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Medical Are Dogs More Likely To Bite You If You're Anxious?
Author: 0 Are Dogs More Likely To Bite You If You're Anxious?

But one glaring standout in the data was the fact that people who are less emotionally stable were much more likely to get bitten by a dog , which may explain the gender disparity, as men were more likely then women to be anxious. No firm conclusions about cause and effect can be drawn from the survey because it is observational. A closer read of the research will show that the authors acknowledge that there are several limitations to this study, and that causation factors are varied and ...

Medical Ankit Saxena's murder a case of honour killing
Author: 0 Ankit Saxena's murder a case of honour killing

During the meeting, Tiwari informed the family about the arrangements his party was making for the treatment of Saxena's mother, who was injured in the attack on her son. "I was going to meet him and then someone told me he had been stabbed with a knife", NDTV quoted the woman, a second-year-college student, as saying.

Medical Karnataka Assembly polls: Modi to address a BJP rally in Bengaluru today
Author: 0 Karnataka Assembly polls: Modi to address a BJP rally in Bengaluru today

I have been told that Karnataka government is being recognised as 10% government as no work is possible without 10% commission", PM Modi told the gathering at Bengaluru's Palace Grounds. He also lauded former cricketer Rahul Dravid, coach of the Under-19 India team which has won the World Cup, saying that such discipline and hardwork is the culture of Karnataka.

Medical Peter raises more than $60K for Polar Plunge
Author: 0 Peter raises more than $60K for Polar Plunge

The Leos plan on volunteering at the state Special Olympics later this year, but members thought it would be a good idea to raise money for the event beforehand. And they raised more than 85 hundred dollars. "It's really nice seeing what it brings back to the schools and it's personal because we do a lot of unified sports and classes and stuff like that", said Jenna Small of Dover High School.

Medical 16 Children Died Last Week From Flu — CDC
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The state Health Department reports that since October over 35 thousand cases have been reported in Pennsylvania, . “As of this week, overall hospitalizations are now the highest weve seen” in almost a decade, CDC Acting Director Anne Schuchat told a briefing for reporters.

Medical CHAN 2018 final: Morocco, Nigeria set February 4 meeting
Author: 0 CHAN 2018 final: Morocco, Nigeria set February 4 meeting

Nigeria have three players definitely ruled out through injury - goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa, Sunday Faleye and Daniel James, while Ifeanyi Ifeanyi is suspended after his red card in the semi-final win over Sudan. Morocco sealed a dominant performance when Walid El Karti scored a penalty to put the result beyond Libya. Morocco has conceded just two goals so far in the tournament which could be attributed to the defensive display by Jawad El Yamiq .

Medical Cellphone radiation likely causes no harm to humans but there's no evidence
Author: 0 Cellphone radiation likely causes no harm to humans but there's no evidence

Although intriguing, the findings cannot be extrapolated to humans, NTP scientists and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said on Friday. The rodents in the studies were exposed to radiation nine hours a day for two years, more than people experience even with a lot of cellphone use, so the results can not be applied directly to humans, says John Bucher, a senior scientist at the National Toxicology Program, during a telephone news briefing.

Medical Wells Fargo banned from growing due to consumer abuses
Author: 0 Wells Fargo banned from growing due to consumer abuses

Wells will not be allowed to grow beyond the $1.95 trillion in assets it had at the end of a year ago "until it sufficiently improves its governance and controls", the Fed said in a statement . Zurcher Kantonalbank (Zurich Cantonalbank) stated it has 0.83% in Wells Fargo & Company (NYSE:WFC). 11,519 were accumulated by Atria Invs Limited Liability Company.

Medical 'It is a cesspool of funky flu'
Author: 0 'It is a cesspool of funky flu'

Frustrated after a long shift, one ER nurse has gone viral for her frank take on educating people about avoiding the flu. Lockler posted the animated - and somewhat saucy - video Saturday, explaining to people how the flu is contracted and how to help keep it from spreading.

Medical Shameful incident in Hyderabad: Man rapes beloved in theater while watching
Author: 0 Shameful incident in Hyderabad: Man rapes beloved in theater while watching "Padmaavat"

The teen told police that she had met the 23-year-old accused, identified as Kandakatla Bikshapathi , two months ago via Facebook . They made a decision to watch the Hindi film Padmaavat at Prashanth Theatre on Monday. The police has also taken action against the owners of Prashanth Theatre for alleged negligence. "The girl went home and informed about it to her parents", the police was quoted as saying.

Medical Philippine Police Arrest Suspected Communist Guerrilla Leader
Author: 0 Philippine Police Arrest Suspected Communist Guerrilla Leader

Wednesday at the corner of Aurora Blvd. and Katipunan Ave., Quezon City . Officers seized two handguns, ammunition and cellphones from the suspects, police said. Roque said even Comprehensive Agreement on Respect for Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law (CARHRIHL) could not be used for immunity from arrest.

