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HSBC sees two United Kingdom interest rate hikes by end


The Bank of England's monetary policy committee is expected to vote for a 0.25 percentage point rise at its November meeting, and again in May 2018, HSBC's United Kingdom economist Liz Martins said in a research note. The cost of borrowing is set to jump if the Bank of England lifts the base rate for the first time in a decade in November as expected. The analysts added that their view on the United Kingdom economic outlook is unchanged. Lire la suite »

Expected Burden of Lung Cancer High for People Living With HIV


Using a computer simulation model of HIV, the researchers estimated the risk of lung cancer among people living with HIV in the USA, based on whether they are current, former, or never smokers, how many cigarettes per day they smoke - or smoked for former smokers - and whether they consistently take antiviral medications . Lire la suite »

Kate Middleton stars in video educating kids about mental health


Kate Middleton has appeared in a new video aiming to educate children about mental health. The Duchess is shown speaking candidly to the camera, dressed in a blue jacket. She set up the Hampstead War Nurseries in 1941 in response to the social and emotional upheaval faced by children in wartime, and over the decades it developed into a centre of teaching and research and a major service provider. Lire la suite »

Walker to sign $3B incentive bill for Foxconn


Walker is expected to sign the bill at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Gateway Technical College. An analysis by the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau found it will take at least 25 years for Wisconsin taxpayers to break even on the incentives. The bill provides almost $3 billion in cash to Foxconn if it invests $10 billion in a new flat-screen factory in southeastern Wisconsin and employs 13,000 people. Lire la suite »

Florida nursing home with 8 post-Irma deaths has checkered safety record


An individual handling air conditioning for the facility told WPLG-TV that a fuse was damaged during Hurricane Irma , resulting in cooling issues for the past few days. Drone footage has captured the extent of destruction caused by Hurricane Irma, showing scattered debris floating in heavily flooded streets in Naples, Florida. Lire la suite »

New recommendations for teens wanting tattoos or body piercings


It stated that while societal acceptance of tattoos and piercings has increased, there may still be repercussions. The rate of complications from tattoo placement is unknown, but believed to be rare. Before getting a tattoo, immunizations should be up to date and people should not be on any medication that would compromise the immune system. "Tattooing is much more accepted than it was 15 to 20 years ago", Dr. Lire la suite »

Les Français pas toujours à l'aise avec leur médecin — Sondage


Dans les faits, 78 % des patients craignent le jugement d'un soignant... L'étude Zava " Crainte et expérience du jugement dans l'accès au soin en France " a été conduite par l'Institut BVA pour du 20 au 24 avril 2017 sur un échantillon de 1000 personnes représentatif de la population française âgée de 18 ans ou plus. Lire la suite »

Le "Dieselgate" pourrait être responsable de 5 000 morts par an


Les chercheurs se sont concentrés sur les 28 pays de l'Union européenne , plus la Norvège et la Suisse . C'est bien pour cela que les constructeurs automobiles doivent veiller à ce que leurs moteurs ne polluent pas trop. Plus de 90% de ces décès sont dus à des maladies respiratoires et cardiovasculaires résultant d'une exposition aux particules fines et au NOx. "Si les émissions de diesel étaient aussi basses que celles de l'essence, les trois-quarts des décès prématurés enregistrés ... Lire la suite »

Khamenei says slams 'deceitful' US officials over nuclear deal


Ayatollah Khamenei then noted that the increasing hostility toward Iran was because the Iranian nation "is a source of inspiration for other nations", adding, "The corrupt, lying and dishonest officials of America brazenly accuse the Iranian nation and the Islamic Republic establishment of lying, while the Iranian nation moves honestly and will honestly continue on this path up to the end". Lire la suite »

Delhi police arrests Al-Qaida terror suspect


Police have seized arms, laptop, phone, Bangladesh currency and sim cards from his possession. Kushwaha said the suspected militant was a British citizen who had travelled to Bangladesh to recruit people for the al-Qaeda. 'He came to India to set up base in Mizoram, Manipur & send ppl to Myanmar, basically espousing the cause of Rohingyas, ' P Kushwaha, DCP Delhi Police Special Cell said. Lire la suite »

AI Can Detect Early Symptoms Of Alzheimer's


The researchers divided the scans into small regions to maximize identification, and let the AI analyze the neural connectivity. What the researchers have done is that they have given their AI 67 MRI scans from 38 Alzheimer's patients, and an additional 29 from those without it. Lire la suite »

Girl, 8, dies in Melbourne hospital in flu outbreak


Eight residents of a retirement home in regional Victoria have died from the flu with more than 100 residents and staff affected by the illness. Health Minister Jill Hennessy said it had been a devastating flu season . "So, we're also seeing significant increases in respiratory illness and pneumonia". Some Victorian private hospitals will accept public emergency flu patients to deal with the load. Lire la suite »

Fake Income Tax officers beaten up, arrested in Delhi


Flashing " IRS officer " ID cards, the men got off their Tata Safari, which had a "government of India" sticker, and began their "search operation". "They had come in two cars - a Tata Safari and a Honda City", the officer added. "They swiped away Rs 20 lakh cash that was kept in the house", the complainant told police. Six of the accused were nabbed by the locals and were thrashed. Lire la suite »

Kids Who Own Cellphones More Likely to be Cyberbullied


The research, which was focused on cell phone ownership among children in third to fifth grades, finds that these children might be particularly vulnerable to cyberbullying. The researchers suggest that the heightened likelihood of cyberbullying relating to phone ownership may be due to increased opportunity and vulnerability. Lire la suite »

Second man arrested in connection with London Tube terror attack

The first arrest earlier on Saturday was of an 18-year-old man, who was detained by Kent Police in the port area of Dover and who remains in custody. Shortly before the terrorist group "Islamic state" declared its responsibility for the explosion in the train London underground, thundered in the morning on Friday. Lire la suite »

All Blacks 57 - 0 Springbok


Beauden Barrett put New Zealand ahead with a penalty before quick intuition from scrum-half Aaron Smith led to the first try of the match when his quick tap and kick found Rieko Ioane to go over in the corner. "We are very proud of it", All Blacks coach Steve Hansen said. The boys had a good week. Etzebeth took turns death-staring the lot of us, which was a frightening experience because he is a frightening human. Lire la suite »

Apple iPhone 8 and the truth behind their prices

The 64GB iPhone 8 costs $1079, while the 256GB version costs $1329. Launching on September 22nd, the Apple Watch Series 3 will be available in gold, silver and space grey aluminum or silver and space black stainless steel. "Now, you can go for a run with just your watch", said Jeff Williams, Apple's chief operating officer and in charge of Watch development. It'll be interesting to see how the first two fare now that the duo has to compete with the attention-stealing iPhone X . Lire la suite »