Yosemite's 'Firefall' Is Even Larger Thanks To Raging Rain
Every year in February, Yosemite National Park’s Horsetail Falls in California pours out a fiery blood-orange for two weeks in a natural wonder that has come to be known as the Firefall. And its glittering effects are even more brilliant this year, thanks to the increased rain and snow in the state. “The waterfall is bigger than it has been in a long time due to all the rain and snow we have received,” National Park Service spokesman Scott Gediman told CNN. In fact, Northern California saw this month 228 percent more than its normal rainfall for this time of the year, according to The Washington Post. There are some things you just need to experience in person. Horsetail Fall, Fire Fall, Yosemite National Park, California #yosemite #nationalpark #California #firefall #horsetailfalls #fypyes #explorecalifornia #socksmith. #hikeandshoot #ridgemontoutfitters. #garmin #adventureanywhere #getoutstayout #getoutandshoot #canon #canon_official #canon_photos #grandtrunk #grandtrunking #grandtrunkgoods #kuhl #kuhlkids #heatfactory #hekaenergy #livelifeonthestrand #tetonsports #outspired #waterfall #explore A post shared by Axle Preston Price Ethington (@axleethington) on Feb 13, 2017 at 10:05am PST Yosemite’s Firefall can only occur only when weather conditions are perfect: The skies have to be clear, there has to be enough rain for the falls to pour over the edge and rays from the setting sun have to hit the water at just the right angle. ...
Authors: Rohanachandra YM, Amarabandu HGI, Rohanachandra LT Abstract Parenting with mental illness is associated with family conflicts, parenting difficulties, low parental confidence and increased mental health and behavioural problems in children. Family focused interventions improve child outcomes by about 40 %. However, such services are not available in Sri Lanka.A cross sectional descriptive study was carried out in the general adult psychiatry follow-up clinics in a Teaching Hospital in Colombo, Sri Lanka to assess the needs of parents with mental illness. A specifically designed interviewer administered que...
Authors: Charnsil C, Narkpongphun A, Chailangkarn K Abstract AIMS: This research examines the prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and its related factors in students whose school burned down, one month and six months after the incident. METHODS: A total of 56 students from grades one through six were invited to participate in this study with permission from their parents. Subjects were screened for PTSD by using UCLA PTSD Reaction Index (DSM-5 Version) during three periods: 1, 6, and 12 months after the incident. Children diagnosed with PTSD were interviewed by a child and adolescent psychiatris...
Consultations in Liver Disease
Vinod K. Rustgi
NORMAN GITLIN, MD, FRCP (LONDON), FRCPE (EDINBURGH), FAASLD, FACP, FACG
CLINICS IN LIVER DISEASE
Hippocrates (460-371 bc) first recognized the relationship between the neuropsychological and physiologic changes observed in liver disease (Figs. 1 and 2). At that time, Hippocrates noted that there was a poor clinical outcome associated with delirium that was preceded by jaundice.1
We present a brief overview of the potential prophylactic and treatment agents under investigation, some which could be initiated in the ED if proven effective.
[Daily Maverick] While the promise of repositioning 'old' drugs such as chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine is tantalising, it is critical that the hazards of using unapproved treatments are shared with the public to prevent needless fatalities and supply shortages that may further burden already strained healthcare systems.