The University of Maryland School of Medicine is activelyrecruiting for a full time Board Certified or Board EligibleAddiction trained Physician for a position in our academic medicalcenter. The position includes working in our multidisciplinarySubstance Abuse Consultation Service which is a major addictiontraining site, and in our outpatient methadone, suboxone deafaddiction, and telemedicine, and sports medicine clinics. Inaddition, there will be opportunities for internationalcollaborations and the potential for an administrative role in ourAddiction Psychiatry and Medicine Fellowship Programs.Opportunities for teaching, collaborative research and otherclinical work are also available. Salaries are competitive withyears of experience. Please send CVs to Jill RachBeisel, M.D. ViceChair of Clinical Affairs, Department of Psychiatry [email protected] UMB is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. Allqualified applicants will receive consideration for employmentwithout regard to sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, race,color, religion, national origin, disability, protected Veteranstatus, age, or any other characteristic protected by law orpolicyQualifications :Board Certified or Board Eligible Addiction trained Physician for aposition in our academic medical center. The position includesworking in our multidisciplinary Substance Abuse ConsultationService which is a major addiction training site, and in ouroutpatient methadone, suboxone deaf addiction, and telemedicine,and sports medicine clinics
Cordial exes. Despite splitting after six years together, Nikki Bella and John Cena will always be on good terms — despite both of them moving on.“John and I will be tied forever. I get that, like, we had a public relationship on a reality show for six years,” the former WWE wrestler, 36, told Us Weekly exclusively while promoting the new season of Total Bellas. “All I’ve ever wanted was for him to be happy. So, it makes me happy when I see that and, like, him kicking butt in the movie world and all that stuff. I love that!”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “I think most women do [that] when they get depressed because they are embarrassed by it,” Brie said. “Also, because you’re prideful and I was like, you got to let it all go. You have to communicate with him because then he can help you. That’s what you need.”For more of their journey into motherhood together, watch the exclusive video above.Total Bellas premieres on E! Thursday, November 12, at 9 p.m. ET.With reporting by Christina GaribaldiListen to Watch With Us to hear more about your favorite shows and for the latest TV news! During the interview, Nikki also detailed her postpartum battle, which is especially tough when Chigvintsev, 38, is away for Dancing With the Stars.“I was so supportive, like, ‘Go and do it! I got this.’ Then I got shook, like, no, I don’t have this. Like, why did I think I could do this alone as a new mom?” she revealed to Us. “Then I came to L.A., and, like, Artem is still so busy here and it’s not like he is fully present when he’s home. He is trying to be the greatest dad — and he’s an amazing dad — but I would be lying to say, ‘Oh, it’s great.’ It has definitely been a struggle for us. It’s hard. We have so many ups and downs. It’s been so difficult on our relationship because I need so much from him. But he’s torn between his job that requires so much from him and then us at home. My depression kicks in so hard.”When she had a hard time expressing how she was feeling to the Russia native, Brie, 36, stepped in to talk to Chigvintsev and tell him that Nikki’s hiding her feelings.- Advertisement – Bella, who split from Cena, 43, in 2018, got engaged to Artem Chigvintsev in January, and the couple welcomed their first son, Matteo, in July. The actor, for his part, tied the knot Shay Shariatzadeh in October.Nikki Bella, John Cena and Brie Bella. AFF-USA/Shutterstock; Shutterstock; MediaPunch/ShutterstockBrie Bella welcomed her second child, a son named Buddy, with husband Bryan Danielson only one day after her twin gave birth.“So with the baby, he reached out to Brie and I both,” Nikki told Us. “We haven’t had an individual conversation in gosh, I don’t know how long, but it was very short and sweet!”- Advertisement –
On the other hand, V’s lawyer, Asri Vidya Dewi ,said her side would appeal. “The judges ignored many facts during the trial, such as the fact that V had reported the case to the Garut Police prior to her arrest. She was also a minor when the videos were made,” Asri said as quoted by tribunnews.com.She added that filing an appeal was important because it would set a legal precedent for women involved in trafficking cases.V was arrested in August last year alongside her husband, 31-year-old A, after videos showing her engaging in sexual intercourse with three men went viral on social media. The woman accused A of forcing her to engage in sexual acts with other men for money.Read also: West Java teen falls victim to ‘sextortion’ by online ex-boyfriendHer husband died one month later, before his trial was due to start. V and her lawyers asserted the claim that she was a victim because she had been forced by her husband to make the sex videos. However, prosecutors dismissed the claim. “The real victim here are the people. Why did they only claim to be victims now that the videos have gone viral?” Garut Prosecutor’s Office official Dapot Dariarma said on March 12 as quoted by kompas.com. (nal)Topics : Judges at the Garut District Court in West Java have found a 20-year-old woman guilty of creating and starring in several pornographic videos, sentencing her to three years in prison.“[We hereby] punish the defendant to three years’ imprisonment and Rp 1 billion [US$69,818] in fines,” presiding judge Hasanudin read from the verdict on Thursday as quoted by Antara.The bench argued that the woman, identified as V, was guilty of violating Article 8 of the 2008 Pornograhy Law for appearing in pornographic content. Apart from the women, the court also sentenced two men that appear in a video, identified as AD and W, to two years’ and nine months’ imprisonment.The sentence was lighter than the five years’ imprisonment demanded by prosecutors. Meanwhile, prosecutors had demanded that the court sentence both men to four years in prison.“We respect the court’s sentence and are still considering whether we will appeal it,” prosecutor Sugeng Hariadi said.Read also: ‘Pesantren’ head reported to police for allegedly marrying 7-year-old girl
Throw-in is at 3.30 on Sunday afternoon in Semple Stadium. Tipp FM will have full live coverage in association with O’Donovan Marquees, Birdhill. His comments come as the Premier gear up for the start of their championship season against Waterford in Semple Stadium this Sunday.Tipperary has collected Minor and Under 21 awards over the last number of years and the aim now is to reap the rewards at senior level.Peter Creedon believes if Tipp find consistency in their play this season, anything is possible.
