Nintendo Switch Online App Launches

first_img It’s available now in the Android and iOS app stores, but don’t expect it to do anything useful just yet. We need Splatoon 2 to launch for that to happen. The only list that measures privately-held company performance across multiple dimensions—not just revenue. Matthew Humphries Nintendo is taking its time rolling out a full online service for the Switch. What we have now is a free, but limited service, with the promise of the paid-subscription version appearing in 2018. There’s also the Nintendo Switch Online App, which Nintendo quietly rolled out a few days early this week.It’s available for both iOS and Android devices and promises to, “help enhance your online gameplay experience on Nintendo Switch.” More specifically, Nintendo intends to offer features in the app on a per-game basis, but also promises to offer the ability to invite friends to play with you or to have voice chats.For now, anyone downloading the app is likely only going to see a maintenance page. However, we can look forward and see what’s coming with the first game to fully support it being Nintendo’s own Splatoon 2.Splatoon 2 will be supported at launch through the app using SplatNet 2. It allows you to view your stats for past online matches, as well as your single-player records and overall ranking. There’s also the ability to order special Splatoon 2 gear in the shop and see which online multiplayer stages will be available and when.Nintendo will allow you to send play invitations and chat with friends as promised, but also share all of your stats by linking the app and SplatNet 2 into your social media accounts. So expect a lot of Splatoon 2 auto-generated Facebook posts and tweets appearing after the game launches on July 21. Apply Now » Image credit: Nintendo via PC Mag Add to Queue 2 min read July 19, 2017center_img Nintendo 2019 Entrepreneur 360 List This story originally appeared on PCMag –shares Senior Editor Next Article Nintendo Switch Online App Launcheslast_img read more

Johnson Johnson to Cut 3000 jobs in Medical Devices Division

first_img –shares Johnson & Johnson to Cut 3,000 jobs in Medical Devices Division Healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson said it would cut about 3,000 jobs within its medical devices division, or between 4 percent and 6 percent of the unit’s global workforce, over the next two years.The company said on Tuesday that it expected to record pre-tax restructuring charges of $2 billion to $2.4 billion in connection with these plans, of which about $600 million will be recorded in the fourth quarter of 2015.Leerink analysts said the announcement meant that an acquisition was still on the cards for J&J, given that it had about $37 billion in cash as of the end of the third quarter.”We continue to believe J&J is an active acquirer with a focus likely heavily weighted toward it’s lagging Medical Devices business…it’s a matter of when, not if, J&J does a deal”, they wrote in a note.J&J also reiterated its full-year 2015 forecast, and said the restructuring in the devices business move would not impact the $10 billion share repurchase program.The company said the restructuring would affect its orthopaedics, surgery and cardiovascular businesses within the larger medical devices unit.The consumer medical devices, vision care and diabetes care, part of the same division, would not be affected, J&J said.The restructuring is expected to result in annualized pre-tax cost savings of $800 million to $1 billion, J&J said. Most of these savings are expected by the end of 2018, including about $200 million in 2016.New Brunswick, N.J.-based J&J currently employs about 60,000 within its medical devices unit, part of a global workforce of about 127,000.The Band-Aid maker is expected to report its fourth quarter results on Jan. 26.The company’s shares rose about 1 percent to $98.25 in premarket trading.(Reporting by Natalie Grover in Bengaluru; Editing by Ted Kerr, Robin Paxton and Savio D’Souza) Layoffs Learn how to successfully navigate family business dynamics and build businesses that excel. Free Webinar | July 31: Secrets to Running a Successful Family Business Image credit: Reuters | Rick Wilking Reuters center_img 2 min read This story originally appeared on Reuters Next Article January 19, 2016 Register Now » Add to Queuelast_img read more

