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  • Autoimmune community seeks govt support as medication costs skyrocket during pandemic

    first_img“Since COVID-19 hit, the price has crept up steadily. It could reach Rp 22,000 per pill. The supply and demand has been out of balance,” Dian said.Dian also regretted the limited direct access to doctors, medical examinations or treatment. “Especially for patients who use the BPJS Kesehatan [the Health Care and Social Security Agency] service,” she said.Dian said the condition of people with lupus or other autoimmune diseases varied from the mild form, which attacked the skin or joints, to more severe conditions that attacked the blood or nervous system and even vital organs.“We can’t help but try to survive. That’s why we also strive for personal protective equipment [PPE], medicine, as well as collecting donations for those who have lost income,” added Dian.The SDF has initiated the collection of donations for the procurement and distribution of PPE, including 2,000 nonmedical masks, for 16 autoimmune communities around Indonesia. Within three weeks, they managed to raise funds of up to Rp 141 million.The organization has also provided aid that includes PPE such as medical and nonmedical masks and coverall hazmat suits, as well as multivitamins, to some hospitals and public health centers across Indonesia.Read also: Australian study links fiber intake during pregnancy to babies born with allergies and autoimmune disease“Because of the PPE scarcity, the distribution has been done gradually, depending on availability, to nine hospitals and regional hospitals in Bandung, Cimahi, Cianjur and Majalengka [in West Java] and Medan [in North Sumatra]. We also provided PPE to six public health centers in Jakarta, South Kalimantan and Bandung,” said Dian.SDF manager Laila Panchasari said that in commemoration of World Lupus Day, the organization had also launched a membership card program in collaboration with two clinical laboratories, Pramitha and Prodia, and state-owned pharmaceutical company Kimia Farma.“So, members can access generic HCQ and can get additional discounts for routine checks in the laboratories,” Laila said, adding that the SDF had more than 1,000 members across the archipelago.The membership number, however, is still small compared to the number of lupus sufferers in Indonesia, which Dian estimated at 135,000 to 270,000. Worldwide it is estimated that there are at least 5 million people with lupus, with 100,000 new cases every year. (syk)Topics : “The price of HCQ has increased by 100 percent. We hope the government can regulate the price so that patients can still can afford it and other primary medications needed by autoimmune patients,” Dian told The Jakarta Post on Saturday.Dian said autoimmune patients needed one or two HCQ pills a day to alleviate joint pain and other medications such as corticosteroids to increase steroid hormones in the body, relieve inflammation and suppress the excessive work of the immune system.She said the country was not able to produce its own HCQ until the end of 2019, when the domestically supplied immunosuppressant was sold at prices ranging from Rp 11,000 (73 US cents) to Rp 13,000 per pill.Read also: COVID-19 exposes flaws in Indonesia’s health insurance program The Syamsi Dhuha Foundation (SDF), a nonprofit organization representing autoimmune disease sufferers, has urged the government to pay more attention to people with immune-related conditions, who are much more vulnerable during the current COVID-19 pandemic, as medication costs have increased dramatically.To mark World Lupus Day on May 10 and World Autoimmune Day on May 20, the SDF is making an effort to gain support and raise awareness about people with autoimmune diseases, such as lupus, with its #ShareOurLove campaign.SDF chairwoman Dian Syarief, who is also an autoimmune disease sufferer, said it was an extraordinary time for her community as the prices for autoimmune drugs, including hydroxychloroquine (HCQ), which is also prescribed for COVID-19 patients, had soared.last_img read more

  • Magical Gold Coast property like Narnia, minus talking animals and mythical beasts

