“There’s, really, an existential threat on football. Let’s face it, youth football is under serious threats right now,” said Dr. Brian Hainline, the NCAA’s chief medical officer since 2013. “If the NCAA and the NFL can get together and say, ‘Look, let’s really focus on safety on this level,’ I think it can also have an impact on high school and youth football.” While the NFL and NCAA have taken several steps to make football safer in recent years, they have not done so in concert. But Hainline and Dr. Allen Sills, the NFL’s chief medical officer, are longtime colleagues and hope to begin more collaboration. And some of the studies that each side has been working on are now a few years old and have results that can be shared. “We’re doing research that’s different than what they do, and they’re doing research that’s different than what we do,” Hainline said Friday. “The … [Read more...] about NFL teams share data with the NCAA to make the sport safer
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News Arguably one of the best destinations in the world, a trip to the spectacular World Heritage Site of the Galapagos islands is like no other. A naturalists dream, this unique archipelago of 19 islands can be found just over 600 miles off of the west coast of South America, in the Pacific Ocean and is home to many of the world’s most unique animals such as giant tortoises, marine iguanas, waved albatrosses and sea lions, to name but a few. Many of the animals are very relaxed and not easily disturbed by humans so it’s a really safe place for all ages to explore. In fact, incredible up-close encounters are the norm here! Snorkelling is an absolute must when visiting this amazing destination…..a glimpse beneath the surface of the Pacific will reveal an underwater world that will intrigue and astound, with 25% of the rare species of marine animals of the Galapagos islands being found nowhere else on this planet! Our Travel Auctions Sort Bypopularlatestending Also … [Read more...] about 10 Of The Best Cruise Ships For Exploring The Galapagos
Thomas Fuller, New York Times 11:07 am PDT, Saturday, April 6, 2019 Jake Orta hauls a bag filled with discarded items out of an alley in San Francisco on Jan. 25, 2019. A military veteran who fell into homelessness and now lives in government subsidized housing, Orta is a full-time trash picker, part of an underground economy in San Francisco of people who work the sidewalks in front of multi-million-dollar homes, rummaging for things they can sell. (Jim Wilson/The New York Times) less Jake Orta hauls a bag filled with discarded items out of an alley in San Francisco on Jan. 25, 2019. A military veteran who fell into homelessness and now lives in government subsidized housing, Orta is a ... more Photo: Jim Wilson, NYT Photo: Jim Wilson, NYT Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 … [Read more...] about In San Francisco, making a living from your billionaire neighbor’s trash
By Marcy de Luna Updated 12:08 pm CST, Friday, January 25, 2019 The seafood grab and go concept opens Saturday. The seafood grab and go concept opens Saturday. Photo: Courtesy Photo: Courtesy Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Image 1 of 17 The seafood grab and go concept opens Saturday. The seafood grab and go concept opens Saturday. Photo: Courtesy H-E-B's first-ever seafood venue, Texas Boil House opens in Houston this weekend 1 / 17 Back to Gallery Houston is getting the first-ever H-E-B True Texas Boil House. The seafood grab and go concept, located on the front patio of the H-E-B location at 10100 Beechnut, opens its doors Saturday, a representative for the company tells Chron.com … [Read more...] about H-E-B’s first-ever seafood venue, Texas Boil House opens in Houston this weekend
Paul F. P. Pogue Angie’s List Published 5:53 PM EST Jan 24, 2019 You get what you pay for, as the saying goes, and there are some areas where you shouldn’t skimp on quality — building materials and contractor services, for example. When you cut corners in important areas, you’ll typically end up paying a lot more in the long run. You might have higher operating costs, have to pay extra to fix the mistakes made the first time around or replace something years before you should have to. –– Insulation. Properly insulating your home improves comfort, increases energy efficiency and reduces heating and cooling costs. According to the Energy Star program, 9 out of 10 American homes are under-insulated, so this is an easy way to boost efficiency. Aim for the highest R value achievable within your budget. –– Caulk. Less expensive caulking materials aren’t as flexible as higher-quality options, and they typically won’t adhere to … [Read more...] about Angie’s List: Splurging for the best materials?