Vaccinating lactating mothers: What’s right, what’s wrong

first_img Related Posts MaxiVision Eye Hospitals launches “Mucormycosis Early Detection Centre” The missing informal workers in India’s vaccine story Share breastfeeding mothersCOVAXINCOVID-19 vaccinationCOVISHIELDlactating mothers vaccinationnon-live virus vaccines Vaccinating lactating mothers: What’s right, what’s wrong COVID-19 Updates News Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals releases first “Comprehensive Textbook of COVID-19” Phoenix Business Consulting invests in telehealth platform Healpha While healthcare experts do support this development, there still seem to be a bit of suspicion around itThe Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoH&FW) recently accepted the recommendations made by the National Expert Group of Vaccine Administration for COVID-19 (NEGVAC) for vaccinating lactating mothers to protect them from COVID-19 using the two vaccines Covishield and COVAXIN that are currently being administered in India, even though such women were not a part of any clinical trials.While healthcare experts do support this development, there still seem to be a bit of suspicion around it.For instance, Bejon Misra, Founder, Patient Safety and Access, argued that a pre-vaccination screening of the vulnerable groups should be the primary step at the vaccination centres to understand their medical history and take preventive measures to avoid any side effects.“Pre-vaccination screening at vaccination centres is must for people who are vulnerable – pregnant women, lactating mothers and those suffering from chronic diseases. Since the concept of public health care is missing in our system, there is a large population unaware of the fact that it might be risky to take a vaccine if they are already on medication for a disease. Therefore, it is essential to see their past medical history and understand if there could be any possible side effects post-vaccination,” he emphasised.On the contrary, Dr Prasanna Bhat, a Delhi-based paediatrician, asserted that there is no harm in vaccinating lactating mothers for COVID-19; instead, it will help in developing antibodies against the disease, which is good for both – the mother as well as her child.He also said, “It is important and safe to vaccinate lactating mothers as it will not only protect them, but they would secrete antibodies in the breast milk, which would be beneficial for babies.”The same thought was shared by Dr Neeraj Lal, Group Senior Vice President, Medicover India and renowned virologist Dr Gagandeep Kang.“Antibodies that transfer into the breastmilk may actually protect the child,” said Dr Lal.Dr Kang also mentioned, “Vaccinating lactating mothers may protect the baby because the mother will make antibodies against the virus.”Dr Sanish Davis, President, Indian Society for Clinical Research (ISCR), also agreed that getting breastfeeding women vaccinated is getting protection for two, i.e., when a breastfeeding mother who’s vaccinated for COVID-19, feeds her baby, the antibodies will be passed on to the infant as well, providing them some protection against the disease.“There are no disadvantages for breastfeeding women getting vaccinated as compared to the general group,” he claimed.Just like all of them, Dr JP Dadhich, Co-Chair – Global Council, International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN), informed that several studies have reported presence of anti-SARS-CoV-2 antibodies in the breastmilk of COVID-19 positive mothers.“Since, currently, COVID-19 vaccine is not recommended in children, antibodies against the disease in breastmilk may be a source of life-saving protection to the infants against this infection,” he suggested.Backing the government’s guidelines, Dr Lal further said, “The government arrived at this decision after deliberation over the evidence from other countries. It has been reviewed by NEGVAC before the decision to allow lactating women access to any COVID vaccine that was finally made.”But, no clinical trials….Highlighting that none of the two vaccines have undergone a clinical trial, Dr Kang said, “The vaccines specifically made in India have not undergone any clinical trial on lactating women. Our system wants companies to develop vaccines, but if something goes wrong, where both the mother and the baby are affected, there are liability, insurance and compensation issues. So, it wants the treatment but doesn’t want the risk. Hence, when companies enroll for clinical trials, they rule out pregnant women. Now by doing this, we are doing the right thing in protecting women during the trial, but we are doing the wrong thing by not testing a product that is likely to help them.”She also stressed that once trials are conducted in adults without any mishappening, it should be made mandatory for pregnant women too.