Pancakes Check Out These Deals and Freebies for National Pancake Day 2016

first_imgFood This story originally appeared on Fortune Magazine Next Article –shares 3 min read Fireside Chat | July 25: Three Surprising Ways to Build Your Brand Add to Queue Pancakes! Check Out These Deals and Freebies for National Pancake Day 2016. Chris Morris America may be fractured on a number of issues these days, but there’s one thing we can all stand behind: Pancakes are delicious.On March 8, we celebrate this fine breakfast food (that sometimes works just as well for other meals) on National Pancake Day. It’s a day that’s largely identified with IHOP, though other restaurants have gotten in on the action as well.GoBankingRates has a complete list of restaurants offering deals, but here’s a list of some of the best bargains you can expect:IHOPThis is ground central for free pancakes. The chain hands out a complimentary short stack of buttermilk pancakes to anyone who wants one from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. It’s also the company’s biggest philanthropic effort of the year. Guests are encouraged to donate what they would have spent for that meal to the Children’s Miracle Network Hospital. If they make a donation of $5 or more, they’ll get a coupon good for $5 off their next visit. That’s basically two meals for free for a token charitable donation.And in Chamblee, Ga., IHOP patrons could have their pancakes made by Miss America.Waffle HouseWaffles may be considered the arch-rival of pancakes, but Waffle House isn’t letting the day go by unnoticed. Guests who visit March 8 can use this coupon for a free order of hash browns. (You’ll have to pay extra to get ’em scattered, smothered, and covered, though.)Denny’sDenny’s doesn’t formally recognize National Pancake Day, but it’s not going to cede the day’s breakfast business to IHOP. The chain is offering 20 percent off a party’s entire check with this downloadable coupon.Peet’s Coffee & TeaOnce again, you’ll need to print a coupon, but the chain that predates Starbuck’s is offering half off of any beverage between noon and 5 p.m. now through March 9. And there’s not much that goes better with pancakes than a piping hot cup of coffee.Noah’s New York Bagels/Einstein Bros. BagelsPrefer your breakfast starches a bit more portable? These two bagel chains (which are owned by the same parent company) are making it a little cheaper. Both have coupons offering 20 percent off of your purchase. The Noah’s coupon expires on March 8, while Einstein Bros. gives you until the 16th to get a schmear. Enroll Now for $5 Learn from renowned serial entrepreneur David Meltzer how to find your frequency in order to stand out from your competitors and build a brand that is authentic, lasting and impactful. March 8, 2016last_img read more

UMN study shows impact of opioids on pain and survival in sickle

first_img Source:https://www.med.umn.edu/news-events/university-minnesota-researchers-study-effect-chronic-opioid-therapy-pain-and-survival-sickle-cell-disease Reviewed by James Ives, M.Psych. (Editor)Apr 3 2019New UMN research recently published Blood Advances, Kalpna Gupta, PhD, Professor of Medicine, University of Minnesota Medical School, demonstrates the impact of opioids on the survival of humanized mouse models with sickle cell disease, compared to normal mice.Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) affects millions of people throughout the world. The genetic disease worsens over time and can cause lifelong pain. Given the often severe nature of the pain associated with SCD opioid use is a rule not an exception for treatment. The mice in this study showed characteristics of pain observed in patients with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD).Related StoriesAlternate cell growth pathway could open door to new treatments for metastatic cancersNanoparticles used to deliver CRISPR gene editing tools into the cellSleep quality and fatigue among women with premature ovarian insufficiency”We wanted to know if opioids reduce survival,” said Gupta. “There was a distinct difference in survival with morphine treatment between control mice expressing normal human hemoglobin and sickle mice expressing human sickle hemoglobin.” Gupta and her colleagues found that chronic morphine treatment decreased survival in control mice, but not in sickle mice.Adverse effects of opioids from clinical studies in cancer show the association of opioid requirement with reduced survival. Patients with SCD have reduced survival. Since many use opioids long-term, it is critical to know if opioids reduce survival in SCD and if they are really required. Researchers also looked into whether opioids caused hyperalgesia, a condition where a person develops an increased sensitivity to pain. They found that chronic morphine treatment leads to hyperalgesia in sickle mice, but does not lead to analgesic tolerance.”Our findings show that opioids cause hyperalgesia, which means they do cause pain, and that is why there is an increased requirement of morphine as the time goes by, it may not due to the reward function.” This study provides evidence for the first time that opioid requirement in SCD may be genuine and is not causing an adverse effect on survival and that even after long-term use opioids continue to remain effective in treating pain.According to Gupta, it would be critical to perform observational analysis on SCD patients receiving opioids to validate these findings, so that their pain can be managed effectively without opioid phobia amongst the providers. Until alternatives to opioids are found, pain needs to be treated with opioids. However, this study in humanized sickle mice also highlights the unmet need to develop effective analgesics to treat pain in SCD and in many other conditions.last_img read more

