Close-Up Shot – Tunali Fotograf http://tunalifotograf.com/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 20:01:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://tunalifotograf.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-1-150x150.png Close-Up Shot – Tunali Fotograf http://tunalifotograf.com/ 32 32 Hangar 1 vodka distillery closes Alameda production plant and tasting room https://tunalifotograf.com/hangar-1-vodka-distillery-closes-alameda-production-plant-and-tasting-room/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 18:36:55 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/hangar-1-vodka-distillery-closes-alameda-production-plant-and-tasting-room/ Hangar 1 vodka distillery has announced plans to close its Alameda-based plant. The beloved local tasting room is also set to close its doors as of December 18, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. It’s not quite the end for the company, as a rep said the company will move production to an unnamed partner distillery […]]]>

Hangar 1 vodka distillery has announced plans to close its Alameda-based plant. The beloved local tasting room is also set to close its doors as of December 18, the San Francisco Chronicle reports. It’s not quite the end for the company, as a rep said the company will move production to an unnamed partner distillery in the Bay Area, but it’s the end of a Era: The business has taken up space on the Bay Area island since its start in 2001, opening a tasting room in 2017 with sweeping views of the San Francisco skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge . The the Chronicle points out that the company name takes the name of the old airplane hangar where the vodka is made, but there are still unanswered questions about whether the company will rebrand in the future.

“This has been a difficult decision for the team, but unfortunately it is necessary to meet the changing needs of the business,” Hangar 1 spokeswoman Marissa Sturm said. the Chronicle. “Hangar 1 vodka will continue to be made at our partner distillery in the Bay Area, using the same production methods and ingredients.”

Restaurant hit by gunfire at Stanford Mall

Employees of Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse were struck by lightning as a drive-by shooting took place Monday afternoon at the Stanford Mall, KVTU reports. Two shots were fired around 4.30pm, but one bullet is known to have hit the building where Fleming resides, hitting a large restaurant window. No one was injured, despite staff and customers being inside the restaurant at the time. No suspects have been arrested. Palo Alto police said they plan to increase patrols in the popular mall.

A bottler and a winery team up…and a restaurant is born

A new restaurant is in the works for the Mission District, and the owners of Gemini Bottle Co. and Subject to Change Wine Co. are teaming up to take over the space at 2845 18th Street, the San Francisco Business Times reports. Former Rich Table wine director and Gemini Bottle Co. owner Dominique Henderson and winemaker and Subject to Change Wine Co. co-founder Alexander Pomerantz have applied for a restaurant liquor license under the Bar Gemini entity. The 18th Street location is located next to Osito and Liliana, on the ground floor of the Madelon apartment building.

New rooftop bar to debut in downtown Palo Alto

A new hotel is gearing up for opening and is already teasing details of a new rooftop bar and all-day cafe set to debut in December, as Palo Alto Online reports. Palo Alto graduate opens his sixth-floor rooftop terrace, president’s terrace, restoration of the garden, installation of an outdoor fireplace and preparation of the space for cocktails, natural wines and “seasonal bites”, including brunch, as well as plans for weekend brunch and the “rooftop yoga” after opening. Lou & Herbert’s is an all-day café with pastries from Manresa Bread and breakfast, before transforming into a place for beer, wine, cocktails and “bites to share”.

As Palo Alto Online points out, the change has been considered controversial as the former President Hotel was previously a landmark 75-apartment building before City Council approved conversion to a 100-room hotel in 2020.

A rendering of the President’s Terrace at the Graduate Palo Alto
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Anthony Davis, Lakers close out Pistons for 2nd straight win – Daily Bulletin https://tunalifotograf.com/anthony-davis-lakers-close-out-pistons-for-2nd-straight-win-daily-bulletin/ Sat, 19 Nov 2022 06:35:57 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/anthony-davis-lakers-close-out-pistons-for-2nd-straight-win-daily-bulletin/ LOS ANGELES — It’s taken a lot longer than anyone would like, and the Lakers have yet to show it against one of the NBA’s true contenders. But after 14 games, they could find their way to close out games when it matters most. It was a bit of hope to keep after the Lakers […]]]>

LOS ANGELES — It’s taken a lot longer than anyone would like, and the Lakers have yet to show it against one of the NBA’s true contenders.

But after 14 games, they could find their way to close out games when it matters most.

It was a bit of hope to keep after the Lakers (4-10) won their second straight game Friday night, 128-121, against the Detroit Pistons (3-14). Again, Anthony Davis played a starring role, scoring 38 points and adding 16 rebounds and four blocked shots in his first straight 30-point game since February.

