The Northern New England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group is a voluntary research consortium composed of clinicians, research scientists and hospital administrators at the six regional institutions that are the sole providers of coronary revascularization in northern New England and one Massachusetts-based institution. The intent of the group is to foster continuous improvement in the quality of care of patients with cardiovascular disease in northern New England through the pooling of process and outcome data and the timely feedback of data to clinicians (18,19). Between January 1, 1994 and December 31, 1996, data were collected by 52 interventionists on 15,331 consecutive hospital admissions for a PCI. The capture rate of procedures was assessed by comparing forms submitted to the cardiac catheterization logs at each medical center. The capture rate was 98.6%. The deaths were validated by comparing the status at discharge recorded on the data collection form to that reported on hospital ...
Alexander Iribarne, Joseph D. Schmoker, David J. Malenka, Bruce J. Leavitt, Jock N. McCullough, Paul W. Weldner, Joseph P. DeSimone, Benjamin M. Westbrook, Reed D. Quinn, John D. Klemperer, Gerald L. Sardella, Robert S. Kramer, Elaine M. Olmstead and Anthony W. DiScipio for The Northern New England Cardiovascular Disease Study Group ...
New England Telephone & Telegraph Company (N.E.T.&T. Co.) was incorporated in the State of New York in 1883 by consolidation of The Bay State Telephone Co., The Boston & Northern Telephone Co., The Granite State Telephone Co., The National Bell Telephone Company of Maine, Suburban Telephone Co., Pioneer Telephone Co., Chesire Telephone Co., and The Telephone Despatch Company of Boston. It gained a controlling interest in smaller regional companies in New England including the Southern Massachusetts telephone Co. (1899) and Providence Telephone Co. (1912). The smaller companies were subsequently absorbed by N.E.T.&T.[2]. The company has no connection to an earlier New England Telephone and Telegraph Company, a short-lived company that dissolved in 1879, although at least through 1965 the legal business name of New England Telephone was The New England Telephone and Telegraph Company. It also had no connection to Southern New England Telephone (SNET) which covered Connecticut and small parts of ...
New Englands lack of growth via natural increases (greater numbers of births than deaths) is expected to continue, as the regions population becomes older than the rest of the countrys, with 44% of New England residents over age 45 compared to the countrys 41%. In fact, the three Northern New England states (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont) have the highest median ages in the country. Importantly, this aging trend means a large share of New England women are beyond childbearing age ...
The University of New England was originally established in 1938 as the New England University College, a College of the University of Sydney. It became fully independent in 1954.[2] The University of New England has undergone two major changes since 1989. The University of New England Act, 1989, created a network University consisting of: (i) a campus at Armidale, incorporating the former University of New England and the former Armidale College of Advanced Education; and (ii) a campus at Lismore, incorporating the former Northern Rivers College of Advanced Education. The following year the Orange Agricultural College joined the network University. The network also included the UNE-Coffs Harbour Centre, which provided courses from within academic departments of the Armidale and Lismore campuses.[5] The University of New England was re-formed once again, with legislation (The University of New England Act, 1993 and the Southern Cross University Act, 1993) passed by both Houses of the New South ...
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The Northern New England Cystic Fibrosis Consortium (NNECFC) was created to develop and share information and research concerning the care and treatment of cystic fibrosis in Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont.
Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, 546 U.S. 320 (2006), was a decision by the Supreme Court of the United States involving a facial challenge to New Hampshires parental notification abortion law. The First Circuit had ruled that the law was unconstitutional and an injunction against its enforcement was proper. The Supreme Court vacated this judgment and remanded the case, but avoided a substantive ruling on the challenged law or a reconsideration of prior Supreme Court abortion precedent. Instead, the Court only addressed the issue of remedy, holding that invalidating a statute in its entirety is not always necessary or justified, for lower courts may be able to render narrower declaratory and injunctive relief. The opinion was delivered by Justice Sandra Day OConnor, who had been significantly responsible for developing the Courts recent abortion jurisprudence.[1] This decision was OConnors last opinion on the Court before her retirement on January 31, 2006. ...
