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Author: 0 Melissa McCarthy Spotted As Spicer In NYC

Fans are expecting her to revive her beloved impersonation of Spicer. As Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter tweeted early Friday morning, McCarthy was indeed filming scenes for the sketch comedy show directly outside of CNN's NY headquarters.

Medical Mother's Day gifts don't have to be expensive
Author: 0 Mother's Day gifts don't have to be expensive

She protected me, pushed me to do better throughout life , laughed with me and nurtured my present, future and past, she is my mother . I was fortunate to have one of the best moms that has ever mom'd. She'll appreciate that, too. Somebody said the hardest part of being a mother is labor and delivery... She died at age 84 - blind, penniless, bitter and angry with those who didn't act according to her wishes.

Author: 0 EBOLA: FG says no cause for alarm, intensifies awareness

A total of nine cases, including three deaths so far, are being investigated. Dr Yokouidé Allarangar, WHO representative for the Democratic Republic of the Congo said, "The first teams of epidemiologists, biologists, and experts in the areas of social mobilization, risk communication and community engagement, and also personnel specializing in water, hygiene and sanitation, are scheduled to reach the affected area today or tomorrow via Kisangani".

Author: 0 First Ebola outbreak since 2014 kills three people

The virus can be spread to others through direct contact with blood or body fluids from a person who is sick with or has died from Ebola or when touching objects smeared with blood or body fluds of a sick person. Seth Berkley, Gavi CEO, said in a statement. "Our country is full of people well-trained in this matter and our health professionals also helped contain similar epidemics in other countries", the health ministry said in its statement, adding that a response team would arrive in ...

Medical Sorry, but your mom doesn't want breakfast in bed for Mother's Day
Author: 0 Sorry, but your mom doesn't want breakfast in bed for Mother's Day

No one can ever take the place of our mothers . In celebration for all that you have done, and all that you mean in our lives, here's our musical playlist to rock out on this weekend in celebration of mom. Please take time to call them , drop by and give a hug. If time escapes us on other days of the year, Sunday is the day to express appreciation to Mom.

Medical Liverpool are inching closer to a Gremio rising star
Author: 0 Liverpool are inching closer to a Gremio rising star

Luan , 24, was part of the triumphant Brazil team that took home gold at the Rio Olympics a year ago, scoring in the 2-0 quarter-final victory against Colombia. The report adds Klopp sees the Brazil worldwide as the flawless man to fit into his fluid attacking style of football as he looks to bolster his ranks ahead of a potential return to the Champions League next season.

Medical UN seeks further $900 million for Somalia crisis response
Author: 0 UN seeks further $900 million for Somalia crisis response

The President was a key speaker at the conference co-chaired by the British prime Minister Theresa May , UN Secretary General Ant'onio Guterres and Somalia President Mohamed Abdulahi Mohamed. Besides temporarily loosening some restrictions in 2013, the worldwide community has steadfastly refused to remove the arms embargo, as Somalia has battled to establish a stable government and retake control of territories governed by Al-Shabab, which has a presence in much of rural southern ...

Medical CIA creates dedicated mission center for North Korea
Author: 0 CIA creates dedicated mission center for North Korea

The Central Intelligence Agency has created what it is calling a "Korea Mission Center", reflecting growing concern over the nuclear and missile threat from North Korea. The detentions came amid tensions on the Korean peninsula over North Korea's pursuit of nuclear weapons in response to what it says is a threat of a US -instigated war.

Author: 0 UN agency announces 2 more suspected Ebola cases in Congo

An Ebola virus outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo last month has left three people dead and several others sickened, the World Health Organization announced on Friday. A Canadian-developed vaccine is being considered as a potential response to a new outbreak of Ebola in a remote corner of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Author: 0 Statement on Ebola in DRC

There have been nine cases of suspected Ebola since April 22, including three deaths in Likati, for a case-fatality rate of 33%. Nigerians were urged not to panic as the Nigeria Center for Disease Control is on ground and equipped to secure the health of citizens.

