “Introducing government legislation to implement UNDRIP will be a platform commitment that Canadians will be able to vote on in the election in October.”The Green Party and NDP have already made the same commitment. But it’s the fact that the Liberals campaigned on the very same promise four years ago that has some upset, considering a legislated UNDRIP could have preceded a number of controversial Liberal legislative and policy changes critics say ignore the very rights declared in the UN Declaration.Niki Ashton, the NDP’s Deputy Critic for Reconciliation, told APTN Thursday the Liberals could have adopted C-262 as a government bill, which would have given it priority in the Senate over private members’ bills.“This is not what reconciliation looks like, whether it’s support of [TMX] or whether it’s the delays and lack of political will to speed things up with respect to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples,” she said.On Thursday, Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett told APTN it was due to the Conservatives’ “partisan games” that C-262 was at risk of being lost.“I think that everybody had huge respect for Romeo Saganash, the work that he put into his bill, and we had every understanding that this would pass,” Bennett said.“We supported it in the House and in committee, and I think that’s what’s so disappointing — that this bill would have been Romeo Saganash’s legacy, after all the work he did in New York at the UN for decades.” At the centre of the Conservatives’ opposition to the bill is a fear over the principle of “free, prior and informed consent” (FPIC).FPIC is a cornerstone of the UN Declaration, but one that has some prioritizing Canadians’ economic interests over Indigenous peoples’ basic human rights due to concerns consent could mean Indigenous peoples would have the right to say no to resource development projects that could negatively impact them.“No one seems to know” the implications of UNDRIP being legislated, Conservative Senator Don Plett said in the Senate last month, “because there is no agreement on whether consent means a veto.”It’s a false dichotomy though, Independent Senator Murray Sinclair, Saganash and others have repeatedly told C-262’s critics.“Free, prior and informed consent is a very simple concept,” Sinclair told APTN in May. “And that is, before you affect my land, you need to talk to me, and you need to have my permission.“That doesn’t mean that we’re vetoing it. It doesn’t mean that First Nations people, or Indigenous people outside of Indian reserves, are vetoing anything. Just because they say you can’t run a pipeline across my land doesn’t mean you can’t run it somewhere else.”Without having their free, prior and informed consent respected and observed, Indigenous peoples find themselves in positions like the Tsleil-Waututh and Secwepemc in British Columbia, who argue their people have not consented to the TMX running through their territories, nor to the associated risks.Last year a Federal Court of Appeal decision quashed the National Energy Board’s approval of the TMX due in part, the court ruled, to Canada’s failure to fulfill its duty to consult with First Nations who stand to be impacted by the pipeline, which would triple the current movement of diluted bitumen from the Alberta oil sands to the B.C. coast.Last Tuesday Trudeau announced the TMX would be built, with shovels in the ground as early as this summer.The prime minister said Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi had “personally met with over 65 Indigenous groups across 46 meetings” since the renewed consultation process was ordered, and that government “listened to community concerns” and is “acting on community ideas.”Trudeau and Sohi said they would continue dialogue with First Nations and work to accommodate their concerns and wishes.But some nations are firm in their rejection of the pipeline.Following Tuesday’s TMX announcement, Tsleil-Waututh Nation Chief Leah George-Wilson promised further legal action against Canada.Last year the feds, under the leadership of former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould, announced their 10 “principles respecting the Government of Canada’s relationship with Indigenous peoples.”One of those principles states Canada “recognizes that meaningful engagement with Indigenous peoples aims to secure their free, prior, and informed consent when Canada proposes to take actions which impact them and their rights, including their lands, territories and resources.”Asked by APTN on Tuesday for the definition of free, prior and informed consent that was applied to the TMX decision, Trudeau responded that it is “what we engaged in doing with Indigenous communities over the past number of months.“It is engaging, looking with them, listening to the issues they have, and responding meaningfully to the concerns they have wherever possible.”last_img read more

