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PDP is the only party in Nigeria - Atiku


He expressed satisfaction with Tuesday's judgment of the Court of Appeal sitting in Ado Ekiti, which nullified the judgment of a High Court that would have affected the smooth conduct of the December 9 national convention. Party sources said the former Vice President may attend the convention as an observer, pending the completion of his documentation with the party. He said the Eagle Square, where the event would hold, had been secured. Lire la suite »

Brazil recommends restrictions on Sanofi dengue vaccine


One such country, the Philippines , announced it would launch an investigation into the purchase of Sanofi's vaccine, and its Department of Health has put the vaccination program on hold . It was not known whether many people have taken the vaccine, if it was part of any government immunization program or if any illnesses or deaths linked to the drug have been reported to the government. Lire la suite »

Les enfants mangent-ils trop de viande — Alimentation


Selon l'organisation pour la défense de l'environnement, elles conduisent à des "apports en protéines démesurés en comparaison des recommandations édictées par l'Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire (ANSES)". "En ne prenant en compte que la portion de viande du plat principal et le produit laitier, les protéines contenues correspondent à plus de 200 % de l'ANC pour un enfant de 11 ans ", observe Greenpeace . Lire la suite »

Montana sues maker of OxyContin


President Donald Trump in October declared the problem a national public health emergency. The state of Montana is suing the U.S. marketer of OxyContin, following a multi-state investigation into the pharmaceutical company's marketing practices. Lire la suite »

Wike Releases 16 SUVs To Rivers' National Assembly Members


Three of the vehicles, Wike said, are for senators representing the state, while 13 are for members of the House of Representatives from the state. Members of the House of Representatives led by Mrs Betty Apiafi, Leader Rivers Caucus of the House of Representatives and Bari Mpigi, Deputy Leader, Rivers State House of Representatives caucus, took possession of their vehicles. Lire la suite »

Florida Man Arrested For Plotting Mass Shooting at Islamic Center


Jacksonville Sheriff Mike Williams said his office received a tip in late October that Bernandino Bolatete had expressed "strong anti-Islamic sentiment" and planned a mass shooting at the Islamic Center of Northeast Florida. Bolatete said he didn't want any paperwork associated with the silencer sale, WJAX reports. Bolatete told the officer he knew how to go up into the tower at the mosque in Jacksonville and that he had five rifles. Lire la suite »

Alabama vs Clemson Odds: point spread Sugar Bowl 2018, prediction


Clemson beat Alabama 35-31 in the CFP national championship game last season. The victor of the contest moves on to face the victor of the Rose Bowl, which has No. The Sugar Bowl is easily Alabama's most frequent destination through its storied history, with the Orange Bowl in Miami and the Cotton Bowl in Dallas next in line with eight visits to each. Lire la suite »

Chelsea legend Lampard admits real reason the club let him go


However, in spite of Lampard retiring from professional football and Fabregas moving to Chelsea, it appears that there is still some lingering resentment between the two. Likewise, there was an air of resignation about Chelsea manager Antonio Conte when he spoke to reporters after seeing his team come back from a goal down to beat Newcastle 3-1. Lire la suite »

Siemens (FRA:SIE) Given "Neutral" Rating at JP Morgan Chase & Co

Siemens (FRA: SIE ) has been assigned a €122.00 ($145.24) price objective by stock analysts at Commerzbank in a research note issued to investors on Friday, November 17th. One research analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, nine have assigned a hold rating and eleven have given a buy rating to the stock. The company now has an average rating of Hold and a consensus target price of €129.90 ($154.65). Lire la suite »

Mouth bacteria linked to esophageal cancer


But they add that the new study, which monitored healthy patients for as long as 10 years, is the first to identify which among almost 300 kinds of bacteria commonly found in the mouth are statistically linked to the risk of getting either of the two most common forms of the disease. Lire la suite »

Cease war in Yemen, says UN Secretary-General António Guterres


In addition, humanitarian workers can not travel and implement essential programs to save lives just when millions of Yemenis depend on that aid to survive, Guterres said. The war has caused significant shortages of critical supplies, especially food and fuel, and resulted in price hikes, curtailing access to food, safe water and healthcare. Lire la suite »

Mother dies from flu just one day after diagnosis


Her family says she hardly ever got sick except for maybe the common cold every now and then. Alani Murrieta, who is the mother of a 2-year-old and 6-month-old, left work on November 26th after not feeling well. "They were trying to resuscitate her, and they tried for several minutes and they told my sister there was nothing else they could do, that she was gone". Lire la suite »

First baby born in USA after uterus transplant


The hospital has not disclosed many details regarding the birth, including when the baby boy was born. Over a nine-day period in September of 2016, Baylor performed four uterine transplants. It takes a village to perform a uterus transplant: The Baylor medical team . The women selected for the study had to be healthy with working ovaries. Lire la suite »

50 killed in clashes in Yemen's Sanaa: Medical source

A Sana'a based activist Hussain Albukhaiti has told Aljazeera on Monday that Houthi rebels had gained control of the majority of the country's capital from Saleh's forces. Jamie McGoldrick, Yemen's Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator for the United Nations, warned that the death of Mr. Saleh would only lead to " more tragedy" in the country. Lire la suite »

Vidya Balan's Tumhari Sulu In Trouble, To Get A Notice From FDA?


FDA officials said a similar notice may be sent to actress Vidya Balan, for promoting the OTC cough syrup in advertisements through newspapers and electronic media channels. Soon after this, Dr. Tushar Jagtap, a medical activist wrote to FDA saying that the wide advertising campaign promotes self-medication. He stated: "As you are aware that, whenever a drug is prescribed by a qualified doctor he/she takes into account many factors regarding the safety, efficacy and need for that particular ... Lire la suite »

Première naissance à la suite d'une transplantation utérine aux Etats-Unis


C'est en 2014 que la première naissance suite à une greffe d'utérus a eu lieu, en Suède, à Göteborg. Ils donneront sans doute davantage de précisions sur cette prouesse médicale. Toutefois, une autre femme est enceinte après avoir reçu une greffe d'utérus. Comme le raconte Europe 1 , la gynécologue et transplantologue Liza Johannesson avait déjà effectué une greffe d'utérus en Suède . Lire la suite »

Jimmy Smith suspended four games for PED violation


Smith has played his entire seven-year career with the Ravens after being their first-round pick in 2011. The Baltimore Ravens have lost cornerback Jimmy Smith for the rest of the season with an Achilles injury that he suffered during the team's win on Sunday against the Detroit Lions . Lire la suite »

Health officials: Flu shot may only be 10% effective this season


In Australia, the number reached 215,280 reports by mid-October, exceeding the 59,022 cases reported during the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic. A year ago saw 231,354 doses of vaccine taken. A second goal of the observance week is to communicate to those who are at the highest risk of complications if they acquire the flu. Their findings are based on what made people sick in the southern hemisphere's most recent flu season. Lire la suite »