Dominic Thiem, one of many gamers who began 2019 in higher form, finalist on the Australian Open, the place he was defeated solely by Novak Djokovic, managed to return to Austria to spend the interval of confinement along with his household after the suspension of the American quick monitor tour as a result of coronavirus pandemic. From his dwelling, he displays on the stoppage of tennis in an interview for the Pink Bull web site. “Now there are more important things than the circuit and anything. It’s about folks’s well being. ”Thiem, who spends time along with his brother, his mother and father and his canine, doesn’t cover that the scenario impacts him fairly a bit mentally and sports activities:After all, it has a big effect on the remainder of the season, because it does for everybody else. We should adapt. We’ve got to attend and see when this begins once more. Then my workforce and I’ll see how we are able to put together optimally and plan the remainder of the course. ” “This has been like going from 100 to 0! From ‘each week of journey’ to ‘dwelling alone’ ”, he feedback on the present scenario”. The 26-year-old Austrian and quantity three on this planet misses “particularly regular social life. That you could exit and do what you need. ” “I’m lacking that. And naturally I can’t do my job proper now. “. In the meantime, he will get up “comparatively loads” day-after-day, trains and runs “till 5 – 6 within the afternoon”. Then, on the sofa, “with the TV and the PlayStation.” “Taking part in FIFA 20 at house is my favourite exercise. We are 14 associates and we play on-line. Every one controls a participant. We are all related by headphones. It’s enjoyable”, feedback earlier than expressing the want that good things come out of this pandemic: “I hope that society learns. And that we conclude that an excessive amount of globalization, if every thing turns into too massive and quick, just isn’t good. Not for the planet, not for folks, not for the surroundings. I hope that sooner or later every thing will degree off. ”
The Institute of Medicine found that the military’s programs don’t keep up with standard medical practices used in civilian life and that health care providers aren’t adequately trained at all levels.NewsHour: Military Not Doing Enough To Curb Alcohol, Drug Abuse, IOM ConcludesIn a report requested by the Department of Defense and released on Monday, IOM said treatment and prevention programs are “inconsistent” in their use of evidence-based medicine and that health care providers aren’t adequately trained at all levels, which contributes to “lower quality care.” Evidence-based medicine is a term used to describe the treatment of patients with therapies that have been proven to be effective. The report said that too often, outdated drugs are prescribed to patients instead of newer drugs “that are now standard practice” in civilian life. It criticized TRICARE, the military’s health care program for soldiers and their dependents, for not covering some newer medications unless the patient is in “specialized rehabilitation facilities” (Bowser, 9/17).USA Today: Study: Military Needs To Better Address Substance Abuse By TroopsThe Pentagon must acknowledge a “public health crisis” in the growing abuse of alcohol and prescription drugs by troops and show stronger leadership in dealing with it, according to a report by a blue ribbon committee released Monday (Zoroya, 9/17).Medpage Today: IOM: Military Needs Better Care For AddictsThe U.S. Defense Department needs more providers trained in treating substance abuse in the armed forces, according to an Institute of Medicine report. The prevalence of comorbid behavioral conditions “necessitates access to providers with advanced levels of training rather than certified counselors or peer support by individuals in recovery,” the report, released Monday, read (Pittman, 9/17).The Baltimore Sun: Military Not Doing Enough To Help Soldiers With Substance Abuse, Study FindsSubstance abuse among America’s soldiers is increasing and the Department of Defense isn’t doing enough to address the problem, according to a new report. The report released today by the Institute of Medicine found that the military health system TRICARE doesn’t cover the best treatments for alcohol and drug abuse. The system also does not permit long-term use of certain medications to treat addiction and requires treatment in a specialized rehab center (Walker, 9/17).Meanwhile, one New York member of Congress is raising concerns about an aspect of VA care. CQ HealthBeat: Buerkle Expresses ‘Grave’ Concern Over VA Contracting For Outside CareThe House lawmaker whose subcommittee oversees Veterans Affairs health care is expressing deep skepticism that department officials have a handle on managing the care received by those who lack access to VA facilities. Rep. Ann Marie Buerkle, R-N.Y., says she has “grave concerns” about the VA “fee basis care” system, which is designed to make sure civilian doctors step in and provide care when Veterans Affairs facilities are unable to meet the demand (Reichard, 9/17). IOM Report: Military Needs To Do More To Treat, Prevent Drug And Alcohol Abuse This is part of the KHN Morning Briefing, a summary of health policy coverage from major news organizations. Sign up for an email subscription.
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