But for one of the few times so far this season, the Lakers’ experience seemed to give them an edge in the clutch. Prior to beating Detroit, they were just 1-5 in games within five points with five minutes remaining (the only win after a buzzer-beater forcing OT). But against the Pistons, they actually pulled away, scoring from the field or the free throw line on eight straight possessions with 5:05 left.

“We’re getting organized,” Davis said. “We get off the floor and go into our sets and not just with a random attack. So when we go down and get ready and get the game we want, we usually get something good.

Davis played a pivotal role in that attack, scoring 12 of his points in the final five minutes. The best the Pistons could do to slow down the All-Star big man was a foul on him, and Davis was 18 of 21 from the line, accounting for more than half of the Lakers’ free throws.

Lonnie Walker IV added 17 points, Austin Reaves scored 16 points and Russell Westbrook had 10 points and 12 assists.

Of these three, Walker was arguably the most crucial. For the second game in a row, he was the leading ball handler in the crucial fourth quarter, even in lineouts with Westbrook on the ground. But he passed the credit to his teammate, who has recently stepped up his goalscoring output.

“AD makes it work,” Walker said. “He makes the game easy. I think anyone who’s in a pick-and-roll with Anthony Davis knows that’s hard to keep. He consumes so much on the pitch.

With four days of rest between games, the Lakers expected to arrive with rested legs. But for a quarter and a half, they looked more like they were still sleeping. While the Lakers were without LeBron James for the third consecutive gamethe Pistons played without Cade Cunningham, their primary point guard winger.

On defense, the Lakers were slow to turn and challenge the drive, cutting off the Pistons. Detroit scored 16 of its 37 first-quarter points in the paint and beat the Lakers on the fast break for four field goals. While the Lakers, especially Davis, got to the line 16 times in the period, they gave away their advantage with five turnovers against Detroit’s.

At a particularly low point, the Lakers found themselves trailing the Pistons by 14 points.

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Alker shoots 65, shares Schwab Cup championship lead https://tunalifotograf.com/alker-shoots-65-shares-schwab-cup-championship-lead/ Fri, 11 Nov 2022 03:39:00 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/alker-shoots-65-shares-schwab-cup-championship-lead/ Comment this story Comment PHOENIX — Steven Alker matched Padraig Harrington’s early birdies and continued to play golf steadily, giving him a one-shot lead over the only player who can pass him for the Charles Schwab Cup. The Kiwi couldn’t have asked for a better start. Alker fired a bogeyless 6-under 65 on Thursday to […]]]>

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PHOENIX — Steven Alker matched Padraig Harrington’s early birdies and continued to play golf steadily, giving him a one-shot lead over the only player who can pass him for the Charles Schwab Cup.

The Kiwi couldn’t have asked for a better start.

Alker fired a bogeyless 6-under 65 on Thursday to share the lead in the first round of the season-ending Charles Schwab Cup championship.

“I felt good today, I hit some quality shots, I got a couple putts early,” Alker said. “I think Padraig and I felt like we were feeding off each other a bit by making a few early birdies. I am happy. One less, three to go.

Alker needs to finish at least fifth to win the Charles Schwab Cup and is in good shape after posting six birdies at Phoenix Country Club.

The 51-year-old New Zealander was level with John Huston and Stephen Ames in his bid to go from journeyman to champion.

Bernhard Langer shot 66, leaving him one shot behind as he tries to tie Hale Irwin PGA Tour Champions record of 45 wins. Harrington also shot 66, but must win and ensure Alker finishes outside the top five to win the season title.

“I’m well placed in the tournament,” Harrington said. “I am badly placed in the Schwab Cup. It’s like that.”

Alker hasn’t had much sustained success on the PGA Tour, but battled his way to the PGA Tour champions with a string of top 10 finishes after starting as a Monday qualifier at the Boeing Classic in August 2021. He won five times on the plus-50 tour this year, has earned more than $3.3 million and leads Harrington by more than 600,000 points in the Schwab Cub standings.

Alker went up and down for a birdie on the par-5 first hole, added another birdie on the No. 4 and went up and down from the short left of the par-4 fifth to reach 3 under. He added a 15-foot birdie on the No. 10 and hit it close on the par-3 13th for another.

Alker’s tee shot on the 354-yard 16th hole hit a sprinkler head, carving his ball about 40 feet from the green. He kicked from 2 feet and tried to replace his ball, but was forced to play it when Harrington protested and a rules official was called.

“I thought it was cut, but apparently it wasn’t,” Alker said. “It was like a dimple that had come off the ball.”

Alker still made the putt and saved the par with a 15-foot putt on the par-4 17th. He was unable to take advantage of the accessible par-5 18th, missing a birdie putt from 35 feet.

Langer, 65, beat his age with a second round of 63 last week and won the TimberTech Championship, breaking his own record as the oldest player to win the PGA Tour Champions.