    first_img MORE NEWS: How an apartment fetched a premium despite price falls The library is pretty impressive.More from news02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa10 hours ago02:37Gold Coast property: Sovereign Islands mega mansion hits market with $16m price tag1 day agoOwner Piers Dance said he wanted the 6.47ha property’s name to reflect the peacefulness it offered. “We are Christian and one night we were … with a bunch of friends and we came up with Narnia which we all liked,” he said.“There are a couple of meanings but the one we liked was spring in winter and unique. “The name stuck and the story of Narnia with the central character as a lion we kind of liked that.” MORE NEWS: The suburbs where singles are most likely to find love It’s not the typical entrance through the wardrobe, but this gate leads to Narnia.THERE may not be a lion, a witch or a wardrobe that leads to a fantasy world, but this Gold Coast property has plenty of space for a game of hide and seek. Called Narnia, the picturesque Neranwood property, is a magical house on the outskirts of the city. If the name of the property inspires you to read The Chronicles of Narnia, a seven-part series by C.S. Lewis in which the film is based and the home is named after, the cozy library with a fireplace is the perfect spot. Likewise, to watch the movies, retreat to the home cinema and put it on the big screen with some popcorn. Plus, there are no talking animals or mythical beasts to interrupt the tranquillity on offer at the five-bedroom home at 32 Swanson Place. The house was built was about seven years ago.Mr Piers said he and his partner finished building the property about seven years ago. “We were aiming for something that was spacious but not huge, because we had so much land we were able to sprawl the house out,” he said. “With the help of the architect, we wanted to capture the fact we live in a very secluded space with complete privacy. “Want to be able to see the bush so there are lots of windows, which are really big, and the ceilings are really high and the windows go all the way up to the ceilings.“It’s totally unique, you will never get another one like this anywhere in Australia.” The property is on offer through an expressions of interest campaign.Mr Dance said he would miss the location the most as it was peaceful and quiet but still close to the Gold Coast’s amenities. “The driveway is 400m long, we are set in the middle of the bush,” he said. “If you were a movie star you’d have no issued with paparazzi, they’d have to bush bash to get to you.” The home theatre is the perfect spot to watch the Narnia films. A sunken bath with views of the gardens — yes please! Welcome to 32 Swanson Place, Neranwood, also known as Narnia. Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:02Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:02 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD576p576p360p360p270p270pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.This is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.Close Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button.PlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:00Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:00 Playback Rate1xFullscreenAndrew Winter: How to flaunt your Unique Selling Point01:02 He said other highlights of the home included the property being drought proof, purified water supplied to the house and solar panels, which almost cut out electricity bills. Marketing agent Margie Mac of Savills said there was a second meaning to the name Narnia that suited the property. “It means heaven on earth and the owners believe that the parcel of land is heaven on earth thanks to the tranquillity, seclusion and the privacy,” she said.last_img read more

  • Dosu: Rohr not better than Nigerian coaches

    first_img The German tactician has been in charge of the West Africans since 2016 and led the side to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, where they were eliminated at the group stage. Rohr, who paraded one of the youngest teams at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt, guided the side to finish third at the biennial tournament. There have been a clamour from a section of the fans for a Nigerian coach to be in charge of the Super Eagles, following the feats achieved by previous managers. In 2013, Stephen Keshi helped Nigeria clinch their third Africa Cup of Nations title in South Africa and led the side to the Round of 16 of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. Assessing the Super Eagles under Rohr, Joseph feels Rohr has not proved to be better than previous Nigerian coaches. “If we pick our pen and start writing he has not done more than what other Nigerian coaches have done,” Joseph told Goal. “We have played in the Africa Cup of Nations and won it under a Nigerian coach. We also played at the World Cup and got to the second round of the tournament. “He hasn’t done what other Nigerian coaches have not done. If he is given another opportunity and win the Nations Cup and get to the semi-final of the World Cup then I can say he has performed well. “For me, I think we are still in the place where Festus Onigbinde, Keshi, Augustine Eguavoen, Samson Siasia, Christian Chukwu and others have taken us.” The Nigeria Football Federation is yet to reach an agreement with Rohr on a new contract and Olympic gold medallist Joseph feels fans should not be worried about the situation. “Before they contacted him for Super Eagles job, none of us Nigerians were aware,” the former Nigeria goalkeeper continued. read also:Kehinde rates Eagles high, commends Gernot Rohr “The most important thing is for us to do well in every competition we play. Whoever is in charge of the Super Eagles should ensure our flag is not missing in international tournaments.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Former Nigeria international, Dosu Joseph, believes Gernot Rohr has not done enough for the Super Eagles and has set a benchmark for him. Promoted Content8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market ValueA Guy Turns Gray Walls And Simple Bricks Into Works Of ArtWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?Best & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Made5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme Parks14 Hilarious Comics Made By Women You Need To Follow Right NowWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?The Untold Truth Of Sasha ObamaThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More Loading… last_img read more

  • Bundesliga games likely to remain without fans until 2021

    first_imgBundesliga games will likely remain without fans until next year after German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that a ban on large events will be extended to Dec. 31. Merkel met with her 16 state governors on Thursday to discuss how to proceed as coronavirus infections rise again in Germany. Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?World’s Most Delicious FoodsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe10 Body Features That Are Extremely Rare But Very RemarkableWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist Read Also: No excuse for Lampard at Chelsea after spending spree Bavarian governor Markus Soder agreed with health minister Jens Spahn’s assertion that it would send the ”wrong signal” to allow fans go to games. Germany has reported 240,420 cases of the coronavirus, with 9,290 deaths attributed to COVID-19. But concern is growing as the number of daily new infections is rising. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Sport was not the main focus of the talks, but it is covered by the decision to extend the ban on events where hygiene and tracing can’t be ensured. That ban was initially set to run until Oct. 31 but was extended for another two months. The state governors’ chiefs of staff will form a working group to consider the possibility of spectators at events and report their findings by the end of October.last_img read more

