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  • Britain’s Personal Best to run in October 2013

    first_img Tagged with: Events Howard Lake | 8 May 2013 | News A web and mobile platform will enable individuals, charities, schools and other participants to create campaigns and challenges and encourage others to get involved.The initiative is supported by Groundwork UK, the Institute of Fundraising, NAVCA, CSV, vInspired, The NHS Federation, the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, ACEVO, 21st Century Legacy and ACOSVO. Martyn Rose, Chairman of the Society Network Foundation, said:“Britain’s Personal Best builds on the best of British civil society and our great traditions of public participation and mass engagement. There can be no one in the UK who was untouched or unmoved by the Olympics and Paralympics and the audacity and optimism that helped London and the UK create the greatest Olympics and Paralympics of all time has been a huge inspiration for us and we believe that Britain’s Personal Best will become a fitting and enduring Legacy to the summer of 2012.” Britain’s Personal Best to run in October 2013  94 total views,  2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1center_img  93 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis1 About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Britain’s Personal Best, a new annual mass-participation fundraising event, is to run for the first time in the first weekend of October 2013. The Big Lottery Fund has granted £1 million to the Society Network Foundation, the charitable arm of The Big Society Network, to implement the campaign.Britain’s Personal Best is designed to build on the excitement and energy generated by the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games, and is open to everyone to participate in. People can fundraise, volunteer or aim to achieve personal bests in sport, education, business or artistic achievement. Advertisementlast_img read more

  • Lionel Messi of Barcelona sets new goal-scoring record

    first_imgBarcelona’s Lionel Messi has set the record for most goals in a calendar year by scoring his 86th goal of 2012.The 25-year-old Argentine overhauled Gerd Mueller’s tally of 85 – set in 1972 – to create a new benchmark which includes goals for club and country. Messi broke the record with two goals in a 2-1 win over Real Betis on Sunday.He fired in an angled shot after 16 minutes to equal the record before adding a second with a low drive in the 25th minute to reach the new mark.Three-time World Player of the Year Messi’s attempt to break German Mueller’s record looked set to falter after he was carried off on a stretcher during Barcelona’s Champions League group game draw with Benfica on Wednesday.The forward feared he had seen the “last ball I’d touch for a long time because of the pain” but the injury to his left knee was not as bad as he thought and he started against Betis. Messi’s path to the record has included 74 goals for Barcelona and 12 for Argentina in 66 games.He still has two league matches and one King’s Cup tie to add to his tally before the end of the year.“I always say the same, it’s nice for what it means but the victory is more important as it maintains our lead over the other teams,” the modest Messi told Spanish TV station Canal Plus afterwards.“My goal when the year began was to try to achieve everything again, with the team, in the league, the (King’s) Cup, the Champions League. I always start with that idea in mind.”Mueller scored 72 for Bayern Munich and 13 for West Germany when he set the previous benchmark in 1972 and was 27 at the time. Messi is now favourite to claim a fourth Fifa World Player of the Year award after making the three-man shortlist which also includes Barcelona team-mate Andres Iniesta and Real Madrid’s Cristiano Ronaldo.“Messi will be the player to win the most Ballons d’Or in history,” said former Barcelona player and manager Johan Cruyff.“He will win five, six, seven. He is incomparable. He’s in a different league.”Messi is already Barcelona’s all-time record goalscorer but was equal with Cesar Rodriguez on 192 at the top of the club’s leading league scoring list before his goals against Betis moved him clear at the top of that as well.last_img read more

  • Victory keeps DeGale in line for title shot

    first_imgJames DeGale stayed on course for a world title shot with a wide points victory over Dyah Davis.Making the second defence of his WBC silver title, the Harlesden super-middleweight dominated most of the fight at Glow, Bluewater, with all three judges scoring it 118-110 in his favour.DeGale controlled the first half of the bout, stinging Davis with a crisp left in the second round and reasserting himself with a similar shot in the fourth.Davis, a defensive fighter who was stopped in the 10th round by the WBC’s world champion Sakio Bika last year, managed to frustrate the Olympic gold medallist at times.A week before his arch-rival and fellow West Londoner George Groves challenges world champion Carl Froch, DeGale desperately wanted to win in style and show he is ready to mix it at the top level.He enjoyed a good fifth, hurting Davis with heavy shots, before effectively bringing his right jab into play in the following round.But Davis then had a decent spell, with a straight right leaving DeGale with a bloodied nose and appearing to break up his momentum.He responded by stepping up a gear against a man who had never before been beyond the 10th round. A chopping left to the jaw and a crunching shot to the body stopped Davis in his tracks.Aware he was well ahead going into the final round, DeGale’s showboating saw him land with a number of eye-catching shots in the closing stages.Now, however, begins the serious business of securing a world title challenge, with promoter Mick Hennessy under pressure from the DeGale camp to deliver in the new year.See also:Promoter will not ‘buckle to pressure’ as DeGale eyes title shotDeGale tells promoter to deliver title fightPromoter vows to deliver DeGale title fightDeGale in line for world title eliminator James DeGale v Dyah Davis as it happenedDeGale keen to put on ‘wicked’ display Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more