Related News The NFL Players Association has sent out a “work stoppage guide” to its players in preparation for a potential lockout following the 2020 season. Frankly, it’s advice we could all use.Though both the NFL and NFLPA insist it’s unlikely there will be a lockout, this better-safe-than-sorry guide (a copy of which was obtained by Pro Football Talk) includes some harsh real-life advice for players living upper-crust lifestyles. Jimmy Garoppolo throws 5 straight interceptions in practice Odell Beckham Jr. injury update: Browns receiver has hip problem A few of the highlights include:Consider selling a car you have not driven in the past six monthsTry cooking at home instead of eating outAdopt a weekly “no spending day”Consider renting instead of buying a homeRent out unoccupied homes or bedroomsTry selling clothes you have not worn in a year on Poshmark, Thredup or TradesyAvoid co-signing on loansCut down on giving money to friends and familySave half of each paycheck (if not more)Make needed major home repairs nowSolid suggestions, really. Eric Reid sounds infuriated with Jay Z and Roc Nation’s NFL deal The NFL and NFL Players Association met last Monday in Chicago for a preliminary bargaining session, according to Pro Football Talk, with reported the talks as positive and amicable.But, PFT noted, “(e)ventually, they’ll begin grappling over the key issues” such as how to carve a multibillion-dollar pie (the current CBA gives players 47 percent to 48.5 percent of revenue, down from 50 percent in the previous CBA), the salary cap and spending floor, league revenue spent on stadium construction/renovation and the number preseason and regular-season games among other topics.The two sides thus far are intent on keeping their actual negotiations out of the public spotlight, despite some saber-rattling on both sides. The goal is to prevent a work stoppage ahead of the 2021 season in the most popular and lucrative league in North America.
Hilda Namutosi, the school head teacher says that most sports students have become reluctant to continue with their classroom routines and instead opted for curricular activities.“Sporting activities are essential as they make children healthy and busy but my only challenge is that, despite the set sports schedules, students abandon daily classroom routines which has led to poor performance and discouraged parents supporting professionalization of such activities in the school,” added Namutosi.*****URNShare on: WhatsApp FILE PHOTO: Joshua Kiprui CheptegeiKampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | Uganda’s IAAF 10,000 meter gold medalist, Joshua Cheptegei says that the sports industry in the country is growing at a slow pace due to inexperienced and unprofessional leaders governing the industry.Speaking to journalists after addressing students at his former school MM College Wairaka in Jinja district on Saturday, Cheptegei said that the industry should be left to the country’s former champions and ex-internationals to manage.He made it clear that former champions and ex-internationals can closely relate with the challenges in the sport other than politicians whose interests are far away from those of sportsmen and women.Cheptegei argues that unlike other professions where scholars can use the knowledge acquired in class and excel, be believes that because sports is practical only those that faced the hurdles involved in it can set better policies for the industry.He further advised the education ministry to prioritize sports activities in all schools by offering professional skills to the different sports masters and coaches which will nurture the industry from the grassroots.
Facebook0Tweet0Pin0 Submitted by the Thurston County Fair OfficeAntiques Appraisals at the 2013 Thurston County FairEnter online today for appraisal event Aug. 2 It’s time to clean up those collectibles and dust off those antiques because the Antiques Appraisal event is back again this year at the Thurston County Fair. Entries are being accepted now for the antiques appraisal event on Friday, August 2 at 4 p.m. in Heritage Hall when a professional appraiser will examine and evaluate each of the pieces. There is no fee to enter an antique or collectible item for appraisal, but all antiques owners must be present at the August 2 event and pay gate admission for the fair. Submit your item and its story using the online form here.All antiques appraisal items must be delivered to Heritage Hall at the Thurston County Fairgrounds on Sunday, July 28 for display during the fair. Fairgoers will not have access to the display stage, and most items, depending on their size, will be kept in locked cases. No guns or other weapons will be accepted.For more information on the antiques appraisal event, contact Ann Shipley at (360) 791-6086 or at [email protected] For more information about other events at the 2013 Thurston County Fair, contact the Thurston County Fair Office at (360) 786-5453 or visit our website here.“Laughter and Ladybugs at the Thurston County Fair!July 31 – August 4, 2013