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Medical Kate Middleton leads the best-dressed guests list at sister Pippa's wedding
Author: 0 Kate Middleton leads the best-dressed guests list at sister Pippa's wedding

Pippa, 33, wore a lace custom gown made by the designer Giles Deacon accessorized with a long veil by notable hat-maker Stephen Jones - complete with her own tiara. The bride and groom shared a tender moment when they left the picturesque St Mark's church as the youngsters, including Prince George and Princess Charlotte , played around their feet.

Medical New Laws In The UK And EU Further Restrict Tobacco Industry
Author: 0 New Laws In The UK And EU Further Restrict Tobacco Industry

As part of efforts to "deglamorise" the image of smoking, the compulsory standardised green packaging must carry the new, larger, health warnings on two-thirds of the front and back of any packet. There are also new rules regulating the amount of nicotine that e-cigarettes may contain, something the directive says was previously unregulated. The measures were brought in past year but retailers were given time to get rid of old stock before the green packaged cigarettes came into force.

Medical Rising Pune Supergiant enters finals
Author: 0 Rising Pune Supergiant enters finals

However trusting Australian captain Steve Smith has actually paid off for Sanjeev Goenka, the owner of the franchise. Mohammad Azharuddin stated that he was not in favour of MS Dhoni's sacking. "Tripathi and Sundar are going to be serious players on the Indian cricket scene", he further added. The journey from near bottom to finalists took some radical changes in approach .

Author: 0 President's scandal has Brazilians pondering new government

They demanded Mr Temer's resignation and snap elections. Opposition politicians including Sen. Tapes of bribery and corruption have been leaked against Michel Temer, Brazil's president. Calls for investigating the president have also been voiced this week, as the alleged criminal practices " are underway or about to occur ", according to Supreme Court Justice Edson Fachin, as cited by Reuters.

Medical Pockets hit as inflation reaches a three-year high
Author: 0 Pockets hit as inflation reaches a three-year high

Gasoline prices and shelter costs were among the main contributors to the gain in annual headline inflation. On a month-to-month basis, some items which cost less in April than in March included gasoline (up 7.2 per cent), telephone services (up 6.3 per cent), and traveller accommodation (up 3.0 per cent).

Medical Ashland HS student killed in school bus collision
Author: 0 Ashland HS student killed in school bus collision

Friday morning approximately 2 miles south of Ashland County. "So the van appears to have hit at a pretty, at a decent rate of speed", said Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth. Sgt. Eric Klinkhammer said an investigation into the crash is continuing. Highway 112 remained closed in the area of the accident for several hours following the crash, but had reopened by mid-afternoon.

Medical NIA to probe funding of Geelani, other separatists
Author: 0 NIA to probe funding of Geelani, other separatists

Prior, the NIA had enlisted a preparatory enquiry (PE) against Hurriyat pioneers including Geelani, Naeem Khan, Farooq Ahmed Dar, Gazi Javed Baba and others. In August past year, the NIA had summoned and quizzed some separatist leaders in Kashmir. JKLF chief Yasin Malik, who joined the Hurriyat in 2016, said, "They try to prove I'm receiving funds from Pakistan".

Author: 0 Bennett takes the lead in California

Two and a half hours later, Bennett stepped atop the podium to put on the yellow jersey as the Tour of California's new overall leader. In the final sprint, Bennett finished third, 2 seconds behind Talansky. Bennett said he did not know his time split until after the turnaround, when his team director began to shout into his radio. The only rider who could catch him in the overall standings was Majka, who had led since the second stage and started two minutes later.

Medical Preventing tick bites this summer
Author: 0 Preventing tick bites this summer

Everyone is at risk for Powassan: Newborns, 20-somethings, the middle-aged, the elderly and the immunocompromised. Ticks are most active April through September. Keeping ticks off kids in warmer months can be challenging. "There's been a tremendous tick surge already", said Dr. Jeffrey Pope, a veterinarian at Pittsburgh East Animal Hospital, which has facilities in Greensburg and Monroeville.