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Background: The promise of drug eluting stents (DES) is that they decrease revascularization rates (REVASC). This was true in ARTS II which reported a 1 year REVASC of 8.5% for multivessel disease patients receiving DES compared to 22.4% in the ARTS I bare metal stent (BMS) population (RR 0.40, 95%CI 0.30 - 0.54). To what extent these results represent real world experience is unknown.. Methods: From our Northern New England Relational Revascularization Registry of all PCI and CABG procedures, with vital status through 2006, we identified a cohort of patients with multivessel disease undergoing non-emergent PCI using BMS in 2001-2002 (n=1013) and a similar cohort of PCI patients from 2004 -2005 who received DES (n=1011). We compared their 1-year survival and REVASC using Kaplan-Meier survival analysis and Cox proportional-hazards regression to adjust for differences in casemix.. Results: There were small changes in casemix over time. A minority of patients had 3VD (14.0% BMS v 16.8% DES, ...
Boston, Mass. - May 30, 2013) - Unhealthy air quality, due to ground-level ozone, is expected for most of Conn., R.I., central and southern Mass. (including Springfield, Worcester, Cape Cod and the Islands), coastal N.H. and most of coastal Maine for Friday, May 31, 2013. Elevated smog levels are expected to continue through Saturday. We expect Friday to be another unhealthy air quality day in many parts of southern and coastal New England, said Curt Spalding, regional administrator of EPAs New England office. On these days, EPA and the medical community suggest that people limit their strenuous outdoor activity. Further, everybody can help reduce smog-forming emissions by driving less and by setting air conditioner thermostats a few degrees higher. The ozone standard is 0.075 parts per million (ppm) on an 8-hour average basis. Air quality alerts are issued when ozone concentrations exceed, or are predicted to exceed, this level. Exposure to elevated ozone levels can cause breathing ...
In addition to towns, every New England state has incorporated cities. However, cities are treated in the same manner as towns under state law, differing from towns only in their form of government. Most cities are former towns that changed to a city form of government because they grew too large to have a town meeting as its legislative body; instead, a citys legislative body is an elected representative body, typically called the city council or town council or board of aldermen. City governments are typically administered by a mayor (and/or city manager). In common speech, people often generically refer to communities of either type as towns, drawing no distinction between the two. The presence of incorporated boroughs in Connecticut and incorporated villages in Vermont has influenced the evolution of cities in those states. In Connecticut in particular, the historical development of cities was quite different from in the other New England states, and at least technically, the relationship ...
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Museum guides from the Otis House recently took a Friday evening field trip to visit the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The MFAs new Art of the Americas wing includes several pieces with connections to the Otis family and to Historic New England, including an elaborate c. 1750 needlework depicting Boston Common by Hannah Otis, aunt of Harrison Gray Otis.. MFA Curator of Education Barbara Martin led the tour, which also included a portrait of another Otis relative, Mercy Otis Warren, a trompe loeil corkscrew painted by John Singleton Copley while he paid a visit to Historic New Englands Codman Estate, and the Oak Hill rooms, period rooms that use a reproduction of c. 1797 wallpaper found in the Otis House. The guides, several of whom who have worked for Historic New England for many years, always enjoy learning more about New Englands history, decorative arts, and the people who lived in the houses they now share with the public.. ...
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Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online. Easily share your publications and get them in front of Issuus millions of monthly readers. Title: Foodies of New England Winter 2018, Author: Foodies of New England, Name: Foodies of New England Winter 2018, Length: 124 pages, Page: 1, Published: 2017-10-24
In an era of rapid climate and land transformation, it is increasingly important to understand how future changes impact natural systems. Scenario studies can offer the structure and perspective needed to understand the impacts of change and help inform management and conservation decisions. We implemented a scenario-based approach to assess how two high impact drivers of landscape change influence the distributions of managed wildlife species (n = 10) in the New England region of the northeastern United States. We used expert derived species distribution models (SDMs) and scenarios developed by the New England Landscape Futures Project (NELFP) to estimate how species distributions change under various trajectories (n = 5) of landscape change. The NELFP scenarios were built around two primary drivers - Socio-Economic Connectedness (SEC) and Natural Resource Planning and Innovation (NRPI) - and provide plausible alternatives for how the New England region may change over 50 years (2010-2060). Our models
According to Davis, the plant genus Chenopodium includes the cultivated species, quinoa, and at least one problematic weed, lambsquarters, along with several other wild species in Northern New England and about 150 wild species worldwide. So far, researchers have documented the existence of four wild/weedy Chenopodium species in Northern New England, including the familiar lambsquarters as well as three others.. One of these, Chenopodium berlandieri, currently appears to be the most suitable breeding partner for quinoa. They also have confirmed that several existing, commercial quinoa varieties are challenging to grow successfully as a crop in Durham, and that the fungal disease downy mildew is one of the quinoa production challenges to be overcome by breeding.. Existing quinoa varieties are adapted to regions with less humid fall seasons, and do not mature well here. However, some of quinoas weedy relatives are very successful and well-adapted as weeds in Northern New England, Davis ...
