Dr Jimmi Rios http://drjimmirios.com/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 17:08:24 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://drjimmirios.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/dr-jimmi-rios-icon-150x150.png Dr Jimmi Rios http://drjimmirios.com/ 32 32 Dua Lipa has strong legs and butt in a thong bodysuit in new photos https://drjimmirios.com/dua-lipa-has-strong-legs-and-butt-in-a-thong-bodysuit-in-new-photos/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 17:08:24 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/dua-lipa-has-strong-legs-and-butt-in-a-thong-bodysuit-in-new-photos/
  • Dua Lipa flaunted her epic booty and toned legs in a snakeskin thong bodysuit and fishnet tights while rocking on stage.
  • The singer starts her day with an early morning workout and enjoys strength training and cardio exercises.
  • Dua also devotes herself to adjusting to a 10-minute warm-up before embarking on more challenging physical activities.

To put it simply, Dua Lipa is as sculpted as heck, and she made sure everyone was well aware of that fact during her performance at the Sziget Festival in Budapest last night. As she sang, Dua turned the stage into her catwalk and took the opportunity to show off her sweet booty and strong legs in a thong bodysuit and fishnet tights.

The singer paired her look with heeled ankle boots and let her long dark hair flow behind her. Everything was just impeccable.

It makes sense that she’s as strong as she is, because her gigs are high-energy — they have her dancing, strutting, and rolling like nothing’s wrong. Yes, you have to see it to believe it.

In addition, Dua is a real expert at posing. Looked:

Dua Lipa on stage.

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And of course, she gave her fans a quick spin to give them another look at her killer booty. Go girl!

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Dua Lipa in fishnet and bodysuit on stage.

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Here’s the ‘fit in action:

But those epic muscles didn’t come without a big sweat. Dua gets busy early in the morning to start her day. “Being physical really starts my day off right,” she said. Refinery29. She also apparently took early morning Zoom sculpting classes led by her friend, Ella Jenkin, according to Cosmopolitan.

She previously trained with fitness trainer Peter MacIver who shared some of Dua’s secrets with a sculpted AF body with Women’s health in the UK.

Dua and MacIver trained together three to four times a week, each session lasting about an hour. During their sessions, she worked on cardio and resistance training, which often included hill sprints and bodyweight training, according to United Kingdom. They also practiced balance and agility.

He noted that Dua was adamant about her warm-ups. “We spent 10 minutes before each session to make sure his joints and muscles were ready,” MacIver explained. This allowed her to stave off injuries so she could continue to grace her fans with jaw-dropping dance skills on the reg.

Keep up the good work, Dua!

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The PSG star’s shy reaction to fans chanting his name https://drjimmirios.com/the-psg-stars-shy-reaction-to-fans-chanting-his-name/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 08:13:16 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/the-psg-stars-shy-reaction-to-fans-chanting-his-name/

Lionel Messi is hailed by many as the greatest footballer on the planet.

Wherever the Barcelona icon and now Paris Saint-Germain star goes, he is followed by adoring fans, many of whom hail Messi as the reason they love the beautiful game.

However, unlike arch-rival Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi is not one to shine in the celebrity world.

The shy youngster who traveled to Barcelona aged 13 from his hometown Rosario, never quite let his fame and fortune go to his head.

Which is crazy when you think he has 356 million followers on Instagram…

Instead, Messi always preferred to speak on the pitch, rarely speaking in public except when things really demanded of him.

Whether or not that helped him cement his legacy as a GOAT, we’ll never know, but that’s the beauty of Messi, he doesn’t need that title.

And in a recent video shared on Twitter, Messi once again showed his humble and introverted nature as PSG fans chanted his name as he warmed up on the sidelines of the Champions Trophy.

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In the clip, Messi can be seen wandering the touchline near the corner flag.

When the bleachers erupt in a chorus of “Messi, Messi, Messi,” he turns to give them a quick wave and gives them a thumbs-up before shyly lowering his head as if to draw attention away from himself.

Towards the end of the video, he can be seen almost nervously crossing his feet and rubbing his elbow because of all the special attention he was getting.

Watch the clip below.

He may be the greatest football player in the world, but your heart melts for him.

The funny thing is that as soon as he crosses that white line and enters the realm of the field, his behavior becomes unrecognizable.

Going from the introverted individual seen in the clip to the goal-hungry creative genius we all think of when the iconic Messi comes to mind.