  • LeBron James Jr. hits ridiculous trick shot, leaves calling card for Stephen Curry

    first_imgOnce upon a time there was a precocious basketball prodigy who went by the name of James. LeBron James.Such was James’ talent that a fool could see it coming from miles and years away. Sure enough, he averaged 20.9 points as a teenage NBA rookie, thumbing his nose at convention and norms.The world was his.Then along came another basketball prodigy, even more precocious than James. He went by the name of Curry. Stephen Curry. NBA aficionados were still marveling at James when …last_img

  • JSE signs up for responsible investment

    first_imgSouth Africa’s JSE is one of the first stock exchanges worldwide to become a signatory to the United Nations Principles of Responsible Investment (UN PRI), which guide investors in taking environmental, social and corporate governance issues into account when investing. Founded in 2005, the UN PRI is a set of principles developed to guide investment professionals to consider environmental, social and corporate governance issues in the selection of investment opportunities and to align investors with broader societal objectives. “We believe that stock exchanges have a role to play in stimulating debate between listed entities and investors about these issues,” Newton-King added. An index whose constituents are companies who attain required levels in an annual review of their policies, practices and reporting, the SRI Index is becoming a widely accepted gauge for good corporate citizenship for listed entities. “Our listing requirements include elements of the King Code of Corporate Governance, for example,” JSE deputy CEO Nicky Newton-King said in a statement this week. “Signing the UN PRI further demonstrates our commitment. It also highlights our role as a pioneer in the sustainability field globally, particularly among stock exchanges. Signatories include large asset owners such as the Government Employees Pension Fund and recent signatory the Eskom Pension & Provident Fund. Guide for investment professionals “In South Africa, no business can operate divorced from our past,” says Newton-King. “In this respect, issues of sustainability and social responsibility are entrenched, and companies have had to address labour, affirmative action and health-related issues with much more urgency and vigour than elsewhere. The JSE has for several years worked on ways to prompt businesses and business analysts to increase their focus on environmental, social and governance factors. “Responsible investing is coming of age in South Africa, as evidenced the burgeoning support and growing numbers of signatories to the UN PRI,” says Newton-King. “In South Africa, there are currently 25 signatories to the principles, a significant number considering the size of our financial sector compared to other developed countries.” The exchange sees the move as a step forward in its already strong support of corporate and investor decision-making, which includes environmental, social and corporate governance factors as well as traditional business issues. 3 November 2009 The JSE has contributed to the cause of responsible investment through developing the Socially Responsible Investment Index (SRI Index), which was launched in 2004 as the first of its kind in an emerging economy. “To add to this, there is no fund manager who can deny the existence of great inequality in South Africa, and we don’t need to educate people about the importance of socially responsible investment as much as may be needed in more developed countries.” SAinfo reporterWould you like to use this article in your publication or on your website? See: Using SAinfo material In South Africa, apart from greater adoption of the UN PRI, there are other factors raising awareness of responsible investing. Socially responsible investment indexlast_img read more

