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Doctors today are stressed, burned out and depressed. When they suffer, so do their patients. However, as a patient, you’d never guess that half of all American doctors are suffering, because the culture of medicine dictates that doctors show no weakness. But inside the field, concern is mounting and the calls for action are growing louder. Dr. Arghavan Salles, Chief Surgery Resident at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center in San Jose, Calif., is among a group of doctors pioneering a way to change the current state of doctor stress. “I had this idea that we could have sessions where people talk to each other, and then it wouldn’t be so lonely," Salles told TIME. “I find it disturbing, although not surprising, that every time we talk about this program we have to say, ‘There was someone who died, and that’s why we need this.’" In this image by Balazs Gardi (@balazsgardi) for TIME, Dr. Salles performs surgery during a 48-hour on-call shift. Read more in this week's issue of TIME and see more images @timelightbox
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China on Thursday held commemorative activities, including a grand military parade, to mark the 70th anniversary of the victory of the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, the last of regional conflicts that constituted World War II. The parade was an emphatic display of the massive increase in military spending by China to give it a ‘hard’ power commensurate with its status as an economic giant. At the same time, however, President Xi Jinping announced that he aims to cut the People's Liberation Army troops by 300,000. Photograph by Yao Dawei—Xinhua Press/Corbis. Read more on time.com
zhenyu_liao : 这复制粘贴吊爆了
tuansoon.ong : Thank God for blessing China to be strong to protect the motherland & never again be bullied by outside aggression. Amen
jasonliu322 : 不管是中共還是國民黨,沒有美國兩顆原子彈打的贏戰爭?
oj_oj_oj_the_great : Scary....
robwalton : @darwinribeiro padrões preenchendo o quadro
long.1992 : @jasonliu322 也并不是原子弹决定了一切。
justtk : 大家都是中国人别吵了,抗战胜利都属于我们的,不论是中华民国还是中华人民共和国。
ooodkooo : @edsonjr83 thank you for the link. I'm not sure I agree with you. But I'm sure you might change your mind if you could read more books.
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#TIMEDISPATCH - Sept. 2, 2015. Thousands of migrants from Syria and other conflict zones are occupying the Keleti train station in the Hungarian capital, Budapest, protesting for the right to travel to Germany and claim asylum. By Wednesday, Hungarian authorities appeared to have no coherent strategy for dealing with this influx of asylum seekers, more than 140,000 of whom have arrived in Hungary this year alone, triple the number registered in all of 2014. “They are growing more and more angry,” Attila Farkas, a 26-year-old doctor who was waiting for his bus to work on Wednesday, told TIME's Simon Shuster. “If it continues this way, for one day, two days, I think there will be big trouble,” he added. Photograph by Yuri Kozyrev—@noorimages for TIME. Read more on time.com
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sunova : The European culture/heritage will probably be wiped out and cease to exist down the line. I feel for people the people but why are the wealthy middle eastern countries not taking any refugees? How will Europe handle millions more? Eventually that will happen.
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As California faces its fourth year of drought, the farming region of Tulare County, located three hours north of Los Angeles, is at the epicenter of the crisis. To date, 5,433 residents in this rural region twice the size of Delaware are without water. Many homes in Tulare County, unlike other drought-afflicted areas, are not connected to a water system at all; they rely on private wells supplied by groundwater. For the past 18 months, these wells have been drying up. See the full video, by Adam Perez (@adamperez22) for TIME, on time.com.
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#TIMEDISPATCH - Aug. 29, 2015. Currently, Hungarian authorities have no right to arrest the waves of migrants crossing into the European Union illegally from Serbia, even as their numbers have peaked at more than 3,000 per day, by the end of last week. However, the Hungarian parliament is set to reinforce the border fence with legal penalties later this week. The tide of refugees, mostly coming from conflict zones in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, has been part of the largest mass migration into Europe since World War II. “They seem to be decent people,” said Zoltan Wass, a Serbian citizen who spoke to TIME's Simon Shuster. Wass grows grapes and plums on a patch of land along the railroad. Even though the migrants have been picking fruit from his property without permission, he added, “We feel for them, maybe because we know what it’s like to run away from war.” The Syrian family pictured here are preparing to turn themselves in to a Hungarian detention facility for migrants after arriving in the E.U., in Roszke, Hungary. Photograph by Yuri Kozyrev—@noorimages for TIME. Read more on time.com.
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julien_709 : @eavelar39 I don't think it's about EU is responsible for them. But no countries is helping them. I'm sure if you saw them on the street you would understand.
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cherishenson : @nycrobmartz largest migration since WWII
tony_summit : Serbia is located close to the Mediterranean. To relocate to Asian countries seems a bit out of the question unless they get airlifted out. @eavelar39
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nightsight84 : What happens to the migrants when winter comes?
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omar_245 : These government have really exposed their true colours. They have enough money to start wars but not help those who are escaping the conflict to seek refuge in Europe.
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Last January, when Kurdish forces ended the Islamic State’s five-month siege of Kobani, a contested town on the Syrian and Turkish border, the local population rejoiced. The scene today is very different, says photographer Lorenzo Meloni, who, alongside his @magnumphotos colleague Moises Saman, photographed the region earlier this month. “During the war, the enthusiasm for every victory over the Islamic State generated widespread satisfaction and gratification,” he explains. “Today, however, the city is mostly destroyed. Many people have lost their homes…although the reconstruction process has already began, it will take a long time and a lot of money before the city returns to a semblance of normality.” In this image, a young boy, working as a blacksmith, is seen in Kobani on Aug. 8, 2015. Photograph by Lorenzo Meloni—Magnum. Read more and see more images on lightbox.time.com.
aungkaung250 : Victims of the war. Results of Arab spring and democratization of superpower.
