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Vermont Naturopathic Clinic opens in Winooski, Vermont

first_imgWinooski Vermont Naturopathic Clinic announces the opening of its new office at 321 Main St., Suite C in Winooski. Naturopathic medicine is founded on a holistic philosophy, combining safe and effective traditional therapies with the most current advances in modern medicine.Naturopathic medicine is appropriate for the management of a broad range of health conditions affecting people of all ages. Vermont Naturopathic Clinic offers office visits and diagnostic testing for health conditions treated by naturopathic medicine, such as acute infections as well as digestive, hormonal, and chronic illnesses. Treatment at Vermont Naturopathic Clinic may include acupuncture, botanical medicine, clinical nutrients and diet, or physical medicine and may also be integrated with conventional medicine. Services at Vermont Naturopathic Clinic may be reimbursed through CBA and Workers Compensation. Discounts are available for City Market Coop members, Blue Cross members, Lake Champlain Chamber of Commerce members and a sliding fee scale is available.The modern office at 321 Main St. has full spectrum and natural lighting and a comfortable waiting room. The entire office is fitted with a high quality sound system and an eclectic selection of music to relax to during your treatment. The office also has a dispensary for natural product prescriptions and a pharmacy downstairs to fill pharmaceutical prescriptions.Vermont Naturopathic Clinic also shares the office with Dr. Jonathan Fenton, an osteopathic physician who specializes in physical medicine. Dr. Sam Russo, N.D., MSAc,, director of VNC, is a naturopathic physician and certified acupuncturist. He is the only naturopathic physician in Vermont to work in the same office with an osteopathic physician.Dr. Russo says, Our goal is for clients to have personalized care in a healthy environment. This bright and beautiful new space will allow us to give clients that kind of experience.For more information, visit www.naturopathicvermont.com(link is external) or call 802.859.0000last_img read more

Zadar County rewards the best renters

first_imgBy the way, the Welcome Awards for the best renters in Zadar County is a project of Zadar County which aims to encourage and emphasize the importance of quality approach in managing family accommodation, and the goal of the project is to raise quality and enrich the offer of family accommodation in Zadar County The awards are given once a year in order to motivate the private tourism sector to improve the quality of destination promotion and encourage the introduction of innovations, encourage the creation and development of new products and tourism promotion and recognition of efforts made by participants in promoting family accommodation in Zadar County. of the best achievements in tourism in Zadar County. Each landlord can apply with the same facility in several different categories, and the winners win plaques financial prize of 5.000 to 15.000 kuna as well as free presentation in the daily press, on the website of Zadar County and Zadar County Tourist Board as an example of good practice in tourism. Zadar County has announced a public call for awards for the best landlords in Zadar County.All renters of rooms, apartments / studio apartments and holiday homes in the Zadar County who have the quality label “WELCOME” are invited to apply for the Welcome Awards for the best renters in Zadar County.center_img Private renters of rooms, apartments / studio apartments and holiday homes in the Zadar County who have the “WELCOME” quality label or have submitted an application for the “WELCOME” quality label can apply for the Public Invitation for the Welcome Awards for the best renters in Zadar County .Prizes will be awarded for three main categories of accommodation: rooms, apartments / studio apartments and holiday homes. The public call will be open from October 22, 2018 to November 9, 2018. More details attached.Attachment:Rules for awarding welcome prizes for the bestWelcome Award Application Formlast_img read more

Bryant’s towel fetches $33,000 at auction, report

first_imgTopics : The winning bid on Sunday was $33,077. The buyer also received two used tickets to the April 13, 2016 Lakers game.Bryant scored 60 points in the Lakers’ 101-96 win over the Utah Jazz that night. Jeff Woolf, president of Iconic Auctions, told American news broadcaster CNN that the winning bidder is famous for having a large Lakers memorabilia collection. “He is a devoted Lakers fan,” Woolf said. “His long-term plan is to create a museum in southern California.” The towel that Kobe Bryant wore over his shoulders during his farewell speech after his final National Basketball League game has fetched over US$33,000 at auction, the US media said on Sunday.With the towel draped around him to help mop up his sweat, the Los Angeles Lakers superstar closed his speech with his signature phrase, “Mamba Out.”The towel ended up in the hands of a fan as Bryant walked off the court and was then sold several times before the latest online auction. center_img Bryant died in January at age 41 in a helicopter crash near Los Angeles that killed eight others, including his daughter Gianna.Bryant played his entire 20-year NBA career with the Lakers. The superstar guard led the club to five NBA titles during his stay.He was an 18-time NBA All-Star and the 2008 NBA Most Valuable Player and also helped the United States capture Olympic gold in 2008 at Beijing and 2012 in London.last_img read more