Moroccan Dies during the Turkish Coup détat attempt

Rabat – Jawad Meroun, a 32 year-old Moroccan living in Turkey, died on Friday night after being shot by the Turkish military during the coup d’état attempt that planned to overthrow Turkey’s president Recep Tayep Erdogan, according to news outlet Lakome2.Speaking to the same source, Amina, the deceased’s wife, who is Turkish, said that her husband died during his participation in the demonstration Erdogan called to stand against the military.Amina confirmed that Jawad died during the demonstration, adding that he is currently in a mortuary waiting for autopsy results and the end of the police investigation. read more

UN childrens agency rushes emergency supplies to frozen region in Peru

The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is rushing emergency medicine, blankets and baby bodysuits to children in Puno, Peru, where thousands of young lives are in danger because of freezing temperatures. “Our efforts are focused on stopping a dangerous situation from becoming a fully-fledged emergency,” UNICEF country representative Andres Franco said in news release today. “We’re doing what we can, but Mother Nature is unpredictable. It’s a case of keeping our eye on the thermometer and being ready to move if more help is needed.” Mr. Franco and the Peruvian Minister for Health, Alvaro Vidal, travelled with the relief effort to Puno, where temperatures have dropped below – 8º centigrade and numbers continue to fall, to deliver much needed antibiotics for the treatment of respiratory diseases and pneumonia. Another region, Cuzco, is also at risk and UNICEF officials will visit the area next week. read more

If properly managed Gaza pullout could spur peace process Annan says

Under proper conditions, Israel’s planned withdrawal from Gaza could spur greater stability in the region, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan told a press conference in New York today.”If it is done in the context of the Road Map and it is a total withdrawal from Gaza, to be followed by similar steps in the West Bank, it could re-energize the peace process,” he said.”The international community should be prepared to work with both parties to manage the withdrawal in order to avoid a situation where the withdrawal leads to even further chaos,” he cautioned.Responding to press questions, the Secretary-General emphasized the work of the diplomatic Quartet, which comprises the UN, United States, European Union and Russian Federation, and is the sponsor of the Road Map peace plan, which calls for a series of parallel and reciprocal steps leading to two States living side-by-side in peace by 2005.”We as the Quartet are working together to try and deal with the situation,” he said, stressing that the group functions as a team. “We need to get everybody on board for us to be able to move in the direction that we have to.”Asked about the need for urgent action to stop Israel’s demolition of Palestinian homes, Mr. Annan voiced doubt about an immediate intervention. “That is going to take the kind of action and resources and confrontation that, quite frankly, today I don’t see anybody in the international community willing to take,” he said.In the meantime, the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) and other agencies on the ground “are doing as much as they can to give assistance and support” to the Palestinians, he pointed out.He added that he had personally appealed to the Israeli Government to “be careful not to harm the innocent.”In other news, UN human rights experts meeting in Geneva issued a statement expressing their “strong concern” regarding continuous violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the occupied Palestinian territories.”This concern has been most recently expressed in numerous statements regarding the human rights violations taking place during the military incursion by the Israeli Defence Force in the Rafah refugee camp of the Gaza strip,” they said.”We deplore the practices of the Israeli authorities, including targeted killings, excessive use of force during military incursions, arbitrary and long periods of incommunicado detention, and torture and other forms of inhuman and degrading ill-treatment,” the statement said. “Furthermore, we deeply regret the policy of demolition of Palestinian houses and destruction of civilian property, the massive confiscation and destruction of land, and restrictions on the freedom of movement, which violates, inter alia, the human rights to food, housing, water, health, education and work.”The experts also denounced the practice of “suicide bombings” carried out against the Israeli population. read more

DR of Congo kidnapped UN staffers released after having been tortured

UNDP identified them as consulting engineer Aziz Kaliemba, hospital director Dr. Lobo Rombi, the director of the UN/national disarmament and reintegration programme (CONADER) for former combatants in the Kandroma area, Jean-Louis Malumba, and Café Bahenuka.Their release and arrival at the UNDP office in Bunia came after talks with senior members of the Integrationist Nationalist Front (FNI), three of whose camps were destroyed by soldiers from the UN peacekeeping mission, MONUC, on Monday.The men had been tortured, even having been bound and tossed into Lake Albert, UNDP said. Mr. Kaliemba and Mr. Malumba still bore infected wounds on their arms and had been put in the care of MONUC’s chief physician. read more