“After the trials are conducted in adults and there is nothing that happens, it should then be made mandatory to include some pregnant women. These are the kinds of discussion that people are having, but, right now, there is no regulation for that,” she added.Further, according to Davis too, there are no specific clinical trials conducted in this group of population and it is not usual to do specific studies only in lactating women in vaccine development.Non-live-virus vaccines cause no harmDr Bhat notified that both the vaccines are non-live-virus vaccines. “None of the vaccines – Covishield and COVAXIN – that are being administered in India, are live-virus vaccines. We know that spike protein is being used to make Covishield and COVAXIN is being made using time-tested age-old technologies of killed virus. Hence, the virus cannot cause any harm to the individual who gets the vaccine.”Sharing a similar view, Dr Dadhich mentioned that both Covishield and COVAXIN are non-live vaccines, which are not expected to be significantly excreted into breastmilk or absorbed by the infant.“So far, other non-live, inactivated vaccines (recombinant or killed organism) have not reported to cause adverse effects in infants via breastfeeding. In fact, non-live vaccines, like flu vaccine, are considered safe, and, therefore, routinely used in lactating women,” he pointed out.Health experts do not expect safety issues with any product that is equivalent to an inactivated vaccine. In line with this, Dr Kang also said, “We don’t expect safety issues for either pregnant women or lactating women. Pregnant and lactating women were not included in the trials but after the vaccines have started to be used in different parts of the world, there are data on pregnant women who were vaccinated during pregnancy as well as on lactating women, where there has been no concern whatsoever.”She also informed, “There is already data from the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines on 35,000 pregnant women who have received the vaccine, and unknown number of lactating women, but I can’t imagine that is less and there are no safety issues.”The strive for dataTo fight the pandemic, emergency use authorisation of vaccines/drugs is something that is required across the world and the authorities are doing the same.Misra agreed that the current situation is dire and an emergency use authorisation of vaccines is the need of the hour and there is a limited data available. His only point of contention was that even that limited data is not available in the public domain. However, it is necessary to do so for achieving sustainable public health care.“Even if the trials are conducted on a small scale, the data must be available in the public domain because transparency and accountability is needed for any action taken by the government and policy makers. Whatever data is collected, it should be shared with the scientific community at least, so that they can analyse it and make the required contribution in the process,” he lamented.In spite of such a scenario, Dr Dadhich expressed hope that perhaps, in future, some data will be available regarding these trials.“None of the clinical trials of the vaccine available so far (including Covishield and COVAXIN) have included pregnant and lactating women as study subjects. However, post-use data should be available in future as many countries have included lactating women in their vaccination programme,” he said.Adding to it, Dr Davis said, “The UK Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) advises that although “there is lack of safety data for these specific vaccinations in breastfeeding, there is no known risk in giving these vaccines to breastfeeding women. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends that COVID-19 vaccination also be offered to breastfeeding women, without the need to avoid vaccination or stop breastfeeding. The Federation of Obstetric and Gynaecological Societies of India (FOGSI) recommends vaccinating these women in line with the recommendations of international bodies.”To understand the basis of the recommendations made by NEGVAC on the issue, Express Healthcare had also sent a query to one of the members of this group. However, no response was received on the same till the time of publishing this story. Adoption of AI/ML can disrupt healthcare services Comments (0) By Akanki Sharma on May 22, 2021 Menopause to become the next game-changer in global femtech solutions industry by 2025 Read Article WHO tri-regional policy dialogue seeks solutions to challenges facing international mobility of health professionals Add Commentlast_img read more

