Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) explained in a new article by medical consultant Dr. Sohail Aman

Sohail Aman, MD, Maryland and Alabama

Sohail Aman, MD, Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Dr Sohail Aman, Medical Consultant in Maryland and Alabama

Sohail Aman, MD, Maryland and Alabama

Sohail Aman, MD, Maryland and Alabama

Dr. Sohail Aman, Maryland and Alabama

Dr. Sohail Aman, Maryland and Alabama

Sohail Aman, MD, Maryland and Alabama

Sohail Aman, MD, Maryland and Alabama

Dr. Sohail Aman’s new article details the symptoms, causes and treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

The complexity of the Alzheimer’s disease makes it untreatable and unpreventable. However, the medicines prescribed can be helpful in treating the individual symptoms…”

— Sohail Aman, MD, medical consultant

MOBILE, ALABAMA, UNITED STATES, June 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Alzheimer’s disease, the most common cause of dementia, is a neurological disorder that occurs due to continuous degeneration of the brain cells. This incurable and irreversible disease hampers a patient’s cognitive and physical abilities. A person suffering from Alzheimer’s disease would eventually lose all memory and even cease to perform everyday tasks independently.

Medical Consultant Sohail Aman has published an article on this issue, which is available on his blog at https://sohailamanmd.home.blog/

As a progressive disease, it worsens with time. Alzheimer’s develops slowly in the beginning but gets fatal as it enters advanced stages and various associated health concerns like dehydration, infections start playing a role.

Signs and Symptoms

Some common signs and symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease are:

1. Memory Loss
Earlier symptoms may include forgetfulness or the inability to remember recent conversations or occurrences. The patient may also face difficulty in processing and communicating thoughts. As the memory loss worsens, the patient may keep on repeating something, forget appointments, unable to maintain his check books, and balance accounts, fail to identify people or objects, lose possessions or even get lost himself.

2. Sluggish Reasoning and Decision-Making Process
People suffering from Alzheimer’s find it particularly challenging to focus reason and multitask. With time, the patient’s decision-making skills will get poorer and the responses towards everyday issues will get slower.

3. Difficulty in Routine Activities
An Alzheimer’s patient struggles with everyday tasks. At an advanced stage, routine chores like eating, dressing and bathing may also become extremely arduous.

4. Behavioral Changes

A change in behavior is a significant symptom. The patient experiences mood swings, depression, insomnia, and aggressiveness. Social skills deteriorate and the patients feel surrounded by mistrust and delusions.

Causes

Definite causes of Alzheimer’s disease remain unknown to date. A mere 1% of patients have been observed to get the disease through genetics or their personal habits. A family history of Alzheimer’s disease increases the risk. Head traumas, unhealthy sleep patterns, and old age are also considered as possible causes in some studies. It has been found that the part of the brain responsible to retain and control memory, the hippocampus, undergoes neurological decay. A considerable amount of neurons die by the time the early signs of the disease start to manifest.
The disease spreads in different areas of the cerebral cortex. Two brain proteins are found to play a major role in causing the disease.

* Plaques
The remnants of larger proteins, Beta-amyloids, accumulate in the brain over time causing the decay of brain cells. The dead cells and bits of proteins combine to form plaque which impedes the functioning of the brain.
* Tangles
The neurological transport system is largely supported by Tau proteins. These special proteins restructure themselves as neuro-fibrillary tangles which are lethal to the cells and cause the transport system to collapse in an Alzheimer’s infected brain.

Treatment

The complexity of the Alzheimer’s disease makes it untreatable and unpreventable. However, the medicines prescribed can be helpful in treating the individual symptoms and decreasing the rate of cellular degeneration. Cholinesterase inhibitors are the type of drugs prescribed in early stages of the Alzheimer’s disease. According to the studies, these medicines help preserve a chemical called acetylcholine in the brain which prevents memory loss to some degree. Unfortunately, the inhibitors lose their effectiveness as the disease grows.

About Dr. Sohail Aman

Dr. Sohail Aman is a Consultant in Internal Medicine in Mobile, Alabama. He graduated from Medical School in 1992, and has completed several post-graduate training programs in internal medicine and a year in neurology training. He also holds a LMCC (Licentiate medical Council of Canada) certification and is a Fellow American College of Physicians, participates as a preceptor in medical Students clinical training program.