Author: 0 Indonesian soldiers killed in South China Sea exercise

Experts say China wants to appear to engage ASEAN or bind its claimant states to a weak code at a time when USA policy on the South China Sea is in a state of flux. Philippine ambassador to China Chito Sta.Romana, said, "That is why the President kept asking the USA ambassador, 'Are you with us or not?' He did not get a clear answer".

Medical Labour spending plans to create £58bn hole in public finances, claim Tories
Author: 0 Labour spending plans to create £58bn hole in public finances, claim Tories

I'm full optimism for what Labour can achieve. They forced a leadership vote a year ago, which Corbyn won, and are maneuvering for another attempt to unseat him. Corbyn promised to scrap university tuition fees, a pledge met with huge cheers from supporters gathered to hear him speak at Bradford University. Yesterday, the Labour Party published its full manifesto for the upcoming General Election on June 8.

Medical Amber alert issued for San Francisco toddler
Author: 0 Amber alert issued for San Francisco toddler

Thursday. The California Highway Patrol earlier in the day issued an Amber Alert for the toddler and suspect, 30-year-old Jason Lam, who is now in police custody. He has black hair and brown eyes. Makai Bangoura is about 3' tall and weighs 40 pounds. He is African-American, has brown eyes and brown hair and was abducted May 12.

Medical May is Mental Health Month
Author: 0 May is Mental Health Month

Approximately one in four people will experience a mental health issue in a year and one in six will have experienced a mental health problem in the past week. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition and 1 in 5 USA adults will experience a mental health condition in their lifetime.

Author: 0 Ruth Davidson seeks support of Labour voters to defeat SNP

And they understood that in a highly complex, interconnected world we are better facing the challenges of the future together. This is what Ruth Davidson has to say about the rape clause. Glasgow - The SNP has formed a minority administration, ending nearly 40 years of Labour dominance. "She really is lost". The Scottish party leader will set out her proposals 24 hours after Mrs May launched the UK Conservative manifesto .

Author: 0 Union: Up to 40K walking off the job at AT&T this weekend

The company said that the striking workers account for about 13 percent of its total workforce. More than a dozen employees began their protest at 3 p.m. AT&T reportedly hasn't suffered a significant work stoppage since a two-day walkout in 2012. The company said it was still eager to reach a deal.

Author: 0 World Court Orders Pakistan Temporarily Not To Execute Alleged Indian Spy

Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj for her stewardship of Kulbhushan Jadhav's case at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague. Responding to the decision taken by ICJ, a statement from the office of Pakistan's attorney general said, "We are determined to pursue this case to its logical end".

Medical Many don't use sunscreen properly, raising risk of skin cancer
Author: 0 Many don't use sunscreen properly, raising risk of skin cancer

The sunscreen aisle at CVS just got a major makeover in the name of skin health. Topping the list for sunscreens with SPF levels less than half of what they claimed was Babyganics Mineral-Based Lotion SPF 50+ ($10). About 17,000 people used the free sunscreen. Fact: Incidental sun exposure is the kind of sun exposure that you may not be aware of. The most expensive sunscreen in a poll of leading high-street brands failed to provide the protection it claims, according to a consumer ...

Medical India's First Uterus Transplant Successful
Author: 0 India's First Uterus Transplant Successful

A team of 12 doctors led by Dr. Shailesh Puntambekar conducted the surgery which began at noon on Thursday and lasted for a little over nine hours at Pune's Galaxy Care Laparoscopy Institute. Since the nerves are not transplanted with the uterus, the mother-to-be does not feel the baby kicking in her womb. Critics from the medical fraternity and the media speculated that Ram won't survive for more than three months.Ram lived for 15 more years.He eventually succumbed to brain ...

