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                    [description] => 1984. A dark year for Jean-Luc Reichmann. Indeed, that year, the flagship presenter of TF1 lunchtimes was therefore the victim of a terrible motorcycle accident which forced him to remain hospitalized for more than a year and to undergo numerous surgical operations. Thus, one afternoon, the biker had gone to meet friends in the city ... Read more
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1984. A dark year for Jean-Luc Reichmann. Indeed, that year, the flagship presenter of TF1 lunchtimes was therefore the victim of a terrible motorcycle accident which forced him to remain hospitalized for more than a year and to undergo numerous surgical operations. Thus, one afternoon, the biker had gone to meet friends in the city of Toulouse. On his way, ?a person of a certain age suffered from a heart attack? says the host in the documentary Jean-Luc Reichmann: an extraordinary destiny, broadcast this Saturday July 2 around 11:15 p.m. on TF1.

And so, before explaining the drama: I drive at 90 km/h. This person is mowing me in my queue. Frontal impact of 200 km/h. The tank of the bike goes into my stomach, the spleen explodes, the front cover rises, completely severs my arm. I no longer have a left arm. I pass over the car and I hear only one thing, a guy who says ‘he’s dead’?.

Jean-Luc Reichmann experienced a very serious accident, close to taking his life. Nevertheless, he got away with it, and in this documentary, together with his relatives, they describe the horror.

Jean-Luc Reichmann ejected on 40 meters

In this shocking sequence of the documentary, numerous testimonies from those close to Jean-Luc Reichmann therefore evoke the seriousness of this accident. ” I remember being at the scene of the accident soon after. Jean-Luc was no longer there, he had already been taken to the hospital. The shock caused Jean-Luc to be ejected 40 meters further. I keep in mind this image where I looked at Jean-Luc’s shoes which remained at the foot of this motorcycle which was completely destroyed. Only the rear wheel remained. The fact that I was told that Jean-Luc was still alive was a miracle remembered Marc, a childhood friend of Jean-Luc Reichmann. He therefore explains that the accident cut the car in two.

Hospitalization of Jean-Luc Reichmann for a long period was necessary. ?When I arrived at the hospital. He was in his bed, he didn’t move. his face was unrecognizable. I looked away. I couldn’t watch it” Mark continued. ?I showed up at the hospital. [ Il s?est ] fainted. I fell in the apples. It was monstrous. He was all black. It was a hematoma. When I saw him, I thought he was dead.” explained Bruno, his big brother.

Months in the hospital, in a coma

He remained in a coma and in the hospital for months. I left in the morning, arrived at 7:30-8:00 a.m. and stayed with him all day. [Elle] won’t come home[t] only in the evening at home. I said to myself ?he has to get out of this. But it was very very hardconfided Josette, his mother. When he was in his wheelchair, that’s the image I always have. It looked like a skeleton with all the bandages possible. He had legs that looked like rockets. It was not possible. I thought he wouldn’t walk again. But he never really complained. He endured everything. An iron will. » His mother, obviously worried about her son, Jean-Luc Reichmann, remembers the atrocity.

Jean-Luc Reichmann had lost so much weight that he no longer even looked alike. Fortunately, after months of rehabilitation, Jean-Luc Reichmann was therefore able to walk again, regain an almost normal life and taste the success that we all know today.



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) [summary] => 1984. A dark year for Jean-Luc Reichmann. Indeed, that year, the flagship presenter of TF1 lunchtimes was therefore the victim of a terrible motorcycle accident which forced him to remain hospitalized for more than a year and to undergo numerous surgical operations. Thus, one afternoon, the biker had gone to meet friends in the city ... Read more [atom_content] =>

1984. A dark year for Jean-Luc Reichmann. Indeed, that year, the flagship presenter of TF1 lunchtimes was therefore the victim of a terrible motorcycle accident which forced him to remain hospitalized for more than a year and to undergo numerous surgical operations. Thus, one afternoon, the biker had gone to meet friends in the city of Toulouse. On his way, ?a person of a certain age suffered from a heart attack? says the host in the documentary Jean-Luc Reichmann: an extraordinary destiny, broadcast this Saturday July 2 around 11:15 p.m. on TF1.

And so, before explaining the drama: I drive at 90 km/h. This person is mowing me in my queue. Frontal impact of 200 km/h. The tank of the bike goes into my stomach, the spleen explodes, the front cover rises, completely severs my arm. I no longer have a left arm. I pass over the car and I hear only one thing, a guy who says ‘he’s dead’?.

Jean-Luc Reichmann experienced a very serious accident, close to taking his life. Nevertheless, he got away with it, and in this documentary, together with his relatives, they describe the horror.

Jean-Luc Reichmann ejected on 40 meters

In this shocking sequence of the documentary, numerous testimonies from those close to Jean-Luc Reichmann therefore evoke the seriousness of this accident. ” I remember being at the scene of the accident soon after. Jean-Luc was no longer there, he had already been taken to the hospital. The shock caused Jean-Luc to be ejected 40 meters further. I keep in mind this image where I looked at Jean-Luc’s shoes which remained at the foot of this motorcycle which was completely destroyed. Only the rear wheel remained. The fact that I was told that Jean-Luc was still alive was a miracle remembered Marc, a childhood friend of Jean-Luc Reichmann. He therefore explains that the accident cut the car in two.

Hospitalization of Jean-Luc Reichmann for a long period was necessary. ?When I arrived at the hospital. He was in his bed, he didn’t move. his face was unrecognizable. I looked away. I couldn’t watch it” Mark continued. ?I showed up at the hospital. [ Il s?est ] fainted. I fell in the apples. It was monstrous. He was all black. It was a hematoma. When I saw him, I thought he was dead.” explained Bruno, his big brother.

Months in the hospital, in a coma

He remained in a coma and in the hospital for months. I left in the morning, arrived at 7:30-8:00 a.m. and stayed with him all day. [Elle] won’t come home[t] only in the evening at home. I said to myself ?he has to get out of this. But it was very very hardconfided Josette, his mother. When he was in his wheelchair, that’s the image I always have. It looked like a skeleton with all the bandages possible. He had legs that looked like rockets. It was not possible. I thought he wouldn’t walk again. But he never really complained. He endured everything. An iron will. » His mother, obviously worried about her son, Jean-Luc Reichmann, remembers the atrocity.

Jean-Luc Reichmann had lost so much weight that he no longer even looked alike. Fortunately, after months of rehabilitation, Jean-Luc Reichmann was therefore able to walk again, regain an almost normal life and taste the success that we all know today.



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[date_timestamp] => 1656980015 ) [1] => Array ( [title] => Mining?s effect on fish warrants better science-based policies [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/minings-effect-on-fish-warrants-better-science-based-policies/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Tue, 05 Jul 2022 00:11:13 +0000 [category] => scienceeffectfishMiningspoliciessciencebasedwarrants [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5673 [description] => Journal Reference: Christopher J. Sergeant, Erin K. Sexton, Jonathan W. Moore, Alana R. Westwood, Sonia A. Nagorski, Joseph L. Ebersole, David M. Chambers, Sarah L. O?Neal, Rachel L. Malison, F. Richard Hauer, Diane C. Whited, Jill Weitz, Jackie Caldwell, Marissa Capito, Mark Connor, Christopher A. Frissell, Greg Knox, Erin D. Lowery, Randal Macnair, Vicki Marlatt, ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Christopher J. Sergeant, Erin K. Sexton, Jonathan W. Moore, Alana R. Westwood, Sonia A. Nagorski, Joseph L. Ebersole, David M. Chambers, Sarah L. O?Neal, Rachel L. Malison, F. Richard Hauer, Diane C. Whited, Jill Weitz, Jackie Caldwell, Marissa Capito, Mark Connor, Christopher A. Frissell, Greg Knox, Erin D. Lowery, Randal Macnair, Vicki Marlatt, Jenifer K. McIntyre, Megan V. McPhee, Nikki Skuce. Risks of mining to salmonid-bearing watersheds. Science Advances, 2022; 8 (26) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abn0929

It is the first comprehensive effort by an interdisciplinary group of experts that explicitly links mining policy to our current understanding of watershed ecology and salmonid biology.

?Our paper is not for or against mining, but it does describe current environmental challenges and gaps in the application of science to mining governance. We believe it will provide critically needed scientific clarity for this controversial topic,? said lead author Chris Sergeant, a graduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences and a research scientist at the University of Montana.

For the study, experts integrated and reviewed information on hydrology, river ecology, aquatic toxicology, biology and mining policy. Their robust assessment maps more than 3,600 mines throughout Montana, Washington, British Columbia, the Yukon and Alaska. The size of the mines ranges from family-run placer sites to massive open-pit projects.

The study shows that, despite impact assessments intended to evaluate risk and inform mitigation, mines continue to harm salmonid-bearing watersheds through contaminants, stream channel burial and streamflow alteration. Silt suffocates eggs, and embryos may not survive contaminated groundwater. Heavy metals compromise a salmon?s sense of smell, which affects their ability to react to predators and find their way back from the ocean to spawn.

