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And will any of it matter for his legions of supporters?5 million.who employed actors to wear radiation suits and staged fake testsThey leave Iran unable to access nearly four-fifths of the $100 billion in reserves the country holds in international accounts she said, Minn. died when she was pinned under the vehicle she had been driving on Cascade Beach Road around 6:30 pmA passenger Julie Anne Fasciana of St Paul was uninjuredThe sheriff’s office said the women had been exploring potential vacation cabins when they had difficulty trying to release the emergency brake to exit a steep private driveway It’s believed Anderson became pinned beneath her Toyota Camry when it rolled off the edge of the driveway“This is a terribly tragic fluke accident and our thoughts are with the family and friends of the victim and parties involved” Sheriff Pat Eliasen saidAs it remains to be seen whether Charlottesville Virginia will keep its statue of General Robert E Leea debate that sparked a rally and counter-protests that resulted in at least one death and multiple injuriesone may naturally wonder what the leader of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia would do While we’ll never know what he would think about efforts to remove Confederate monuments (of which there are 700 Confederate statues and monuments on public property nationwide today) it’s clear he didn’t want them built in the first placeand for some of the same reasons they’re controversial today: too divisive Jonathan Horn author of the biography The Man Who Would Not Be Washington: Robert E Lee’s Civil War and His Decision That Changed American History wrote that after Lee became president of Washington College in Lexington Virginia in 1865 he received many proposals for memorials but turned them down because he thought they would “anger the victorious Federals” As he wrote in a 1866 letter: “As regards the erection of such a monument as is contemplated; my conviction is that however grateful it would be to the feelings of the South the attempt in the present condition of the Country would have the effect of retarding instead of accelerating its accomplishment; & of continuing if not adding to the difficulties under which the Southern people labour” In that same year he also rejected a proposal to build a monument to Stonewall Jackson arguing that it would be unfair to ask families of Confederate veterans for money to build one when they hardly have enough money to feed their families as Horn explained Three years later when the Gettysburg Battlefield Memorial Association invited Lee to come up to the historic site “for the purpose of marking upon the ground by enduring memorials of granite the positions and movements of the armies on the field” he didn’t explicitly reject the invite because he lost that battle but framed his reason for not attending more broadly: “I think it wiser moreover not to keep open the sores of war but to follow the examples of those nations who endeavored to obliterate the marks of civil strife to commit to oblivion the feelings engendered” Horn also points out that Lee didn’t want to be buried in his Confederate uniform either so no former Confederate soldiers wore their uniforms and no flags were present during his 1870 funeral procession Lee thought instead of putting a lot of time and money into memorializing the Confederate Generals “All I think that can now be done is to aid our noble & generous women in their efforts to protect the graves & mark the last resting places of those who have fallen & wait for better times” as he wrote in 1866 Write to Olivia B Waxman at [email protected] one nephrologist at an Ottawa hospital asked a patient to bring in his home blood pressure monitoring machine he only planned to teach him how to use it But he noticed something strange The measurement was 21 units off from the device the doctor uses in his office a gulf that can mean the difference between normal and high blood pressure “That took me aback because in some patients we are looking at home readings to make our decisions for treatment” says Dr Swapnil Hiremath of The Ottawa Hospital So he decided to check out the machines of all his patients expecting no more than 1% of the machines to give the wrong reading Instead according to a new study he’ll present at American Society of Nephrology’s Kidney Week next month he and his team found that home blood pressure readings might be off in up to 15% of patients The researchers asked 210 patients to bring in their home blood pressure monitors and tested them against the gold-standard in-office machinesknown as mercury sphygmomanometers A full 30% were more than 5 units off in the systolic measurement or when the heart is contracting and 8% were off by more than 10 Diastolic blood pressure measurements when the heart is resting between beats were even more askew: 32% were off by 5 units and 9% by more than 10 units Depending on the patient those discrepancies could be enough to influence treatment decisions Hiremath says he doesn’t know why so many of the readings are off especially since all the machines are validated by FDA and Health Canada before they appear on the market “Despite that” he says “these errors are happening and were getting these variations in readings” Hiremath takes three readings to ensure accuracy and instead of merely encouraging his patients to test their home monitors against the kind used in doctors’ offices now he all but mandates it “It’s a resource intensive thing to do” he says “There are no easy fixes here” Contact us at [email protected] and indeed, "If it is not made in America then we don’t want it is what the Trump administration is saying.

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