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Journal Reference:

  1. Georgia K. Chaseling, Josep Iglesies-Grau, Martin Juneau, Anil Nigam, David Kaiser, Daniel Gagnon. Extreme Heat and Cardiovascular Health: What a Cardiovascular Health Professional Should Know. Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 2021; DOI: 10.1016/j.cjca.2021.08.008

Extreme heat events, such as heatwaves, are predicted to increase in frequency, severity and duration. Extreme heat poses a risk to human health, increasing the risk of morbidity and mortality. Examples include 70,000 deaths attributed to the European heatwave in 2003, and 55,000 deaths attributed to the 2010 Russian heatwave. Risk factors for heat-related hospitalization include age, chronic illnesses, social isolation, some medications, and lack of access to air conditioning. Among chronic illnesses, cardiovascular diseases are often identified as a risk factor for heat-related hospitalization and death.

“The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently reported that global temperatures are rising at a greater rate than previously projected, and that the number of extreme heat days will significantly increase across most land regions,” explained senior author Daniel Gagnon, PhD, Montreal Heart Institute, and School of Kinesiology and Exercise Science, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada. “Although we don’t yet fully understand the reasons, people with cardiovascular disease are at greater risk of hospitalizations and death during extreme heat events.”

The authors conducted a comprehensive review of evidence-based epidemiological studies and noted a consistent association between extreme heat and a greater risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes. Furthermore, they examined systematic reviews and meta-analyses that considered the effect of extreme heat on adverse cardiovascular outcomes and report that heatwaves significantly increase the risk of death from ischemic heart disease, stroke, and heart failure.

“Although the effects of extreme heat on adverse cardiovascular events have been explained in the context of heatstroke, many events occur without heatstroke, and the mechanisms of these events in the absence of heatstroke remain unclear,” observed Dr. Gagnon. “It is likely that heat exposure increases myocardial oxygen needs.”

The authors consider the possibility that heat exposure puts too much strain on the heart for individuals with heart disease and that heat exposure increases the risk of blood clots forming within the blood vessels that supply the heart.

The authors propose that preventive strategies to minimize cardiovascular risk during extreme heat events should aim to reduce the extent of hyperthermia and dehydration. In Canada, heat-health warnings systems act as a first line of defense by raising awareness of upcoming heat events and recommending strategies to minimize possible heat complications. For example, heat warnings are issued 18-24 hours before a heat event in Ontario and Québec, when ambient temperature will remain above 30 degrees C for a minimum of two days. Public advisories include identifying the signs of heat stress, ensuring people drink adequate amounts of cold fluid or seeking an air-conditioned environment.

Recent research supports electric fan use, skin wetting and immersing the feet in tap water as simple alternatives to air conditioning to stay cool during extreme heat events. “Air conditioning is the most effective strategy that can be recommended since it effectively removes the heat stimulus and minimizes the risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes,” commented Dr. Gagnon. “However, less than one third of global households own air conditioning.”

The authors note that more research is needed to better understand the reasons why extreme heat is associated with a greater risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes; the effect of cardiovascular medication on the human body’s physiological responses during heat exposure; the optimal cooling strategies that can be recommended to individuals with heart disease during heatwaves; and safe environmental limits for outdoor exercise in individuals with heart disease.

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  1. Georgia K. Chaseling, Josep Iglesies-Grau, Martin Juneau, Anil Nigam, David Kaiser, Daniel Gagnon. Extreme Heat and Cardiovascular Health: What a Cardiovascular Health Professional Should Know. Canadian Journal of Cardiology, 2021; DOI: 10.1016/j.cjca.2021.08.008

Extreme heat events, such as heatwaves, are predicted to increase in frequency, severity and duration. Extreme heat poses a risk to human health, increasing the risk of morbidity and mortality. Examples include 70,000 deaths attributed to the European heatwave in 2003, and 55,000 deaths attributed to the 2010 Russian heatwave. Risk factors for heat-related hospitalization include age, chronic illnesses, social isolation, some medications, and lack of access to air conditioning. Among chronic illnesses, cardiovascular diseases are often identified as a risk factor for heat-related hospitalization and death.

“The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently reported that global temperatures are rising at a greater rate than previously projected, and that the number of extreme heat days will significantly increase across most land regions,” explained senior author Daniel Gagnon, PhD, Montreal Heart Institute, and School of Kinesiology and Exercise Science, University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada. “Although we don’t yet fully understand the reasons, people with cardiovascular disease are at greater risk of hospitalizations and death during extreme heat events.”

The authors conducted a comprehensive review of evidence-based epidemiological studies and noted a consistent association between extreme heat and a greater risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes. Furthermore, they examined systematic reviews and meta-analyses that considered the effect of extreme heat on adverse cardiovascular outcomes and report that heatwaves significantly increase the risk of death from ischemic heart disease, stroke, and heart failure.

“Although the effects of extreme heat on adverse cardiovascular events have been explained in the context of heatstroke, many events occur without heatstroke, and the mechanisms of these events in the absence of heatstroke remain unclear,” observed Dr. Gagnon. “It is likely that heat exposure increases myocardial oxygen needs.”

The authors consider the possibility that heat exposure puts too much strain on the heart for individuals with heart disease and that heat exposure increases the risk of blood clots forming within the blood vessels that supply the heart.

The authors propose that preventive strategies to minimize cardiovascular risk during extreme heat events should aim to reduce the extent of hyperthermia and dehydration. In Canada, heat-health warnings systems act as a first line of defense by raising awareness of upcoming heat events and recommending strategies to minimize possible heat complications. For example, heat warnings are issued 18-24 hours before a heat event in Ontario and Québec, when ambient temperature will remain above 30 degrees C for a minimum of two days. Public advisories include identifying the signs of heat stress, ensuring people drink adequate amounts of cold fluid or seeking an air-conditioned environment.

Recent research supports electric fan use, skin wetting and immersing the feet in tap water as simple alternatives to air conditioning to stay cool during extreme heat events. “Air conditioning is the most effective strategy that can be recommended since it effectively removes the heat stimulus and minimizes the risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes,” commented Dr. Gagnon. “However, less than one third of global households own air conditioning.”

The authors note that more research is needed to better understand the reasons why extreme heat is associated with a greater risk of adverse cardiovascular outcomes; the effect of cardiovascular medication on the human body’s physiological responses during heat exposure; the optimal cooling strategies that can be recommended to individuals with heart disease during heatwaves; and safe environmental limits for outdoor exercise in individuals with heart disease.

“Cardiovascular health professionals need to be aware of the negative consequences of extreme heat on cardiovascular health. A better awareness and understanding of the cardiovascular consequences of extreme heat, and of the measures to take to prevent and mitigate adverse events, will help us all assess the risk and optimize the care of patients exposed to an increasingly warm climate,” concluded Dr. Gagnon.

We want to thank the author of this short article for this incredible web content

Extreme heat events jeopardize cardiovascular well being, experts warn

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We do everything for our child: we prepare his breakfast, we bought him his favorite cereals, but here it is: the milk is not at the right temperature … He groans because he wants me to help him ‘dress while he is past the age. We offer him a great vacation and, again, he finds a way to complain because he’s too hot! In short, our child groans all the time! To believe that our child is really spoiled rotten, that he is never happy and that he will never be… How to react?

Why does a child rattle?

You know my credo: “A child who behaves badly is a child who is bad”.

So why do you think our child rattles all the time? Funny, when I wrote the article on “What to do with a gasping baby?” the answer to this question seemed pretty obvious. When I wrote the article “What to do about a child who moans?”, It was a little less obvious but not rocket science… And now, by addressing the bad mood in a “big” (say around 7 years old) ), here I am drying …

So I put the question to a boy of that age who was spending the holidays with us. Simple and transparent answer: “It’s because I would like my parents to take more care of me”. Exactly the same as for a baby or a young child after all!

Super cereals, vacations in the sun, the pool and ice cream cones, it’s nice… but what he really wants is to be taken care of. And for a child, showing that you are never happy and complaining about a thousand small details (the shape of the cornflakes!), It is just an opportunity to express your frustration … All the more so that you do not didn’t ask if it was really this cereal he wanted!

Before bitching and complaining, our child has certainly already tried to make us understand otherwise that he would like to spend more time with us: asking us to play ball (“Not now, I’m making lunch”), asking for help getting dressed (“Look, you’re old enough now to do it yourself ”). By dint of receiving negative responses, he threw in the towel and ended up internalizing: “my parents don’t do anything for me, they don’t care about me and don’t give a damn about making me happy”.

Asking for help and bitching is then a good tip so that parents have no choice: if I don’t dress myself, they will have to help me !! While forcing them to play ball is a different story …

As a parent, this lack of autonomy exasperates us. Because we have other children to take care of; because we are focused on something else; or simply because he KNOWS how to do it, while he lets us enjoy a little of our free time! In short, feeling over-solicited, we would tend to flee and be even less motivated to spend time with our child who is never happy.

And there, hello the vicious circle: we give him less and less “pleasant” time, so he will ask for more attention, multiply bad behavior so that we take care of him, which will make us want to leave it all alone … at the risk of seeing this frustration turn into tears, fits or great anger. In short, our child certainly groans all the time, but it is because he needs to establish a real relationship with us, and that he does not know how to tell us: “Say Mum / Dad, I understand that your job is important. Could it be possible that we both take a moment and that you give me the same quality of attention! “.

Moreover, you will find keys to help our child to better control his emotions and in particular his anger in our special file, the ANTI-ANGER PACK: The ultimate file to manage frustrations, ‘whims’ and other crises, bFull of advice and other ideas … If you are interested, to receive it (free of charge, of course), nothing could be simpler: enter your email below and I will send it directly to your inbox.

How can we put an end to the unnecessary complaints and solicitations of our children?

Devote time to him

If we have entered this vicious circle, we must act: it is up to us, parents, to reverse the trend by taking time for it. I am talking about “real” time here, a time of play, a time of discussion, a time just for him, to make him feel that he matters to us and that he is not just one more mouth. to feed.

And for a child, even 7 years old, to communicate is above all to play.

Lawrence J. Cohen (American psychologist, specialist in children’s play), said: Kids don’t say “I had a hard day at school today: can I tell you about it?” They say, “Are you playing with me? “.