?Not all mines pose the same level of risk, but our review revealed that harm from mining can be severe and long-lasting. The extent of mining pressures on these watersheds underscores the importance of accurately assessing risk to water, fish and communities,? said Sergeant.

The paper also describes how some mining policies do not account for the breadth and length of mining impacts on the environment, or the increasing effects of climate change.

?The crux of the issue is that salmon use so much of the watershed during their life cycle. They move throughout watersheds, whereas the impact assessments of mining projects tend to be very locally focused, and they don?t sufficiently consider all of the compounding and downstream effects of mining,? said salmon biologist and CFOS faculty member Megan McPhee.

She explained that some impact assessments don?t fully assess the infrastructure required to operate a mine, such as roads, electricity generation and water removal.

?Another thing is that most mines, after closure, have to be mitigated in perpetuity. That?s a problem because most corporations aren?t structured that way. Also, most mitigation strategies don?t take into account environmental change, including permafrost melting, and climate change-induced flooding,? said McPhee.

Moving forward, the authors highlighted four key issues that will be foundational to modern, science-based risk assessment and mitigation, beginning with understanding stressor complexity and uncertainty. Stressors include impacts such as altered hydrology and temperature, habitat modification and loss, and pollutants.

Other key issues are accounting for cumulative effects of mining activities across a mine?s life cycle, developing realistic mitigation strategies and recognizing the potential for climate change to magnify risk.

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) [summary] => Journal Reference: Christopher J. Sergeant, Erin K. Sexton, Jonathan W. Moore, Alana R. Westwood, Sonia A. Nagorski, Joseph L. Ebersole, David M. Chambers, Sarah L. O?Neal, Rachel L. Malison, F. Richard Hauer, Diane C. Whited, Jill Weitz, Jackie Caldwell, Marissa Capito, Mark Connor, Christopher A. Frissell, Greg Knox, Erin D. Lowery, Randal Macnair, Vicki Marlatt, ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Journal Reference:

  1. Christopher J. Sergeant, Erin K. Sexton, Jonathan W. Moore, Alana R. Westwood, Sonia A. Nagorski, Joseph L. Ebersole, David M. Chambers, Sarah L. O?Neal, Rachel L. Malison, F. Richard Hauer, Diane C. Whited, Jill Weitz, Jackie Caldwell, Marissa Capito, Mark Connor, Christopher A. Frissell, Greg Knox, Erin D. Lowery, Randal Macnair, Vicki Marlatt, Jenifer K. McIntyre, Megan V. McPhee, Nikki Skuce. Risks of mining to salmonid-bearing watersheds. Science Advances, 2022; 8 (26) DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abn0929

It is the first comprehensive effort by an interdisciplinary group of experts that explicitly links mining policy to our current understanding of watershed ecology and salmonid biology.

?Our paper is not for or against mining, but it does describe current environmental challenges and gaps in the application of science to mining governance. We believe it will provide critically needed scientific clarity for this controversial topic,? said lead author Chris Sergeant, a graduate student at the University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences and a research scientist at the University of Montana.

For the study, experts integrated and reviewed information on hydrology, river ecology, aquatic toxicology, biology and mining policy. Their robust assessment maps more than 3,600 mines throughout Montana, Washington, British Columbia, the Yukon and Alaska. The size of the mines ranges from family-run placer sites to massive open-pit projects.

The study shows that, despite impact assessments intended to evaluate risk and inform mitigation, mines continue to harm salmonid-bearing watersheds through contaminants, stream channel burial and streamflow alteration. Silt suffocates eggs, and embryos may not survive contaminated groundwater. Heavy metals compromise a salmon?s sense of smell, which affects their ability to react to predators and find their way back from the ocean to spawn.

?Not all mines pose the same level of risk, but our review revealed that harm from mining can be severe and long-lasting. The extent of mining pressures on these watersheds underscores the importance of accurately assessing risk to water, fish and communities,? said Sergeant.

The paper also describes how some mining policies do not account for the breadth and length of mining impacts on the environment, or the increasing effects of climate change.

?The crux of the issue is that salmon use so much of the watershed during their life cycle. They move throughout watersheds, whereas the impact assessments of mining projects tend to be very locally focused, and they don?t sufficiently consider all of the compounding and downstream effects of mining,? said salmon biologist and CFOS faculty member Megan McPhee.

She explained that some impact assessments don?t fully assess the infrastructure required to operate a mine, such as roads, electricity generation and water removal.

?Another thing is that most mines, after closure, have to be mitigated in perpetuity. That?s a problem because most corporations aren?t structured that way. Also, most mitigation strategies don?t take into account environmental change, including permafrost melting, and climate change-induced flooding,? said McPhee.

Moving forward, the authors highlighted four key issues that will be foundational to modern, science-based risk assessment and mitigation, beginning with understanding stressor complexity and uncertainty. Stressors include impacts such as altered hydrology and temperature, habitat modification and loss, and pollutants.

Other key issues are accounting for cumulative effects of mining activities across a mine?s life cycle, developing realistic mitigation strategies and recognizing the potential for climate change to magnify risk.

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Mining?s effect on fish warrants better science-based policies

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[date_timestamp] => 1656979873 ) [2] => Array ( [title] => The history of the peoples, that incandescent magma ? Últimas Noticias [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/the-history-of-the-peoples-that-incandescent-magma-ultimas-noticias/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Mon, 04 Jul 2022 23:48:51 +0000 [category] => NewsHistoryincandescentmagmaNoticiaspeoplesÚltimas [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5670 [description] => Human understanding is sometimes forced to summarize those ideas that are too complex, to reduce the vastness of a concept to make it pass through the sieve of understanding. The history of peoples, for example, would have to be the title of an infinite book ?with infinitely thin sheets? like the one that Jorge Luis ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Human understanding is sometimes forced to summarize those ideas that are too complex, to reduce the vastness of a concept to make it pass through the sieve of understanding. The history of peoples, for example, would have to be the title of an infinite book ?with infinitely thin sheets? like the one that Jorge Luis Borges conceived, whose pages contain all the books written and to be written. Because the history of the towns is the history of each town, the history of each family of that town and the history of each member of that family.

In ‘Puerto Nuevo’, Ernesto Navarro has come to rescue a story that no one had written but that many of us will find familiar. The author’s chronicle is that of a saga, that of the Navarros, which, like so many others ? that of the Buendías, to mention the most obvious ? runs through cycles, and centuries, of solitude.

This family, native to the Falcón mountains, concentrates in the attitude of its patriarch, Lionzo, the ways of an open cult to nature, which comes to terms with adversity but feels badly about defeats, the logic of primitive peoples from America. Throughout three generations we attend to the keys of a subtle transformation: between Lionzo and Germán, his grandson, the great allegory of our 20th century is tightened.

Evoking ‘Dead Houses’ in the Venezuelan reader, ‘Puerto Nuevo’ extracts from memory the events that lead family members to abandon their land after the promises of the oil boom, a chain of disparate events like destiny itself.

It is not, however, an adventure filled with melancholy, like Otero Silva’s novel. Although this one by Navarro includes even more painful anecdotes, such as the death of Isaura’s children, or more unfortunate ones, such as the loss of the “Big House” in a game of dice, it is a story that claims above all the integrity of the human being, his ability to make the connection with the earth his particular creed.

As for its narrative virtues, the most remarkable thing about ‘Puerto Nuevo’ is manifested in the condescension that the author shows not with the morality that governs the characters but with the principle that drives them. Their lives are the essence of an ancestral tendency, thick as the sap of a cují, dense as the blood of a recently slaughtered goat. Thus, Navarro manages to convey to the reader the profound meaning of the rite, its specific weight in the life of each character:

?Then he emerged from the abyss and looked at his hands; They were the same ones that first fed the animal and then used it to stick the dagger in its neck.?

The history of the towns arises, of course, from ancestral testimony, groomed for the occasion. The progeny gathers to listen to the voice of the grandfather, the grandmother, the memorable uncle, converted into minstrels, a limpid deed of procedures, adjective and hyperbolic. Settle that composition requires the narrator the work of returning his quixotes to earth, so to speak. In ‘Puerto Nuevo’, except for Isaura, who is more like a virgin who suffers, the characters combine defects and virtues, they are proud but noble, apprehensive but respectful, they judge at odd hours but remain silent in time. They are, fortunately, bone and meat.

In addition to the value of the facts, a forced need for those who seek to find themselves in the past of their ancestors, there is another story here, told in passing. That of that two-dimensional cosmos nestled in the confines of the country that does not, despite everything, succumb completely. Because the history of the towns is also that of their perimeters of life, hardly claimed by others who have not inhabited them.

‘Puerto Nuevo’ is a demonstration that oblivion cannot defeat the Venezuelan land. That there will always be someone who, because of her memory, makes her live in the reverie of a third party, which is one of the best-known ways of being reborn:

“Because of that gigantic fire (or because of it), which wiped the stilt town off the face of the earth, the flag and coat of arms of today’s Lagunillas municipality have the Phoenix as their emblem.”

