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The Search For A Covid-19 Vaccine | Race Against Pandemic | Full Episode


Springtime Holidays Worldwide - May And June 2020

May Day – May 1st, 2020
This Holiday is celebrated around the world, such as Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, and Sweden. Dances, singing, and cake are usually part of the festivities. In other countries, it is a celebration of many types of spring flowers, many that bloom in your own backyard.

On 1 May 1561, King Charles IX of France received a lily of the valley as a lucky charm.

In communist and socialist countries, it is a celebration for the workers.

In the United States, it is not a national holiday except in Hawaii and it is called “Lei Day,” there.

Cinco de Mayo – May 5
On May 5, 1862, the Mexican army defeated the French army at the Battle of Puebla. This single military battle signified the defeat of European colonial power and a victory for the Mexican people. This battle was the beginning of Cinco de Mayo.

It is celebrated by Mexicans and especially the Hispanic Community in the US. It is a time of song, dance, partying with delicious Mexican food and drink, and a time to be proud of their Hispanic descent.

Mother’s Day – May 10
The first Mother's Day was May 10, 1908, in Philadelphia

When you are hurt, or not feeling well....there is no one else that can help you more than Mom.

So, if you cannot go out and celebrate Mother's Day, make it special for her. If you don’t have a Mother, make it special for your Grandmother, Sister, or favorite Aunt or any woman that has helped you in any way by being there for you!

First and foremost, spend time with her. If you absolutely cannot be there, take time for a long phone call or a video chat over the computer.

Flowers, cards, candy, and gifts are all part of the day. But Mom wants to hear from you more than anything else!

Buddhist Vesak – Sunday, May 19
Vesak is one of the most important Buddhist festivals. The date of Vesak changes each year as it takes place at the time of the first full moon of the ancient lunar month of Vesakha, which usually falls in May or early June.

It is a holiday traditionally observed by Buddhists and some Hindus on different days in many Asian countries from India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, China, Japan, Korea, Vietnam to name a few.

Many Buddhists will go to their local temple. It is also a time to reflect on his teachings and what it means to be Buddhist.

Many will do good deeds, take part in meditation, bring offerings to the temple, and share food with people. They take part in processions and wear special white clothes to mark the occasion.

In Buddhism, the lotus flower also symbolizes fortune. It grows in muddy water. The lotus flower is capable of growing itself, rising and blooming above the murk to achieve the ultimate enlightenment. A white lotus flower refers to the purity of the mind and the spirit. The pink lotus flower represents Buddha, his history, and his legend. ... The gold or yellow lotus flower represents the gaining of enlightenment.
Buddha is a title, rather than a name, which means the enlightened or awakened one.

Memorial Day is officially celebrated on the last Monday during the month of May. It is dedicated to servicemen and women who gave their lives for freedom and country. It is also a time to remember loved ones who have passed away.
Memorial Day observance dates back to 1865 at the end of the Civil War.

Many towns and cities have a Memorial Day Parade. Some people visit the cemeteries to honor and remember our servicemen or a time to remember loved ones who have passed away.

But this year with the Coronavirus pandemic taking its toll on the country, we will bow our heads and remember all of the people who we have lost this year to the Coronavirus.

Happy Father’s Day – June 21, 2020
This is a day to honor Dad, and a day to enjoy time with Dad and appreciate all he does for you. What Dad really wants is healthy, happy, and successful kids. And, he wants them to spend a few moments with him on Father's Day. Today's lifestyle is busy for both dads and kids. So, a little time with dad on Father's Day is just what he wants.

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Translated titles:
Frühlingsferien weltweit-Mai und Juni 2020

Vacances de printemps dans le monde-mai et juin 2020

स्प्रिंगटाइम वर्ल्डवाइड-मई और जून 2020

Весенние каникулы во всем мире-май и июнь 2020

Stock Market Prep: News, earnings, and due diligence (May 11/2020)

A breakdown of the morning market! We take a look at news, earnings, and deep dive into some biopharma. Come along for the ride!

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[Heart to Heart] The International Vaccine Institute(IVI) [Director General IVI Jerome Kim]

World Leader in Developing HIV Vaccines, Director General Jerome Kim of the International Vaccine Institute 에이즈 백신 개발의 세계적 권위자. 국제백신연구소의 제롬김 사무 총장

There is an institution that is devoted to research in vaccine development and delivers them to developing countries. It is the International Vaccine Institute (IVI), the first global organization with its headquarters in Seoul. Dr. Jerome Kim is the institute's first Korean Director-General. He has a distinguished record in HIV research and HIV vaccine development. The International Vaccine Institute is contributing to world health with its research so let us sit down with Dr. Jerome Kim and learn more his research and the institute on Heart-to-Heart.