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Designer Born in the Korean Army

Joseph C. Furniture presents its latest collection at Cargo Project Gallery

RIDGEWOOD, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — “I was a DMZ policeman for 2 years during the mandatory Korean military service where I worked as a Guard Post, and I had lots of time to think looking at nature on the other side of the fence.” A long time has passed since Joseph Chun started imagining his career as a product designer while contemplating the immensity of the Korean landscape, and he could never have believed what a great one he would become. He chose furniture, among other products of design, because as he says, “It is something we all have to interact and feel with own our body on a daily basis yet has infinite possibilities of improvement.”

He draws his inspirations from his rich journey growing up in different cultures. Born in Daegu, North Gyeongsang Province of South Korea, his life journey took him from Seoul to Wisconsin, then to North Carolina and back to Korea to complete his Army service, finally landing in New York City. He is now based in Red Hook, Brooklyn where he works and lives.

“I feel my furniture pieces are a reflection of my experiences. I use wood because it is in itself a material with a story. None of the grain patterns are the same and that makes each piece have an original fingerprint that is just impossible to replicate. Also, wood, unlike metal, plastic or stone, is a material closer to our body temperature that makes it the material that agrees and comforts our bodies.”

Joseph is presenting his most recent collection at Cargo Project Gallery, a new art space operating on the border of the trendy art neighborhood of Bushwick and Ridgewood in New York City. “We opened Cargo Project Gallery with the idea of bringing underexposed international artists and creatives to New York,” says Kika Espejo, the founder and director. “We fell in love with Joseph’s story and his work. He creates pieces of furniture that bring memories of a past you have not lived, as a kind of time travel. His pieces make you reminisce cultures you have never had the opportunity to experience but that come to your senses through his work.”

The exhibition, that will open Wednesday, July 3rd, would be a one-night show which is going to be the Cargo Project Gallery regular format. “We have a program that will present a wide range of disciplines for one-night exhibitions and events, from censored Cuban photography-based artists to socially engaged illustrators from Iran, and a controversial film projection of 9/11 comedy from Spain,” Kika says. “We are really excited to start our program with Joseph’s show and we hope it will be well received by the Bushwick/Ridgewood community."

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New study reveals biological toll on brain function of Holocaust survivors

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Stress of surviving the Holocaust has shown a lifelong and lasting negative impact on survivors’ brain structure, potentially impacting their offspring.

The impact of surviving the Holocaust on brain function is significant. We revealed substantial differences in the brain structures involved in the processing of emotion, memory and social cognition.”

— Professor Ivan Rektor

OSLO, NORWAY, June 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Stress of surviving the Holocaust has shown a lifelong and lasting negative impact on survivors’ brain structure, as well as potentially impacting their offspring and grandchildren, a new study shows.

The novel research, presented today at the 5th European Academy of Neurology Congress, found that surviving the Holocaust had a life-long psychological and biological effect with grey matter reduction affecting the parts of their brain responsible for stress response, memory, motivation, emotion, learning, and behaviour.

Utilising MRI scanning, the study looked at the brain function of 56 people with an average age of 79-80, comparing 28 Holocaust survivors with 28 controls who do not have a personal or family history of the Holocaust. Survivors showed a significantly decreased volume of grey matter in the brain compared with controls of a similar age who had not been directly exposed via personal or family history to the Holocaust.

The study differentiated between survivors above and below the age of 12 years in 1945 and found that the reduction in grey matter was significantly more expressed in younger survivors, which may be attributed to the higher vulnerability to a stressful environment of the developing brain in childhood. In line with previous research, the study found a reduction of grey matter in areas of the brain associated with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in combat veterans and those suffering early-life stress experience. However, the research also showed that reductions in grey matter in other areas of the brain went far beyond what had previously been found in those suffering PTSD; with survivors suffering a higher level of stress but also higher levels of post-traumatic growth. Despite having suffered extreme stress the survivors reported that they were satisfied with their personal and professional life after the war.