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The history of the peoples, that incandescent magma – Últimas Noticias


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) [summary] => Human understanding is sometimes forced to summarize those ideas that are too complex, to reduce the vastness of a concept to make it pass through the sieve of understanding. The history of peoples, for example, would have to be the title of an infinite book ?with infinitely thin sheets? like the one that Jorge Luis ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Human understanding is sometimes forced to summarize those ideas that are too complex, to reduce the vastness of a concept to make it pass through the sieve of understanding. The history of peoples, for example, would have to be the title of an infinite book ?with infinitely thin sheets? like the one that Jorge Luis Borges conceived, whose pages contain all the books written and to be written. Because the history of the towns is the history of each town, the history of each family of that town and the history of each member of that family.

In ‘Puerto Nuevo’, Ernesto Navarro has come to rescue a story that no one had written but that many of us will find familiar. The author’s chronicle is that of a saga, that of the Navarros, which, like so many others ? that of the Buendías, to mention the most obvious ? runs through cycles, and centuries, of solitude.

This family, native to the Falcón mountains, concentrates in the attitude of its patriarch, Lionzo, the ways of an open cult to nature, which comes to terms with adversity but feels badly about defeats, the logic of primitive peoples from America. Throughout three generations we attend to the keys of a subtle transformation: between Lionzo and Germán, his grandson, the great allegory of our 20th century is tightened.

Evoking ‘Dead Houses’ in the Venezuelan reader, ‘Puerto Nuevo’ extracts from memory the events that lead family members to abandon their land after the promises of the oil boom, a chain of disparate events like destiny itself.

It is not, however, an adventure filled with melancholy, like Otero Silva’s novel. Although this one by Navarro includes even more painful anecdotes, such as the death of Isaura’s children, or more unfortunate ones, such as the loss of the “Big House” in a game of dice, it is a story that claims above all the integrity of the human being, his ability to make the connection with the earth his particular creed.

As for its narrative virtues, the most remarkable thing about ‘Puerto Nuevo’ is manifested in the condescension that the author shows not with the morality that governs the characters but with the principle that drives them. Their lives are the essence of an ancestral tendency, thick as the sap of a cují, dense as the blood of a recently slaughtered goat. Thus, Navarro manages to convey to the reader the profound meaning of the rite, its specific weight in the life of each character:

?Then he emerged from the abyss and looked at his hands; They were the same ones that first fed the animal and then used it to stick the dagger in its neck.?

The history of the towns arises, of course, from ancestral testimony, groomed for the occasion. The progeny gathers to listen to the voice of the grandfather, the grandmother, the memorable uncle, converted into minstrels, a limpid deed of procedures, adjective and hyperbolic. Settle that composition requires the narrator the work of returning his quixotes to earth, so to speak. In ‘Puerto Nuevo’, except for Isaura, who is more like a virgin who suffers, the characters combine defects and virtues, they are proud but noble, apprehensive but respectful, they judge at odd hours but remain silent in time. They are, fortunately, bone and meat.

In addition to the value of the facts, a forced need for those who seek to find themselves in the past of their ancestors, there is another story here, told in passing. That of that two-dimensional cosmos nestled in the confines of the country that does not, despite everything, succumb completely. Because the history of the towns is also that of their perimeters of life, hardly claimed by others who have not inhabited them.

‘Puerto Nuevo’ is a demonstration that oblivion cannot defeat the Venezuelan land. That there will always be someone who, because of her memory, makes her live in the reverie of a third party, which is one of the best-known ways of being reborn:

“Because of that gigantic fire (or because of it), which wiped the stilt town off the face of the earth, the flag and coat of arms of today’s Lagunillas municipality have the Phoenix as their emblem.”

We would love to thank the writer of this write-up for this amazing web content

The history of the peoples, that incandescent magma – Últimas Noticias


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[date_timestamp] => 1656978531 ) [3] => Array ( [title] => Robot overcomes uncertainty to retrieve buried objects [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/robot-overcomes-uncertainty-to-retrieve-buried-objects/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Laura Surber ) [pubdate] => Mon, 04 Jul 2022 21:16:46 +0000 [category] => scienceburiedobjectsovercomesretrieverobotuncertainty [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5668 [description] => MIT researchers previously demonstrated a robotic arm that combines visual information and radio frequency (RF) signals to find hidden objects that were tagged with RFID tags (which reflect signals sent by an antenna). Building off that work, they have now developed a new system that can efficiently retrieve any object buried in a pile. As ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

MIT researchers previously demonstrated a robotic arm that combines visual information and radio frequency (RF) signals to find hidden objects that were tagged with RFID tags (which reflect signals sent by an antenna). Building off that work, they have now developed a new system that can efficiently retrieve any object buried in a pile. As long as some items in the pile have RFID tags, the target item does not need to be tagged for the system to recover it.

The algorithms behind the system, known as FuseBot, reason about the probable location and orientation of objects under the pile. Then FuseBot finds the most efficient way to remove obstructing objects and extract the target item. This reasoning enabled FuseBot to find more hidden items than a state-of-the-art robotics system, in half the time.

This speed could be especially useful in an e-commerce warehouse. A robot tasked with processing returns could find items in an unsorted pile more efficiently with the FuseBot system, says senior author Fadel Adib, associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and director of the Signal Kinetics group in the Media Lab.

?What this paper shows, for the first time, is that the mere presence of an RFID-tagged item in the environment makes it much easier for you to achieve other tasks in a more efficient manner. We were able to do this because we added multimodal reasoning to the system ? FuseBot can reason about both vision and RF to understand a pile of items,? adds Adib.

Joining Adib on the paper are research assistants Tara Boroushaki, who is the lead author; Laura Dodds; and Nazish Naeem. The research will be presented at the Robotics: Science and Systems conference.

Targeting tags

A recent market report indicates that more than 90 percent of U.S. retailers now use RFID tags, but the technology is not universal, leading to situations in which only some objects within piles are tagged.

This problem inspired the group?s research.

With FuseBot, a robotic arm uses an attached video camera and RF antenna to retrieve an untagged target item from a mixed pile. The system scans the pile with its camera to create a 3D model of the environment. Simultaneously, it sends signals from its antenna to locate RFID tags. These radio waves can pass through most solid surfaces, so the robot can ?see? deep into the pile. Since the target item is not tagged, FuseBot knows the item cannot be located at the exact same spot as an RFID tag.

Algorithms fuse this information to update the 3D model of the environment and highlight potential locations of the target item; the robot knows its size and shape. Then the system reasons about the objects in the pile and RFID tag locations to determine which item to remove, with the goal of finding the target item with the fewest moves.

It was challenging to incorporate this reasoning into the system, says Boroushaki.

The robot is unsure how objects are oriented under the pile, or how a squishy item might be deformed by heavier items pressing on it. It overcomes this challenge with probabilistic reasoning, using what it knows about the size and shape of an object and its RFID tag location to model the 3D space that object is likely to occupy.

As it removes items, it also uses reasoning to decide which item would be ?best? to remove next.

?If I give a human a pile of items to search, they will most likely remove the biggest item first to see what is underneath it. What the robot does is similar, but it also incorporates RFID information to make a more informed decision. It asks, ?How much more will it understand about this pile if it removes this item from the surface?’? Boroushaki says.

After it removes an object, the robot scans the pile again and uses new information to optimize its strategy.

Retrieval results

This reasoning, as well as its use of RF signals, gave FuseBot an edge over a state-of-the-art system that used only vision. The team ran more than 180 experimental trials using real robotic arms and piles with household items, like office supplies, stuffed animals, and clothing. They varied the sizes of piles and number of RFID-tagged items in each pile.

FuseBot extracted the target item successfully 95 percent of the time, compared to 84 percent for the other robotic system. It accomplished this using 40 percent fewer moves, and was able to locate and retrieve targeted items more than twice as fast.

?We see a big improvement in the success rate by incorporating this RF information. It was also exciting to see that we were able to match the performance of our previous system, and exceed it in scenarios where the target item didn?t have an RFID tag,? Dodds says.

FuseBot could be applied in a variety of settings because the software that performs its complex reasoning can be implemented on any computer ? it just needs to communicate with a robotic arm that has a camera and antenna, Boroushaki adds.

In the near future, the researchers are planning to incorporate more complex models into FuseBot so it performs better on deformable objects. Beyond that, they are interested in exploring different manipulations, such as a robotic arm that pushes items out of the way. Future iterations of the system could also be used with a mobile robot that searches multiple piles for lost objects.

This work was funded, in part, by the National Science Foundation, a Sloan Research Fellowship, NTT DATA, Toppan, Toppan Forms, and the MIT Media Lab.

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) [summary] => MIT researchers previously demonstrated a robotic arm that combines visual information and radio frequency (RF) signals to find hidden objects that were tagged with RFID tags (which reflect signals sent by an antenna). Building off that work, they have now developed a new system that can efficiently retrieve any object buried in a pile. As ... Read more [atom_content] =>

MIT researchers previously demonstrated a robotic arm that combines visual information and radio frequency (RF) signals to find hidden objects that were tagged with RFID tags (which reflect signals sent by an antenna). Building off that work, they have now developed a new system that can efficiently retrieve any object buried in a pile. As long as some items in the pile have RFID tags, the target item does not need to be tagged for the system to recover it.