Langer finished with three straight birdies for a 4-under 32 on the front nine and struck it from 3 feet for another birdie on the par-4 12th. The age-defying German offset a bogey on the No.13 with a birdie on the No.13.

Harrington matched Alker’s birdie on No. 1 and added another on the par-3 second before dropping a shot at No. 3. Harrington hit his drive to the front of the par-4 court fifth and two putts for a birdie to turn in 2-under 34.

The 51-year-old Irishman had back-to-back birdies at numbers 11 and 12, then added another at 13. He hit his second shot on the par-5 18th into a greenside bunker, but couldn’t get up and down for a birdie.

“I was pretty comfortable with the game,” Harrington said. “Just keep doing this for another 54 holes and let’s see where it leads.”

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Russell Henley with another 63 opens Mayakoba 3 shot lead https://tunalifotograf.com/russell-henley-with-another-63-opens-mayakoba-3-shot-lead/ Sat, 05 Nov 2022 02:02:40 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/russell-henley-with-another-63-opens-mayakoba-3-shot-lead/ Comment this story Comment PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico — Russell Henley plays so well that even some of his conservative shots have ended up close enough for easy birdies. He had another 8-under 63 and opened up a three-stroke lead Friday in the World Tech Championship in Mayakoba. Henley birdied three straight early in his […]]]>

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PLAYA DEL CARMEN, Mexico — Russell Henley plays so well that even some of his conservative shots have ended up close enough for easy birdies. He had another 8-under 63 and opened up a three-stroke lead Friday in the World Tech Championship in Mayakoba.

Henley birdied three straight early in his round at El Camaleon, and he capped another three-birdie streak with a daring tee shot off a backpin on the par-3 eighth.

This one could have been an accident.

“I wasn’t trying to hit it there on No. 8. It just went a little deeper than I wanted to,” Henley said. “But obviously very happy with the result.”

Henley was 16-under 126, one shy of his career best for the first 36 holes of the PGA Tour. He shot 125 (62-63) at the Sony Open in Honolulu to start the year, a tournament that ended with Hideki Matsuyama beating him in the playoffs.

Henley also had a three-stroke lead at the Sony Open. This time, Henley is ahead of Will Gordon (67) and Sam Ryder (65), each looking for their first PGA Tour title.

Henley is a three-time winner, with his last win coming more than five years ago at the 2017 Houston Open.

Two-time major champion Collin Morikawa finally staged a big round with a 63 and was eight behind, while Masters champion Scottie Scheffler had to settle for a 71 that left him 10 shots behind.

The cut was at 4 under 138, a 12-stroke differential up and down, which was more about the quality of Henley’s game.

El Camaleon sits just over 7,000 meters at sea level (Gulf of Mexico). The Tropical Breeze is something players have never seen before. The greens are smooth and relatively flat. The challenge lies in the mangroves that line the fairways and make them even more difficult to reach.

“Mentally, I felt confident and believed in what I was doing,” Henley said. “It starts with the tee. There are intimidating tee shots for me and I just try to commit to what I’m doing and commit to trying to hit a good shot. Being in good headspace for those tee shots is a great start.

A reliable putter never hurts, and it’s long been the best club in Henley’s bag. He rolled in a 25-footer on the No. 3, and he also landed a few momentum-saving par putts.

Gordon opened with a 62 and followed with a 67, although he still felt like he was going in the right direction.

“I didn’t watch myself closely today and didn’t convert a few putts, but I mean, it was a good day,” Gordon said. “A long way to go and two solid days under me.”

Viktor Hovland, who was aiming for a third straight win at Mayakoba, could only birdie three times in his round of 69, which left him eight shots behind.

Only two other players were within five shots of Henley heading into the weekend. Patton Kizzire had a second straight 65 and was four behind, while David Lingmerth (66) was another shot behind.

It’s the eighth time Henley has had at least a share of a 36-hole lead on tour, and he’s converted just one to victory – his first start of his rookie year in 2013 when he won the Sony Open against fellow rookie Scott Langley.

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Theodore scores in overtime, Golden Knights beat Capitals 3-2 https://tunalifotograf.com/theodore-scores-in-overtime-golden-knights-beat-capitals-3-2/ Wed, 02 Nov 2022 03:39:24 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/theodore-scores-in-overtime-golden-knights-beat-capitals-3-2/ Comment this story Comment WASHINGTON — Shea Theodore scored 1:35 into overtime to lead the Vegas Golden Knights to a 3-2 win over the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night. William Carrier and Jack Eichel also scored for the Golden Knights, who extended their winning streak to five games. Eichel added an assist and Alex Pietrangelo […]]]>

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WASHINGTON — Shea Theodore scored 1:35 into overtime to lead the Vegas Golden Knights to a 3-2 win over the Washington Capitals on Tuesday night.