So let’s take the time to really play with him, finding games that suit him and us. Let’s play ball, board games, organize theater improvisations, make paper casseroles, have a pillow fight, tell each other jokes, play grotesque characters, organize a treasure hunt , etc. And (the most difficult) let’s not play with him “to play”, “so that he leaves us alone”, but we also try to take full advantage of this moment, to be with him, 100% present, to think of nothing other than the game we share. It is by giving him this real attention that he will feel considered, loved, satisfied.

Of course, things won’t get better overnight, it will take a little while for her to be full, and family harmony to be restored, but it’s clearly worth it!

Listen to him and take his opinion into consideration

We want to please our children with a walk to the zoo, a great dessert or a trip to the movies and they are still moaning. It drives us crazy! We feel like we are sacrificing ourselves and not being rewarded. However, if we organize something to make him happy, wouldn’t it be best to discuss it with him beforehand? To let him suggest activities or give his opinion.

Obviously, one cannot always take only one’s opinion into account. But the point is to listen to him and involve him when possible.

Take the vacation example. We choose to go to the Creuse this summer (and it is not negotiable). Why not tell our children: “We are going on vacation in the Creuse, is there an activity that would make you happy if we all did it together?”

By having the right to express himself, he feels considered and listened to.

From a certain age, it becomes essential to encourage our child to share his opinion and his feelings. He finally has the opportunity to communicate, let’s take advantage of it! Let’s give him the floor and listen to him, that’s what will make him grow. And parent-child exchanges will be richer and richer. We all have to gain!

We would love to thank the writer of this short article for this awesome web content

My child groans all the time: the key attitude to make him smile again!

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We do everything for our child: we prepare his breakfast, we bought him his favorite cereals, but here it is: the milk is not at the right temperature … He groans because he wants me to help him ‘dress while he is past the age. We offer him a great vacation and, again, he finds a way to complain because he’s too hot! In short, our child groans all the time! To believe that our child is really spoiled rotten, that he is never happy and that he will never be… How to react?

Why does a child rattle?

You know my credo: “A child who behaves badly is a child who is bad”.

So why do you think our child rattles all the time? Funny, when I wrote the article on “What to do with a gasping baby?” the answer to this question seemed pretty obvious. When I wrote the article “What to do about a child who moans?”, It was a little less obvious but not rocket science… And now, by addressing the bad mood in a “big” (say around 7 years old) ), here I am drying …

So I put the question to a boy of that age who was spending the holidays with us. Simple and transparent answer: “It’s because I would like my parents to take more care of me”. Exactly the same as for a baby or a young child after all!

Super cereals, vacations in the sun, the pool and ice cream cones, it’s nice… but what he really wants is to be taken care of. And for a child, showing that you are never happy and complaining about a thousand small details (the shape of the cornflakes!), It is just an opportunity to express your frustration … All the more so that you do not didn’t ask if it was really this cereal he wanted!

Before bitching and complaining, our child has certainly already tried to make us understand otherwise that he would like to spend more time with us: asking us to play ball (“Not now, I’m making lunch”), asking for help getting dressed (“Look, you’re old enough now to do it yourself ”). By dint of receiving negative responses, he threw in the towel and ended up internalizing: “my parents don’t do anything for me, they don’t care about me and don’t give a damn about making me happy”.

Asking for help and bitching is then a good tip so that parents have no choice: if I don’t dress myself, they will have to help me !! While forcing them to play ball is a different story …

As a parent, this lack of autonomy exasperates us. Because we have other children to take care of; because we are focused on something else; or simply because he KNOWS how to do it, while he lets us enjoy a little of our free time! In short, feeling over-solicited, we would tend to flee and be even less motivated to spend time with our child who is never happy.

And there, hello the vicious circle: we give him less and less “pleasant” time, so he will ask for more attention, multiply bad behavior so that we take care of him, which will make us want to leave it all alone … at the risk of seeing this frustration turn into tears, fits or great anger. In short, our child certainly groans all the time, but it is because he needs to establish a real relationship with us, and that he does not know how to tell us: “Say Mum / Dad, I understand that your job is important. Could it be possible that we both take a moment and that you give me the same quality of attention! “.

Moreover, you will find keys to help our child to better control his emotions and in particular his anger in our special file, the ANTI-ANGER PACK: The ultimate file to manage frustrations, ‘whims’ and other crises, bFull of advice and other ideas … If you are interested, to receive it (free of charge, of course), nothing could be simpler: enter your email below and I will send it directly to your inbox.

How can we put an end to the unnecessary complaints and solicitations of our children?

Devote time to him

If we have entered this vicious circle, we must act: it is up to us, parents, to reverse the trend by taking time for it. I am talking about “real” time here, a time of play, a time of discussion, a time just for him, to make him feel that he matters to us and that he is not just one more mouth. to feed.

And for a child, even 7 years old, to communicate is above all to play.

Lawrence J. Cohen (American psychologist, specialist in children’s play), said: Kids don’t say “I had a hard day at school today: can I tell you about it?” They say, “Are you playing with me? “.

So let’s take the time to really play with him, finding games that suit him and us. Let’s play ball, board games, organize theater improvisations, make paper casseroles, have a pillow fight, tell each other jokes, play grotesque characters, organize a treasure hunt , etc. And (the most difficult) let’s not play with him “to play”, “so that he leaves us alone”, but we also try to take full advantage of this moment, to be with him, 100% present, to think of nothing other than the game we share. It is by giving him this real attention that he will feel considered, loved, satisfied.

Of course, things won’t get better overnight, it will take a little while for her to be full, and family harmony to be restored, but it’s clearly worth it!

Listen to him and take his opinion into consideration

We want to please our children with a walk to the zoo, a great dessert or a trip to the movies and they are still moaning. It drives us crazy! We feel like we are sacrificing ourselves and not being rewarded. However, if we organize something to make him happy, wouldn’t it be best to discuss it with him beforehand? To let him suggest activities or give his opinion.

Obviously, one cannot always take only one’s opinion into account. But the point is to listen to him and involve him when possible.

Take the vacation example. We choose to go to the Creuse this summer (and it is not negotiable). Why not tell our children: “We are going on vacation in the Creuse, is there an activity that would make you happy if we all did it together?”

By having the right to express himself, he feels considered and listened to.

From a certain age, it becomes essential to encourage our child to share his opinion and his feelings. He finally has the opportunity to communicate, let’s take advantage of it! Let’s give him the floor and listen to him, that’s what will make him grow. And parent-child exchanges will be richer and richer. We all have to gain!

We would love to thank the writer of this short article for this awesome web content

My child groans all the time: the key attitude to make him smile again!

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We don’t really know how he does it, maybe it’s a matter of his eccentric and natural charisma, but the fact is that Jeff Goldblum, far from losing the mojo over the years, it has only been gaining. In recent years, already in his sixties, he has definitively established himself as the epitome of cool: inspiration from memes, style idol and life model, an actor required from all angles of the industry to give personality to the most diverse fictions.

Or not fictions. One of his latest projects is ‘The world according to Jeff Goldblum’, National Geographic documentary series in which Jeff embarks on various informative adventures to explain the world of sneakers, or ice cream, or tattoos, from his restless gaze. The series opens in Spain next Tuesday, the 24th, as part of the Disney + offer.

For those of us who love Goldblum, this title alone is reason enough to shell out the umpteenth fee for a streaming service that is needed. We are talking about a series really for fans of the actor, because here he is the absolute protagonist in a way that he has not been for a long time.

On the arm of Geena Davis

Early in his career, it took the actor more than a decade for us to learn his name. He usually says that it was Philip Kaufman who gave him, in the filming of ‘The Invasion of Body Thieves’, freedom to develop his most peculiar and singular impulses, his most jazzy ways of speaking and gesturing. Before, he had had small roles in ‘California split’ and ‘Nashville’, Robert Altman, who offered him a character with more prominence in the 80s in ‘Tres en un diván’.

He began that decade with cult titles such as ‘Reunion’ and ‘When the night comes’, followed by the film with which he was really noticed: ‘The fly’, of course. In the great remake of Cronenberg From the 1958 little horror classic, Goldblum was Seth Brundle, a scientist who accidentally merges with a fly during a teleportation experiment. His degenerative process made the hair stand on end and the heart in a fist, the latter because we were, in essence, before a tragic love story.

She is not the only one in which she has shared a poster with Geena Davis: before there was ‘Transylvania 6-5000’ and after ‘The girls on Earth are easy’. Davis was also the second of three wives, between 1987 and 1990. Before (1980-1986) he was married to actress Patricia Gaul. In 2014 he said ‘yes’ to former Olympic gymnast Emilie Livingston, three decades younger than him. Goldblum is still in his best form.

Blockbusters hero

After ‘La mosca’, Goldblum did not become a mainstream figure to use, but accepted, one after another, the most unusual projects possible, including the rare sight of the Spanish cinema ‘The dream of the crazy monkey’, by Fernando Trueba. If you had a project outside the norm, Goldblum wanted to be in it.

In the 90s, he returned to the forefront of Hollywood as Dr. Ian Malcolm from ‘Jurassic Park’; in the sequel ‘The Lost World’ he had more prominence by popular request. Another ’90s blockbuster that Goldblum enhanced with his mere presence was’ Independence Day,’ in which he played an accomplished telecommunications engineer and memorable phrase vending machine.

He was also, two decades later, in ‘Independence day: Counterattack’, but from those years it is more worth remembering his creative relationship with Wes Anderson, settled and strengthened in ‘The great Budapest hotel’ and ‘Isle of dogs’ after having started in 2004 with ‘Life aquatic’. Also for the past decade, Jeff tried to bring electricity to television (in the series ‘Law & Order: Criminal Action’), but soon became too self-conscious and looked in another direction.

Goldblum needs to have fun in life. And that can be translated into improvising as a villain in ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, recording vocal jazz albums (he already has a couple) or explaining the world to us in his own way from a delicious series that, as reported, is cooking second season .

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Jeff Goldblum: a vital model

" } ["summary"]=> string(510) "We don’t really know how he does it, maybe it’s a matter of his eccentric and natural charisma, but the fact is that Jeff Goldblum, far from losing the mojo over the years, it has only been gaining. In recent years, already in his sixties, he has definitively established himself as the epitome of cool: ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6595) "

We don’t really know how he does it, maybe it’s a matter of his eccentric and natural charisma, but the fact is that Jeff Goldblum, far from losing the mojo over the years, it has only been gaining. In recent years, already in his sixties, he has definitively established himself as the epitome of cool: inspiration from memes, style idol and life model, an actor required from all angles of the industry to give personality to the most diverse fictions.