Unsurprisingly, PSG cruised to a comfortable 4-0 win that day and lifted the disputed trophy between the Ligue 1 champions and the Coupe de France winners.

They will be hoping they can take their domestic success even further this year and claim their first ever Champions League title.

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Mother who lost baby in Fredericton hospital can’t afford to sue https://drjimmirios.com/mother-who-lost-baby-in-fredericton-hospital-cant-afford-to-sue/ Wed, 10 Aug 2022 09:00:00 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/mother-who-lost-baby-in-fredericton-hospital-cant-afford-to-sue/

Aimee Dunn, who lost her baby in March while being treated in the emergency department at Dr. Everett Chalmers Hospital, says she could never afford to sue for medical malpractice.

Dunn consulted the Wagners law firm to pursue legal action against the hospital and doctors involved, but decided that was impossible after being told of the costs and risks.

“I thought there was nothing I could do,” said Dunn, who left the phone call feeling hopeless.

Nick Hooper, a lawyer with Wagners, says the first problem in Dunn’s case is that his daughter had no legal vested rights under Canadian law.

had to be born alive

“The law says you are a legal person and you get legal personality when you are born alive and not before then,” Hooper said.

According to the autopsy report, Dunn’s baby girl died in utero, likely overnight.

A cesarean section was necessary to deliver a stillborn child on the afternoon of March 23.

Dunn’s insists it could have been avoided. She said no one had her heartbeat checked until 12 hours after she was admitted to the emergency room, 35 weeks pregnant and showing signs of preeclampsia.

Hooper said a fetus that suffers harm and is subsequently born alive has the right to sue for harm suffered in utero.

But families cannot press charges on behalf of a deceased person, he said.

In the case of a stillborn child, the parents can only sue for damages they themselves have suffered.

Aimee Dunn, center, her mother, Joanne Dunn, left, and her grandmother, Albina Stuckless, at a baby shower on March 5. (Submitted by Aimee Dunn)

In Canada, damages for pain and suffering are capped at approximately $417,000.

“And that amount is reserved for the most catastrophic circumstances imaginable,” Hooper said.

Plus, he said, a plaintiff could easily spend half or more of that amount on legal fees and independent medical experts in a case that could drag on for years.

Defense fund for “aggressive” doctors

Dunn, a part-time housekeeper, and her partner Mitchell Waite, who works as an auto mechanic, were also warned about the formidable power of the doctors’ defense fund.

Last year, the Canadian Medical Protective Association reported assets of $6.4 billion.

“As of December 31, 2021, we had $6,410 million in assets versus $4,746 million in liabilities, of which $3,997 million represents the accrued provision for pending claims,” ​​the association’s financial report said. .

After paying $276 million in compensation to patients and $223 million in legal defense costs for doctors, the association still had excess revenue of $196 million.

Wagners attorney Nick Hooper says a failed plaintiff in a medical malpractice lawsuit in Canada faces financial ruin. (Submitted)

“Physician insurer CMPA is worth billions,” Hooper said. “Defendants take advantage of the fact that, if a trial is necessary, a loss will be felt profoundly differently…between the parties.”

Hooper said it’s a sad reality that “medical malpractice cases are litigated very aggressively.”

“Even when there is care that appears to be substandard, the insurers involved usually push claimants through every hurdle.

“And if they go to trial and they lose, they’ll be saddled with a potentially huge award for costs.”

He said the presumption in New Brunswick is that costs would be about $7,375 for the first $100,000 claimed plus three per cent of the amount over $100,000, plus taxes, plus defendant’s disbursements.

“If, for example, two parents were each seeking half of the general cap on damages – each claiming $208,500, for example – they would risk an award of costs of approximately $16,885, plus taxes of approximately $2,532 $, plus defendant’s disbursements, which, in a medical negligence suit of this type, could easily approach or exceed six figures.”

Taxpayers subsidize the doctors’ fund

Canadian taxpayers also contribute to the physician defense fund through agreements negotiated by their provincial governments.

First, doctors are charged fees, depending on the risk associated with their type of medical practice and the litigious nature of their region.

For example, obstetrics physicians in Ontario pay some of the highest premiums — about $50,000 a year. In British Columbia they pay $31,000 and in New Brunswick it is $23,000.

Meanwhile, family physicians who do not work anesthesia, obstetrics, or emergency room shifts pay $3,500 in Ontario, $2,500 in British Columbia, and $2,100 in New Brunswick.