Medical ELECTION: 43 Liberals to rule as minority vs NDP's 41, three Greens
Author: 0 ELECTION: 43 Liberals to rule as minority vs NDP's 41, three Greens

We saw that in our polling where Green and NDP supporters were excited about their party's outlook and the Liberal supporters didn't share the same level of enthusiasm for their party. Liberal Leader and incumbent premier Christy Clark says she intends to lead the next government, adding the result presented an opportunity to open up a new dialogue "about how we do things, what we should do, how we want to shape the future of our province".

Medical Ebola-Zaire confirmed in DRC outbreak that killed 3
Author: 0 Ebola-Zaire confirmed in DRC outbreak that killed 3

It coincided with, but was unrelated to, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, which lasted from 2014 to 2016, and hit especially hard Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. Supplies of the vaccine , first tested during the widespread West African outbreak, have been stockpiled by Gavi, a public-private partnership that makes vaccines available to lower-income countries.

Author: 0 Joe Schmidt, Gregor Townsend and Jamie Joseph react to Pool A draw

The Springboks have beaten the All Blacks twice at the World Cup (1995 final and 1999 bronze medal place) and pushed the world champions in an intense clash in the semifinal stage in 2015. Speaking about England's Pool C opponent, Jones added: " France have really improved over the past two years and are certainly a unsafe team".

Author: 0 Turkey among countries hit in cyberattack

Some universities in Italy are also reported to be crippled by the ransomware attack, which is now unfolding in Czech Republic, Russia, Japan, Taiwan, Ukraine and many other countries. Friday's wave of cyberattacks, which affected dozens of countries, apparently exploited a flaw exposed in documents leaked from the US National Security Agency.

Medical Lighting the way to improve mental health
Author: 0 Lighting the way to improve mental health

Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, social and physical well-being and has a biopsychosocial impact - It affects how we think, feel and act as we cope with life. Sometimes the answer is clear, but often the distinction between mental health and mental illness isn't so obvious. There are many causes of mental disorders.

Medical Thank you, NYC: Jeter toasts city ahead of jersey retirement
Author: 0 Thank you, NYC: Jeter toasts city ahead of jersey retirement

Jeter wrote an essay published May 11, 2017, on his Players' Tribune site thanking the city before his No. 2 jersey is permanently retired by the team on May 14. And that's what I tried to do. The presentation includes a video of Jeter and various New Yorkers reciting the essay. Everyone comes to this city with dreams of being No.

Medical US rig count rises 8 this week to 885; Texas up 8
Author: 0 US rig count rises 8 this week to 885; Texas up 8

The oil-rig count has climbed every week so far this year, except for one. It was a volatile week for oil prices as domestic storage declined and speculation grew that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries later this month will vote to extend production cuts.

Medical Odisha ministers resign, 11 to be sworn in
Author: 0 Odisha ministers resign, 11 to be sworn in

Among the new faces, S N Patro, Niranjan Pujari, Pratap Jena, Maheswar Mohanty, Sashi Bhusan Behera and Prafulla Samal are cabinet ministers while Nrushingha Sahu, Anant Das, Chandra Sarathi Behera and Sushant Singh are MoS. Leader of Opposition in Odisha and Congress stalwart Narasingha Mishra today alleged that the protocol was "deliberately violated" during the swearing-in of ministers today when he had to sit in the fourth row.

Author: 0 Poll Shows Trump's Approval Rating Fall After Health Care Vote

I guess this is some version of "America First", especially if you realize that the America that is being referred to is only that of the economic elite with the rest of us footing the bill. Capito said 180,000 West Virginians get insurance through expanded Medicaid. Manchin also expressed concern about the thousands of people who would lose access to coverage for substance use disorder and opiate use disorder.

Medical Facebook's planned TV shows are coming real soon
Author: 0 Facebook's planned TV shows are coming real soon

Facebook is reportedly jumping on the premium video content bandwagon some time this June, according to some inside sources. It is believed that a virtual reality dating show from Conde Nast Entertainment is among the shows that Facebook has greenlit.