William Carrier and Jack Eichel also scored for the Golden Knights, who extended their winning streak to five games. Eichel added an assist and Alex Pietrangelo helped set up all three goals for Vegas, bringing his assist total this season to nine. Logan Thompson made 19 saves.

“We’re a veteran group, so we’ll never be out of action,” Thompson said. “These guys, they know how to win and (we were) confident coming here after the second period that we were going to find a way to get two points tonight.”

Marcus Johansson and Trevor van Riemsdyk scored for Washington. Charlie Lindgren stopped 28 of 31 shots.

After Washington and Vegas traded power-play goals in the first period, van Riemsdyk broke the tie just 1:42 from the start of the second, beating Thompson with a shot on the faceoff to carry the score at 2-1. The goal was van Riemsdyk’s first of the season and his first in 42 games since January 28.

With less than six minutes left in regulation time, Carrier tied the score on a shot that went off the right post and inside.

In extra time, Eichel sent a fine pass to Theodore, who came on and beat Lindgren from close range for the winner and his third goal of the season.

“Great play. Obviously he’s a good player with the puck, and I think if you can read his eyes and get into a good position, he’ll find you,” Theodore said of the pass. d’Eichel on his winner in extra time.

Thompson also held Washington’s Alex Ovechkin scoreless. The Capitals captain is one goal away from tying Gordie Howe for the most team goals in NHL history.

“Obviously we know he’s a good player, don’t we?” said Thompson. “No, obviously he’s got that shot, so that’s something we understood. There’s a reason why he’s got something like 800 goals. He’s a goalscorer and we’ve done a good job of taking him out.

Washington scored a point but was not unscathed, losing Beck Malenstyn to an upper body injury after diving to stop a shot from the point. He joins a long list of injured Capitals, including TJ Oshie, Connor Brown, Nicklas Backstrom, Tom Wilson, Carl Hagelin and John Carlson.

Following more adversity, head coach Peter Laviolette wanted to see a better effort from Washington in the final 20 minutes of regulation, where he believed things were starting to fall apart for the injury-riddled club.

“I didn’t like the way we played in the third period. I understand the circumstances, I understand the situation, but that doesn’t mean you have to like the way we played the third,” Laviolette said. “I thought we sat down, we left too many holes and we gave a lot of chances…not enough press and too many chances against.”

Connor Brown will be out six to eight months after ACL surgery. … John Carlson missed his second straight game with a lower-body injury. … Phil Kessel is now six games out of 1,000 straight games played. … Jack Eichel and Alex Ovechkin are on three-game point streaks. … Reilly Smith was rocked after a kick from behind by Martin Fehervary, but finished the match.

Golden Knights: Continuation of the move from the Eastern Conference Thursday to the Ottawa Senators.

Capitals: Visit the Detroit Red Wings on Thursday.

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Livingston 0-3 Celtic: Kyogo, Taylor and Jota restore leaders to four-point lead https://tunalifotograf.com/livingston-0-3-celtic-kyogo-taylor-and-jota-restore-leaders-to-four-point-lead/ Sun, 30 Oct 2022 13:51:28 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/livingston-0-3-celtic-kyogo-taylor-and-jota-restore-leaders-to-four-point-lead/ Kyogo Furuhashi’s ninth goal of the season puts Celtic ahead Celtic restored their four-point advantage at the top of the Scottish Premiership after securing a three-goal win at Livingston. Kyogo Furuhashi hit the near post to Jack Hamilton after being found by Greg Taylor early in the game, and the left-back piledriver ran through the […]]]>
Kyogo Furuhashi’s ninth goal of the season puts Celtic ahead

Celtic restored their four-point advantage at the top of the Scottish Premiership after securing a three-goal win at Livingston.

Kyogo Furuhashi hit the near post to Jack Hamilton after being found by Greg Taylor early in the game, and the left-back piledriver ran through the goalkeeper’s legs after the break.

Giorgos Giakoumakis missed a late penalty for the visitors after a VAR review of Andrew Shinnie’s handball, before fellow substitute Jota netted Celtic’s third.

Victory takes Celtic away from Rangers at the top and has rarely been in doubt in a place where they have struggled of late.

Livingston threatened to prolong those woes early on, but Joel Nouble couldn’t get enough buy into his shot from an early free-kick and it cost the hosts dearly.

Celtic moved forward, Taylor releasing Kyogo in the box and the Japanese striker hammering the ball past Hamilton.

Kyogo was back midway through the first half, but Jack Fitzwater did enough to discourage the striker as he fired wide.

James Forrest trailed a low shot wide after cutting from the right and teammate Aaron Mooy was also close to the inside left channel.