  • A.D.O.P.T. Needs Your Help

    first_imgMadison,IN—Madison Correctional Facility is currently seeking permanent homes for dozens of animals following a seizure of an estimated 100+ animals in Jefferson County last week. A.D.O.P.T. (A Dog On Prison Turf ) located on grounds at Madison Correctional, is a no-kill shelter where offenders, bathe, groom, train, and teach tricks to animals in need of permanent, loving homes. Following the seizure of dozens of animals, A.D.O.P.T. was contacted to assist in the assessment and re-homing of several of the animals.Currently available are several Chihuahua mixes and a variety of mixed large breed dogs as well.If interested in meeting a few of the animals in need contact Jan Davis at or Michelle Monroe or to schedule an appointment.last_img read more

  • No urgency in Wenger talks

    first_img Press Association The French coach, who turns 64 next month, will come to the end of his current deal in the summer of 2014 but has indicated he would be open to extending his stay. He continues to hold the full support of owner Stan Kroenke and the board, with chief executive Ivan Gazidis stressing earlier this summer negotiations would continue quietly behind the scenes. Wenger proved key in the record-breaking £42million deal to bring Mesut Ozil from Real Madrid on transfer deadline day, and has always maintained the continued drive for success on the pitch comes ahead of any speculation over his own future. Speaking before the Barclays Premier League win over Tottenham ahead of the international break, Wenger stressed: “Look, my future at the moment is not the most important thing. “I am not on the transfer market, so that is not a priority.” center_img Arsenal remain relaxed over contract talks with manager Arsene Wenger, Press Association Sport understands.last_img read more

  • Wenger explains Ozil “coincidence”

    first_img Arsenal recruited the former head fitness coach of the Germany national team Shad Forsythe to help the current backroom team. Wenger, however, maintained there could have been no way to forsee another injury setback after forward Olivier Giroud fractured a bone in his foot when making a last-minute tackle against Everton and France defender Mathieu Debuchy caught his studs in the Emirates Stadium pitch which resulted in a broken ankle. “What is different (this season) is we have a bit more prevention than before for the players to prepare for the competition, and I think we have made progress,” said Wenger. “(But) for us this season, we had big injuries and coincidental injuries. “For example Giroud – I don’t know what we can do about Giroud’s injury? Debuchy was on his own when he did the ankle, then you have Ozil. “(Do) you know how Ozil did the injury? Passing the ball with the outside left foot. He must have done that a million times. “Ozil was on his own. He told me he just wanted to give the ball like that (flicked with the outside of his foot) and heard a little crack. “There are a lot of post-World Cup injuries and not many soft tissue injuries.” Ozil is not expected to feature again for Arsenal until the start of 2015. Wenger, though, stressed there should be no concerns over how the player was managed at Stamford Bridge. “He (Ozil) did not tell me anything during the game, I did not even know,” said Wenger, whose side tackle Hull on Saturday looking to close back ground on the top four. “What happened was that at half-time, just before we went out, the physio told me ‘Ozil has a little pain with his knee, but it is not bad’. “He wanted to go on and I told him ‘if you don’t feel well, tell me and I will take you off straight away’. He never did that during the whole game, and after that I left him on because we were in a position where we needed to score a goal and he can deliver the final ball. “Then after the game, he went to Germany. With Germany, they thought at the start it was nothing. “We played on Sunday, on Monday he was off, and on Tuesday they gave him the day off. He was supposed to practise on Wednesday. “On Wednesday morning, he said he could still not practise. “They sent him for a scan, and in this scan they discovered that he had a knee ligament injury which is quite serious.” Defender Laurent Koscielny is not available because of an inflamed Achilles. Winger Theo Walcott is set to play for the club’s Under-21s on Friday after nine months out with a knee injury, while captain Mikel Arteta could feature against Hull after a calf problem. Midfielder Aaron Ramsey is expected back for next week’s Champions League tie away to Anderlecht in Brussels. Wenger is likely to deploy Spain international Nacho Monreal at centre-back against Hull, as England’s Calum Chambers serves a suspension for collecting five yellow cards. Press Association Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists Mesut Ozil’s knee problem is just the latest in a long line of “coincidental injuries” rather than down to any failing in the club’s medical support. Ozil faces around two months of rehabilitation after scans on international duty with Germany discovered a “partial rupture of the outer band of the left knee joint” which he had suffered during Arsenal’s Barclays Premier League defeat at Chelsea. Wenger moved to allay suggestions he went against the advice of both the player and Arsenal’s own medical staff by sending Ozil out for the second half at Stamford Bridge on October 5, as his side looked to get back into a match they would go on to lose 2-0. last_img read more