The New England states continue to experience slow growth and slow recovery of the jobs lost in the 2008 to 2009 recession. The main reason for this is the continued weakness in global and U.S. economic conditions. The U.S. and New England economies continue to be affected by the weak European economy and sovereign debt crisis and by weakness in domestic and regional housing markets.The forecast f ...
New England PET Imaging System was established in April 2000 as New Englands first community hospital-based provider of Positron Emission Tomography (PET) services. Our mission is to provide patient-focused care in a personal and friendly setting, offering the highest levels of medical care and quality service. Dr. Ruth Lim, an Associate Radiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, is our Chief Medical Officer. In addition, at each of our sites, we have retained board-certified radiologists, with special training in PET and PET/CT, to interpret our studies.. All New England PET sites are accredited by the American College of Radiology (ACR). The ACR, headquartered in Reston, VA, awards accreditation to facilities for the achievement of high practice standards after a peer-review evaluation of the practice. Evaluations are conducted by board-certified physicians and medical physicists who are experts in the field.. All of our facilities operate state-of-the-art Siemens PET/CT scanners. Since ...
BOSTON - Two separate EPA settlements will require two industrial laundry companies operating in New England to obtain required Clean Air Act permits containing measures designed to minimize air emissions and protect air quality around the communities where they operate. The two companies, UniFirst Corp. based in Mass., and Cintas Corp. based in Ohio, will also pay a total of nearly $460,000 in penalties to settle EPA claims that they operated industrial laundries in New England without required air permits. Both companies operate industrial laundry facilities across the country, but the settlements announced today resolve cases brought by EPA for alleged Clean Air Act violations at the companies New England facilities. UniFirst and Cintas are in the business of renting and cleaning uniforms, towels, and other textile products for customers nationwide. Both companies facilities launder dirty shop towels that can release volatile organic compounds (VOCs) when the towels are washed and dried. ...
The opioid epidemic may be leading to a rise in cases of whats normally a rare eye infection, according to a report from an eye treatment center in New England.. From 2014 to 2016, health care providers at the center saw 10 patients with an eye infection called fungal endophthalmitis that was tied to injection drug use - most commonly, the use of heroin. That number is up from just three cases seen at the center from 2012 to 2014.. Injection drug use is known to put people at risk for fungal endophthalmitis, and the infection can cause serious vision problems, according to the researchers, from the New England Eye Center at Tufts Medical Center in Boston. Several patients in the new report became legally blind after their infections.. Increasing rates of [intravenous drug abuse] in the New England region have placed more patients at risk for vision-threatening fungal endophthalmitis, the researchers wrote in the April 20 issue of the journal JAMA Ophthalmology.. Fungal endophthalmitis is an ...
The Deputy Prime Minister and the Member for New England Barnaby Joyce has welcomed news of cheaper medicines available for residents across New England Electorate, treating a range of ailments from cholesterol to high blood pressure.. From this month, the price of over 400 medications from common treatments through to expensive combination and patent-protected drugs on the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme [PBS], are dropping - saving consumers as much as $20, or 60 per cent a script.. All the time we are working hard to reach out into the Electorate to help people, he said.. Whether its programmes like the PBS or securing our water future, our roads and bridges or our new and upgraded mobile phone towers, this government is working to ensure all parts of our community are being assisted, Mr Joyce said.. With one-in-five Australians living with multiple chronic conditions such as heart disease, high blood pressure or depression, this can save some patients in the New England Electorate as ...
