Related Phil Ellsworth / ESPN Images(NEW YORK) — Ongoing back spasms is keeping Tiger Woods from competing in his next two scheduled tournaments.“My doctors have advised me not to play the next two weeks, to continue my treatment and to let my back calm down,” Woods, 41, said in a statement Friday. “This is not what I was hoping for or expecting.”Woods began suffering from the back pain last week while he was competing in the Omega Dubai Desert Classic. He ended up withdrawing form the tournament before he began his second-round of play.He will now skip the Genesis Open next week in Pacific Palisades, California, and the Honda Classic in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida the following week.“I am extremely disappointed to miss the Genesis Open, a tournament that benefits my foundation, and The Honda Classic, my hometown event. I would like to thank Genesis for their support, and I know we will have an outstanding week,” Woods said.Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.Powered by WPeMatico
Kolkata: Organs of a brain dead patient were transplanted to three patients in three hospitals in the city on Tuesday.Kolkata Police successfully arranged three green corridors from Minto Park area to SSKM Hospital, Calcutta Medical College and Hospital (CMCH) and a private hospital on Eastern Metropolitan (EM) Bypass near Kadapara to facilitate the shifting of the organs. According to sources, Chinmoy Ghosh (35) of Memari in East Burdwan met with an accident on July 10. When he was riding his scooter to reach home, a truck allegedly hit him. Immediately after the accident he was rushed to Burdwan Medical College and Hospital. Late in the night when his condition deteriorated, Ghosh was shifted to a nursing home near Minto Park in Kolkata. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataGhosh’s family members said due to an internal hemorrhage his condition was deteriorating. On Sunday, doctors informed that Ghosh’s chances of survival was almost nil. “When we were told that he would not survive, we thought of donating his organs to help other people. We got in touch with state Health department to get the process started,” said Arunava Mitra, a relative of the patient. On Monday afternoon, Ghosh’s family was informed by the doctors that he condition was similar to being brain dead and it could only be ascertained after government doctors examine him. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateIn the afternoon, a team of doctors from multiple state-run hospitals and Sasthya Bhavan visited the nursing home and examined Ghosh. Later, he was officially declared brain dead by the doctors. All state-run and private hospitals were contacted to find patients who needed his organs. Ghosh’s heart was given Surajit Patra, who is a CMCH patient. He had problems in his heart valve. The liver and one of his kidneys were sent to SSKM Hospital where two patients Bidhan Adhikary of Bongaon received the liver and Rama Kumari Dhanu of Mominpur received the kidney. Another kidney was taken to a private hospital on EM Bypass near Kadapara which was provided to IAS officer Chandan Sinha. Ghosh’s eyes were provided to a private eye hospital in the city and the skin was preserved at the skin bank in SSKM Hospital. Ghosh’s family members alleged that the nursing home manipulated the medical bills. They said when they requested for a waiver, nursing home authorities reportedly told them that they had deducted Rs 33,000 in the bill. However, after getting the bill, Ghosh’s family members discovered that only Rs 7,000 was waived off. Mitra alleged that even after Ghosh was declared brain dead, the nursing home continued charging them. He said after cremation and other rituals are completed they would lodged a complaint with health commission in this regard.
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OTTAWA – Housing starts in Canada hit their highest total in a decade in 2017, but are expected to slow this year, economists said Monday.BMO senior economist Robert Kavcic said the full-year tally of housing starts for 2017 came in at 221,000.“Canadian homebuilding activity had its best year in a decade in 2017, backed by underlying demographic support and strengthening labour markets in the country’s largest provinces,” he wrote in a report.However, he noted that this year the number of starts is expected to moderate closer to the 200,000 level, with a record number units under construction to start the year.Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. said Tuesday the seasonally adjusted annual rate of housing starts for December of 2017 came in at 216,980 units, down from 251,675 units in November. The six-month moving average for December was 226,777 compared with 226,178 in November.The housing agency said the overall decline in the annual pace of housing starts in December came as the pace of urban starts fell 15.1 per cent to 198,132 units for the final month of last year.The pace of multi-unit urban starts slowed 22 per cent to 135,176, while the rate of single-detached urban starts increased by 4.7 per cent to 62,956 units.Rural starts were estimated at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 18,848 units.The housing market has been identified as a key risk to the economy and been scrutinized by economists and policy-makers.Rising interest rates and more stringent lending rules are expected to weigh on the market this year.Royal Bank assistant chief economist Paul Ferley said the total number of starts for 2017 were up 11.4 per cent from 198,000 in 2016.“Looking ahead, our expectation is that recent tightening of mortgage lending, further official interest rate increases in both Canada and the U.S. and current poor affordability in a number of key markets will contribute to housing starts continuing to trend lower.“Our forecast assumes that starts will drop to 195,000 this year and 185,000 in 2019.”