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BLOG: MAP: A Look at the Wolf Administration’s Opioid Epidemic Outreach

first_imgLike Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf SHARE Email Facebook Twitter BLOG: MAP: A Look at the Wolf Administration’s Opioid Epidemic Outreach Public Health,  Substance Use Disorder,  The Blog Over the past few months, Governor Wolf, Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine, and other members of the Wolf Administration, have made 27 stops to discuss the importance of battling the opioid abuse and heroin use epidemic in Pennsylvania and to advocate for $34 million to fight the opioid crisis in the final budget.Take a look at the map of their stops here:In 2014, nearly 2,500 Pennsylvanians died from a drug overdose. Heroin and opioid overdose are the leading cause of accidental death in Pennsylvania, killing more individuals each year than motor vehicle accidents.Governor Wolf and other members of his administration, including Secretary Tennis, Dr. Levine, Secretary Wetzel, Secretary Dallas, and Director of Homeland Security Marcus Brown, have held bipartisan roundtables throughout the state to discuss local and statewide efforts to lead the nation in combating the opioid abuse and heroin use epidemic. Fighting Pennsylvania’s opioid and heroin epidemic is a top priority for the Wolf Administration and these events have been an opportunity to work collaboratively with the General Assembly and community leaders to ensure that Pennsylvania leads the nation in the fight to combat the opioid abuse and heroin use crisis.In addition to the governor’s community roundtables, Dr. Levine has been stopping at pharmacies in order to remind Pennsylvania residents and pharmacists that a doctor’s prescription is not needed to obtain the life-saving opioid overdose antidote drug naloxone. Last October, Dr. Levine signed a standing order that makes it possible for all Pennsylvania residents to access the life-saving drug naloxone.center_img June 21, 2016 By: Darwin Paz, Digital Assistantlast_img read more

Bundesliga restart suffers blow as Dresden squad placed in quarantine

first_img Promoted Content7 Mesmerizing Facts About HypnosisThe Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever MadeTop Tastiest Foods From All Over The WorldThe 18 Most Visited Cities In The World10 Greatest Disney Female Villains We Love Anyways11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table TopPortuguese Street Artist Creates Hyper-Realistic 3D Graffiti7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World? The Bundesliga will be the first top European league to restart matches since the outbreak of the coronavirus forced lockdown measures to be imposed across the continent. However, matches will be played without fans in attendance and with a maximum number of 300 people, including both teams, allowed at each game. Dynamo Dresden placed their entire squad into a 14-day quarantine on Saturday, just a week from the restart of the Bundesliga season, after the club reported two more cases of coronavirus. Dresden have 2 cases of the virus. The decision means that Dynamo, who are bottom of the second division, will not be able to play their fixture against Hannover next weekend. The setback comes just three days after Chancellor Angela Merkel’s government gave the German Football League (DFL) the green light to return to action on May 16 after a two-month absence. “In the past few weeks, we have made an enormous effort, both in terms of personnel and logistics, to strictly implement all prescribed medical and hygienic measures,” said Dresden sporting director Ralf Minge. “We are in contact with the responsible health authority and the DFL. The fact is that we cannot train or participate in games in the next 14 days.” As well as the players, Dresden will isolate its entire coaching and supervisory staff.Advertisement Loading… Read Also: La Liga goalie tests positive for coronavirus In the run-up to the restart, all teams must go into a one-week quarantine training camp. After the government gave the go-ahead for the season to restart, there were still worries that an outbreak of the coronavirus in the league could halt the resumed season, this time for good. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 last_img read more