The researchers are now investigating the impact of the Holocaust on survivors’ children and grandchildren, and early results in survivors’ children show reduced connectivity between structures of the brain involved in the processing of emotion and memory. Further research is set to identify biomarkers of stress resilience and post-traumatic growth and to determine whether transmission to offspring is based on behavioural and psychological factors or on genetic factors.

Commenting on their research findings, Professor Ivan Rektor, a neurologist from Brno, Czech Republic, explained, “After more than 70 years the impact of surviving the Holocaust on brain function is significant. We revealed substantial differences in the brain structures involved in the processing of emotion, memory and social cognition, in higher level of stress but also of post-traumatic growth between Holocaust survivors and controls. Early results show this is also the case in children of survivors too.”

“Our hope is that these findings and our ongoing research will allow us to understand more about the effect of these experiences in order to focus therapy to support survivors’ and their descendants’ resilience and growth. We may also reveal strategies that Holocaust survivors used to cope with trauma during their later lives and to pass on their experience to further generations”, added Professor Rektor.

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Further Information:

For further information on the Holocaust, visit the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust: https://www.hmd.org.uk/learn-about-the-holocaust-and-genocides/the-holocaust/

About the Expert:

Professor Ivan Rektor is the Head of the Research Centre at the Centre for Neuroscience, Masaryk University.

EAN – The Home of Neurology:

The European Academy of Neurology (EAN) is Europe’s home of neurology. Founded in 2014, through the merger of two European neurological societies, EAN represents the interests of more than 45,000 individual members and 47 national institutional members from across the continent. This year, EAN celebrates its fifth year of fostering excellence in European neurology and will bring together more than 6,000 neurologists and related scientists to the biggest general neurology conference in Europe.

In Oslo, Norway, from June 29 to July 2, there will be an exchange of knowledge and promotion of best practice, with a focus on the main theme of neuroinflammation. The EAN Congress will also cover all neurological diseases and disorders, including the big 7: epilepsy, stroke, headache, multiple sclerosis, dementia, movement disorders, neuromuscular disorders.

References:

1. Life-long effects of extreme stress on brain structures – a holocaust survivor MRI study. M. Fnaskova, P. Říha, I. Rektor, presented at the 5th Congress of International Neurology in Oslo.

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Early treatment is the key to beating Alzheimer’s disease in later life

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World-renowned neuroscientist Professor Bart De Strooper will deliver the ‘Brain Prize Lecture’ today at the 5th European Academy of Neurology (EAN) Congress.

Scientists need to shift their focus to the earlier stage of the disease and think about the cellular environment in which the disease develops”

— Professor Bart De Strooper

OSLO, NORWAY, June 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — World-renowned neuroscientist Professor Bart De Strooper will deliver the prestigious ‘Brain Prize Lecture’ today at the 5th European Academy of Neurology (EAN) Congress in Oslo, Norway, and outline why we need to intervene much earlier if we want to protect people against the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in later life.

This approach is based on decades of research on the causes of hereditary forms of Alzheimer’s disease and, unfortunately, disappointing clinical trial outcomes so far.

Over the past decades, Professor De Strooper has made important contributions to our understanding of the mechanisms of Alzheimer’s disease. This included uncovering that gene mutations in presenilin – part of the γ-secretase protein complex that ‘cuts’ other proteins into smaller pieces – lead to the production of abnormal amyloid to form plaques in the brains of people with Alzheimer’s disease.

His discoveries mark breakthrough findings in the dementia field, furthering the understanding of how Alzheimer’s disease may begin and provide potential new mechanisms to target with drug therapies in the future.

Professor De Strooper, Director of the UK Dementia Research Institute, London and group leader at the VIB-KU Leuven Center for Brain & Disease Research, Leuven, was awarded the Lundbeck Foundation Brain Prize for his work in this area last year and explained that understanding how these mutations drive dementia is important in developing new therapies. “We need to understand what is going on in the brain and how the brain operates while these changes occur”, he commented. “Treating amyloid at a very early stage could protect against symptoms later on and we must target these processes if we want to make the most effective treatments.”