Peanut allergy tolerance treatment may increase the risk of anaphylaxis

first_imgBy Sally Robertson, B.Sc.Apr 26 2019Reviewed by Kate Anderton, B.Sc. (Editor)Treating children who have a peanut allergy by gradually exposing them to increasing levels of peanut extract may actually increase their risk of allergic attacks, instead of inducing tolerance, warn researchers from McMaster University.The team found that efforts to desensitize children with peanut oral immunotherapy resulted in three times as many allergic reactions in the “real- world,” compared with peanut avoidance.Children who tried the desensitization method also had more severe reactions, including potentially fatal anaphylactic reactions that required administration of life-saving adrenaline.More than six million people are affected by food allergies across Europe and North America, most of whom are children. While children often grow out of the more common egg or milk allergies by the age of ten, a peanut allergy can persist into adulthood and be a lifelong problem.What is oral immunotherapy?Previous research has suggested that oral immunotherapy, where allergic children are gradually exposed to increasing levels of peanut extract, can desensitize a child to peanuts, reducing their risk of anaphylaxis.Researchers say that despite an increased risk of reactions during the initial exposure phase, the ultimate benefits could last a lifetime. Findings from a study last year provided the most convincing evidence to date that the exposure method can stop peanut ingestion triggering a fatal reaction.However, studies assessing the effectiveness of oral immunotherapy measure the treatment’s success by whether a person can pass a supervised food challenge. Dr. Derek Chu (McMaster University) and colleagues point out that this cannot serve as a predictive measure of a person’s future risk in the real world.The treatment may not work in the ‘real-world’Through the analysis of findings from 12 trials, Chu and team questioned whether the results of desensitization studies can be replicated in the real world and have raised concerns about the safety of such approaches. The research was published in The Lancet. Oral immunotherapy is an emerging experimental treatment for peanut allergy, but its benefits and harms are unclear. We systematically reviewed the efficacy and safety of oral immunotherapy versus allergen avoidance or placebo (no oral immunotherapy) for peanut allergy.”Dr. Derek Chu Safer peanut allergy treatment approaches and rigorous randomised controlled trials that evaluate patient-important outcomes are needed.”center_img The team pooled data available for more than 1,000 children (aged an average of nine years) who had participated in oral immunotherapy trials and whose progress had been followed for one year.“Our study synthesizes all randomized clinical trials comparing peanut oral immunotherapy to no immunotherapy in order to generate the highest quality evidence to inform decision-making,” says Chu.The analysis found that 22.2% of children who underwent oral immunotherapy therapy experienced anaphylactic reactions, compared with 7% who avoided exposure to peanuts.Serious allergic reactions that led to vomiting, hives, abdominal pain, wheezing and asthma were all increased, including potentially fatal attacks where life-saving adrenaline needed to be given.The findings favor avoidance of overall current forms of oral immunotherapy and suggest that children who avoid peanuts altogether have fewer attacks overall.‘More allergic and adverse reactions’Chu adds that although the exposure method can achieve the aim of desensitization, “this outcome does not translate into achieving the clinical and patient-desired aim of less allergic reactions and anaphylaxis over time.”Instead, the outcome is the opposite, he says, with “more allergic and adverse reactions with oral immunotherapy compared with avoidance or placebo.”Chu emphasizes that the study does not denounce current research into oral immunotherapy, but that the method should be more carefully considered, with improvements in safety made and measures of success being aligned with patients’ wishes.last_img read more

Amazon primed to hire 2000 new employees in France

Explore further US online shopping giant Amazon said Thursday it plans to create 2,000 permanent full-time jobs in France this year as consumers are making more and more of their purchases via the internet. © 2018 AFP “The jobs are at all levels of skills” even if “the overwhelming majority of the positions are for fulfilling orders,” Amazon’s director in France Frederic Duval told AFP.The new jobs will be across Amazon’s distribution centres in France, as well as its offices in the Paris region, and take overall staff to 7,500.Amazon said it has invested more than two billion euros ($2.5 billion) in France since 2010 and created more than 1,500 jobs in France last year.However Amazon, along with other US tech companies, has also been at loggerheads with French authorities over taxes as they structure sales to pass through other European countries where tax rates are lower.Amazon announced earlier this month it had reached an agreement with French tax authorities under which it will now register French sales in France. The 2,000 new jobs will take Amazon’s overall workforce in France to 7,500 Amazon hammers out tax deal with France Citation: Amazon primed to hire 2,000 new employees in France (2018, February 15) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-02-amazon-primed-hire-employees-france.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. read more