Author: 0 Trusts told to remain vigilant with updated cyber-attack guidance

The National Cyber Security Centre has been coordinating the State's response to the threat from the fast-spreading malicious software and has issued a series of advisory notices to Government departments and agencies. The NHS has provided an update about planned treatment and outpatient appointments following the ransomware attack on its IT systems. Such issues are solvable but the NHS is overstretched financially and has a patchy record of rolling out IT products, in part because ...

Medical With days to go, Minnesota budget talks hit a stalemate
Author: 0 With days to go, Minnesota budget talks hit a stalemate

The two sides traded budget offers throughout the week, starting to narrow a sizable gap between their proposals while expressing hope they could wrap up a deal in time. While prospects for settling the budget remained cloudy, the Real ID agreement constituted actual progress on a long-unresolved issue. But the Legislature finally reached a deal this week, sending a bill to Dayton's desk Wednesday.

Author: 0 Kulbhushan Jadhav's case should not be politicised: Pak NA Speaker

The ICJ, the primary judicial organ of the United Nations, stayed the death sentence awarded to Jadhav by the Pakistan military court, citing that both - India and Pakistan - were bound by the Vienna Convention and that the rights invoked by New Delhi under the Vienna Convention were plausible.

Medical President Temer refuses to step down amid corruption chaos
Author: 0 President Temer refuses to step down amid corruption chaos

Their aim is to channel the rising anger against the entire capitalist setup in Brazil back behind the discredited Workers Party (PT) and, in particular, the candidacy of Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, the former metalworkers union leader who occupied the presidency from 2003 to 2010.

Medical CDC: Outbreaks of diarrhea-inducing parasite Crypto on the rise in pools
Author: 0 CDC: Outbreaks of diarrhea-inducing parasite Crypto on the rise in pools

The crypto can survive up to 10 days in the chlorinated pool water as it waits for an unwilling victim to accidentally swallow or get poo-water up in their noses. A person can get ill from cryptosporidiosis after being exposed to contaminated swimming pool water, water in water parks, drinking water and food, as well as from contact with people or animals who have been infected.

Author: 0 Vladimir Putin rushes to Donald Trump's aid

The Comey-Trump meeting came a day after Trump fired Flynn, a retired Army general, for lying to Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with the Russian ambassador to Washington. "I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go", the president told Comey, according to the memo. And Rep. Erik Paulsen (R-MN), whose suburban Minneapolis voted for Clinton by nearly 10 percentage points a year ago, echoed the call for "an independent investigation that the ...

Author: 0 Secret Republican Senate Talks Shaping Health Care Legislation

Critics, however, say no one is required to have a vehicle or to own a home. Republican leaders have made it clear that the Senate legislation that ultimately emerges will look very different from the bill that narrowly cleared the House.

Author: 0 New cyber chaos appears to have been avoided in Europe: Europol

Digital recently confirmed that the recent NHS cyber attack used the Wanna Decryptor ransomware to infect the systems of at least 24 United Kingdom trusts. Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said it has not been affected by the attack but Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust communications manager Roy Probert said the trust is still remaining vigilant.

Author: 0 Spread of 'WannaCry' malware: experts warn against fresh wave of attacks

While a United Kingdom security researcher managed to stop the spread of the virus, hackers have issued new versions that cybersecurity organizations are trying to counter and stamp out. Russian Railways: State media said a virus attacked the IT system of Russian Railways, but it did not affect operations due to a prompt response. NHS Digital said health trusts across England were sent details of an IT security patch that would have protected them from the attack.

Author: 0 Global Cyber Attack's Effects Still Reverberating Days Later

OXFORD hospitals are "remaining vigilant" after the cyber attack hit the NHS and businesses across the world. More than 200 000 victims in 150 countries and regions were afflicted by the attacks with Russian Federation and the United Kingdom the worst hit.

Medical 2 killed in tornadoes in Wisconsin and Oklahoma; 25 hurt
Author: 0 2 killed in tornadoes in Wisconsin and Oklahoma; 25 hurt

NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Officials say a tornado has touched down in a rural area of southwestern Oklahoma with no injuries or damage reported. "A tornado passed in five States Tuesday night, including in Kansas, Nebraska, Oklahoma , Texas, and Wisconsin ".

