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000 chirurgien·ne·s-dentistes supplémentaires d'ici à 2040


La DREES (Direction de la recherche des études, de l'évaluation et des statistiques), qui publie ces chiffres, note la stabilité des effectifs, le rajeunissement et la féminisation de la profession. "Le nombre de chirurgien·ne·s-dentistes devrait augmenter de 18 % entre 2016 et 2040 pour atteindre 48 800 actifs en 2040, dans l'hypothèse de comportements constants et d'un maintien des politiques en vigueur.". Lire la suite »

National Football League sees slight uptick in TV ratings amid Trump attacks

The bump occurred after Trump said Friday at a rally in Alabama that NFL team owners should fire players who protest racial inequality during the national anthem . The ESPN Deportes telecast drew almost 100,000 views, making it the most-watched Spanish-language MNF game on ESPN since 2013. - Fox's "NFL Kickoff" averaged 1.625 million viewers, a 39 percent increase from past year, network spokesman Eddie Motl told Sporting News. Lire la suite »

Nigeria Pulls out of 90 International Organisations


The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has said President Muhammadu Buhari is under no obligation to disclose his medical condition even though he has spent most of the year being treated overseas. Nigeria doesn't need to be a member of every single organizations but those we are members of, we have made a decision as FEC that we must prioritize and pay our obligations because that is part of the nation's image. Lire la suite »

Republicans fail again to kill off Obamacare in US Senate


Grim-faced lawmakers, who hoped to hold the vote this week, made the announcement soon after a Republican lunch in which senators discussed the impasse, and possible future paths forward for their efforts to repeal and replace Barack Obama's landmark 2010 health care reform law. Lire la suite »

Trump Administration Argues US Civil Rights Law Does Not Protect Gay Employees


Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission . This is the second time in the past month they've filed legal briefs supporting the right of employers to fire LGBTQ people, and this time found them in the awkward position of going head-to-head against a different branch of Trump's federal government. Lire la suite »

Houston Woman Dies of Flesh-Eating Bacteria After Hurricane Harvey


County officials say Reed came in contact with the bacteria after falling in her home after the storm and cutting her arm, which became infected. Following hurricanes that have hit the United States and surrounding islands, the CDC released a fact sheet on hurricane safety, warning: "Be careful with floodwater - it can contain risky bacteria". Lire la suite »

Losing weight can make you rich


If the same person were to go from being obese to a healthy weight, an average savings of $28,020 in direct medical costs and productivity losses can occur. This increases the societal costs of obesity , which will also result in higher insurance premiums. "Productivity losses affect businesses, which in turn affects the economy, which then affects everyone". Lire la suite »

Shop Alicia Keys's Totally Sheer Pink Bra for a Good Cause


For McCartney and Keys, the cause is a very personal one. The set also benefits the Linda McCartney Center in Liverpool; McCartney's mother, Linda McCartney, died of breast cancer in 1998. She didn't meet my children, my children didn't meet her, and we really are here today to talk to you to raise awareness". "I don't think I've ever got to really share that story, so this is important to me". Lire la suite »

Turkish envoy meets Customs CG, says arms not from Turkey


Joseph Attah, said in a statement that the meeting dwelt on how to fashion out ways of dealing with the recurring cases of illegal arms importation from Turkey. "The Turkish Ambassador restated his country's support for Nigeria's security and well being, saying that Turkey would not support any unsafe shipment to Nigeria". Lire la suite »

ICICI Lombard reverses losses to gain 3% on listing day


The stock rose 4.85 per cent to end at Rs 681.55 on BSE. India's largest non-life insurer in the private sector, made a muted stock-exchange debut on Wednesday with its shares listing a slight discount to the initial public offering price before reversing the course and ending 3.1% higher. Lire la suite »

Increase in HIV diagnoses in people over 50 in Europe


It was found that the same affected over 54000 people above 50 years of age during this time, as compared to 312500 cases in people aged 15-49. "Being HIV positive and not knowing may endanger other people by transmitting the disease unknowingly", said Tavoschi, adding that some studies have also shown lower survivability among older people living with HIV. Lire la suite »

Bass Pro Shops and Cabela's are now one


Privately-owned Bass Pro Shops closed a almost $5 billion deal Tuesday to acquire one of the company's biggest rivals - Nebraska-based Cabela's. "We look forward to growing and celebrating conservation as we work to provide our combined customer base with enhanced product offerings, unique outdoor experiences and unrivaled services, ' said Johnny Morris, founder and CEO of Bass Pro Shops". Lire la suite »

