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P leader gunned down in Hyderabad

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The MQM leader, a veterinary doctor, was returning home after dropping off his children at school when unidentified men opened fire on him as soon as he stepped out of his vehicle near his house on Hali Road. Local elected representations and leaders of the party also reached the hospital. The police reportedly launched a probe into the murder. Hassan, who is the leader of the opposition in the Sindh Assembly, had escaped unhurt. Lire la suite »

Walgreens to Stock Stores Nationwide With Narcan Nasal Spray

Walgreens will also adopt Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations by educating patients about Narcan when they are dispensed a controlled substance greater than 50 morphine milligram equivalents (MME) and may be at risk of accidental overdose. Lire la suite »

Half of British women, 20% of men sexually harassed at work

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More women than men were targeted by their senior manager or boss and one in 10 women said that the harassment they were suffering at work or university resulted in them leaving. "My experience of sexual harassment at university was kind of inescapable, you couldn't really get away from it", Price said in an interview with Sky News. Lire la suite »

Coonrod letter: National Football League protests

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A majority of Latino residents, 56%, agree. There has been little change on this question since a previous survey released a year ago. Trump also tweeted about the Las Vegas shooting 12 times, and about former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton eight times. Lire la suite »

BBC Complains to United Nations about Iran

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The broadcaster said 152 BBC Persian staff and their families were being subjected to a "sustained campaign of harassment and persecution" by Iranian officials, who were investigating allegations of "conspiracy against national security". The injunction against the transfer or registration of assets by Iranian citizens based overseas or by anyone on their behalf follows a pattern of intimidation, harassment, and arrests of BBC Persian Service staff and their family members. Lire la suite »

22-hr-long surgery of conjoined twins underway at AIIMS

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A team of about 30 specialists from the institute's neurosurgery, neuro-anaesthesia, and plastic surgery departments were performing the operation."The surgery began at 9 am on Wednesday and was expected to last over 22 hours", said a senior doctor from AIIMS. Lire la suite »

Jury reaches verdict in meningitis outbreak case

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Jurors have reached a verdict in the case of a MA pharmacist charged with murder in a 2012 meningitis outbreak that killed 76 people. Sixty-four patients in nine states died, making it the deadliest meningitis outbreak in U.S. He is scheduled to be sentenced on January 30. According to the statement from the US Attorney's Office, Chin manufactured the three lots of the contaminated MPA, which comprised more than 17,000 vials of medication. Lire la suite »

Traverser la rue en envoyant des SMS équivaut à une amende — Honolulu

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La loi stipule que les contrevenants seront condamnés à une amende allant de 15 à 35 dollars et, s'ils y récidivent, ils pourraient être condamnés à payer des contraventions pouvant aller jusqu'à 99 dollars. Mais la forte croissance de la mortalité liée à ce type d'accidents, a bondi l'année dernière, augmentant de plus de 10%, selon la sécurité routière américaine. Lire la suite »

GSK's new shingles vaccine gets CDC endorsement. Should you get it?

Glaxo studies also show it retains about 90 percent of its effectiveness for four years, and follow-up studies indicate it lasts years longer, according to Dr. The virus can resurface decades later, triggering painful sores on one side of the body. Shingles affects one in three Americans in their lifetime, and strikes an estimated 1 million Americans each year. Lire la suite »

Baby Foods Test Positive For Arsenic And Lead, Study Finds

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The group of researchers examined the highest selling baby formulas, snacks, and liquids available on the market using Nielsen Data . Mainstream brands including Gerber, Enfamil, Plum Organics and Sprout were among the worst offenders - scoring two out of five in the Clean Label Project's report card for toxic metals. Lire la suite »

A better way to wash pesticides off apples

The utilization of pesticides can enable increment to trim yield, however worries over their potential impacts on human wellbeing have been raised throughout the years. - EPA-affirmed business fade arrangement frequently utilized on create. After 12 and 15 minutes immersion in the baking powder solution respectively, 80% of the thiabendazole and 96% of the phosmet, was removed. Lire la suite »

Students raise money in breast cancer campaigns

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The same upper fro the 1996 Air Money silhouette is seen, rocking a striking and eye-catching dose of color. The group then released one balloon in memory of those who have lost the battle with breast cancer, they released one balloon in celebration of cancer survivors everywhere and then released the final 100 balloons to inspire, give hope and push forward those battling the disease now and those who will be diagnosed in the future as the ultimate goal and hope is for an end to this bad ... Lire la suite »