Taylor’s powerful shot was turned away by Hamilton in the opening moments of the second half, but the left-back’s next attempt would go unstoppable.

It was deja vu for Livingston as an inviting opener turned into a goal concession.

Jason Holt’s control dropped him in the Celtic penalty area after he was found by Nouble and the visitors broke. Taylor was ready to pounce after Livi struggled to clear their lines, her shot flying through a flurry of players and Hamilton.

The goalkeeper’s wayward clearance then presented the ball to Forrest, but he recovered after a timely intervention from Nicky Devlin.

Jota had returned from injury on the bench and made an immediate impact with the cross that cut off Shinnie’s outstretched hand. The kick was awarded after referee Willie Collum reviewed the video, but Giakoumakis’ shot hit the outside of the left post.

That mattered little, however, as Celtic quickly added to their tally with sub David Turnbull crossing for Jota to finish from close range.

Player of the Match – Greg Taylor

Greg Taylor
The left-back, making his 100th Celtic appearance, rose to the challenge presented by the summer snap of Alexandro Bernabei’s arrival and is now adding goals to his game with two in his last two league games.

Livingston’s patience doesn’t pay – analysis

After leading Rangers into stoppage time last week, Livingston was ready to bide their moments in attack in the hope of keeping Celtic at bay at the other end.

Nouble was tasked with holding the ball and leading Cameron Carter-Vickers into a contest. It paid off with free kicks won and an eventual yellow card for Carter-Vickers.

However, Nouble’s early chance, Stephen Kelly’s low shot into the arms of Joe Hart and Holt’s poor touch at the crucial moment were all they could muster in the final third.

The key to Livingston’s draw at Ibrox had been their ability to defend crosses. Celtic have barely taken this route, instead preferring to go through their opponents in central areas, exemplified by the opening goal and some of their best chances.

The champions were competent, if not spectacular against a side determined not to be the last side at the end of a heavy Celtic count.

But with just three points dropped from a possible 36 this season and nine in total in 2022, Ange Postecoglou’s side continue to make strong favorites for successive titles.

what they said

David Martindale, manager of Livingston: “I’m disappointed with the way we lost goals. You don’t really have a plan B sometimes when you’re behind a goal so early in the game. It’s really, really difficult to change the game then.

“Celtic earned the points but we were very, very naive at times in the game and those times led to some big goals.”

Celtic coach Ange Postecoglou: “The few times they had touches in the box or free-kicks, we treated them very well and our football was good after that.

“Our form since the start of the year has been really solid. Our performances have hit a really consistent note and we need that to continue.”

And after?

Livingston travels to Kilmarnock in the Scottish Premiership on Friday (19:45 GMT). Celtic conclude their Champions League campaign at Real Madrid on Wednesday (5:45 p.m.) and then host Dundee United in the Premiership on Saturday (3:00 p.m.).

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  • 17KellyReplaced byshinnieat 63′minutesBooked at 78 mins
  • 19Noble

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  • 9anderson
  • tenEsmael Goncalves
  • 22shinnie
  • 31Konovalov
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  • 56Ralston
  • 20Carter VickersBooked at 27 mins
  • 6jenzBooked at 73 mins
  • 3taylorBooked at 88 mins
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  • 41HastenReplaced byAbildgardat 80′minutes
  • 49ForestReplaced byAbadaat 67′minutes
  • 8FuruhashiReplaced bygiakoumakisat 80′minutes
  • 9HaksabanovicReplaced byPhilippe Névesat 80′minutes

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  • 11Abada
  • 14turnbull
  • 17Philippe Néves
  • 25Bernabéi
  • 28Abildgard
  • 31siegrist
  • 38Maeda
  • 88Juranovic

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What to do if your child has a respiratory infection? Our medical analyst explains https://tunalifotograf.com/what-to-do-if-your-child-has-a-respiratory-infection-our-medical-analyst-explains/ Thu, 27 Oct 2022 13:08:00 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/what-to-do-if-your-child-has-a-respiratory-infection-our-medical-analyst-explains/ CNN — A common respiratory virus, respiratory syncytial virus, is outbreak in the United States, resulting in the overflow of some children’s hospitals. The the flu virus is also on the riseas well as other viruses – such as adenovirus and rhinovirus – that cause the common cold. At the same time, children are returning […]]]>



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A common respiratory virus, respiratory syncytial virus, is outbreak in the United States, resulting in the overflow of some children’s hospitals. The the flu virus is also on the riseas well as other viruses – such as adenovirus and rhinovirus – that cause the common cold.

At the same time, children are returning to school and families are resume many in-person activitiesoften without the mitigation measures applied during Covid-19, increasing the possibility of viral spread.

