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Bullies in white coats? 'Too many' health care workers experience toxic workplaces, studies show

Bullies in white coats? 'Too many' health care workers experience toxic workplaces, studies show

‘Purposeful change’ needed Consequences of the behavior

While health care workers aim to treat their patients with compassion, empathy and respect, a significant number don’t follow those same ideals when working with each other, according to an article published recently by Massachusetts General Hospital.

Christine Porath, Ph.D, an expert in unprofessional workplace behavior who’s quoted in the article, told Fox News Digital this week that based on her research, “Too many health care workers and physicians are treated disrespectfully.”


And “we’ve found that the majority don’t report it, often out of a sense of fear or hopelessness,” she added.

World Cup heartache can fire up Crystal Palace duo on return to club football


Crystal Palace goalkeeper Jack Butland believes the World Cup experience for two of his team-mates will help push the club forward when the Premier League restarts on Boxing Day.

Joachim Andersen and Jordan Ayew saw their Denmark and Ghana teams knocked out at the group stage in Qatar but Butland, who was part of the England squad who finished fourth at the 2018 World Cup, is looking forward to seeing the reaction of the pair once they return to South London.

“It’s not the tournament they hoped that they were going to have as a team, but we’ve got to get them back now,” said Butland about the experience for Ayew and Andersen in Doha.

“It’s the ultimate. As far as football goes – Champions League, World Cup, Euros. It’s where the best are playing, but they’ll be full of fire, ready to go and trying to put that behind them now.

Our 2022 Food and Farming Holiday Book Gift Guide

Our 2022 Food and Farming Holiday Book Gift Guide

Despite rumors of their demise, books—and the book industry—are alive and kicking. And it’s our pleasure to once again bring you a list of worthwhile food and agriculture books for your holiday gift-giving pleasure. We hope you have some quiet days to explore these new additions to the cannon and we also hope that these timely and important works will help deepen your knowledge and inspire new thinking.

As always, we are also thankful to the many authors who have spoken with us about their books this year, and we’ve collected those interviews below. Happy holidays and happy reading!

Wastelands: The True Story of Farm Country on Trial By Corban Addison

5 Food Items That We Can Make With the Help of Soy

Soy milk Soy nuts Tofu Soy Sauce Tempeh


Today, most people rely heavily on soybeans, a part of the pea (legume) family of vegetables, as part of their daily food. People who follow vegetarian and vegan diets are particularly fond of soy foods. Soy foods have high-quality complete protein composition and are versatile in producing dairy and meat alternatives.

Soy is a vital component used to manufacture several food products, which, when consumed, are beneficial to the human body.  Some soy products have more uses than others as they climb the ranks.  Since they are adaptable, soybeans can be used to assemble a variety of common dishes, including burgers, sausages, cheese, and ice cream. They give dieters various options so they do not grow bored with their meal selections.

World’s Worst Performing Currency, the Cedi, Reverses Gains — Economist Steve Hanke Says Ghana Inflation Now Over 140% – Economics Bitcoin News

Suspension of Black Sea Grain initiative expected to further exacerbate food security, fuel, fertiliser supply challenges: India

India has said the suspension of the Black Sea Grain initiative, a UN-brokered deal that allowed food exports from Ukraine amid the ongoing conflict with Russia, is expected to further exacerbate food security, fuel and fertiliser supply challenges faced by the world, particularly in the global South.

R Madhu Sudan, Counsellor in India’s Permanent Mission to the UN, said the grain initiative, a result of the UN Secretary-General’s efforts, had aimed to avert a global food crisis and ensure food security.

The initiative resulted in the export of more than nine million tonnes of grains and other food products out of Ukraine.

IIT Guwahati invites the Deadliest Man Alive in the World. The same individual is acknowledged as the World’s Best Commandos Mentor. Spirit 2022 is the event

Washington DC, USA (Date- 29/09/2022)As per our ground reports from the Assam Digital Journalist team. The SPIRIT, IIT Guwahati, is the largest sports fest in North-East India with 2000+ participants from more than 65 different institutes. The event was coordinated by Mr. Suryansh Gaur with Ms. RichaSubhramaniyamBehrain (the national event head of Mission Prahar). 

The Legendary Grandmaster Shifuji Shaurya Bhardwaj Sir, is the Inventor of the World’s Most Modern Counter-Terrorism System, as per The Washington Mail and The New York Today. He is the CEO and Founder of Mission Prahar, Jai Hind Bro premium clothing brand, and SASS9 bullet proof vehicles, ltd.

Myanmar junta releases 1,600 prisoners in New Year amnesty

Bangkok Desk, Apr 17 (EFE).- More than 1,600 Myanmar prisoners were being released Sunday in a Buddhist New Year amnesty, the military junta announced, as anti-coup protests took place across the country. The total of 1,619 prisoners to be released includes 42 foreigners, according two junta statements on Sunday, although they did not say whether they would include political prisoners jailed for their opposition to the 2021 coup. More than 1,700 people have been killed and 13,000 arrested by the military since the coup, according to the NGO Assistance Association for Political Prisoners, which documents and verifies information. It is also unknown whether Australian Sean Turnell, economic adviser to the deposed leader Aung San Suu Kyi and who has been held since shortly after the coup on Feb. 1, 2021, is among the 42 foreigners released and deported.

Wagner Group: Russia’s International Influence Explained

This week, the European Union imposed sanctions on Wagner Group, a Russian mercenary organization accused of committing human rights abuses in the Central African Republic and further afield. The EU said in a statement that Wagner had recruited, trained and sent independent military operatives to war zones around the world, fueling violence, as well as unlawfully stealing natural res and intimidating civilians. In August, the United Nations reported more than 500 incidents July 2020. Amongst those documented were extrajudicial killings, torture and sexual violence. As a result, the EU, one of the regions largest humanitarian donors, suspended its mission to help train CAR forces. This was due to concerns that Wagner mercenaries were commanding units the EU had assembled.