  • OfficeMedium: Intranet for the Small Business User

    first_imgalex williams We write a lot about the battles for the enterprise, the merits of Sharepoint and Google’s pitches into the corporate world.But it’s always good to watch the new players who use existing open-source software to build something pretty quickly that people can use. OfficeMedium is a service that is a fit for the small business user with just enough social features to give it a decent chance of winning over companies looking to establish a community platform for their users.OfficeMedium is a web-based, intranet and collaboration software. It’s developed on the Drupal platform so you know it has every possible module available to it for adding on if needed.Overall, OfficeMedium is a clean, easy to use intranet software. In the new world of the enterprise, every employee will create their own media. OfficeMedium provides an environment to fit with this emerging trend but with enough hooks to satisfy the needs of a business where keeping people in the loop is often mission critical.This front page has a clean UI with clear demarcation for recent content added or updated; comments; a calendar; a “shoutbox,” for quick messages and a basic activity stream. .The profiles we looked at have just a few fields for web sites but included a blog, personal and miscellaneous sites that the user may include. We’d add several more fields to this section to reflect the real media presence of the user. The blog environment has built in notifications that may be sent to users. Comments can be turned on, off or set to read-only.Overall, the social features are pretty decent but could use some improvement. For instance it’s difficult to find tags that are associated with the user or the company. A nice, robust cloud tag would be excellent to have front and center on every page. The navigation down the right column clearly identifies what the system can do but we wonder if this could be consolidated in some manner to provide a richer activity stream.We’d also like to see rich media integration. Services like OfficeMedium can be fertile places for training and sharing marketing materials that may include videos. To have a place for them on the service would be quite handy.But on a basic level – OfficeMedium works. Perhaps what we suggest is beyond what the small business user is looking for in an intranet. But overall, they do a good job of covering the basics. Here’s a summary of what they offer:Task and Event ManagementPersonal and Group CalendarsFile Sharing, Storage, and OrganizationContact ManagementArchivingFurther, the service provides the ability to integrate external parties with controls so the outside user can only see what is intended for them. That’s a big plus as more often than before, users work pretty closely online with outside parties.OfficeMedium is $8 per user per month and $1 more per gigabyte used. The first 512 megabytes are free. Tags:#enterprise#Products Massive Non-Desk Workforce is an Opportunity fo… 3 Areas of Your Business that Need Tech Nowcenter_img Cognitive Automation is the Immediate Future of… Related Posts IT + Project Management: A Love Affairlast_img read more

