In SKYFALL, Ben Whishaw (Q) wears a Dries Van Noten tan brown knit cardigan with navy and burgundy striped collar detail, Hensch navy and plum small plaid trousers, a Reiss pale pink with thing grey pin stripe double cuff shirt and a navy Zara tie with dark blue suede brogue boots.

Der Mülheimer Autor Frederic S. Hensch hat im Zwiebelzwerg Verlag den zweiten Band seines Jugendbuches “Im Sternenzelt” unter dem Titel “Nina, Caren und die Außerirdischen” neu veröffentlicht.
Nina und Caren sind eineiige Zwillinge mit außergewöhnlichen Fähigkeiten. Mit vier Jahren bringen sie sich selber das Lesen und Schreiben bei und von Paps, ihrem Vater, lernen sie alles, was man mit Computern anstellen kann.
Seit einem Jahr besuchen sie die „Escudela privada de estrellas“, eine Schule, die sich 45.000 km entfernt von der Erde im Weltall befindet. Die Schule wurde in einen sechseckigen Stern gebaut, der sich in einer riesigen Kugel befindet.
Jetzt fängt das neue Schuljahr an und Nina und Caren müssen viele neue Abenteuer bestehen. Dabei lernen sie die beiden Außerirdischen Lu und La vom Stern „Sandabia“ kennen. Nina und Caren können ihnen helfen und dafür stehen ihnen die Außerirdischen bei, als ihr Gegenspieler Wasilow, Chef von „Cosmo  Future“ das Sternenzelt vernichten will. Hilfe finden sie auch bei Paps und den Vätern ihrer besten Freundinnen Beatrice und Catherine aus Paris und Maria und Carmen aus Barcelona. Außerdem hilft ihnen Wang Ho, ihr Shi man do Lehrer.
Natürlich spielen Hernando und Juan, ihre Freunde aus Venezuela, eine wichtige Rolle in diesem Schuljahr und in ihrem Leben.
Das Buch hat 217 Seiten und kann für 14,50 Euro im Internet und in jeder Buchhandlung erworben werden.

Tour Day 31 - Fort Wayne at Hensch Street

After the adventure. Got to the van around 8:30am. Slept for a couple hours and had to pee. House we stayed at was unlocked. Peed. Slept on the couch. Then it was time to leave so I slept I the van most of the drive. Got to Fort Wayne and met everyone in charge of the show. Good turn out. Great beer. Spaghetti. Hangs. Easy night.

Socioeconomic disparities in childhood cancer survival in switzerland.

Socioeconomic disparities in childhood cancer survival in switzerland.

Int J Cancer. 2016 Feb 3;

Authors: Adam M, Rueegg CS, Schmidlin K, Spoerri A, Niggli F, Grotzer M, von der Weid NX, Egger M, Probst-Hensch N, Zwahlen M, Kuehni CE

In this study, we investigated whether childhood cancer survival in Switzerland is influenced by socioeconomic status (SES), and if disparities vary by type of cancer and definition of SES (parental education, living condition, area-based SES). Using Cox proportional hazards models, we analyzed 5-year cumulative mortality in all patients registered in the Swiss Childhood Cancer Registry diagnosed 1991-2006 below 16 years. Information on SES was extracted from the Swiss census by probabilistic record linkage. The study included 1602 children (33% with leukemia, 20% with lymphoma, 22% with central nervous system (CNS) tumors); with an overall 5-year survival of 77% (95%CI 75-79%). Higher SES, particularly parents’ education, was associated with a lower 5-year cumulative mortality. Results varied by type of cancer with no association for leukemia and particularly strong effects for CNS tumor patients, where mortality hazard ratios for the different SES indicators, comparing the highest with the lowest group, ranged from 0.48 (95%CI: 0.28-0.81) to 0.71 (95%CI: 0.44-1.15). We conclude that even in Switzerland with a high quality health care system and mandatory health insurance, socioeconomic differences in childhood cancer survival persist. Factors causing these survival differences have to be further explored, to facilitate universal access to optimal treatment and finally eliminate social inequalities in childhood cancer survival. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

PMID: 26840758 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]

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Gorgeous Custom Built home nestled upon a beautiful property overlooking a pond in the premier gated community of Dunes West. Enjoy welcoming your guests from the expansive front porch and touch of Southern Charm. With over 4500+ sq. ft. of living space home boasts 5 bedrooms, 4 ½ bathrooms. Huge bonus room could be used as a bedroom with outdoor access to a private porch. There is an amazing first floor master with nice walk in closet and outdoor access to the large expansive porch where you can enjoy your morning coffee while savoring the captivating panoramic views. Secondary bedrooms are also spacious with plenty of natural light. Beautiful hardwood floors are throughout most of the home. Great Kitchen and breakfast area flows nicely into the great room that has a nice inviting gas fireplace with built-in surround. Kitchen comes with granite counter tops, stainless steel appliances, and an island to use for a prep area along with a breakfast bar; gas cook top and plenty of custom cabinets for storage. Home offers many more lovely features to mention a few, you have stunning detailed molding, open flowing floor plan, amazing storage throughout,, tankless water heater. 3 levels of patio/porches. Ground level has an added bonus with private office, game room and full bathroom with outdoor access. This could also be used as a place for guests to stay, a teenager suite or mother-in-law suite. Beautiful panoramic views abound. Enjoy a cool evening in the backyard around your built-in fire pit with family and friends. Dunes West offers Resort style amenities, 3 pools, tennis, golf, boat ramp, storage, jogging trails and much more. Your dream home is conveniently located close to award winning schools, recreation center, beaches, great shopping, historic downtown Charleston, Charleston airport.

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Trump Overtakes Cruz In Iowa Poll

Trump Overtakes Cruz In Iowa Poll

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THE HILL: Trump builds Iowa ground game By Niall Stanage DES MOINES — Political insiders in Iowa have a warning: Don’t underestimate Donald Trump’s ground game. Trump overtakes Cruz in Des Moines Register poll By Mark Hensch and Elliot Smilowitz Trump leads the GOP field with 28 percent support in Iowa, according a Des Moines Register/Bloomberg poll released Saturday evening. GOP braces for Trump…

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The Rubio Buzz in Iowa, Cruz Launches Attack Ad

The Rubio Buzz in Iowa, Cruz Launches Attack Ad

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FROM THE HILL: Buzz builds for Rubio in Iowa By Jonathan Easley Buzz is growing on the ground in Iowa around Marco Rubio, who many political watchers believe is set for a stronger-than-expected showing at Monday’s caucuses. Cruz ad calls Rubio the ‘Republican Obama’ By Mark Hensch Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz on Friday released a television spot in Iowa calling rival Marco Rubio the…

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