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02 апреля, 15:59

Antibiotic use is rapidly increasing in developing countries

ANTIBIOTICS were heralded as life-savers when they became widely available in the 1940s. Today, they are fast becoming killers themselves. The more any given antibiotic is used, the greater the chances that bacteria will develop antimicrobial resistance (AMR) that renders the drug ineffective.

20 марта, 19:03

Обзор смартфона Asus ZenFone Max Plus (M1): "дзенфон" с "высоким" экраном

Этот смартфон первым в семействе оснастили экраном с "нестандартным" соотношением сторон (18:9). В начинке устройства, которую разместили в компактном металлическом корпусе, внимания заслуживает емкая батарея, от которой можно даже подзаряжать другие гаджеты. Простое переключение между двумя тыловыми камерами этого девайса позволяет быстро переходить, например, от съемки портретов к панорамным фото. Во всех плюсах и минусах Asus ZenFone Max Plus (M1) разобрались Вести.Hi-tech

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19 марта, 15:31

Amyris (AMRS) Soars: Stock Adds 14.7% in Session

Amyris (AMRS) was a big mover last session, as the company saw its shares rise more than 14% on Friday amid huge volumes.

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16 марта, 14:47

Иорданская принцесса помолвлена

Иорданская принцесса Нур бинт Асем (род 1982), правнучка короля Иордании Абдаллы I, объявила о своей помолвке с саудовским спортсменом Амром Зеданом (Amr F. Zedan). Зедан - известный игрок в поло и патрон команды по поло в Дубае.Принцесса Нур была замужем за своим кузеном, принцем Хамзой аль-Хуссейном. Их свадьба стала в Иордании государственным событием.До 2004 года принц Хамза и принцесса Нур были наследной парой Иордании, поэтому вы могли видеть их на многих международных королевских мероприятиях - свадьбах, юбилеях и т.д. В браке у Хамзы и Нур родилась дочь, принцесса Хайя бинт Хамза (род 2004).После развода принц Хамза очень быстро женился во второй раз, а принцесса Нур многие годы была одна.Во втором замужестве принцесса Нур бинт Асем сохранит свой титул, поскольку является принцессой Иордании по праву рождения.Пожелаем принцессе счастья!

16 марта, 03:05

Envision Healthcare Divests AMR Unit, Streamlines Business

Envision Healthcare (EVHC) divests its American Medical Response business to reduce leverage and focus on high-growth business.

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12 февраля, 17:36

The Ethics of Fighting Drug Resistance

The fight against antimicrobial resistance is based on an ethical imperative to protect human, animal, and environmental health, not just today, but for future generations. And yet tackling AMR poses its own ethical challenges and dilemmas, which policymakers need to address sensibly, transparently, and urgently.

27 января, 01:00

Donald Disappoints Davos

If the global elite was expecting a show, they didn’t get it.

23 января, 17:52

Мы поменяли боевиков ИГИЛ* в Сирии на американцев - Амр Элдиб

Узнайте подробнее по ссылке:https://news-front.info/2018/01/23/voennaya-operatsiya-v-sirii-eto-agressiya-protiv-suvereniteta-strany-amr-eldib/ У В студии программы «На самом деле» агентства News Front Амр Элдиб, политолог, специалист по Ближнему Востоку, и постоянный ведущий Сергей Веселовский.нас теперь есть приложения на Андроид и Аппстор: 📌Андроид: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.newsfront&utm_source=Viber&utm_medium=Chat&utm_campaign=Private 📌Аппстор: https://appsto.re/ru/fgCpeb.i Обязательно подпишитесь на нас в соц.сетях: http://www.vk.com/newsfront_tv http://www.ok.ru/news.front https://twitter.com/News_Front_info https://www.facebook.com/NewsFront.info/ https://plus.google.com/+News-Frontinfo Информационное агентство NewsFront – новый проект информационного центра «Юго-Восточный фронт». Информационный центр «Юго-Восточный фронт» начал свою деятельность в марте 2014 года. Сегодня мы расширяемся и растём, растут и объёмы информации, что потребовало запуска нового интернет-ресурса – сайта www.news-front.info News Front («Новостной фронт») – информационное агентство, цель которого – объективное и правдивое освещение событий в Новороссии, России, Сербии, Болгарии, Молдове, Украине и во всём мире. NewsFront видит своей целью защиту интересов русской цивилизации, показ истинного лица противников русского мира. Мы надеемся донести до общественности истину о совершённых преступлениях против человечности и помочь своим читателям и зрителям разобраться в нарастающем потоке циничной лжи западных средств массовой информации.

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23 января, 16:45

Tracking Big Pharma’s Progress on AMR

With the launch of a new index to track major drug makers, generic producers, and biotech firms in the fight against antimicrobial resistance, we now have the data we need to make progress on this crucial public-health issue. The hope is that the many companies that have not been carrying their weight will finally feel compelled to act.