What kinds of respiratory infections can be treated at home — and with what treatments? What symptoms should prompt parents to call the doctor or take their children to the hospital? When should children stay out of school? And what precautions can families take to reduce the spread of respiratory viruses?

To help us answer these questions and more, I spoke to Dr. Leana Wen, CNN medical analyst, emergency physician, public health expert, and professor of health policy and management at George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health. She is also the author of “Lifelines: A doctor’s journey in the fight for public health” and mother of two young children.

CNN: Why are respiratory infections on the rise?

Dr. Leana Wen: They have always been common in children. Before Covid-19, it was the norm, especially during the fall and winter, for schoolchildren to have runny noses and coughs.

Now they may rise in part because mitigating measures taken during the pandemic – such as social distancing, masking and avoiding large gatherings – have led to a decrease in the spread of respiratory viruses over the past two winters. . As a result, many children don’t have the immunity they normally would have.

My own children have already had at least three episodes of respiratory illness each since returning to kindergarten and preschool less than two months ago. Fortunately, they recovered well and did not become seriously ill, but I certainly understand the concern and distress that parents and caregivers feel when our children are sick.

CNN: What respiratory infections can be treated at home?

Magnifying glass: The vast majority of respiratory infections in children can be managed at home with fluids, fever medications, and rest. The cause of the infection is usually not the determining factor in whether a child needs hospital care – it’s how the child is doing.

Respiratory syncytial virus, also known as RSV, is a public health concern as some hospitals are filling up with children who have it. Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that virtually all children will get RSV before their second birthday – and that some 58,000 children will end up being hospitalized for it each year. Obviously, RSV is a very serious infection in some children, and parents need to know what to look out for to detect serious illness. But also keep in mind that the vast majority will have mild, cold-like symptoms and won’t need to be hospitalized.

The same goes for other viruses. The flu can cause very serious illnesses, just like Covid-19. However, most cases in children do not result in hospitalization and symptoms can be managed at home. On the other hand, there are viruses that are usually associated with a mild cold, such as the adenovirus, which can make some children very sick.

If you end up going to the ER, your child will likely be tested for Covid-19, influenza, and RSV. Some pediatricians would do it too. If your child is hospitalized, they may undergo additional screening tests. But many medical practices would not provide such care because, again, the virus causing the illness is less important in determining whether your child needs hospitalization than their condition.

The exception is very young infants – usually those under 2 months old – who are usually tested and monitored more.

CNN: What other risk factors should parents watch for serious illness?

Magnifying glass: Newborns are very vulnerable. They have little immunity and not much physiological reserve, which means that once they get sick, they can get very sick very quickly. Premature babies are also at risk. Many of them have underdeveloped lungs. A baby born two months before term has a physiological age two months younger than a baby born full term on the same day.

Parents and caregivers should have a health plan in place in case their children contract a respiratory virus.

There are also other factors to consider, including for young children who have significant heart and lung disease or who are severely immunocompromised. In all of these situations, families should have a low threshold for calling their doctor.

CNN: If a child is generally healthy and develops a fever, cough or runny nose, should parents and caregivers call the doctor? When should we rush to the hospital?

Magnifying glass: There are two major symptoms that should cause concern in respiratory infections. The first concerns breathing difficulties. Look for labored and rapid breathing. For example, if your children are wheezing or grunting; if their nostrils dilate; if they breathe through the belly, that is, the chest sags during breathing and the belly comes out; or if their breathing rate is higher than normal.

The second is difficulty staying hydrated. This is especially a problem in babies. If they have a stuffy nose, it may be difficult for them to drink breast milk and formula, and they could become dehydrated very quickly. If your child seems drowsy and isn’t drinking, or your baby has a decrease in wet diapers, call your doctor as soon as possible.

Persistent issues — for example, a mild fever that’s been going on for a few days — could likely wait until your pediatrician’s office hours.

I would advise you to have a plan before your child gets sick. Many pediatricians have an on-call service where you can reach your doctor or other health care provider within an hour, even at night and on weekends. Know if this possibility exists and have this number readily available to call. If your pediatrician cannot be reached after hours, you need to know which hospital you would take your child to if he or she became seriously ill. Ideally, this is a hospital near you and staffed with specialists in pediatric emergency medicine.

If you can’t easily reach your doctor by phone in an emergency, have a low threshold for bringing your child to the hospital, especially if you have a newborn or young baby. Breathing difficulties and the inability to stay hydrated are good reasons to go to the hospital immediately.

CNN: When should children stay out of school?

Magnifying glass: It depends on the policies of your child’s school. Many schools ask children to stay home while they have a fever. They should also not be present if they vomit. Some schools may also require Covid-19 tests to ensure the cause of symptoms is not coronavirus.