The amyloid hypothesis works on the assumption that the accumulation of peptide amyloid-β plaques is the main cause of Alzheimer’s disease by triggering neurogenerative processes. This leads to the loss of memory and cognitive ability and has guided research into dementia treatments for the past 25 years.

Professor De Strooper commented, “For decades we have studied Alzheimer’s disease in its final stages. We now know that the disease process in the brain can start decades before the first symptoms arise. Studying the cognitive abnormalities in Alzheimer’s disease patients has indeed taught us a great deal about the disease, but we are always looking at an advanced stage or even post-mortem. You could compare this to studying cancer but only reviewing the metastatic disease, completely missing the stage where the disease actually originates and begins to spread. Needless to say, in both cases the chance of clinical success and making a meaningful change in treatment for patients, would be in those earlier stages.”

Trials for new Alzheimer’s drugs have, until now, often been tested in patients with advanced disease and it is therefore difficult to change the disease course. Professor De Strooper argues that we need to understand what happens before the plaques form in the cellular phase. “Scientists need to shift their focus to the earlier stage of the disease and think about the cellular environment in which the disease develops”, he observed.

Although budgets have been cut in dementia research, Professor De Strooper added there is still room for plenty of optimism due to the discoveries made on the neurodegenerative process. “Even though the situation is more complex than previously anticipated, if we compare the budgets and publication numbers in this disease area with those for cancer, it is simply not true that the success rate is exceptionally low. We just need to continue to invest heavily in new, innovative research to provide patients with optimal outcomes.”

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About the Expert:

Professor Bart De Strooper is Director of the UK Dementia Research Institute (UK DRI) in London, UK, Professor of Alzheimer's Disease at University College London, UK, Professor of Molecular Medicine at the University of Leuven, Belgium) and Group Leader (and former Director) at the VIB-KU Leuven Center for Brain & Disease Research, Leuven, Belgium.

His scientific awards include a Brain Prize (2018), a European Grand Prix for Research (2018), and a Potamkin Prize (2002).

EAN – The Home of Neurology:

The European Academy of Neurology (EAN) is Europe’s home of neurology. Founded in 2014, through the merger of two European neurological societies, EAN represents the interests of more than 45,000 individual members and 47 national institutional members from across the continent. This year, EAN celebrates its fifth year of fostering excellence in European neurology and will bring together more than 6,000 neurologists and related scientists to the biggest general neurology conference in Europe.

In Oslo, Norway, from June 29 to July 2, there will be an exchange of knowledge and promotion of best practice, with a focus on the main theme of neuroinflammation. The EAN Congress will also cover all neurological diseases and disorders, including the big 7: epilepsy, stroke, headache, multiple sclerosis, dementia, movement disorders, neuromuscular disorders.

References:

1. The Brain Prize Lecture: The prodromal, cellular phase of Alzheimer’s Disease: towards a novel understanding of the disorder. Presented on Sunday, 30 June, 2019, at The 5th European Academy of Neurology (EAN) Congress in Oslo, Norway

2. Alzheimer’s-Causing Mutations Shift Aβ Length by Destabilizing γ-Secretase-Aβn Interactions: https://www.cell.com/cell/fulltext/S0092-8674(17)30811-5

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Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty, Inc. is Proud to Offer their RBID Tour of Home

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, June 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Traditional open houses are sometimes uncomfortable for both buyers and sellers because you've often got a hovering agent watching your every move. Most importantly, they're NOT very effective at selling homes either. In fact, according to industry statistics, less than 1% of homes are sold as a result of a traditional open house. Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty, Inc., the real estate office with the proven track records in the Greater Los Angeles area, created a solution to solve this problem by launching their RBID Tour of Home.

Headed by their CEO, Rudy Lira Kusuma, the team designed the RBID Home Selling System to create a sense of urgency, excitement, and perception of value for the prospective buyers. One of the methods used for this system is the RBID Tour of Home, where the team brings in the pre-approved and pre-qualified buyers to see the property just within 30-minutes to 1-hour time frame in which multiple offers can be created during the tour. The team has more than 45,000 pre-approved buyers in their database that are ready, motivate, and willing to make offers on the properties.

Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty, Inc. does not do the traditional method of an open house where the house is available for the public for the entire day and the listing agents only wait and hope for the potential buyers to come in. Statistics show that less than 1% of homes can be sold due to the traditional method of an open house.

