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DNAinfo, Gothamist Shut Down All Sites


Gothamist, meanwhile, was founded in 2003 and was sold to Ricketts earlier this year. The announcement, made in the form of a letter written by CEO Joe Ricketts , cited profitability concerns as the primary reason for the closure, but sounded optimistic tones about what the company had tried to do. Lire la suite »

Juno Therapeutics Cm (:JUNO) Sees Price Increase - Up $9.95

Analysts await Kellogg Company (NYSE:K) to report earnings on November, 7. A total of 11 equity analysts have released a research note on JUNO . zero equity analysts rating the company a strong buy, zero equity analysts rating the company a buy, zero equity analysts rating the company a hold, zero equity analysts rating the company a underperform, and finally zero equity analysts rating the company a sell with a one year target of $55.73. Lire la suite »

Virginia's rate of premature births is on the rise


Broken down by counties, St. Charles County had a 9.7 percent preterm birth rate for a grade of C, St. Louis County got a "D" with a 10.6 percent rate, while St. Among black women, the preterm birthrate was 49 percent higher than other women. Preterm birth is the leading cause of infant death in the United States, the organization says. Lire la suite »

Markets close flat; new intra-day highs for Sensex, Nifty50

The S&P BSE Midcap index was trading 56 points up at 16,702 around 12:35 pm (IST), while BSE Sensex was 41 points down at 33,559. Similarly, the broader 50-issue NSE Nifty breached the 10,450-mark for the first time to hit a new intra-day peak at 10,451.65, bettering its record of 10,384.50 hit on October 30. Lire la suite »

Men with bent penises at higher risk of cancer, says study


Scientists have discovered that men with bends in their penis could be at a higher risk of developing cancer. Patients with the condition, also known as penile fibrosis, were found to be 40 per cent more likely to get testicular cancer, a 20 per cent increased risk of melanoma and 40 per cent risk of stomach cancer. Lire la suite »

Bells for Hospice recognizes patients and families of hospice care


It will explore creative approaches to designing and delivering palliative and end of life care, with a focus on non-malignant conditions, and will consider the role of hospices both now and in the future. It's never too early to learn about the services hospice can provide; it's never too late to volunteer. Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital, U.P. Health Systems Home Care and Hospice and OSF Home Care and Hospice also held ceremonies today. Lire la suite »

SC says Kejriwal govt needs LG's consent to govern Delhi


One lakh posts are vacant in Delhi, but the problem is that the Kejriwal government had to take instructions from the Lieutenant Governor to fill these vacancies, Mr Subramanium submitted. AAP's counsel, senior lawyer Gopal Subramaniam argued that since the Delhi state government was elected by people, it can not continue to function without adequate power. Lire la suite »

Perspectives de croissance prometteuses en Afrique Subsaharienne — FMI


C'est le cas dans les pays qui s'ajustent à la chute des prix des produits de base, ainsi que dans beaucoup de pays qui connaissent une croissance rapide. " Maintenant, le prochain pas c'est de s'assurer que le secteur privé prenne le relais parce que c'est ce secteur finalement qui crée une croissance soutenue et bien repartie ", ajoute-t-il. Lire la suite »

Thionville. La voyante lui prédit sa mort, elle porte plainte


Les faits remontent au 6 juillet dernier. " Un peu par hasard ", elle décide de demander à une voyante trouvée sur Facebook de lui lire son avenir. L'entretien téléphonique, qui a coûté 30 euros à Magalie, a vite tourné au cauchemar. Réponse: "Il faut savoir que tous les cardiologues ne sont pas réellement compétents ". A la suite de sa dernière discussion avec la voyante, Magalie a commencé à se sentir mal et a été hospitalisée à cause de troubles digestifs . Lire la suite »

Teen mothers could have increased risk for heart disease


For the study, detailed in the Journal of the American Heart Association , the team examined 1,047 women between the ages of 65 and 74 and were from Canada, Albania, Colombia and Brazil. According to the World Health Organization (WHO ), 11 per cent of all children worldwide are born to teens ages 15 to 19, and one million girls under 15 give birth every year, most of whom are in low- and middle-income countries. Lire la suite »

Joe Gomez, Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Tammy Abraham get England call-ups


They will join Harry Winks who will keep his place while Jack Wilshere has missed out. He played in both games against Real Madrid including last night's victory at Wembley. Tammy Abraham has impressed on loan at Swansea so far this season, with the Chelsea forward scoring four times in 10 Premier League appearances. Gomez, meanwhile, has rebounded well since returning from a 15-month layoff with an ACL injury in January, starting seven times for Liverpool in the Premier League this season. Lire la suite »

Hundreds of Recruits Get Sick at Marine Boot Camp


The first cases of diarrheal illnesses were reported last Wednesday, but base officials say they spiked Tuesday. Signs and symptom of E. coli 0157 infection or STEC include severe abdominal cramps and loose and bloody diarrhea. Gen. William Jurney, the commander of both the depot and the Corps' Western Recruiting Region, in a written statement. There are about 5,500 recruits in the 13-week basic training at the depot. Lire la suite »