Epstein Autopsy Shows Broken Neck Bones

first_imgAn autopsy performed on Jeffrey Epstein showed he “sustained multiple breaks in his neck bones.” According to reports, the bones broken in Epstein’s neck included the hyoid bone, which is near the Adam’s apple. This sort of break can happen when a person hangs themselves or dies by strangulation according to forensics experts.Autopsy finds broken bones in Jeffrey Epstein’s neck, deepening questions around his death https://t.co/81Pj7KuT0g— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) August 15, 2019last_img read more

FA Cup Quarter Finals: Watford beats Crystal Palace for Wembley ticket

first_imgSecond-half substitute Andre Gray scored two minutes after coming on to send Watford into the FA Cup semi-finals with victory over Crystal Palace at Vicarage Road.The Hornets had earlier led through Etienne Capoue’s instinctive finish before Michy Batshuayi levelled for the Eagles, finishing coolly after dispossessing Adrian Mariappa.But soon after after replacing Will Hughes, Gray fired past Vincente Guaita to send his club into only their sixth FA Cup semi-final.After retaking the lead the hosts looked the more likely side to score as Troy Deeney saw an effort well saved and Aaron Wan-Bissaka made a crucial intervention to keep out Gerard Deulofeu in the closing stages.Javi Gracia’s Watford have now beaten Palace three times this season, having done the double over them in the Premier League.Javi Gracia prepared for Saturday’s quarter-final by resting seven players for their league game at Manchester City last weekend.While it may have cost them their best chance of upsetting City at the Etihad, Gracia’s decision proved fruitful with the Spaniard and his team now having an FA Cup semi-final at Wembley to prepare for.Deulofeu, who netted against City, was their main threat throughout, his livewire running and trickery a constant thorn in the Eagles’ side.It was the Spanish forward who tested Vincente Guaita in the Palace goal first, wriggling his way into space before firing off a powerful shot as the hosts dominated the opening exchanges.The Eagles keeper, making his FA Cup debut, was put under pressure throughout the first half and he had already flapped at several crosses before the Hornets took the lead through Capoue.However, he soon made amends by tipping another vicious strike from Deulofeu over the bar, before denying the ex-Everton and Barcelona player again, saving his goal-bound free-kick.Watford’s intensity dropped in the second half and they were made to pay when Batshuayi levelled on the hour mark.But after that they regained control and Gray netted their winner shortly after coming on – finishing with aplomb after Pereyra had found him in space in the middle of the box.An emotional Heurelho Gomes led the full-time celebrations at Vicarage Road, with the 38-year-old goalkeeper, who is set to retire at the end of the season, perhaps eyeing one last hurrah.“It’s sensational. I couldn’t ask for more,” Gomes told BBC Match of the Day. “It was amazing today – it was emotional to be honest.“It has been a great five years here. I am 99% sure I will retire at the end of the season but still 1% I haven’t decided, but that is what I plan for from two or three years ago. I am 38 so I think it is the end of my career here.”–Source: BBClast_img read more