Author: 0 NHS Cyber attack: Northumbria and York Trusts face weekend without computer systems

In the US, the Computer Emergency Readiness Team, or CERT, says it has "received multiple reports of ransomware infections in several countries around the world". But @MalwareTechBlog warned that the "crisis isn't over" as those behind it "can always change the code and try again". "It's unequivocally scary", said John Dickson of the Denim Group, a USA security consultancy.

Medical Woman gang raped, body mutilated in Haryana's Rohtak
Author: 0 Woman gang raped, body mutilated in Haryana's Rohtak

Malik said the woman was first raped and the suspects then hit her with a brick and smashed her face against a stone, adding that the victim sustained grievous head injuries. Noteworthy, the forensic team has also found some drugs in viscera samples. The woman in Rohtak was on her way to work when she was allegedly abducted by the seven men.

Medical Cloud Eggs: What they are and how to make them
Author: 0 Cloud Eggs: What they are and how to make them

This is social media at its soft peak: the humble egg, transformed into a posing signifier of your mastery of a carb-lite, gluten-free, Paleo lifestyle. The whites are then baked in the oven (eh?) for five minutes, before the yolk is put back on top of it, and it's shoved back in the oven until it's cooked.

Medical Singaporean man nabbed in Brisbane for attempted murder of woman
Author: 0 Singaporean man nabbed in Brisbane for attempted murder of woman

He was last seen wearing a white T-shirt along with red and black boxer shorts with no footwear. Police said he left his possessions, including his passport and wallet, at the home and left on-foot. "Our investigations lead me to believe he has been here before, but we are not aware of any friends, associates or relatives other than the victim that he knows in Brisbane", he said.

Medical American Cancer Society holds 8th annual Bark for Life
Author: 0 American Cancer Society holds 8th annual Bark for Life

The survivor tent opens at 2:30 p.m. where survivors and their caregivers will be given T-shirts and wristbands for entry to the Survivor Celebration at 4:30 p.m. Witnessing and taking part in this incredible gathering is a genuinely uplifting experience. "It was the first Relay for Life put on by all high school students".

Medical Wegmans ties for first place as America's favorite grocery store
Author: 0 Wegmans ties for first place as America's favorite grocery store

After dethroning four-time reigning favorite grocery store champion Trader Joe's, Wegmans has successfully defended its crown. 2017 is the second consecutive year that Wegmans has held the top spot. In the Market Force survey Wegmans ranked highest for its specialty department service, and a close second for item availability. ALDI did, however, win the category for best value for money, finishing ahead of WinCo Foods and Costco.

Author: 0 China Presses South Korea On Thaad Missile System

Tension has been high for months on the Korean peninsula over North Korea's nuclear and missile development and fears it will conduct a sixth nuclear test or test another ballistic missile in defiance of UN Security Council resolutions. "If it is necessary, I will fly immediately to Washington and also visit Beijing and Tokyo", he said. President Moon said "South Korea wants to pursue the goal to denuclearize the Korean peninsula together with China, including resuming the six-party talks ...

Medical Supreme Court rules liquor baron Vijay Mallya guilty of contempt of court
Author: 0 Supreme Court rules liquor baron Vijay Mallya guilty of contempt of court

Ahead of it, a joint investigative team of the Central Bureau of Investigation and the Enforcement Department had visited London to brief the state prosecutor, known as the Crown's counsel, who will be arguing India's case. There was a specific order of the High Court that Mallya will not transfer or alienate any movable and immovable assets to any person, he had said.

Medical Attention nurses! Grab a free Cinnabon during National Nurse Week
Author: 0 Attention nurses! Grab a free Cinnabon during National Nurse Week

For more information or to find a Cinnabon near you, visit the Cinnabon website . "It's an opportunity each year for not just organizations, but for society as a whole to highlight the importance of nursing", says Maureen Swick, CEO of the American Organization of Nurse Executives and senior vice president and chief nursing officer for the American Hospital Association.