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LEGENDS OF OLD NEW ENGLAND. Tales of strange creatures, apparitions, wraiths and things that go bump in the night predate the arrival of Europeans to New Englands rocky shores. The Passaqua Indians told the tale of the Eukaryotic (also known as the Kawasaki, Pasternak, Knicknack or Paddywhack among other northern tribes), a shape shifter who could appear as a beautiful woman, otter, hummingbird or tree. As no one ever saw one transform, it could have been any of the above. But, like any legend it persisted, and to this day the Indians that are still alive invoke its name before making any major life decision, such as marriage, land purchases or soup vs. salad. Curiously, the Toxoplasma Indians of the Chalupa region of Mexico had a similar legend, the Quazimoto, who could appear as a woman, lemur, buzzard or census taker. Many see this as proof that aliens once visited North America, others as an extraordinary coincidence. Most couldnt care less. In any case, once New England was settled by ...
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American manufacturers were proud of their domestically produced goods. The billhead of Appleton Prentiss boasts an image of the American eagle and the words AMERICAN MANUFACTURE above rolls of different patterns he made. Many of these patterns can be identified in Historic New Englands collection.. Wallpapers by several other New England paper strainers are also included in Historic New Englands collection. Ebenezer Clough established his paper staining business in Boston in 1795. An advertisement dated the next year lists patterns of every description both large and small in addition to many colors of plain papers, solid-colored rolls to be used with borders.. Clough is best known for the commemorative paper of George Washington he advertised less than one year after Washingtons death in 1799. Based on a variation of the pillar and arch design, Washingtons Monument includes classical motifs and allegorical figures of Justice and Liberty weeping over the loss of the national ...
Our nonprofit promotes the New England apple industry through educational events and projects. Our website presents the wide variety of New England apples, their nutritional value, and how they are grown and prepared. We support organizations with related agricultural goals.. ...
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The Maine-based New England Telehealth Consortium (NETC), which is working to link more than 400 healthcare facilities in northern New England to a telecommunications network, recently announced its 125th connection.. Connecting the 125th healthcare site to the NETC network is a testament to years of planning, designing, and building, Jim Rogers, the founder of NETC and President of ProInfoNet, the company managing the implementation of the NETC network, said in a statement. From satellites enabling mobile health vans to serve rural Maine to crystal clear long-distance consultations for surgery, NETC is powering a cost-savings healthcare revolution.. NETC is a regional group of rural and urban healthcare members, formed in response to the Federal Communications Commissions Rural Health Care Pilot Program of the Telecom Act of 1996. The Act dedicated funding for aiding rural hospitals, clinics, and physicians through advanced telecommunications. Now, healthcare facilities linking to NETCs ...
Japanese barberry is a woody shrub common in New England, where it is often found in dense populations in forests. Current models predict that Japanese barberry can establish in all but coastal Maine and the northernmost parts of Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.. But based on Japanese barberrys positive response to warm temperatures, it is apparent that these northern habitats will only become more suitable under climate change, allowing prolific population growth throughout the region, the researchers said.. On the other hand, their findings indicate that garlic mustard may decline considerably in southern New England but instead appear in force in northern region and southern Canada. Better performance in cooler climates suggests that warmer temperatures resulting from climate change may render southern New England uninhabitable for this species, which produces copious seeds and dominates the forest floors where it invades.. We have not dodged the invasion, only shifted the focus, noted ...
While Long Island is slowly earning its place in this country as a source of seriously good wines, a handful of wineries on the so-called Heritage Farm Coast of Massachusetts and Rhode Island also have started generating buzz. It makes sense. This pocket of southeastern New England, just minutes away from Long Island as the crow flies, has a climate similar to that of Frances Burgundy in both temperature and duration of the growing season, with sandy soil and constant ocean breezes to keep the weather relatively consistent. The upshot is an environment conducive to growing chardonnay and other cool-climate grapes, such as vidal blanc and cabernet franc.. Winemaking here is not about money. It cant be, considering the high cost of land, the small scale of the wineries, and, frankly, the publics preconceptions about the wines. Instead, local vintners focus on both creating spectacular wines and saving the land that could very easily be overrun by cookie-cutter vacation homes and strip ...
The frequency of a new tick-borne infection that shares many similarities with Lyme disease, and a description of the antibody test used to test individuals for evidence of the infection, have been reported for the first time by researchers at the Yale Schools of Public Health and Medicine. The results are published in the May 7 online issue of Emerging Infectious Diseases.. The new antibody test was used to detect evidence of infection by the bacterium Borrelia miyamotoi, which is found in black-legged ticks and is related to the Borrelia (a bacteria sub-type) that causes Lyme disease. The researchers found that about 4% of 639 healthy people living in southern New England had evidence of previous B. miyamotoi infection, compared to about 10% with evidence of previous Lyme disease infection.. In addition to concluding that human B. miyamotoi infection may be common in southern New England, the authors also write that the antibody test for Borrelia burgdorferi, the agent that causes Lyme ...