LA Clippers’ coach Doc Rivers praises Pablo Prigioni

first_imgIt was Wilcox’s second D-League assignment this season. Previously, he played seven games for the Bakersfield Jam, for whom he averaged 19.6 points, 4.1 rebounds and 2.7 assists in 35.4 minutes.All told, in 14 games, Wilcox averaged 17.6 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 33.6 minutes.Rivers appreciates what Wilcox is doing in these stints.“I like it a lot,” he said. “I think (general manager) Dave Wohl and (assistant general manager) Gary Sacks, they’ve done a great job of trying to pinpoint the place that’s for him. And they’ve done a great of making sure that they run stuff that we run, even though it’s not our team.“That’s the most difficult part and teams have done that, so I was really happy with it.”Wilcox admitted it’s tough going back and forth.“It’s definitely a challenge,” he said. “But it’s good to play. I think that kind of takes away some of the stress that would normally be there because you’re actually getting to play and run up and down the floor, so that helps.”Griffin updateThere is not much to report on Griffin, who missed his eighth consecutive game Sunday with a partially torn left quad tendon. Rivers said Griffin definitely won’t play Wednesday when the Clippers host Miami.“He has yet to run, I mean, like really run,” Rivers said; Griffin has run on a treadmill. “I think he’s going to start doing that, hopefully, soon. Once he runs, how does he feel? Is there a setback? These things, they have their own little way of healing.”Griffin had a stomach virus Saturday, Rivers said. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error Reserve guard Pablo Prigioni was averaging just 2.1 points and 2.0 assists in 17 games for the Clippers ahead of their 114-111 overtime victory Sunday over the New Orleans Pelicans. But he has made his mark in other ways since being put into the regular rotation Dec. 19 in Houston.Coach Doc Rivers praised the 38-year-old from Argentina prior to tipoff at Staples Center.“He’s been great,” Rivers said. “He’s just been solid. He runs the team and that’s so important. I think if you just looked at him, or looked at his numbers, you wouldn’t be that impressed. He goes yesterday without a shot, he goes games without shots; he has assists. But he just knows how to play. He gives that second unit more craftiness.”Rivers likes Prigioni’s court vision.center_img “He sees things that are good for Jamal (Crawford) and Austin (Rivers) offensively that he’ll run,” the coach said. “And I think bringing him in and Cole (Aldrich) in at the same time have probably helped them both because those are the two that worked out together every day since training camp and so they have their own little chemistry, which I think is good as well.”Prigioni and Aldrich, a reserve post, played together on the New York Knicks.Prigioni has an assist-to-turnover ratio of 2.8. Only starting point guard Chris Paul’s is better at 3.5.Wilcox returnsThe Clippers (25-11) have recalled guard C.J. Wilcox from the Canton Charge of the NBA Development League. Wilcox, in his second season, played seven games for the Charge. He averaged 15.6 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.1 assists in 31.8 minutes.last_img read more

Deontay Wilder still optimistic for eventual fights vs. Joshua, Fury: ‘We want to see the best fight the best’

