“Everybody knows that Anthony Weiner’s sex scandal has not hurt him up till now. In fact, it may have propelled him into one of the top two seats, says the political commentator and media personality. Sex scandal actually has helped him because everybody knows who he is.
The condition occurs most often in women but is also found in men. Many individuals with bulimia, ashamed of their strange habits, do not seek help until they reach their thirties or forties. By this time, their eating behavior is deeply ingrained and more difficult to change.
In Melbourne today, many government funded schools now exclude student applicants from disadvantaged suburbs. The Gonski Report was supposed to level out the playing field but with Government refusing to fully fund that report’s recommendations, its commendable ambitions have been made a mockery. In Yallambie, you might pay a premium to rent or buy a house that falls within the “zone” of the so called better of the local government schools but still find your children excluded if your house falls a few millimetres outside the zone on a map.
“If the White House and the Department of Defense really want the United States to focus more on the Asia Pacific region, as they claim to, then it makes sense to shift resources toward maritime forces,” writes Cindy Williams in Foreign Affairs. “Wars in that region are more likely to be fought at sea than on land. Moreover, if the United States is planning to avoid future stability and counterinsurgency operations, like those in Afghanistan and Iraq, which require large numbers of boots on the ground over multiple rotations, then the military will need considerably fewer ground forces.
Chester charity shop raising funds to research link between deafness and dementiaPop up shop is partnership between Deafness Support Network and University of Sheffield16:11, 18 NOV 2014Updated15:04, 24 NOV 2014L R: Fund raiser Jennifer Johnson, manager Gill Reeder and Sheffield University researcher Jenna Littlejohn Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailBags of Memory, Chester’s newest Christmas charity shop, opened at the city’s Forum Shopping Centre last week.The store is dedicated to raising funds for research into the link between deafness and dementia.The Deafness Support Network (DSN), the Chester based charity behind the project, will channel funds raised at the charity shop over the next six weeks directly to the research project being delivered by DSN in partnership with the University of Sheffield.Speaking at the store’s opening, DSN’s fundraising manager, Sarah Halliwell, said: “Studies have shown that one in six of the population is affected by hearing loss which can have a profound impact on their lives.”People with mild hearing loss are twice as likely to develop dementia this risk increases significantly in those with moderate to severe hearing loss.”We are working with the University of Sheffield to investigate the possible link and we want to raise funds to further develop this crucial research area. In fact, one of our research team, PHD student Jenna Littlejohn is here at the shop today to help us launch Bags of Memory.”The new store features vintage gifts and homeware, scarves and antiques, all of which have been donated to the charity.Sarah said: “DSN are really excited by Bags of Memory, we have some fantastic vintage gifts and accessories. Many of the donations are completely unique someone even donated a genuine vintage Mulberry bag!”But we urgently need more donations of bags, scarves and accessories to help us raise as much as possible we would love people to drop their donations off at the shop.