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Meant to be

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by Alisonsincler

“Do you miss her?”
“I’ve never known her.”

AU. A piece doesn’t fit right where it was supposed to. The story changes and so do people.
But she can feel that something isn’t right and flashes of something that never happened keep harassing her mind.

Words: 3787, Chapters: 1/?, Language: English



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Why are people getting mad over this page? You all know these confessions are so accurate and you think it but are afraid to say it. It’s called FIT Confessions not FIT-braid-my-hair-and-pass-the-tea-and-FMM-basic-bitches-actually-do-work.

Banner Health Gets Doctors, Patients Speaking Same Language Using Video Remote Interpreting

SEATTLE, July 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ – Banner Health, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit health systems, recently partnered with InDemand Interpreting, a leading provider of Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) within healthcare, to remove language barriers throughout its health care system.

Today, Banner Health has interpreters available 24 hours a day, seven days a week in more than 200 spoken languages in addition to American Sign Language (ASL). The VRI system is used throughout Banner Health and offers interpretive services on computers mounted on portable carts that can be wheeled into a patient’s room. VRI enables the hospital staff to use interpreters via a live, web-based video conference with medically trained and certified interpreters.

According to Risk Management Consultant Elizabeth Swan for Banner Health, the number of interpreter encounters at Banner has dramatically increased with the use of qualified interpreters using VRI. This change has led to a reduced risk of miscommunication with patients and family, compliance with federal and The Joint Commission requirements and an overall decrease in expenses.

“Since we partnered with InDemand Interpreting and added the VRI service, we have seen an increase in the number of times an interpreter is used, which reduces overall risk and improves patient satisfaction,” said Swan. “VRI provides many benefits and is economical. At the click of an icon, clinicians have access to an interpreter within seconds.”

The evolving field of video remote interpreting is supporting hospitals nationwide to ensure that medical conversations are more effective and patients receive the highest quality care regardless of language barriers, cultural backgrounds or disabilities.

“The VRI is a great resource when a bedside interpreter is not available,” said Dina Miranda, Language and Cultural Services Manager at Banner Estrella Medical Center. “By having VRI’s in addition to bedside interpretation we are finding that our patients and providers are happier, we see fewer mistakes and the health care system achieves better outcomes. It is truly a benefit to both our patients and staff.”

About Banner Health
Headquartered in Arizona, Banner Health is one of the largest nonprofit health care systems in the country. The system owns and operates 28 acute-care hospitals, Banner Health Network, Banner – University Medicine, Banner Medical Group, long-term care centers, outpatient surgery centers and an array of other services, including family clinics, home care and hospice services, pharmacies and a nursing registry. Banner Health is in seven states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Nebraska, Nevada and Wyoming. For more information, visit www.BannerHealth.com.

About InDemand Interpreting
InDemand Interpreting was founded in 2007 with the vision of ensuring that every patient receives the highest quality healthcare, regardless of language, cultural background or disability. By delivering the most experienced medical interpreters and highest quality video technology InDemand Interpreting provides doctors, nurses and clinicians the language access they need to provide the best possible care. Visit InDemand at http://www.indemandinterpreting.com.

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Journal 01 (How To Train Your Dragon)

Directed by Chris Sanders, Dean DeBlois

Produced by Bonnie Arnold

Based on Hoe w to train your dragon by Cressida Cowell

Staring Jay Baruchel (Hiccup), America Ferrera (Astrid)

 
Last 3weeks ago, I was bored about my life my life was really sucked at that time so. I asked my friend for suggested me for some an awesome movie to make me didn’t felt bad. And my friend told me how about How to train your dragon. When I hear the movie name for the first time, I thought “What the hell is dragon?” Then I went home and do some research. I found that it cartoon animation “oh my god” in my mind again. But after that when I watched the movie I falling in love with this movie. It is about father that giving love to son. The father wants thew son to be strong by to be a dragon killer. Anyway the son didn’t want to be a dragon killer he wants the dragon to be a pet instead of killing them. If anyone in screen culture want to watch this movie I have a dvd of this movie I will charge you only 50cents per night…..Just kidding for free for everyone

Ingen hyllning i Kungsan för U19

Två EM-guld i fotboll inom loppet av mindre än en månad. I kväll kommer U19-damerna hem till Sverige men där väntar ingen hyllningsfest i Kungsträdgården – trots att så var fallet för U21-herrarna.

Alizee et Gregoire, duo amoureux a la plage : La photo qui va rassurer les fans

Par la rédaction de Puretrend.com

Alizée et Grégoire reviennent à l'attaque sur Instagram. A coup de selfie adorable, le duo en a profité pour rassurer les fans qui s'inquiétaient pour le danseur qui aurait fait un malaise. 

Amateurs de selfies en duo, Alizée et Grégoire ne se sont pas privés d'immortaliser leurs vacances en bord de mer. Bronzette en amoureux, ils font une fois de plus fondre le coeur de leurs fans.