  • Self-Directed IRAs: Risks and Opportunities

    first_imgSelf-directed IRAs open up investment opportunities, but carry risks.  A wrong move can result in current taxation of IRA income, immediate taxation of all assets in the IRA, and a variety of penalties.Although the stakes are high, a self-directed IRA might be just the thing for the IRA owner with the time, energy and patience to take control.  In assessing the options, the key is to nail down what needs to be done and who will do it.What Custodians DoA custodian holds IRA assets in trust for the IRA owner under a custodial agreement.  Typically, it is the custodian’s job to identify a range of suitable investment options, manage the investments, and perform compliance due diligence.They also make sure IRS rules are followed for contributions, distributions, and reporting. They file Form 5498 IRA Contribution Information for each IRA account under their custody, and report the fair market value of IRA assets. They submit Form 1099-R Distributions From Pensions, Annuities, Retirement or Profit-Sharing Plans, IRAs, Insurance Contracts, etc., each year that an IRA withdrawal occurs and identify the total distributions from the account during the calendar year.Conventional AssetsMany custodians limit investment options to publicly traded funds, stocks or bonds. These are the conventional assets that form the vast bulk of IRA investments.These kinds of assets are fairly easy to administer.  Income consists of yearly dividends and interest, the fair market value is the market price, and reporting is straightforward.In general, the division of authority and obligations are clear.  The IRA owner chooses from among a range of investment options, and the custodian does the rest.Unconventional AssetsSome custodians allow their customers to invest in “unconventional” assets.  Popular unconventional assets include real estate, private equity and hedge funds. The list also includes promissory notes, equipment leases, energy investments, precious metals, agriculture-based assets, foreign-based assets, virtual currency, and tax liens. Some allow holding closely held businesses.Caution: IRAs are prohibited from owning life insurance contracts and collectibles. Collectibles for this purpose would include art, rugs, antiques, metal, gems, stamps, coins or alcoholic beverages.  Note that the IRS does not keep a list of permissible investments.IRA owners seeking unconventional assets are typically motivated to:avoid the stock market;diversify their retirement portfolio;invest in a kind of asset they know and understand; orinvest in a company that is not publicly traded.Self-Directed IRAsCustodians that allow unconventional assets do so by offering self-directed IRAs. These types of IRAs shift more of the day to day investment burden to the IRA owner.  Typically, it may be the owner’s responsibility to:identify and locate potential assets;assess investment suitability and risks;assess prohibited transaction risks;collect, review, and prepare all purchase documents for the custodian to execute;direct, manage and monitor the investments;hire necessary professional advisors such as attorneys, accountants, tax advisors or planners;decide whether to retain assets;direct custodian to make required minimum distributions; andassume the risk of noncompliance and the loss of their investment’s tax favored status.Self-directed IRAs still require the owner to act through the custodian.  Although many of the investment and compliance burdens are shifted to the owner, custodians may have to be more involved in managing the assets.  For example, a custodian that allows the IRA to own rental real estate has to pay all expenses from IRA funds, and add income to the IRA.  Of course, this extra work generates extra fees.Checkbook IRA LLCsCheckbook IRA LLCs allow the IRA owner to make investments directly without going through the custodian. The IRA owner sets up an LLC, and directs the IRA custodian to invest in it. The owner is named a nonsalaried manager of the LLC.  The owner opens a business checking account linked to IRA funds.  The owner can then act quickly to buy assets without having to wait for a custodian.Typically, checkbook control IRAs are marketed for investors who already have personal knowledge or expertise in a narrow investment area.  For example, real estate professionals might have a deep understanding of the opportunities and risks of investing in their local property markets.  They do not need a custodian to second guess them.Saving Custodial FeesCheckbook control also allows IRA owners to save some custodial fees by doing some of the investment management themselves. For example, an owner whose IRA LLC holds rental property can as manager of the LLC issue checks to pay bills. These might include bills for property taxes, insurance premiums, utilities, repairs and maintenance.For the owner to be so involved in managing the asset, it is crucial that the owner understand the effect of the rules regarding:prohibited transactions,unrelated business income, andthe tax rules on IRA contributions and distributions.Prohibited TransactionsThe prohibited transaction rules limit what an owner can do with IRA assets without risking penalties and current taxation of the entire IRA. The purpose of these rules is to prevent the retirement account own from benefiting from the IRA other than as a retirement asset.Prohibited transactions between a plan and a disqualified person include:sale, exchange or lease of property;lending money or extending credit;furnishing goods, services or facilities;transfer or use of plan income or assets;act by a disqualified person who is a fiduciary with respect to plan income or assets; andreceipt of consideration by disqualified person who is a fiduciary.A “disqualified person” can include the IRA owner, certain family members, and persons providing services to the plan.  Examples of a prohibited transaction include:buying property for the owner’s personal use;selling the owner’s property to the IRA;taking a salary; andborrowing money or using the IRA as security for a loan.Consequences of a Prohibited Transaction:If the IRA owner engages in a prohibited transaction, the IRA is treated as distributing all of its assets to the owner at the FMV on the first day of the year in which the transaction occurred.  The owner may also be subject to a 10 percent additional tax on early distributions unless an exception applies.  Separate prohibited transaction penalties may apply to disqualified persons.Prohibited transactions are more likely to arise with investments in promissory notes, private equity, and real estate because these investments can involve disqualified family members or other disqualified persons.  Disqualified family members include parents, children, and spouses.IRA investments in rental real estate, with its many transactions, can leave owners susceptible to a number of prohibited transactions, any one of which would result in the loss of the IRA’s tax-favored status. For example, an IRA owner cannot:live in any property owned by the IRA;rent to certain relatives;pay bills or deposit checks with their own account rather than through the IRA LLC account; or personally repair a rental home.Unrelated Business Income TaxesIRA earnings are typically reinvested with taxes deferred until distribution. However, two taxes may apply currently:Unrelated Business Taxable Income (UBTI); andUnrelated Debt-Financed Income (UDFI).UBTIUnrelated business taxable income is gross income generated from an ongoing trade or business (less allowable deductions) that is not related to the tax-deferred purposes of the IRA. An IRA that earns $1,000 or more of gross income from an unrelated business must file Form 990-T with IRS and pay related taxes.Caution: UBTI for a self-directed IRA is taxed at trust rates.  In 2019, the maximum rate is 37 percent that fully kicks in at just $12,501.Comment: Typically, IRA custodians require IRA owners to monitor their unconventional assets for taxable business income and Form 990-T filing requirements (including making quarterly estimated payments).  Note that the custodian must make the filings and pay the tax from the IRA.UDFIUnrelated debt-financed income is a form of UBTI. If an asset purchased by an IRA is debt-financed (e.g., a mortgage on a rental property), income produced by that asset could be subject to taxes.Comment: Rental income is generally excluded from UBIT as are property sale proceeds (as long as the property is not held in the normal course of business). However, the portion of gross income attributable to a mortgage loan would generate taxable UDFI.  Other income excluded from UBIT includes C corporation dividends, interest, and royalties.Investing in Someone Else’s BusinessAn IRA can buy equity in a non-publicly traded business.  The transaction should be an arm’s length purchase in a business operated by someone unrelated to the IRA owner.Caution: A risk is that the IRA owner will be deemed to own the assets of the business. The Department of Labor has lengthy “look through” regulations regarding under what circumstances an equity investment by IRA in corporation or partnership will be treated as direct ownership of the business’s assets.  Professional guidance is essential for this type of transaction.Comment: Custodians that only provide for publicly traded assets nevertheless sometimes allow the IRA owner to buy non-publicly traded stock for the IRA. In that case, the custodian would issue a check to the corporation on behalf of the IRA and the owner would deliver the check. Because this is not considered a distribution, the rollover rules do not apply. Accordingly, it does not matter if the stock is delivered more than 60 days after the check is delivered.Investing in the IRA Owner’s BusinessOperating one’s own business through an IRA is fraught with potential prohibited transactions.  It is hard to find anyone who recommends this course of action.As for using the IRA for financing, the rule is that an IRA cannot extend credit or be used as collateral for any loan.The safest way to use an IRA to support the owner’s business is to take taxable distributions on an as-needed basis.  A good time to take fully taxable distributions is during a business’s start-up years. Businesses typically generate losses in their early years, or at least minimal income.  This option is better for individuals who do not need to worry about early withdrawal 10 percent additional tax because they are at least age 59 ½, or come under some other exception.ConclusionThere are plenty of custodians eager to sell self-directed IRAs. The best advice is to investigate thoroughly.  A good custodian will make the risks and obligations clear up front.  Independent advice from a CPA, investment advisor, or attorney steeped in these matters is essential.In the end, however, it is up to the IRA owner to make it work. By James Solheim, J.D.Login to read more on CCHAnswerConnect.Not a subscriber? Sign up for a free trial or contact us for a representative.last_img read more

