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22% off 4 person premium 72 hour survival kit backpack - deal alert

If you like to be prepared for the unexpected, consider this 4-person premium survival kit for disasters and emergency preparedness, which contains enough food, water and emergency supplies to last a family of 4 for 72 hours. Over 245 pieces that meet or exceed Red Cross guidelines for preparedness are packaged neatly in packs. The included food and water are U.S. Coast Guard certified, and the kit contains a hard-shell Lifeline First Aid kit and LifeGear LED Flashlight. Its typical list price of $179.95 has been reduced 22% to $139.95. See this deal now on Amazon.This story, "22% off 4 Person Premium 72 Hour Survival Kit Backpack - Deal Alert" was originally published by
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flower-rich habitats increase survival of bumblebee families

New research led by the UK's Centre for Ecology & Hydrology has revealed for the first time that flower-rich habitats are key to enhancing the survival of bumblebee families between years.

improving lamb survival | farming futures

A structured, farm specific management plan can successfully improve lamb survival. Lamb size is one of the largest risk factors for reduced lamb survival. Lambs born too small have a reduced ability to stay warm and suckle, yet those born too big have an increased likelihood of undergoing birthing trauma.  The development of a bond between the ewe and lamb should be encouraged as early as possible after lambing to ensure acceptance of the lamb. A good provision of well-trained labour is imperative in the lambing period to ensure that any problems are picked up and dealt with as soon as possible. Future research will focus on the genetics of lamb survival to aid in the development of selection for this trait in breeding programmes. A recent European scientific review has evaluated availabl

the government’s green energy incubator fights for survival in the age of trump

This week, ARPA-E is showing off far-out ways to cool, heat, convert, conserve, and invent energy—all of which could be on the chopping block. The post The Government's Green Energy Incubator Fights for Survival in the Age of Trump appeared first on WIRED.

how ai, machine learning will impact tech recruiting

Artificial intelligence and machine learning already make a huge impact on the way we watch movies and television, shop, and travel, but how will these new technology advancements affect you as a sourcing or recruiting professional?It all comes down to being able to quickly analyze huge amounts of data and make decisions and predictions based on that, says Summer Husband, senior director, data science, at Randstad Sourceright, in a presentation at SourceCon, in Anaheim, Calif, last week.Survival analysisIn a healthcare setting, Husband says, algorithms can be used to perform survival analysis, a machine learning technique that analyzes time to an event, such as a patient’s expected time before recurrence of a disease or a death.This process was developed for medical situations and it’s a g

not now, not ever domestic violence report: five achievements, five issues

In 2015, 140 recommendations were laid out in the Not Now, Not Ever report to tackle domestic and family violence from three fronts: culture and attitude, police response and the justice system.The report was prepared by the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland, chaired by The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce who this week finalised her second annual progress report on the recommendations.Family's second house fireVideo duration01:17Previous slideNext slideVideo duration02:45Patea's repeated DV breachesPatea's repeated DV breachesLionel Patea breached numerous protection orders and attacked Tara Brown multiple times before finally murdering her on the Gold Coast. Nine NewsFamily's second house fireVideo duration01:17Video duration01:17Family's second house fireFamil

not now, not ever domestic violence report: five achievements, five issues

In 2015, 140 recommendations were laid out in the Not Now, Not Ever report to tackle domestic and family violence from three fronts: culture and attitude, police response and the justice system.The report was prepared by the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland, chaired by The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce who this week finalised her second annual progress report on the recommendations.Family's second house fireVideo duration01:17Previous slideNext slideVideo duration02:45Patea's repeated DV breachesPatea's repeated DV breachesLionel Patea breached numerous protection orders and attacked Tara Brown multiple times before finally murdering her on the Gold Coast. Nine NewsFamily's second house fireVideo duration01:17Video duration01:17Family's second house fireFamil

parliamentary panel suggests bsnl-mtnl merger for long-term survival

A Parliamentary panel has suggested merger of state-run telecom firms Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited (BSNL) and Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) for their long-term survival.The Committee on Petitions, chaired by BJP MP Bhagat Singh Koshyari, in its report tabled in Lok Sabha today, said that it is of the "considered opinion that for the long-term survival and success, merger of MTNL and BSNL would be a good proposition..."Their merger would give both the entities a chance for competing against private sector players, it added.The committee was formed to look into representation received by BJP MP Arvind Sawant regarding improvement in services provided by BSNL and MTNL.The Department of Telecom (DoT) informed the panel that both the public sector firms are in financial losses and ar

the five most urgent steps to stop women being killed

In 2015, 140 recommendations were laid out in the Not Now, Not Ever report to tackle domestic and family violence from three fronts: culture and attitude, police response and the justice system.The report was prepared by the Special Taskforce on Domestic and Family Violence in Queensland, chaired by The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce who this week finalised her second annual progress report on the recommendations.Family's second house fireVideo duration01:17Previous slideNext slideVideo duration02:45Patea's repeated DV breachesPatea's repeated DV breachesLionel Patea breached numerous protection orders and attacked Tara Brown multiple times before finally murdering her on the Gold Coast. Nine NewsFamily's second house fireVideo duration01:17Video duration01:17Family's second house fireFamil