The algorithms behind the system, known as FuseBot, reason about the probable location and orientation of objects under the pile. Then FuseBot finds the most efficient way to remove obstructing objects and extract the target item. This reasoning enabled FuseBot to find more hidden items than a state-of-the-art robotics system, in half the time.

This speed could be especially useful in an e-commerce warehouse. A robot tasked with processing returns could find items in an unsorted pile more efficiently with the FuseBot system, says senior author Fadel Adib, associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and director of the Signal Kinetics group in the Media Lab.

?What this paper shows, for the first time, is that the mere presence of an RFID-tagged item in the environment makes it much easier for you to achieve other tasks in a more efficient manner. We were able to do this because we added multimodal reasoning to the system ? FuseBot can reason about both vision and RF to understand a pile of items,? adds Adib.

Joining Adib on the paper are research assistants Tara Boroushaki, who is the lead author; Laura Dodds; and Nazish Naeem. The research will be presented at the Robotics: Science and Systems conference.

Targeting tags

A recent market report indicates that more than 90 percent of U.S. retailers now use RFID tags, but the technology is not universal, leading to situations in which only some objects within piles are tagged.

This problem inspired the group?s research.

With FuseBot, a robotic arm uses an attached video camera and RF antenna to retrieve an untagged target item from a mixed pile. The system scans the pile with its camera to create a 3D model of the environment. Simultaneously, it sends signals from its antenna to locate RFID tags. These radio waves can pass through most solid surfaces, so the robot can ?see? deep into the pile. Since the target item is not tagged, FuseBot knows the item cannot be located at the exact same spot as an RFID tag.

Algorithms fuse this information to update the 3D model of the environment and highlight potential locations of the target item; the robot knows its size and shape. Then the system reasons about the objects in the pile and RFID tag locations to determine which item to remove, with the goal of finding the target item with the fewest moves.

It was challenging to incorporate this reasoning into the system, says Boroushaki.

The robot is unsure how objects are oriented under the pile, or how a squishy item might be deformed by heavier items pressing on it. It overcomes this challenge with probabilistic reasoning, using what it knows about the size and shape of an object and its RFID tag location to model the 3D space that object is likely to occupy.

As it removes items, it also uses reasoning to decide which item would be ?best? to remove next.

?If I give a human a pile of items to search, they will most likely remove the biggest item first to see what is underneath it. What the robot does is similar, but it also incorporates RFID information to make a more informed decision. It asks, ?How much more will it understand about this pile if it removes this item from the surface?’? Boroushaki says.

After it removes an object, the robot scans the pile again and uses new information to optimize its strategy.

Retrieval results

This reasoning, as well as its use of RF signals, gave FuseBot an edge over a state-of-the-art system that used only vision. The team ran more than 180 experimental trials using real robotic arms and piles with household items, like office supplies, stuffed animals, and clothing. They varied the sizes of piles and number of RFID-tagged items in each pile.

FuseBot extracted the target item successfully 95 percent of the time, compared to 84 percent for the other robotic system. It accomplished this using 40 percent fewer moves, and was able to locate and retrieve targeted items more than twice as fast.

?We see a big improvement in the success rate by incorporating this RF information. It was also exciting to see that we were able to match the performance of our previous system, and exceed it in scenarios where the target item didn?t have an RFID tag,? Dodds says.

FuseBot could be applied in a variety of settings because the software that performs its complex reasoning can be implemented on any computer ? it just needs to communicate with a robotic arm that has a camera and antenna, Boroushaki adds.

In the near future, the researchers are planning to incorporate more complex models into FuseBot so it performs better on deformable objects. Beyond that, they are interested in exploring different manipulations, such as a robotic arm that pushes items out of the way. Future iterations of the system could also be used with a mobile robot that searches multiple piles for lost objects.

This work was funded, in part, by the National Science Foundation, a Sloan Research Fellowship, NTT DATA, Toppan, Toppan Forms, and the MIT Media Lab.

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[date_timestamp] => 1656969406 ) [4] => Array ( [title] => Supermarkets: do not consume the sugar of this brand dangerous for health [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/supermarkets-do-not-consume-the-sugar-of-this-brand-dangerous-for-health/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Jody Bailey ) [pubdate] => Mon, 04 Jul 2022 20:31:45 +0000 [category] => NewsbrandConsumedangerousHealthsugarSupermarkets [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5664 [description] => Certain packs of white sugar sold by Top Budget should not be consumed, as they are affected by a recall procedure. The packages in question have been marketed in several supermarkets all over France and could contain pieces of glass. The recalled products Notice to consumers, boxes of white sugar marketed by Top Budget are ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Certain packs of white sugar sold by Top Budget should not be consumed, as they are affected by a recall procedure. The packages in question have been marketed in several supermarkets all over France and could contain pieces of glass.

The recalled products

Notice to consumers, boxes of white sugar marketed by Top Budget are affected by a recall. The reason is that it could contain pieces of glass. These boxes of white sugar were sold all over France between March 7 and April 5, 2022.

Here is the list of departments where they have been marketed:

The products concerned by the recall come from batch 0202 O 2 059 ? Timestamp 00:00 to 23:59 and have the international item code (GTIN) 3 410 280 043 678. People who have them at home are invited not to consume them. . It is best to throw them away or return them to the point of sale in order to proceed with a refund. In case of doubt, they can also contact the consumer service.

Recall of several batches of Cakes

The recall procedures keep coming. Recently, several batches of cakes containing peanuts have been recalled. The products are of the Biscuiterie Vital Ainé brand and have been sold in several large supermarkets in France. Consumers should be vigilant, as the presence of peanuts is not mentioned on the packaging.

Here are the products concerned by the recall procedure:

The products that have been mentioned should not be consumed. For those who have some at home, it is recommended to bring them back to the store for a refund. It is also possible to contact the consumer service on 05 61 98 80 05 in case of doubt.

Recall of turkey cutlets

Turkey cutlets are also being recalled. They have been sold in several supermarkets in France and contain metal and plastic foreign bodies.

Two lots that have been put on sale at Lidl are affected by the recall:

Recalled products were also offered for sale at Aldi. They come from lot 0342125760 and have barcode 26007472. The date of minimum durability of the products is set at July 11, 2022.

Finally, a batch of turkey cutlets was also marketed at Lidl. This is lot 0342125760 which has the barcode 3571320013676. The date of minimum durability of the products from the lot is set at July 11, 2022. People who have these products in their possession must not consume them. They have to take them back to the store or throw them away. In case of doubt, a consumer service can also be reached on 02 33 30 34 00.

For information, a list of all products affected by a recall is available on the Rappel Conso website. This was created in 2021 by the DGCCRF (General Directorate for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention).



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) [summary] => Certain packs of white sugar sold by Top Budget should not be consumed, as they are affected by a recall procedure. The packages in question have been marketed in several supermarkets all over France and could contain pieces of glass. The recalled products Notice to consumers, boxes of white sugar marketed by Top Budget are ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Certain packs of white sugar sold by Top Budget should not be consumed, as they are affected by a recall procedure. The packages in question have been marketed in several supermarkets all over France and could contain pieces of glass.

The recalled products

Notice to consumers, boxes of white sugar marketed by Top Budget are affected by a recall. The reason is that it could contain pieces of glass. These boxes of white sugar were sold all over France between March 7 and April 5, 2022.

Here is the list of departments where they have been marketed:

The products concerned by the recall come from batch 0202 O 2 059 ? Timestamp 00:00 to 23:59 and have the international item code (GTIN) 3 410 280 043 678. People who have them at home are invited not to consume them. . It is best to throw them away or return them to the point of sale in order to proceed with a refund. In case of doubt, they can also contact the consumer service.

Recall of several batches of Cakes

The recall procedures keep coming. Recently, several batches of cakes containing peanuts have been recalled. The products are of the Biscuiterie Vital Ainé brand and have been sold in several large supermarkets in France. Consumers should be vigilant, as the presence of peanuts is not mentioned on the packaging.

Here are the products concerned by the recall procedure:

The products that have been mentioned should not be consumed. For those who have some at home, it is recommended to bring them back to the store for a refund. It is also possible to contact the consumer service on 05 61 98 80 05 in case of doubt.

Recall of turkey cutlets

Turkey cutlets are also being recalled. They have been sold in several supermarkets in France and contain metal and plastic foreign bodies.

Two lots that have been put on sale at Lidl are affected by the recall:

Recalled products were also offered for sale at Aldi. They come from lot 0342125760 and have barcode 26007472. The date of minimum durability of the products is set at July 11, 2022.

Finally, a batch of turkey cutlets was also marketed at Lidl. This is lot 0342125760 which has the barcode 3571320013676. The date of minimum durability of the products from the lot is set at July 11, 2022. People who have these products in their possession must not consume them. They have to take them back to the store or throw them away. In case of doubt, a consumer service can also be reached on 02 33 30 34 00.

For information, a list of all products affected by a recall is available on the Rappel Conso website. This was created in 2021 by the DGCCRF (General Directorate for Competition, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Prevention).