Senior UN humanitarian official deeply concerned at Israels administrative detention practices

“In particular, I am alarmed by the rapidly deteriorating health of Palestinian administrative detainee, Mohammed Al-Qiq, who is on hunger strike in protest against the arbitrary nature of his detention and ill-treatment,” the UN Coordinator for Humanitarian Assistance and Development Aid for the occupied Palestinian territory, Robert Piper said in a statement. “After 69 days of hunger strike, Mr. Al-Qiq is in a dangerous state of health and his physicians have informed him of the possibility of irreversible damage. I reiterate the United Nations’ long-standing position that all administrative detainees – Palestinian or Israeli – should be charged or released without delay. All allegations of ill-treatment must also be independently and promptly investigated.”According to data from Israel Prison Service (IPS), 527 Palestinians, including one woman and five minors were held in administrative detention in IPS facilities at the end of November 2015.Just last month Mr. Piper called for an immediate end to Israeli plans to transfer Bedouin living in the Jerusalem area for a settlement expansion, long recognized as a violation of international law and an obstacle to realizing a two-state solution to the Middle East crisis. read more

VSL Greek Program needs support

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram In two letters addressed to the academic Anna Chatzinikolaou, who is leading the campaign to support Modern Greek programs at Victorian government schools, and is currently heavily involved in the case of VSL Distance Education, the Victorian School of Languages (VSL) office has stated that “it should be made clear that students are able to enrol in Greek distance education classes in 2014 as in previous years” and that “Greek via distance education will be offered at all secondary levels [from Year 7-12] in 2014”. So the VSL administration’s message is clear: “Business as usual.” Parents have been assured to go ahead with their children’s enrolment for 2014 and students in need of the school’s services for studying Greek are assured their requirements will be fully met. VSL Distance Education is the only Victorian government school at secondary level specialising exclusively in language teaching (it offers a total of 11 languages, including Modern (since 1976) and Classical Greek (since 2012), whose role is, in our case, to complement and support any existing or disrupted Greek program, or student with specific/special needs throughout Victoria and beyond. VSL Distance Education has provided a ‘safety net’ for every disrupted Greek program and all potential students in every corner of the state, particularly in country Victoria and remote areas, where there are no other alternatives, students with health issues, students over-committed with extra curriculum activities, underachieving, gifted, newly arrived students from Greece, students on the move around Australia and even students travelling overseas. Adults may also enrol at VCE levels to improve their language skills and sit Year 12 Exams. VCE Greek Distance Education students are referred by other parents and students due to its positive reputation, since the results of the program have been exemplary, with high numbers of top scorers. Greek teachers are highly qualified, using a variety of educational tools, including e-Learning and the use of Information Communication Technology (ICT); teleconferencing, videoconferencing and SKYPE are also used in conducting oral lessons with students from every corner of Victoria, Australia and the globe, in groups or one to one, as needed. The program’s resources are shared and presented at Professional Development Teacher Seminars, which it has initiated a number of times in the past. Junior Greek students are invited to attend two full day seminars (in March and September) to meet with their teacher and fellow students. They engage in language, culture, multimedia and kinaesthetic activities. Visits (e.g. to a Greek nursing home in Thornbury) are conducted on an annual basis. VCE students are expected to attend full day seminars in the city of Melbourne one day each term, where they are closely instructed, to visit the Hellenic and Immigration Museums, as well as the Greek media (newspaper/radio stations), Radio 3XY and Radio SBS, where they engage in live and recorded interviews which are broadcasted and available on podcasts on line. Participation at the annual Greek Student Film Festival is encouraged with positive results. In 2012, four short student films were produced (Melbourne and Mildura based), where two awards were won, and another in 2011. However, the fight is far from being over for this special school. Anna Chatzinikolaou stresses: “Unless we substantially increase the number of enrolments for Greek in our state school sector, these programs are threatened with extinction. It will be a pity to allow such a thing to happen, after so many struggles to establish the study of Greek in our public system since the late ’60s. It has to be stressed that the public sector plays a key role in not only maintaining the presence of our language in Australia, but expanding it as well, making it widely available to students who do not necessarily have a Greek background.” The VSL Distance Education Greek program is in need of the Greek community’s support to raise its enrolments, and it is not the only one. All Greek programs in Victorian state schools at both primary and secondary levels are in need of community support. For inquiries regarding new enrolments, tel: 9474 0500 – 9474 0515 & toll free: 1800 675 872last_img read more