Or not fictions. One of his latest projects is ‘The world according to Jeff Goldblum’, National Geographic documentary series in which Jeff embarks on various informative adventures to explain the world of sneakers, or ice cream, or tattoos, from his restless gaze. The series opens in Spain next Tuesday, the 24th, as part of the Disney + offer.

For those of us who love Goldblum, this title alone is reason enough to shell out the umpteenth fee for a streaming service that is needed. We are talking about a series really for fans of the actor, because here he is the absolute protagonist in a way that he has not been for a long time.

On the arm of Geena Davis

Early in his career, it took the actor more than a decade for us to learn his name. He usually says that it was Philip Kaufman who gave him, in the filming of ‘The Invasion of Body Thieves’, freedom to develop his most peculiar and singular impulses, his most jazzy ways of speaking and gesturing. Before, he had had small roles in ‘California split’ and ‘Nashville’, Robert Altman, who offered him a character with more prominence in the 80s in ‘Tres en un diván’.

He began that decade with cult titles such as ‘Reunion’ and ‘When the night comes’, followed by the film with which he was really noticed: ‘The fly’, of course. In the great remake of Cronenberg From the 1958 little horror classic, Goldblum was Seth Brundle, a scientist who accidentally merges with a fly during a teleportation experiment. His degenerative process made the hair stand on end and the heart in a fist, the latter because we were, in essence, before a tragic love story.

She is not the only one in which she has shared a poster with Geena Davis: before there was ‘Transylvania 6-5000’ and after ‘The girls on Earth are easy’. Davis was also the second of three wives, between 1987 and 1990. Before (1980-1986) he was married to actress Patricia Gaul. In 2014 he said ‘yes’ to former Olympic gymnast Emilie Livingston, three decades younger than him. Goldblum is still in his best form.

Blockbusters hero

After ‘La mosca’, Goldblum did not become a mainstream figure to use, but accepted, one after another, the most unusual projects possible, including the rare sight of the Spanish cinema ‘The dream of the crazy monkey’, by Fernando Trueba. If you had a project outside the norm, Goldblum wanted to be in it.

In the 90s, he returned to the forefront of Hollywood as Dr. Ian Malcolm from ‘Jurassic Park’; in the sequel ‘The Lost World’ he had more prominence by popular request. Another ’90s blockbuster that Goldblum enhanced with his mere presence was’ Independence Day,’ in which he played an accomplished telecommunications engineer and memorable phrase vending machine.

He was also, two decades later, in ‘Independence day: Counterattack’, but from those years it is more worth remembering his creative relationship with Wes Anderson, settled and strengthened in ‘The great Budapest hotel’ and ‘Isle of dogs’ after having started in 2004 with ‘Life aquatic’. Also for the past decade, Jeff tried to bring electricity to television (in the series ‘Law & Order: Criminal Action’), but soon became too self-conscious and looked in another direction.

Goldblum needs to have fun in life. And that can be translated into improvising as a villain in ‘Thor: Ragnarok’, recording vocal jazz albums (he already has a couple) or explaining the world to us in his own way from a delicious series that, as reported, is cooking second season .

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Jeff Goldblum: a vital model

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637491370) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(50) "Ryan Reynolds, Best of Netflix’s “Red Alert”" ["link"]=> string(74) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/ryan-reynolds-best-of-netflixs-red-alert/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Scully" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 21 Nov 2021 09:55:38 +0000" ["category"]=> string(37) "CelebrityAlertNetflixsRedReynoldsRyan" ["guid"]=> string(40) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3662" ["description"]=> string(602) "@AnaliaCab It’s a fact: we all want to Ryan Reynolds. We know that he hardly ever talks seriously, not with his characters or in his off-camera occurrences in which he laughs at himself and does imitations. His gifts for comedy, and composing those roles of almost unbearable but lovable beings, give him the approval of ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4657) "

@AnaliaCab

It’s a fact: we all want to Ryan Reynolds. We know that he hardly ever talks seriously, not with his characters or in his off-camera occurrences in which he laughs at himself and does imitations. His gifts for comedy, and composing those roles of almost unbearable but lovable beings, give him the approval of the public to be a lackluster superhero as in “Green Lantern” -movie barely saved by his presence – an antihero with a punk attitude and foul-mouthed as “Deadpool” or the sophisticated jewel thief who composes in “Red alert” (“Red notice”) released a few days ago on Netflix and shortly before in some movie theaters.

Perhaps the only problem with good Ryan is that he begins to repeat himself and it is difficult to find nuances in his different roles. But he still has enough charisma to be the charming loser of “Free Guy” and then ignore The Rock, Dwayne Johnson, in this film that requires provision of popcorn.

The argument reads: “Interpol issues a red alert – the highest arrest warrant reserved for the world’s most wanted criminals – and John Hartley (Dwayne Johnson), the FBI’s best profiler, is the agent assigned to the case. His international hunt takes him to the center of a risky heist in which he must team up with the biggest con man, Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds), to catch the most wanted art thief on the face of the Earth, known as ‘El Alfil’ (Gal Gadot). An unusual high-level adventure begins for the three of them, in which they will have to traverse a pompous dance floor, find themselves trapped in a remote prison, reach the deep jungle and – to add insult to injury – endure each other’s company. “

Reynolds, Gadot and Johnson, friends and colleagues. (Photo: Netflix)

That’s right: we are not looking at a work that will make movie history, but it offers an entertaining journey, reminiscent of “Indiana Jones” and even a hint of “Mortal Weapon”, a la “buddies movies”. And seeing this top-of-the-line trio is just too tempting. “Dwayne and I have been friends for 21 years, I’ve already known Gal for about 10. It’s a bit like going to work with your best friends, and that’s the best way to work I can think of. I really loved this experience.” Reynolds commented in an interview.

Booth is self-centered and can’t bear to know that he is the “number 2” of art thieves. His meeting with the FBI agent will complicate things, but he will know how to take advantage of each situation in his favor. Eventually, of course, she’ll start to grow fond of the big man (another being of light from Hollywood) and consider not ripping him off.

For just over two hours, this peculiar trio lies to each other, helps each other, betrays, distrusts and friends in an almost frantic way. There is a trip (fictitious, they did not come) to our missionary jungle with the well-known excuse that there are Nazi treasures in our territory (when will the producers and scriptwriters forget that?) Implausible scenes but necessary for the action, and good doses of humor.

A.C

Check out the trailer for “Red Alert”!

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Ryan Reynolds, Best of Netflix’s “Red Alert”

" } ["summary"]=> string(602) "@AnaliaCab It’s a fact: we all want to Ryan Reynolds. We know that he hardly ever talks seriously, not with his characters or in his off-camera occurrences in which he laughs at himself and does imitations. His gifts for comedy, and composing those roles of almost unbearable but lovable beings, give him the approval of ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4657) "

@AnaliaCab

It’s a fact: we all want to Ryan Reynolds. We know that he hardly ever talks seriously, not with his characters or in his off-camera occurrences in which he laughs at himself and does imitations. His gifts for comedy, and composing those roles of almost unbearable but lovable beings, give him the approval of the public to be a lackluster superhero as in “Green Lantern” -movie barely saved by his presence – an antihero with a punk attitude and foul-mouthed as “Deadpool” or the sophisticated jewel thief who composes in “Red alert” (“Red notice”) released a few days ago on Netflix and shortly before in some movie theaters.

Perhaps the only problem with good Ryan is that he begins to repeat himself and it is difficult to find nuances in his different roles. But he still has enough charisma to be the charming loser of “Free Guy” and then ignore The Rock, Dwayne Johnson, in this film that requires provision of popcorn.

The argument reads: “Interpol issues a red alert – the highest arrest warrant reserved for the world’s most wanted criminals – and John Hartley (Dwayne Johnson), the FBI’s best profiler, is the agent assigned to the case. His international hunt takes him to the center of a risky heist in which he must team up with the biggest con man, Nolan Booth (Ryan Reynolds), to catch the most wanted art thief on the face of the Earth, known as ‘El Alfil’ (Gal Gadot). An unusual high-level adventure begins for the three of them, in which they will have to traverse a pompous dance floor, find themselves trapped in a remote prison, reach the deep jungle and – to add insult to injury – endure each other’s company. “

Reynolds, Gadot and Johnson, friends and colleagues. (Photo: Netflix)

That’s right: we are not looking at a work that will make movie history, but it offers an entertaining journey, reminiscent of “Indiana Jones” and even a hint of “Mortal Weapon”, a la “buddies movies”. And seeing this top-of-the-line trio is just too tempting. “Dwayne and I have been friends for 21 years, I’ve already known Gal for about 10. It’s a bit like going to work with your best friends, and that’s the best way to work I can think of. I really loved this experience.” Reynolds commented in an interview.

Booth is self-centered and can’t bear to know that he is the “number 2” of art thieves. His meeting with the FBI agent will complicate things, but he will know how to take advantage of each situation in his favor. Eventually, of course, she’ll start to grow fond of the big man (another being of light from Hollywood) and consider not ripping him off.

For just over two hours, this peculiar trio lies to each other, helps each other, betrays, distrusts and friends in an almost frantic way. There is a trip (fictitious, they did not come) to our missionary jungle with the well-known excuse that there are Nazi treasures in our territory (when will the producers and scriptwriters forget that?) Implausible scenes but necessary for the action, and good doses of humor.

A.C

Check out the trailer for “Red Alert”!