Alizée et Grégoire rassurent leurs fans sur Instagram

Après que le danseur ait posté un cliché des deux femmes de sa vie dans la mer, le temps est aux selfies à présent sur le compte Instagram de l'amoureux d'Alizée. Et après la baignade, place au bronzage. Le couple chouchou d'Instagram est inséparable et comme beaucoup d'autres activités, Alizée et Grégoire font littéralement tout ensemble.

D'ailleurs ils ne pouvaient pas faire plus plaisir à leurs followers que de poster un adorable selfie. Tous deux arborant un sourire malicieux aux lèvres tout semble aller pour le mieux pour le duo. Le danseur en profite même pour rassurer une bonne fois pour toutes ses fans. En effet, après que des rumeurs aient affirmé que Grégoire avait fait un malaise et avait été transporté à l'hôpital, ces derniers étaient très inquiets.

Sans évoquer directement l'incident, la légende est pourtant claire : “Ici tout va bien. Les vacances continuent! Merci pour vos messages”. Un message de remerciement qui a fait chaud au coeur à ses followers en extase devant le joli couple.

Un détail ne passe pas inaperçu dans ce nouveau selfie attendrissant. On veut bien sûr parler du collier “Annily” que porte Alizée. Maman gaga de sa fille, elle dévoilait récemment un cliché d'elle version petite fashionista.

Si les comptes Instagram d'Alizée et Grégoire sont le véritable reflet de leur vie en famille, cela ne fait aucun doute, le joyeux trio nage dans le bonheur. Un détail qui n'échappe pas aux fans (…) Lire la suite sur purepeople.com

Grégoire : Alizée et Annily, les femmes de sa vie à la plage
Alizée : sa fille Annily est une vraie fashionista à la plage
Alizée : son adorable déclaration d'amour à Grégoire pour son anniversaire
Alizée, sa fille est une virtuose : marcherait-elle sur les traces de sa mère ?

Rachel McAdams: How Southpaw got me in shape for True Detective

Hollywood star Rachel McAdams has revealed her training to play a boxer’s wife in her new movie also informed her role in hit crime drama True Detective.

The actress, who is best known for her roles in Mean Girls, The Notebook and About Time, stepped into the ring herself in preparation for her role as Maureen Hope in Southpaw.

Rachel, 36, plays the wife of boxer Billy Hope – portrayed by Jake Gyllenhaal – in a film that looks at how he gets his life back on track after he suffers a tragedy.

Jake trained for hours every day to prepare for the role, but McAdams also threw her fair share of punches. The workout also helped prepare her to depict a detective at odds with the system she serves in the second series of gritty crime thriller True Detective.

Rachel plays sheriff’s detective Ani Bezzerides in the show, which also stars Colin Farrell and Vince Vaughn.

Jake Gyllenhaal and Rachel McAdams play husband and wife in Southpaw (Evan Agostini/AP)

Walking the red carpet at the New York premiere of Southpaw, dressed in a black dress with a cut-out panel on the midriff by Self Portrait, Rachel said: “It definitely helped me get into the mindset of my own character because I figured she would make it her business to know everything about boxing in the ring and outside it.

“It was a great workout for True Detective because I figure that character has boxed in her life so it carried over into that.”

The actress said she was immediately haunted by the role of Maureen Hope after she read the Southpaw script and she now hopes the character stays with audiences too.

Jake Gyllenhaal, Rachel McAdams and Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson all attended the premiere in New York (Evan Agostini/Invision)

“It doesn’t always happen this way but it is great when you finish a script and you can’t stop thinking about that character and they are coming everywhere with you and you go to sleep and dream about them. It’s a good sign when I can’t get them out of my head.”

Asked if she thinks audiences will feel this way too, she said: “I don’t know, I hope so, you always hope your work has some impact but it will definitely stay with me for a long time.”

Southpaw is released in UK cinemas on July 24. The second season of True Detective airs on Sky Atlantic on Wednesdays.

US STOCKS-Wall Street ends flat as commodities weigh

* Morgan Stanley touches 7-year high

* Gold touches 5-year low; Copper, oil prices fall

* IBM falls in extended trade after earnings

* Indexes up: Dow 0.08 pct, S&P 0.08 pct, Nasdaq 0.17 pct (Updates to market close)

By Chuck Mikolajczak

July 20 (Reuters) - Wall Street finished little changed on Monday as a better-than-expected start to corporate earnings season boosted investor confidence, but gains were curbed by a drop in commodities.

Shares of technology companies were among the bright spots, helping the tech-heavy Nasdaq Composite to its third straight record close as investor focus shifts to earnings from Greece and China. The top five boosts to the S&P 500 were from the tech sector.

Gold prices plunged to their lowest in more than five years while copper prices hit their lowest in nearly two weeks. Oil prices fell on signs of a growing glut in refined products to pull the S&P energy index down 1.3 percent.

The dollar index rose 0.17 percent to $98.04. It had earlier hit a three-month high due to expectations of a Federal Reserve rate hike this year.

“You’ve got an interesting dynamic in the S&P 500, so you put Greece in the rear-view mirror and then have the first week of earnings end with a better-than-expected style, and that brings you back up to the top end of the range, or at least close to it,” said Art Hogan, chief market strategist at Wunderlich Securities in New York.

“But when you have commodity pressure, if you have energy down a full percentage point on the S&P today - that is going to be a tough hurdle to get over.”