Then the doctors are reimbursed. In New Brunswick, under an agreement with the New Brunswick Medical Society, the province reimburses doctors for any amount over $500.

Aimee Dunn and her partner, Mitchell Waite, spoke to Wagners’ attorneys about what it would take to file a lawsuit against their stillborn daughter. (Rachel Cave/CBC News)

“The reason why [provinces] have done this, of course, is the tool of competitiveness, retention and attraction for physicians who view this cost as a significant cost to sustaining the practice,” said Anthony Knight, the company’s chief executive.

“And I will say that’s considerably less than what American doctors pay for what would be considered malpractice insurance in that part of the world.”

Last year, 1,957 New Brunswick doctors received reimbursements worth a total of $6.23 million, paid for by the government.

Apologies are not an admission of guilt

Two months after their daughter’s death, Dunn and Waite said they had met with hospital leaders, including department heads – and all of them apologised.

However, the healthcare staff’s apology does not constitute an admission of wrongdoing and is not admissible in civil proceedings under the New Brunswick Health Quality and Patient Safety Act.

And for Dunn, that’s not enough.

“If I was rich, I would still sue them,” she said.

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‘Glyndwr’ may be dropped as part of university rebranding and name https://drjimmirios.com/glyndwr-may-be-dropped-as-part-of-university-rebranding-and-name/ Wed, 10 Aug 2022 01:34:09 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/glyndwr-may-be-dropped-as-part-of-university-rebranding-and-name/ News Job : Wed 10 Aug 2022 Listen to this article Wrexham Glyndwr University is considering dropping the “Glyndwr” name as part of a rebranding. Staff, students and other stakeholders linked to the institution were asked to consider a name change to ‘Prifysgol Wrecsam/Wrexham University’ during a consultation. The University, together with Wrexham …]]>

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Wrexham Glyndwr University is considering dropping the “Glyndwr” name as part of a rebranding.

Staff, students and other stakeholders linked to the institution were asked to consider a name change to ‘Prifysgol Wrecsam/Wrexham University’ during a consultation.

The University, together with Wrexham Council, Transport for Wales, the Welsh Government and Wrexham AFC, is a key partner in the Wrexham Gateway project, a major civic plan to redevelop the Mold Road area of ​​the city.

Formerly known as the North East Wales Institute for Higher Education (NEWI), Wrexham Glyndwr gained university status in 2008 and became the University of Glyndwr, before adding Wrexham at the start of its name in 2016.

The university proposed the name change in an effort to “strengthen its brand,” believing it to be a more effective way to reach students and stakeholders nationally and internationally, and would put it in line with other higher education institutions across the UK.

When NEWI became a university, the Glyndwr part of the name was chosen as a tribute to Owain Glyndwr, the medieval Welsh prince who led a rebellion against the English crown. The university says there are plans to continue celebrating Glyndwr’s legacy if his name changes.

A Wrexham Glyndwr University spokesperson said: “Following internal discussions, we are testing the waters for a university name change in consultation with staff, students and external stakeholders.

“Renaming the university as ‘Prifysgol Wrecsam/Wrexham University’ would help streamline marketing and strengthen our brand and identity.

“The university is proud to be located in Wrexham – a place that is growing, recently gained city status, came second in the UK City of Culture 2025 bid and offers investment programs and regeneration of which we are a part.

“The simple location + university pairing is the most effective way to reach audiences and is being replicated across the UK higher education sector.

“Being renamed to ‘Prifysgol Wrecsam/Wrexham University’ would make it easier for us to communicate the name of the university to students and other stakeholders nationally and internationally. We will also continue to celebrate the legacy of Owain Glyndwr and will develop separate plans to do so.

The university is also currently undergoing a major multimillion-pound overhaul of its campuses, titled Campus 2025, and was ranked first in England and Wales for student satisfaction in this year’s Complete University Guide.

By Rory Sheehan – BBC Local Democracy Reporter


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    (Almost) Everything You Need to Know About Adopting a Child in Australia https://drjimmirios.com/almost-everything-you-need-to-know-about-adopting-a-child-in-australia/ Tue, 09 Aug 2022 04:19:23 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/almost-everything-you-need-to-know-about-adopting-a-child-in-australia/

    If you are considering adopting a child, chances are that many questions have crossed your mind. While you can research these curiosities online, all the logistical information in the world can’t quite prepare you for the emotions that come with starting a family, expanding your family, or supplementing your family.