US Open: Top Seed Pliskova, Kvitova, Kerber Move into Round 2

first_imgAlso through are ex-Wimbledon champions Petra Kvitova and Angelique Kerber.German 17th seed Kerber, playing her first match since January’s Australian Open, beat Australian Ajla Tomljanovic 6-4 6-4.Czech sixth seed Kvitova overcame Romanian Irina-Camelia Begu 6-3 6-2, hitting 23 winners in an assured performance.Other women in action on day one at Flushing Meadows – where the tournament is being held behind closed doors – include Japan’s 2018 champion Naomi Osaka and American teenager Coco Gauff.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Top seed Karolina Pliskova made a confident start to her US Open campaign with a 6-4 6-0 win over Ukraine’s Anhelina Kalinina in New York.The Czech, 28, recovered from dropping serve in the first game to later string together eight games in a row, needing just 21 minutes to take the second set.Pliskova, top-ranked in the absence of Ashleigh Barty and Simona Halep, faces France’s Caroline Garcia next.last_img read more

Around the ACC: Check out key games in the ACC landscape this weekend

first_img Published on September 9, 2016 at 12:16 am Contact Justin: jmatting@syr.edu | @jmattingly306 Facebook Twitter Google+ This weekend, two Atlantic Coast Conference squads take on ranked teams when Virginia takes on No. 24 Oregon and Virginia Tech takes on No. 17 Tennessee. Check out the rest of the action this weekend.No. 3 Florida State (1-0) vs. Charleston Southern (1-1)Florida State was in danger of going 0-1 to start the season, trailing 28-13 at halftime to Ole Miss. But Deondre Francois led a big comeback in crunch time, totaling 419 yards in the air and another 59 on the ground. The Seminoles will face a lighter opponent in Week 2 as Charleston Southern travels to Tallahassee, Florida.Game time: Saturday at 12:30 p.m.TV: ACC NetworkBetting line: OddsShark.com does not have any odds posted for the game.SU week opponent: The Orange plays Florida State in Week 12.No. 2 Clemson (1-0) vs. Troy (1-0)AdvertisementThis is placeholder textLike Florida State, Clemson received a scare in Week 1 from an SEC opponent. Unlike the Seminoles, however, the Tigers faced unranked Auburn. They held on to win, 19-13, on the road, but will try and work out some kinks against Troy.Game time: Saturday at 12:30 p.m.TV: ACC NetworkBetting line: Clemson -35.5SU week opponent: The Orange plays Clemson in Week 10.Duke (1-0) vs. Wake Forest (1-0)Duke won its fifth straight season opener by beating NC Central, 49-6, in a commanding triumph. Wake Forest also posted a “1” in the win column in the first week, but did so in different style. Despite just 175 yards of total offense, the Demon Deacons beat Tulane, 7-3. Saturday’s contest is the only ACC-on-ACC action this week.Game time: Saturday at 3:30 p.m.TV: ESPNUBetting line: Duke -5SU week opponent: The Orange plays Wake Forest in Week 6 and does not play Duke this year.No. 24 Oregon (1-0) vs. Virginia (0-1)It was a rough start to the season for Virginia, losing to area rival Richmond, 37-20, at home. Things aren’t getting any easier for the Cavaliers, despite decent quarterback play, as they travel to Oregon this week to face the No. 24-ranked Ducks.Game time: Saturday at 10:30 p.m.TV: ESPNBetting line: Oregon -24.5SU week opponent: The Orange does not play Virginia this year.Illinois (1-0) vs. North Carolina (0-1)North Carolina came into the season ranked No. 22 in the country but couldn’t hold on to beat then-No. 18 Georgia at home. The Tar Heels led 24-14 in the second half before Georgia’s run game, which totaled 289 yards, got to the UNC defense. Larry Fedora’s squad will look to get its first win Saturday on the road against former Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith’s Fighting Illini.Game time: Saturday at 7:30 p.m.TV: Big Ten NetworkBetting line: UNC -7.5SU week opponent: The Orange does not play North Carolina this year.No. 25 Miami (1-0) vs. Florida Atlantic (1-0)Miami, led by former Georgia head coach Mark Richt, crept into the national rankings this week after a dominating 70-3 