  • S’Africa Coach Sad with the Late Goal Conceded against Nigeria

    first_imgCoach Stuart Baxter admitted last night that not happy his Bafana Bafana conceded a late goal against Nigeria to crash out of the AFCON 2019.The coach who on Tuesday was confident that his team will progress after the lone goal win against host Egypt was in bad mood during the post match interview but managed to respond to few questions from the media.“The match was very hard for both teams but the timing of the winning goal for Nigeria will take me a long time to forget because we played well and were ready for another upset if the match had gone into extra time which was what we were hoping for. “Any goal from set piece can be or not be but when the goal was scored (the winner for Nigeria), it was over for my team and the dream which started one and a half years ago ended in a dramatic fashion and now we have to check out and go back home.“I want to congratulate the Nigerian side and wish them well as they move on the tournament. We were happy that Eagles did not double the lead when things were going in their favour but after our hard earned equaliser, we had to press further knowing fully well that the Nigerian team appears to have lost steam.“We were hoping for another 30 minutes of extra play and perhaps a shoot out if need be but Nigeria wanted to finish off and they got the job done with that late winner by William Troost,” concludes the coach.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Stuart Baxter last_img read more

  • MLAX : Syracuse looks to challenge for national title despite inexperienced roster

    first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Bobby Eilers didn’t hesitate. The senior midfielder was quick to say he and his teammates have noticed Syracuse’s place in the preseason media polls.They aren’t pleased with their No. 7 ranking in the 2012 Inside Lacrosse Face-Off Yearbook Preseason Top 20. After entering the previous season as the No. 1 team in the country, the Orange begins this year trying to earn respect as a national-championship contender. Syracuse opened its 2012 season and began that quest at the team’s media day on Thursday.Eilers points to the last time SU was ranked outside the top two during the preseason — in 2008 — as proof this unheralded group can challenge any team.‘We see those rankings, we’re not happy about them, but this is like the 2008 year,’ Eilers said. ‘They came in preseason ranked No. 11 and ended up winning a national championship. So they can rank us whatever they want, but all we have to do is climb that hill and we will be successful.’SU head coach John Desko acknowledged his players are hungry after being ranked lower than the program has been accustomed to in recent years. Orange defender Brian Megill said he doesn’t pay attention to the preseason rankings.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textBut he also said he believed the ranking was pretty low. Megill knows the ranking is based on Syracuse’s depleted starting lineup, which lost seven All-Americans.‘All the rankings are about is what we’ve lost,’ Megill said. ‘What we’ve done last year, what’s coming back this year, so those rankings are a little skewed, but a lot of teams are going to be surprised when it comes spring time.’The 2008 team that was ranked No. 11 by Inside Lacrosse in its preseason rankings received its ranking based on prior performance. SU won just five games in 2007 and missed the NCAA tournament for the first time in 25 years.But the Orange bounced back and went on to win the national title, as Eilers said. And just as that team did, he believes SU has the talent to move up the rankings and prove the doubters wrong.‘I think that we can only go up from here, and I know we’re going to go up,’ Eilers said. ‘We’re Syracuse lacrosse. We always play well.’Orange enters preseason with plenty of competitionTommy Palasek recognizes the numerous holes in SU’s starting lineup after the departure of the winningest class in school history. But he’s still confident about what this year’s team can achieve with the current pieces in place.‘With such a strong senior class last year it seems like there’s a lot of holes to fill, but I feel like we’re just reloading,’ the senior attack said. ‘We’ve got speed, we’ve got size, we’ve got the talent, and it’s going to be hopefully another good Syracuse team that we produce every year.’Desko is faced with an unfamiliar situation entering the season. With just four returning players seeing extensive action in the starting lineup last year, the Syracuse head coach has an open competition at every position on the field.He admitted that the number of available starting roles on the team this season has created a unique practice environment. He said the competition gives him the ability to evaluate players for how they would fit into the lineup, regardless of their natural position.It’s a process he hasn’t been able to implement in recent years, and he’s glad to finally have the opportunity to do so.‘The fall has been a lot of fun,’ Desko said. ‘A little more hop in our step the first two weeks of fall ball with guys running around out there seeing there is a lot of starting sports and second midfield sports wide open.’But the absence of those highly regarded seniors has led to tempered expectations for the first time in recent memory. Although there are numerous unsettled position battles heading into the preseason, this year’s team is focused on forging its own identity.The goal remains the same as any other year despite the circumstances: win a national championship.‘To the outside public, yes, you would think that we would be the underdog this year, and I’m more than willing to accept that,’ Palasek said, ‘only because I know we have the capabilities to beat anyone.’Bratek not on SU rosterMidfielder Jake Bratek is not currently with the Orange, Desko said Thursday. The SU head coach said it seems doubtful that Bratek will be with Syracuse for the 2012 season.‘Right now, Jake Bratek is not with us,’ Desko said. ‘We’re under the assumption he’s probably going to move on here with us. We wish him all the best if that’s the case. I haven’t had any conversation with Jake yet.’Bratek played in six games as a freshman last season. He attempted seven shots and did not register a single point. He played lacrosse at Jamesville-DeWitt High School and was rated the No. 7 midfielder and 19th overall prospect in the Class of 2010 by Inside Published on January 12, 2012 at 12:00 pmcenter_img Commentslast_img read more