CONNECTICUT - The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Prediction Center is predicting another above-normal Atlantic hurricane season. The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) is preparing as a part of its recurring initiatives in Southern New England. Regional EDS teams in Connecticut are prepared to respond with immediate feeding, hydration, and other key resources utilizing response feeding vehicles (canteens) and have been provided instruction in COVID service guidelines during operations and distributions.. All of our local operations have been in disaster response mode since the pandemic began last year, said Major Debra Ashcraft, Divisional Commander of The Salvation Armys Southern New England Division. As we continue to serve our neighbors, we are also preparing our teams to be ready if storms should come our way. We certainly pray for peace and safety.. Salvation Army locations throughout Connecticut are available to prepare individual meals as ...
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By Sam Read, NBC10 News. PROVIDENCE, R.I.- Theres been limited progress in Washington, D.C. when it comes to that partial government shutdown.. Jim Langevin, a Democrat and U.S. Representative for Rhode Islands 2nd congressional district, told NBC 10 News the partial shutdown shouldnt have happened.. We had a compromise worked out that would have funded the government going forward until February, said Langevin.. President Trump did a turn around after a deal had been worked out, said Langevin. And hes insisting there be 5 billion dollars in there for a boarder wall.. Langevin said the proposed compromised bill between Democrats and Republicans included additional money to for border patrol.. There were funds in the original compromise to make sure there were stronger border security measures the President has an artificial campaign promise that he feels the need to be tough on now, said Langevin.. Funds for several federal departments and smaller agencies have now run out and people ...
A snowstorm that could last up to 18 hours was on its way to southern New England, and Boston, Massachusetts, could be snowed under with up to 15 inches, the National Weather Service said Sunday afternoon.
Populations of the lobster, Homarus americanus, off southern New England are threatened by epizootic shell disease (ESD). The disease causes a rapid necrosis of the shell making infected lobsters unmarketable. The disease has negatively affected the fishery, but it has been difficult to quantify its impact on lobster populations. ESD is caused by a shift in the bacterial community (dysbiosis) that occurs in relation to changes in environmental and anthropogenic stressors. Temperature is a key variable in ESD but its effect has not been well characterized.. Join Jeff Shields as he discusses environmental diseases in lobsters and what can be done about them. He will present an overview of the disease and give new findings on his recent studies. He will also address aspects of the dysbiosis, the effect of temperature on individuals and projected effects on populations, as well as new insights into the epidemiology of the disease. Understanding the complex interplay among temperature, disease ...
Biological Report 85(7.4) June 1986 THE ECOLOGY OF REGULARLY FLOODED SALT MARSHES OF NEW ENGLAND: A COMMUNITY PROFILE John M. Teal Senior Scientist Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Woods Hole, MA 02543 Project Officers Edward Pendleton Wiley Kitchens Martha W. Young National Coastal Ecosystems Team U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service 1010 Gause Boulevard Slidell, LA 70458 Performed for National Coastal Ecosystems Team Division of Biological Services Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Department of the Interior Washington, DC 20240 DISCLAIMER The mention of commercial product trade names in this report does not constitute endorsement or recommendation for use by the Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Department of the Interior. The ecology of regularly flooded salt marshes of New England. (Hialugicdl report ; 85(7.4)) ierforrncd for National Coastal Ecosystems Team, l?fvision of Biological Services, Fish and Wildlife ScrvJcc, U.S. Department of the Interior. tiJUnP 1986. Supt. of Dots. no.: I ...
STUDIES CURRENTLY UNDERWAY. • Microplastics in Urban Streams of the Northeast Region. ULCT MEMBERS. Northeast. Gregory E Granato, New England WSC, [email protected] Guy K Holzer, New England WSC, [email protected] James F Coles, New England WSC [email protected] Kimberly W Campo, New England WSC [email protected] Leslie A Desimone, New England WSC [email protected] Robert H Flynn, New England WSC [email protected] Amy Simonson, New York WSC [email protected] Brett A Hayhurst, New York WSC [email protected] Christopher E Schubert, New York WSC [email protected] Irene Fisher, New York WSC [email protected] James P Tucci, New York WSC [email protected] Karen Riva Murray, New York WSC, [email protected] Robert F Breault, New York WSC, [email protected] Robert J Welk, New York WSC, [email protected] Shawn C Fisher, New York WSC, [email protected] Stephen A Terracciano, New York WSC, [email protected] Tia-Marie Scott, New York WSC, [email protected] Daniel D Skulski, New Jersey WSC, ...