We would love to say thanks to the writer of this short article for this incredible material

Ryan Reynolds, Best of Netflix’s “Red Alert”

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637488538) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(68) "Chemistry breakthrough leads way to more sustainable pharmaceuticals" ["link"]=> string(102) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/chemistry-breakthrough-leads-way-to-more-sustainable-pharmaceuticals/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 21 Nov 2021 09:52:09 +0000" ["category"]=> string(70) "Health And Sciencebreakthroughchemistryleadspharmaceuticalssustainable" ["guid"]=> string(40) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3657" ["description"]=> string(751) "Journal Reference: Hannah E. Askey, James D. Grayson, Joshua D. Tibbetts, Jacob C. Turner-Dore, Jake M. Holmes, Gabriele Kociok-Kohn, Gail L. Wrigley, Alexander J. Cresswell. Photocatalytic Hydroaminoalkylation of Styrenes with Unprotected Primary Alkylamines. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2021; 143 (39): 15936 DOI: 10.1021/jacs.1c07401 Synthesising small-molecule drugs normally requires several steps, each one creating ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3749) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Hannah E. Askey, James D. Grayson, Joshua D. Tibbetts, Jacob C. Turner-Dore, Jake M. Holmes, Gabriele Kociok-Kohn, Gail L. Wrigley, Alexander J. Cresswell. Photocatalytic Hydroaminoalkylation of Styrenes with Unprotected Primary Alkylamines. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2021; 143 (39): 15936 DOI: 10.1021/jacs.1c07401

Synthesising small-molecule drugs normally requires several steps, each one creating waste products and solvent waste — these are often toxic and difficult to dispose of safely.

Currently, it is estimated that for every kilogram of drug made, around 100 kg of waste is produced, making it a hugely inefficient process.

The team at Bath, led by Dr Alex Cresswell, a Royal Society University Research Fellow in the University’s Department of Chemistry, has developed a new way of synthesising nitrogen-containing chemicals called primary amines, which are used in more than half of all pharmaceuticals.

The method uses a catalyst, activated by blue light, to speed up the reaction, and uses fewer steps, less energy and dramatically cuts down the waste created by drug development.

The team has tested the method by synthesising a drug used for multiple sclerosis (MS), Fingolimod (brand name Gilenya), which is made by Novartis and had worldwide sales of $3 billion in 2020.

The team has published their research in the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS).

Dr Cresswell said: “Making pharmaceuticals can be a wasteful process, with most of that waste being incinerated.

“Our new process synthesises α-trisubstituted primary amines using only one step, a goal that has eluded chemists for many years.

“People don’t really think about the pharmaceutical industry when it comes to carbon emissions, but some studies have calculated that big pharma emits more than the automotive industry.

“We’re really excited that our group is the first in the world to achieve this breakthrough, and hope that it could in the future lead to much more sustainable pharmaceutical manufacturing processes.

Whilst the new process is not likely to be adopted straight away by pharmaceutical companies for bulk manufacture of existing drugs, the team hopes that the method might speed up the process of discovery and development of new drugs, by making it easier to synthesise new chemical structures for testing.

Dr Cresswell said: “Building new molecules during the drug discovery process requires reactions that make it simple to ‘click’ atoms together in the required way, a bit like building models out of Lego.

“The aim is to make thousands of different derivatives for biological testing, and our new process gives chemists a way to connect certain atoms that simply wasn’t available before. This should help to speed up the discovery process.”

The team is now collaborating with several pharmaceutical companies to scale up the process.

We want to give thanks to the author of this article for this outstanding content

Chemistry breakthrough leads way to more sustainable pharmaceuticals

" } ["summary"]=> string(751) "Journal Reference: Hannah E. Askey, James D. Grayson, Joshua D. Tibbetts, Jacob C. Turner-Dore, Jake M. Holmes, Gabriele Kociok-Kohn, Gail L. Wrigley, Alexander J. Cresswell. Photocatalytic Hydroaminoalkylation of Styrenes with Unprotected Primary Alkylamines. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2021; 143 (39): 15936 DOI: 10.1021/jacs.1c07401 Synthesising small-molecule drugs normally requires several steps, each one creating ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3749) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Hannah E. Askey, James D. Grayson, Joshua D. Tibbetts, Jacob C. Turner-Dore, Jake M. Holmes, Gabriele Kociok-Kohn, Gail L. Wrigley, Alexander J. Cresswell. Photocatalytic Hydroaminoalkylation of Styrenes with Unprotected Primary Alkylamines. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2021; 143 (39): 15936 DOI: 10.1021/jacs.1c07401

Synthesising small-molecule drugs normally requires several steps, each one creating waste products and solvent waste — these are often toxic and difficult to dispose of safely.

Currently, it is estimated that for every kilogram of drug made, around 100 kg of waste is produced, making it a hugely inefficient process.

The team at Bath, led by Dr Alex Cresswell, a Royal Society University Research Fellow in the University’s Department of Chemistry, has developed a new way of synthesising nitrogen-containing chemicals called primary amines, which are used in more than half of all pharmaceuticals.

The method uses a catalyst, activated by blue light, to speed up the reaction, and uses fewer steps, less energy and dramatically cuts down the waste created by drug development.

The team has tested the method by synthesising a drug used for multiple sclerosis (MS), Fingolimod (brand name Gilenya), which is made by Novartis and had worldwide sales of $3 billion in 2020.

The team has published their research in the Journal of the American Chemical Society (JACS).

Dr Cresswell said: “Making pharmaceuticals can be a wasteful process, with most of that waste being incinerated.

“Our new process synthesises α-trisubstituted primary amines using only one step, a goal that has eluded chemists for many years.

“People don’t really think about the pharmaceutical industry when it comes to carbon emissions, but some studies have calculated that big pharma emits more than the automotive industry.

“We’re really excited that our group is the first in the world to achieve this breakthrough, and hope that it could in the future lead to much more sustainable pharmaceutical manufacturing processes.

Whilst the new process is not likely to be adopted straight away by pharmaceutical companies for bulk manufacture of existing drugs, the team hopes that the method might speed up the process of discovery and development of new drugs, by making it easier to synthesise new chemical structures for testing.

Dr Cresswell said: “Building new molecules during the drug discovery process requires reactions that make it simple to ‘click’ atoms together in the required way, a bit like building models out of Lego.

“The aim is to make thousands of different derivatives for biological testing, and our new process gives chemists a way to connect certain atoms that simply wasn’t available before. This should help to speed up the discovery process.”

The team is now collaborating with several pharmaceutical companies to scale up the process.

We want to give thanks to the author of this article for this outstanding content

Chemistry breakthrough leads way to more sustainable pharmaceuticals

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637488329) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(42) "Warning over antibiotic-resistant bacteria" ["link"]=> string(76) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/warning-over-antibiotic-resistant-bacteria/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 21 Nov 2021 08:34:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(52) "Health And ScienceantibioticresistantbacteriaWarning" ["guid"]=> string(40) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3652" ["description"]=> string(621) "Journal Reference: Joana G. C. Rodrigues, Harisree P. Nair, Christopher O’Kane, Caray A. Walker. Prevalence of multidrug resistance in Pseudomonas spp. isolated from wild bird feces in an urban aquatic environment. Ecology and Evolution, 2021; 11 (20): 14303 DOI: 10.1002/ece3.8146 Results from the study, carried out by scientists from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and published ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4859) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Joana G. C. Rodrigues, Harisree P. Nair, Christopher O’Kane, Caray A. Walker. Prevalence of multidrug resistance in Pseudomonas spp. isolated from wild bird feces in an urban aquatic environment. Ecology and Evolution, 2021; 11 (20): 14303 DOI: 10.1002/ece3.8146

Results from the study, carried out by scientists from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and published in the journal Ecology and Evolution, show the presence of the potentially dangerous Pseudomonas bacteria in over a fifth of samples collected (21%).

The researchers studied 115 swabs of wild bird faeces taken from around the River Cam over a two-year period. The faecal swabs were collected from locations within half-a-mile of the riverbank along a 10-mile stretch of the river in and around Cambridge.

Of the 115 samples, 24 contained the presence of Pseudomonas bacteria. Pseudomonas are a large group of bacteria which can be naturally present in the environment, and some of which are associated with animal and human disease.

Higher rates of Pseudomonas bacteria are normally associated with disease outbreaks in animal populations, and previous similar studies carried out in Spain and Slovakia have reported rates of between 2-10%. Pseudomonas bacteria may potentially be passed on to humans through cross-contamination.

One of the samples contained Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which is known to cause illnesses ranging from easy-to-treat ear infections to fatal lung infections and typically affects those with a weakened immune system. In the UK, Pseudomonas aeruginosa is the second most common hospital infection and approximately a quarter of people die from the illness.

The researchers then tested the effectiveness of five different types of antibiotics — cefepime, ciprofloxacin, gentamicin, levofloxacin, and meropenem — on each of the Pseudomonas bacteria isolated from the samples.

All Pseudomonas bacteria samples were found to be resistant to at least one of the antibiotics used on them, and three quarters were multidrug resistant, meaning they were resistant to two or more of the antibiotics used.

However, none of the Pseudomonas bacteria tested were resistant to all five types of antibiotics and only one of the samples — a strain of Pseudomonas koreensis, usually present in soil and not typically a cause of human illness — was resistant to meropenem, which is a last-line antibiotic strictly reserved for human medicine to preserve its effectiveness.

According to the O’Neill report, commissioned by the UK government and the Wellcome Trust, antibiotic resistance is a major global crisis that is causing 700,000 deaths annually. Unless tackled, this is estimated to increase to 10 million by 2050.

Lead author Joana GC Rodrigues, Associate Lecturer in Life Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), said: “The River Cam runs through the centre of Cambridge and is an extremely popular spot for leisure activities such as walking, picnicking, and boating. Therefore, the results from our study highlight the importance of basic personal hygiene, such as washing our hands after being outdoors, due to the risk of cross-contamination.

“We already know that more than 60% of human infections each year are attributable to zoonotic diseases, which are diseases passed from animals to humans, and our findings demonstrate the importance of identifying and monitoring potential pathogen ‘reservoirs’, including populations of wild birds.

“Surveillance is a key aspect of understanding antibiotic resistance but is often forgotten. Having up-to-date information about the presence of different bacteria and their resistance to antibiotics allows us to monitor our ecosystem health and act swiftly.

“We know that antibiotic resistance is a global issue that will continue to worsen if no action is taken. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated the emergence of resistance due to the overuse of antibiotics. Therefore, it is extremely important that everyone follows medical advice about when to take medication and for how long, in order to preserve their effectiveness.”

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this amazing web content

Warning over antibiotic-resistant bacteria

" } ["summary"]=> string(621) "Journal Reference: Joana G. C. Rodrigues, Harisree P. Nair, Christopher O’Kane, Caray A. Walker. Prevalence of multidrug resistance in Pseudomonas spp. isolated from wild bird feces in an urban aquatic environment. Ecology and Evolution, 2021; 11 (20): 14303 DOI: 10.1002/ece3.8146 Results from the study, carried out by scientists from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and published ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4859) "

Journal Reference:

  1. Joana G. C. Rodrigues, Harisree P. Nair, Christopher O’Kane, Caray A. Walker. Prevalence of multidrug resistance in Pseudomonas spp. isolated from wild bird feces in an urban aquatic environment. Ecology and Evolution, 2021; 11 (20): 14303 DOI: 10.1002/ece3.8146

Results from the study, carried out by scientists from Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) and published in the journal Ecology and Evolution, show the presence of the potentially dangerous Pseudomonas bacteria in over a fifth of samples collected (21%).