Five reasons why robots wont take over the world

Robots that can learn like humans Credit: Shutterstock Citation: Five reasons why robots won’t take over the world (2018, April 18) retrieved 18 July 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2018-04-robots-wont-world.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Provided by The Conversation Scientists are known for making dramatic predictions about the future – and sinister robots are once again in the spotlight now that artificial intelligence has become a marketing tool for all sorts of different brands. 1. Human-like handsScientists are far from replicating the complexity of human hands. The hands of robots that are used today in real applications are clumsy. The more sophisticated hands developed in labs are not robust enough and lack the dexterity of human hands. Comparison of a human hand with a robotic one. Credit: Wikimedia, CC BY At the end of World War Two, it was stated that flying cars were just around the corner and that all energy problems would be solved by fusion energy by the end of the 20th century. But decades on, we don’t seem much closer to either of those predictions coming true. So what’s with all this talk – fuelled by the likes of space baron, Elon Musk – about robots taking over the world? Pessimists predict that robots will jeopardise jobs across the globe, and not only in industrial production. They claim robot journalists, robot doctors and robot lawyers will replace human experts. And, as a consequence of a melting down middle class, there will be mass poverty and political instability. Optimists predict a new paradise where all the tedious problems of human relationships can be overcome by having a perfect life with easily replaceable robot partners, which will fulfil our basic needs as well as our deepest longings. And “work” will become an ancient concept. The pessimists, however, can relax and the optimists need to cool their boots. As experts in the field of robotics, we believe that robots will be much more visible in the future, but – at least over the next two decades – they will be clearly recognisable as machines. This is because there is still a long way to go before robots will be able to match a number of fundamental human skills. Here are five reasons why robots aren’t about to take over the world. This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. 5. Human reasonNot all of what is technically possible needs to be built. Human reason could decide not to fully develop such robots, because of their potential harm to society. If, in many decades from now, the technical problems mentioned above are overcome so that complex human-like robots could be built, regulations could still prevent misuse.Smooth out the edgesIn our research project, SMOOTH, we design robots that we hope will operate in elderly care institutions by 2022. These robots will be used to solve repetitive tasks involving human and robot interaction, such as transporting laundry and waste, offering water to people or guiding them to the breakfast table. It was necessary to simplify the robots as well as to carefully select the tasks they perform to ensure that they can be commercially viable products within four years.Our approach wasn’t to solve the first three problems of human-like hands, tactile perception and control of manipulation, but to avoid those robotic roadblocks. To address the fourth problem of human and robot interaction, we chose repetitive tasks to reduce complexity, since the expected interactions are – to a certain degree – predictable. Robots are a reality today in industry and they will appear in public spaces in more complex shapes than robot vacuum cleaners. But in the next two decades, robots will not be human-like, even if they might look like humans. Instead they will remain sophisticated machines. So you can stand down from any fear of a robot uprising in the near future. 2. Tactile perceptionThere is no technical match for the magnificent human and animal skin that encompasses a variety of tactile sensors. This perception is required for complex manipulation. Also, the software that processes the input from the sensors in robots is nowhere near as sophisticated as the human brain when it comes to interpretation and reaction to the messages received from the tactile sensors.3. Control of manipulationEven if we had artificial hands comparable to human hands and sophisticated artificial skin, we would still need to be able to design a way to control them to manipulate objects in a human-like way. Human children take years to do this and the learning mechanisms are not understood.4. Human and robot interactionThe interaction between humans is built on well-functioning speech and object recognition systems, as well as other sensors such as smell and taste and tactile sensing. While there has been significant progress in speech and object recognition, today’s systems can still only be used in rather controlled environments when a high degree of performance is required. Explore further read more