Police capture Boko Haram suspect in Ondo


He is believed to be on serial number 156 on the wanted Boko Haram terrorist list. According to Sahara Reporters, the terrorist was apprehended at Isua Akoko in Ondo state by some local vigilante group on Tuesday, September 26. The Nigerian Army has confirmed the arrest of a wanted Boko Haram terrorist, Idris Babawo, in Ondo State. Femi Joseph, spokesman of the Ondo Police command confirmed the arrest to SaharaReporters in a phone chat. Lire la suite »

U.S. imposes sanctions on North Korean banks, executives

Late Monday (Sept. 25), Twitter's global public policy account tweeted a thread in response to users who had been asking the company why it didn't take down the North Korea tweet, particularly as fears grow that Trump's use of Twitter is making a tense situation with North Korea worse. Lire la suite »

Doctors remove hidden toy traffic cone from man's lung after 40 years


He also produced mucus, even after being treated for pneumonia . When doctors X-rayed the patient's lungs, they found a mass in his right lung that significantly reduced the organ's volume. "Long-standing cases of TFB aspiration during childhood presenting in an adult have rarely been reported". Four months after the removal of the tiny traffic cone, the patient's cough had nearly gone and his symptoms had improved markedly, the report said. Lire la suite »

Sédentarité : les femmes ne bougent plus assez


En 10 ans, la proportion de femmes physiquement actives a baissé de 16%, avec une diminution significative chez la population féminine de 40-54 ans (-22%). Selon l'Agence Santé publique France, cette inactivité serait due à un usage massif des écrans, comme les ordinateurs, les tablettes ou encore les smartphones. Lire la suite »

Texas Roadhouse to donate all September 27 profits to hurricane relief efforts


Janus Henderson Group PLC grew its stake in Texas Roadhouse by 332.4% in the 2nd quarter. The shares were sold at an average price of $48.21, for a total value of $596,695.17. BidaskClub upgraded shares of Texas Roadhouse from a "buy" rating to a "strong-buy" rating in a report on Saturday, June 10th. The transaction was disclosed in a legal filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is accessible through this hyperlink . Lire la suite »

Eagles sign RB Kenjon Barner


In his first two seasons with the Eagles, he scored four punt return touchdowns and led the National Football League in punt return yards each year. He also caught five passes, averaged 30.8 yards on nine kickoff returns, and had two punt returns. Lire la suite »

ICC's new playing rules to come into effect from Thursday


Players can be sent off in cricket for serious misconduct in new rules that come into effect on Thursday. As per the new run out rule if a batsman is running or diving towards the crease with forward momentum, and has grounded his/her bat behind the popping crease but subsequently has lost contact with the ground at the time of the wickets being put down, he or she will not be run out . Lire la suite »

Carmelo Anthony to Thunder trade: Fantasy fallout


For context, Hornacek's 48-win Phoenix team was fourth in three-point attempts, sixth in three-point makes, and eighth in three-point percentage. In a league where everyone is gearing up to beat one team, the Thunder might be most equipped to match up with the defending champs. Lire la suite »

DiCaprio & Scorsese Developing Teddy Roosevelt Biopic


Roosevelt served as the 26th US president from 1901 to 1909, taking office after president William McKinley was assassinated. Certainly the formation of a United States federal agency doesn't sound as exciting as an assassination attempt, but if anyone can make it work, it's DiCaprio and Scorsese. Lire la suite »

Pittsburgh Steelers Coach Speaks out After Anthem Controversy

On Monday, Villanueva said he regretted how Sunday's anthem played out . Cecil's board of supervisors had said the comment was troublesome. "I'm an advocate for those that simply want to do their jobs ". Trump doubled down on his attacks over the weekend, calling on team owners to fire or suspend players who protest, encouraging fans to boycott games, and claiming that National Football League attendance and ratings are "WAY DOWN". Lire la suite »

Arkansas National Guardsmen killed in plane crash identified


Brown was an UH-60 helicopter maintenance test pilot with the Bravo Company 2-285th Aviation Helicopter Assault Regiment, Camp Robinson, North Little Rock, Arkansas. Both service members were pronounced dead at the scene by the Ouachita County Coroner. The two service members were in off-duty status. While it was originally reported as a single fatality crash, investigators found a second victim after the fire from the plane was extinguished, Norwood said. Lire la suite »