first_imgNEW YORK — Deontay Wilder took the podium at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Tuesday, relegating his mandatory WBC title defense against Dominic Breazeale on May 18 to getting rid of that pesky fly that’s “always buzzing in your ear.”While Wilder attempts to swat that fly, as he put it, he knows he’s a lion in the heavyweight landscape. With his decision to stay put with Showtime, and Anthony Joshua fighting on DAZN, the chances for the highly-anticipated clash to decide an undisputed heavyweight champion of the world will likely be delayed. The same goes for a Wilder-Tyson Fury rematch, which was already delayed and scrapped, altogether, once the latter signed with Top Rank/ESPN. That’s three lions worlds apart. Yet, Wilder doesn’t think fight fans will have to wait much longer to see them clash.Watch Anthony Joshua vs. Jarrell Miller on June 1 on DAZN“I don’t really think it’s going to be that long, to be honest,” Wilder told Sporting News following the press conference. “It’s going to take some time, but I don’t think it’s going to be a long, drawn-out thing.“Once these networks start coming together and realize that everyone is better together than separated … it’s so many egos, so many different things in boxing that [keeps] the best fights from happening,” he continued. “In the heavyweight division, I can promise you that [everything] in our power — when I say our power, meaning my team because we are one — we want what you guys want. We want the best to fight the best.”Throughout this whole ordeal of trying to cement a fight with Joshua or Fury, Wilder (40-0-1, 39 KOs) believes he’s unfairly been typecast as the fighter who should cave in and meet the demands of the others to make the fights happen. That isn’t going to fly with “The Bronze Bomber.”“These guys chose their path, I’m the last man,” Wilder said, referencing Joshua choosing to fight on DAZN and Fury signing with Top Rank/ESPN just last month before he decided to stick with Showtime. “Now, people are expecting me to do the noble thing and give the fans what they want. I’ve been giving ya’ll what ya’ll want. How many times I gotta be the last one to submit to everyone? Why I gotta be the only one to say ‘I’m gonna do it to give people what they want?’ No. It’s not going to happen like that. I’m my own man.”That being said, there’s still daylight in trying to make a Joshua-Wilder fight happen sooner than later, according to Shelly Finkel, Wilder’s manager and advisor.“He’s able to move anywhere he wants. He controls it,” Finkel, said. “He doesn’t need to be part of DAZN, he doesn’t need to be part of ESPN. If there’s a joint promotion, who he chooses, that can happen. So, he has that flexibility. Nobody else in the heavyweight division has that flexibility.”Showtime president Stephen Espinoza kept mum about the details of Wilder’s contract with the network, but told SN: “We’ve got a deal in place and we’re continuing to discuss long term with Deontay. His goals continue to be a Joshua fight and a Fury rematch. The question is how can we make this happen? And I think we need a little bit more cooperation from the other side. We’ve been talking different languages.”MORE: Anthony Joshua tops boxing industry pollSo, while fight fans continue to patiently wait for a Wilder-Joshua fight or Wilder-Fury rematch, a Wilder-Breazeale matchup on May 18 followed by a Joshua-Jarrell Miller fight on June 1 await.Both are seeped in bad blood. Miller shoved Joshua during a press conference last month to formally announce the fight, paving the way for memorable choice words to be exchanged between the heavyweights.Back in February 2017, both Wilder and Breazeale shared a card in Birmingham, Ala. In the aftermath of Wilder knocking out Gerald Washington and Breazeale knocking out Izuagbe Ugonoh, Breazeale claims Wilder and his crew confronted him when he was with his wife and kids in a hotel lobby. Wilder claims his younger brother, also a boxer, Marsellos, dropped Breazeale during the incident, which he says could’ve gone a lot worse for the Eastvale, Calif., product.“You got dropped by a cruiserweight,” Wilder said toward Breazeale during Tuesday’s press conference, before proceeding to yell at his opponent the entire length of the faceoff and beyond. Deontay Wilder literally talked to Dominic Breazeale for the entire faceoff.#WilderBreazeale pic.twitter.com/OsGxFZ1r1N— Sporting News Fights (@sn_fights) March 19, 2019 Breazeale would later tell Sporting News: “I know he ran from me for a long time — at least a year and a half. He’s got everything to lose and I got everything to gain.” That latter part is true. But if Wilder defeats Breazeale — as expected — perhaps he’ll stick around in New York City a bit longer to catch the Joshua-Miller bout at Madison Square Garden two weeks later. After all, that’s the confrontation fight fans and the media alike want to see.With their fights so close in succession, there’ll likely be a strong public outcry to make the mega fight happen in the fall. Of course, that means the two sides of the street reaching common ground. And as we’ve seen in the past, accomplishing that is easier said than done.Editor’s note: Sporting News is one of the digital media brands operated by DAZN Group.last_img read more

Wellington Police Notes: Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016

first_imgWellington Police notes for Wednesday, February 17, 2016•12:46 a.m. Officers investigated disorderly conduct by known suspect in the 700 block E. Harvey, Wellington.•7:36 a.m. Non-Injury accident in the 1700 block E. 16th, Wellington involving vehicles operated by Ryan A. Olson, 19, Wellington and Bruce W. Mankins, 55, Wellington.•8:16 a.m. Officers took a miscellaneous report in the 1400 block Michigan, Wellington by known subject(s).•6:43 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious ctivity in the 500 block E. 16th, Wellington.•8:05 p.m. Officers took a report of suspicious activity in the 300 block S. Washington, Wellington.•8:51 p.m. Stephen W. Hawks, 43, Wellington was issued a notice to appear for disobeyed stop sign.•11:32 p.m. Officers assisted an outside agency in the 1000 block N. Jefferson, Wellington.last_img read more