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So,上海419论坛Ramona,The Fosston Fire Department,上海龙凤419Margret, is the author of ‘Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from I Wish to I Do’ releasing on January 7 2015 You can get a free chapter and see more at wwwlovefactuallyco Take it from me: Theres nothing better than waking up next to your forever sweetheart But I speak from experience when I say theres little worse than trying to find him if you dont know what youre doing For many years I struggled and got my heart broken Finally it occurred to me: Im a science nerd Havent some other nerds studied the foundation of successful relationships And if so could I game the data and make it work for me Yes and yes Heres what I did and how you can do it too I Stopped Thinking Love Was Enough Love Is All You Need makes for a great song but not a workable life plan BS (Before Science) I fell in love and hoped everything would work out; after all isnt it true that if you have love youve got it all Lots of folks think so Most Americans list love as the main or only reason for marriage and thats a trend found throughout the Western world But that doesnt always pan out so well; just consider the 47% divorce rate for first marriages and the 75% divorce rate for couples where both partners brought children to the union Or consider my own divorce I loved my ex; but it didnt save us Im not suggesting love is unimportant All over the world love is literally considered indispensable in a life mate And folks who dont love their mate tend to cheat or leave So dont marry without it But science now shows that love is "necessary but not sufficient" required but not the only requirement I Started Valuing The Right Stuff Fortunately 4+ decades of research showed me whats absolutely necessary in a partner if you want your marriage to be long and happy: kindness respect and similarity As Dave Barry said "A person whos nice to you but rude to the waiter is not a nice person" Science couldnt agree more In fact its impossible to overstate the importance of finding and being someone kind and respectful not only to us but to others even when things arent going their way The wrong partner takes their bad day out on others; the right one exercises self-control and treats us well anyway Research in 37 countries and cultures also shows its also vital to find someone as similar to us as possible People dont argue over the ways theyre alike In one big study scientists listed the most common things couples argue over and every topic began with the word "differences" Choosing birds of a feather will make your whole life happier whereas opposites detract The surprising way to get similarity Make a list of everything you want in a partner and then divide it into your Must-Haves and Desirables Must-Haves are just that things without which this relationship is a no-go Desirables are things youd love to have but if the guy was otherwise golden you could happily compromise The List helps you get someone similar to you because as it happens most folks end up describing themselves Those are the best standards you can have I did all this and Vic was a total mesh and mensch My every day is happy because I can be myself and know he loves that and versa-vice I Stopped Doing First Things Last Right now America is smack-dab in the middle of hook-up culture a nebulous way of getting involved where people start with some level of sexual activity then fall in love (or not) and only then examine whether theyre compatible This is a problem for at least two reasons First as weve already seen we can fall in love with someone wrong for us And second hooking up can make it much likelier that women will fall for Mr Wrong while simultaneously prodding men to remain emotionally detached In one study fully 75% of women in a hook-up scenario said they were having a tough time keeping their emotional distance but 75% of men said just the opposite Falling in love with the right one and having him love us back means reversing the hook-up process So I did I made a list of what I wanted in a mate; I screened for kindness respect and similarity before allowing myself to fall deeply in love; and I made sure sex happened after everything else I gave myself the gift of using the best odds in the right order I Started Nurturing Realistic Hope Feeling hopeless I know I did In fact Vic and I met when I was so disheartened from a prior break-up I wanted to hole up and eat Little Debbies til the end of time But science taught me that hope is the realistic attitude when it comes to finding and keeping love Most people find a permanent mate; and twice as many married people are very happy than people who are living together single divorced or widowed Finding and keeping one good marriage partner makes people healthier wealthier happier more accomplished more sexually active and satisfied and even longer-lived Id always wanted all of that; who wouldnt If all these other people could do it why not me Why not you Plus when were hopeless it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy; we dont make the effort because we dont see the point I also ditched the "There are no good men" line of thinking Im a pretty good person and Ill bet you are too And you can expect to attract what you offer In fact finding and marrying our equal is so common theres a scientific term for it: the matching phenomenon So I knew that if I had good stuff to offer it was entirely reasonable to hold out for someone who had that good stuff in return Vic and I are true peers seeing eye to eye and loving each other to the core I Stopped Expecting Dating To Be Fun & I Started Going Out Whether or Not I Felt Like It Science also taught me something else about hope: When we work toward our goals especially when the task isnt necessarily fun hope grows stronger So instead of waiting for hope to grow or expecting dating to always be fun I took action and watched my attitude follow Specifically I developed a policy of going out anytime someone asked me regardless of my desire to date Despite a terrible break-up just prior to meeting Vic I said yes when he asked to see me Heres where Im supposed to say we lived happily ever after And its true; just not in the "head over heels from the day we met" kind of way See Im in an arranged marriage I arranged it through science instead of kin Tired of being hurt I learned everything I could about finding and keeping love and I applied it I persevered no matter how disappointed or heartbroken Id been because I learned to look at dating as a process not unlike job interviews; I needed someone fantastic for the job of My Life Partner and I needed to work for as long as it took until I found him and he found me right back I nurtured hope which is realistic instead of pessimism which is fatalistic I showed men I liked them but I didnt let my heart go until they matched me and loved me first I applied the science much as a loving family might apply their standards levelly and coolly to choose a mate for their beloved grown child I didnt marry for love I married for a good match in every important regard plus kindness respect similarity and love I got what research shows people tend to get from that: a love that started slowly and has built every year Vic and I are coming up on our seventh wedding anniversary I love him more now than the day we wed and more every year than the year before Upshot When I met the love of my life I didnt choose him for romantic reasons at first I chose him because the science said to The romance followed stronger and stronger and we will love each other for a lifetime I wish the same for you This article originally appeared on xoJanecom Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editors where he was met with “instant” support, Central Command began airstrikes against the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS). adding $18. 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