Lindsey Buckingham Announces Tour And Solo Anthology

first_img Facebook The GRAMMY-winning songwriter/guitarist will be releasing a greatest hits album and touring North America this fall in supportAna YglesiasGRAMMYs Aug 14, 2018 – 5:39 pm The former Fleetwood Mac guitarist Lindsey Buckingham announced today that he will be releasing Solo Anthology: The Best of Lindsey Buckingham this fall, and touring North America in support of the album. https://twitter.com/LBuckingham/status/1029427791912165377 News Twitter The collection, which will be available Oct. 5 both digitally and as a three-disc set, will include two previously unreleased songs, plus remastered and live versions of Buckingham’s hits spanning his career, from his 1981 solo debut album Law And Order to his 2017 duet album with former-bandmate Christine McVie. A special vinyl version will also be available at a later date.Buckingham began making music with Fleetwood Mac when he and Stevie Nicks joined the band in 1975, helping write many of their hits, including GRAMMY-nominated classic “Go Your Own Way.” Fleetwood Mac, along with Buckingham, was honored as the 2018 MusiCares Person of the Year, the first ever band to receive the award.The tour will begin on Oct. 7 in Portland, Ore., with tickets on sale this week. All tickets purchased will include a copy of the new album; to purchase tickets and for more information, visit Buckingham’s website.Catching Up On Music News Powered By The Recording Academy Just Got Easier. Have A Google Home Device? “Talk To GRAMMYs”Read more Lindsey Buckingham Announces Solo Tour, Anthology lindsey-buckingham-announces-tour-and-solo-anthology Lindsey Buckingham Announces Tour And ‘Solo Anthology’ Email last_img read more

Man wakes up just before burial

first_imgHis grave was dug and his body was about to be buried — just when some of the family members noticed movement. Mourning stopped and a bewildered family rushed Mohammad Furqan to an Indian hospital where he has been put on ventilator.The 20-year-old was admitted to a private hospital on 21 June after an accident. He was declared dead on Monday and his body arrived at his home in an ambulance.His elder brother Mohammad Irfan said: “Devastated, we were preparing for the burial when some of us saw movement in his limbs. We immediately took Furqan to the Ram Manohar Lohia hospital where the physicians said he was alive and put him on ventilator support.””We had paid Rs 700,000 to the private hospital earlier and when we told them that we had run out of money, they had declared Furqan dead on Monday,” Irfan said.Lucknow chief medical officer (CMO) Narendra Agarwal said, “We have taken cognizance of the incident and the matter will be thoroughly probed.””The patient is in critical condition but definitely not brain dead. He has pulse, blood pressure and his reflexes are working. He has been put on ventilator support,” the physician treating Furqan said.last_img read more

