Gynecology – Dr Jimmi Rios Sat, 25 Sep 2021 17:32:59 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Gynecology – Dr Jimmi Rios 32 32 What’s in a name? Phil McCann eases the nation’s mood | UK News Sat, 25 Sep 2021 16:22:00 +0000

A BBC reporter called Phil McCann delighted social media users on Saturday after being dispatched to cover the UK petrol shortage.

At a BP gas station in Stockport, which had run out of gas, people were quick to point out that he was clearly the best man for the job, since his name sounds like “fill my can”.

Phil McCann quickly started trending on Twitter, with one social media user saying, “Phil McCann! On the story of the fuel shortage. @TheSimpsons couldn’t have written something funnier than this. Well done #BBCBreakfast.

Another said: “There is only one BBC reporter to tell the story of panic fuel buying. And that’s Phil McCann.

Another person on Twitter pointed out that McCann is now part of a special club – alongside BBC weather presenter Sara Blizzard and PC Rob Banks from Avon and Somerset Police.

Reacting on Twitter, McCann said: “It’s like being back in ninth grade!”

A shortage of truck drivers has disrupted supply chains, affecting food and gasoline deliveries and causing queues at gas stations across the country.

Lincolnshire Police on Saturday urged drivers to refuel at petrol stations after long queues in the area, and Bedfordshire Police reminded motorists to make room for emergency vehicles during the waiting line.

The president of an auto association said on Saturday that panic buying rather than supply chain issues was the root cause of fuel shortages in some places.

EG Group imposed a limit of £ 30 per customer at its 389 gas stations on Friday, while pumps at some BP, Esso, Tesco and Shell forecourts were closed due to pending deliveries.

BP said about 20 of its 1,200 gas stations have been closed due to a lack of available fuel, with 50 to 100 sites affected by the loss of at least one grade of fuel.

]]> 0 Tamil Nadu: It will take more than a name change to make Tambaram a company | Chennai News Sat, 25 Sep 2021 02:53:00 +0000 CHENNAI: Sarvamangala Nagar in Chitlapakkam was a quiet area over 20 years ago, with mostly detached houses overlooking Lake Sembakkam.
Today, almost all the streets are filled with four- and five-story buildings. It lacks good roads, an underground sewage system and adequate water supply, a perfect example of unplanned urbanization.
While residents are optimistic that the decision to convert Tambaram into a company comprising neighboring local entities will bring better amenities, experts warn that the change in status should be reflected on the ground. This means that the new company should have experienced leaders, more functions or powers and funds. They also say the Chennai model should be followed so that Tambaram does not follow Avadi’s path, where little has changed since the municipality became a corporation.
DS Sivasamy, former additional director of the local government department, said the government should ensure that an experienced bureaucrat is assigned as commissioner and that more posts are created at the zone level.
With the government notifying the formation of the new company, Palvaram, Pammal, Anakaputhur, etc., can be divided into separate zones. The income earned by local organizations that will now report to Tambaram will be around 300 crore. But that may not be enough. “Funds are needed because the government often takes a good part of the income generated by a local organization in certain taxes. A local organization earns money from taxes, building taxes, licenses, surcharges and stamp duty. But, the government only gives part of the surcharges to the local body… ”Sivasamy said.
We need more civil servants, the municipalities do not have enough. “There is hardly anyone to do a ground check if a project is suggested.”
The new company will have to carry out underground sanitation, drinking water supply, road stops, rainwater evacuation and the improvement of public transport in almost all of the districts spread over 87,64 km².
In Pallavaram, little has changed in the workforce after its transformation into a municipality. This shouldn’t be the case, he added.
Ramakrishnan of the Sarvamangala Nagar Residents’ Association hoped that amenities will improve when the areas are attached to a company. “The change is evident in the neighboring neighborhood, which is in the municipality of Pallavaram. They have better facilities.
Similar is the hope of residents of many neighborhoods in Tambaram, Sembakkam, Pammal, Anakaputhur, Chitlapakkam, Madambakkam, Thiruneermalai, Peerkankaranai and other areas who saw how Nanganallur got good roads and other amenities after being attached to the Greater Chennai Corporation.
Chengalpet collector Rahulnath said a public hearing will be held after the model code of conduct for local elections is completed. “We have informed the government of the returns of the population. The GO is a preliminary. The government will take one last call. ]]> 0
Simon Zebo becomes the team named Munster for the season opener Fri, 24 Sep 2021 14:37:30 +0000