win over Florida A&M. Hurricanes quarterback Brad Kaaya threw four touchdown passes and Miami set a school record with 42 third-quarter points.Game time: Saturday at 6 p.m.TV: ACC NetworkBetting line: Miami -24SU week opponent: The Orange does not play Miami this year.Pittsburgh (1-0) vs. Penn State (1-0)In a Pennsylvania battle, Pittsburgh and Penn State will square off at Heinz Field. Both teams are coming off strong Week 1 performances. Pittsburgh topped Villanova, 28-7, while the Nittany Lions, after honoring controversial former head coach Joe Paterno pregame, topped Kent State.Game time: Saturday at NoonTV: ESPNBetting line: Pitt -5SU week opponent: The Orange plays Pittsburgh in Week 13, the final week of the season.Massachusetts (0-1) vs. Boston College (0-1)The last time Boston College won a football game, Pope Francis was in the United States and Syracuse had just lost to LSU in the Carrier Dome. It’s been 350 days. But the Eagles are favored by 17 points Saturday against Bay State rival Massachusetts.Game time: Saturday at NoonTV: ESPN3Betting line: Boston College -17SU week opponent: The Orange plays Boston College in Week 8.East Carolina (1-0) vs. N.C. State (1-0)Following one of the tighter ACC preseason starting quarterback battles, NC State got off to a solid start in Week 1 with a 48-14 win over William & Mary. Now the Wolfpack heads to East Carolina for an in-state battle against the Pirates.Game time: Saturday at NoonTV: ESPNUBetting line: NC State -5.5SU week opponent: The Orange plays NC State in Week 11.Georgia Tech (1-0) vs. Mercer (1-0)There’s only one team in the ACC that’s undefeated in conference play — the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. They won the only ACC game played so far. Now it’s on to Mercer in Week 2 but Tech will be shorthanded come Saturday as running backs Dedrick Mills and KirVonte Benson have been suspended for the game.Game time: Saturday at 3 p.m.TV: ACC NetworkBetting line: OddsShark.com does not have any odds posted for the game.SU week opponent: The Orange does not play Georgia Tech this year.No. 17 Tennessee (1-0) vs. Virginia Tech (1-0)New Virginia Tech head coach Justin Fuente got his first win in Week 1 with a 36-13 victory over in-state foe Liberty. But Fuente will take his Hokies team to Bristol, Tennessee on Saturday to face the No. 17 Tennessee Volunteers, who escaped an upset bid from Appalachian State in Week 1.Game time: Saturday at 8 p.m.TV: ABCBetting line: Tennessee -11.5SU week opponent: The Orange plays Virginia Tech in Week 7. Commentslast_img read more

Olympic Champion Gets Year Ban for Missing Drugs Tests

first_img​​American Olympic champion Brianna Rollins has been banned for a year for missing three drugs tests in 2016 – one of which came while she was meeting former United States president Barack Obama at the White House.Another saw Rollins, 25, miss a test to attend ‘Brianna Rollins Day’ in September in her hometown in Florida.Rollins, who won 100m hurdles gold in Rio, is banned until 18 December. She will therefore miss the World Championships in London in August.“This is one of the most difficult times in my career, especially after having such a great 2016 season,” Rollins said in a statement on Instagram.The United States Anti-Doping Agency (Usada) says Rollins failed to properly file her whereabouts information for drug testers.Under World Anti-Doping Agency rules, athletes cannot miss three tests in a 12-month period.Rollins missed one in April 2016, as she was travelling, and two in September – one when she was visiting the White House and the other when she returned to Florida.Usada says her results from 27 September – the date of her third whereabouts failure – will be disqualified, meaning the world champion will be allowed to keep the Olympic medal she won in August.“This is a difficult case because it involves the imposition of a serious penalty on a brilliant athlete who is not charged or suspected of using banned substances of any kind,” Usada said in the ruling Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegramlast_img read more