IBM lost 3.6 percent to $167.01 in extended trade after its quarterly results on Monday. Apple, Yahoo and Microsoft are due later this week.

So far, 70 percent of companies have reported earnings above analyst expectations, above the 63 percent average beat rate since 1994. Earnings are expected to decline 2.1 percent for the quarter, a modest improvement from the expected 3 percent fall on July 1.

However, 55 percent have topped revenue forecasts, below the 61 percent average beat rate since 2002. U.S. companies were expected to post their worst sales decline in nearly six years in the second quarter, in part due to the strong dollar that reduces the value of U.S. companies’ overseas income.

The Dow Jones industrial average rose 13.96 points, or 0.08 percent, to 18,100.41, the S&P 500 gained 1.64 points, or 0.08 percent, to 2,128.28 and the Nasdaq Composite added 8.72 points, or 0.17 percent, to 5,218.86.

The S&P 500 is less than 3 points from its record close of 2,130.82 on May 21.

Morgan Stanley touched its highest level in seven years after the bank’s profit beat expectations. However, it relinquished gains and closed down 0.4 percent at $40.01.

NYSE declining issues outnumbered advancers 2,086 to 967, for a 2.16-to-1 ratio; on the Nasdaq, 1,935 issues fell and 893 advanced for a 2.17-to-1 ratio favoring decliners.

The S&P 500 posted 43 new 52-week highs and 31 lows; the Nasdaq Composite 121 new highs and 139 lows.

Volume was muted, with about 5.84 billion shares traded on U.S. exchanges, below the 6.56 billion average so far this month, according to BATS Global Markets.

(Reporting by Chuck Mikolajczak; Editing by Nick Zieminski)

Gov. Abbott Accosted By Traveler Angered Over Gay-Marriage Stance

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A traveler at a New York airport accosted Texas Gov. Greg Abbott over his opposition to gay marriage as Abbott was waiting with his family to board a flight to Austin.

Abbott spokesman Matt Hirsch told the Austin American-Statesman that the unidentified 32-year-old man first shook the governor’s hand Tuesday night before loudly telling him to “go to hell.”

Hirsch says Texas troopers traveling with Abbott told the man to step away and as he departed said, “I’m going to see you on the plane.”

The man, however, was banned from the Jet Blue flight at Kennedy International Airport. He was placed on a flight Wednesday.

Abbott was with his wife and daughter.

He was in New York meeting with corporate leaders in an effort to lure jobs to Texas.

(© Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)

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ONU preocupada por aumento de agresiones a periodistas en Guatemala

Guatemala, 28 jul (EFE).- La Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Educación, la Ciencia y la Cultura (Unesco) y la Oficina del Alto Comisionado de la ONU para los Derechos Humanos (Oacnudh) mostraron hoy su preocupación por el incremento de agresiones y amenazas en contra de los periodistas en Guatemala.
Ambos organismos calificaron en una declaración pública de “preocupante” que en lo corrido del año se hayan registrado 72 casos de agresiones contra periodistas, “incluyendo mujeres”, según datos de la Fiscalía de Delitos contra Periodistas del Ministerio Público (MP) de Guatemala.
“Sin olvidar que puede existir un subregistro debido a la falta de denuncias por el temor a las represalias”, agregaron.
La Unesco y Oacnudh llamaron la atención sobre la agresión hace dos semanas a un periodista del rotativo Prensa Libre por parte del personal de seguridad de un candidato vicepresidencial durante una manifestación en Ciudad de Guatemala.
Posteriormente, acotaron, otros corresponsales de Nuestro Diario y Prensa Libre fueron agredidos durante disturbios ocurridos en Quetzaltenango (noroeste).
Ante esta situación, las dos entidades valoraron que en ambos casos las autoridades competentes hayan realizado la detención de los presuntos responsables y que las investigaciones se estén desarrollando “oportunamente”.
Pero manifestaron que es “fundamental” que los periodistas puedan ejercer su profesión “sin que su seguridad sea vulnerada y sin que se coarte su derecho a la libertad de opinión y expresión”, así como aseguraron que las violaciones de los derechos humanos “no deben quedar sin respuesta”.
“Las autoridades no deben escatimar esfuerzos para combatir la impunidad y proteger la seguridad de las y los periodistas”, máxime en el proceso electoral actual en el que se elegirá presidente, vicepresidente y diputados, entre otros, aseveraron.
Por ello, Unesco y Oacnudh exhortaron a las instituciones estatales concernientes a “concretar” las acciones que permitan la pronta implementación del Programa de Protección a Periodistas, en el cual el Gobierno ha venido trabajando y cuyo proceso de consulta con la sociedad civil también se está realizando.
A su juicio, este programa debería enmarcarse en una política pública “integral” de protección a defensores de derechos humanos, conforme a los estándares internacionales, un aspecto en el que las dos entidades están dispuestas a seguir proporcionando “asistencia técnica”.
Guatemala ha contabilizado los asesinatos de ocho periodistas durante los últimos tres años, tres de ellos el pasado mes de marzo en el departamento de Quetzaltenango. EFE