Another purpose of their RBID Tour of Home is to gather all the pre-qualified and pre-approved buyers to line up in front of the properties and to create a sense of urgency for the public to view and also submit offers on the properties. This RBID Tour of Home offers a lot of benefits for the sellers where they can receive multiple offers within the short time period, their homes sold as-is, at the price acceptable to the sellers and within their time frame.

The RBID Homes also come with full disclosures of the property so that the buyers will have more confidence before submitting their offers. Mr. Kusuma of Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty, Inc. understands the needs of the clients. With that, they use the best approach for the convenience and satisfaction of their customers. They work with integrity and honesty because they want to maintain their solid reputation in the real estate industry.

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Your Home Sold Guaranteed Realty, Inc. is among the most trusted real estate companies in the market today. They have an accommodating team of professionals that are committed to serving their customers in the best possible way. They ensure to provide a hassle-free process for their clients because the quality of their work is a source of their confidence.

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HAWAII VOLCANOES Painting Workshop with NPAF Artist in Residence Alice Leese

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HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK, HAWAI'I, US, June 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK

POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE

PAINTING WORKSHOP with Alice Leese
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Artist
At the EDGE OF Kīlauea Volcano, Sunday, July 10th 10:30-1:30 FREE Lunch

Re-tweet or Facebook Repost below post and we will enter you to win one of THREE (3) tickets to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Plein-AiR Painting Workshop."POSTCARDS FROM THE EDGE PAINTING WORKSHOP with Alice Leese- Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Artist in Residence"
Share (Via Twitter or Facebook) the following post to enter:

"Hawaii Workshop Give Away. Retweet this and we will enter you in a drawing for one of three free tickets to the following: https://tinyurl.com/HawaiiVolcanoPaint"

"Artists of all abilities will love this rare opportunity to meet and paint with the park’s resident artist for July, Alice Leese, on the edge of Kīlauea Volcano. Leese, a Texas cattle rancher whose dramatic oil paintings and other mediums capture the colorful west, will provide one workshop during her residency. Limited to 12 people, attendees will receive a postcard-sized blank canvas but must bring their own paints and a small travel easel. Cost is $75,( Unless you enter and win this drawing… then it's FREE) and includes lunch at Volcano House". Sponsored by the National Parks Arts Foundation, Friends of Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park and Volcano House. Park entrance fees apply."

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2019 – 2022 Global Air Transportation Market Size, Major Players And Overview

The Business Research Company offers Air Transportation Global Market Report 2019 to its research database.

Major Players In The Global Air Transportation Market Include American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings, Lufthansa And Fedex”

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LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UK, June 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — The air transportation market expected to reach a value of nearly $1 trillion by 2022, significantly growing at an annual growth rate of 9.9% during the forecast period. The growth in the air transportation market is due to rising disposable income and increasing public private in emerging markets.

However, the market for air transportation is expected to face certain restraints from several factors such as rising fuel prices and high operational cost.

The air transportation services market consists of sales of air transportation services by entities (organizations, sole traders and partnerships) that use aircraft, such as airplanes and helicopters to provide air transportation services of passengers and/or cargo. It includes services offered by both scheduled and nonscheduled air carriers, but scenic and sightseeing air transportation and air courier services are not included within the air transportation market.

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The global air transportation market is further segmented based on type and geography.

By Type – The air transportation market is segmented into passenger air transportation, chartered air transportation, air cargo services, domestic, international, passenger-chartered air transportation, freight-chartered air transportation, others – chartered air transportation, air mail, air freight. Among these segments, the passenger was the largest segment in the air transportation market.

By Geography – The global air transportation is segmented into North America, South America, Asia-Pacific, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa. Among these regions Asia Pacific accounts for the largest region in the global air transportation market.

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Trends In The Air Transportation Market
Increasing focus on novelty and convenience in the aviation industry and adoption of automation techniques are the major trends witnessed in the global air transportation industry.

Potential Opportunities In The Air Transportation Market
Due to stable economic growth outlook in many developed and developing economies and increasing public and private investments to develop airports in untapped regions, the scope and potential for the global air transportation market is expected to significantly rise in the forecast period.

