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School 'failed' pupil who died after allergic reaction in detention, mother says


The 14-year-old became unwell while in detention in November last year but staff did not use his EpiPen, which might have saved his life, an inquest was told. Year Nine pupil Nasar had asthma, severe eczema and a host of allergies, including to milk, fish, nuts, wheat, some meats, apples and oranges. The safety of all of our students is, of course, our overriding concern and following Nasar's death we rigorously reviewed all of our safety procedures. Lire la suite »

Hepatitis C nearly triples in U.S. in 5 years: Research


The number of new hepatitis C virus (HCV) infections reported to CDC has nearly tripled over 5 years, reaching the highest number in 15 years, preliminary surveillance data show. Additionally, the agency estimates that somewhere between 850,000 and 2.2 million people are living in the US without knowing they are infected with the hepatitis virus. Lire la suite »

Police identify slain Arkansas sheriff's deputy

She has since been taken in for questioning. James Bowden, 42, of Dardanelle will appear in court at the circuit courthouse in Dardanelle on May 25, Conway County jail administrator Shane West said. Around 7 a.m., the deputy initiated a traffic stop at the junction of State Highway 27 and Slo Fork Road. Bowden was arrested Thursday afternoon in Yell County in the fatal shooting of Lt. Lire la suite »

United Kingdom hospitals report tech problems in possible cyberattack

Most of the affected hospitals were in England, but several facilities in Scotland also reported being hit. There have been more than 45,000 attacks worldwide, mostly in Russian Federation, the Securelist cyber security website reported. Telefonica said in a statement only that the attack has "affected the PCs of some employees of the company's internal corporate network". It said the attacks were carried out with a version of WannaCry ransomware that encrypted files and prompted a demand ... Lire la suite »

2 new initiatives for US veterans' care coming to Colorado


Two civilian initiatives are coming to Colorado to help veterans and their families with traumatic brain injuries, post-traumatic stress and other problems. Army Staff Sergeant Spencer Milo, has been named director of veteran programs at the MIBH. A veteran who had suffered from a brain injury himself, Milo is brinikng aspects of his recovery program at the National Intrepid Center of Excellence at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to the Marcus Institute. Lire la suite »

What parents need to know about children's mental health


To commemorate this, Healio/Psychiatry collected the most popular research articles on children's mental health in 2017. "Stress can cause both illness and physical and emotional exhaustion. Also check out yoga nights available at the Village Playhouse. We already know the price of doing nothing: more needless loss of life to suicide and accidental overdose. Lire la suite »

British hospitals hit by 'ransomeware' cyber attack

Also on Friday, Spain's government said a large number of companies, including telecommunications giant Telefonica, had been attacked by cyber criminals who infected computers with ransomware. Britain's opposition Labour Party said the attack on English hospitals showed the need to place cyber security at the heart of government policy. Mrs May said: "We are aware that a number of NHS organisations have reported that they have suffered from a ransomware attack". Lire la suite »

Mormon church to pull thousands of teens from Boy Scouts of America

An FAQ on the Mormon press centre website included the question: "Is this due to changes in Scout policy in the past few years to allow gay and transgender Scouts and leaders?" Veenker's husband is an Eagle Scout. But for the kids who are 8 years old now, will they want to be Eagle Scouts in the future? Boy Scouts is only available in the USA and Canada and more than half of the religion's almost 16 million members live in other countries. Lire la suite »

Ireland draw World Cup inspiration


World Cup victor Habana does not expect World Rugby's extended five-year residency rule to keep top prospects in South Africa - because of the country's unique political tribulations. Pool B - New Zealand, South Africa, Italy, Africa 1, repechage victor. "You've got to be targeting, have a plan and target the team you put on the paddock plays the absolute best in every game, because that creates what we love to call momentum". Lire la suite »

'Biggest ransomware outbreak in history' hits almost 100 countries

Pictures posted on social media showed screens of NHS computers with images demanding payment of US$300 (275 euros) in Bitcoin, saying: "Ooops, your files have been encrypted!" The Shadow Brokers group, which is suspected of having ties to Russian Federation, posted Windows hacking tools last month . Lire la suite »