개발도상국에 필요한 전염병 백신을 개발해 보급하고 있는 곳이 있다. 한국에 본부를 둔 최초의 국제기구인 국제백신연구소. 이곳의 첫 한국계 수장인 제롬김 박사는 에이즈 백신 분야의 대가로 불리며 백신계에서 다양한 업적을 보여줬다. 세계보건에 큰 기여를 하고 있는 국제백신연구소의 다양한 이야기를 오늘 [하트 투 하트]에서 들어보자.

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Checking In! | Week 4 of Shelter In Place

Hey friend! How's everything going? I was thinking about you and wanted to know how you're doing. Are you struggling? Making things work? Eating well? Totally stressed? I feel ya. In this video, I check in with you and share some updates about what's going on in my home, too.

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Adjusting to the NEW NORMAL of Covid-19 | TOGETHER AT HOME Ep. 1

Let's get together at home to discuss how to adjust to life in a Covid-19 / Coronavirus world. In this video, I discuss how to get your 6 basic human needs met in a new social distancing reality, how to adjust our schedules and routines for this new reality, as well as how to manage our emotional states while experiencing something unfamiliar and potentially scary.

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Heart Disease + Covid-19 | Dr. Sara Gottfried

Most of my patients don’t understand heart disease—yet it’s so relevant to the current pandemic that I’m creating a few videos about why you should care about it. You may know that the people with high blood pressure, diabetes, or cardiovascular disease are at 2-3X greater risk of mortality with #Covid19 according to the World Health Organization. So let’s get into the details starting with key terms.

Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) is the #1 cause of death in the United States and globally. Men are more likely to die of coronary heart disease until age 55, and then women catch up, probably due to declining estrogen but the exact mechanisms are unclear. Let’s define a few key terms. Some people may use these terms interchangeably but shouldn’t. There are two terms that are important to distinguish: CHD and CVD. CHD involves the coronary arteries (the blood vessels supplying the heart and includes coronary artery disease, angina, acute coronary syndrome, and myocardial infarction (heart attack). CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE (CVD) includes CHD, but the broader category consists of the entire vascular system along with the heart, so other diseases in the grouping are cerebral vascular accidents (CVA or stroke), transient ischemic attacks (mini stroke), congestive heart failure (CHF), peripheral artery disease, abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), thoracic aneurysm, etc. So many acronyms! Confusing!

There are 5 traditional risk factors for CVD: high blood pressure, diabetes, abnormal lipids (dyslipidemia), obesity, and smoking. Clinical trials show that we have reached a limit in our ability to lower the incidence of CHD with conventional diagnostic + treatment strategies for these risk factors. About 80% of CVD can be prevented with optimized nutrition, exercise, healthy weight and body composition, minimal alcohol intake, and avoiding smoking.
Furthermore, there are not just 5 risk factors for CHD, there’s more than 400—which means 395 risk factors are not being assessed or treated, particularly in women. In the next few videos on CHD + CVD, I’ll explain what these other risk factors, how they show up differently in women, and what we can do to address them.
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How to create easy bar chart races - complete guide to racing bar graphs from Flourish 2020

This tutorial shows how to make a ranking video e.g. top 5 or top 10 animated bar chart race without any programming knowledge. These racing bar charts really make your business posts on Facebook stand out and grab attention as effective data visualizations. You can also load to YouTube or other social media platforms or embed on your own website. The tool is so easy you can make one in seconds.

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It is Easter 2020. I am still in lock-down due to the Covid-19 pandemic, deep in the county of Somerset, southwest England, and I continue to work on my cruising dinghy.

The sound is not completely perfect in this video. I am having to edit my videos on a little laptop, as my big computer is stuck in France, and I have limited ability to monitor the sound before uploading. I hope it does not spoil your enjoyment.

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She is an adapted Ilur designed by François Vivier, and built of clinker plywood by les Charpentiers Reunis of Cancale in 1994. The design is based closely on the traditional inshore fishing boats of Brittany, including her single boom-less lugsail rig and lack of a mainsheet horse, (controversial among my viewers). Although rare in Britain, Ilurs are quite common in France.
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Passport Webinar | The New Normal: The path to city recovery post COVID-19 Pandemic

Stephen Goldsmith of Harvard Kennedy School of Business, Gabe Klein of City Fi and Michael Schnuerle of Louisville Metro Government along with a panel of city leaders discuss the future of mobility. Discussion topics include lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and how cities are preparing for a return to normal operations.



