June 14, 2021

RaceBuddy: Watch live in-car cameras at Sonoma

first_imgPit-In Cam Camera Angle Battle-Cam 2 Feed 6 Feeds 5-8 Mosaic 2 Camera Source Watch two Mosaics with four feeds apiece, two Battle Cams showing the best side-by-side racing on the track, a backstretch cam and pit-in cam.Or ride along at Sonoma Raceway with four NASCAR Sprint Cup Series drivers.Check out the full slate of camera angles below, and tune in to the Toyota-Save Mart 350 on Sunday at 3 p.m. ET on TNT. Battle-Cam 1 Backstretch Cam NASCAR.com’s RaceBuddy is back for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series races for the first time in 2013 with 10 live, HD feeds. Click here for NASCAR.com RaceBuddy No. 10 Danica Patrick Feeds 1-4 No. 14 Tony Stewart Feed 5 Feed 2 Feed 7No. 9 Marcos Ambrose Feed 4 Feed 3 Feed 1 Mosaic 1 Feed 8No. 42 Juan Pablo Montoyalast_img read more

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Abortion and subsequent mental health: Review of the literature

first_imgOnline Library 16 July 2013Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences July 2013The risk that abortion may be correlated with subsequent mental disorders needs a careful assessment, in order to offer women full information when facing a difficult pregnancy. All research papers published between 1995 and 2011, were examined, to retrieve those assessing any correlation between abortion and subsequent mental problems. A total of 36 studies were retrieved, and six of them were excluded for methodological bias. Depression, anxiety disorders (e.g. post-traumatic stress disorder) and substance abuse disorders were the most studied outcome. Abortion versus childbirth: 13 studies showed a clear risk for at least one of the reported mental problems in the abortion group versus childbirth, five papers showed no difference, in particular if women do not consider their experience of fetal loss to be difficult, or if after a fetal reduction the desired fetus survives. Only one paper reported a worse mental outcome for childbearing. Abortion versus unplanned pregnancies ending with childbirth: four studies found a higher risk in the abortion groups and three, no difference. Abortion versus miscarriage: three studies showed a greater risk of mental disorders due to abortion, four found no difference and two found that short-term anxiety and depression were higher in the miscarriage group, while long-term anxiety and depression were present only in the abortion group. In conclusion, fetal loss seems to expose women to a higher risk for mental disorders than childbirth; some studies show that abortion can be considered a more relevant risk factor than miscarriage; more research is needed in this field.http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/pcn.12067/abstractlast_img read more

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LA County Fair to hold ‘USC Day’ tomorrow

first_imgAdmission to the Los Angeles County Fair will be free this Saturday to current USC students, faculty and staff. The fair takes place at the Pomona Fairplex and Saturday hours are from 10 a.m. to midnight.USC Recreational Sports has been partnering with the fair since 2009. The only costs to students and faculty to attend Saturday are food, transportation and anything else they’d like to purchase while there. Tickets are available until Friday afternoon on the Recreational Sports website.Over 800 student groups have been invited to attend the fair, including from Greek organizations and international student groups, and there will be a parade featuring student groups.“What we’re trying to do is to integrate a whole lot of different types of people through a common bond of going off campus and having a fun experience,” said Michael Munson, associate director of Recreational Sports.Kimaya Karnawat, a sophomore majoring in business administration, plans to attend with friends.“We’re all fairly new to the L.A. area, so it’ll be a really cool experience,” she said. “I’m just looking forward to going with my friends, having a good time, relaxing and taking time off from schoolwork to have fun.”Events at the fair include cooking contests, circus performances, carnival rides and pig races. Each year on USC day, a pig is dressed in a USC bib and cheered on by USC students, faculty and alumni in the race. There will also be a viewing party for the football game against Boston College with USC Spirit Leaders present.“People can come and watch the entire game, or they can go out and do stuff at the fair and then come back. The viewing party is really the one central meeting place for all Trojans,” Munson said.Natasha Simone, a sophomore majoring in theatre, is planning to attend the fair this weekend.“I’ve only been to little pop-up fairs on the street, but I’ve never actually been to the full L.A. County Fair,” Simone said. “Basically, if there’s a Ferris wheel, I’ll be extremely happy. I’m just planning to have a good time with my girlfriends.”On Saturday, the fair will close with an End of Summer Concert Series performance by R5 featuring Ryland Lynch, which begins at 7:30 p.m. The concert is included in the admission ticket.Students who register online by the Friday deadline will receive an electronic coupon from Recreational Sports that will allow them to enter the fair. Non-USC guests can receive discounted $11 tickets through the county fair website with a USC promotional code.Those who registered on time also have the option of purchasing bus transportation leaving from the Lyon Center. Additionally, seating might be available on the day of the event on a first-come, first-served basis. The cost to ride the bus is $10 per student. It departs at 3 p.m. and will return to campus after the concert on Saturday, around 10:30 p.m.The fair runs until Sept. 28 this year. Normal admission for adults is $19 on the weekends and $12 on weekdays. Information about the event can also be found on the USC Day at the L.A. County Fair 2014 Facebook page.last_img read more

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Who Will Run On Red Bank’s GOP Ticket?