AT&T quiet on 5G as it refreshes tariffs

first_imgHome AT&T quiet on 5G as it refreshes tariffs 5GAT&Tunlimited data plan Previous ArticleWhatsApp accuses Israeli company of spyingNext ArticleApple seeks iPhone sales boost after profit drops Diana is Mobile World Live’s US Editor, reporting on infrastructure and spectrum rollouts, regulatory issues, and other carrier news from the US market. Diana came to GSMA from her former role as Editor of Wireless Week and CED Magazine, digital-only… Read more Telkomsel turns on 5G in major cities Author Amazon reels in MGM Relatedcenter_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 30 OCT 2019 Asia AT&T revamped its unlimited offerings with a trio of new options, but kept mum on plans to offer 5G service to consumers.The operator currently offers two tariffs: a standard unlimited plan for $70 per month and a premium option for $80 per month.An updated roster will include an Unlimited Starter plan for $65 per month for a single line; Unlimited Extra for $75 per month; and Unlimited Elite for $85 per month. The Starter and Extra plans will roll out 3 November, with Elite following in the “coming weeks”.Unlimited Starter includes talk, text and data in the US, Mexico and Canada. Unlimited Extra adds up to 50GB of high-speed data and 15GB of mobile hot spot data into the mix, while Unlimited Elite offers 100GB of high-speed data, 30GB of mobile hotspot data and an HBO subscription.However, it does not appear 5G will factor into any of the new tariffs. A company representative told Mobile World Live it will “share more information on 5G for consumers later this year”.AT&T first launched 5G in December 2018 to a closed group of business and consumer customers in select cities, but nearly a year later has yet to make the service broadly available.In August, rival Verizon revamped its own unlimited line up, including 5G service (which it valued at $10 per month) free for a “limited time”. Sprint includes the cost of 5G service in its $80 per month Unlimited Premium tariff. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back Diana Goovaerts Tags Mobile Mix: Buzzing for Barcelonalast_img read more

Valve adds pop-ups to Community Market warning of potential scams

first_imgValve adds pop-ups to Community Market warning of potential scamsDialogue boxes warn users if they attempt to purchase items for a game they don’t own, or a new releaseRebekah ValentineSenior Staff WriterTuesday 31st July 2018Share this article Recommend Tweet ShareCompanies in this articleValveIn the wake of multiple Community Marketplace scams, Valve has put in place some additional warnings that will, it hopes, mitigate any counterfeit item sales that slip through the cracks. Specifically, pop-ups have been added when making certain types of transactions to encourage the user to check the item they are purchasing a bit more carefully.One of the scams that likely triggered this change was shut down just yesterday. A game called Abstractism appeared to have scammed at least one person into purchasing an in-game item that used the asset and name of a rare item in Team Fortress 2. To someone just browsing the store, the item might appear at a glance to be the Team Fortress 2 item due to its image and description, but it was not actually an item for that game. The listing was removed yesterday, along with the game (which was also downloading cryto-mining software onto user PCs, incidentally).To encourage users to check the game they are purchasing items for in the future, Valve has implemented two additional dialogue boxes that may appear prior to a purchase. One will alert the buyer if they are purchasing an item for a game they do not have in their Steam library, and the other will pop up if the game is a new release. Both are quickly dismissed if the player intends the purchase, but may also direct eyes to the name of the game the item is for in case the purchase is unintended or misunderstood.Related JobsSenior Game Designer – UE4 – AAA United Kingdom Amiqus GamesProgrammer – REMOTE – work with industry veterans! North West Amiqus GamesJunior Video Editor – GLOBAL publisher United Kingdom Amiqus GamesDiscover more jobs in games On a Reddit thread identifying the change, Valve engineer Tony Paloma (“Drunken_F00l”) also chimed in to say that further changes were on the horizon.”We also started requiring approval for app name changes, and have more planned to address this sort of problem that we couldn’t get done in one day,” he said. “We are hopeful that having to dismiss two warning dialogs will be sufficient to make people think twice about trades containing forged items, but this is not the end of our response, and we’ll continue to monitor, of course.”He also said that anyone who was tricked by the scam prior to the warnings would have their items restored or recovered, and that the process would “hopefully” be automatic and would not require users to submit tickets.Celebrating employer excellence in the video games industry8th July 2021Submit your company Sign up for The Publishing & Retail newsletter and get the best of GamesIndustry.biz in your inbox. Enter your email addressMore storiesWolfire Games files antitrust lawsuit against ValveThe developer argues that Valve uses its dominant position on the PC market to “exploit publishers and consumers”By Marie Dealessandri 12 days agoValve blocks Super Seducer 3 from SteamMultiple product reviews left Valve at “an impasse” with seduction game creator Richard LeRuinaBy Matthew Handrahan A month agoLatest comments Sign in to contributeEmail addressPasswordSign in Need an account? Register now.last_img read more