Medical Injection helps the immune system obliterate tumors, at least in mice
Author: 0 Injection helps the immune system obliterate tumors, at least in mice

The technique sees two immune-stimulating agents injected directly into solid tumors. The approach worked startlingly well in laboratory mice with transplanted mouse lymphoma tumors in two sites on their bodies. A combination of a tiny segment of DNA and a specific antibody injected into a solid tumour has been shown to remove not only the target tumour, but also others in the body, at least in mice.

Medical Shooting at Sal Castro Middle School in Los Angeles
Author: 0 Shooting at Sal Castro Middle School in Los Angeles

Early reports indicated the girl was 15 years old, but Zimmerman later said she is believed to be 12. A 12-year-old girl and an 11-year-old boy also suffered minor injuries along with a 30-year-old woman. A handgun is also reported to have been recovered at the scene. "We know this is a very traumatic incident for all the children involved, particularly inside that classroom", he said.

Medical Omaha goes red for women
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Heart disease , according to the Association, is the number one killer of women - claiming the life of one in three. Go Red for Women Director for the American Heart Association in Southwest Michigan Kimberly Earnshaw says patients should get their blood pressure taken regularly and correctly as well as their cholesterol numbers, blood sugar levels and their body mass index.

Medical Doctors weigh in on treatments during busy flu season
Author: 0 Doctors weigh in on treatments during busy flu season

With it widespread in the state, local hospitals are seeing an elevated demand for patients with flu-like symptoms, and long-term care facilities have endured outbreaks. He said the best course of action to prevent yourself from getting the flu is to stay away from others who are coughing and sneezing, wash your hands thoroughly and often and avoid touching your eyes and nose.

Medical A California Lawsuit Wants Coffee Shops To Warn About Cancer
Author: 0 A California Lawsuit Wants Coffee Shops To Warn About Cancer

California's Proposition 65 law requires the state to inform residents about approximately 800 chemicals it's labeled toxic or cancer-causing . However, the companies including 7-Eleven and Starbucks are arguing that even if coffee contains that particular chemical with the carcinogen, it is not exposed in the cup with a certain level, which will be high enough to trigger the risks of cancer in those people who are fond of Joe.

Medical Eat Pizza for Breakfast
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A recent study tells that termed pizza as a better breakfast for everyone. A smoothie with kale, kiwis, pineapple juice, a protein like ricotta cheese or yogurt, and a fat in the form of almond butter will keep you full while giving you a good dose of vegetables early in the day.

Medical New Blood Test Detects Toxic Proteins Linked to Alzheimer's
Author: 0 New Blood Test Detects Toxic Proteins Linked to Alzheimer's

Alzheimer's disease is the most common form of dementia and may contribute to 60-70 per cent of cases. Alzheimer's disease starts years before patients have any symptoms of memory loss, so the key to treatment is in early detection. "Not everyone with amyloid in their brains will turn out to have dementia, and not everyone who has dementia will be found to have amyloid in their brains".

Medical NYS prison inmates to receive free tablets
Author: 0 NYS prison inmates to receive free tablets

Acting DOCCS Commissioner Anthony Annucci announced the program Tuesday during a state budget hearing, calling it a "groundbreaking move". The tablets will be available on a five-year contract that goes through 2022. And the last piece of the new system is the tablets, which won't arrive until the new payment system is online, the DOCCS official said. Each will come pre-loaded with certain pre-approved books and educational materials.

Medical Sports Tribunal Overturns Lifetime Bans For Doping Against 28 Russian Athletes
Author: 0 Sports Tribunal Overturns Lifetime Bans For Doping Against 28 Russian Athletes

In total 43 Russians were banned for life from the Olympics following the conclusion of an International Olympic Committee investigation into evidence of state-sponsored Russian doping at their home Games in Sochi in 2014. CAS has not yet released the reasoned decisions, or full judgements, of the two panels of experts who listened to the Russian appeals in Geneva last week.

Medical Wear red and raise awareness of heart disease in women
Author: 0 Wear red and raise awareness of heart disease in women

The results of the national survey of 1,141 adult women (18+) conducted online by Morning Consult on behalf of CVS Health in January 2018 and released to coincide with American Heart Month, also found heart-related conditions are prevalent among women in the USA, with more than one in three women (37%) saying they have heart-related conditions such as high cholesterol, hypertension ( high blood pressure ), diabetes , history of stroke or a heart defect.

Medical Flu Season Grows Worse in Oklahoma
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The sharp increase in flu cases in SC has prompted at least one hospital to open a mobile unit to help with the patient flow. This as doctors and clinics across the country try to stave off what officials say is one of the worst flu seasons in almost a decade.