    So, to help you have a one-stop destination for so much information accessible online, we’ve created a guide to the basics of adoption in Australia (as of August 2022).

    What is adoption?

    Adoption refers to the transfer of legal parental rights and responsibilities from the biological parents of the child (or anyone with parental responsibility for the child) to the adoptive parents.

    There are 2 main types of adoption available in Australia:

    International adoption

    International adoption, when a child is adopted from a foreign country and brought back to Australia to live there.

    The Australian Attorney General’s Department has primary responsibility for managing international adoptions with the country from which the child is adopted. They also work with the various relevant state and territorial departments.

    Local adoption

    Local adoption, where the adopted child was born or lives permanently in Australia

    Which countries can I adopt from?

    Australia currently has international adoption agreements with 13 countries. These are called partner countries.

    Australian governments do not support or facilitate international adoptions outside of our partner countries listed below.

    Where to start ?

    According to pregnancybirthbaby.org.au, each Australian state and territory has its own adoption requirements. States and territories specify different minimum ages for a person to become an adoptive parent. In New South Wales the minimum age is 21 and in Western Australia 18. There are also different requirements for the age of an adoptive parent for their child.

    For more information on the legal requirements in your state or territory, you should contact the appropriate government agency:

    Is it difficult to adopt a child in Australia?

    Adoption in Australia is a long and difficult process. Adopting a child takes years from the time a family decides to adopt to the time the adoption is finalized.

    What is the approach to adopt?

    According to Adoptchange.org.au, the first step for expectant parents is to research what type of adoption or permanent fostering is possible in your state or territory, and decide what is right for your family: domestic adoption. (local and outside the house). care), international adoption, or the permanent care or guardianship of a child.

    “Adoption and child protection legislation in Australia is developed at the state government level, and each jurisdiction has its own department and often a number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who are responsible for to provide out-of-home care (OOHC) and adoption service Each jurisdiction, department and NGO has its own process, including establishing criteria for prospective adoptive parents and completing the training and assessment process. While each state’s processes and criteria are similar, they are not the same.”

    The basic steps for all types of adoption and permanent care are:

    • Contact the relevant State Department or accredited agency

    • Attend an information session

    • Undertake assessment and training

    • Awaiting correspondence

    • Location

    • Post-adoption/placement support

    What are the requirements for adopting a child in Australia?

    Applicants must meet the eligibility criteria set out by the Australian state or territory where the application is made. This can cover things like:

    • If you are an Australian citizen

    • Your age

    • How much older are you than the child you want to adopt?

    • If you live in the state where you want to adopt

    • If you are pregnant

    You may also need to meet other requirements, such as:

    • Criminal, violence, traffic and child protection background checks

    • Checks on your health

    • Interviews with you, your family and other adult household members

    • Each state and territory has different eligibility criteria for adoption, so check with the relevant government agency listed above.

    How long does the adoption take?

    There is currently no information available on how long it takes for local adoptions to be processed.

    In 2018-2019, the median time for an international adoption, from when an adoptive parent was approved by an Australian state or territory to when the child was placed, was 2 years and 1 month. However, obtaining an approval in Australia can also be a long and complicated process. Every state and territory is different.

    A mother and her daughter embrace.

    Can I get financial help if I adopt?

    It is possible that once you have adopted a child, you may be entitled to parental leave benefits. Certain other criteria must be met, so check with the Australian Government Department of Social Services if you are eligible for support.

    If you are adopting a baby or child, you may be able to get a newborn down payment and a newborn supplement. Note that you cannot get this payment together with the parental leave allowance.

    How much does it cost?

    For international adoption (adopting a child from abroad), you can expect STCA fees to cost between $3,000 and $12,000 per application. You will also need to pay fees to the partner country, as well as pay for document preparation and translation, travel and accommodation costs, and incidentals.

    Even once your application fees have been paid, you are still not sure that a child will be placed with you.

    LAW New South Wales NT QLD HER TAS CIV Washington
    Administrative file fees $1,768 $1,000 $4,422 $324 $1,879.40 $1,009
    home study $2,999 $4,260 $2,300 $5,009.20 $1,526.04 $3,834.30 $1,328
    General preparation,
    education and training programs
    $362 $640 $350
    Post adoption services $1,217 $1,000 $2,146.85 $810 $3,472.90
    Expression of interest $885 $143.70
    Preparing the file to be
    sent abroad
    $1,300 – $1,900 $2,947 $810 $1,880.90
    Placement (after allocation) $4,800 $3,749
    Total $6,346 $9,700 $5,600 – $6,200 $7,156 $12,003 $3,470 $11,211 $2,687
    Below is a guide to the State and Territory Central Authority (STCA) fees. You should contact your local STCA for detailed costs.