VES film features city on the move

first_imgA decade ago, the city of Astana was little more than a bleak outpost on the steppe of Kazakhstan. Now it is a bustling metropolis, where the pace of development is so rapid that life can feel like a time-lapse film. Buildings and roads sprout up seemingly overnight. Hammers provide a constant soundtrack. People arrive in droves from across Kazakhstan and from neighboring countries, in search of employment and the chance for a better life.The tale of Astana’s rise began in 1994, when the Kazakh government elected to move the capital there from Almaty (in the southeastern part of the country). President Nursultan A. Nazarbayev spearheaded the effort, promoting Astana as a more central location having less of an earthquake risk than Almaty. Furthermore, he argued, the new capital would bring much-needed investment to the country’s interior. Others have said the move was actually designed to bring Kazakhs into an area traditionally settled by Russians. Astana became Kazakhstan’s official capital in 1998. Construction began at a furious pace to transform Astana into a cosmopolitan destination — and it hasn’t slackened since.Maxim Pozdorovkin and Joe Bender, graduate students in Harvard’s Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, respectively, have captured the city’s dramatic emergence in a documentary film titled “Capital.” The 56-minute piece explores the rapid development from the perspective of several residents, including news anchors, tour guides, and construction workers. The footage is focused on a week of celebrations that marked Astana’s 10th anniversary in July 2008.“We were fascinated by the idea of a new capital as an icon for a new nation,” says Pozdorovkin, “as well as by the physical process of a city coming into its own through construction and development.”The Kazakh government, particularly President Nazarbayev, has promoted Astana’s growth as a symbol of progress in the post-Soviet era. Many new buildings, such as the “Palace of Peace and Concord,” are designed to showcase Kazakhstan’s culture and offer a window onto a prosperous future. The government aims to complete construction by 2030, and projects the population will have reached 3 million by that time.“The government envisions Astana as a fully functioning, super-modern metropolis,” says Pozdorovkin.Pozdorovkin, who hails from Moscow, has been following the news from Astana for years. In the fall of 2007, he began discussing the possibility of making a film about the Kazakh capital with Bender. Both students have completed a secondary field in Visual and Environmental Studies (VES) and were eager to collaborate on a project. After considering other ideas, they chose Astana and made plans to travel there in the summer of 2008.“This area of the world was completely new to me,” Bender says, “which is part of what made the project so fascinating. I had been thinking about the theoretical concerns of urban space for a while and the more I learned about Astana, the more interesting and productive the project became.”Bender took most of the footage in Astana — nearly 94 hours in all — while Pozdorovkin directed, conducted interviews, translated, and negotiated access to monuments and the anniversary celebrations.“We must have looked like a funny duo,” Bender recalls. “I don’t speak Russian, so I would set up, make myself as unobtrusive as possible, and film everything. Meanwhile, Max was talking to people, pumping them for information, and working to get us closer to the action. We were lucky to have great access to all the events taking place.”In their approach to filming, Bender and Pozdorovkin drew on the work of Russian documentary filmmaker Dziga Vertov. Vertov felt that film should record “life caught unawares,” or the spirit of the city through the activities of its citizens.“We were eager to look at the development of the city as an overarching process, but we also wanted to find individual stories within that process which speak to the character of the place, its movement and complexity,” Bender says.One story line in “Capital” focuses on the tour staff at the Palace for Peace and Concord, designed by British architect Norman Foster. Inside, tourists can see a small-scale model of the future city and climb to the top of the pyramidal building to see its current layout. A photographer who works in front of the palace sums up the spirit of Astana:“That used to be a field where I picked potatoes,” he says, pointing to the palace. “Now Astana is a pearl in the steppe.”Bender and Pozdorovkin hope the film will correct misperceptions about Kazakhstan.“Central Asia remains relatively unknown to the rest of the world,” says Pozdorovkin. “One of the most interesting things about editing the film has been confronting the default assumptions people have about the region.”“We did have to put up with a lot of ‘Borat’ jokes,” he adds with a chuckle, referring to Sacha Baron Cohen’s comedy film about a fictive Kazakh journalist.“I hope that viewers will walk away with a sense of place, and an idea for the variety of different relationships people can have to a city,” says Bender. “It is fascinating to consider how citizens respond to, contribute to, critique, or support the project of the city which is really also the project of building the nation.”last_img read more