Not planning to go anywhere for Thanksgiving break? Never been anywhere in New England besides New Haven and New York? Here are my suggestions for some cute New England towns you can visit for a day or two over the upcoming break. Quechee, Vermont This town of 656 people (pronounced kwee-chee: The town is as […]
1. Sagittaria cuneata Sheldon N. northern arrowhead. Sagittaria arifolia Nutt. ex J.G. Sm. • CT, MA, ME, NH, VT; mainly in northern New England, confined to western half of the southern New England states. Circumneutral to slightly basic water of lakes, slow-moving streams, and pools. Sagittaria cuneata is known to produce three different leaf morphologies-strap-shaped phyllodia on deep-water plants, floating leaf blades on moderate to deep-water plants, and sagittate leaf blades on recurved petioles on emersed plants.. ...
Legislation (LD 453) that prohibits a person from selling or offering for sale gasoline that contains corn-based ethanol as an additive at a level greater than 10% by volume was signed into law by Governor Paul LePage. The law would not take effect until at least two other New England states have enacted laws that prohibit the sale of gasoline that contains corn-based ethanol at a level greater than 10% by volume. Separate legislation (L.D. 115) to prohibit the sale and distribution of corn-based ethanol if at least two other New England states pass a similar prohibition failed in the Maine Senate by a 21-14 vote. However, the bill remains alive as Senators reconsider the initial vote.. ...
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The National Weather Service has confirmed that two tornadoes touched down in southern New England as a severe weather system moved through the region.
SPOTTED WING DROSOPHILA. The spotted wing drosophila (SWD) has been found in Maine this week, and was found in southern New England a week or two ago. Only a few flies have been caught in traps set up to monitor the pest. It is in such low numbers that it is not a concern to fruit ripening now. But this pest has a proven record of explosive growth, and growers of soft fruits that ripen in August must be aware of the issue and make management decisions.. This fruit fly is a new pest in our region. It is a common pest in parts of Asia. The tiny fly looks like a typical fruit fly, but the males have a spot on each wing that you can barely see with the naked eye. Common fruit flies that we see here only go after over ripe and rotting fruit. The SWD is a much greater problem because it can attack sound fruit and has been very damaging to raspberries, blueberries and other late summer soft fruit. Two years ago was the first year it was seen in large numbers in northern New England. Last year on my ...
American Farmland Trust has been on the ground in New England since 1985 - working to expand support for farms and farmland from Maine to Rhode Island.Our Working Lands Alliance is the only organization of its kind in Connecticut, bringing a broad coalition of allies together to protect the Nutmeg States most important resources - its farmers and its farmland.Through large-scale collaboration, we are working toward a future where New England farmers produce at least half of the regions food supply, farmland is protected, and no one goes hungry.
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Environmental and Occupational Exposures and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis in New England. AU - Andrew, Angeline S.. AU - Caller, Tracie A.. AU - Tandan, Rup. AU - Duell, Eric J.. AU - Henegan, Patricia L.. AU - Field, Nicholas C.. AU - Bradley, Walter G. AU - Stommel, Elijah W.. PY - 2017/2/1. Y1 - 2017/2/1. N2 - Background: Recent data provide support for the concept that potentially modifiable exposures are responsible for sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Objective: To evaluate environmental and occupational exposures as risk factors for sporadic ALS. Methods: We performed a case-control study of ALS among residents of New England, USA. The analysis compared questionnaire responses from 295 patients with a confirmed ALS diagnosis to those of 225 controls without neurodegenerative illness. Results: Self-reported job-or hobby-related exposure to one or more chemicals, such as pesticides, solvents, or heavy metals, increased the risk of ALS (adjusted OR 2.51; 95% CI ...