The researchers studied 115 swabs of wild bird faeces taken from around the River Cam over a two-year period. The faecal swabs were collected from locations within half-a-mile of the riverbank along a 10-mile stretch of the river in and around Cambridge.

Of the 115 samples, 24 contained the presence of Pseudomonas bacteria. Pseudomonas are a large group of bacteria which can be naturally present in the environment, and some of which are associated with animal and human disease.

Higher rates of Pseudomonas bacteria are normally associated with disease outbreaks in animal populations, and previous similar studies carried out in Spain and Slovakia have reported rates of between 2-10%. Pseudomonas bacteria may potentially be passed on to humans through cross-contamination.

One of the samples contained Pseudomonas aeruginosa, which is known to cause illnesses ranging from easy-to-treat ear infections to fatal lung infections and typically affects those with a weakened immune system. In the UK, Pseudomonas aeruginosa is the second most common hospital infection and approximately a quarter of people die from the illness.

The researchers then tested the effectiveness of five different types of antibiotics — cefepime, ciprofloxacin, gentamicin, levofloxacin, and meropenem — on each of the Pseudomonas bacteria isolated from the samples.

All Pseudomonas bacteria samples were found to be resistant to at least one of the antibiotics used on them, and three quarters were multidrug resistant, meaning they were resistant to two or more of the antibiotics used.

However, none of the Pseudomonas bacteria tested were resistant to all five types of antibiotics and only one of the samples — a strain of Pseudomonas koreensis, usually present in soil and not typically a cause of human illness — was resistant to meropenem, which is a last-line antibiotic strictly reserved for human medicine to preserve its effectiveness.

According to the O’Neill report, commissioned by the UK government and the Wellcome Trust, antibiotic resistance is a major global crisis that is causing 700,000 deaths annually. Unless tackled, this is estimated to increase to 10 million by 2050.

Lead author Joana GC Rodrigues, Associate Lecturer in Life Sciences at Anglia Ruskin University (ARU), said: “The River Cam runs through the centre of Cambridge and is an extremely popular spot for leisure activities such as walking, picnicking, and boating. Therefore, the results from our study highlight the importance of basic personal hygiene, such as washing our hands after being outdoors, due to the risk of cross-contamination.

“We already know that more than 60% of human infections each year are attributable to zoonotic diseases, which are diseases passed from animals to humans, and our findings demonstrate the importance of identifying and monitoring potential pathogen ‘reservoirs’, including populations of wild birds.

“Surveillance is a key aspect of understanding antibiotic resistance but is often forgotten. Having up-to-date information about the presence of different bacteria and their resistance to antibiotics allows us to monitor our ecosystem health and act swiftly.

“We know that antibiotic resistance is a global issue that will continue to worsen if no action is taken. The COVID-19 pandemic has further accelerated the emergence of resistance due to the overuse of antibiotics. Therefore, it is extremely important that everyone follows medical advice about when to take medication and for how long, in order to preserve their effectiveness.”

We would like to say thanks to the writer of this write-up for this amazing web content

Warning over antibiotic-resistant bacteria

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637483646) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(68) "How grandmothers’ brains react to the sight of their grandchildren" ["link"]=> string(99) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/how-grandmothers-brains-react-to-the-sight-of-their-grandchildren/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Tony Grantly" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 21 Nov 2021 07:17:12 +0000" ["category"]=> string(59) "Health And Sciencebrainsgrandchildrengrandmothersreactsight" ["guid"]=> string(40) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3649" ["description"]=> string(710) "Journal Reference: James K. Rilling, Amber Gonzalez, Minwoo Lee. The neural correlates of grandmaternal caregiving. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2021; 288 (1963) DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2021.1997 Proceedings of the Royal Society B is publishing the first study to examine grandmaternal brain function, conducted by researchers at Emory University. “What really jumps out in ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(7552) "

Journal Reference:

  1. James K. Rilling, Amber Gonzalez, Minwoo Lee. The neural correlates of grandmaternal caregiving. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2021; 288 (1963) DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2021.1997

Proceedings of the Royal Society B is publishing the first study to examine grandmaternal brain function, conducted by researchers at Emory University.

“What really jumps out in the data is the activation in areas of the brain associated with emotional empathy,” says James Rilling, Emory professor of anthropology and lead author of the study. “That suggests that grandmothers are geared toward feeling what their grandchildren are feeling when they interact with them. If their grandchild is smiling, they’re feeling the child’s joy. And if their grandchild is crying, they’re feeling the child’s pain and distress.”

In contrast, the study found that when grandmothers view images of their adult child, they show stronger activation in an area of the brain associated with cognitive empathy. That indicates they may be trying to cognitively understand what their adult child is thinking or feeling and why, but not as much from the emotional side.

“Young children have likely evolved traits to be able to manipulate not just the maternal brain, but the grand maternal brain,” Rilling says. “An adult child doesn’t have the same cute ‘factor,’ so they may not illicit the same emotional response.”

Co-authors of the study are Minwoo Lee, a PhD candidate in Emory’s Department of Anthropology, and Amber Gonzalez, a former Emory research specialist.

“I can relate to this research personally because I spent a lot of time interacting with both of my grandmothers,” Lee says. “I still remember warmly the moments I had with them. They were always so welcoming and happy to see me. As a child, I didn’t really understand why.”

It’s relatively rare, Lee adds, for scientists to study the older human brain outside of the problems of dementia or other aging disorders.

“Here, we’re highlighting the brain functions of grandmothers that may play an important role in our social lives and development,” Lee says. “It’s an important aspect of the human experience that has been largely left out of the field of neuroscience.”

Rilling’s lab focuses on the neural basis of human social cognition and behavior. Motherhood has been extensively studied by other neuroscientists. Rilling is a leader in researching the lesser-explored neuroscience of fatherhood.

Grandmothers interacting with grandchildren offered new neural territory.

“Evidence is emerging in neuroscience for a global, parental caregiving system in the brain,” Rilling says. “We wanted to see how grandmothers might fit into that pattern.”

Humans are cooperative breeders, meaning that mothers get help caring for their offspring, although the sources of that help vary both across and within societies.

“We often assume that fathers are the most important caregivers next to mothers, but that’s not always true,” Rilling says. “In some cases, grandmothers are the primary helper.”

In fact, the “grandmother hypothesis” posits that the reason human females tend to live long past their reproductive years is because they provide evolutionary benefits to their offspring and grandchildren. Evidence supporting this hypothesis includes a study of the traditional Hadza people of Tanzania, where foraging by grandmothers improves the nutritional status of their grandchildren. Another study of traditional communities showed that the presence of grandmothers decreases their daughters’ interbirth intervals and increases the number of grandchildren.

And in more modern societies, evidence is accumulating that positively engaged grandmothers are associated with children having better outcomes on a range of measures, including academic, social, behavior and physical health.

For the current study, the researchers wanted to understand the brains of healthy grandmothers and how that may relate to the benefits they provide to their families.

The 50 participants in the study completed questionnaires about their experiences as grandmothers, providing details such as how much time they spend with their grandchildren, the activities they do together and how much affection they feel for them.

They also underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure their brain function as they viewed pictures of their grandchild, an unknown child, the same-sex parent of the grandchild, and an unknown adult.

The results showed that, while viewing pictures of their grandchildren, most participants showed more activity in brain areas involved with emotional empathy and movement, compared to when they were viewing the other images.

Grandmothers who more strongly activated areas involved with cognitive empathy when viewing pictures of their grandchild reported in the questionnaire that they desired greater involvement in caring for the grandchild.

Finally, compared with results from earlier study by the Rilling lab of fathers viewing photos of their children, grandmothers more strongly activated regions involved with emotional empathy and motivation, on average, when viewing images of their grandchildren.

“Our results add to the evidence that there does seem to be a global parenting caregiving system in the brain, and that grandmothers’ responses to their grandchildren maps onto it,” Rilling says.

One limitation to the study, the researchers note, is that the participants skewed towards mentally and physically healthy women who are high-functioning grandmothers.

The study opens the door to many more questions to be explored. “It would be interesting to also look at the neuroscience of grandfathers and how the brain functions of grandparents may differ across cultures,” Lee says.

An especially gratifying aspect of the project for Rilling was personally interviewing all the participants himself. “It was fun,” he says. “I wanted to get a sense of the rewards and challenges of being a grandmother.”

The main challenge many of them reported was trying not to interfere when they disagreed with the parents over how their grandchildren should be raised and what values should be instilled in them.

“Many of them also said how nice it is to not be under as much time and financial pressure as they were when raising their children,” Rilling says. “They get to enjoy the experience of being a grandmother much more than they did being parents.”

This work was supported in part by the Silvia O. Conte Center for Oxytocin and Social Cognition.

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How grandmothers’ brains react to the sight of their grandchildren

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Journal Reference:

  1. James K. Rilling, Amber Gonzalez, Minwoo Lee. The neural correlates of grandmaternal caregiving. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 2021; 288 (1963) DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2021.1997

Proceedings of the Royal Society B is publishing the first study to examine grandmaternal brain function, conducted by researchers at Emory University.

“What really jumps out in the data is the activation in areas of the brain associated with emotional empathy,” says James Rilling, Emory professor of anthropology and lead author of the study. “That suggests that grandmothers are geared toward feeling what their grandchildren are feeling when they interact with them. If their grandchild is smiling, they’re feeling the child’s joy. And if their grandchild is crying, they’re feeling the child’s pain and distress.”

In contrast, the study found that when grandmothers view images of their adult child, they show stronger activation in an area of the brain associated with cognitive empathy. That indicates they may be trying to cognitively understand what their adult child is thinking or feeling and why, but not as much from the emotional side.

“Young children have likely evolved traits to be able to manipulate not just the maternal brain, but the grand maternal brain,” Rilling says. “An adult child doesn’t have the same cute ‘factor,’ so they may not illicit the same emotional response.”

