In a study of 79,839 women followed for 14 years, eating fish two or more times a week was associated with a reduced risk of lacunar infarction (occlusion of a deep brain artery), and women in the highest quintile of omega-3 fatty acid intake had a reduced risk of total stroke compared with women in the lowest quintile (Iso et al., 2001; A study of Japanese who had had a stroke and had high cholesterol found that taking Omega-3 with a statin drug reduced the risk of recurrent stroke 20% better than did a statin alone (Tanaka et al., 2008; Uzoma, K. The effects of the omega-3 fatty acids include increasing the production of natural neuroprotectants in the brain, reducing inflammation and cell death, and activating genes that may protect brain cells.Is it really the gear you’re using, or is it something else?
So wouldn't we all love a set of f/2 DX zooms to offset that disadvantage so that we can continue to shoot DX?
But new allegations involving Russia are sure to inject an extra charge.
The news conference, expected to begin at 11 am ET in midtown Manhattan, follows exclusive reporting by CNN on Tuesday that classified documents presented last week to President Barack Obama and Trump included allegations that Russian operatives claim to have compromising personal and financial information about Mr.
Trump, multiple US officials with direct knowledge of the briefings tell CNN.
You’ll need to do some soul searching and honest evaluation. If I were to characterize the “biggest problem” presented by posters at Internet Photography Site #1, it would be “my camera’s lack of dynamic range.” That despite the fact that we have more dynamic range with digital today than we had with slide film and more than most people know what to do with.
Apart from the fact that such a beautiful young lady with great future prospects has passed on so soon, the below allegation that two prominent health centres in Ghana were grossly negligent and contributed or caused to her death makes her death an incident of public interest. Daniel Dugan has told the story–as found on Nana Kwesi Sei-Nkansah’s facebook wall: “Today, I wish to dedicate my page to young and beautiful Verma Marie Annan, a twenty-three year old woman and graduate of University of Ghana, Legon, Accra, who packed bag and baggage and left to Heaven on Sunday, November 20, 2016, the Feast of Christ the King.