MI to Allow Some Medical Marijuana Shops to Stay Open


After acquiring hundreds of protestations from medical marijuana card holders that they would be wanting for commodity they require for their health for a prolonged period of time the state Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs back pedaled itself and manifested to let dispensaries remain open during the licensing process. Lire la suite »

Health Center offers flu shots for LU campus

The influenza vaccine is available to anyone who is six months and older. Gray said that receiving a flu shot at the beginning of the season not only protects the person receiving the shot, but also protect others from the flu. Flu outbreaks are possible as early as October, but influenza usually peaks between December and February. "The more people protected, the less chance of spreading the disease", she said. Lire la suite »

Tyronn Lue makes LeBron James demand after poor Cleveland Cavaliers form


The Pacers are scoring 109.71 points per contest on average (5th in the NBA ), while they are allowing 107.86 points in return (20th in the NBA ). LeBron remains the best player in the league - averaging 25.9 points, 8.9 assists, 7.0 rebounds and shooting 59.4 percent from the field through eight games - but there are a bunch of pieces on the aging club that don't exactly fit. Lire la suite »

Company gives non-smokers additional days off to counter smoke breaks


Non-smoking employees at one Japanese firm are getting 6 additional days' holiday to compensate for the time their colleagues spend puffing away at work. As of this writing, four of his employees had already quit smoking and 30 out of its 120 employees have already taken advantage of the perk. "I hope to encourage employees to quit smoking through incentives rather than penalties or coercion", Asuka told the Japan Times . Lire la suite »

Ashish Nehra's footy skills impresses Virat Kohli


Nehra in his final post-match presentation said, "I will miss all this". You don't have to run anymore and train for your next game. Like I said earlier, one thing that will be in peace is my body. Every 8-10 years game changes and I don't like to compare generations. "In 2009, MS Dhoni and Gary Kirsten pushed me to play Test cricket but I maintained that let me play 2011 World Cup and then I will decide". Lire la suite »

Goa safest for women, Delhi near the bottom


The index scores are on a scale of zero to one. The GVI has analysed the situation of girls and women in the country on the four dimensions and developed a multidimensional composite index with over 170 indicators. Also, the tourist destination was ranked first in the protection of its people, fifth in the education sector, sixth in health, and eighth in poverty. Lire la suite »

Nova Measuring Instruments Ltd. (NVMI) Issues Quarterly Earnings Results


For the current quarter ending in December, Nova Measuring Instruments expects its per-share earnings to range from 34 cents to 42 cents. Stifel Nicolaus reaffirmed a buy rating and issued a $29.00 price target (up previously from $28.00) on shares of Nova Measuring Instruments in a research report on Thursday, August 3rd. Lire la suite »

Several victims of NYC truck attack identified


The Argentine foreign ministry has identified its citizens killed in the bike path attack near the World Trade Center . The attack left eight people dead. A sixth Argentine, Martin Ludovico Marro, was injured and recovering in the hospital, the foreign minister said. The government gave its condolences and said that all Argentines are sharing in this bad moment of profound sadness. Lire la suite »

Health Ministry goes pink for Breast Cancer Awareness


Jan Schwenger, owner of Express Employment Professionals of Tacoma W.A. shared her reasoning behind acknowledging Pink Friday. According to the American Cancer Society, Louisiana has one of the highest cancer mortality rates in the nation. In an effort to inform and encourage early detection to staff and job seekers Express Employment Professionals appreciated the opportunity to hold this event for their local community. Lire la suite »

$0.33 EPS Expected for Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc. (HST) This Quarter

Host Hotels & Resorts Inc (NYSE: HST ) is now trading at a trailing P/E of 24x, which is lower than the industry average of 33.2x. Equities research analysts expect that Host Hotels & Resorts Inc. (NYSE: HST ) received a Buy rating from 2 analysts. Host Hotels and Resorts Inc (NYSE: HST ) has risen 23.72% since November 1, 2016 and is uptrending. Lire la suite »

Violence Against Children Pervasive in Homes & Schools


Nine out of 10 children under the age of five live in countries where corporal punishment is not fully prohibited at home, while three quarters of the world's two-to-four-year-old children, around 300 million of them, experience psychological aggression or physical punishment by their care givers at home in the guise of discipline. Lire la suite »

Too much black liquorice could land you in hospital, FDA warns

The FDA is warning people not to binge eat black Black licorice this Halloween because it contains a sweetening compound called glycyrrhizin, which can cause a drop in potassium levels. It's reversible, though; potassium levels return to normal after you stop eating too much of it. Lastly, the FDA encouraged "moderation", recommending that "large amounts" of licorice shouldn't be consumed in one sitting. Lire la suite »