Major players in the air transportation market include American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings, Lufthansa Group, FedEx.

Air Transportation Global Market Report 2019 is one of a series of new reports from The Business Research Company that provides air transportation market overviews, analyzes and forecasts air transportation market size and growth for the global air transportation market, air transportation market share, air transportation market players, air transportation market size, air transportation market segments and geographies, air transportation market trends, air transportation market drivers and air transportation market restraints, air transportation market’s leading competitors’ revenues, profiles and market shares. The air transportation market report identifies top countries and segments for opportunities and strategies based on market trends and leading competitors’ approaches.

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Read Air Transportation Global Market Report 2019 from The Business Research Company for information on the following:
Markets Covered: global air transportation market, air transportation, chartered air transportation, air cargo services, domestic, international, passenger-chartered air transportation, freight-chartered air transportation, others – chartered air transportation, air mail, air freight

Data Segmentations: air transportation market size, global and by country; historic and forecast size, and growth rates for the world, 7 regions and 12 countries

Air Transportation Market Organizations Covered: American Airlines Group, Delta Air Lines, United Continental Holdings, Lufthansa Group, FedEx.

Regions: Asia-Pacific, China, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, North America, USA, South America, Middle East and Africa.

Time Series: Five years historic (2014-18) and forecast (2018-22).

Other Information And Analyses: PESTEL analysis, air transportation market customer information, air transportation market product/service analysis – product examples, air transportation market trends and opportunities, drivers and restraints, key mergers and acquisitions, key metrics covered: number of enterprises, number of employees, global air transportation market in 2019 – countries offering most new opportunities

Sourcing and Referencing: Data and analysis throughout the report are sourced using end notes.

Strategies For Participants In The Air Transportation Industry: The report explains a number of strategies for companies in the air transportation market, based on industry trends and company analysis.

Opportunities For Companies In The Air Transportation Sector: The report reveals where the global air transportation industry will put on most $ sales up to 2022.

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DogFriendly.com Announces its Top 10 Dog-Friendly Cities in the United States for 2019

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Want to find the best cities to visit with a dog for vacation? Here are DogFriendly.com's best cities for vacationers with dogs to visit this year.

UNITED STATES, June 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — DogFriendly.com (https://www.dogfriendly.com) released its 2019 list of the Top 10 dog-friendly destination cities in the United States. The rankings are based on the quality of dog-friendly accommodations, transportation, beaches, parks, attractions, stores, dining and other activities to do with your dog.

1. Northern Virginia – Visit outdoor monuments in Virginia and D.C., take a boat tour with your dogs and dine or go to yappy hour in dog-friendly Old Town Alexandria.
2. Portland (OR)- Enjoy the famous Rose Garden and the parks. Have food and drink at the Lucky Lab. This town is dog-friendly inside and out.
3. New York – Great luxurious hotels, famous dog-friendly shopping and outdoor dining. Watch a morning show, enjoy Central Park on leash and off.
4. San Diego – The best dog beaches anywhere. Boutique hotels. Trails and parks and great weather year-round for outdoor dining.
5. Boston – Tour Boston by boat or take the subway. Follow the Freedom Trail and visit nearby historic sites. Stay at many pet-friendly hotels.
6. San Francisco – Many off-leash beaches and areas. Shop and dine in Union Square and many parts of town. Ride the cable car.
7. Seattle – Ferry to Bainbridge Island. Ride public transportation with your leashed dog. Visit Sand Point Magnuson Park off-leash beach. Ride a carriage.
8. Austin – Dine in outdoor cafes. Visit the Zilker Botanical Gardens and take a walking or carriage tour. Enjoy many off-leash parks.
9. Colorado Springs – Visit Garden of the Gods Park. Shop dog-friendly Promenade Shops at Briargate. Take your dog in your car up the Pikes Peak Toll Road.
10. Chicago – Visit Navy Pier. Ride the Canine Cruise. See Buckingham Fountain, take a walk in Oak Park. Many dog-friendly patio restaurants.

Honorable Mentions: Charleston, Dallas, Orlando, Minneapolis and Salt Lake City.