Medical Common painkillers linked to increased risk of heart attack, study says
Author: 0 Common painkillers linked to increased risk of heart attack, study says

Analysing data from 446,763 people in Canada and Europe, 61,460 of whom had a heart attack , researchers found that the greatest increase in risk of heart attack occurred in the first month of taking high doses of NSAIDs. As with previous studies , the most vulnerable people are those with pre-existing heart conditions as well as smokers and those suffering from obesity.

Author: 0 Dozens of countries hit by huge cyberextortion attack

A prominent computer security expert, Chris Wysopa, who is cofounder of the application security company Veracode, in Burlington, Massachusetts, said in a tweet that the WanaCrypt0r ransomware epidemic may be an indicator of how powerful some NSA hacking tools are.

Author: 0 Euro, shares rally on relief as Macron wins French presidency

Outgoing Socialist President Francois Hollande is due to formally hand over power to Macron on Sunday. "The second act in the redrawing of our political life will be the building of a parliamentary majority in the elections in June", secretary general of the movement, Richard Ferrand, told reporters on Monday.

Medical Hepatitis C nearly triples in US in 5 years
Author: 0 Hepatitis C nearly triples in US in 5 years

Most infections resulted from injection drug use , officials said , underscoring calls by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for needle exchanges as a way to thwart drug addicts from spreading disease. The best way to prevent hepatitis C is by avoiding behaviors that can spread the disease, especially injecting drugs, according to the CDC. Examining annual trends beginning in 2011, reported cases of acute HCV infection increased 44.3% from 2011 to 2012 (1,232 and 1,778 ...

Author: 0 "Ransomware" cyberattack cripples hospitals across England

Reports from hospitals and GP surgeries are piling up, with a lot of activity on Twitter suggesting the ransomware is spreading throughout the entire IT network of NHS England. And we are not aware of any evidence that patient data has been compromised. Spain's Telefonica was among the companies hit. "We will continue to work with affected organisations to confirm this".

Medical Pak may not accept ICJ's jurisdiction in Jadhav's case
Author: 0 Pak may not accept ICJ's jurisdiction in Jadhav's case

Despite the fact that on March 29 Pakistan had informed the International Court of Justice (ICJ) that it was withdrawing the jurisdiction of the court from all issues related to its domestic and national security, why did the court entertain a plea from India over the Kulbhushan Jadhav case? "From inviting the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) to Pathankot (in Punjab) to going for a wedding in the Nawaz Sharif family to the ICJ now, Modi's Pakistan policy is marked only by its absence", ...

Author: 0 NHS hospitals hacked: Operations cancelled after cyberattack

Non-emergency procedures have been suspended and ambulances are being diverted as part of what is now believed to be a co-ordinated attack targeting dozens of countries. A Welsh Government spokesperson said: "We have had no reported cyber incidents affecting NHS Wales but are monitoring the situation closely". In a statement released by NHS Digital, an "arms-length body" of England's health department, it is not yet clear that patients' data has been accessed, adding that the institution is ...

Author: 0 Sister says Arkansas slaying suspect battled mental illness

James Arthur Bowden, 42, surrendered Thursday after a five-hour standoff at a house near Dardanelle where 61-year-old Rita Miller and 17-year-old Ciera Miller were found dead, the state police said. Thursday and had made a traffic stop at Hwy. He says Bowden released a woman who was apparently being held hostage before he surrendered. During that traffic stop, Mainhart, 46, was fatally wounded.

Medical Iran's Rouhani congratulates France Macron on presidential victory
Author: 0 Iran's Rouhani congratulates France Macron on presidential victory

Macron won the presidency with 66 percent of votes cast for a candidate, but the vote saw a high number of blank or spoiled votes and unusually low turnout. If another party wins the majority, Macron could be pressured to choose a prime minister from that party in a situation called "co-habitation". "This is the youngest French president ever who was virtually unknown three years ago, created his own movement from scratch just a year ago, and is winning in (a) landslide with an ...