    What is open adoption?

    Australia practices open adoption for both domestic and intercountry adoptions, where adopted children grow up knowing they have been adopted and, where possible, are supported to have a relationship or knowledge of their family of origin and their cultural heritage.

    Anyone intending to adopt a child must obtain an adoption order, which legally transfers all parental rights and responsibilities from the biological parents to the adoptive parents. Any legal rights the child has in relation to their biological parents, such as inheritance, are taken away. The child can also obtain a new birth certificate mentioning the name(s) of the adoptive parents, as well as the new name of the child, if it has been changed.

    What are the known adoptions?

    A known adoption could be when one of the following applies:

    • Your child lives with you before the adoption process begins

    • The purpose of adoption is to formalize a parental relationship.

    For example, we consider the formal adoption of an existing stepchild or adoptive child to be a known adoption.

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    Jason Adam of the Rays has made a name for himself https://drjimmirios.com/jason-adam-of-the-rays-has-made-a-name-for-himself/ Tue, 09 Aug 2022 01:08:26 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/jason-adam-of-the-rays-has-made-a-name-for-himself/

    MILWAUKEE — The Rays had an idea of ​​what they were getting when they aggressively lobbied to sign Jason Adam shortly after the lockdown ended in March. They were confident he was healthy, had a good enough repertoire to help out, and would improve under their guidance.

    They had no idea they were signing one of the most effective and dominant high leverage relievers in the game.

    “He was a bright spot,” exclaimed manager Kevin Cash. “I don’t think anyone expected the performance we got from him. But glad we have.

    Adam, who turned 31 last week, not only managed but succeeded in every assignment the Rays gave him. With injuries to Andrew Kittredge and JP Feyereisen, that often means going up against the toughest hitters on the opposing roster in the seventh, eighth or ninth inning.

    And with aplomb.

    He posted a 1.24 ERA, 0.133 opponents average and 0.414 OPS (the lowest in the American League, minimum 30 innings). He hasn’t allowed a run in 42 of his 47 appearances (including 13 of his last 14) or a hit in 33 (including his last six). He blocked 23 of the 24 legacy runners (including his last 21). And he hasn’t walked a batter since June 9, allowing just 32 of 158 to reach base all season.

    “We all had a lot of fun watching,” pitching coach Kyle Snyder said.

    “Just kind of given where he was in his career, the fact that he’s healthy, he revamped the arm stroke. And arguably has as much stuff as any reliever in the game. And he regularly goes out and puts it to work.

    Adam had good things in his previous stints with the Royals, Blue Jays and hometown Cubs (and the Twins and Padres in the minors), but he couldn’t use it properly because he was often behind in counts and was throwing mostly fastballs. In 78 1/3 innings over 79 major league games, he had a 4.71 ERA, allowing 64 hits and 39 walks. Also, injuries were a problem which cost him the 2015-16 seasons and more.

    The Rays got Adam to be more in the zone, which allowed him to expand his pitching mix, leaving hitters in the awkward position of guessing if he’s throwing his 94.8 mph fastball, his change of 89.7mph speed or its 81.4mph slider, which it uses remarkably pretty evenly now.

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    “If you stay ahead and put your menu to work, you’re doing a really good job of maintaining your unpredictability at this point,” Snyder said. “And then you combine that with the fact that it’s really elite stuff, you’re going to be very successful.”

    Adam, conversely, said the Rays — especially Snyder and bullpen coach Stan Boroski — deserved the credit.

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    “I certainly hoped and planned and anticipated (to do well) to some degree, but at the same time it’s amazing how ‘Snydes’ and Stan have really catapulted my career,” he said. . “I’m so thankful just because I can be too thoughtful and they really made it easier for me.”

    Adam was coming off a 2021 season interrupted by a horrific injury that occurred on May 21 when he jumped for a ball during batting practice with Triple-A Iowa – an open dislocation of his left ankle, which which means that the bone protruded from his skin.