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[date_timestamp] => 1656966705 ) [5] => Array ( [title] => Pessina?s message [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/pessinas-message/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Nicholas Flynn ) [pubdate] => Mon, 04 Jul 2022 20:24:59 +0000 [category] => NewsmessagePessinas [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5662 [description] => Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani are unwilling, at 86 and 78, respectively, to be slapped by the other Serie A teams with their newly promoted Monza. And this was known. Less predictable was that Monza would become an interesting and credible destination for a 25-year-old Italian international like Matteo Pessina, who from Atalanta goes to ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani are unwilling, at 86 and 78, respectively, to be slapped by the other Serie A teams with their newly promoted Monza. And this was known. Less predictable was that Monza would become an interesting and credible destination for a 25-year-old Italian international like Matteo Pessina, who from Atalanta goes to Monza on loan with a redemption obligation set at 15 million in case of salvation. Beyond what is (not) happening in Bergamo, which we have been talking about for months and which was also confirmed by an unenthusiastic Gasperini, the incommentable transfer market two months after its closure and the personal case of Pessina who was born in Monza and in Monza he played from 10 to 18 years, the message is that in 2022 it takes very little to upset the balance of Serie A even at a high level. He would hardly have made news, on the contrary it would have seemed to us the natural placement of him, a Pessina at Milan, Inter or Juventus. But he will play in Monza.

It shouldn’t be news that either Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara have renewed their contracts with Milan until 2024, given that they were among the main architects of the last Scudetto. Instead it has become, not for normal reasons of money (the technical director will get 2 million net a year, the sports director a little less than one: nothing exaggerated, considering their importance) or the length of the contract, but for a corporate vision very clear on the part of the new owner fund of Milan, that is RedBird, which then was and is (let’s talk about it now, the exit is far away) the same as Elliott’s: whoever takes care of the sports area has maximum autonomy, all within a fixed budget, but must remain in place. Even if he is a flag, in the eyes of the Americans of yesterday, today and tomorrow Maldini is worth less than Geoffrey Moncada, the scouting manager.

Speaking of funds, not just American, it is no mystery that theInter both among the big clubs are the number one candidate to change ownership given that even the season just ended, even with the first audience in Serie A, will end with a very heavy liability, not formalized but in the area minus 100 million euros. The difference with what happened (indeed, is happening) at Milan is however remarkable, because even in the most optimistic hypotheses the Zhangs would not even fall within a third of the real money put into the club for various reasons (capital, financing, sponsorships of the house). The point is therefore not the number or the quality of possible buyers, but the willingness of the sellers to accept a loss. It all depends on the real prospects of a shock entry, for real estate transactions (for the first Florentino Perez’s Real Madrid it was), or other. Little is said about it, but among the disappointed by the non-birth of the Super League there is undoubtedly also Inter, the silent supporter of Agnelli’s project and who only with the entry bonus (300 million euros) guaranteed by the money of JP Morgan would have solved all his problems.

Not even lovers of news and technology felt the need for semi-automatic offside, which will make its debut at the World Championship in Qatar and which will then be gradually interrupted everywhere. They did not feel the need because the VAR had already drawn a boundary between the football of the rich and that of the poor, but also because with the new technology the function of the linesman is almost canceled, rather than weakened. Whoever has more personality will turn even more into a deputy referee, reporting anything, whoever is satisfied with the token will disappear. Regret the past, a past often full of errors and sensational thefts, does not make sense, but there are innovations that seem superfluous and that incredibly are never even discussed, they are dropped from above and that’s it. With the ground prepared by the Wenger of the situation, but with the vote of the four British federations that still counts for half in 2022.

The Palermo as soon as he returned to Serie B he became a cousin of Manchester City, given that his new controlling shareholder (80%, Dario Mirri will remain 20%) is the same, the City Football Group. This does not mean that hundreds of millions will come from Abu Dhabi to be thrown away, as has happened with the City since 2008, well before Guardiola’s management. The stories of New York City FC, Melbourne City, Yokohama Marinos, Girona, Troyes and other more or less controlled clubs are contradictory, and the speeches in the company about entertainment are not convincing: you always have a team among the favorites of the Champions League and you want to do entertainment in Palermo? In a nutshell: the ways of soft power are endless. The timeshare of the Arabs has a different meaning from that of the Americans, which in turn is different from that of De Laurentiis.

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) [summary] => Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani are unwilling, at 86 and 78, respectively, to be slapped by the other Serie A teams with their newly promoted Monza. And this was known. Less predictable was that Monza would become an interesting and credible destination for a 25-year-old Italian international like Matteo Pessina, who from Atalanta goes to ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Silvio Berlusconi and Adriano Galliani are unwilling, at 86 and 78, respectively, to be slapped by the other Serie A teams with their newly promoted Monza. And this was known. Less predictable was that Monza would become an interesting and credible destination for a 25-year-old Italian international like Matteo Pessina, who from Atalanta goes to Monza on loan with a redemption obligation set at 15 million in case of salvation. Beyond what is (not) happening in Bergamo, which we have been talking about for months and which was also confirmed by an unenthusiastic Gasperini, the incommentable transfer market two months after its closure and the personal case of Pessina who was born in Monza and in Monza he played from 10 to 18 years, the message is that in 2022 it takes very little to upset the balance of Serie A even at a high level. He would hardly have made news, on the contrary it would have seemed to us the natural placement of him, a Pessina at Milan, Inter or Juventus. But he will play in Monza.

It shouldn’t be news that either Paolo Maldini and Frederic Massara have renewed their contracts with Milan until 2024, given that they were among the main architects of the last Scudetto. Instead it has become, not for normal reasons of money (the technical director will get 2 million net a year, the sports director a little less than one: nothing exaggerated, considering their importance) or the length of the contract, but for a corporate vision very clear on the part of the new owner fund of Milan, that is RedBird, which then was and is (let’s talk about it now, the exit is far away) the same as Elliott’s: whoever takes care of the sports area has maximum autonomy, all within a fixed budget, but must remain in place. Even if he is a flag, in the eyes of the Americans of yesterday, today and tomorrow Maldini is worth less than Geoffrey Moncada, the scouting manager.

Speaking of funds, not just American, it is no mystery that theInter both among the big clubs are the number one candidate to change ownership given that even the season just ended, even with the first audience in Serie A, will end with a very heavy liability, not formalized but in the area minus 100 million euros. The difference with what happened (indeed, is happening) at Milan is however remarkable, because even in the most optimistic hypotheses the Zhangs would not even fall within a third of the real money put into the club for various reasons (capital, financing, sponsorships of the house). The point is therefore not the number or the quality of possible buyers, but the willingness of the sellers to accept a loss. It all depends on the real prospects of a shock entry, for real estate transactions (for the first Florentino Perez’s Real Madrid it was), or other. Little is said about it, but among the disappointed by the non-birth of the Super League there is undoubtedly also Inter, the silent supporter of Agnelli’s project and who only with the entry bonus (300 million euros) guaranteed by the money of JP Morgan would have solved all his problems.

Not even lovers of news and technology felt the need for semi-automatic offside, which will make its debut at the World Championship in Qatar and which will then be gradually interrupted everywhere. They did not feel the need because the VAR had already drawn a boundary between the football of the rich and that of the poor, but also because with the new technology the function of the linesman is almost canceled, rather than weakened. Whoever has more personality will turn even more into a deputy referee, reporting anything, whoever is satisfied with the token will disappear. Regret the past, a past often full of errors and sensational thefts, does not make sense, but there are innovations that seem superfluous and that incredibly are never even discussed, they are dropped from above and that’s it. With the ground prepared by the Wenger of the situation, but with the vote of the four British federations that still counts for half in 2022.

The Palermo as soon as he returned to Serie B he became a cousin of Manchester City, given that his new controlling shareholder (80%, Dario Mirri will remain 20%) is the same, the City Football Group. This does not mean that hundreds of millions will come from Abu Dhabi to be thrown away, as has happened with the City since 2008, well before Guardiola’s management. The stories of New York City FC, Melbourne City, Yokohama Marinos, Girona, Troyes and other more or less controlled clubs are contradictory, and the speeches in the company about entertainment are not convincing: you always have a team among the favorites of the Champions League and you want to do entertainment in Palermo? In a nutshell: the ways of soft power are endless. The timeshare of the Arabs has a different meaning from that of the Americans, which in turn is different from that of De Laurentiis.