Bucky Baxter, Pedal Steel Guitarist For Bob Dylan & Many More, Dead At 65

first_imgRenowned pedal steel guitarist Bucky Baxter has died at age 65, according to an Instagram post from his son and alt-country artist, Rayland Baxter. Baxter rose to prominence as a member of Bob Dylan‘s band on his Never Ending Tour in the early 1990s.Born William Baxter in Melbourne, FL in 1955, he began studying pedal-steel in the 1970s. In the 1980s he met rising country star Steve Earle, and played on Earle’s breakout debut record, Guitar Town, in 1986. Baxter went on to play on future Earle albums including Copperhead Road in 1988 and The Hard Way in 1990. He eventually became a founding member of Earle’s touring band, The Dukes, which Earle still plays with to this day.Related: Jimmy Cobb, Veteran Jazz Drummer For Miles Davis & More, Dead At 91While touring with Earle, Baxter met Dylan and was commissioned by the legendary musician to teach him how to play pedal steel. The lessons must not have taken, as Dylan hired Baxter on to be his touring pedal-steel guitarist in 1992, just before embarking on the famed Never Ending Tour. In seven years of touring with Dylan, Baxter joined him at over 750 shows and lent his hand on Dylan’s 1997 Grammy-winning album, Time Out Of Mind.Following his departure from Dylan’s band in 1999, Baxter went solo and cut the instrumental album, Most Likely, No Problem. Shortly after, he began working with Ryan Adams and toured with the musician in addition to playing on his albums Gold and Demolition. At this point, Baxter had become a name in the Americana scene and would go on to lend his hand on recordings for Kacey Musgraves, Old Crow Medicine Show, Los Lobos, and even Billy Ray Cyrus. He also holds multiple credits on the Beastie Boys‘ Anthology: The Sounds of Science album.In an interview with the Bob Dylan fanzine On The Tracks, Bucky Baxter credited his longevity in the singer-songwriter’s group to his commitment to leaving the man alone. In all their years on the road together, Baxter said that he never tried to strike up a friendship with the elusive songwriter.“I just worked for him. And we had a good working relationship … but I never went to his house for Thanksgiving or anything,” he said. “I think that’s why I lasted so long — I conducted myself professionally and let him be. I never bugged him.”Tributes to the late musician have already started pouring in. [H/T Rolling Stone]last_img read more

Daily Postcard: Raven Nest In North Mesa Canyon

first_imgDaily Postcard: A raven nest spotted in North Mesa Canyon from San Ildefonso Road. Photo by Cristal Aguilarlast_img