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Will there be a 2020 boating season? Hi I’m AS and this is a special report on how the COVID-19 virus is changing how we boat. First most clubs and marinas in North America and Europe have suffered from closures to some degree. Some have re-opened, some are looking at re-opening. Today we look at the post-pandemic view of boating. PAUSE Most medical and scientific voices agree that not only will there be a second wave of the virus, some say that in areas that are not adequately prepared it may be worse than the first wave. That said, is it wise to launch or will it be wise to haul-out your boat while you still can? That is your decision of course but here are a few thoughts and I invite you to leave your thoughtful comments below. Please, no COVID-deniers. First, if your boat is in the water, should you leave it where it is? Well, we are coming up on hurricane season in the south of the USA and the Caribbean. That of course in a different issue and I hope all you skippers down there have a plan in place. Next are the others who may have launched or leave their boats in the water year around. If clubs and marinas are shut down again for the second wave will you be able to access your boat to check on it? I always head down to my boat after a storm to check for damage. What might happen if your bilge pump malfunctions? Ooh, don’t think about it. PAUSE. As restrictions relax more marinas and clubs will be opening and having launch days. When I was a club member launch day was a time of socialization after a winter of not seeing sailing buddies. So much for physical separation. Also once you are launched, how are you going to keep 2 metres or 6 feet apart on a boat? It’s simply not possible on my boat. If you are finding this info helpful, please give me a thumbs up and subscribe and consider being a Patreon patron.
Some people and I might be one of the many who decide that they are going to skip the season, remain on the hard and get a few of those jobs done before the second wave. Our marina has a travel lift. That means they might be only able to launch 10 or 12 boats on a normal day so it could take quite a while to launch a 400-slip marina and just as long to haul out. I’ve given up on the idea of a cruise this summer if the borders remain closed and there is no vaccine. A web site for a yachting magazine had a very thoughtful article on what the various issues might be when making a decision. Think about things such as: Are my inboard, outboard and diesel motor going to be OK? Will the winterizing done in the fall continue to protect the engine? Will my potable water system be damaged with changing temperatures and condensation build-up? What’s going on inside my shrink-wrap? Is there humidity or condensation causing damage? Will my batteries drain? Will they die and/or require replacement? Once I get aboard, what should I tackle first? I have that link listed below in the description. So, what do you think? Are you hauling out or launching? Are you working on your boat? Please, in any case, for my sake and others with compromised immune systems, keep 2 metres or 6 feet away and wear a mask when shopping or doing some boat maintenance. You’re not doing it to protect yourself, you are doing it for me. Fair winds everyone and better times!

How to Find A Good Contractor | Part 3 of the Just Do It Yourself Tour

Finding The Right Contractor Is Easier Than You Think. Manage Your Expectations And Follow This Advice For Great Results. Don't let the fear of hiring keep you from getting the help you need. It is easier than you think to find a good contractor!

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Florida Real Estate ????️ European Buyer Guide | MELANIE ❤️ TAMPA BAY

Real estate in the U.S. works much differently compared to other countries. In this #socialdistancing episode, I talk with Annette Reeve / Mayfair International Realty in London about European / UK residents buying homes in Florida. There's a lot to know when you purchase international property. Annette, who works with agents and brokers around the world, is a great resource for information.

If you want to skip ahead to specific topics, here are timestamps:
1:30 UK buying process vs. US
6:51 Where UK buyers want to purchase homes
10:23 Rental & vacation homes
12:25 Financing a home for international buyers
15:50 Getting an international lawyer / attorney
21:30 How to find a Florida property
22:05 Brexit effects on UK real estate
23:00 COVID-19 and real estate

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Chef Paul Wedgwood from Wedgwood Restaurant on Coronavirus & the effect on the city & his business

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In this episode we catch up with Paul Wedgwood co-owner of the Wedgwood restaurant in Edinburgh.

Paul started his career in the Lake District working in a variety of establishments from pubs and leisure parks to fine dining Michelin starred restaurants. He has been in Edinburgh for 13 years.

He spoke to us about how he changed his business model early in anticipation of the lockdown after noticing a 70 percent drop off in bookings as we entered March. He is now operating a delivery and takeaway service which is so popular he is back to working seven-day weeks!

He also expressed his concern over the Edinburgh festival being cancelled in August as many businesses rely on that income and how Edinburgh is a ghost town when it is normally full of tourists.

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No Place But Home: Tallinn, Estonia's Response to COVID-19 (Toomas Sepp)

In this video, ICF Co-Founder Lou Zacharilla discusses COVID-19 with Tallinn, Estonia Head of City Office Toomas Sepp.

Toomas Sepp, born in 1959 in Tartu, has worked as the administrative leader of Tallinn City Office since 1992 and has been actively involved in the process of administrative reform of local government in both in Estonia and Tallinn since then. Being graduated as a lawyer from Tartu State University, Mr Sepp started his public service career in the Ministry of Housing and Engineering of Estonia. Parallel to his present employment as a City Secretary of Tallinn, Mr Sepp has studied civil law and participated in a number of seminars on local government issues in Finland, Sweden, Denmark, U. K. and Canada.