  • Ravenas, Baser Amer dish holiday assist to the poor on Christmas Eve

    first_imgNets bounce back, beat weary Suns What Christmas is all about. Ravenas, @baser09official with the holiday assist to the poor. Video from @ThirdyRavenaaa’s IG Stories. pic.twitter.com/gALytgmjn2— MG (@MarkGiongcoINQ) December 24, 2018 PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games PLAY LIST 02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games02:11Trump awards medals to Jon Voight, Alison Krauss Private companies step in to help SEA Games hosting Is Luis Manzano planning to propose to Jessy Mendiola? TS Kammuri to enter PAR possibly a day after SEA Games opening LATEST STORIES Photo screengrabbed from Thirdy Ravena’s Instagram storyThe holidays are the season of giving and the Ravena family along with PBA star Baser Amer showed the true meaning of Christmas.The Ravenas and Amer shared their blessings to the less fortunate on the streets by giving them food on Christmas eve.ADVERTISEMENT MOST READ SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completioncenter_img SEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completion Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Hotel management clarifies SEAG footballers’ kikiam breakfast issue Thirdy, who was the Finals MVP after leading the Ateneo Blue Eagles to back-to-back UAAP titles earlier this month, took videos of the heartwarming moments of giving and shared them on Instagram stories.Thirdy rode shotgun while his dad Bong was on the wheel. His mother Mozzy, older brother Kiefer and Amer sat on the back while his younger sister Dani distributed the packed foods from the third row of the SUV.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSUrgent reply from Philippine ‍football chief LOOK: Joyce Pring goes public with engagement to Juancho Triviño Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. BREAKING: Corrections officer shot dead in front of Bilibid View commentslast_img read more

