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Medical United States sanctions force bosses at Aughinish owner to quit
Author: 0 United States sanctions force bosses at Aughinish owner to quit

The decision enters force on May 25. His departure follows those of the company's CEO and seven other directors, which were announced Thursday. "Oleg Deripaska, non-executive director of the Company, has tendered his resignation as a director of the Company with effect from 25 May 2018", the company's statement said.

Medical Trump barred from blocking Twitter users by judge
Author: 0 Trump barred from blocking Twitter users by judge

The ruling represents a win for the Knight First Amendment Institute, which sued the president a year ago on behalf of several USA residents who were blocked by Trump's account . The Justice Department said in an emailed statement that it would fight the ruling. Katie Fallow, a senior staff attorney at the Knight Institute who led oral arguments in the case, said the court's application of the First Amendment to the president's habit of blocking users on Twitter "should ...

Medical Battlefield V will be released on 19th October
Author: 0 Battlefield V will be released on 19th October

As suspected , the setting for Battlefield V will be World War 2, but instead of focusing on the most famous battles from that conflict - Normandy, Berlin, Dunkirk - developer DICE is seeking to focus on the untold stories set in the unexplored corners.

Medical Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine Ceases Trading After 50 Years
Author: 0 Andy Warhol's Interview Magazine Ceases Trading After 50 Years

The news of the closure was broken to the public by staff members who took to social media in light of the news, offering their email addresses for freelance services. In 1977, riffing on his famous dictum that in the future everyone in America would be famous for 15 minutes, Warhol told the late writer and editor Glenn O'Brien that when he was drunk, "I tell everyone they can be on the cover of Interview ".

Medical Ryanair annual profits soar 10% despite €50m pilot rota blunder
Author: 0 Ryanair annual profits soar 10% despite €50m pilot rota blunder

While the prospect of 380,000 dwellings coming up for sale might be music to some ears, they pointed out that it would also mean a big reduction in available private rentals. But it said it still expected to "grow traffic by seven percent to €139 million". At 0755 GMT, Ryanair shares, down 22 percent from an all-time high nine months ago before the first cancellations were announced but up 9 percent from mid-December, were up 1.5 percent at 15.73 euros, having reversed earlier losses.

Medical Trump to demand probe into FBI's use of informant
Author: 0 Trump to demand probe into FBI's use of informant

In a separate development, Rudolph Giuliani, Mr Trump's lawyer, said Robert Mueller, the special counsel now leading the investigation, wanted to end the part looking into obstruction of justice by September 1. If the president is serious, however, it could constitute an unprecedented attempt to influence a justice department investigatory process that has been insulated from presidential meddling since the Watergate scandal of the Nixon administration.

Medical US FDA approves new drug for prevention of migraines
Author: 0 US FDA approves new drug for prevention of migraines

On Thursday, the US regulators approved the use of first drug, Aimovig, which has been designed as a preventive treatment for chronic migraines in people. Specifically, during the 12-week period after the first dose, monthly migraine days were significantly reduced to 4.6 days for monthly (p 0.001) and 4.9 days for quarterly (p 0.001) dosing compared with 5.9 days for placebo, according to the company's release .

Medical Bill Gates has some scary anecdotes about Donald Trump
Author: 0 Bill Gates has some scary anecdotes about Donald Trump

While speaking at an event at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the tech guru and billionaire philanthropist said that the United States president inquired about the difference between HIV and HPV on two separate occasions. AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome) is the name used to describe a number of potentially life-threatening infections and illnesses that happen when your immune system has been severely damaged by the HIV virus.

Medical Nigeria's Population To Rise 189 million Between 2018 And 2050
Author: 0 Nigeria's Population To Rise 189 million Between 2018 And 2050

The general migration from rural to urban areas, combined with overall population growth, will lead to the planet having 43 megacities by 2030, each home to more than 10 million people. "By 2020, Tokyo's population is projected to begin to decline, while Delhi is projected to continue growing and to become the most populous city in the world around 2028", the report said.