Medical US Officials Seek Packaging Fix To Curb Abuse Of Anti-Diarrhea Drug
Author: 0 US Officials Seek Packaging Fix To Curb Abuse Of Anti-Diarrhea Drug

The recent report comes from FDA's side that the organization asked the drugmakers to limit the use of the drug in packaging as it is turning hazardous for the health of many. "They use different nicknames", he said. We're requesting that packages contain a limited amount of loperamide appropriate for use for short-term diarrhea according to the product label.

Medical Devastating De Bruyne shines as Manchester City beat West Brom
Author: 0 Devastating De Bruyne shines as Manchester City beat West Brom

City were at it from kick off as Sergio Aguero narrowly missed converting Raheem Sterling's second minute cross before David Silva hit the wall from a free kick and then had an eighth minute penalty appeal turned away after going down under a tackle from Craig Dawson.

Medical Explore Volatility Factor for Clear Picture: Celgene Corporation (CELG)
Author: 0 Explore Volatility Factor for Clear Picture: Celgene Corporation (CELG)

Given that its average daily volume over the 30 days has been 8.43 million shares a day, this signifies a pretty significant change over the norm. Celgene (NASDAQ: CELG ) last posted its earnings results on Thursday, January 25th. Celgene Corporation's insider ownership stands at 0.2 percent, while its insider transaction is -3.6 percent. Balasa Dinverno And Foltz Ltd Liability Co invested in 4,129 shares or 0.09% of the stock.

Medical Replay of the launch of GovSat 1 aboard a Falcon 9 rocket
Author: 0 Replay of the launch of GovSat 1 aboard a Falcon 9 rocket

The launch for an unspecified government agency may or may not have failed as rumors circulated shortly after the launch that the satellite failed upon reaching orbit and fell back to earth. SpaceX is now recovering its rockets without even really trying. However, tech mogul Elon Musk tweeted late Wednesday night that the rocket had "amazingly" survived.

Medical Trump seeks bipartisan support for key immigration reforms
Author: 0 Trump seeks bipartisan support for key immigration reforms

Final numbers for the 2018 address are not expected until late Wednesday afternoon, but preliminary numbers appear to indicate a drop in overall viewership from the president's 2017 address to a joint session of Congress at the same time a year ago.

Author: 0 Patriots and Eagles show up for Super Bowl 52 Media Night

Brady injured his right hand during practice on January 17, reportedly in a handoff exchange with running back Rex Burkhead. NFL Network reported he had 12 stitches removed from it last week. "I was 7-8 years old and I had an Allen Iverson bandanna, I wore the sleeve", Mills said. More specifically, it may be Cox who leads the way. "He wouldn't back down from anybody", Mills said.

Medical Rare Super Blue Blood Moon appears
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In addition to being not only a supermoon , but also a blue moon , the moon of January 31st will also feature a lunar eclipse , turning the moon red in colour. A super moon is about 14 percent brighter than usual, NASA said. Finally, it'll be a blue moon , which is the second full moon in a calendar month.

Medical Democrats hiss as Trump calls for compromise on immigration
Author: 0 Democrats hiss as Trump calls for compromise on immigration

Around 20 students gathered in Posvar Hall Tuesday evening for a viewing party, hosted by PSSA, of President Donald Trump's 2018 State of the Union address . "I think it's kind of interesting how he's so unifying it seems, in some of his statements but for what he says normally on the news and what we see every day is super divisive", said Kristi Thielen, communications chairperson for the Sacramento County Young Democrats.

Medical Lunar Trifecta: Eyes on the skies for the Super Blue Blood Moon
Author: 0 Lunar Trifecta: Eyes on the skies for the Super Blue Blood Moon

Those 3 events have not coincided in more than 150 years. The western USA should have good viewing, too, along with Russian Federation. A blue moon refers to when there is a second full moon in a calendar month. However, it's not going to appear a dark gray color either. In the U.S., the last time when these events are occurring on the same day was 150 years ago in March 1866.

Medical Soy Is The Healthiest Plant Based Milk, Researchers Say
Author: 0 Soy Is The Healthiest Plant Based Milk, Researchers Say

Oat milk wasn't analyzed. The researchers compared the nutrition in 240 ml servings of unsweetened versions of the various plant-based milks and cow's milk. "Milk products also contain dietary cholesterol". But, the researchers note that various pathogens, including Salmonella and E. coli, have been associated with disease outbreaks around the world.

Medical Acevedo: FBI shooting victim grabbed agent's rifle
Author: 0 Acevedo: FBI shooting victim grabbed agent's rifle

Using a tool, the field agent broke the window, but accidentally dropped it into the room and had to finish the job using the back end of his service rifle. "If I had to speculate it would be he was trying to get out of that room". The police chief said it was not clear why Valladares grabbed the agent's gun.