Co-authors of the study are Minwoo Lee, a PhD candidate in Emory’s Department of Anthropology, and Amber Gonzalez, a former Emory research specialist.

“I can relate to this research personally because I spent a lot of time interacting with both of my grandmothers,” Lee says. “I still remember warmly the moments I had with them. They were always so welcoming and happy to see me. As a child, I didn’t really understand why.”

It’s relatively rare, Lee adds, for scientists to study the older human brain outside of the problems of dementia or other aging disorders.

“Here, we’re highlighting the brain functions of grandmothers that may play an important role in our social lives and development,” Lee says. “It’s an important aspect of the human experience that has been largely left out of the field of neuroscience.”

Rilling’s lab focuses on the neural basis of human social cognition and behavior. Motherhood has been extensively studied by other neuroscientists. Rilling is a leader in researching the lesser-explored neuroscience of fatherhood.

Grandmothers interacting with grandchildren offered new neural territory.

“Evidence is emerging in neuroscience for a global, parental caregiving system in the brain,” Rilling says. “We wanted to see how grandmothers might fit into that pattern.”

Humans are cooperative breeders, meaning that mothers get help caring for their offspring, although the sources of that help vary both across and within societies.

“We often assume that fathers are the most important caregivers next to mothers, but that’s not always true,” Rilling says. “In some cases, grandmothers are the primary helper.”

In fact, the “grandmother hypothesis” posits that the reason human females tend to live long past their reproductive years is because they provide evolutionary benefits to their offspring and grandchildren. Evidence supporting this hypothesis includes a study of the traditional Hadza people of Tanzania, where foraging by grandmothers improves the nutritional status of their grandchildren. Another study of traditional communities showed that the presence of grandmothers decreases their daughters’ interbirth intervals and increases the number of grandchildren.

And in more modern societies, evidence is accumulating that positively engaged grandmothers are associated with children having better outcomes on a range of measures, including academic, social, behavior and physical health.

For the current study, the researchers wanted to understand the brains of healthy grandmothers and how that may relate to the benefits they provide to their families.

The 50 participants in the study completed questionnaires about their experiences as grandmothers, providing details such as how much time they spend with their grandchildren, the activities they do together and how much affection they feel for them.

They also underwent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to measure their brain function as they viewed pictures of their grandchild, an unknown child, the same-sex parent of the grandchild, and an unknown adult.

The results showed that, while viewing pictures of their grandchildren, most participants showed more activity in brain areas involved with emotional empathy and movement, compared to when they were viewing the other images.

Grandmothers who more strongly activated areas involved with cognitive empathy when viewing pictures of their grandchild reported in the questionnaire that they desired greater involvement in caring for the grandchild.

Finally, compared with results from earlier study by the Rilling lab of fathers viewing photos of their children, grandmothers more strongly activated regions involved with emotional empathy and motivation, on average, when viewing images of their grandchildren.

“Our results add to the evidence that there does seem to be a global parenting caregiving system in the brain, and that grandmothers’ responses to their grandchildren maps onto it,” Rilling says.

One limitation to the study, the researchers note, is that the participants skewed towards mentally and physically healthy women who are high-functioning grandmothers.

The study opens the door to many more questions to be explored. “It would be interesting to also look at the neuroscience of grandfathers and how the brain functions of grandparents may differ across cultures,” Lee says.

An especially gratifying aspect of the project for Rilling was personally interviewing all the participants himself. “It was fun,” he says. “I wanted to get a sense of the rewards and challenges of being a grandmother.”

The main challenge many of them reported was trying not to interfere when they disagreed with the parents over how their grandchildren should be raised and what values should be instilled in them.

“Many of them also said how nice it is to not be under as much time and financial pressure as they were when raising their children,” Rilling says. “They get to enjoy the experience of being a grandmother much more than they did being parents.”

This work was supported in part by the Silvia O. Conte Center for Oxytocin and Social Cognition.

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How grandmothers’ brains react to the sight of their grandchildren

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637479032) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(58) "Philip Morris out: Ferrari on the market for a new sponsor" ["link"]=> string(91) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/philip-morris-out-ferrari-on-the-market-for-a-new-sponsor/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(8) "Tim Hall" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 21 Nov 2021 06:56:39 +0000" ["category"]=> string(37) "SportFerrarimarketMorrisPhilipsponsor" ["guid"]=> string(40) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3643" ["description"]=> string(617) "Farewell to Mission Winnow. Il Cavallino evaluates a different relationship with the historic partner who today brings in 125 million euros a year To the less attentive it may even seem that everything is as usual. Because the Mission Winnow brand has long been an intermittent presence on the Ferrari livery. Throughout 2020 it had ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5475) "

Farewell to Mission Winnow. Il Cavallino evaluates a different relationship with the historic partner who today brings in 125 million euros a year

To the less attentive it may even seem that everything is as usual. Because the Mission Winnow brand has long been an intermittent presence on the Ferrari livery. Throughout 2020 it had disappeared, this year it was seen in some GPs, in others not, in none of those in the countries of the European Union, to say, in compliance with the laws on advertising for cigarette brands. Although Mission Winnow is a very indirect message, and in its way, as we shall see, also very refined. Equally, the fact that for next year it seems destined to disappear from the Ferrari bodies is one of those news that makes you think of an era that is closing. Simply because Philip Morris and Ferrari have been racing together in one way or another for 48 years. And the fact that from next year it may not happen again is a sign of the changing times. Maybe someone will not notice it, certainly the coffers of Maranello will notice, given that the agreement up to this year has yielded a quantifiable figure of around 125 million euros per season.

Dialogues in progress

However, Ferrari continues to talk to Philip Morris, to see how to continue the collaboration, perhaps in other forms. If not, other potential high-level partners will be evaluated for the role of main sponsor, but without haste: the existing portfolio, net of Philip Morris’s contribution, is enough and advances not to give rise to major concerns in Maranello. Especially in consideration of the budget cap which limits the team budget to 145 million. Although it is true that pilots’ salaries remain off the roof and historically it has always been Philip Morris who paid them. Which speaks volumes about the symbiosis achieved between the two brands in almost half a century. A tried and tested partnership that not surprisingly has brought Philip Morris men in key roles at Ferrari, from former team principal Maurizio Arrivabene to the recent CEO Louis Carey Camilleri. All considerations for which it is inevitable to imagine that somehow the collaboration will go on. Mattia Binotto himself, last Sunday, after the Brazilian GP, ​​said: “The agreement will expire at the end of the year, but we are talking with Philip Morris. Relations are good and we will see how it will end in the coming months”. Therefore, more secluded modalities of the tobacconist brand can be hypothesized, perhaps with collateral activities, or initiatives related to pilots in countries where the legislation on cigarette advertising is less restrictive.

Back to the past

In practice, a kind of return to the past, at the dawn of the liaison, when, in 1973, the Marlboro brand began to appear on the Ferrari drivers’ suits, the older ones will remember it on those of Clay Regazzoni and Niki Lauda. On the suits, but not on the car. It seems to be the express wish of Enzo Ferrari. In fact, in those same years there was already the McLaren that looked like a package of Marlboros with wheels. Other times, and other laws. Not surprisingly, when in 1997 the McLaren became silver with the word West, the red changed its name to Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro. And Philip Morris did the reverse, albeit only in the UK: packs of cigarettes initially just all red, and then with a nice racing car stamped on them. It was a sporty lucky pairing with Michael Schumacher’s 5 titles. Then more and more nuanced and hidden, due to the more restrictive laws. Moving from the 2007 barcode of Kimi Raikkonen’s title to Mission Winnow. Articulated message: detached Win Now, means ‘win now’, while attacked, ‘Winnow’, is an archaic English verb that we could translate as ‘Mondare’, or even better with ‘spulare’, the operation of removing the chaff , impurities, from the grain before grinding. Symbolically: take away the negative aspects and keep only the good ones. Ferrari itself on its website, on the page where it describes the partnership, takes care to write that Philip Morris “is now committed to replacing cigarettes with smoke-free products …”. It is understood that sponsorship, as well as becoming increasingly vague, was becoming an unwarranted investment. Times change and everything changes, including Formula 1.

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Philip Morris out: Ferrari on the market for a new sponsor

" } ["summary"]=> string(617) "Farewell to Mission Winnow. Il Cavallino evaluates a different relationship with the historic partner who today brings in 125 million euros a year To the less attentive it may even seem that everything is as usual. Because the Mission Winnow brand has long been an intermittent presence on the Ferrari livery. Throughout 2020 it had ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5475) "

Farewell to Mission Winnow. Il Cavallino evaluates a different relationship with the historic partner who today brings in 125 million euros a year

To the less attentive it may even seem that everything is as usual. Because the Mission Winnow brand has long been an intermittent presence on the Ferrari livery. Throughout 2020 it had disappeared, this year it was seen in some GPs, in others not, in none of those in the countries of the European Union, to say, in compliance with the laws on advertising for cigarette brands. Although Mission Winnow is a very indirect message, and in its way, as we shall see, also very refined. Equally, the fact that for next year it seems destined to disappear from the Ferrari bodies is one of those news that makes you think of an era that is closing. Simply because Philip Morris and Ferrari have been racing together in one way or another for 48 years. And the fact that from next year it may not happen again is a sign of the changing times. Maybe someone will not notice it, certainly the coffers of Maranello will notice, given that the agreement up to this year has yielded a quantifiable figure of around 125 million euros per season.

Dialogues in progress

However, Ferrari continues to talk to Philip Morris, to see how to continue the collaboration, perhaps in other forms. If not, other potential high-level partners will be evaluated for the role of main sponsor, but without haste: the existing portfolio, net of Philip Morris’s contribution, is enough and advances not to give rise to major concerns in Maranello. Especially in consideration of the budget cap which limits the team budget to 145 million. Although it is true that pilots’ salaries remain off the roof and historically it has always been Philip Morris who paid them. Which speaks volumes about the symbiosis achieved between the two brands in almost half a century. A tried and tested partnership that not surprisingly has brought Philip Morris men in key roles at Ferrari, from former team principal Maurizio Arrivabene to the recent CEO Louis Carey Camilleri. All considerations for which it is inevitable to imagine that somehow the collaboration will go on. Mattia Binotto himself, last Sunday, after the Brazilian GP, ​​said: “The agreement will expire at the end of the year, but we are talking with Philip Morris. Relations are good and we will see how it will end in the coming months”. Therefore, more secluded modalities of the tobacconist brand can be hypothesized, perhaps with collateral activities, or initiatives related to pilots in countries where the legislation on cigarette advertising is less restrictive.