minority colorectal cancer patients report higher burden of poor quality-of-life

IMAGE: This is Michelle Hildebrandt, Ph.D.
view more Credit: MD Anderson Cancer CenterHOUSTON - A study of racial disparities in health-related quality of life of colorectal cancer patients revealed among several findings, that Hispanics and blacks had a higher burden of poor health-related quality-of-life (HR-QoL) than white patients and that poor HR-QoL resulted in shorter median survival. Yet Hispanics had an average survival time of 85.4 months as compared to blacks at 47.8 months and whites at 43.2 months.The study, led by Michelle Hildebrandt, Ph.D., assistant professor of Epidemiology at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, followed up on a prior MD Anderson survey that observed lower HR-QoL scores among minorities compared to white colorectal patients. The research

survival instinct, not family bonds, weave massive spider colonies together

Spiders will live in groups if environmental conditions make it too difficult for single mothers to go it alone, new research shows.

cody gribble's on-course alligator stunt

Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin Trudeau'Video duration01:18Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:51Golfer casually moves Alligator off courseGolfer casually moves Alligator off courseCody Gribble gets an alligator off the course at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida like it's no big deal.Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin Trudeau'Video duration01:18Video duration01:18Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin ...Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin Trudeau'Friends star Matthew Perry says he's "not proud" of beating up Canada's future Prime minister (whose father Pierre happened to be PM at the time) back when they were schoolmates.Camera crew caught in Etna explosionVideo duration00:40Video duration00:40Camera crew caught in Etna explosionCamera crew caught in Etna e

bbc interview kid marion is now a bonafide internet star

Golfer casually moves Alligator off courseVideo duration00:51Previous slideNext slideVideo duration01:01Robert Kelly's viral video interviewRobert Kelly's viral video interviewIn the days since their children crashed a live BBC interview, Professor Robert Kelly and his wife Jung-A Kim say they have had to switch their phones off and avoid social media.Golfer casually moves Alligator off courseVideo duration00:51Video duration00:51Golfer casually moves Alligator off courseGolfer casually moves Alligator off courseCody Gribble gets an alligator off the course at the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Florida like it's no big deal.Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin Trudeau'Video duration01:18Video duration01:18Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin ...Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin

bbc team dodges 'burning boulders' fleeing volcanic explosion on mount etna

A BBC reporter dodged "burning boulders and boiling steam" as she and a group of others fled a volcanic explosion in Italy that injured up to 10 people.Mount Etna on the island of Sicily erupted on Thursday, causing magma to flow into snow that led to a violent explosion, which sent stones and rocks flying, emergency services said.Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin Trudeau'Video duration01:18Previous slideNext slideVideo duration00:40Camera crew caught in Etna explosionCamera crew caught in Etna explosionTen people were injured in a volcanic explosion captured by a BBC film crew on Europe's most active volcano.Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin Trudeau'Video duration01:18Video duration01:18Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin ...Matthew Perry admits he 'beat up Justin Trudeau'

parenting is always challenging, do we need a license for being a parent?

We need a licence as a proof of qualification for driving, teaching, doctoring and many more things. We believe that these things require professional qualification because it’ll be dangerous to have unqualified people perform these jobs.Parenting is not an easy job. How a child is raised shape the kind of person they become in future. But despite the fact that parents have a very great impact on their children, no license is needed for being a parent.Even the basic needs for a child can be a great challenge for parents.You must have heard about the many sleepless nights a parent has to get over when their baby wakes up in the middle of the night crying for food; or the many times a toddler just want to be held in the arms instead of walking in the street even though the parent is already

the life-saving treatment that’s being thrown in the trash

Enlarge/ A little needlework and blood has never looked better.© MaricorMaricar @ Handsome FrankShare this storyTransplanted umbilical cord blood can be used to treat or cure more than 80 conditions, from leukemia to sickle-cell disease. For Mosaic, Bryn Nelson follows the story of one man, Chris. After being diagnosed with leukemia in his early 40s, his best chance of survival comes in the form of blood from three babies he’ll never meet, nor even know the names of. This article was first published by Wellcome on Mosaic and is republished here under a Creative Commons license.A few hours before beginning chemotherapy, a man named Chris faces his cellphone camera with a mischievous smile and describes a perfectly absurd milestone at 1:37pm on a Wednesday. “There is no more beautiful moment

the life-saving treatment that’s being thrown in the trash

Enlarge/ A little needlework and blood has never looked better.© MaricorMaricar @ Handsome FrankShare this storyTransplanted umbilical cord blood can be used to treat or cure more than 80 conditions, from leukemia to sickle-cell disease. For Mosaic, Bryn Nelson follows the story of one man, Chris. After being diagnosed with leukemia in his early 40s, his best chance of survival comes in the form of blood from three babies he’ll never meet, nor even know the names of. This article was first published by Wellcome on Mosaic and is republished here under a Creative Commons licence.TA few hours before beginning chemotherapy, a man named Chris faces his cellphone camera with a mischievous smile and describes a perfectly absurd milestone at 1.37pm on a Wednesday. “There is no more beautiful momen