    He recovered and surprisingly returned to the mound for the Cubs in late September. The Rays have seen enough to know he finished the season healthy and, during months off during the lockout, grew more intrigued and interested. he was the first player on their roster to call.

    Ten minutes after the lockout ended, Rays executives reached out, thinking being the first in, having their excellent reputation for improving pitchers and offering a major league contract would all help. (Ironically, a key factor in their interest was the flexibility of Adam having a remaining option, so he could be sent to miners.)

    Adam had a few other offers, so the Rays negotiated a bit — eventually signing him for $900,000, plus $150,000 in performance bonuses — and called in a secret weapon to close the deal: outfielder Brett Phillips , who played with Adam in Kansas City, sold him to the team.

    Ryan Bristow, who as assistant director of pro personnel and scouting led the chase, said the game was obviously a good one.

    “It was as simple as seeing those three quality pitches and hoping we could bring them more into the zone,” he said. “And probably just a classically underrated type of guy who needed a really simple message that turned into something really important to him.”

    Or, as teammate Jalen Beeks put it, “Offseason resumption, I think.”

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    Statement from the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics on the Board of Medicine’s invitation to discuss gender-affirming standards of care https://drjimmirios.com/statement-from-the-florida-chapter-of-the-american-academy-of-pediatrics-on-the-board-of-medicines-invitation-to-discuss-gender-affirming-standards-of-care/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 17:54:49 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/statement-from-the-florida-chapter-of-the-american-academy-of-pediatrics-on-the-board-of-medicines-invitation-to-discuss-gender-affirming-standards-of-care/

    Plank The President pledges to work alongside the FCAAP on any future regulations for the treatment of gender dysphoria

    August 5, 2022 – Today, the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics released the following statement in response to the State Board of Medicine’s commitment to work with leading medical organizations on any future direction on pediatric care. gender affirmation:

    “During At the Florida Board of Medicine meeting today, Board Chairman Dr. David Diamond assured that leading medical societies and gender-affirming care experts will be involved in any development of standards of care for the council-led gender dysphoria. The Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Inc (FCAAP) – which represents more than 2,600 pediatricians across the state – welcomes this invitation and looks forward to briefing the board on our standards of care. long-standing evidence base for gender dysphoria.”

    Through its more than 2,600 members, the Florida Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics promotes the health and well-being of Florida children and supports pediatricians and pediatric specialists as health care providers the more qualified. Learn more by visiting www.fcaap.org.



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    City Council to vote on partial street name change to “Missy Elliott Blvd” https://drjimmirios.com/city-council-to-vote-on-partial-street-name-change-to-missy-elliott-blvd/ Mon, 08 Aug 2022 02:24:35 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/city-council-to-vote-on-partial-street-name-change-to-missy-elliott-blvd/

    PORTSMOUTH, Va. — Portsmouth City Council is expected to vote this week to rename part of a street “Missy Elliott Boulevard.”

    A friend of the Elliott family, Erin Carter, wants to honor and recognize the Portsmouth native music superstar, by changing part of McLean Street to name it “Missy Elliott Blvd”.

    Melissa Arnette Elliot was born on July 1, 1971 at Portsmouth Naval Medical Center. Missy Elliott grew up in the community of Hodges Ferry and graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School (now Manor High School) in 1990.

    Since graduating, Missy Elliot has become a Grammy-winning rapper, singer, songwriter and producer. Some of his family members reside in the Churchland area and other parts of Hampton Roads.

    The family had previously attempted to honor Elliott with a petition in 2017 to replace the Confederate monument on Court Street with a statue of Missy Elliott. It was a failure, but the Confederate monument was moved.

    Since then, Missy Elliott has donated $25,000 to Woodrow Wilson High School, now named Manor High School. The artist also hosted the reality show “The Road to Stardom with Missy Elliott” in 2005 with episodes filmed in Norfolk and performed locally including at Something in the Water Festival. Missy Elliott has yet to play publicly for Portsmouth.

    McLean Street serves the Victory Crossing Shopping Centre, Tidewater Community College and the future Portsmouth Rivers Casino. According to the order, none of these future or current developments will require an address name change with the proposed street name change.

    City of Portsmouth

    The petitioner believes that renaming the street will enhance the city’s recently rezoned entertainment district and serve as a testament to the greatness of the city that her career began here.

    City Council will vote on Tuesday, August 9.