That said, it’s probably not reasonable to ask children to stay home if they have the slightest suspicion of sniffling. It could mean children miss several weeks of school during the winter months. Parents and caregivers should assume that there are children infected with certain respiratory pathogens in their child’s classroom at all times and take precautions accordingly. Some families may choose to hide. Others may go back to what they did before Covid, which is to stick to good hand hygiene and not be around vulnerable people when sick.

CNN: What kinds of precautions should parents and caregivers take?

Magnifying glass: Handwashing is a big deal. Many of these respiratory pathogens travel through droplets: when someone sneezes or coughs, those droplets land on surfaces someone else touches and then hit their nose or mouth. Encourage your children to wash their hands frequently and if they need to cough or sneeze, they should cough or sneeze into their elbow or a tissue to reduce the spread of droplets.

If someone in your household has a respiratory infection, it can easily spread to other household members. You can reduce this risk by not sharing utensils or drinks with the sick person and by keeping the sick person away from vulnerable household members such as newborns and the elderly. In general, families should also limit the exposure of newborns and premature babies as much as possible.

There is no approved vaccine for RSV, but there is for influenza. Parents should have their children vaccinated against the flu. They should have their children vaccinated against Covid-19 if they haven’t already, and assess your own family situation to determine if they should give their children aged 5 or older the new bivalent booster.

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Female, teenage girl shot and killed in Missouri high school; police kill shooter https://tunalifotograf.com/female-teenage-girl-shot-and-killed-in-missouri-high-school-police-kill-shooter/ Mon, 24 Oct 2022 21:45:00 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/female-teenage-girl-shot-and-killed-in-missouri-high-school-police-kill-shooter/ ST. LOUIS >> An armed man broke into a St. Louis high school this morning warning, “You are all going to die! before fatally killing a teacher and a teenage girl, and injuring six others before police killed him in a gunfight. The attack just after 9 a.m. at Central Visual and Performing Arts High […]]]>

ST. LOUIS >> An armed man broke into a St. Louis high school this morning warning, “You are all going to die! before fatally killing a teacher and a teenage girl, and injuring six others before police killed him in a gunfight.

The attack just after 9 a.m. at Central Visual and Performing Arts High School forced students to barricade doors and huddle in the corners of the classroom, jump out of windows and run out of the building to take shelter. A terrified girl said she was nose to nose with the shooter before her gun apparently jammed and she was able to get away.

Speaking at a news conference, Police Chief Michael Sack said the quick actions of a security guard, along with officers who “ran towards the shots”, helped put down end the shooting before more people are killed or injured. He said the shooter was around 20 years old, but did not identify him and said a possible motive was not yet known.

Authorities did not name the victims, but the St. Louis Post-Dispatch identified the teacher who died as Jean Kuczka. His daughter said her mother was killed when the gunman burst into her classroom and she moved between him and his students.

“My mother loved children,” Abbey Kuczka told the newspaper. “She loved her students. I know her students looked at her like she was their mother.

St. Louis Schools Superintendent Kelvin Adams said seven security guards were in the school at the time of the attack, each posted at an entrance to the locked building. One of the guards noticed that the shooter was trying to enter through a locked door, but couldn’t. The guard notified school officials, who contacted police, Sack said.

“It was that quick response from that security guard, the fact that the door caused the suspect to pause, that bought us time,” Sack said.

He declined to say how the man finally got inside, armed with what he described as a long gun. Central Visual and Performing Arts shares a building with another magnet school, the Collegiate School of Medicine and Bioscience. Central has 383 students, Collegiate 336.

Officers worked to get the students out of the three-story building, then “ran to that gunshot, located that shooter, and engaged that shooter in a gunfight,” killing him, Sack said.

Today’s school shooting was the 40th this year resulting in injury or death, according to an Education Week tally – the highest number since it began tracking shootings in 2018 Deadly attacks include the killings at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, in May, when 19 children and two teachers died. Today’s shooting in St. Louis took place the same day a Michigan teenager pleaded guilty to terrorism and first-degree murder in a school shooting that killed four students in December 2021.

Some of the six people hospitalized in today’s attack suffered gunshot wounds, while others were hit by shrapnel, Sack said. He did not provide any information about their conditions.

Taniya Gholston said she was saved when the shooter’s gun jammed as he walked into her classroom. “All I heard was two shots and he came in with a gun,” the 16-year-old told the Post-Dispatch. “I was trying to run and I couldn’t run. He and I made eye contact, but I walked away because his gun jammed.

Two teachers recounted near-miss clashes with the shooter.

Ashley Rench told The Associated Press she was teaching advanced algebra to second graders when she heard a loud bang. Then the school intercom announced, “Miles Davis is in the building.

“This is our code for intruders,” Rench said.

The students took cover under his desk and behind his podium as the gunman attempted to enter the locked classroom before giving up and walking away.