Medical First non-opioid treatment for withdrawals gets FDA approval
Author: 0 First non-opioid treatment for withdrawals gets FDA approval

The FDA said its decision to approve the drug was supported by data gathered from two clinical studies involving 866 clinically opioid-dependent adults, following abrupt discontinuation of use. Plus, patients who got Lucemyra were more likely to complete the course of treatment, which can only last for up to 14 days. The studies evaluated benefit using the Short Opiate Withdrawal Scale of Gossop (SOWS-Gossop), which is a patient-reported outcome instrument that assesses opioid withdrawal ...

Medical Exercise does not prevent or delay onset of dementia
Author: 0 Exercise does not prevent or delay onset of dementia

For the latest study, researchers took 494 people in England who had been diagnosed with dementia, and assigned 329 of them to an exercise programme. We used a very specialized exercise program. The main (primary) outcome was an Alzheimer's disease assessment score (ADAS-cog) at 12 months. Secondary outcomes included activities of daily living, number of falls, and quality of life.

Medical The Windsors: Royal Wedding Special; The Split
Author: 0 The Windsors: Royal Wedding Special; The Split

The report adds that the surgeons will clear the blockage in Markle's heart, fix damage and put in a stent. Jeremy Corbyn will not watch the royal wedding live as he is speaking at an economics conference, a spokesman has said. United States actress Markle, 36, grew up in Los Angeles and remains close with her parents, who divorced three decades ago. Kensington Palace revealed Wednesday the bridesmaids will be Princess Charlotte , 3, the daughter of Prince William and Kate Middleton ...

Medical Ebola Vaccine Land DR. Congo
Author: 0 Ebola Vaccine Land DR. Congo

Last year, eight people were infected and four people died after an outbreak of the disease, according to the Centres for Disease Control. Health workers have recorded confirmed, probable and suspected cases of Ebola in three health zones of Congo's Equateur province, and have identified 432 people who may have had contact with the disease, the WHO said.

Medical Romaine lettuce finally in the clear — CDC
Author: 0 Romaine lettuce finally in the clear — CDC

The CDC website for the outbreak recommended that consumers not "eat or buy romaine lettuce unless [they] can confirm it is not from the Yuma growing region". While most strains of the bacteria E. coli are harmless, others can cause serious illness. The CDC said that consumers should speak with their doctor if they have symptoms of an E.

Medical Petrol, diesel prices touch new high in two days
Author: 0 Petrol, diesel prices touch new high in two days

Prices rose for a second day in a row after Indian Oil Corp (IOC) resumed the dynamic pricing system on Monday after a 19-day halt. The politically risk-free hike not only raised questions about the so-called policy to deregulate energy prices but was also criticised by the Opposition as the worst form of trickery on the people.

Medical Flooding from Montana River Receding, But is Expected to Rise Again
Author: 0 Flooding from Montana River Receding, But is Expected to Rise Again

After storms earlier in the week, heavy rain forecasted for the region on Wednesday afternoon poses a risk of isolated flooding. Portions of the paintball field downstream of the bridge begin to flood and athletic fields in Woodrow Wilson Park on Mount Vernon Road begin to flood due to water backing up in ditches.

Medical Tick tock: Study links body clock to mood disorders
Author: 0 Tick tock: Study links body clock to mood disorders

Several media reports included comments by one of the researchers, with the Mail Online advising: "Turn your phone off after 10pm to stay happy". Meanwhile, the findings of the study remained consistent even when controlling factors such as age, gender, education, lifestyle, and body mass index.

Medical Confirmed Cases Of Ebola Rise To 42 In Congo -Ministry
Author: 0 Confirmed Cases Of Ebola Rise To 42 In Congo -Ministry

It also urged the Minister of Interior, Lt. -Gen. The World Health Organization has been authorised by officials in the Democratic Republic of Congo to use an experimental Ebola vaccine in the country as the virus spreads in the central African nation.

Medical More workers ask for mental health help
Author: 0 More workers ask for mental health help

All of us live increasingly busy lives in and it is all too easy to feel overwhelmed by our many responsibilities whether it's work commitments, financial worries, difficulties in relationships or the pressures of social media and information overload.