LGBTIs in the US less likely to have jobs or health insurance

first_imgGAYSTARNEWS- LGBTI jobs and insurance: Harder to obtain than for heterosexuals, study finds. Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . LGBTI people in the US are less likely to have a job or access to health insurance than their heterosexual peers. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Bisexual women four times less likely to have insurance, study finds.But for bisexual women, the odds of being uninsured were nearly four times those of straight counterparts, the study found. Gay men were 50% more likely to be unemployed due to illness or disability and gay women were 84% more likely.Charlton suspects the situation could be even worse than her data show.‘Most of the study participants were white and their families had middle-to-high household incomes,’ Reuters reported her as saying.‘It is striking that these sexual orientation disparities are pervasive among participants who predominantly hold high social status. Given that, we may have underestimated levels of unemployment, being uninsured, and having poor health-related quality of life.’Charlton believes the solution lies in new legislation, Reuters reported.‘Until all people, regardless of sexual orientation, are treated equally in the eyes of the law…sexual orientation-related disparities will persist,’ she said.The new research highlights the disparities faced by the LGBTI community, said William Padula, an assistant professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland.Long term consequences of lack of investment‘[B]y not investing in people’s primary up-front health care needs, we end up paying more for the long-term consequences,’ Reuters quoted him as saying.Another issue, Padula said, is that healthcare plans often don’t offer the kinds of care needed specifically by LGBT patients.‘Most employer-based healthcare plans are cookie cutter plans, meaning they are the same for everybody,” he said. “People in the LGBT community may need a little more, especially those who are transgender.’In the end, investments in healthcare can pay off with greater productivity, Padula said.‘Healthcare needs can be very distracting,’ he noted. ‘For example, if you’re a transgender person worried about how you’re going to pay for hormone replacement therapy, or for surgery, or for mental health needs, it can be very distracting. If an employer invested an extra $1,000 in that person’s premium, they might get $10,000 in increased productivity.’See also:Almost half of LGBTQ employees in the US are not out at work eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) They’re also more likely to have poorer health and a lower quality of life, according to the results published in online journal BMJ Open.‘Previous research has shown that nearly half of all sexual minorities experience employment discrimination in their lifetime,’ said lead author Brittany Charlton, an assistant professor at Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston. ‘[This] can lead to disparities in health insurance coverage, and ultimately to health-related quality of life’.An Apple a day: Some US firms, like Apple, are proud to support LGBTI staff. Photo: @Tim_Cook TwitterSexual inequalities in healthcare system for LGBTI people‘Our findings highlight the ubiquity of sexual orientation inequalities in the employment and healthcare systems.’Earlier research compared cohabiting straight and same-sex couples. This found that LGBTIs were more likely to be out of work and uninsured than their straight counterparts. Charlton and her colleagues wanted to see if those findings held up in a broader sample, Reuters reported.So researchers analyzed responses from nearly 10,000 participants aged 18-32 years taking part in an ongoing study that began in 1996. Some were only nine years old when the study started.Researchers collected information about sexual identity and orientation in annual surveys. They also collected information on health-related quality of life. Participants rated their mobility, self-care, capacity for routine activities, levels of pain and discomfort and anxiety and depression.In a 2013 follow-up survey, Charlton’s team found that LGBTIs were about twice as likely to have been unemployed and uninsured over the prior year then their straight peers. They were also more likely to report poorer health and quality of life.Overall, 7.5% were unemployed or not working due to illness or disability, while 5% were uninsured. A significant 38% lacked access to a routine physical health exam.Bisexual women more nearly four times as likely to be uninsured 6 ways the US healthcare system is failing LGBTI peopleMarriage equality boosts gay mens’ health care accessStudy reveals different masturbation habits of gay and straight peopleRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/lgbtis-in-the-us-less-likely-to-have-jobs-or-health-insurance-study/last_img read more

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Seven tips to get the best implants in Costa Rica