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[date_timestamp] => 1656966299 ) [6] => Array ( [title] => The Government and the Funds are back on the clash over the pensions of professionals [link] => http://redhatbeauty.com/the-government-and-the-funds-are-back-on-the-clash-over-the-pensions-of-professionals/ [dc] => Array ( [creator] => Susan Street ) [pubdate] => Mon, 04 Jul 2022 19:24:37 +0000 [category] => NewsclashFundsgovernmentpensionsprofessionals [guid] => https://redhatbeauty.com/?p=5660 [description] => Eleven years have passed since the law provided for an inter-ministerial decree on investments by privatized pension funds, which provide pensions to self-employed professionals. Since then this decree, despite having been painstakingly prepared with the opinions of the Ministry of Labor, the Council of State and the Anac, has never been signed by the various ... Read more [content] => Array ( [encoded] =>

Eleven years have passed since the law provided for an inter-ministerial decree on investments by privatized pension funds, which provide pensions to self-employed professionals. Since then this decree, despite having been painstakingly prepared with the opinions of the Ministry of Labor, the Council of State and the Anac, has never been signed by the various ministers of the Economy that have followed one another: Pier Carlo Padoan, Giovanni Tria, Roberto Gualtieri, among the last. And it remained in the drawer. Now, however, the current minister Daniele Franco you risk finding it on your desk again, identical to the previous one, except for a few changes. Will it be enacted? It’s not for sure. Because a more important game of principle is being played on the decree than one might believe. A game that sees the state apparatus on one side and the pension funds of over 1.5 million professionals on the other, who were privatized with two laws in 1994 and 1996. And which also involves the financial markets, sensitive to the over 100 billion of assets invested. The Constitutional Court also ruled on the matter, which in 2017 reaffirmed the operational autonomy of the Casse, refusing the automatic applicability to them of the rules envisaged for the public administration. And then: some Casse hold, as institutional investors, over 25% of the capital of the Bank of Italy. Another implication: the General Accounting Office has entered their 100 billion assets as assets in the state budget, without however including the liabilities.

The reason for the clash

The clash is about what the investment decree should actually foresee. From the front of the Mef it is supported – as illustrated in Parliament by Stefano Cappiello, general manager of regulation and supervision – that the State has the right to establish, in addition to the general principles on governance, risk management and conflict of interest, also a detailed measure of use in individual assets: shares, government bonds, UCIs, real estate and so on. To corroborate this vision there would also be Covip, the supervisory board on pension funds, which supervises the funds together with the Ministry of Labor, the Mef and other subjects (including the Bicameral supervisory board on social security institutions). Furthermore, not a secondary aspect, the Anac reconfirmed that public procedures must be applied for the selection of managers, despite the Mef and Covip having expressed a contrary opinion.

The new investment decree is not liked by the banks and a large part of the financial market. Strengthened by the recognition by law of private entities, they do not want to hear about quotas. “To us – he explains Alberto Oliveti, president of Adepp, the trade association – must provide governance principles, guidelines, rules on risk management and conflict of interest, effective supervision, perhaps carried out by the Bank of Italy as proposed Sabino Cassese, but they must leave us the freedom to decide on individual assets. Also because the Funds are very different from each other and it would be deleterious to have the same criteria for all. In the investment strategy, it is necessary to take into account how the assets are made up, the characteristics of the professionals (whether they are young or old), the size of the Bank, the probable career development of taxpayers (some jobs are in decline, others are growing) , of the type of system (some with pay-as-you-go, most with capitalization). ?For Oliveti, the solution is that each Cassa makes its own investment plan, in compliance with a self-regulation code valid for all.

Aifi, an association of private equity and venture capital funds, supported. “There is no need to set quotas and provide for public tenders – says the president Innocenzo Cipolletta – both because they are private individuals and because they are responsible for the members’ money and must be free to choose. Establishing a public auction procedure means bureaucratizing. Leaving freedom is important, so much then there is the control body. For example, the Bank of Italy assesses, in other cases such as in banking foundations, whether the risk has been weighed “. Tommaso Nannicini, president of the bilateral commission on social security institutions, seems to be leaning on the side of the funds on the question of investment limits: “We are not wrong at the last mile”, he warned. “With this decision, it is unlikely that the banks will be able to accompany companies on a path of growth”. In fact, Nannicini thinks of the scarce investments in the real economy.

The real estate treasury

One of the accusations made in recent years to the Casse is that of still having too many properties in the belly, which make little or are at a loss. Furthermore, properties that have been the basis of various scandals, such as those of Enasarco (the cashier of commercial agents) which led to the arrest in 2006, for alleged bribes by the property developer Stefano Ricucciof the president Donato Porreca and the president of Confcommercio Sergio Billè, sentenced to three years in first instance before the statute of limitations took effect. Also in Enasarco, the former president Brunetto Boco in 2014 waged a long war against Sorgente sgr, which was commissioned in 2019.

The new decree sets a limit of 30% for properties, “while at the end of 2020 – reports Cappiello – as many as seven entities had a higher exposure”. Oliveti replies: “The privatized entities have found an initial assets unbalanced on real estate: when they were public entities the state required them to buy buildings. But over time we have greatly reduced their weight”. At the end of 2013 these assets, owned directly or through funds, represented 40% of the total. In 2020 they had dropped to 25%.
The world of institutions is crossed by recurring scandals (famous those of Enpam and Enpap) and by a serious and recent default, that of the Inpgi, the social security institution of journalists that forced the government to merge it into the INPS: “But the Inpgi – says Oliveti – did not even have to enter privatized entities because it was the only one formed not by freelancers but by employees, and where the default occurred due to a structural imbalance between contributions and benefits”. The scandals, however, seem to highlight a lack of effective controls, despite the 8-10 institutions in charge, rather than an excessive freedom to choose investments.
But today the discussion on the investment decree no longer seems to focus on individual issues but rather between interlocutors who seem irreducible. For Mef, General Accounting, Council of State, Covip, “privatized” entities are not truly private, as they perform a public function and have often been considered as such in recent years. However, the privatization rules of the Casse are clear, while they point out that Cassese spoke of an “illegitimate” decree. It is not difficult to think that sooner or later the clash will return to Parliament for a new clarifying law.

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) [summary] => Eleven years have passed since the law provided for an inter-ministerial decree on investments by privatized pension funds, which provide pensions to self-employed professionals. Since then this decree, despite having been painstakingly prepared with the opinions of the Ministry of Labor, the Council of State and the Anac, has never been signed by the various ... Read more [atom_content] =>

Eleven years have passed since the law provided for an inter-ministerial decree on investments by privatized pension funds, which provide pensions to self-employed professionals. Since then this decree, despite having been painstakingly prepared with the opinions of the Ministry of Labor, the Council of State and the Anac, has never been signed by the various ministers of the Economy that have followed one another: Pier Carlo Padoan, Giovanni Tria, Roberto Gualtieri, among the last. And it remained in the drawer. Now, however, the current minister Daniele Franco you risk finding it on your desk again, identical to the previous one, except for a few changes. Will it be enacted? It’s not for sure. Because a more important game of principle is being played on the decree than one might believe. A game that sees the state apparatus on one side and the pension funds of over 1.5 million professionals on the other, who were privatized with two laws in 1994 and 1996. And which also involves the financial markets, sensitive to the over 100 billion of assets invested. The Constitutional Court also ruled on the matter, which in 2017 reaffirmed the operational autonomy of the Casse, refusing the automatic applicability to them of the rules envisaged for the public administration. And then: some Casse hold, as institutional investors, over 25% of the capital of the Bank of Italy. Another implication: the General Accounting Office has entered their 100 billion assets as assets in the state budget, without however including the liabilities.

The reason for the clash

The clash is about what the investment decree should actually foresee. From the front of the Mef it is supported – as illustrated in Parliament by Stefano Cappiello, general manager of regulation and supervision – that the State has the right to establish, in addition to the general principles on governance, risk management and conflict of interest, also a detailed measure of use in individual assets: shares, government bonds, UCIs, real estate and so on. To corroborate this vision there would also be Covip, the supervisory board on pension funds, which supervises the funds together with the Ministry of Labor, the Mef and other subjects (including the Bicameral supervisory board on social security institutions). Furthermore, not a secondary aspect, the Anac reconfirmed that public procedures must be applied for the selection of managers, despite the Mef and Covip having expressed a contrary opinion.

The new investment decree is not liked by the banks and a large part of the financial market. Strengthened by the recognition by law of private entities, they do not want to hear about quotas. “To us – he explains Alberto Oliveti, president of Adepp, the trade association – must provide governance principles, guidelines, rules on risk management and conflict of interest, effective supervision, perhaps carried out by the Bank of Italy as proposed Sabino Cassese, but they must leave us the freedom to decide on individual assets. Also because the Funds are very different from each other and it would be deleterious to have the same criteria for all. In the investment strategy, it is necessary to take into account how the assets are made up, the characteristics of the professionals (whether they are young or old), the size of the Bank, the probable career development of taxpayers (some jobs are in decline, others are growing) , of the type of system (some with pay-as-you-go, most with capitalization). ?For Oliveti, the solution is that each Cassa makes its own investment plan, in compliance with a self-regulation code valid for all.

Aifi, an association of private equity and venture capital funds, supported. “There is no need to set quotas and provide for public tenders – says the president Innocenzo Cipolletta – both because they are private individuals and because they are responsible for the members’ money and must be free to choose. Establishing a public auction procedure means bureaucratizing. Leaving freedom is important, so much then there is the control body. For example, the Bank of Italy assesses, in other cases such as in banking foundations, whether the risk has been weighed “. Tommaso Nannicini, president of the bilateral commission on social security institutions, seems to be leaning on the side of the funds on the question of investment limits: “We are not wrong at the last mile”, he warned. “With this decision, it is unlikely that the banks will be able to accompany companies on a path of growth”. In fact, Nannicini thinks of the scarce investments in the real economy.

