Two years after surviving a car crash but losing his arm, a North Carolina dad has the world's most intuitive prosthetic, which was developed right in New Hampshire. Junius Moore said while nothing can replace his arm, the LUKE Arm is as close as it gets. “It's amazing for what it can do.” Moore is the first person in the world to have the combination of prosthetic technology. A titanium rod connects the arm straight into Moore’s shoulder bone. Doctors rewired his nerves, so he can control it with his thoughts. One doctor said it's the most exciting advancement of his career, and he hopes it changes a lot of lives. “I've watched him use it to scoop food to put in his mouth. That kind of function is unbelievable,” said Dr. Matt Albuquerque, of Next Step Bionics. Moore said he never expected he'd be at the forefront of prosthetics when he nearly died. He just wanted to be able to work in his restaurant again and play with his 7-year old son, both of which are now possible. “I'm just very grateful, very thankful.” With a new baby on the way, this will make it easier for Moore to focus on just being a dad.
嘩！脫歐2021後，用 #英國護照 🇬🇧入 #歐盟 🇪🇺要付£7?! 去歐洲我不用英國護照 用好少用的 #特區護照 好了⋯
#Britons visiting EU countries from 2021 will have to pay a €7 fee for visa-free travel for three years, it has been confirmed.
The #EU Commission said #BritishNationals will have to complete an European Travel Information and Authorization System ( #ETIAS) application before they travel.
This will allow them to travel for a three-year period.
Natasha Bertaud, a spokeswoman for the EU Commission, confirmed the news in a tweet.
The charge will come into effect from 2021, when the #UK's two-year transition period with the EU ends and #Britain officially leaves the bloc.
Draft regulations say the system will apply to #UKnationals "once Union law on free movement of Union citizens ceases to apply to them, as to other visa-free third country nationals". The system is similar to the #ESTA visa waiver programme international travellers must complete to visit the #UnitedStates.
#Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, a prominent opponent of #Brexit, said the issue was "not so much the amount of money" but "the principle". She tweeted: "Automatic VISA free travel across #Europe will no longer be a right we can take for granted if Brexit goes ahead. What a sad, retrograde step."