Medical Vermont becomes first state to approve marijuana legalization bill
Author: 0 Vermont becomes first state to approve marijuana legalization bill

Scott. Vermonters are reacting to the possibility recreational marijuana could become legal in the Green Mountain State. Now, the bill heads to Governor Phil Scott for a final signature - or a veto. "These are life-changing costs", she said. Representative Isaac says he will continue to educate across the state of Texas so this is one of the first bills passed next session.

Medical Supervisor told officer to be mum after shooting
Author: 0 Supervisor told officer to be mum after shooting

The trial also involved 6 witnesses including Officers Tyler Turnbough-Shelby's backing officer-and Michael Richert, who was in a helicopter overhead with Shelby's husband. the night of the shooting. Referring to the dash and helicopter footage that captured the event, Grey told the jury, "You will see what it looks like from a police officer's perspective".

Medical Facebook News Feed tweak decreases links to spammy websites
Author: 0 Facebook News Feed tweak decreases links to spammy websites

The move aims to improve the quality of content that users see, eliminating things that Facebook decides are 'sensational, ' 'misleading, ' or 'spammy.' In their place will be links to things that Facebook considers more informative. Links that don't pass Facebook's muster will be pushed down in News Feed and can't be promoted as part of a Facebook ad campaign. Researchers used artificial intelligence to scan new links shared on Facebook that matched the earlier criteria it used, including ...

Author: 0 British hospitals hit by cyber attack: health service

Ransomware does not traditionally aim to steal personal or sensitive data held on a computer or system, instead focusing on blocking access to and threatening to delete files. Rich Barger, director of threat research at USA -based security research company Splunk, said: "This is one of the largest global ransomware attacks the cyber community has ever seen".

Medical Avocado slicing injuries are sending home cooks to the hospital, doctors say
Author: 0 Avocado slicing injuries are sending home cooks to the hospital, doctors say

The British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons has reported that there has been a significant rise in the number of people presenting with "serious stab and slash injuries" after attempting to cut the fruit. Among the reasons for the injury include people not knowing that the avocados they bought were very ripe and not knowing how to properly handle the fruit.

Author: 0 More Chibok schoolgirls to regain freedom soon: Nigerian minister

Neither the government nor Boko Haram , which has links to the Islamic State group, gave details about the exchange. Switzerland and the International Committee of the Red Cross helped secure the 82 girls in "lengthy negotiations", the presidency said on its Twitter account.

Medical National Herald case: HC declines any relief to Young Indian
Author: 0 National Herald case: HC declines any relief to Young Indian

It was alleged that the Young Indian Company rented out its properties to profit the Gandhis. The company withdrew the plea after a division bench of Justice S. "The amount of misinformation going on with regards to Young Indian/National Herald, makes me wonder does the Govt have anything better to do in this country than to circulate unsigned notes which are actually campaigns of misinformation and distortion", Congress MP A M Singhvi told mediapersons at a press conference today.

Medical Bieber lip-syncs at debut India concert, fans furious
Author: 0 Bieber lip-syncs at debut India concert, fans furious

While the entire nation was gripped with Bieber fever yesterday including our Bollywood biggies like Alia Bhatt, Malaika Arora, Jacqueline Fernandez and others, there was one Bollywood celebrity couple who were left disappointed at Justin Bieber's Mumbai concert.

Medical International Nurses Day - A Day in the Life of Our Nurses
Author: 0 International Nurses Day - A Day in the Life of Our Nurses

The award was developed as a means to generate models for joint faculty appointments between nursing schools and clinical partners and educate greater numbers of nurse educators. No day is the same for Gemma and she said nursing is the "best profession in the world". Nurses are unbelievable people. Your patients will turn to you as the nurse for questions, clarification and advice.

Author: 0 Malware affecting NHS England now spreading across Europe, Asia

The IT systems of NHS sites were reportedly bombarded by pop-up messages demanding a ransom in order to gain access. Another NHS Trust in Derbyshire tweeted: "We are aware of a major IT secure system attack". "There has been an alert relating to a massive ransomware attack on various organizations, which is affecting their Windows systems", Spain's National Cryptology Centre said in a statement, adding that a large number of firms had been hit.