The real estate treasury

One of the accusations made in recent years to the Casse is that of still having too many properties in the belly, which make little or are at a loss. Furthermore, properties that have been the basis of various scandals, such as those of Enasarco (the cashier of commercial agents) which led to the arrest in 2006, for alleged bribes by the property developer Stefano Ricucciof the president Donato Porreca and the president of Confcommercio Sergio Billè, sentenced to three years in first instance before the statute of limitations took effect. Also in Enasarco, the former president Brunetto Boco in 2014 waged a long war against Sorgente sgr, which was commissioned in 2019.

The new decree sets a limit of 30% for properties, “while at the end of 2020 – reports Cappiello – as many as seven entities had a higher exposure”. Oliveti replies: “The privatized entities have found an initial assets unbalanced on real estate: when they were public entities the state required them to buy buildings. But over time we have greatly reduced their weight”. At the end of 2013 these assets, owned directly or through funds, represented 40% of the total. In 2020 they had dropped to 25%.
The world of institutions is crossed by recurring scandals (famous those of Enpam and Enpap) and by a serious and recent default, that of the Inpgi, the social security institution of journalists that forced the government to merge it into the INPS: “But the Inpgi – says Oliveti – did not even have to enter privatized entities because it was the only one formed not by freelancers but by employees, and where the default occurred due to a structural imbalance between contributions and benefits”. The scandals, however, seem to highlight a lack of effective controls, despite the 8-10 institutions in charge, rather than an excessive freedom to choose investments.
But today the discussion on the investment decree no longer seems to focus on individual issues but rather between interlocutors who seem irreducible. For Mef, General Accounting, Council of State, Covip, “privatized” entities are not truly private, as they perform a public function and have often been considered as such in recent years. However, the privatization rules of the Casse are clear, while they point out that Cassese spoke of an “illegitimate” decree. It is not difficult to think that sooner or later the clash will return to Parliament for a new clarifying law.

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  1. Jaeyoon Chung, Anjali Das, Xinyu Sun, Débora R. Sobreira, Yuk Yee Leung, Catherine Igartua, Sahar Mozaffari, Yi?Fan Chou, Sam Thiagalingam, Jesse Mez, Xiaoling Zhang, Gyungah R. Jun, Thor D. Stein, Brian W. Kunkle, Eden R. Martin, Margaret A. Pericak?Vance, Richard Mayeux, Jonathan L. Haines, Gerard D. Schellenberg, Marcelo A. Nobrega, Kathryn L. Lunetta, Jayant M. Pinto, Li?San Wang, Carole Ober, Lindsay A. Farrer. Genome?wide association and multi?omics studies identify MGMT as a novel risk gene for Alzheimer?s disease among women. Alzheimer?s & Dementia, 2022; DOI: 10.1002/alz.12719

In a new study published this week in Alzheimer?s Disease & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer?s Association, researchers at the University of Chicago and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have identified a new gene called MGMT that increases the risk of Alzheimer?s in women.

The researchers conducted a genome-wide association study (GWAS) for Alzheimer?s in two independent datasets using different methods. One approach focused on dementia in a large extended family of Hutterites, a founder population of central European ancestry who settled in the mid-west region of the country. Hutterites are often studied for genetic determinants of disease because they have a relatively small gene pool due to their isolated, insular culture. In this study, the individuals with Alzheimer?s were all women. The second approach, predicated on evidence suggesting a link between Alzheimer?s and breast cancer, analyzed genetic data from a national group of 10,340 women who lacked APOE ?4. In both datasets, MGMT was significantly associated with developing AD.

?This is one of a few and perhaps the strongest associations of a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer?s that is specific to women,? said Lindsay Farrer, PhD, chief of biomedical genetics at BUSM and a senior author of the study. ?This finding is particularly robust because it was discovered independently in two distinct populations using different approaches. While the finding in the large dataset was most pronounced in women who don?t have APOE ?4, the Hutterite sample was too small to evaluate this pattern with any certainty.?

The researchers then further evaluated MGMT using multiple types of molecular data and other AD-related traits derived from human brain tissue. After thorough analysis, they found that that epigenetically regulated gene expression (i.e., one of the ways cells control gene activity without changing the DNA sequence) of MGMT, which has a role in repairing DNA damage, is significantly associated with the development of the hallmark AD proteins, amyloid-? and tau, especially in women.

?This study highlighted the value of founder populations for genetic mapping studies of diseases like Alzheimer?s,? said Carole Ober, PhD, Chair of Human Genetics at UChicago and a senior author of the study. ?The relatively uniform environment and reduced genetic variation in Hutterites increases our power to find associations in smaller sample sizes than required for studies in the general population. The validation of our findings in the larger dataset used by the Boston University group was enormously gratifying and ultimately led to supportive epigenetic mechanisms that connected both sets of GWAS results to the MGMT gene.?

According to the researchers, this study demonstrates the importance of searching for genetic risk factors for AD that may be specific to one gender. Further studies are needed to understand why MGMT influences AD risk greater in women than men.

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  1. Jaeyoon Chung, Anjali Das, Xinyu Sun, Débora R. Sobreira, Yuk Yee Leung, Catherine Igartua, Sahar Mozaffari, Yi?Fan Chou, Sam Thiagalingam, Jesse Mez, Xiaoling Zhang, Gyungah R. Jun, Thor D. Stein, Brian W. Kunkle, Eden R. Martin, Margaret A. Pericak?Vance, Richard Mayeux, Jonathan L. Haines, Gerard D. Schellenberg, Marcelo A. Nobrega, Kathryn L. Lunetta, Jayant M. Pinto, Li?San Wang, Carole Ober, Lindsay A. Farrer. Genome?wide association and multi?omics studies identify MGMT as a novel risk gene for Alzheimer?s disease among women. Alzheimer?s & Dementia, 2022; DOI: 10.1002/alz.12719

In a new study published this week in Alzheimer?s Disease & Dementia: The Journal of the Alzheimer?s Association, researchers at the University of Chicago and Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have identified a new gene called MGMT that increases the risk of Alzheimer?s in women.

The researchers conducted a genome-wide association study (GWAS) for Alzheimer?s in two independent datasets using different methods. One approach focused on dementia in a large extended family of Hutterites, a founder population of central European ancestry who settled in the mid-west region of the country. Hutterites are often studied for genetic determinants of disease because they have a relatively small gene pool due to their isolated, insular culture. In this study, the individuals with Alzheimer?s were all women. The second approach, predicated on evidence suggesting a link between Alzheimer?s and breast cancer, analyzed genetic data from a national group of 10,340 women who lacked APOE ?4. In both datasets, MGMT was significantly associated with developing AD.

?This is one of a few and perhaps the strongest associations of a genetic risk factor for Alzheimer?s that is specific to women,? said Lindsay Farrer, PhD, chief of biomedical genetics at BUSM and a senior author of the study. ?This finding is particularly robust because it was discovered independently in two distinct populations using different approaches. While the finding in the large dataset was most pronounced in women who don?t have APOE ?4, the Hutterite sample was too small to evaluate this pattern with any certainty.?

The researchers then further evaluated MGMT using multiple types of molecular data and other AD-related traits derived from human brain tissue. After thorough analysis, they found that that epigenetically regulated gene expression (i.e., one of the ways cells control gene activity without changing the DNA sequence) of MGMT, which has a role in repairing DNA damage, is significantly associated with the development of the hallmark AD proteins, amyloid-? and tau, especially in women.

?This study highlighted the value of founder populations for genetic mapping studies of diseases like Alzheimer?s,? said Carole Ober, PhD, Chair of Human Genetics at UChicago and a senior author of the study. ?The relatively uniform environment and reduced genetic variation in Hutterites increases our power to find associations in smaller sample sizes than required for studies in the general population. The validation of our findings in the larger dataset used by the Boston University group was enormously gratifying and ultimately led to supportive epigenetic mechanisms that connected both sets of GWAS results to the MGMT gene.?

According to the researchers, this study demonstrates the importance of searching for genetic risk factors for AD that may be specific to one gender. Further studies are needed to understand why MGMT influences AD risk greater in women than men.

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His physical change left us speechless, he was unrecognizable! Adele impressed his fans with your new image on his 32nd birthday. In the last two years the British singer has lost some 45 kiloswhat we did not know is that there was another health problem behind his weight loss: the anxiety. The divorce was a hard time for her, which he has always wanted to give to his son Angelo the stability of a home, that family life that she never had. Making the decision to separate from her husband and going through her entire process ended up taking its toll. “I had a few horrible anxiety attacks when i got divorced They left me totally paralyzed and I didn’t know what to think because I had the feeling that I was unable to control my bodybut I was aware of what was happening because I felt very present, while my body seemed to be on another planet, “he confesses to Oprah Winfrey in the special One night with Adele.

Adele married in 2018 with Simon Koneckie and a few months later she decided to take the plunge and get a divorce because he didn’t feel happy. Her son was the reason she stuck it out for so long.