After S. Korean Leader Eyes North Trip, Trump Offers US Invite

The government has thus chosen to closely watch Moon's actions in the field of bilateral relations, for the time being. At the same time, however, a senior North Korean Foreign Ministry official flew to Oslo, Norway, this week to meet with former USA officials and scholars in what is known as "track 2" talks on a range of nuclear, security and bilateral issues. Lire la suite »

Immigrant vows to fight for another in hiding


Bennet filed bills to help her and Arturo Hernandez remain in the United States under a process that U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement recently announced would be scaled back. In a May 5 letter to lawmakers, ICE acting director Thomas Homan said the agency will now only consider holding off deporting immigrants with legislation pending on their behalf for up to six months with the possibility of one 90-day extension. Lire la suite »

Pune: Air India flight overshoots runway


Directorate General of Civil Aviation chief B S Bhullar and his head of safety could not be reached for a comment. "The investigation will shed light on it" said a source. The runway which had to be closed soon after the incident was reopened after the plane was moved away. The flight was unable to stop at the point from where it had to turn for the taxi way. Lire la suite »

US, EU in urgent discussions on pitch to expand laptop ban

Back in March, the United States government enacted a new policy that prohibited tablets and laptops from being carried in cabin baggage on flights to the United States from eight countries. The news comes from officials of the USA government. There's also the question: Would more lithium ion batteries are in the cargo hold mean more fire risk. Lire la suite »

Macron wins French presidency, promises more lawmakers new to politics

Hollande, who launched Macron's political career by appointing him as an advisor before appointing him to the cabinet, greeted him warmly before they laid a wreath together under the Arc de Triomphe. Soon after the election defeat, Le Pen's niece Marion Marechal-Le Pen, popular in the party and one of only four FN lawmakers, said her aunt's change of course had come too late and failed to convince voters. Lire la suite »

NHS Trust hit by cyberattack

The Prime Minister said the ransomware hit was "not targeted" at the health service but was part of a wider assault on organisations across a number of countries. "NHS Digital is working closely with the National Cyber Security Centre, the Department of Health and NHS England to support affected organisations and ensure patient safety is protected". Lire la suite »

Human sense of smell as good as that of dogs


Through his look at smells, McGann says he hopes to elevate people's understanding of the importance a smell -a sense that gets little respect, and even less attention. Dogs have a "pump" in their noses that's created to take in chemicals in liquid form (say, on the side of a fire hydrant) for identification, he said. Lire la suite »

Mom's viral photos show how it feels to live with postpartum depression


Showing the reality of motherhood - including the not-so-pleasant bits - is important. I know how unbelievably hard it is to reach out, but I promise you it is worth it. I knew I had it but didn't tell anyone. She imagined every possible scenario in which her daughter might get injured - from accidentally losing control of a vehicle she was driving to tripping down the house stairs while carrying her. Lire la suite »

Taiwan not invited to WHO assembly, but negotiations go on


However, Dr. Tim Armstrong, who heads the department of governing bodies at the United Nations agency, said "negotiations are still going on" to possibly allow Taiwan to attend as an observer at the World Health Assembly starting May 22. To read this article in one of Houston's most-spoken languages, click on the button below. Officials in Beijing have said repeatedly over the last week that no Taiwanese observer delegation will be allowed to attend the WHA this year. Lire la suite »

Lyon : nouvelle enquête disciplinaire de l'UEFA


L'Olympique lyonnais fait ce vendredi, au lendemain d'OL-Ajax, l'objet d'une nouvelle procédure disciplinaire pour notamment fumigènes, jets d'objets et envahissement de terrain. L'UEFA avait décidé d'interdire le club de coupe d'Europe au prochain incident. On verra bien ce qu'il va se passer, a confié Nabil Fekir avant d'évoquer plus directement son avenir personnel. Lire la suite »