Back to the past

In practice, a kind of return to the past, at the dawn of the liaison, when, in 1973, the Marlboro brand began to appear on the Ferrari drivers’ suits, the older ones will remember it on those of Clay Regazzoni and Niki Lauda. On the suits, but not on the car. It seems to be the express wish of Enzo Ferrari. In fact, in those same years there was already the McLaren that looked like a package of Marlboros with wheels. Other times, and other laws. Not surprisingly, when in 1997 the McLaren became silver with the word West, the red changed its name to Scuderia Ferrari Marlboro. And Philip Morris did the reverse, albeit only in the UK: packs of cigarettes initially just all red, and then with a nice racing car stamped on them. It was a sporty lucky pairing with Michael Schumacher’s 5 titles. Then more and more nuanced and hidden, due to the more restrictive laws. Moving from the 2007 barcode of Kimi Raikkonen’s title to Mission Winnow. Articulated message: detached Win Now, means ‘win now’, while attacked, ‘Winnow’, is an archaic English verb that we could translate as ‘Mondare’, or even better with ‘spulare’, the operation of removing the chaff , impurities, from the grain before grinding. Symbolically: take away the negative aspects and keep only the good ones. Ferrari itself on its website, on the page where it describes the partnership, takes care to write that Philip Morris “is now committed to replacing cigarettes with smoke-free products …”. It is understood that sponsorship, as well as becoming increasingly vague, was becoming an unwarranted investment. Times change and everything changes, including Formula 1.

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Philip Morris out: Ferrari on the market for a new sponsor

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637477799) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(126) "Awakening Film, Wamenparekraf Angela Tanoesoedibjo: Kemenparekraf Has a Film Production Assistance Program : Okezone Celebrity" ["link"]=> string(156) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/awakening-film-wamenparekraf-angela-tanoesoedibjo-kemenparekraf-has-a-film-production-assistance-program-okezone-celebrity/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(12) "Sally Center" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 21 Nov 2021 06:48:29 +0000" ["category"]=> string(106) "ShowsAngelaAssistanceAwakeningCelebrityfilmKemenparekrafOkezoneproductionprogramTanoesoedibjoWamenparekraf" ["guid"]=> string(40) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3637" ["description"]=> string(862) "JAKARTA – Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy / Deputy Head of the Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Angela Tanoesoedibjo, attended the screening of the film “Like Revenge, Longing Must Be Paid Completely” at Epicentrum XXI, Kuningan area, South Jakarta, Wednesday (17/11/2021). Angela said that the presence of the Palari Films film shows the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5567) "

JAKARTA – Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy / Deputy Head of the Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Angela Tanoesoedibjo, attended the screening of the film “Like Revenge, Longing Must Be Paid Completely” at Epicentrum XXI, Kuningan area, South Jakarta, Wednesday (17/11/2021).

Angela said that the presence of the Palari Films film shows the revival of the country’s creative economy sector, especially the film sub-sector in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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“The presence of this film is a symbol of the revival of the Indonesian film industry. It is hoped that more films produced by the country will appear, so that they can support economic growth by opening up employment opportunities,” said Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Angela Tanoesoedibjo.

Kemenparekraf said Angela has a special program in encouraging the rise of the Indonesian film sector, namely the National Economic Recovery (PEN) program for films in the form of government assistance for film promotion, film licensing, as well as film production.

“In addition to regenerating film production, this scheme is expected to increase public interest in watching Indonesian films that are ready to be shown and support the progress of the Indonesian economy through films,” said Angela, who is also the Chairperson of the Perindo Party’s DPP for the Digital & Creative Economy.

Meanwhile, Edwin as the director of this film also expressed his gratitude for various parties who have helped in the production of his work. Edwin said the film was produced in collaboration with a number of international filmmakers such as cinematographer Akiko Ashizawa from Japan, editor Lee Chatametikool and sound director Akritchalerm Kalayanamitr from Thailand.

“There are a lot of collaborations and collaborations with crews from outside Indonesia. We strive for that collaboration from the start. It is also related to how this story can be owned not only by Indonesia, but also as widely as possible,” said Edwin.

The film “Like Revenge, Longing Must Be Paid Completely” stars a number of well-known actors and actresses in the Indonesian film industry. Among them are Marthino Lio, Ladya Cheryl, Ratu Felisha, Lukman Sardi, Christine Hakim, and Piet Pagau.

The event was also attended by the Deputy for Industry and Investment of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Fadjar Hutomo; Deputy for Digital Products and Creative Economy Kemenparekraf/Baparekraf, Muhammad Neil El Himam; Director of the Music, Arts, Performance and Publishing Industry of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Mohammad Amin; and Director General of Culture of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Research and Technology (Kemenbudristek), Hilmar Farid.

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Awakening Film, Wamenparekraf Angela Tanoesoedibjo: Kemenparekraf Has a Film Production Assistance Program : Okezone Celebrity

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JAKARTA – Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy / Deputy Head of the Tourism and Creative Economy Agency, Angela Tanoesoedibjo, attended the screening of the film “Like Revenge, Longing Must Be Paid Completely” at Epicentrum XXI, Kuningan area, South Jakarta, Wednesday (17/11/2021).

Angela said that the presence of the Palari Films film shows the revival of the country’s creative economy sector, especially the film sub-sector in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Also Read:

Angela Tanoesoedibjo: Kemenparekraf Boosts Digital Creative Ecosystem Development

Angela Tanoesoedibjo: Jakarta Muslim Fashion Week Boosts National Economic Growth

“The presence of this film is a symbol of the revival of the Indonesian film industry. It is hoped that more films produced by the country will appear, so that they can support economic growth by opening up employment opportunities,” said Deputy Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy Angela Tanoesoedibjo.

Kemenparekraf said Angela has a special program in encouraging the rise of the Indonesian film sector, namely the National Economic Recovery (PEN) program for films in the form of government assistance for film promotion, film licensing, as well as film production.

“In addition to regenerating film production, this scheme is expected to increase public interest in watching Indonesian films that are ready to be shown and support the progress of the Indonesian economy through films,” said Angela, who is also the Chairperson of the Perindo Party’s DPP for the Digital & Creative Economy.

Meanwhile, Edwin as the director of this film also expressed his gratitude for various parties who have helped in the production of his work. Edwin said the film was produced in collaboration with a number of international filmmakers such as cinematographer Akiko Ashizawa from Japan, editor Lee Chatametikool and sound director Akritchalerm Kalayanamitr from Thailand.

“There are a lot of collaborations and collaborations with crews from outside Indonesia. We strive for that collaboration from the start. It is also related to how this story can be owned not only by Indonesia, but also as widely as possible,” said Edwin.

The film “Like Revenge, Longing Must Be Paid Completely” stars a number of well-known actors and actresses in the Indonesian film industry. Among them are Marthino Lio, Ladya Cheryl, Ratu Felisha, Lukman Sardi, Christine Hakim, and Piet Pagau.

The event was also attended by the Deputy for Industry and Investment of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Fadjar Hutomo; Deputy for Digital Products and Creative Economy Kemenparekraf/Baparekraf, Muhammad Neil El Himam; Director of the Music, Arts, Performance and Publishing Industry of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Mohammad Amin; and Director General of Culture of the Ministry of Education and Culture, Research and Technology (Kemenbudristek), Hilmar Farid.

We would like to thank the author of this post for this amazing material

Awakening Film, Wamenparekraf Angela Tanoesoedibjo: Kemenparekraf Has a Film Production Assistance Program : Okezone Celebrity

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1637477309) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(136) "This is the Nomination for the Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart, Ready to Show Off the Indonesian Dangdut Award 2021: Okezone Celebrity" ["link"]=> string(168) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/this-is-the-nomination-for-the-most-newcomer-singer-in-the-heart-ready-to-show-off-the-indonesian-dangdut-award-2021-okezone-celebrity/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "David Lonit" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sun, 21 Nov 2021 06:48:06 +0000" ["category"]=> string(77) "ShowsawardCelebrityDangdutheartIndonesianNewcomernominationOkezonereadySinger" ["guid"]=> string(40) "https://wikileaksisdemocracy.org/?p=3631" ["description"]=> string(857) "MNCTV with great pride again holding an award and appreciation event for Indonesian dangdut people, one of which is the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart” at the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Award (ADI) which will be broadcast live on Wednesday, November 24 at 19.30 WIB at Studio RCTI+ MNC Studios, Kebon Jeruk, Jakarta. The grand ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(8591) "

MNCTV with great pride again holding an award and appreciation event for Indonesian dangdut people, one of which is the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart” at the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Award (ADI) which will be broadcast live on Wednesday, November 24 at 19.30 WIB at Studio RCTI+ MNC Studios, Kebon Jeruk, Jakarta.

The grand event of the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Anugerah, which is always held every year, always appreciates dangdut singers from all angles. ADI also does not miss singers who are new to the world of singing, especially in the dangdut music genre.

In this newcomer category, these singers come from various professions from celebrities, hosts and also from winning talent search events.

Well, here are the facts about the nominees for the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart” who will be fighting for the hearts of Indonesian dangdut lovers, including:

ANWAR SANJAYA, the owner of the full name Anwar Sanjaya is now known as the name “Anwar BAB”. BAB itself has the meaning “Not an Ordinary Artist”, Anwar’s name has been known since participating in a cooking competition in 2015. Now Anwar’s name is not only known as a Chef but also as a host and even a newcomer singer, Anwar’s first single entitled “Hiruka” Harapan Indah Ends The new Luka was released in 2021 with a total of 318,000 views.

ERA SYAQIRA, Era Syaqira herself is the singer of the song “Hareudang” or “Nestapa” which was viral on various media platforms in 2020. Apart from being famous as a singer, Era Syaqira is also known as a Vlogger and Selebgram.

GITALIA KDI, started her career as a singer by participating in the Dangdut contest “Indonesian Dangdut Contest” in 2020. Gitalia, known as Gita KDI, won first place at KDI 2020, now Gita has also managed to become one of the nominees for the “Indonesian Dangdut Award” as “ Newcomer Singer Most At Heart”. After releasing the song “Point of Light”.