17 января, 17:20

BD's CE Mark and Check-Point's Screening Test to Fight CPO

BD (BDX)-Check-Points' advanced bacterial screening assay will help lower mortality rates caused by AMR.

20 декабря 2017, 11:02

Обзор смартфона Fly Power Plus FHD: долгожитель с большим экраном

Этот смартфон в металлическом корпусе с 5,5-дюймовым Full HD-экраном оснастили довольно емкой батареей на 5 000 мА*ч. В бюджетном "фарше", приправленном операционной системой Android 7.0 с оболочкой Yandex Launcher, стоит отметить дактилоскопический сканер и поддержку "российских" диапазонов частот LTE. Не только плюсы, но и минусы, "долгоиграющего" Fly Power Plus FHD выяснили Вести.Hi-tech

13 декабря 2017, 02:32

Egypt Inflation Drops: ETFs in Focus

Egypt's inflation grows at its slowest pace in almost a year; economy rebounds as current account deficit falls.

05 декабря 2017, 17:21

Sinai, Sisi and the media - The Listening Post (Lead)

The bombing of a mosque in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula that killed at least 305 people marked the deadliest attack in the country's modern history. President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has promised to avenge the dead through the use of what he calls "brute force". He has reiterated that only he can guarantee Egypt's security and stability. His uncompromising tone was not unexpected, but some of the words he chose were new and worthy of note. "President Sisi used the term brute force, which is normally associated in Arabic with evil, with injustice rather than justice and upholding the law and preserving security," explains Mohannad Sabry, journalist and Sinai researcher. "And he said it very intensely as if the use of brute force over the past few years in Sinai has not contributed majorly to the worsening situation that we're seeing today." The Egyptian media landscape has turned into a burial ground for critical journalism. The US-based Committee to Protect Journalists says at least 26 reporters are behind bars in Egypt, making the country what it calls one of the "biggest prisons for journalists". Of the 180 countries the Paris-based Reporters Without Borders ranks in its annual press freedom Index, Egypt is 161st, below both Turkey and Russia, which is not easy. I doubt very much whether this kind of regime is going to allow for any access to independent journalism, whether in Sinai, or anywhere else in Egypt for that matter. Maha Azzam, head, Egyptian Revolutionary Council Unfettered journalism in print is rare. On the airwaves, it is virtually non-existent, an important factor in a country with a literacy rate of below 75 percent. Egyptian TV channels are littered with talk show hosts, many of whom owe their jobs to their loyalty to the Sisi government, and their flair for the dramatic. They blamed the Muslim Brotherhood for the attacks, as well as the governments in Qatar and Turkey, which they accuse of being sympathetic to the Muslim Brotherhood. "It's important to remember the role that television plays in a country where there is such a high rate of illiteracy," says Amr Khalifa, analyst and political columnist. "There are millions of Egyptians who are still illiterate. That's why you have somebody like Ahmed Moussa... because he's able to brainwash so many minds by virtue of oversimplifying the arguments." Access to northern Sinai is tightly controlled by authorities, so Egyptian journalists are often not allowed there - which the authorities insist is for their own safety. International journalists are locked out, too, but Cairo cannot stop them from broadcasting the images or relaying the facts as they understand them. When that happens, the foreign ministry or the state information service assail those news outlets - and often the countries they are based in. Meanwhile, the talking heads on Egyptian TV turn criticisms into talking points as if parroting the authorities' intolerance of real journalism, is a form of journalism. "There is only going to be one source, and that is the military source that's going to be provided through these very popular TV personalities," explains Maha Azzam, head of the Egyptian Revolutionary Council. "It's a matter of propagating a particular narrative. A narrative that says that the regime is pursuing a successful fight against terrorism. Despite the reality that we know that the escalation of violence has increased four-fold, or maybe even five-fold, since the military coup. And I doubt very much whether this kind of regime is going to allow for any access to independent journalism, whether in Sinai, or anywhere else in Egypt for that matter." Contributors: Mohannad Sabry, journalist and Sinai researcher and author of Sinai: Egypt's Linchpin, Gaza's Lifeline, Israel's Nightmare Amr Khalifa, analyst and political columnist Maha Azzam, head, Egyptian Revolutionary Council Hannah Elsisi, researcher, University of Oxford More from The Listening Post on: YouTube - http://aje.io/listeningpostYT Facebook - http://facebook.com/AJListeningPost Twitter - http://twitter.com/AJListeningPost Website - http://aljazeera.com/listeningpost