narcosis: il survival horror subacqueo disponibile dal 28 marzo

Il genere survival horror sta senza dubbio vivendo un momento particolarmente interessante. Dopo Resident Evil 7, KONA e P.A.M.E.L.A. i videogiocatori potranno contare su Narcosis, avventura ambientata nelle profondità marine in uscita su PC e Xbox One a partire dal 28 marzo.Il team di sviluppo, Honor Code, è formato da persone che hanno lavorato a titoli molto noti - Assassin's Creed, Metal Gear Solid, Remember Me e Silent Hill -di conseguenza l'esperienza potrebbe rivelarsi davvero interessante. In Narcosis sarà necessario lasciarsi andare in sessioni di esplorazione sottomarine, il tutto caratterizzato da momenti in grado di tenere gli utenti sul filo del rasoio. I programmatori hanno sottolineato che l'avventura potrà essere affrontata anche utilizzando i visori di Realtà Virtuale Ocul

diversity improves problem-solving success: just ask songbirds

Humans seeking to improve their problem-solving and survival skills can learn a thing or two from an unlikely source—songbirds.

land of the haves and the have-nots

Hasn't Australia learnt anything lately? The US election. Brexit. Haven't we taken notice of the impetus for these implosions of government and community? Or are we just ogling the show, a nation of blissful babies captivated by someone else's mess? Smug and certain "That could never happen here". Now, however, with the Fair Work Commission's recent penalty rates decision rocking the cradle, the possibility of our own home-grown family feud may be closer than we think.For a country that prides itself on its "mateship", it's hard to reconcile the heartlessness of the decision to cut weekend and public holiday pay for hospitality, retail, and fast-food workers. It's estimated that individuals in these fields could expect up to a $6000 a year salary decrease as a result. To the politicians su

treatment of malignant brain tumor in children gets closer

DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma) is a rare malignant cerebral tumour in children. It has only a 1% 5-year survival rate, amongst other things because it is not possible to operate because the tumour is located in the brain stem. Danish researchers have now just published a study in an international journal, Nature Medicine, in which they have investigated the molecular mechanisms that could be the reason why the malignant tumour arises and develops.
"DIPG is a terrible disease with very poor survival. Before we can identify a treatment, we need to understand the mechanisms underlying the formation and growth of the tumour. We have now made a major step forward and we also have ideas for possible treatment," says Prof. Kristian Helin, Director of the Biotech Research and Innovation

a naked barbarian simulator saved funcom from bankruptcy

Eventually, Conan Exiles would prove to be that game, but the company didn't choose to develop it lightly. First, it took to SteamSpy to see what kind of games reached the numbers it would need for FunCom to survive. The team discovered that if they made a survival game that was only moderately successful, the company would be able to climb out of debt. "These games sell a lot, but they're not that high quality." Bylos explained. "We could definitely hit that bar." The goal, Bylos says, was to build a survival game that felt a little more like The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The company spent 13 months building the base game, releasing it on Steam Early Access in January. This early version of the game recouped the title's four-and-a-half-million-dollar development cost in less than a week.Fu

zombie gunship survival will blast the undead from above in may 2017

Zombie Gunship, first released in 2011, had an very interesting premise. Your goal was to fly around in an armed military aircraft and shoot at zombies on the ground with the use of 3D thermal imaging technology. This week, publisher Flare Games revealed that the long awaited sequel, Zombie Gunship Survival, will circle the skies to shoot at the undead in May 2017 for Android and iOS.See also:Best action games for Android!4 weeks agoThe launch date announcement was made via a teaser trailer for the game that got posted on YouTube:The game won’t just be about blowing up zombies to kingdom come on the battlefield. Players will also have to do their best to protect the (alive) ground troops from having their brains eaten by the zombie horde. Those survivors will also have to gather resources

tool helps evaluate likely outcomes for elderly patients with traumatic brain in

CHICAGO (March 3, 2017): Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is the leading cause of death for people age 45 and younger in the United States, but, as people live longer, this type of injury is becoming more prevalent in those 75 and older. Treatment and recovery of the elderly population is even more challenging for physicians and other caregivers because these patients are more likely to have other health issues that can complicate their recovery and rehabilitation.A team of investigators at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C., has developed a tool that accounts for variables such as age and severity of brain injury to help physicians and hospital staff calculate a patient's likelihood of survival and returning to independence after hospital discharge. They reported their findings in

cystic fibrosis patients live 10 years longer in canada than in the us

Enlarge/ Preschool age girl with cystic fibrosis sits with her mom while receiving a breathing treatment. Getty | Steve DebenportShare this storyJust over the northern border of the US, patients with the same devastating genetic condition—cystic fibrosis—are living an average of 10 years longer, researchers reported Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine.After adjusting for differences among patients’ overall health, disease severity, and clinical factors, a team of American and Canadian researchers found that cystic fibrosis patients’ median age of survival is 50.9 years in Canada and 40.6 years in the US. Though the study did not fully assess the causes for the “significant survival gap,” the researchers noted that better access to lung transplants and healthcare in general appeared t

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