MPs launch inquiry into e-cigarettes

The House of Commons science and technology committee is calling for evidence into the devices, which are used by almost 3 million people in the UK. NY will become the 11th U.S. Now e-cigarettes are not available on prescription from the NHS, and draft guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) don't promote their use as a quitting tool. Lire la suite »

Forex - Canadian Dollar Falls on Dovish Bank of Canada

The central bank cited a laundry list of concerns and questions including a stronger Canadian dollar that is weighing on inflation and exports, the growing risks associated with renegotiation of the North American Free Trade Agreement and evidence of continued slack in the labor market despite recent strong economic growth. Lire la suite »

Du bœuf contaminé à la tuberculose serait vendu dans les supermarchés

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Mais cette viande n'est pas retirée de la chaîne alimentaire pour autant. Ce dernier aurait déclaré, "personne n'a attrapé la tuberculose en mangeant de la viande de bœuf". Cette viande serait même étiquetée "premier choix" car "la quasi-totalité des bovins exécutés pour cause de tuberculose sont des races à viande, proposées plus cher en rayon que la vulgaire vache de réforme", affirme l'hebdomadaire satirique. Lire la suite »

High Levels Of Vitamin D in Childhood Can Reduce Diabetes Risk

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The former is where the body's immune system destroys the insulin producing cells of the pancreas. Commenting on the findings of the study, the lead author Jill Norris said, "For several years there has been controversy among scientists about whether Vitamin D lowers the risk of developing of islet autoimmunity and Type 1 diabetes ". Lire la suite »

The common symptom of ovarian cancer people are mistaking as 'normal'

Meanwhile, four-fifths were unaware that abdominal pain could be caused by the condition. Yet no similar innovation has been made in ovarian cancer, which kills more women every year than any other gynaecological cancer. "This is not good enough", said Target Ovarian Cancer's Scientific Advisory Board chair Ruth Plummer. 11 women die every day from the disease, and for that reason it's important we're aware of the red flags that come with it. Lire la suite »

What Jeff Goldblum's Dr

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In the previous " Jurassic World " movies, Goldblum essayed the role of a mathematician, Malcolm, who came to the park as an insurance consultant and managed to survive all the deadly attacks. "He opened a jazz club, probably, and he's been playing every Wednesday in a place called Rockwell", Goldblum joked. He's easily the most popular character the Jurassic Park movies have produced thus far. Lire la suite »

WTTC's first city-level study shows fastest growing cities are in Asia

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Last year, the sector directly employed 164,000 people - twice as many as in 2006 and more than in sectors such as banking and manufacturing, said the WTTC. Shanghai has the largest tourism and travel GDP contribution in the world, at $30.2 billion. At US$20 billion, Tokyo is ranked sixth in the world. Shanghai and Beijing together account for 21% of China's travel and tourism economic impact, whereas Tokyo alone accounts for 18% of Japan's total. Lire la suite »

Robot-assisted surgery for kidney removal not always cost-effective

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Patients in the study underwent a procedure called a radical nephrectomy, in which one of their entire kidneys is removed as a treatment for kidney cancer, sometime between 2003 and 2015. However, robots took longer, with 47 percent of robotic operations taking more than four hours, compared with 26 percent of manual operations. The researchers speculated that the increased cost may be due to longer times spent in the operating room and the disposable instruments upon which surgical robots rely. Lire la suite »

Pistons, Henry Ford Health System break ground on $65 million

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According to a press release, the Henry Ford-Detroit Pistons Performance Center includes a new training facility and corporate headquarters for the Pistons ; a comprehensive sports medicine, treatment, and rehabilitation facility managed by the Henry Ford Health System; and public spaces available for community relations, networking, and team-hosted events. Lire la suite »

Blood-thinning drugs may cut dementia risk by upto 48%

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The team said the findings "strongly suggest" that blood-thinning pills protect against dementia in patients with the condition. It is not possible to give placebo to AF patients and then wait for dementia or stroke to occur'. Explain to your patients how these drugs work and why they should use them. To patients I would say "don't stop unless your doctor says so". And every year another 10 to 15 per cent stopped taking the treatments. Lire la suite »