first_img Facebook Comments Related posts:Why Americans are saying ‘yes’ to dental tourism in Costa Rica What are dental implants, and why are they better in Costa Rica? Is Costa Rica a safe destination for dental tourism? All on 4 Dental Implants: Is it Cheaper in Costa Rica? Every year, tens of thousands of dental patients arrive in Costa Rica seeking low prices on dental procedures like All on 4, dental implants and cosmetic dentistry. No matter how many warnings they receive, some still seek dental clinics that promise the lowest prices regardless of quality. If you’re one of those patients that needs to get the lowest price, this article is for you.If you are missing one or more teeth, the best option for replacing these lost teeth is dental implants. In most cases, dental implants are a better solution than dentures and removable bridges. Dental implants are durable, resistant and natural-looking; they also last a lifetime.Here are some good tips to help you get the best dental implants at low prices in Costa Rica. (Notice I didn’t say “the lowest prices!”)1. Discuss Your Procedure in AdvanceEven minor dental surgery or getting crowns creates some fear and apprehension. The way your dentist speaks to you and makes you feel is important to help reduce or eliminate stress. When you talk to your dentist about the procedure, in addition to all the pertinent questions, you should also ask yourself if the dentist makes you feel at ease, or on the contrary, makes you feel like a number or an annoyance. If the dentist makes you feel uncomfortable, it’s not a good sign. Find a clinic with compassionate and caring representatives that take the time to answer your questions. This is a clinic you can trust.2. Get Information About What the Procedure EntailsWhile you should always consult a dentist, dental implants are a well-established, standard procedure with few complications, and there’s plenty of reliable information online. If you do some research, you’ll be able to ask pertinent questions to your dentist and understand better his or her explanations. For more information about dental implants, visit Costa Rica Dental Guide.3. Seek a SpecialistJust because a dental clinic claims to place lots of dental implants does not mean that they are qualified to place implants. It is important for patients to know that only two types of specialists are qualified to place dental implants.PeriodontistsMaxillofacial SurgeonsIf the practice you are considering does not have a periodontist or a maxillofacial surgeon, then they are not qualified to place dental implants. It doesn’t matter how many specialty certificates or courses they may have taken. It doesn’t matter if they call themselves “dental implantologists” (no such title exists according to the ADA) or dental implant specialists. Only clinics that utilize a periodontist or maxillofacial surgeon are qualified to place your dental implants. (Read more about Misconceptions Regarding Dental Implant Specialists.)4. Work with a Dentist Who is Fluent in EnglishIf you choose to receive dental work in Costa Rica like many Americans are doing, make sure that your dentist is fluent in English. Experienced dental tourism dentists are often fluent in English to satisfy the constantly increasing demand of international patients arriving daily. This is yet another reason why it’s a good idea to talk with your dentist beforehand. You’ll get a better result by talking with a person who understands your questions and who will give you explanations and instructions in your mother tongue. Some clinics are American-owned and operated. These clinics guarantee that your dentist will speak fluent English.5. Consider Getting Other Dental Work DoneIf you plan to receive dental care in Costa Rica, you might want to consider additional dental work that you might need or to bring family and friends that might also need dental care. Families that get dental care together often end up having more fun! For example, if you are traveling to Costa Rica with family or friends, ask them if they need any dental work as well. Doing so will split the cost of the trip among the different procedures and might very well save you quite a bit of money.6. Ask about GuaranteesThe best quality dental materials come with a guarantee against breakage or other defects within a period of years. Asking if the materials come with a guarantee is one way to assure that you are getting quality implants. The top-rated dental clinics offer a written lifetime guarantee on high quality titanium dental implants.7. Choose a Clinic that Helps with Travel PlanningThe best dental tourism clinics in Costa Rica have hospitality coordinators and staff to help patients plan their travel and make reservations at recommended hotels and lodges. They can help with recommending airlines and will also arrange your airport pickup. Clinics that offer these services are experienced in managing the needs of dental tourists. Remember, the best care is rarely the least expensive…and the least expensive care is rarely the best.The best dental clinics provide the highest quality care and materials at competitive prices that save patients an average of 50% to 70% when compared to costs for the same dental care in the USA. If you need to save more than 70%, you will be taking a risk. Patients that choose the lowest-priced dental care often regret their decisions. Research the best dental clinics in Costa Rica, read patient reviews and ask for patient references to find the best dental clinic for your needs. Patrick Goodness.Patrick Goodness is the founder and CEO of Goodness Dental, ranked the #1 dental clinic in Costa Rica and one of the Top Ten Dental Clinics in the World by Global Clinic Ranking. Goodness writes and lectures frequently on global medical and dental tourism topics and is an outspoken advocate for affordable dental care for everyone. last_img read more