Munster’s record scorer Simon Zebo makes a lavish return to Thomond Park in a first competitive game with his home province since the Pro 14 final in May 2018, when they host the Sharks in their home game. opening of the United Rugby Championship on Saturday evening (kick off 7:35 p.m., live on RTÉ 2 and Premier Sports 1).

Zebo, who has scored 60 tries in his previous 144 games with Munster, has been selected on the left wing by Johann van Graan after his three-year return with Racing 92, and will be in a third alongside Mike Haley and Andrew Conway.

Munster was further boosted by the return of Springboks World Cup winner RG Snyman, who is set to make his Thomond Park debut on the bench in his second appearance for the province after missing last season due to a wound.

Eight of the Irish internationals from Munster who took part in the summer tests start the match, including captain Peter O’Mahony.

Craig Casey and Joey Carbery start together in the running backs while Rory Scannell and Dan Goggin form the central partnership.

Dave Kilcoyne, Niall Scannell and John Ryan come in first row with Jean Kleyn and Fineen Wycherley in second row. O’Mahony, Jack O’Donoghue and last season’s Player of the Year Gavin Coombes complete the starting XV.

Along with his replacement colleague Snyman, new addition Rowan Osborne is also set to play his first game for Munster at Thomond Park on his competitive debut for the province.

The Sharks make three changes from the starting XV who lost the Currie Cup final to the Bulls a fortnight ago, with center Louw Marius restored and a new pair of backs from Henry ‘Boeta’ Chamberlain and another former Ulster icon on Irish soil this weekend, Ruan Pienaar. The Sharks include former Munster second row Gerbrandt Grobler.

Tickets are only available online at and will be available for purchase online until kick off, but will not be available for purchase at the stadium on match day.

MUNSTER: Mike Haley; Andrew Conway, Dan Goggin, Rory Scannell, Simon Zebo; Joey Carbery, Craig Casey; Dave Kilcoyne, Niall Scannell, John Ryan; Jean Kleyn, Fineen Wycherley; Peter O’Mahony (captain), Jack O’Donoghue, Gavin Coombes.

Substitutes: Diarmuid Barron, Jeremy Loughman, Keynan Knox, RG Snyman, Thomas Ahern, Rowan Osborne, Ben Healy, Chris Cloete.

CELL C SHARKS: Bosch Curwin; Penxe Yaw, Kok Werner, Louw Marius, Abrahams Thaakir; Chamberlain Henry (Boeta), Pienaar Ruan; Mona Khwezi, Van Vuuren Kerron, Du Toit Thomas; Roets Le Roux, Grobler Gerbrandt; Richardson Dylan, Venter Henco, Buthelezi Phepsi (captain).

Substitutes: Mbatha Fez, Mchunu Ntuthuko, Mchunu Khutha, Gumede Mpilo, Van Heerden Ruben, Andrews Hyron, Nohamba Sanele, Ward Jeremy.

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Bartlesville Nonprofit Changes Name to Match New Online Safety Education Mission Thu, 23 Sep 2021 22:25:40 +0000

A Bartlesville nonprofit is changing its name to match one of its new missions.

The group teaches children how to use technology safely and teaches parents how to talk to them about it.

For 57 years this Bartlesville nonprofit has been known as the Mutual Girls Club. Volunteers worked with girls, teaching them life skills and character development.