For more details visit https://www.dogfriendly.com. DogFriendly.com, founded in 1998 to provide dog travel information, offers a free website and publishes paperback books.

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Vonleshia Deshai Launches New Podcast “Mimosas And Moneybags”

With new podcasts Vonleshia DeShai Cole shows ladies how to boss up and handle their business to get results.

HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, June 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Vonleshia DeShai Cole has launched her new podcast “Mimosas and Moneybags” to help female millennial entrepreneurs grow their businesses. The show will have insight, interviews, and inspiration women can use in their daily routines.

Vonleshia DeShai knows what it's like to work from the bottom up. Best known for her radio show, Grown Woman Talk and her annual women's conference, the Ultimate Girls' Festival, she worked hard to build what she had.

Then tragedy struck and life took its course, leaving DeShai to pick up the pieces after she was left with nothing. Willing to start again from scratch, she got back to business and is now showing women they can do the same. Now, with “Mimosas and Moneybags”, she wants to teach her fellow female entrepreneurs to never quit on their dreams and how to be successful at accomplishing their goals.

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Precision in Healthcare to be Advanced by Immersive Learning in Middle East

UAE medical students set to learn thru immersion

UAE medical students set to learn thru immersion

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Virtual Reality allows positive developments in both performances and perceived capabilities of medical aspirants

3D Organon Anatomy Partner with Munfaird for Middle East

3D Organon Anatomy Partner with Munfaird for Middle East

Virtual Reality based Medical Learning by 3D Organon with Munfarid in Middle East

Virtual Reality based Medical Learning by 3D Organon with Munfarid in Middle East

How the aging medical learning will have a renovation through VR–Realistic Immersive Learning

The anticipation was real to save a critical patient, such tools help us practice the most difficult scenarios and be better prepared for real-life cases”

— Najla Naser, Student at Gulf Medical University

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, June 29, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — As accelerated digitization has changed skill requirements, the workforce of tomorrow demands more active and ongoing approach to training and learning. Virtual Reality–the flag bearer of immersive learning has created an observant shift in the technological mainframe and has added new ways of communication, education and interaction. The whole idea of forging extended reality or replication of possible scenarios through VR is capable to simulate easy and practical learning.

IMMERSIVE LEARNING IS TRANSFORMING EDUCATION AND TRAINING PRACTICES ACROSS THE REGION
UAE has advanced in its operations to include immersive technologies in business, healthcare, and education, since 2015, in order to learn and derive the impact of VR in lowering the cost, reducing time to market, increase profits, and promote competitiveness. His Highness, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum shares his thoughts on UAE’s innovation progress: “UAE has adopted innovation as an institutional approach and a culture of the society that aims at developing its human factor as well as government institutions, as part of its drive to build a sustainable future.”

UAE’s continuous strides in uplifting the economic power balance in the world today can be observed in market predictions announced by IDC or International Data Corporation, which claims that by 2020, the UAE's VR and AR market will jump to $ 6 Billion. Motivated by promising predictions, established UAE universities like Mohammed bin Rashid University are slowly fabricating radical and attested concepts of immersive learning into their course curriculums. Dr. Amer Ahmad Sharif, CEO of Dubai Healthcare City Authority-Education (DHCE) and Vice-Chancellor of Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences (MBRU) quotes: “Our commitment to innovation and excellence only starts here. We’re inspiring a new generation of healthcare professionals who will impact the world with groundbreaking discoveries.” By placing students in an interactive learning environment, a smart transition from benign learning to practical learning will eventually educate them to adapt to any uncontrolled-real-life scenarios.

Dr. Sana Farid (X-Reality and AI Strategist, Munfarid) shared her views during an interview “There are infinite business applications of VR, from test drives to remote surgeries, but the most required and relevant potential of VR lies in healthcare, specifically in terms of exploration, learning forecasts and dissecting complex body engineering. By using virtual reality dynamic prototypes, the ability to depict certain organ movements becomes easier, which is a big breakthrough. ”

VR THROUGH ITS IMMERSIVE LEARNING HOLDS THE ABILITY TO DISSOLVE VARIOUS HEALTHCARE ISSUES
The advancements in Virtual Reality has enhanced scientific experiences and as a result, VR has unlocked the potential of improvising patient education, medical health treatments, fixing brain discordance, medical storytelling, drug visualization and improvised methods to learn body engineering. Virtual reality is proficient in assisting doctors and medical trainees in exploration which was earlier limited to rigid sources.