Medical Voters hand GOP gubernatorial nomination to Scott Wagner
Author: 0 Voters hand GOP gubernatorial nomination to Scott Wagner

Governor Wolf grew up in an affluent family". Scott Wagner for governor. In fact, as Wagner made clear in his acceptance speech, taxes-particularly property taxes that go toward schools-promise to be one of the key issues in the race. Wagner is brash - "I am going to be the next governor, take that to the bank", he said a year ago - and has a penchant for off-the-cuff speaking that makes him a magnet for controversy.

Medical Barca, Madrid in Super Club World Cup
Author: 0 Barca, Madrid in Super Club World Cup

That would see the likes of Real Madrid , AC Milan , Bayern Munich and Barcelona all potentially involved too. The news comes via a report in the Times , which details how the competition would replace the current annual "Club World Cup" and also see the Confederations Cup being scrapped.

Medical Christian Kirk arrested for drunken behavior following golf tournament in Phoenix
Author: 0 Christian Kirk arrested for drunken behavior following golf tournament in Phoenix

Perhaps the objective of that pre-draft visit was to learn more about the Texas A&M product's character after he was arrested back in early February, months before the draft, for disorderly conduct and property damage. After the draft, Arizona said it knew about a hazy arrest. "We don't want a bunch of choir boys, I'm not saying that", Wilks said recently. Kirk has no previous records of trouble in high school or college.

Medical World Health Organization urges ban on industrial trans-fats by 2023
Author: 0 World Health Organization urges ban on industrial trans-fats by 2023

Industrially produced trans fats are contained in hardened vegetable fats, such as margarine and ghee, and have for decades been present in snack foods, baked foods and fried foods. REPLACE urges countries to assess and monitor trans fats consumption, establish laws to stamp out trans fats and raises awareness of their risk. Many dairy and meat products contain trans fats that have also been linked to heart disease.

Medical Korea rhetoric change due to Kim's
Author: 0 Korea rhetoric change due to Kim's "good faith": White House

Later in the day, they were said to have visited the Zhongguancun High-tech Zone, known as China's Silicon Valley, and a region that North Korean leader Kim Jong-un visited in March. Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said that his country is honoured to host the historic meeting between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un, while Ren Yuanzhe told Sputnik that it's a great chance for the small nation to play a big role: "Of course, Singapore can not miss such a unique opportunity to ...

Medical Paolo Guerrero suspension upheld and extended
Author: 0 Paolo Guerrero suspension upheld and extended

Guerrero, who plays as a striker for Brazilian side Flamengo , was initially banned for one year after traces of the banned drug were found in a sample following a World Cup qualifier against Argentina on October 5 last year. The court has since announced that their judging panel "also accepted that he did not attempt to enhance his performance by ingesting the prohibited substance".

Medical Nigeria unveils 30-man provisional list for FIFA World Cup
Author: 0 Nigeria unveils 30-man provisional list for FIFA World Cup

Okala said that he personally saw the provisional list as a good list "with lots of hope in it". "He (Rohr) is in charge and I know he always do the best for the country". The Midfielders include Mikel Obi (Captain), Joel Obi, Ogenyi Onazi, Mikel Agu, Etebo Oghenekaro, John Ogu, Uche Ago and Wilfred Ndidi. The attackers are Ahmed Musa (CSKA Moscow, Russia); Kelechi Iheanacho (Leicester City, England); Moses Simon (KAA Gent, Belgium); Victor Moses (Chelsea FC, England); Odion Ighalo ...

Medical STDs Hit Record High in California
Author: 0 STDs Hit Record High in California

As many as 218,710 cases of chlamydia were recorded, marking the highest rate since 1990. If left untreated, chlamydia and gonorrhea can cause pelvic inflammatory disease and lead to infertility, ectopic pregnancy, and chronic pelvic pain , according to the CDPH.