  • ‘Know Tomorrow’ educates students on climate change

    first_imgJessica Zhou | Daily TrojanIn an effort to motivate students to take action against climate change, Know Tomorrow, a student-led movement spanning 60 college campuses nationwide, held an activity fair and a series of speakers featuring Robert F. Kennedy Jr. in McCarthy Quad on Friday.In partnership with the Undergraduate Student Government Program Board, the Environmental Student Assembly, the Speakers Committee and the Academic Culture Assembly, Know Tomorrow’s event aimed to educate students about community-wide environmental initiatives.Students spent the day learning about the environment from different groups on campus, and participated in activities intended to teach participants about sustainability in an engaging manner.Among these activities were a “Change the Course Challenge,” which showed students the importance of facilitating the Earth’s recovery; a solar-powered popcorn machine sponsored by the California Public Interest Research Group and Environmental Core; Elementerra, a virtual reality video game; and a SolarCity Exhibit featuring solar power ovens, microwaves and air conditioning units.Jessica Zhou | Daily Trojan“[This event] has changed my perspective because it showed me that there are a lot of new, cool inventions and ways to make people aware of this [issue],” said Carrisa Chang, a freshman majoring in business administration.The event also featured professor of earth sciences Will Berelson, youth director of Earth Guardians Xiuhtezcahtl Martinez, founder of Tree People Andy Lipkis, NASA climate scientist Veronica Nieves, YouTuber Derek Muller and environmental lawyer Robert F. Kennedy Jr.“I really appreciated the number of viewpoints we had and the way [the speakers] interacted,” said Environmental Core member Zach Manta. “One of my favorite parts was watching the interactions.”Manta was among a group of students initially contacted last spring by Dornsife School of Letters, Arts and Sciences and Vice Dean Steven Lamy about the Know Tomorrow movement. The national event was launched by Wendy Abrams, founder of Cool Globes, who donated money to USC to help fund a climate science campaign.“We originally tried to make this an event that was just a simple shout through many voices, saying ‘Hey, let’s do something about [the state of the environment],’” Manta said. “But it turned into a critical discussion [involving] a lot of people who are already really concerned about the problem.”Joseph Chen | Daily TrojanThis event was directed at continuing this discussion on sustainability throughout the University.“I think the fact that USC is trying to change something is really great, but at the same time, I recognize the fact that there is much to be changed,” said Abhishek Sharma, a freshman majoring in biological sciences. “For example, [there are] very small amounts of renewable energy used here on campus, and there’s also lots of issues with [a lack of] recycling bins.”Program Board marketing director Chelsea Zhang, who helped coordinate the event, said she hopes students will be more inspired to take action.“I hope students can see how many other people are here to support [this event],” Zhang said. “Our events are fun, and there [are] a lot of cool organizations out here that are supporting this cause. It shouldn’t be a burden to be more eco-friendly.”Manta added that although he has studied the environment extensively through his major and Environmental Core, he was still able to broaden his knowledge on the subject.“I didn’t expect myself to be so opened up to the world of possibilities and the complexity of the problem and what we can do about it,” Manta said.Robert F. Kennedy Jr. speaks on campus to reflect on the role of natural resources in work, health and identity as Americans. He reminded students of their responsibility to preserve the planet for future generations as a part of the speaker series of Know Tomorrow. Tal Volk | Daily TrojanTal Volk | Daily TrojanCorrection: An earlier version of this article incorrectly referred to ESA as the Environmental Student Association. It is the Environmental Student Assembly. The Daily Trojan regrets the error.last_img read more