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sweetlen35 : No child should experience the ramifications of war.
yahuzaaliyu : Yeah is the money involve that cause the war thus reconstruction. The companies will definitely come from US, the engineers also. Tax will be remitted to her! This is democracy and capitalism... You can't separate them...
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payamn91 : Not Islamic state just terrorist group
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Traveling across more than seven Midwestern states with a professional storm-chasing group, photographer Eric Meola documents everything from hair-raising tornadoes to serene sunsets in his project 'Tornado Alley: The Sky Above the Land Below.' While the deadly force of a storm can wreak havoc upon a community, he hopes his work reminds the safety-conscientious observer that there is another side to these storms. “You are miles away from the nearest town and you are looking at these beautiful, flat horizons with endless wheat fields, long roads and dramatic rolling hills,” Meola tells TIME. “Then in all of the peacefulness comes this angry sky that is almost exploding with energy and light, form and shape. Nature truly is beautiful.” Photograph by Eric Meola. Read more at lightbox.time.com and see a behind the scenes picture @timelightbox.
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Picture 4/4 On Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana with winds of up to 125 m.p.h., causing an unprecedented storm surge and catastrophic floods that would forever change the area’s social fabric. The photographs that came out of New Orleans in the days, weeks and months that followed helped remind the world how vulnerable we are to large-scale disaster, even in the major cities of modern America. To commemorate Katrina’s 10-year anniversary, @timelightbox asked 14 of the people who were taking those photos to tell us about the ones that moved them most. "One year after Hurricane Katrina, I visited the destroyed areas, especially in the Ninth Ward area, which had been badly damaged by the floods," Joachim Ladefoged (@joachimladefoged) of @viiphoto told TIME. "What hit me the most is that you can see the power of the water: it takes a lot to lift up a house and smash it on top of a car." See more pictures at time.com/katrina-photos
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k.mfn.darron : Had family n friends that were gonna ride it out..I was in N.J. checking on them by phone...was cut off as they were explaining they had to come up with a plan "B"....by mornings light...only 4 made it thru the nite...2 of the 4 found the others in a pile of debris...
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galvarez123 : @tashenov_serik terrible
bb.lunar : that's kind of cool though. i mean, it was a terrible experience for those who had to experience the power of Katrina but i'm really interested in weather so... woo
bb.lunar : ^accidental woo 😂
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Picture 3/4 On Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana with winds of up to 125 m.p.h., causing an unprecedented storm surge and catastrophic floods that would forever change the area’s social fabric. The photographs that came out of New Orleans in the days, weeks and months that followed helped remind the world how vulnerable we are to large-scale disaster, even in the major cities of modern America. To commemorate Katrina’s 10-year anniversary, @timelightbox asked 14 of the people who were taking those photos to tell us about the ones that moved them most. "One of the most striking things about the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina was the realization that those struggling to survive had been abandoned by the government," remembers Ron Haviv (@ronhaviv_vii) of @viiphoto who shot this image at New Orleans' airport. "It is thought that a civilization can be judged on how it treats its ill and dead. The days following Katrina should haunt us all about how we lost our way." See more pictures at time.com/katrina-photos
sonny.lindaguy : @USATODAY: Louisiana Gov. Kathleen Blanco took "full responsibility" for Hurricane Katrina's destruction. #Katrina
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joshys10 : For those of you who can't see what it is, it's a group of people sleeping on top of an airport luggage cart on an airport Turmac
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gcwbigs : If you think the government is going to come save you in a disaster your higher than the water levels from Katrina!!! You can argue about whether or not it is even the government's job to do that, but that is beside the point. Is up to you to save your ass!! No one has an excuse we've all seen what happens when you depend on the government! Prepare yourself! Take 5 minutes out of watching TV or whatever else you entertain yourself with and think about what you would do if confronted with a situation like this. And then take one or two concrete steps towards being self sufficient. You don't have to do it all at once. Just a little bit here and a little bit there, and you will be in a much better position if the worst does happen.
merril.fennessy : If you pay your taxes Your government has an obligation World Wide Norm
gcwbigs : @merril.fantasy that's great!! You concentrate on your plan to get government to fulfill its obligations, meanwhile i will make sure I'm prepared for the worst!!
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Picture 2/4 On Aug. 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina made landfall in Louisiana with winds of up to 125 m.p.h., causing an unprecedented storm surge and catastrophic floods that would forever change the area’s social fabric. The photographs that came out of New Orleans in the days, weeks and months that followed helped remind the world how vulnerable we are to large-scale disaster, even in the major cities of modern America. To commemorate Katrina’s 10-year anniversary, @timelightbox asked 14 of the people who were taking those photos to tell us about the ones that moved them most. "The Superdome was the epicenter of the calamity that was the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina," Michael Appleton (@michaeldappleton), who took this image, told TIME. "With no power or running water, it was a dark and rancid place to be. Many chose to gather outside the ravaged stadium rather than endure the smell and spookiness inside. It was a depressing scene, made all the more depressing by the fact that it didn’t have to be that way." See more pictures at time.com/katrina-photos
cue.henning.photography : If human plays with nature... nature will be playing with human...
joseph.slattery : Yes few were @gcwbigs
gcwbigs : @joseph.slattery. wrong!! Prove it! Show me one police report that mentions anything about a rape in the Superdome, & I will apologize. It didn't happen!! Why don't you stop repeating slanderous, racist lies. Police reports are public records, find one that shows a rape occurred or that even an allegation of a rape occurred? You can't because there isn't one. But it sure is fun to think about uncontrolled black men raping women isn't it?
joseph.slattery : @gcwbigs damn do chill out and this has nothing to do with race. But I looked it up and it said women were raped so I'm sorry for believing it
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