As a City Secretary Mr Sepp is the highest civil servant in Administration of Tallinn and his responsibilities cover management of Tallinn City Office and coordination of City’s human resource development, IT, finance, strategic development policy and legal affairs. Mr Sepp is actively involved in local government training programmes, lecturing both at home and abroad on public administration reform and new ICT solutions incl implementing e-services in local governance.

The Stock Market vs. The Economy, and Assessing Risk Tolerance (EP.94)

When it comes to the question of whether the economy affects the stock market, it’s not about whether the former is in a good or bad state, but how that relates to what the market was expecting. In today’s episode we get into predictions about labour economics during COVID-19, the relationship between the market and the economy, and how to make decisions that suit your risk tolerance. We kick things off by reviewing insights Edward Lazear and Gerard O’Reilly gave in a recent webinar. They spoke about how the current crisis relates to past events from the perspective of labour economics, and what empirical data is saying about stock returns and the economy. A talking point here is the idea that recessions are defined by committees, and always long after they have either begun or ended. This leads to the topic of whether there is a relationship between economic data and stock market performance. We find many examples of cases in the short and long term where no correlation can be found between the two, and cases where the market starts to recover before the economy. We discuss how this speaks of a fundamental difference in the analytical methods of economists versus investors, not a rigged market. The first group assesses past information while the second invests based on where they think things will go. We talk about what happens when GDP is good but not as high as expectations were, and how per-share earnings growth can only keep up with GDP if no new shares were issued. We then switch to the concept of risk aversion and discuss the differences between system one and system two thinking, before moving into a comparison between two methods of analyzing risk. Tune in for your weekly reality check!

Fish Friday | Quarantine Cooking Show

On this episode of the Quarantine Cooking Show, Mary Beth Albright reveals the secret to a great salmon dinner -- made with items from your pantry. Crunchy, creamy fish cakes are adaptable for whatever is in the house -- and rich in health-enhancing Omega-3s, which can help with home-stay anxiety. SPECIAL OFFER: To thank you for your support, here’s a deal on a Washington Post digital subscription: $29 for one year

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DAILY COVID-19 UPDATE | Episode 4 | 3/19/2020

In today’s daily update on COVID-19, Kirk Jowers and Dr. Osguthorpe address concerns of whether pregnant women are more at risk, and urges women who are pregnant to take precautions. They discuss the increase in outbreaks around the world and the drastic jump in cases in the USA. In response to many US youth continuing their spring break plans, Dr. Osguthorpe reminds us of the importance of social distancing in slowing the spread of Coronavirus.

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Teachers in Transition - Episode 59 - The #1 Challenge of Every Job Seeker After the Pandemic

No one has been spared the consequences of COVID-19 whether you had succumbed to the virus or not. Because of the massive shutdown we all experienced as a country, as some states start to open things up and others cautiously consider their options, it occurs to me that the economy will never be quite the same. We are going to need to approach the post-pandemic world with caution and look for opportunities that may seem like challenges at first.

The truth is that this is a massive upheaval that rivals periods of upheaval from the past. And upheaval requires adapting to new circumstances and new realities and it is not easy nor it is enjoyable.

But that doesn't mean that there won't be plenty of opportunities. If you just graduated college or you just lost your job because of the pandemic, instead of being angry about it look for the silver linings.

We need people who can be innovative, creative problem-solvers.

We are also going to need artists including comedians, musicians, and architects.

We need more scientists and lab researchers to help prepare the vaccine for this virus and prepare for the next one.

We are going to need more mental health professionals, too. Lots of people are going to need lots of help emotionally as they grieve the loss of normalcy and perhaps the loss of a loved one during this period.

And we need more doctors and nurses.

Look for the opportunities. That may well be the #1 challenge of every job seeker and that is what I talk about in this episode.

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Also, next week, on May 21, 2020, I will be offering a free, live webinar workshop entitled, Start Designing Your Dream Career in a Post-Pandemic World. Don't wait until this pandemic is behind you to start planning for your next job or career. Use your time now. Plan for the career--and the life--you want moving forward. Join me by registering here:

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Since 2013, Kitty has been working with burnt-out teachers and those who are stressed to the point of becoming ill figure out what they need to do to improve their lives. Whether it means getting a handle on their stress or finding a new job, Kitty is there for you to help you along the way.

UKOSS Covid 19 Research Study

Mary Alvarez, Senior Research Midwife, talks about the NIHR supported UKOSS covid-19 study, which is a national study for pregnant women hospitalised with confirmed covid-19. This study aims to understand the incidence, management and outcomes of Covid during pregnancy.



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