05 декабря 2017, 13:28

Америка никогда не воевала с террористами ИГИЛ* — Амр Элдиб

Узнайте подробнее по ссылке: https://news-front.info/2017/12/05/amerika-nikogda-ne-voevala-s-terroristami-igil-amr-eldib/ В студии программы «На самом деле» агентства News Front Амр Элдиб, политолог, специалист по Ближнему Востоку,, и постоянный ведущий Сергей Веселовский. Узнайте множество интереснейших подробностей, целиком посмотрев данный видеоэфир. У нас теперь есть приложения на Андроид и Аппстор: 📌Андроид: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=info.newsfront&utm_source=Viber&utm_medium=Chat&utm_campaign=Private 📌Аппстор: https://appsto.re/ru/fgCpeb.i Обязательно подпишитесь на нас в соц.сетях: http://www.vk.com/newsfront_tv http://www.ok.ru/news.front https://twitter.com/News_Front_info https://www.facebook.com/NewsFront.info/ https://plus.google.com/+News-Frontinfo Информационное агентство NewsFront – новый проект информационного центра «Юго-Восточный фронт». Информационный центр «Юго-Восточный фронт» начал свою деятельность в марте 2014 года. Сегодня мы расширяемся и растём, растут и объёмы информации, что потребовало запуска нового интернет-ресурса – сайта www.news-front.info News Front («Новостной фронт») – информационное агентство, цель которого – объективное и правдивое освещение событий в Новороссии, России, Сербии, Болгарии, Молдове, Украине и во всём мире. NewsFront видит своей целью защиту интересов русской цивилизации, показ истинного лица противников русского мира. Мы надеемся донести до общественности истину о совершённых преступлениях против человечности и помочь своим читателям и зрителям разобраться в нарастающем потоке циничной лжи западных средств массовой информации.

02 декабря 2017, 14:47

'We will respond with brute force': Sisi's narrative on Sinai - The Listening Post

On The Listening Post this week: In the wake of the Sinai attack, is Egypt's media taking their cues directly from President el-Sisi's government? Plus, a look back through Robert Mugabe's media legacy. Sisi's narrative on Sinai The bombing of a mosque in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula marked the deadliest attack in the country's modern history. President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi has promised to avenge the dead through the use of what he calls "brute force." He has reiterated that only he can guarantee Egypt's security and stability. However, independent journalists have virtually no access to the region and an anti-terror law restricts reporters from publishing anything that contradicts the government's account. "There is only going to be one source, and that is the military source that's going to be provided through these very popular TV personalities," says Maha Azzam from the Egyptian Revolutionary Council. "It's a matter of propagating a particular narrative - a narrative that says that the regime is pursuing a successful fight against terrorism. Despite the reality that we know that the escalation of violence has increased four-fold, or maybe even five-fold, since the military coup. And I doubt very much whether this kind of regime is going to allow for any access to independent journalism, whether in Sinai, or anywhere else in Egypt for that matter," she says. We look at the coverage of the attack - a story that the Egyptian government of President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi wants told its own way. Contributors: Mohannad Sabry, journalist and Sinai researcher and author of Sinai: Egypt's Linchpin, Gaza's Lifeline, Israel's Nightmare Amr Khalifa, analyst and political columnist Maha Azzam, head, Egyptian Revolutionary Council Hannah Elsisi, researcher, University of Oxford On our radar Russian president Vladimir Putin has signed into law a new legislation allowing the Kremlin to list media outlets that receive funds from outside Russia as 'foreign agents'. US president Donald Trump takes to Twitter to accuse US broadcaster CNN International of producing fake news - providing convenient cover for the government in Libya. Zimbabwe: A look back through Mugabe's media legacy A little more than a week ago, Robert Mugabe was forced to announce his resignation as president after keeping Zimbabwe - and the media there - under tight control for 37 years. The media landscape he inherited when he took office was tightly controlled by his predecessor, Ian Smith, and it reflected the interests of the country's white minority. Mugabe did not reverse Smith's media policies but he adopted many of them, ending hopes of a free press. Journalists covering protests, corruption and other stories challenging the government faced harassment, imprisonment and even assault by the authorities. How will Zimbabwe's new president shape the media landscape? We look back at Mugabe's media legacy and the state of journalism in the country. Contributors: Ibbo Mandaza, political analyst George Nyrota, former editor, Daily News Wendy Willems, assistant professor, London School of Economics - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/

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27 ноября 2017, 13:35

Turning AMR Words Into Action

Owing to the massive threat that it poses to world health and the economy, antimicrobial resistance has finally started to receive the attention it deserves. But awareness is only the first step; to solve the problem, governments, drug makers, and health-care professionals will have to start taking more concrete action.

18 ноября 2017, 12:05

Для борьбы с инфекциями учёные разработали электрически подзаряжаемую повязку

Исследователи из Университета штата Огайо обнаружили, что применение слабого электрического поля препятствует образованию биоплёнок из микроорганизмов, тем самым снижая риск заражения.

17 ноября 2017, 16:41

Для борьбы с инфекциями учёные разработали электрически подзаряжаемую повязку

Мы все чаще имеем дело с бактериями, резистентными к антибиотикам, поэтому учёные отыскивают альтернативные пути для борьбы с ними