The organization now has a new name, HeartMatters, and there is good reason.

“Last fall we started keeping digital media safe online,” said Penny Meadows of HeartMatters.

Social media and technology are a part of children’s lives and they wanted to make sure children know how to use these tools safely.

“Over time, as I became a member of the board and served here for about a year, then I saw how important this program really is,” said Keith Kliewer, member of the HeartMatters Board of Directors.

Everything went so well that Meadows and his team began to hear from children and their parents about the positive impact their program had on families. Sometimes the team intervened at the right time.

“We had testimony from a girl who had been in contact with an adult male, she was in 8th grade,” Meadows said. “We had another testimony from a grade 6 girl who was connected via Animae with an adult male who brought her into disharmony.”

The mother of this 6th grader said her daughter was in care and had no idea what would have happened if she hadn’t picked up the messages when she did.

She said anyone who spoke to her daughter online had tried to make her feel like she was part of a group that would always protect her and keep her safe and then send sexually explicit messages and videos. She said the messages kept coming in, even after the Grade 6 student told the group to stop.

“She was ashamed and didn’t feel like she could tell me what she had come across. She’s still trying to figure out that she was a victim,” said a mother from Green Country who wants to remain anonymous.

She and her daughter started working with HeartMatters.

“I literally saw her come out of this darkness,” the mother said.

Part of the program is making sure children know how to identify predators. The organizers will also call on experts and other Green Country nonprofits to teach parents and guardians how to have these conversations with the children in their lives.

“We also do character development,” Meadows said.

The new name reflects a new mission, a mission created to help every child and family that the organizers can reach.

For more information, visit their website here or their Facebook page here.

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The biggest names among the winners of the elections in Russia Thu, 23 Sep 2021 07:24:42 +0000

Russia held controversial parliamentary elections last weekend that were marred by allegations of massive fraud by giving the ruling United Russia party a qualified majority in the State Duma, the lower house of Russia’s parliament.

Although final results are due on Friday, election officials have counted 100% of the ballots and most of the winners have already been named.

Here are some of the most well-known faces who have won the Duma, races for local assembly and governor, or who have made a difference.

Sardane Avksentiyeva, who was the first female mayor of the eastern Siberian city of Yakutsk until her resignation earlier this year, ran for the Duma as a member of the newly formed New People Party.

New People, which is chaired by the founder of direct-selling giant Faberlic, Alexei Nechaev, scratched a 5% voting margin to win multiple seats in the 450-member Duma.

Avksentiyeva said she resigned as mayor of Yakutsk for health reasons, although unconfirmed reports linked his sudden departure to pressure from the authorities.

Yevgeny Popov.
Alexander Avilov / Moskva News Agency

Yevgeny Popov is best known to Russian audiences as the co-host of a disparaging Western talk show with his wife Olga Skabeeva on the public channel Rossiya TV, one of the most watched channels in Russia.

Popov, a United Russia member who started his journalistic career with Rossiya in the Russian Far East in the early 2000s, will now switch careers after beating a Communist Party challenger to win 35.17% of the vote in Moscow.

This vote, like others in Moscow’s single-mandate districts, came under fire after non-United Russia candidates saw their lead reversed as soon as election officials began posting the results of the vote online, who handed over to the members of United Russia all the districts of the capital.

Critics also raised suspicions about a days delay in releasing remote voting results, which led election officials to announce a recount – albeit without legal force to change the results. Election officials said they plan to expand remote voting to 85 Russian regions in the future, causing disapproval among critics of e-voting.

Ramzan Kadyrov.

Ramzan Kadyrov.

Ramzan kadyrov, the strongman of the Republic of Chechnya, in southern Russia, will extend his reign of 14 years over the conservative Muslim-majority region after winning the ballot with 99.7% of the vote.