  • Angioplasty and stent- heart- discharge

    first_imgAlternate NamesDrug-eluting stents – discharge; PCI – discharge; Percutaneous coronary intervention – discharge; Balloon angioplasty – discharge; Coronary angioplasty – discharge; Coronary artery angioplasty – discharge; Cardiac angioplasty – discharge; PTCA – discharge; Percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty – discharge; Heart artery dilatation – dischargeWhen You Were in the HospitalYou had angioplasty when you were in the hospital. You may have also had a stent placed. Both of these were done to open narrowed or blocked coronary arteries, the blood vessels that supply blood to your heart. You may have had a heart attack or angina (chest pain) before the procedure.What to Expect at HomeYou may have pain in your groin area, arm, or wrist. This is from the catheter (flexible tube) that was inserted to do the procedure. You may also have some bruising around and below the incision.The chest pain and shortness of breath you had before the procedure should be much better now.Self-care In general, people who have angioplasty can walk around within 6 hours after the procedure. Complete recovery takes a week or less. Keep the area where the catheter was inserted dry for 24- 48 hours.If the doctor put the catheter in through your groin:Walking short distances on a flat surface is okay. Limit going up and down stairs to around 2 times a day for the first 2 to 3 days.Do NOT do yard work, drive, squat, carry heavy objects, or play sports for at least 2 days, or for the number of days your doctor tells you to wait.If the doctor put the catheter in your arm or wrist:advertisementDo NOT lift anything heavier than 10 pounds (a little more than a gallon of milk) with the arm the catheter was in.Do NOT do any heavy pushing or pulling with that arm.For a catheter in your groin, arm, or wrist:Avoid sexual activity for 2- 5 days. Ask your doctor when it will be okay to start again.Do NOT take a bath or swim for the first week. You may take showers, but make sure the area where the catheter was inserted does not get wet for the first 24- 48 hours.You should be able to return to work in 2- 3 days if strenuous activity is not part of your job.You will need care for your incision.Your doctor or nurse will tell you how often to change your dressing.If your incision bleeds or swells up, lie down and put pressure on it for 30 minutes.Angioplasty does not cure the cause of the blockage in your arteries. Your arteries may become narrow again. Eat a heart-healthy diet, exercise, stop smoking (if you smoke), and reduce stress to help lower your chances of having a blocked artery again. Your health care provider may give you medicine to help lower your cholesterol.Most people take aspirin or another medicine called clopidogrel (Plavix), prasugrel (Efient), or ticagrelor (Brilinta)after this procedure. These medicines are blood thinners. They keep your blood from forming clots in your arteries and stent. A blood clot can lead to a heart attack. Take the medicines exactly as your doctor tells you. Do not stop taking them without talking with your doctor first.You should know how to take care of your angina if it returns.Make sure you have a follow-up appointment scheduled with your heart doctor (cardiologist).Your doctor may refer you to a cardiac rehabilitation program. This will help you learn how to slowly increase your exercise. You will also learn how to take care of your heart disease, such asTaking care of your anginaCare after a heart attackWhen to Call the DoctorCall your doctor if:There is bleeding at the catheter insertion site that does not stop when you apply pressure.There is swelling at the catheter site.Your leg or arm below where the catheter was inserted changes color, becomes cool to touch, or is numb.The small incision for your catheter becomes red or painful, or yellow or green discharge is draining from it.You have chest pain or shortness of breath that does not go away with rest.Your pulse feels irregular — very slow (fewer than 60 beats), or very fast (over 100- 120 beats) a minute.You have dizziness, fainting, or you are very tired.You are coughing up blood or yellow or green mucus.You have problems taking any of your heart medicines.You have chills or a fever over 101 F.References Kushner FG, Hand M, Smith SC Jr., King SB 3rd, Anderson JL, Antman EM, et al. 2009 Focused Updates: ACC/AHA Guidelines for the Management of Patients With ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (updating the 2004 Guideline and 2007 Focused Update) and ACC/AHA/SCAI Guidelines on Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (updating the 2005 Guideline and 2007 Focused Update): a report of the American College of Cardiology Foundation/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines. Circulation. 2009;120:2271-2306.advertisementWright RS, Anderson JL, Adams CD, Bridges CR, Casey DE Jr, Ettinger SM, et al. 2011 ACCF/AHA focused update incorporated into the ACC/AHA 2007 Guidelines for the Management of Patients with Unstable Angina/Non-ST-ElevationMyocardial Infarction: a report of the American College of Cardiology Foundation/American Heart Association Task Force on Practice Guidelines developed in collaboration with the American Academy of Family Physicians, Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions, and the Society of Thoracic Surgeons. J Am CollCardiol. 2011 May 10;57(19):e215-367.Vandvik PO, Lincoff AM, Gore JM, Gutterman DD, Sonnenberg FA, Alonso-Coello P, et al. Primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease: Antithrombotic Therapy and Prevention of Thrombosis, 9th ed: AmericanCollege of Chest Physicians Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guidelines. Chest. 2012 Feb;141(2 Suppl):e637S-68S.Pfisterer ME, Zellweger MJ, Gersh BJ. Management of stable coronary artery disease. Lancet. 2010 Feb 27;375(9716):763-72.Review Date:8/28/2012Reviewed By:Michael A. Chen, MD, PhD, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington Medical School, Seattle, Washington. Also reviewed by David Zieve, MD, MHA, Medical Director, A.D.A.M. Health Solutions, Ebix, Inc.last_img read more