Medical Ireland keeper sent off in U17 Euros shootout
Author: 0 Ireland keeper sent off in U17 Euros shootout

Corcoran thought he had saved Holland's final spot kick to take the match to sudden-death, but referee Zbynek Proske deemed that he had come too far off his line and ordered the penalty to be retaken. Irish officials also remonstrated with the referee and senior team boss Martin O'Neill marched on to the pitch to take issue with the decision. After forcing penalties with the Netherlands, Ireland had keeper Jimmy Corcoran sent off after making what appeared to be a crucial save to keep ...

Medical Scientists have carried out a transplant of memory between the living beings
Author: 0 Scientists have carried out a transplant of memory between the living beings

A team of biologists successfully made their way in transplanting the memories in a snail by transferring a genetic information form known as RNA from one snail to the other. Professor David Glanzman , renowned author from the University of California, Los Angeles says that the result was as though they had transferred the memory itself from one snail to the other.

Medical Jamestown School Budget Vote, Board Election is Tuesday
Author: 0 Jamestown School Budget Vote, Board Election is Tuesday

Without voter input, the Board of Education becomes little more than a rubber stamp for state mandates. In Sagaponack, two candidates, Diana Payne and Lauren Thayer, will be vying for one seat on the School Board . The cuts are phased in over three years. He declined to say when the incident happened, whether it involved a student or whether the school district was aware of the issue prior to the federal investigation since the details could reveal private student information.

Medical Why scientists are close to finding a cure for the common cold
Author: 0 Why scientists are close to finding a cure for the common cold

Early studies in the lab are promising but it still needs to be tested in animal and human studies before it could hit the market. The virus takes over NMT and constructs a protein shell (capsid) to protect the virus genome. This means it is very hard to pin down a drug that works against the virus. The molecule targets a human protein and not the virus itself, making emergence of resistant viruses highly unlikely.

Medical Liverpool consider summer move for Wilfried Zaha
Author: 0 Liverpool consider summer move for Wilfried Zaha

And they should have gone ahead when Zaha led a counter-attack to the edge of the area and laid a pass into the path of Andros Townsend , who slipped as he pulled the trigger and failed to even test Foster in a one-on-one. It's unusual that amongst our joy and celebration we've got to accept that we're going to see the pain of relegation etched on their faces. West Brom will be without midfielders James Morrison and Gareth Barry for Sunday's game due to injury, while Palace are missing ...

Medical Countries urged to wipe out killer trans fats from foods
Author: 0 Countries urged to wipe out killer trans fats from foods

The initiative, dubbed REPLACE , is aimed at saving the more than 500,000 lives a year that the Geneva, Switzerland-based World Health Organization estimates are lost to cardiovascular disease caused by Partially Hydrogenated Oils (PHOs), the primary dietary source of artificial trans fat in processed foods.

Medical 19 dead, 39 infected so far in Congo Ebola outbreak
Author: 0 19 dead, 39 infected so far in Congo Ebola outbreak

World Health Organization says the outbreak in Bikoro is the ninth outbreak of Ebola in the DRC since it first emerged in 1976. There have since been sporadic outbreaks that have been contained including eight in Congo since 1976. A cordon ribbon is seen around the isolation ward at Bikoro hospital in the Democratic Republic of Congo. "The anxiety expressed by the health minister was enough for every right-thinking Nigerian to cancel all engagements with citizens of that country until the ...

Medical More people sickened by egg recall
Author: 0 More people sickened by egg recall

The Indianapolis Star reported the egg recall is one of the largest to occur since 2010, when 500 million eggs were recalled from an Iowa producer amid almost 2,000 reported illnesses linked to salmonella . The sick people live in Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia. The eggs were sold under the following brand names: Country Daybreak, Crystal Farms, Coburn Farms, Sunshine Farms, Glenview, Great Value, as well as Food Lion ...

Medical Recruitment Day for Mental Health Nurses
Author: 0 Recruitment Day for Mental Health Nurses

Co-ordinated in the United Kingdom by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN), events will be held across the country, including in Lincolnshire where the four Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCG) - East, South, South West, and West - are supporting plans to celebrate nurses.