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    DC thunderbolt by the White House: third deceased victim identified https://drjimmirios.com/dc-thunderbolt-by-the-white-house-third-deceased-victim-identified/ Sun, 07 Aug 2022 02:02:08 +0000 https://drjimmirios.com/dc-thunderbolt-by-the-white-house-third-deceased-victim-identified/

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    DC police have identified the third person killed by a lightning strike Thursday near the White House as Brooks A. Lambertson, 29, a bank clerk from Los Angeles who was in the nation’s capital on business.

    A husband and wife from Wisconsin, who were visiting the district to celebrate their 56th wedding anniversary, were also killed, police said. A fourth person was seriously injured when the strike struck just before 7 p.m. Thursday, in a grove of trees in Lafayette Square, about 100 feet from a statue of President Andrew Jackson.

    Lambertson died on Friday, according to police.

    Four seriously injured after lightning strike near White House

    Lambertson’s father, who asked that his name not be used as the family cries because “it’s not about us,” said in an interview with The Washington Post on Saturday evening that his son was “probably the best human being I know”.

    His son’s kindness, generosity and humility “showed through in everything he did, in all his interactions with people,” he said.

    Lambertson’s family and his employer, City National Bank, said in a statement Saturday that he was in DC for his job as vice president managing corporate sponsorships. Lambertson, who lived in downtown Los Angeles, previously worked in marketing for the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers, according to the statement.

    Police provided few other details about Lambertson or additional information about Saturday’s incident.

    In a phone call, Lambertson’s father expressed his gratitude to all first responders and those who tried to help his son. They did everything that could be done, he said, and his son’s death “was not the fault of everyone doing their job”.

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    “His sudden loss is devastating to all who knew him, and his family, friends and colleagues appreciate the thoughts and prayers that have poured in from across the country,” the statement from Lambertson’s family and employer read. .

    A DC police spokeswoman said Saturday night that the department did not have an update on the condition of the fourth victim, who was hospitalized after the strike.

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    Hysterectomy will be shown on TV for the first time in new Channel 5 women’s health series

    • Channel 5 will show retired teacher Gillian Libretto having surgery
    • She suffered a prolapse after three complicated pregnancies
    • Viewers will watch her undergo the procedure at New Victoria Hospital
    • Ms Libretto wanted to be on the show to educate young women

    A woman undergoing a hysterectomy will be shown on TV for the first time this week as part of a women’s health series.

    Channel 5 will show retired teacher Gillian Libretto undergoing surgery without sedation.

    She suffered a prolapse following three complicated pregnancies between the ages of 34 and 42, when she was considered a “geriatric mother”.

    In Women’s Health: Breaking The Taboos, viewers will see her undergo the procedure to remove her uterus at New Victoria Hospital, Kingston, Surrey. Next, she is filmed holding the organ, which she says made her “emotional”.

    Ms Libretto, 75, says she wanted to be on the show to educate young women about the risks of having babies later in life. She told the Mail on Sunday: “The cameraman was like, ‘Oh my God, wow. It was an education for him to see that and it interested me a lot. I would like to be part of a women’s health education program.

    “I find that so many people, and especially women who are going to give birth, are so unaware of their bodies and I feel very guilty as an educator.

    “I hoped that by participating in the program, I could not only help educate women, but be a source of information for women who might be going through it right now.

    “Also, I was having babies at an age when I probably shouldn’t have been. Women have babies later in life, and they need to be warned that the older they are, the more they tend to to have gynecological problems.

    “I guess it’s about educating women, giving them all the information they need to make the right decisions about their bodies.”

    In the programme, hosted by Cherry Healey, viewers will see Ms Libretto explain her feelings while holding her uterus.

    She says it moved her because she was saying goodbye to a part of her body that had allowed her to become a mother.

    In the programme, hosted by Cherry Healey, pictured, viewers will see Ms Libretto explain her feelings while holding her womb

    The program is part of a series hosted by Ms Healey whose Channel 5 bosses are hoping to end taboos on women’s health issues.

    Ms Healey was also present for the operation and said: ‘We filmed with Gillian when she was having a hysterectomy and she volunteered to stay awake during that, and she kindly let me watch her. It was amazing.

    “I’m disgusted, but I thought, ‘I have to do this. When will I have this opportunity again? ‘

    Other issues covered in the series include fibroid removal, incontinence, and perimenopause.

    • Women’s Health: Breaking The Taboos airs Tuesday to Friday on Channel 5 at 7 p.m.

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