Avalon invites travellers to book a novel holiday in 2020

first_imgAvalon invites travellers to book a novel holiday in 2020Avalon invites travellers to book a novel holiday in 2020Avalon Waterways is excited to announce it will be offering an exclusive new Author Cruise, hosted by the author of number one New York Timesbestselling OUTLANDER series, Diana Gabaldon.From the German Black Forest of fairy-tales to the historic canals of Amsterdam, Avalon Waterways and Diana Gabaldon invite travellers to disappear in the magic of the Rhine River, while offering the chance for OUTLANDER fans to gain insider insight into their favourite author. Departing 9 June 2020, this one-off, week-long cruise – set onboard the Avalon Expression – delivers cruisers to the heart of Europe to explore all the towns and cities along the Rhine, while enjoying panoramic views and spectacular castle-lined backdrops day and night. “Diana Gabaldon has added to the storytelling tapestry of our lives while also inspiring travel with her literature,” said Gai Tyrell, Managing Director of Globus family of brands. “In her OUTLANDER series of novels, she has brought to life the backdrops of Scotland, North America, France and Germany, as well as dozens of destinations across the globe. On 9 June 2020, departure of Avalon’s Romantic Rhine Author Cruise with Diana Gabaldon from Basel to Amsterdam, will see this renowned storyteller share an inspired cruise – and daily excursions – with an intimate group of her fans.”Source = Avalon Waterwayslast_img read more

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first_imgairportsChangi AirportJewel Changi AirportYotelair Singapore Changi Airport YOTEL will open Asia’s first YOTELAIR property to guests – where travellers can relax, reconnect and get refreshed before, during or after their trip – at Singapore’s Changi Airport on 12 April 2019.YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport is located in the new Jewel Changi Airport and is easily accessible to all four terminals at Changi. The hotel functions as a perfect solution for guests scheduled for business meetings or long layovers between flights.Catering to the flexible needs of guests, each of YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport’s 130 smartly-designed cabins (YOTEL speak for hotel rooms) can be booked for a minimum of four hours which is perfect for short daytime layovers or overnight stays. The cleverly-designed cabins optimise space in all its Premium, Accessible and Family cabins. The brand features time-saving airline style self-check-in kiosks, reducing long queues and eliminating the hassle often associated with checking in.The property also includes a 24/7 gym and a Club Lounge. To celebrate the upcoming launch, YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport is offering an opening promotion for overnight stays in a Premium Queen cabin and day let stays with rates starting from S$140 per night and S$80 respectively. For day let stays, a minimum of 4 hours is required to book, with a price increase of S$25 every 2 hours.YOTELAIR Singapore Changi Airport is accepting reservations for stays from 12 April onwards.last_img read more

Stormy weather hits Nicosia

first_imgStorms, rain and hail hit various areas of Nicosia on Sunday afternoon in localised bad weather that also kept the fire brigade busy.Starting from around 2pm a storm moved from the Kokkinotrimithia area towards the centre of Nicosia. The heavy rain, strong winds and hail of up to 2cm then moved away towards the occupied areas although the rain continued.The fire brigade said it had been called out to a number of incidents caused by the intense weather.Areas that were worst affected were Engomi, Strovolos, Lakatamia and the old town, the force said.They were called out to open blocked drains and move vehicles from flooded streets.Later in the afternoon police announced that visibility on the highway was reduced because of heavy rain in Latsia.On Monday the weather is likely to show a similar pattern, fine in the morning with rain, clouds and storms in the afternoon both in the mountains and inland. Rain is also expected on Tuesday afternoon.You May LikeUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoAngels And EntrepreneursRobert Herjavec Announce Venture Could Make You RichAngels And EntrepreneursUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Health minister under fire for quick fix miniNHS