  • Beware England, Mohali is India’s fortress

    first_imgPreview Stats, India vs England, 3rd TestIndia, currently leading the series by 1-0, will play England in the third Test of the five-match series in Mohali, starting on 26th November. Summary of results Tests India England Drawn Overall   114 22 43 49 in India 57 16 13 28 in England 57 6 30 21Summary of results  Tests  Won LostDrawn  Tied Win% India 504 133 157 213 1 26.39England 980 351 286 343 0 35.82Summary of results  Tests Won Lost Drawn Tied  Win% India in India 253 91 51 110 1 35.97 England in Asia 106 24 31  51 0 22.64Form guide – Last 5 Tests (most recent listed first)India: Won, Drawn, Won, Won, Won (4 Wins, 1 Draw)England: Lost, Drawn, Lost, Won, Lost (1 Win, 3 Losses, 1 Draw) Test cricket at MohaliFirst Test: India vs West Indies, 1994 (West Indies won by 243 runs)Last Test: India vs South Africa, 2015 (India won by 108 runs)Total Tests: 12 Summary of results at Mohali  Mts Won Lost DrawnWin%  India 12 6 1 5 50.00 England 3 0 2 1 0.00Synopsis of England’s matches at Mohali Year Batted 1st Totals1 Batted 2nd  Totals2Result  Dec 2001 England 238 & 235 India 469 & 5-0 India won by 10 wickets Mar 2006 England 300 & 181 India 338 & 144-1 India won by 9 wickets Dec 2008 India 453 & 251-7d England 302 & 64-1 DrawnLast 5 Tests at Mohali Year Batted 1st Totals1 Batted 2nd  Totals2Result Nov 2015 India201 & 200 South Africa184 & 109India won by 108 runsMar 2013 Australia408 & 223 India499 & 136-4 India won by 6 wicketsOct 2010 Australia428 & 192 India405 & 216-9 India won by 1 wicketDec 2008 India 453 & 251-7d England302 & 64-1  DrawnOct 2008 India 469 & 314-3d Australia268 & 195 India won by 320 runsAverage runs scored per wicket at Mohali (last 5 Tests)in first innings: 392in second innings: 332in third innings: 236in fourth innings: 144Overall: 276 Pace v Spin at Mohali (last 5 Tests)advertisement  Wkts Avg SR 5W/10W Best Pace 75 35.26 65.37 3 / 0 5-64 Spin 92 28.75 59.59 3 / 0 5-21Indian batsmen at Mohali  Mts Runs Hs Avg 100s 50s M Vijay 2 301 153 75.25 1 1 V Kohli 2 131  67* 43.67 0 1 CA Pujara 2 137 77 34.25 0 1 RA Jadeja 2 62 38 20.67 0 0 PA Patel 1 18 18 18.00 0 0 Bhuvneshwar 1 18 18 18.00 0 0 Ishant 4 59 31 14.75 0 0 R Ashwin 2 27 20* 13.50 0 0 AM Rahane 1 17 15  8.50 0 0Indian bowlers at Mohali  Mts Wkts Best Avg SR 5WI RA Jadeja 2 14 5-21 13.43 33.07 1 R Ashwin 2 12 5-51 21.58  56.42  1 Ishant 4 12 3-34  31.92 55.33 0 Bhuvneshwar 1 3 3-31 25.00 38.00 0 UT Yadav 1 0 0-7 – – 0Only three players from this England squad have played before at Mohali. Their performance: England batsman at Mohali  Mts Runs Hs Avg 100s 50s AN Cook 2 79 50 19.75 0 1 SCJ Broad 1 1  1 1.00 0 0England bowlers at Mohali  Mts Wkts Best Avg SR 5WI SCJ Broad 1 2 1-50 67.00 120.00 0 JM Anderson 1 2 1-51 67.50 153.00 0Stats by Rajneesh Guptalast_img read more