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Abgehört - neue Musik: Mit dem Kopf im Käfig - oder im Matsch

SPIEGEL ONLINE - Kultur - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:34
Wie mit dem Wahnsinn der Welt - und der Liebe - umgehen? Element of Crime, John Grant und Kurt Vile finden auf ihren neuen Alben teils umwerfende Antworten. Außerdem: Footwork-Queen JLin lernt neue Tänze.

Norwegen: Giftiges U-Boot-Wrack der Nazis soll abgedeckt werden

SPIEGEL ONLINE - Wissenschaft - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:26
1945 traf ein britischer Torpedo das deutsche U-Boot "U 864". Seitdem liegt das Wrack vor der norwegischen Küste - mit 67 Tonnen giftigem Quecksilber an Bord.

La justice ordonne à Berlin de restreindre la circulation des véhicules diesel les plus polluants

Yahoo! Actualités: Les titres Sciences - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:25
BERLIN (Reuters) - La justice allemande a ordonné mardi à la municipalité de Berlin d'interdire aux véhicules diesel les plus polluants d'emprunter certains axes de la capitale.

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მომწოდებელი: თბილისის ადამიანის უფლებათა სახლი / ბოლო ვადა: 19 ოქტ

Sony attaque un pirate qui vendait des PS4 jailbreakées sur eBay

Yahoo! Actualités: Les titres Sciences - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:20
Un californien est poursuivi en justice par Sony pour avoir commercialisé pendant des mois des consoles PS4 piratées. Il encourageait également à ne plus acheter de jeux légaux.

Google touché à son tour par une faille, 500.000 comptes exposés

Yahoo! Actualités: Les titres Sciences - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:18
Le réseau social de Google, Google", a été touché par une faille informatique ayant exposé des données personnelles d'un demi-million de comptes, a indiqué lundi le géant de l'internet, rattrapé à son tour par les polémiques sur l'utilisation des informations des internautes.

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Die Zukunft der Buchmesse: Raus aus dem Elfenbeinturm!

Wissen - FAZ.NET Frankfurter Algemeine - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:10
Bei der Eröffnung der Buchmesse wird die nigerianische Autorin Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie für ihre Rede gefeiert – aber auch die Chefs von Buchmesse und Börsenverein finden ungewohnt klare politische Worte gegen Rechts.

ელექტრონული კომერციის ტრენინგი

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DALS 9 : Iris Mittenaere blessée lors d'un porté et son partenaire griffé

Yahoo! Actualités: Les titres Sciences - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:05
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SPIEGEL ONLINE - Wissenschaft - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:04
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Des espèces humaines inconnues hantent notre ADN

Yahoo! Actualités: Les titres Sciences - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 19:03
Différentes espèces humaines ont peuplé la Terre avant de disparaître. Et certaines ont même imprimé leur trace dans notre génome sans que nous en ayons encore retrouvé les fossiles.

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Bosch lance un service de partage de camionnettes

Yahoo! Actualités: Les titres Sciences - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 18:56
L'équipementier automobile allemand Bosch a annoncé mardi le lancement d'un service de partage de camionnettes, élargissant ainsi son offre dans les services de véhicules à la demande qui le placent en ...

Nonfatal injuries in the U.S. cost $1.8 trillion in 2013

Futurity.org - სამ, 09/10/2018 - 18:55

Nonfatal injuries in the United States cost more than $1.8 trillion in 2013, according to new research. And nearly all were preventable.

For the new study, researchers analyzed anonymized data from hospital-treated nonfatal injuries and determined three different costs for the 31,038,072 injuries: total medical spending, work lost, and decreased quality of life.

Medical spending—which includes costs such as hospital and home care, emergency transportation, medicines, and physical therapy—cost $168 billion. Future lost work from permanent disability cost $223 billion, and quality of life losses cost $1.46 trillion.

“Having an economic analysis that focuses on the burden of injury from the perspective of not only acute medical costs, but also ongoing costs like quality of life, raises awareness around injury and the importance of injury-prevention efforts,” says Mark Zonfrillo, an associate professor at Brown University’s Warren Alpert Medical School and a pediatric emergency medicine physician at Hasbro Children’s Hospital and lead author of the paper, which appears in Injury Epidemiology.

“These injuries are preventable, and quantifying the costs is one strategy to encourage societal injury prevention efforts,” Zonfrillo says.

Injury prevention depends on engineering, education, economics, and enforcement, Zonfrillos says. For example, a well-designed child car seat is of limited use if it’s not used consistently or properly.

On the enforcement side, a common reason people give for not using safety devices, such as a bicycle helmet, or not behaving safely, such as putting their cellphone away while driving is, ‘if it was important enough, it would be a law.’ Laws are powerful—legislation has absolutely been shown to reduce deaths caused by injuries,” he says.

Previous analyses of injury costs have focused only on certain populations, such as children or Medicaid recipients, included medical treatment costs only, or used much older data sets, Zonfrillo says.

In addition to the total cost of injury, researchers looked at the data by various categories including age, household income, region, and cause of the injury. Injuries that falls caused and being hit by objects were the most common in all age groups.

Near drownings, firearm-related injuries, and self-harm injuries were less common, but more expensive.

The study found the following, among many other key data points:

  • Falls or being hit by an object accidentally caused 12.08 million injuries, which cost almost $808 billion in total (an average of $66,857 per injury). An additional 654,688 assaults involved hitting with an object or pushing, which cost $67.66 billion (average $103,352 each).
  • Car-related accidents caused 3.08 million injuries—whether to a vehicle occupant, pedestrian, or cyclist—and these cost $207 billion (average $67,163).
  • 10,772 near drownings—including accidents, self-harm, assaults, and those of unspecified intent—cost $3.89 billion (average $361,354).
  • 74,072 firearm-related injuries cost $16.32 billion (average $220,380).
  • 437,963 self-harm injuries cost $30.17 billion (average $68,894); poisonings were the most common (63.8 percent) but the least costly (average $44,316); self-harm injuries excluding poisonings cost an average of $112,222 each.
  • Children between the ages of 1 and 11 received injuries costing $47,663, on average, which is the lowest for any age group; infants under the age of 1 were the costliest age group at $97,623 each.
  • Households with incomes in the bottom 25 percent experienced more injuries, accounting for 30.8 percent of all injuries; households with incomes in the top 25 percent had slightly more expensive injuries, at $64,950 per injury, compared to an average $59,687 across all income levels.
  • 91.5 percent of patients with injuries got treatment from the emergency room, while the remaining 8.5 percent were admitted to the hospital; patients who went to the hospital had far more costly injuries averaging $343,535, compared to $33,184; of that number, $38,112 was from medical costs and $305,423 from lost work and decreased quality of life due to disability.
  • Of the 8.5 percent of patients admitted to the hospital, 38.7 percent were in the South, which is proportional to the percent of the US population living in the region (37.4 percent); however injuries admitted to hospitals in the West were 11 percent more costly than average, both in terms of straight medical costs (19.8 percent) and lost work and decreased quality of life (10.4 percent).

Additional coauthors are from the Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation. The National Institutes of Health supported the research.

Source: Brown University

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