first_imgBy John BurtonRED BANK – The longstanding discord among Red Bank Republicans calls into question whether an incumbent will secure her party’s nomination for the borough council race for November.Democrats have announced their candidates, selecting incumbent councilmember Kathy Horgan to run for an additional three-year term and naming attorney and current Zoning Board of Adjustment member Erik Yngstrom as her running mate for the two available seats for the November ballot.“I’m really glad we’re organized early and we have two strong candidates,” said Edward Zipprich, municipal Democratic Committee chairman and borough councilman.On the Republican side, municipal committee chairman Sean Di Somma said this week the party wouldn’t decide on its slate of two candidates until later this month. Petitions have to be filed with the municipal clerk by April 4 at 4:30 p.m.But Di Somma’s further comments calls into question as to what the committee will do about nominating Republican incumbent Cindy Burnham, whose term is up this year.Di Somma said “I personally have not endorsed Cindy Burnham,” and has no plans to. Di Somma added that the three other incumbent Republican councilmembers have not offered their support for Burnham, either.The committee has the ability to name anyone, as long as the candidate meets the residency requirement and is a registered party member. “The local committee will decide who gets the party line,” Di Somma said. And the chairman said he believes anyone seeking the nomination “should have to come before the committee and say this is why I deserve your endorsement and this is why I deserve the party line (on the official ballot),” Di Somma said.But in the real world, the committee chair is likely to have considerable sway over the selection process. Having the party ballot line is an advantage for the candidate in securing the support of party faithful, especially in a presidential election year, which traditionally will draw out more voters.Burnham said this week, whatever the municipal party decides, she is empathic that, “I’m focused on working on Red Bank and getting re-elected.”“I’m going to seek the committee’s support and I’ll see where it goes from there,” she said, leaving the door open for a possible independent run to retain her seat on the six-member borough council. “Where it goes, who knows,” she offered.Di Somma and Burnham were running mates three years ago for council seats, with Burnham succeeding. Early on in that campaign, tension developed between the two, with both of them for all purposes campaigning independently. That tension has only become more pronounced both behind the scenes and increasingly publicly, especially as Burnham continues to operate as an independent firebrand, at times criticizing the actions of her fellow GOP councilmembers and others on the governing body.Burnham, long a self-described “citizen activist,” has a long history of sparring with the previous Democratic-controlled borough council, going back before being elected. When she won in 2013, she became the first Republican to take a council seat since 2007. “I definitely revived the Republican Party,” in the borough, she maintained, and said she is “disappointed” in what appears to be lack of support in the party for her candidacy.In the last two years, with Di Somma serving as committee chair, the local GOP won a total of three council seats, holding a 4-2 majority, the party’s first majority on the council in more than two decades.last_img read more

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first_imgJOCKEY QUOTES PETER FLUOR, COLLECTED, WINNER: “This is the first time I’ve been able to see him run, it was a special treat.“I liked his conformation. I liked him, we went to look at him two times and then that was it; it’s not always that quick. So far, so good.“He was on the outside all the way around and Martin moved him at the perfect time. This is his first race on dirt and he works beautifully over it (in the mornings.) His dad, City Zip was a terrific dirt horse so I was optimistic, optimistic with caution.“Bob thought he might do better on grass. Bob called me after his first race, which was down the hillside turf and said ‘that’s the first time in all my years that I’ve won that race!’ I said, ‘I’m glad we could both break our maiden.’“I’ll visit with Bob, we’ll talk over the next couple of weeks. I just wanted to win a race! So we’ll see.” KENT DESORMEAUX, LET’S MEET IN RIO, SECOND: “He was just getting his motor running there at the sixteenth pole. I think he’ll relish more ground, and that’s encouraging.”(On the inquiry)“It was incidental, but it was purely my fault. I think my angle for the pocket was too smart. I should have been further out to hit that hole. Most of the reason for that is I was suspecting something would happen a little further up, and it didn’t develop. I found myself having to make too much of a smart line to the right, and once I did finally find the outside, trying to get back straight, the momentum carried me and tipped the other horse on my outside. I might be in trouble, but I’m pretty sure the results wouldn’t have changed. It didn’t cause any loss of placing by any of the runners.”TRAINER QUOTES NOTES: The winning owner is Peter Fluor of Houston who races as Speedway Stable, LLC. MARTIN GARCIA, COLLECTED, WINNER: “I was full of horse on the backstretch. I knew I never wanted to be in behind horses, I just wanted him to flow. Everybody decided to send, so I took advantage of that. He was a little wide but I took him back a little after the first turn and he let me do whatever I wanted. When I asked him, he took off.” BOB BAFFERT, COLLECTED, WINNER, AND LET’S MEET IN RIO, SECOND: “He really impressed me with his last couple works, so I was sort of excited to see what he could do, but you never know until they do it. I was hoping for a little easier trip, hoping to lone speed, but that didn’t work out. Everybody had the same instructions, but Martin did a great job. He stayed patient with him and still had something left at the end after all that, so that was pretty impressive.“Let’s Meet in Rio looks like he’ll go longer. He was really coming late. It’s the time of year when you want to see something like that, so it’s exciting. He really had to work a little extra hard on the outside like that . . . but he responded the way you want him to respond. He kept on digging away at it.”            “I think this race will do him some good. I could tell in the paddock he looked a little heavy. He’s a very fast horse and there’s something about him in the mornings that really encouraged me that he’s going to be a runner.” -30-last_img read more

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