Kadyrov and several of his associates face US sanctions for human rights violations, including the alleged kidnapping, torture and murder of Chechen men suspected of being gay and the 2015 murder of the prominent figure of the opposition Boris Nemtsov near the Kremlin. Critics have accused Kadyrov of orchestrating reprisals against opponents outside Chechnya’s borders after several high-profile murders of Chechen activists have rocked European capitals in recent years.

Kadyrov is seen as being given a carte blanche in his repressive Kremlin regime in return for his loyalty to President Vladimir Putin.

Maria Butina.  Kirill Zykov / Moskva News Agency

Maria Butina.
Kirill Zykov / Moskva News Agency

Several prominent Russian athletes won for United Russia, including hockey players Vladislav Tretyak and Vyacheslav Fetisovboxer Nikolai Valuev, biathlete Anton Shipulin and figure skater Irina Rodnina.

Maria butina, who was deported to Russia in 2019 after serving most of an 18-month sentence for conspiring to act as a foreign agent in the United States, did not get enough votes on a list of the United Russia party in the Kirov region.

Observers note, however, that Butina – who campaigned for gun rights in the United States and tried to persuade ex-President Donald Trump’s campaign to establish a back door communication channel with Russia – may always become a Duma lawmaker if another winner of United Russia abandons their seat.

Since returning to Russia, Butina has hosted a show on state-owned RT broadcaster, spoke publicly about torture in US prisons, and conducted a provocative interview with jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny of his penal colony.

Nominal seats

Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu and Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov also won nominal Duma seats after Putin picked them to lead the United Russia candidate list to increase the party’s overdue approval ratings.

Reports Over the past week, they said the pair intended to relinquish their mandates and keep their ministerial posts, which would theoretically allow Butina to replace them in the Duma.

The chief doctor of the Moscow coronavirus hospital Denis protsenko and ombudsman for children Anna kuznetsova also dominated the United Russia ticket in the Duma race. Reports say consultations are underway to determine whether the two will return to their day jobs or become federal lawmakers within the next five years.

Citing anonymous sources, the RBC news site in Russia reported On Thursday, Kuznetsova will become the only one of United Russia’s top five candidates – whose portraits were plastered on nationwide billboards during the campaign – to take her seat in the State Duma.

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Bolton Wanderers fans will know this name in the Derby County Administration saga Wed, 22 Sep 2021 16:05:01 +0000 BOLTON Wanderers fans may recognize one of the names that was put in charge of the Derby County administrative process.

Andrew Hosking, a Quantuma Insolvency Specialist, is one of the Championship club’s co-directors, it has been confirmed.

Quantuma was appointed head of the administration of the Bolton Whites Hotel in May 2019, completing the sale to Football Ventures the following August, which they say saved 100 jobs at the company.

A statement by Hosking posted on the official Derby website today read: “I can confirm that Andronikou, Carl Jackson and I have been appointed co-directors of Derby County Football Club today.

“Covid-19 has had a significant impact on the club’s finances and its long-term ability to continue in its current form.

“We recognize that with the start of the 2021/22 season last month, this news will be of concern to stakeholders and fans, in addition to the city of Derby and the football community at large.

“We are in the early stages of evaluating the options available to the club and would invite all interested parties to come forward.

“Our immediate goals are to make sure the club completes all of its league games this season and to find interested parties to protect the club and its employees.”

The derby fell at the foot of the championship after the EFL applied a mandatory 12 point deduction to enter administration. The club is also likely to receive other points for issues related to its financial accounts.

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Get used to hearing Fofie Bazzie’s name Wed, 22 Sep 2021 05:00:00 +0000

He has a unique first name, but it is a first name that is becoming familiar within the Colonial Athletic Association.

That’s because University of Maine free safety Fofie Bazzie currently leads the conference with 31 tackles and 10.33 tackles per game.

He posted a career-high 13 tackles in Saturday’s 31-26 win over Merrimack College. Bazzie is also tied for sixth in the conference in defended passes per game at 1.33 as he had four breakouts in three games.