Adele and Simon Konecki before their breakup

The British singer has been linked to the diet sirtfood, based on foods that enhance the action of sirtuins, but Adele insists that her intention was not to lose weight. The sport He was his great ally who helped him cope with his separation. “I have always exercised, a couple of times a week for my back, nothing intense. I worked on it with my trainer. I felt very lost, but I didn’t feel any anxiety when I was with him in the gym“, he says. The sport gave him the discipline that he needed in his life when he had nothing to do: “Knowing that at 9 in the morning I had to go to the gym was reassuring”.

“It wasn’t something that worried me much, but the truth is that the fact that I started losing so much weight helped me feel balanced“, he confesses to Oprah. His change is so evident that some of his followers did not take it well at all: “I am not affected by what people say, because my body has always been reified. She has said everything. “Although in recent years she has significantly lost weight, Adele considers herself body positive. “It hurts me to think that I have been able to make someone feel bad about their physique, but that is not my job.“, he assures.


Adele before losing weight ©GTRESONLINE GTRES

Her weight is still not a concern for her: “I could change back Now that I can’t go to train much, I’m on the set all day and I’m eating, but I wouldn’t mind gaining weight or losing weightit’s not important”. Of course, he plans to continue exercising whenever he can, because he has discovered that he likes it, especially the weights. “In the beginning I only lifted five kilos, but I have reached lift between 70 and 75 kilos“, confesses the singer, who now considers herself a true athlete.


Adele after losing weight INSTAGRAM

Adele he does not deprive himself of anything and eats everythingat least that’s what it says. “I love to eat, the only thing I’m not very sweetI prefer a good sandwich,” he acknowledges.

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) [summary] => His physical change left us speechless, he was unrecognizable! Adele impressed his fans with your new image on his 32nd birthday. In the last two years the British singer has lost some 45 kiloswhat we did not know is that there was another health problem behind his weight loss: the anxiety. The divorce was a ... Read more [atom_content] =>




His physical change left us speechless, he was unrecognizable! Adele impressed his fans with your new image on his 32nd birthday. In the last two years the British singer has lost some 45 kiloswhat we did not know is that there was another health problem behind his weight loss: the anxiety. The divorce was a hard time for her, which he has always wanted to give to his son Angelo the stability of a home, that family life that she never had. Making the decision to separate from her husband and going through her entire process ended up taking its toll. “I had a few horrible anxiety attacks when i got divorced They left me totally paralyzed and I didn’t know what to think because I had the feeling that I was unable to control my bodybut I was aware of what was happening because I felt very present, while my body seemed to be on another planet, “he confesses to Oprah Winfrey in the special One night with Adele.

Adele married in 2018 with Simon Koneckie and a few months later she decided to take the plunge and get a divorce because he didn’t feel happy. Her son was the reason she stuck it out for so long.


Adele and Simon Konecki before their breakup

The British singer has been linked to the diet sirtfood, based on foods that enhance the action of sirtuins, but Adele insists that her intention was not to lose weight. The sport He was his great ally who helped him cope with his separation. “I have always exercised, a couple of times a week for my back, nothing intense. I worked on it with my trainer. I felt very lost, but I didn’t feel any anxiety when I was with him in the gym“, he says. The sport gave him the discipline that he needed in his life when he had nothing to do: “Knowing that at 9 in the morning I had to go to the gym was reassuring”.

“It wasn’t something that worried me much, but the truth is that the fact that I started losing so much weight helped me feel balanced“, he confesses to Oprah. His change is so evident that some of his followers did not take it well at all: “I am not affected by what people say, because my body has always been reified. She has said everything. “Although in recent years she has significantly lost weight, Adele considers herself body positive. “It hurts me to think that I have been able to make someone feel bad about their physique, but that is not my job.“, he assures.


Adele before losing weight ©GTRESONLINE GTRES

Her weight is still not a concern for her: “I could change back Now that I can’t go to train much, I’m on the set all day and I’m eating, but I wouldn’t mind gaining weight or losing weightit’s not important”. Of course, he plans to continue exercising whenever he can, because he has discovered that he likes it, especially the weights. “In the beginning I only lifted five kilos, but I have reached lift between 70 and 75 kilos“, confesses the singer, who now considers herself a true athlete.


Adele after losing weight INSTAGRAM

Adele he does not deprive himself of anything and eats everythingat least that’s what it says. “I love to eat, the only thing I’m not very sweetI prefer a good sandwich,” he acknowledges.

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Find out without further delay what is the slimming diet adopted by Kate Middleton to successfully lose weight! The Duchess of Cambridge recently revealed her secrets to maintaining a dream figure.

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Kate Middleton’s slimming secrets to find the line

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If you do not yet know how to go about successfully finding the line, you can follow the example of Kate Middleton. Indeed, while the young woman is a mother of three children, she still sports a dream figure.

Many women dream of discovering his secret. We happen to know a little more about the Duchess of Cambridge’s slimming secrets. The latter called on a personal trainer after her last delivery. According to relatives of the young woman, the latter then follows a healthy and balanced diet.

No way for her to try the latest fad diets. His coach has prepared a complete food program for him, without any restrictions. The latter also returned to the sport. It is therefore a program that everyone can follow at home.

What are Kate Middleton’s eating habits to keep the line?

Don’t worry, even if you can’t afford a personal trainer, you’ll be able to get back in shape perfectly. So, you will have understood, to succeed in losing weight, Kate Middleton had to change her eating habits.

This is a change you will need to make too. We also know a little more about the diet of the young woman. According to those close to her, Kate Middleton’s diet will be mainly composed of fresh fruits and vegetables but also lean meats for protein intake.

In this summer period, we can then imagine that the young woman will eat fresh salads. As far as meat is concerned, you will then have to opt for chicken or turkey instead. You can also let yourself be tempted by white fish which do not contain many calories.

You too can get rid of your few extra pounds by following the same diet as Kate Middleton. It’s just a matter of motivation. All you have to do is go shopping!

The sports habits of Kate Middleton’s slimming program

If Kate Middleton’s personal trainer made her change her eating habits, that’s not all. Indeed, the young woman also had to get back to sport. Sport and diet are complementary when you start losing weight. You should therefore not neglect either of these two aspects. The Duchess of Cambridge therefore has a new sports routine to follow. The latter then performs several sports sessions per week. To succeed in losing weight, we advise you to carry out mainly cardio sessions.

These should be supplemented by muscle strengthening sessions. With cardio, you will burn the most calories. Then, muscle building will allow you to tone your body. To obtain visible results, you will need to perform at least three sports sessions. The most important thing is to be regular. The objective sought is not performance. You know what you have to do to follow the same diet as Kate Middleton!



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Find out without further delay what is the slimming diet adopted by Kate Middleton to successfully lose weight! The Duchess of Cambridge recently revealed her secrets to maintaining a dream figure.

Indeed, despite her three pregnancies, Kate Middleton is still very fit. So, go quickly below to discover its slimming secrets!

Kate Middleton’s slimming secrets to find the line

As summer begins to set in, you definitely want to lose a little bit of weight. The holidays are coming up fast. To make a splash on the beach with your new swimsuit, now is the time to get started.

If you do not yet know how to go about successfully finding the line, you can follow the example of Kate Middleton. Indeed, while the young woman is a mother of three children, she still sports a dream figure.

Many women dream of discovering his secret. We happen to know a little more about the Duchess of Cambridge’s slimming secrets. The latter called on a personal trainer after her last delivery. According to relatives of the young woman, the latter then follows a healthy and balanced diet.

No way for her to try the latest fad diets. His coach has prepared a complete food program for him, without any restrictions. The latter also returned to the sport. It is therefore a program that everyone can follow at home.

What are Kate Middleton’s eating habits to keep the line?

Don’t worry, even if you can’t afford a personal trainer, you’ll be able to get back in shape perfectly. So, you will have understood, to succeed in losing weight, Kate Middleton had to change her eating habits.

This is a change you will need to make too. We also know a little more about the diet of the young woman. According to those close to her, Kate Middleton’s diet will be mainly composed of fresh fruits and vegetables but also lean meats for protein intake.

In this summer period, we can then imagine that the young woman will eat fresh salads. As far as meat is concerned, you will then have to opt for chicken or turkey instead. You can also let yourself be tempted by white fish which do not contain many calories.

You too can get rid of your few extra pounds by following the same diet as Kate Middleton. It’s just a matter of motivation. All you have to do is go shopping!

The sports habits of Kate Middleton’s slimming program

If Kate Middleton’s personal trainer made her change her eating habits, that’s not all. Indeed, the young woman also had to get back to sport. Sport and diet are complementary when you start losing weight. You should therefore not neglect either of these two aspects. The Duchess of Cambridge therefore has a new sports routine to follow. The latter then performs several sports sessions per week. To succeed in losing weight, we advise you to carry out mainly cardio sessions.

These should be supplemented by muscle strengthening sessions. With cardio, you will burn the most calories. Then, muscle building will allow you to tone your body. To obtain visible results, you will need to perform at least three sports sessions. The most important thing is to be regular. The objective sought is not performance. You know what you have to do to follow the same diet as Kate Middleton!



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