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Was Prince's Favorite Color Really Not Purple??


According to Prince's sister, the singer - who wore and surrounded himself with a frankly astounding volume of purple accoutrements - did not consider purple his favourite colour. However, he also sported orange fairly frequently. The " Purple Rain " hue created by the Pantone Color Institute was dubbed " Love Symbol #2 ", paying tribute to Prince's custom Yamaha piano and the squiggly graphic the singer began using as his name in 1993 in a testy battle with Warner Bros. Lire la suite »

Here's Why Yawns Are So Contagious


In search of answers, University of Nottingham's Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience in the School of Psychology, Stephen Jackson, led a research effort peering into the human brain to see just what makes yawning so contagious. Contagious yawning isn't unique to humans, either. The work with electrical stimulation suggests that the brain's primary motor cortex plays a role in contagious yawning, the researchers said. Lire la suite »

Baby born in Pennsylvania while still in amniotic sac


When the contractions started being so close together, she said she knew it was "time to push", and that's when E.J. was born, still in the amniotic sac . Scurry shared the photo of her holding Ean en caul and the photo went viral. Raelin Scurry says that the child is miracle baby because the little one took birth within the amniotic sac . Lire la suite »

FDA grants accelerated approval to benznidazole for Chagas disease


While Chagas primarily affects people living in rural parts of Latin America, recent estimates have suggested that there may be some 300,000 people in the US living with the condition, according to the agency. The secondary trial reported similar results, with approximately 55% of patients experiencing an antibody tests change from positive to negative, compared with 5% of patients who received placebo. Lire la suite »

Sunderland finalise loan deal for midfielder Jonny Williams


Williams, who has had a number of injury problems in recent years, has been sent out on loan by Palace for the fourth time following previous spells with Ipswich Town, Nottingham Forest and MK Dons. According to Sky Sports' live transfer blog (15:48 ), Crystal Palace playmaker Jonny Williams is set to undergo a medical with Sunderland ahead of joining the Black Cats on loan. Lire la suite »

March calls attention to uptick in NYC overdose deaths


It will be at 7 front of the church at 300 W. Market St., Pottsville. Overdose victims will be remembered Thursday at Lowdermilk Park in honor of International Overdose Awareness Day . Recent analysis of IL death records shows that overdose deaths involving synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl, have increased more than any other category of opioids. Lire la suite »

Indian court slaps 10-yr imprisonment on Ram Raheem for rape


Singh, nicknamed the "guru in bling" for his lavish appearance, was convicted of rape and criminal intimidation of two female followers in a 15-year-old case. Virk also said: "The Sunaria jail is quite far away from the city and I do not foresee any problem for local people". May or may not the 20 years of Jail Suffice the Ram Rahim Singh the punishment needs to be examined along with other allegations of crime against the self-proclaimed godman. Lire la suite »

Phishing attack lures $12M from Alberta university's pockets


He says the university's computer systems have not been compromised, but a preliminary assessment has determined that controls around the process of changing vendor banking information were inadequate. MacEwan has informed both the minister of advanced education and the province's auditor general, as well as other interested parties, Beharry said. Lire la suite »

Mumbai Building Collapsed: 16 Died and 34 injured including 4 firemen


The 80-year-old Sugrabai building in Bhendi Bazaar , which has planned redevelopment, is temporarily getting repaired. At least 15 people have died over the last two days due to the severe rain and floods in the city. The building is in a congested lane, but the police have cordoned the area around it. She said MHADA had been constantly conveying to the families it was a "dangerous" building and that it had also apprised the SBUT of the risk. Lire la suite »

Study claims slow walkers more likely to die of heart disease


Those who were slow walkers were found to be between 1.8 and 2.4 times more likely to die of heart disease - which is the world's biggest killer - during the timeframe. The study's findings were published last week in the European Heart Journal . Association of walking pace and handgrip strength with all-cause, cardiovascular, and cancer mortality: a UK Biobank observational study. Lire la suite »

Don du sang : pour sauvez des vies, soyez généreux!


En 2016, plus d'un million de Français ont donné leur sang et, parmi eux, plus de deux cent soixante douze mille nouveaux donneurs. " La rentrée signe la reprise d'une activité hospitalière soutenue (notamment avec les opérations programmées) qui entraîne une hausse de la consommation en produits sanguins ". Lire la suite »

Top court denies nod to Singh brothers for selling Fortis shares

Shares of Fortis were down 6.6% at 12.30pm, reacting to the court's order. Earlier, YES Bank and Axis Bank had approached the court to seek its permission to sell shares of the company pledged with them. Maintaining status quo, the apex court clarified that promoters Singh brothers can not sell both encumbered and non-encumbered assets. Daiichi had acquired Ranbaxy in 2008 for nearly $4.6 billion and sold it to Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd for about $3.2 billion in 2014. Lire la suite »

SC bars Fortis Healthcare promoters from selling pledged shares

The shares of Fortis plunged by over 5% after the Supreme Court order. On 11 August, the court had asked companies controlled by the Singhs to not sell shares in Fortis. The court has fixed the next date of hearing in the matter on October 31. This case is related to a separate case where Daiichi Sankyo has accused the Singh brothers of concealing facts when they sold their stake in erstwhile Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd to the Japanese company in 2008. Lire la suite »

Trial for PTSD treatment with MDMA-assisted psychotherapy receives FDA go-ahead


The Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies ( MAPS ) has been championing for research into MDMA, often the main ingredient in ecstasy, for 30 years. Participants will be randomly assigned to receive 3 day-long sessions of either MDMA or placebo in conjunction with psychotherapy over a 12-week treatment period, along with 12 associated 90-minute non-drug preparatory and integration sessions. Lire la suite »

Looking for a plastic surgeon on Instagram? Beware


The doctor lost her license to practice medicine in Georgia, but prosecutors made a decision to drop the charges, a published report said. For the study, published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal , the team examined a total of 1,789,270 posts which utilized 21 plastic surgery-related hashtags on Instagram . Lire la suite »

Study Finds New Dads in US Are Older Then Ever


Between 1972 and 2015, the average paternal age at the time of an American child's birth grew from 27.4 years to 30.9 years. The Stanford researchers obtained the data from the National Vital Statistics System, an intergovernmental data-sharing program sponsored by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Lire la suite »

Billionaire Kidnapper, Evans pleads guilty in Court


According to the prosecutor, the defendants collected a ransom of 223,000 Euros for the release of Donatus. The Lagos State Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice, Adeniji Kazeem , who led the prosecution of the first arraignment, said the billionaire kidnaper and his team, including those at large, committed the offenses between February 14 and April 12, 2017. Lire la suite »