Clare’s Wish Foundation helicopter request

first_imgNewsClare’s Wish Foundation helicopter requestBy John Keogh – April 24, 2015 668 Vanishing Ireland podcast documenting interviews with people over 70’s, looking for volunteers to share their stories  CLARE’S Wish Foundation, a Limerick-based charity that helps to grant the wishes of adults who have a life-threatening or terminal condition, is seeking the service of a helicopter to carry out a very urgent wish request for a person with a serious illness. Anyone who may be able to help can contact the Foundation on 061 633301. Previous articleCaoimhe and Saoirse get all grown up for RapunzelNext articleNeville exasperated by failure to erect signs John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Print Linkedin WhatsApp Facebook WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live center_img TAGSClare’s Wish Foundationlimerick RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Advertisement Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival Twitter Email Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed livelast_img read more

Cystic fibrosis and arsenic poisoning linked to same damaged protein

first_imgA new Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health co-authored study provides further evidence linking both arsenic poisoning and the chronic respiratory disease cystic fibrosis (CF) to damage in the CFTR protein. An examination of arsenic-exposed patients in Bangladesh found that they had elevated sweat chloride levels — the typical diagnostic sign of CF. While many patients also showed respiratory symptoms consistent with a CF diagnosis, none actually had the disease.The study appeared online February 5, 2015 in the New England Journal of Medicine.CF is caused by a genetic defect in the CFTR protein, which regulates the flow of chloride in and out of cells. Recent studies in cell culture show that arsenic causes the CFTR protein to break down. Better understanding of how arsenic damages the CFTR protein could lead to new, more affordable drugs for CF, according to the authors. The study also suggests that patients exposed to arsenic should be monitored for CF-like disease.Co-authors include Maitreyi Mazumdar, assistant professor in the Department of Environmental Health, and David Christiani, Elkan Blout Professor of Environmental Genetics. The study was supported by the Harvard University Center for the Environment and the Harvard–National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) Center. Read Full Storylast_img read more

Family of six finds home after six month search ends in Morningside

first_img MORE: A Bunya home with a mini ‘Wet n Wild’ lined up for the gavel Margot Robbie’s family home snapped up by an early buyer More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus16 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market16 hours agoSOLD: 8 Charlotte St, Paddington sold under the hammer for $901,000.“Because it was raining this morning, I said to myself it’s going to be a very long day and you’re not going to be talking to many people, but … I’m surprised by the numbers out and about,” Ms Wright said.She said about 30 people watched on as all five registered bidders vied to buy the three-bedroom Paddington cottage. In the end it sold to a long-time local, who had admired the home since he was a child.Belle Property Toowong principal Robin McIlwain was pleased to report the three-bedroom unit at 4/37 Grove St, Toowong sold under the hammer at its 9am auction yesterday.“We got it away under the hammer for $370,000,” Ms McIlwain said. UNDER CONTRACT: 82 Cascade Drive, Forest Lake went under contract last week for an undisclosed amount. Only one of the two registered bidders raised their hand, taking the bidding to $1,025,000, before the auctioneer placed a vendor bid of $1.1 million.The same bidder raised her hand again taking the bid to $1,125,000 when the agent and auctioneer went into a lengthy negotiation between the bidder and vendor. Brisbane Real Estate agent Saeed Moghaddam said his listing at 82 Cascade Drive, Forest Lake also went under contract last week for an undisclosed amount. A family of six not only celebrated the purchase of a new home yesterday, but the vendor even threw in a ride-one mower to seal the deal. Place Bulimba agent Dion Tolley presented 185 Barwon St, Morningside at auction on a cold and wet spring morning yesterday, October 13, 2018.Auctioneer Paul Curtain started the bidding on behalf of the seller at $1 million. SOLD: A three-bedroom unit at 4/37 Grove St, Toowong sold under the hammer for $370,000.“(We had) two registered bidders and we also had another two parties at the auction with conditional offers waiting to make offers, but they didn’t get the opportunity.”The three-bedroom apartment has city views.At least two properties were sold prior to their auction, including a Hawthorne cottage and a family home at Forest Lake.Brisbane Property Market licensee Stephanie Blundell said her listing at 41 Dover St, Hawthorn e went under offer for an undisclosed amount prior to the planned auction. SOLD: 185 Barwon St, Morningside sold under the hammer for $1,252,500.After about a 30-minute wait the property was announced on the market at $1,262,500, with the vendor throwing in the ride on mower to help maintain the 4047sq m block.Buyer Lucy McGuire said she had been searching for a new home for herself, her husband and their four children for more than six months.“I feel relieved we now have a home,” Ms McGuire said.She said the property offered enough room for each of her four children to occupy their own bedroom.Belle Property Paddington sales director Elizabeth Wright said she was surprised with the turn out at the auction of 8 Charlotte St, Paddington, which sold for $901,000 under the hammer. UNDER CONTRACT: 41 Dover St, Hawthorne went under offer for an undisclosed amount prior to the planned auction. 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Antonio Brown a good fit for Ravens, says cousin Hollywood Brown

first_imgThe Ravens would benefit from the signing of Antonio Brown, according to his cousin Marquise “Hollywood” Brown.The older Brown, 32, was released by the Patriots in September last year amid sexual assault allegations he has denied. He recently was banned for eight games due to “multiple violations of the NFL’s personal conduct policy.” Didn’t end how we wanted but man couldn’t ask for a better group of guys and organization we will be backYear 1 pic.twitter.com/j7RQXrZKou— Hollywood Brown (@Primetime_jet) January 12, 2020″I feel like he would fit in this locker room. He’s a guy that’s competitive and he’s going to go out there and give 100 percent. Seeing stuff like that is going to make other guys want to do the same.”Antonio Brown, who had a controversial stint with the Raiders last year — he was cut before playing a game for them — is a seven-time Pro Bowler, with all of those selections coming while he was a member of the Steelers.His 23-year-old cousin scored seven receiving touchdowns for the Ravens as a rookie in 2019. Baltimore lost in the divisional round of the AFC playoffs to the Titans. IYER: Ravens need to keep saying no to ABThe wide receiver has been linked with a host of teams ahead of the new season, though, and worked out with both his cousin and star Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson in the offseason.Jackson has spoken of his hope of bringing Brown to Baltimore in a move that the team’s second-year receiver — a first-round pick in 2019 — would also welcome.”AB, he’s a guy that’s going to bring the best out of you,” Hollywood Brown told reporters.last_img read more