VR FOR MEDICAL AND NURSING EDUCATION
Virtual Reality allows positive developments in both performances and perceived capabilities of medical aspirants. OXFORD continues to support immersive learning methodologies and has readily adopted VR and AR (Augmented Reality) to provide its students with a new way to increase retention of information. Contributing to the global recognition and adoption of VR, and to best describe the applicability of VR and AR in education and research, the Middle East has progressed in its VR deployment strategy. Physiotherapy companies in UAE are already advancing their technological facilities by incorporating certain concepts of VR and AR for the rehabilitation of cerebral palsy, stroke and motor delay patients.

A student at Queen’s University in Canada, Samantha, comments on her VR training session: “The anticipation was real to save a critical patient, such tools help us practice the most difficult scenarios and be better prepared for real-life cases”. With students now being able to realistically simulate a wide range of clinical solutions, the probability of errors becomes less and the accomplishment rate of practical results gets accelerated.

MIDDLE EAST CONVERGES ITS INTEREST TO WISE AND WIDE ADOPTION OF IMMERSIVE LEARNING IN MEDICAL UNIVERSITIES
A prominent burden to VR in education is technological literacy. To bridge the gap between possibilities and learning, companies like 3D Organon in collaboration with Munfarid Global has introduced comprehensive learning programs in medical universities across the Middle East. Munfarid will focus on the implementation of programs in medical universities, so as medical trainees can visualize opportunities, derive readings and form new solutions, through this reformation in collaborative avatars of teaching atmosphere. By combining real and virtual environments, medical trainees can gain realistic readings and anticipate any patient’s life and death situations with circumstantial scenarios.

Surgical simulation can enhance the training process of medical aspirations as there is a broad disconnect in between combining cognitive and technical skills in the present models of simulation, adopted by a majority of medical universities.

Immersive Learning can become the essential bridge between healthcare practitioners and patients, as the virtual community creates a platform of wide exploration. All it requires is a dedicated implementation.

ABOUT 3D ORGANON:
3D Organon is the creative mogul behind the world’s first fully-featured VR anatomy atlas. The VR Anatomy allows medical aspirants to learn about the human body with full 3D female and male body models at the display which includes Connective, Skeletal, Muscular, Venous, Arterial, Nervous, Lymphatic, Respiratory, Heart, Digestive, Urinary, Endocrine, Reproductive, Integumentary, and Sensory organs.
3D Organon Website: https://www.3dorganon.com

ABOUT MUNFARID GLOBAL:
Munfarid focuses on providing intuitive and immersive learning opportunities to its clients across the Middle East. Creating strategic visions through benefits of ethos and innovative solutions, Munfarid has evolved as a regional and international participant in the global technological landscape.
Munfarid Website: https://munfarid.org/

ABOUT DR. SANA FARID:
Dr. Sana Farid, is a pioneer ARVR Strategist, a surgeon and Co-founder & CEO of Munfarid. She is a powerful, determined, and dedicated educational reformer who works towards implementing futuristic solutions for societal well-being. An acclaimed speaker, brilliant academician, and a simulation expert, Dr. Sana Farid has been featured amongst the top 100 women in Bahrain, Forbes, Entrepreneur, and Harvard Business Review in 2018. Her remarkable work is a highlight in the Middle East’s ARVR space, and now the world, as she contributes her valuable consultancy and insurgent technological solutions in supporting Governmental and non-Governmental initiatives. With her notable ambition in outlining the much-needed necessities of ARVR in the world, she has been credited extensively as a leader in MENA technological terrain. Her unparalleled dedication and consistency in uplifting healthcare and education standards with international contribution and implementation of innovative solutions in developing countries have inspired many. She has been awarded as an ambassador of women empowerment programs as well, which makes her the pinnacle of outstanding success.

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Transformation of Healthcare through Immersive Technologies: by Dr. Sana Farid


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