HGI Lacrosse helmets

first_imgAll Activity bucknut40 13 gdu Sports Logo News 12-OH! 71 Share on other sites gdu Members 1,676 posts HGI Lacrosse helmets bucknut40 gdu 13 Share this post Posted February 9, 2012 thespleenenator Posted February 9, 2012 160 gdu Share this post Posted February 9, 2012 71 Share on other sites Link to post Posted February 10, 2012 160 0 Forums Home Members bucknut40 13 0 13 13 Banned 698 160 Sports Logos Share this post Share on other sites 160 160 28-9, Sweet 16? Yeah, I’ll take that. Sports Logos Members Members SportsLogos.Net Share on other sites 0 10 71 Posted February 10, 2012 1,676 posts bucknut40 Share on other sites 215 posts Location:College In all kinds of weather bucknut40 1,676 posts 0 160 nicktharipper Banned 28-9, Sweet 16? Yeah, I’ll take that. Link to post 160 14,123 posts Link to post Share this post 0 Location:Tampa, FL Share on other sites Location:Austin, Texas Posted February 10, 2012 Share this post RyanMcD29 Sign in to follow this   Posted February 10, 2012 thespleenenator Share on other sites Link to post 71 1,844 Share on other sites There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosseGood question. I had been wondering if they would get into baseball helmets. They made some contruction helmets for TCU.Yeah I could definantly see some helmets…I really like those hard hats I wouldn’t be suprised if TCU pulled those out in batting helmet formI’ve wondered if they would. TCU wore matte Easton helmets last season. 13 bucknut40 Members Location:College Location:Austin, Texas Share on other sites bucknut40 0 By gdu, February 9, 2012 in Sports Logo News 13 Posted February 10, 2012 1,844 7,383 posts There is already a LAX 2012 thread Posted February 9, 2012 Share this post 1,844 Link to post 160 Posted February 9, 2012 Share this post 7,383 posts Share on other sites Link to post Location:Austin, Texas Posted February 9, 2012 160 gdu thespleenenator Share this post 160 gdu There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosseGood question. I had been wondering if they would get into baseball helmets. They made some contruction helmets for TCU.That is literally the worst thing I’ve ever seen. Of anything. Ever. I don’t really understand your post. TCU is building a new stadium so I think it’s kinda cool for the guys around the construction site to have helmets like that.Crap, I didn’t see that they were construction helmets I thought those were actual baseball helmet, and that would’ve been horrible.Still, those are butt ugly. I didn’t really like them as football helmets, and I don’t like them as construction helmets either. Sign in to follow this   HGI just posted this: Share this post Location:Dayton, Ohio 160 Posted February 9, 2012 Members 698 12-OH! 0 Share on other sites 698 6,168 posts Location:Levittown, NY Cascade beat HGI to the punch about 9 months ago with color chrome facemasks Link to post 7,383 posts gdu Link to post 13 Forums Home 0 SportsLogos.Net 7,014 posts 12-OH! Members 71 Recommended Posts Share on other sites Location:Dayton, Ohio There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosseGood question. I had been wondering if they would get into baseball helmets. They made some contruction helmets for TCU.Yeah I could definantly see some helmets…I really like those hard hats I wouldn’t be suprised if TCU pulled those out in batting helmet form 0 Members 13 Posted February 9, 2012 There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either. 10 Followers 0 160 160 Location:Austin, Texas nicktharipper Link to post 13 Link to post 0 Location:Dayton, Ohio 13 RyanMcD29 0 Link to post Share this post 1,676 posts Share this post bucknut40 160 13 There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosseGood question. I had been wondering if they would get into baseball helmets. They made some contruction helmets for TCU.That is literally the worst thing I’ve ever seen. Of anything. Ever. Literally? Really? You’ve never actually seen anything worse than that? See Red There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosseGood question. I had been wondering if they would get into baseball helmets. They made some contruction helmets for TCU.Yeah I could definantly see some helmets…I really like those hard hats I wouldn’t be suprised if TCU pulled those out in batting helmet formI’ve wondered if they would. TCU wore matte Easton helmets last season.I love those helmets. I wore a blue one for summer ball and the look of it was awesome Cascade beat HGI to the punch about 9 months ago with color chrome facemasks Not like this though… Cascade doesn’t have a matte option and the chromed masks were/are ultra-limited. Plus they don’t chrome out the chin piece… Share this post Link to post Followers 0 There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosse gdu 7,383 posts Posted February 10, 2012 Members 10 0 71 Link to post Link to post Share this post Location:Austin, Texas thespleenenator See Red All Activity 7,014 posts Share on other sites Members Share this post There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosseGood question. I had been wondering if they would get into baseball helmets. They made some contruction helmets for TCU. gdu HGI Lacrosse helmets Share on other sites 160 0 7,383 posts There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosseGood question. I had been wondering if they would get into baseball helmets. They made some contruction helmets for TCU.That is literally the worst thing I’ve ever seen. Of anything. Ever. Sports Logo News This topic is now closed to further replies. There is already a LAX 2012 threadSorry about that. I didn’t see one on the first 2 forum pages and I couldn’t care less about LAX (just posting this for thsoe that do) so I wasn’t sure if there was one yet or not. Didn’t see a NCAA Baseball 2012 thread either.O yeah Im not trying to be an A** Hole or anything, but just letting you know, I saw these on there FB page aswell, I am interested to see these helmets, I thinking a Matte Black shell? Should be interesting….Im wondering if they will work with any other teams this year for lacrosseGood question. I had been wondering if they would get into baseball helmets. They made some contruction helmets for TCU.That is literally the worst thing I’ve ever seen. Of anything. Ever. I don’t really understand your post. TCU is building a new stadium so I think it’s kinda cool for the guys around the construction site to have helmets like that. HGI Lacrosse helmets Go To Topic Listing Location:Dayton, Ohio gdu 0 Members 12-OH! Memberslast_img read more