Rose donates £10k to two domestic abuse charities after giving £19k to hospital

first_imgMost Read In SportTHROUGH ITRobbie Keane reveals Claudine’s father was ’50-50′ in coronavirus battle’I ACCEPT’McGregor accepts Silva fight at UFC catchweight of 176lbs in huge super-fightTOP SELLERGavin Whelan has gone from League of Ireland to David Beckham’s InstagramPicturedA CUT ABOVEMike Tyson shows two-inch cut ‘picked up in training’ ahead of boxing returnPicturedAN EYEFULMeet Playboy model and football agent Anamaria Prodan bidding to buy her own clubI SAW ROORodallega saw Rooney ‘drinking like madman’ & Gerrard ‘on bar dancing shirtless’Rose then delighted hospital staff by paying out for mountains of Dominos pizzas and potato wedges just days later.A video clip showed boxes of food stacked up in the hospital for hard-working staff battling coronavirus.The hospital tweeted: “Thank you Danny Rose for the hundreds of Dominos pizzas.”England defender Danny Rose delivers hundreds of Domino’s pizzas to NHS staff days after £19k donation to aid coronavirus fight 2DANNY ROSE has donated £10,000 to two domestic abuse charities days after giving £19k and hundreds of pizzas to a London hospital.The generous Newcastle star, on loan from Tottenham, split the donation between SafeLives and Chayn after Refuge, the country’s largest domestic abuse charity, reported an increase of 120 per cent in helpline calls.2 Danny Rose was the mystery donor of £19,000 to North Middlesex University Hospital – and sent them hundreds of pizzas from Domino’sCredit: Getty⚠️ Read our coronavirus in sport live blog for the latest news & updatesRose said: “If you’re worried about a neighbour or a friend being abused, if you’re a child worried about your parents,  I hope you know that response services will still come out.“There are still people out there want to help.”Rose’s gift comes after he anonymously donated £19k to North Middlesex University Hospital in London.The hospital tweeted: “Our super sleuths have scoured the evidence and identified that Danny Rose is our incredibly generous mystery donor.”Rose replied: “I just wanted to say a huge thank you for everything you’re doing – for the hours you’re putting in and, more importantly, for putting yourself at risk to treat everybody“I wanted to say, on behalf of all my colleagues, that you are the heroes.CORONAVIRUS CRISIS – BE IN THE KNOWGet the latest coronavirus news, facts and figures from around the world – plus essential advice for you and your family.To receive our Covid-19 newsletter in your inbox every tea time, sign up here.To follow us on Facebook, simply ‘Like’ our Coronavirus page.“You’re probably not getting as much recognition as you deserve so I just wanted to say ‘thank you very much’.“I’ve chosen your hospital because I’ve been there a couple of times through Spurs, so it makes sense to go to you first.“You are the heroes and the work and the hours you are putting in are not going unnoticed.”Give now to The Sun’s NHS appealBRITAIN’s four million NHS staff are on the frontline in the battle against coronavirus.But while they are helping save lives, who is there to help them?The Sun has launched an appeal to raise £1MILLION for NHS workers.The Who Cares Wins Appeal aims to get vital support to staff in their hour of need.We have teamed up with NHS Charities Together in their urgent Covid-19 Appeal to ensure the money gets to exactly who needs it.The Sun is donating £50,000 and we would like YOU to help us raise a million pounds, to help THEM.No matter how little you can spare, please donate today herewww.thesun.co.uk/whocareswinsappeallast_img read more

New SkyZen app aims to combat jetlag

first_imgImage via Apple iTunesThe International Air Transport Association (IATA) released details of a new mobile app for passengers to monitor their health and wellbeing before, during and after a flight. Used in conjunction with a ‘Jawbone’ fitness wristband, the SkyZen app, with data and analytics supplied by OAG, enables air travelers to view their activity and sleep patterns throughout the whole flight experience. Helpful hints will enable users to improve their travel experience and combat jet lag when crossing time zones.“Recent advances in personal health monitoring give air travelers a great opportunity to track how they respond to the various stages of a trip. With its global perspective on the air transport industry, IATA is uniquely placed to develop a single app which passengers can use across all flights, anywhere in the world. We are confident SkyZen delivers a completely new perspective on travel for passengers, with handy tips offering a fun and interactive way to improve the quality of their flying experience,” said Tom Windmuller, IATA Senior Vice President for Airport, Passenger, Cargo and Security.SkyZen is free to download and use from the Apple iTunes store, and currently works with the Jawbone health tracker. The Apple Watch and Fitbit version will be released shortly. Users of the app only need to enter their flight number, date and class of travel, and SkyZen will automatically collect and aggregate the data. Using the data collected, SkyZen will offer passengers personalized insights on their flight activity, and strategies to minimize jet lag before and after flight.OAG, the leader in aviation information and analytics, provides the SkyZen mobile app with flight schedule, status and aviation data. As travelers begin using the app, OAG will partner with IATA to analyze the sleep and health habits for specific flight routes, times of day and length, with the aim to improve the quality of the flying experience.“We are always looking for ways to improve the passenger experience, and with a tool like SkyZen and OAG’s detailed analysis, we are hopeful to provide insights and recommendations to achieve that goal,” said Mark Clarkson, Business Development Director for ASPAC of OAG.Source = OAGlast_img read more