Medical Michael Carrick a thing of Manchester United beauty to the end
Author: 0 Michael Carrick a thing of Manchester United beauty to the end

Like a quarter back in American football picking out his man, Carrick's ball forward to Juan Mata beat a line of Watford players. Jose Mourinho has made several changes from the team that drew at West Ham in midweek with Michael Carrick captaining the side for the last time before his retirement.

Medical Thunderstorm hits Delhi: 40 flights diverted, Metro services affected
Author: 0 Thunderstorm hits Delhi: 40 flights diverted, Metro services affected

The India Meteorological Department said the stormy conditions were subsiding in northern India. Four persons died in Etawah, three in Mathura and one each in Agra, Aligarh, Kanpur and Firozabad. The DMRC also said service between Inderprashtha and Karol Bagh (on the Blue line) were not available from 5.15 pm due to a tree falling on the overhead electricity (OHE) wires of the up section of the line (towards Dwarka) between Rajiv Chowk and RK Ashram.

Medical Myanmar insurgents attack casino and security forces near Chinese border
Author: 0 Myanmar insurgents attack casino and security forces near Chinese border

China's embassy in Myanmar said in a statement that the conflict had sent stray bullets into China, along with an unidentified number of people seeking refuge. Muse in Shan state is situated at a crossing between Myanmar and China's Yunnan province, a major source of trade between the two countries. Aye Myint, a police officer in Muse, said the death toll was 19, and that Ta'ang National Liberation Army fighters used small arms as well as mortars.

Medical More illnesses confirmed in Rose Acre Farms Salmonella recall
Author: 0 More illnesses confirmed in Rose Acre Farms Salmonella recall

Recalled eggs were sold in grocery stores and to restaurants under multiple brand names, including Coburn Farms, Country Daybreak, Crystal Farms, Food Lion, Glenview, Great Value, Nelms, Publix, Sunshine Farms, and Sunups. It can cause diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps in sickened individuals; for older adults, infants and people with weakened immune systems, salmonella can cause more serious, even life-threatening, complications.

Medical Iran foreign minister sets off on tour to save nuclear deal
Author: 0 Iran foreign minister sets off on tour to save nuclear deal

Iran has claimed its nuclear program is for civilian purposes and denies supporting extremists in the region. France has come down heavily on the decision, with French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire saying that Europe can not afford to follow the whims of the United States when it comes to protecting its economic and diplomatic interests, according to BBC .

Medical Man who saved 2.4 million babies by donating blood 'retires'
Author: 0 Man who saved 2.4 million babies by donating blood 'retires'

To see more videos like this one check out our "Digital Shorts" channel on TheBlaze . Harrison's blood is just as extraordinary as his blood donation history. Ms Barnes, who miscarried at four and five months before having treatment, said: 'Without him I would never have been able to have a healthy baby'.

Medical IPl 2018 : Royal Challengers Bangalore win by five wickets
Author: 0 IPl 2018 : Royal Challengers Bangalore win by five wickets

RCB , on the other hand will look forward to put their everything to win this match. If RCB would've thought they had pulled things back and at least saved about 20 runs from the total after dismissing Pant, they were surprised by the dynamism of a 17-year-old from Punjab.

Medical The biggest addiction facing the world may not be what you think
Author: 0 The biggest addiction facing the world may not be what you think

Tobacco is the clear worldwide victor when it comes to drug-related adverse health effects, according to a comprehensive review of data on alcohol , tobacco, and illicit drug use from the World Health Organization (WHO), the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, and other organizations.

Medical Himesh Reshammiya To Tie The Knot With Longtime Girlfriend Sonia Kapoor
Author: 0 Himesh Reshammiya To Tie The Knot With Longtime Girlfriend Sonia Kapoor

After that we were surprised by the news that Neha Dhupia and Angad Bedi too got married in an intimate ceremony with only close friends and family present. The reception will be hosted for Himesh's friends from the film fraternity. "Considering the odd mahurat time, we haven't invited any of our friends to the ceremony", exclaimed the groom-to-be, hours before the big day.