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Vertex, a New England Council member, has announced that Dr. Reshma Kewalramani, their current Chief Medical Officer, will take over as the biotech companys President and Chief Executive Officer on April 1, 2020. She will replace Dr. Jeffrey Leiden - who was honored by the Council as a New Englander of the Year in 2018 - upon his retirement from the post. Based in Boston, MA, Vertex is the states second largest biotech company.. Dr. Kewalramani joined Vertex in 2017, bringing years of experience as a physician at Mass General Hospital and as Vice President at Amgen. In her new position, Dr. Kewalramani plans to continue the companys current strategy, as implemented by Dr. Leiden. Vertexs plan has been to expand beyond its core drugs, cystic fibrosis treatment, and make developments in five more diseases, including sickle cell disease, beta thalassemia, alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, COPD, and liver disease.. Dr. Leiden will remain a part of the Vertex team through 2023 to mentor Dr. ...
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As the bagpipes came to life around me, the familiar sound sparked memories of highland classics. But instead of Scotland, I was in the Glen Innes Town Hall, where Celtic flags fly proudly alongside Australian and Aboriginal flags, and where the pipers stamp their local twist on Australia Day as they play Advance Australia Fair. The New England highlands cover the tablelands of northern New South Wales, stretching from the Moonbi Range that rises from around 500 to 1,300m above sea level, to the Queensland border around 300km north. Up here in Glen Innes the first European settlers were Scottish and the sound of bagpipes fills the high street every Friday at midday and can be heard around the towns Standing Stones on special occasions, including the Australian Celtic Festival in May. Given the Scottish link, its surprising then that the land is known as New England rather than any more Celtic variation. But the story behind the name mirrors that of its most famous owner. The New England ...
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Its New England debut was spotted by two University of New Hampshire plant biology graduate students; now researchers are keeping a close eye on the sea potato s progress to determine whether there is cause for alarm.
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What is the deal on the new O4:K12 strain?. Almost all the outbreaks since 2013 that have been serotyped appear to be related to this new strain of Vibrio parahaemolyticus (Vp). This strain has plagued West Coast harvesters for years, but only recently appeared in New England. By all accounts it is far more virulent than anything we have had to deal with before. Prior to the introduction of O4:K12, most New England states had only experienced sporadic Vp illnesses, and harvesters were holding shellfish on deck for 10-14 hours prior to refrigeration with no ill effects.. How did the shellfish industry respond?. Im proud of how the industry rose to the challenge of dealing with this new strain. When the first wave of illnesses hit in 2013, many harvesters were incredulous - they werent doing anything differently than they had for years, so how could it be their fault? The problem had to lie with someone else down the value chain. At that time, as the first wave of Vibrio regulations was being ...
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Lobstermen along much of the New England coast breathed sighs of relief the morning of August 9, when they awoke to discover that, contrary to expectations, a regulatory commission decided not to impose new limits on lobster catches from New Hampshire to Connecticut. Despite this momentary breather, though, the threat of future arbitrary traps looms. But the decrease in lobsters along the New England coast is not the result to over-fishing - its all thanks to previous feel good government regulations.The meeting of the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission took place August 8. Not in New England, of course, where the lobstermen and their primary clients live and work, but in - yeah, you guessed it - Washington, D.C.. .,,, In fact, according to fishermen on site, the real problem stems from previous federal and regional multi-state regulations that have decreased the fish catch - and, as a result, increased the fish population - around New England. click here to read the op-ed ...
New Hampshires rejection of a planned 192-mile power line from Canada to Massachusetts is the latest example of just how hard it is to build large energy infrastructure in New England, even as states struggle to meet pressing electricity needs.
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I have never seen former New Bedford Mayor John Bullard look so downcast as he did last Thursday at the special meeting of the New England Fisheries Management council in Wakefield. Bullard, who now heads NOAA fisheries in the Northeast, was trying to break the news gently that what the council is about to do with quota allocations wasnt going to be easy. Someone in the room full of 150 people, mostly fishermen and their families, had asked him to do the right thing when it comes to issuing allocations. Doing the right thing is going to be very, very hard, Bullard said repeatedly speaking slowly in a low voice. He didnt get specific, but everyone in the room knew what he meant: This wasnt going to be pretty. Peter Shelley, senior attorney for the Conservation Law Foundation, made it clear what he and other environmentalist groups were expecting from the council: You all swore an oath to uphold the Magnuson-Stevens Act, he reminded them darkly before sitting back down to a chorus of boos ...
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