first_imgBy Angelos AnastasiouTHOUGH most acknowledged that not much can be discussed until a fleshed-out proposal has been officially submitted, political parties and other groups on Friday lambasted Health minister Yiorgos Pamborides’ announcement of a mini-NHS to be rolled out in mid-2017, six months after public hospitals have become autonomous.Most criticism focused on the suspicion that the announcement was little more than a thinly-veiled attempt at pushing back full implementation, or even cancelling the planned universal healthcare system altogether by settling for the half-measure.“Now we’ll see who hypocritically called for the NHS’ implementation, but were actively trying to stall it,” Pamborides said on Friday.He was referring to the last 15 years since the passing of legislation for the implementation of a universal-coverage system in 2001, but progress has yet to be made.“The plan will not be redesigned; what is being introduced is the gradual implementation of the final plan,” the minister added.Speaking on state radio, Pamborides revealed that the idea for gradual implementation came from Finance minister Harris Georgiades, after his colleague kept harassing him for more health funding so that “burning issues could be tackled”.“I consented, and the planning was done jointly,” Pamborides said.“With gradual implementation of the NHS, with limited initial scope to cover only public hospitals, all the long-standing problems are resolved, while the introduction of the final plan is better prepared.”Unconvinced, main opposition party AKEL said public healthcare has fallen victim to “neoliberal austerity policies”.“This most negative of developments vindicates our warnings that if the government and DISY were unable to introduce a multi-payer system, to serve the interests of a handful of private insurance companies, they would refer the NHS to the Greek Calends,” spokesman Yiorgos Loucaides said.“We call on the government to abandon its socially insensitive policies and re-introduce the agreed NHS plan.”EDEK and the Greens also called for the introduction of the originally agreed plan for a universal healthcare system.The doctors’ association complained that it was not involved in the decision-making process.“We will continue to support only serious, scientifically-backed efforts at reforming the healthcare sector, which will safeguard and improve the quality and operation of medical care to our fellow citizens,” the association said.The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry also voiced disagreement on grounds that interim implementation of the NHS should not be funded by the private sector.“Any contributions should be paid only when full implementation of the NHS is underway, and only for the purpose of gaining access to healthcare services,” the CCCI said.“Rendering hospitals financially and administratively autonomous is a prerequisite to the NHS’ successful implementation, and is the sole responsibility of the state. Under no circumstances should this be funded by the private sector.”The unions of doctors and nurses at state hospitals were also negative towards the idea, both on the caveat that the proposal is not yet fully fleshed out.“The real issue is whether state hospitals will even exist by 2017,” said head of the doctors’ union Soteris Koumas.“I must be blunt – public hospitals are nearly crippled. Their operational readiness is at zero, if not minus something. Nothing is being done to address the problems, and everything is pinned on implementing autonomy. But until we get to autonomy – a year from now – the risk of not having state hospitals is big and clear.”Spokesman of the nurses’ union Theodoros Petelis was also critical, though for a host of different reasons.“Considering we now serve 70 to 80 per cent of the public at state hospitals, with the new proposal we will have to cope with a burden of 100 per cent,” he said.“And since we can’t cope now, due to understaffing and premises in need of upgrading, I don’t know how public hospitals can cope with the minister’s decision.”But, he added, a number of other issues relating to the employment status of nurses at state hospitals also pose a risk to implementation.“There are nurses that should have been made permanent since 2011,” Petelis said.“If these issues are not resolved, how can we accept to be transferred to another employment regime?”You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. 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Cabinet approves bill for Egypt pipeline deal

first_imgThe cabinet on Thursday approved a bill governing an inter-state agreement with Egypt for the construction of a subsea natural gas pipeline crossing through the exclusive economic zones of the two nations.The legislation follows through from, and sanctions, the inter-state pipeline agreement signed between Cyprus and Egypt in September 2018.Energy minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis was authorised to submit the bill to parliament.The development came amid media reports on Thursday evening claiming that ExxonMobil has located gas at its second drill site, dubbed ‘Glafcos’, in Block 10.The report carried by Sigma could not be confirmed. The outlet said announcements of a find could be made in about 10 days’ time.ExxonMobil declined to comment.You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityEarthquake coverage that comes with optionsCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSUVs | Search AdsThese SUVs Will Take Your Breath Away. Research 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsSUVs | Search AdsUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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