HAVIZ KDI, started his career as a singer by participating in the Dangdut contest “Indonesian Dangdut Contest” in 2020 and succeeded in winning 2nd place. Besides being good at singing, Haviz is also good at playing a musical instrument, namely the violin, now Haviz has also managed to become one of the nominees for “Anugerah Dangdut Indonesia”. ” as “Most At Heart Newcomer Singer”. After releasing the song “Almost Crazy”.

RISA KDI, started her career as a singer by participating in the Dangdut contest “Indonesian Dangdut Contest” in 2020. Apart from singing dangdut, it turns out that Risa KDI is also good at sinden, as proven on several occasions when she became a KDI contestant, Risa managed to bring a Sundanese song perfectly. Now Risa has also managed to become one of the nominees for the “Indonesian Dangdut Award” as the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart”. After releasing the song “Putri Stage”.

WAHID KDI, started his career as a singer by participating in the Dangdut contest “Indonesian Dangdut Contest” in 2020 and managed to win 3rd place. He is a big fan of Rhoma Irama, but Wahid KDI is also known for being good at reciting the Koran to ambyar songs. Now Haviz has also managed to become one of the nominees for the “Indonesian Dangdut Award” as the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart”. After releasing the song “Di When I Separated”. Even now Wahid is active on his YouTube channel as a cover artist.

WINA GACIMA, graduated from the KDI contest, but the name Wina KDI is now known as Wina Gacima “Beautiful Girl from Ciamis” likes Korean style. Now Vienna has released a single entitled “Tape Sticky”. In addition, Wina is also known to often cover songs so that her name has been entered into viral accounts thanks to Wina’s unique singing works.

Meanwhile, the nominations for other categories are also filled with big names who are ready to be horrendous at the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Award later. The following are the full nominations at ADI 2021:

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Most Men’s Dangdut Singer in the Heart:

1A Adibal Sahrul

1B Danang

1C Denny Caknan

1D Fildan

1E Jirayut

1F Nassar

1G Ndarboy Genk

Most Female Dangdut Singer in the Heart:

2A Ayu Ting ting

2B Evie Masamba

2C Not Nurjanah

2D Inul Daratista

2E Lesti Kejora

2F Sandrina

2G Super Mom

Most Newcomer Dangdut Singer in the Heart:

3A Anwar Bab

3B Era Syaqira

3C Gitalia

3D Haviz

3E Risa KDI

3F Wahid KDI

3G Wina Gicama

Duo/Trio/Group Dangdut most in the Heart:

4A Arthuria Band

4B Duo Delima

4C Guyon Waton

4D Ndx a.k.a

4E Rizki Ridho

4F Tiger Trio

4G 2Langit

The Most Heart Dangdut Collaboration:

5A Abidal Sahrul feat Erie Suzan –True friends

5B Danang feat Syahiba Saufa-Ojo adoh-adoh

5C Denny Caknan feat Cak Percil – Angel

5D Denny Caknan feat Happy Asmara – Sastru

5E Esa Risty feat Wandra – Cidro

5F Nella Kharisma feat Dory Harsa – Kuat kuatan ati

5G Via Vallen feat Chevra Papinka – Last Night

Most Popdut Songs in the Heart

6A Star of Life – Happy Amara

6B Limited to this City – Vita Alvia

6C Love Story at School – Vita Alvia

6D Go Lost and Forget – Nella Kharisma

6E Breaks Or Continues – Shinta Gisul

6F Missing Missing Missing Her – Mala Agatha

6G Enchanted – Happy Romance

The Most Dangdut Song in the Heart

7A Past Wind – Danang

7B Take Me to the Penghulu – Lesti Kejora

7C After Drinking What- Sandrina

7D Last Night – Via Vallen feat Chevra Papinka

7E Tatitut – Ayu Ting Ting

7F Glutinous Tape – Wina Gacima

7G Wes Tatas – Happy Asmara

Support your favorite dangdut singer through the RCTI+ application, then comment on Instagram @officialmnctv by typing #VOTEADI2021(SPACE)NOMINATION CODE in the category photo that has been uploaded to the MNCTV official account. Voting has been open since November 8 and voting is valid until November 23, 2021.

Watch the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Award which will be broadcast LIVE on Wednesday, November 24 at 19.30 WIB at Studio RCTI+ MNC Studios, Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta. Only on MNCTV, Always in the heart.

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MNCTV with great pride again holding an award and appreciation event for Indonesian dangdut people, one of which is the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart” at the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Award (ADI) which will be broadcast live on Wednesday, November 24 at 19.30 WIB at Studio RCTI+ MNC Studios, Kebon Jeruk, Jakarta.

The grand event of the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Anugerah, which is always held every year, always appreciates dangdut singers from all angles. ADI also does not miss singers who are new to the world of singing, especially in the dangdut music genre.

In this newcomer category, these singers come from various professions from celebrities, hosts and also from winning talent search events.

Well, here are the facts about the nominees for the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart” who will be fighting for the hearts of Indonesian dangdut lovers, including:

ANWAR SANJAYA, the owner of the full name Anwar Sanjaya is now known as the name “Anwar BAB”. BAB itself has the meaning “Not an Ordinary Artist”, Anwar’s name has been known since participating in a cooking competition in 2015. Now Anwar’s name is not only known as a Chef but also as a host and even a newcomer singer, Anwar’s first single entitled “Hiruka” Harapan Indah Ends The new Luka was released in 2021 with a total of 318,000 views.

ERA SYAQIRA, Era Syaqira herself is the singer of the song “Hareudang” or “Nestapa” which was viral on various media platforms in 2020. Apart from being famous as a singer, Era Syaqira is also known as a Vlogger and Selebgram.

GITALIA KDI, started her career as a singer by participating in the Dangdut contest “Indonesian Dangdut Contest” in 2020. Gitalia, known as Gita KDI, won first place at KDI 2020, now Gita has also managed to become one of the nominees for the “Indonesian Dangdut Award” as “ Newcomer Singer Most At Heart”. After releasing the song “Point of Light”.

HAVIZ KDI, started his career as a singer by participating in the Dangdut contest “Indonesian Dangdut Contest” in 2020 and succeeded in winning 2nd place. Besides being good at singing, Haviz is also good at playing a musical instrument, namely the violin, now Haviz has also managed to become one of the nominees for “Anugerah Dangdut Indonesia”. ” as “Most At Heart Newcomer Singer”. After releasing the song “Almost Crazy”.

RISA KDI, started her career as a singer by participating in the Dangdut contest “Indonesian Dangdut Contest” in 2020. Apart from singing dangdut, it turns out that Risa KDI is also good at sinden, as proven on several occasions when she became a KDI contestant, Risa managed to bring a Sundanese song perfectly. Now Risa has also managed to become one of the nominees for the “Indonesian Dangdut Award” as the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart”. After releasing the song “Putri Stage”.

WAHID KDI, started his career as a singer by participating in the Dangdut contest “Indonesian Dangdut Contest” in 2020 and managed to win 3rd place. He is a big fan of Rhoma Irama, but Wahid KDI is also known for being good at reciting the Koran to ambyar songs. Now Haviz has also managed to become one of the nominees for the “Indonesian Dangdut Award” as the “Most Newcomer Singer in the Heart”. After releasing the song “Di When I Separated”. Even now Wahid is active on his YouTube channel as a cover artist.

WINA GACIMA, graduated from the KDI contest, but the name Wina KDI is now known as Wina Gacima “Beautiful Girl from Ciamis” likes Korean style. Now Vienna has released a single entitled “Tape Sticky”. In addition, Wina is also known to often cover songs so that her name has been entered into viral accounts thanks to Wina’s unique singing works.

Meanwhile, the nominations for other categories are also filled with big names who are ready to be horrendous at the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Award later. The following are the full nominations at ADI 2021:

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Most Men’s Dangdut Singer in the Heart:

1A Adibal Sahrul

1B Danang

1C Denny Caknan

1D Fildan

1E Jirayut

1F Nassar

1G Ndarboy Genk

Most Female Dangdut Singer in the Heart:

2A Ayu Ting ting

2B Evie Masamba

2C Not Nurjanah

2D Inul Daratista

2E Lesti Kejora

2F Sandrina

2G Super Mom

Most Newcomer Dangdut Singer in the Heart:

3A Anwar Bab

3B Era Syaqira

3C Gitalia

3D Haviz

3E Risa KDI

3F Wahid KDI

3G Wina Gicama

Duo/Trio/Group Dangdut most in the Heart:

4A Arthuria Band

4B Duo Delima

4C Guyon Waton

4D Ndx a.k.a

4E Rizki Ridho

4F Tiger Trio

4G 2Langit

The Most Heart Dangdut Collaboration:

5A Abidal Sahrul feat Erie Suzan –True friends

5B Danang feat Syahiba Saufa-Ojo adoh-adoh

5C Denny Caknan feat Cak Percil – Angel

5D Denny Caknan feat Happy Asmara – Sastru

5E Esa Risty feat Wandra – Cidro

5F Nella Kharisma feat Dory Harsa – Kuat kuatan ati

5G Via Vallen feat Chevra Papinka – Last Night

Most Popdut Songs in the Heart

6A Star of Life – Happy Amara

6B Limited to this City – Vita Alvia

6C Love Story at School – Vita Alvia

6D Go Lost and Forget – Nella Kharisma

6E Breaks Or Continues – Shinta Gisul

6F Missing Missing Missing Her – Mala Agatha

6G Enchanted – Happy Romance

The Most Dangdut Song in the Heart

7A Past Wind – Danang

7B Take Me to the Penghulu – Lesti Kejora

7C After Drinking What- Sandrina

7D Last Night – Via Vallen feat Chevra Papinka

7E Tatitut – Ayu Ting Ting

7F Glutinous Tape – Wina Gacima

7G Wes Tatas – Happy Asmara

Support your favorite dangdut singer through the RCTI+ application, then comment on Instagram @officialmnctv by typing #VOTEADI2021(SPACE)NOMINATION CODE in the category photo that has been uploaded to the MNCTV official account. Voting has been open since November 8 and voting is valid until November 23, 2021.

Watch the 2021 Indonesian Dangdut Award which will be broadcast LIVE on Wednesday, November 24 at 19.30 WIB at Studio RCTI+ MNC Studios, Kebon Jeruk, West Jakarta. Only on MNCTV, Always in the heart.

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We want to give thanks to the writer of this post for this outstanding content

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