“I don’t know why he chose not to break my windows or shoot through the lock,” she said.

Raymond Parks was about to teach a junior dance class when a man dressed in black approached. At first Parks thought the man was carrying a broom or a stick. Then he realized it was a gun.

“The children started screaming, running and thrashing around. He walked right into both gates and pointed his gun at me because I was in front,” Parks said.

For some unknown reason, Parks said, the shooter pointed the gun away from him and let Parks and the dozen or so students leave the room. “That’s what I don’t understand. He let me go,” Parks said.

Janay Douglas’ 15-year-old daughter got stuck in a hallway when school was closed. Douglas said he received a call from his daughter letting him know she heard gunshots.

“A friend of hers came through the door, he was shot in the hand, and then she and her friends started running. The phone disconnected,” Douglas said. “I was on my way.”

Kuczka, the slain teacher, taught health at Central for 14 years and recently started coaching cross country at Collegiate, her daughter said. “She was really looking forward to retirement. She was close,” Abbey Kuczka said.

Kuczka’s biography on the school’s website stated that she was married, a mother of five, and a grandmother of seven. She was an avid cyclist and was on a 1979 national championship field hockey team at what is now Missouri State University.

“I can’t imagine myself in any career other than teaching,” Kuczka wrote on the website. “In high school, I gave swimming lessons at the YMCA. From that moment I knew I wanted to be a teacher.

The shooting rocked St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones.

“Our kids shouldn’t have to go through this,” Jones said at the press conference. “They shouldn’t have to go through active fire drills in case something happens. And unfortunately, it happened today.

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said more action was needed to end gun violence.

“Every day that the Senate does not send an assault weapons ban to the President’s desk or waits to take other common-sense action is a day too late for families and communities impacted by gun violence.” , said Jean-Pierre.

The school district placed all of its schools on lockdown for the rest of the day and canceled all extracurricular activities, including sports.

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Defense pairings still on the move for the Lightning https://tunalifotograf.com/defense-pairings-still-on-the-move-for-the-lightning/ Fri, 21 Oct 2022 23:03:15 +0000 https://tunalifotograf.com/defense-pairings-still-on-the-move-for-the-lightning/ SUNRISE — With three positions to fill on their blue line to open the season, the body of Lightning defensemen is still under construction. The Lightning have played five different defense pairs in five games. On Friday against the Panthers’ interstate rival, right-handed defenseman Cal Foote was eliminated healthy in favor of Philippe Myers and […]]]>

SUNRISE — With three positions to fill on their blue line to open the season, the body of Lightning defensemen is still under construction.

The Lightning have played five different defense pairs in five games. On Friday against the Panthers’ interstate rival, right-handed defenseman Cal Foote was eliminated healthy in favor of Philippe Myers and Nick Perbix.

Lightning coach Jon Cooper said the reshuffle aims to take a closer look at some of the team’s newcomers, particularly among right-handed defensemen. Myers, acquired from Nashville in the trade of Ryan McDonagh, has played in just two of the team’s exhibition games and missed the Lightning’s game against Philadelphia on Tuesday.

He will team up with left-handed defenseman Ian Cole, playing his second game since being reinstated after his suspension, to form the Lightning’s third defense pair.

“The sample size is small and we have to watch some of these players play,” Cooper said. “And, you know, it’s a shame that we lost an exhibition game because of the storm, so these first games of the year, you watch to see what you have got in the players. (Myers) has been banged up recently, so it’s time to see what we’ve got in him here.

Perbix, a rookie who made his NHL debut on Tuesday, teamed up with Mikhail Sergachev for his second straight game.

The Lightning entered the season needing to fill two of three right-back positions after Jan Rutta left in free agency. Zach Bogosian will miss the first six to eight weeks of recovery after shoulder surgery.

Braydon Coburn returns, in the broadcast booth

As the Lightning players left Friday morning practice, they saw a familiar face in the hallway.

Former Lightning defenseman Braydon Coburn, who played six seasons with Tampa Bay and was a member of the 2019-20 Stanley Cup team, was greeted with hugs and handshakes from his former teammates.

Coburn is testing a post-game career in broadcasting, and he made his radio debut as the Lightning’s radio color analyst for Friday’s game alongside play-by-play man Dave Mishkin.

Coburn, who still lives in Tampa Bay, was looking for a hockey opportunity that would keep him close to his family. He cut his teeth co-hosting the Lightning’s Block Party podcast with Seth Kushner.

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“I remember thinking it was really dark and I could barely see because the spotlight was on me and I was like, ‘Don’t fall down and hit the mat.’ That’s all I thought.

Perbix takes to the ice for his rookie round on Tuesday before pregame warmups at Amalie Arena.

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