Medical Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga sworn in as ''People's'' President
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THE swearing-in of opposition leader, Raila Odinga , as president has left Kenya on the verge of fresh ethnic turmoil reminiscent of the deaths of over 1 000 people a decade ago. He said the United Nations was urging "that all Kenyan parties, political actors and their supporters maintain a lawful and peaceful social and political environment".

Medical 'Overwhelming' evidence for adding folic acid to flour
Author: 0 'Overwhelming' evidence for adding folic acid to flour

Lesley Gilchrist, independent midwife at Bespoke Birthing Midwifery Practice tells HuffPost UK folic acid in flour would be a good move: "I think this is a good idea because for unplanned pregnancies , women will not have much folic acid in their system".

Medical Indiana Among Worst States For Bridges In US
Author: 0 Indiana Among Worst States For Bridges In US

The Federal Highway Administration, says a bridge is classified as structurally deficient if the condition rating for the deck, superstructure, substructure or culvert and retaining walls is rated 4 or below or if the bridge receives an appraisal rating of 2 or less for the structural condition or waterway adequacy.

Medical Bill Gates reveals his father is battling Alzheimer's disease
Author: 0 Bill Gates reveals his father is battling Alzheimer's disease

Dr David Reynolds, chief scientific officer at Alzheimer's Research UK , comments by email: " Research has faced a bit of a chicken and egg situation when looking at the links between sleep and dementia ". Most of these people had normal sleeping patterns, although some had circadian disruptions, probably caused by being elderly , having sleep apnoea , or for other reasons.

Medical [WATCH LIVE] Capitec responds to Viceroy report
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Capitec Bank on Tuesday questioned a report by U.S. researcher Viceroy for releasing a report with allegations that it had compiled evidence suggesting the South African bank must take significant impairments to its loans. Fourie says they're deeply concerned about the integrity of Viceroy's report. "By 2012 as little as 6% of the total microcredit volume advanced was being used for conventional business purposes", stated the report.

Medical Pacemaker for the brain slows progress of Alzheimer's
Author: 0 Pacemaker for the brain slows progress of Alzheimer's

One of the patients, LaVonne Moore, 85, is said to have recovered the ability to cook, plan outings and choose her own clothes after two years of the treatment, which is known as deep brain stimulation (DBS ). Michael Schulder, vice chairman of neurosurgery at North Shore University Hospital in Manhasset, New York, who was not involved with the study. "This may seem bold and aggressive to some, but it is promising".

Medical Two more flu-related deaths reported in Tulare County
Author: 0 Two more flu-related deaths reported in Tulare County

Has this flu season peaked yet? "It's really the same thing as with influenza except there is no vaccine", he says. Allegheny County remains the hot spot in the state where flu is concerned, with 5,252 cases a the most by far of any county.

Medical Couple Gets Hookworm Infection While On Beach Vacation
Author: 0 Couple Gets Hookworm Infection While On Beach Vacation

After a thorough examination, a doctor told them that their legs we2re infected with larva migrans, commonly known as hookworms. Eddie Zytner, 25, and Katie Stephens, 22. "We found out that Health Canada had denied our request to receive the medication saying our case wasn't severe enough". Stephens said they were expecting to receive the drug this week, but they received some unfortunate news from their doctor on Tuesday.

Medical Transgender girls in Aceh detained by police
Author: 0 Transgender girls in Aceh detained by police

Local Indonesian news siteCoconuts reports that early Sunday morning, sharia police and a group of civilians in North Aceh arrested the 12 trans women - referred locally as waria , a combination of the Indonesian words for woman and man - during what they called a "operasi penyakit masyarakat" or "community sickness operation".

Medical 'Tortoise' Theresa May under pressure over leadership and Brexit
Author: 0 'Tortoise' Theresa May under pressure over leadership and Brexit

The latest row triggered renewed speculation over May's future as the Conservative Party leader and prime minister , with demands that she give up strategic ambiguity in the exit talks, clarify end positions, or face the mounting risk of a no-confidence vote within the party.

Medical Nokia 3310 4G with 'YunOS' launched in China
Author: 0 Nokia 3310 4G with 'YunOS' launched in China

For photography, Nokia 3310 4G offers a 2-megapixel camera with LED flash at the rear end. It features a 2.4-inch display that supports a resolution of 320 x 240 pixels. There's also an in-built MP3 player on the phone . A microSD card slot is available for expandable storage (up to 64GB). It is expected to be available through China Mobile stores in the home country starting from next.

Medical Student's perspective on Super Bowl LII
Author: 0 Student's perspective on Super Bowl LII

And in each of those matchups, they've been underdogs. One thing is certain, the Eagles are going to have to continue to play that brand of defense to have a chance on Sunday against the Patriots . And while Brady is the best of all-time, it won't be easy to consistently move the ball through the air against Philadelphia. But Brady's second touchdown of the game to Danny Amendola gave the Patriots the lead.