Medical School in Kenilworth has its own Relay for Life
Author: 0 School in Kenilworth has its own Relay for Life

The whole event will be streamed online, with the link placed on the Relay for Life Facebook page. Our guy, Principal Chisum, is one scrappy competitor. The money goes toward the American Cancer Society to fund research, education, programs and services. Almost 1.7 million new cases of cancer are expected to be diagnosed in 2017, according to the American Cancer Society.

Author: 0 NSA Told Microsoft of Flaw Before Ransomware Attack

Vox also called on the public to update their Windows operating systems to avoid security problems. Software manufacturers often provide updates or patches to their products after they discover such a flaw, to prevent cyber-criminals from exploiting it.

Medical Fidget spinner safety: Doctor warns parents to monitor their child's usage
Author: 0 Fidget spinner safety: Doctor warns parents to monitor their child's usage

They cost anywhere around $5.00 to $25.00, and sometimes they cost more. In addition, being allowed to move increased their cognitive arousal and alertness. The district also released a statement that read, "We do not have policy regarding fidgets and they have not been an issue". The story cites "reports by local media" as saying that the purported incident took place while students were racing their fidget spinners in a classroom.

Medical Abbott: Texas 'Sanctuary Cities' Law Won't Spark Racial Profiling
Author: 0 Abbott: Texas 'Sanctuary Cities' Law Won't Spark Racial Profiling

It also allows officers to ask about a person's immigration status during routine stops. Texas Senator Bob Hall (R-Edgewood) was the only lawmaker in the Senate to vote against a bill that would crowdfund money to deal with the state's backlog of thousands of untested rape kits.

Medical Starbucks Testing Coffee Ice Cubes
Author: 0 Starbucks Testing Coffee Ice Cubes

For an extra 80 cents , you won't have to worry about your Starbucks coffee getting watered down. Of course, considering Starbucks drinks already cost a small fortune before adding 80 cent ice cubes, you still might be more inclined to simply make them yourself at home.

Medical Kasich: This Is Why I Didn't Endorse Trump
Author: 0 Kasich: This Is Why I Didn't Endorse Trump

Rob Portman told me. That's why I think these investigations should not just be about the Comey memo. Kasich caught the ire of many Republicans when he refused to endorse Trump after dropping out of the race for the GOP nomination for president.

Medical No Baahubali 2 For Children Under 16 in Singapore?
Author: 0 No Baahubali 2 For Children Under 16 in Singapore?

It was always a given that the film will release in two parts. However, Aamir decided not to release the film after Pakistan censor board asked the director to omit the scenes featuring Indian flag and Indian national anthem. Baahubali 2is roaring, raging and setting the box office on fire. Having already amassed over Rs.1,400 crore worldwide and counting, " Baahubali 2 " is the biggest Indian grossing film.

Author: 0 Quiz the leaders: Join the audience for May v Corbyn

Labour would also like to maintain membership of certain European organisations, including the EMA. Meanwhile, successive governments have missed their deficit targets. "What we see from Labour's proposals today is they don't add up and their nonsensical economic policies mean that it is ordinary working families that would pay the price of Labour's coalition of chaos".

Medical General Motors to pull out of South Africa
Author: 0 General Motors to pull out of South Africa

As GM moved to consolidate Indian manufacturing at its Talegaon assembly plant, the company ceased manufacturing at its Halol assembly plant on April 28, 2017. South Africa informed employees and unions of the announcements this morning and will begin the formal consultation process with them immediately.

Medical Patients of older doctors have higher mortality rates, study finds
Author: 0 Patients of older doctors have higher mortality rates, study finds

However, patient death rates crept up at a regular pace as physicians got older. Jena: Because we were concerned about the possibility that older doctors might treat sicker patients and as a result their outcomes might be worse, not because of the care that was provided by the doctors, but because of the effect that these patients were sicker and at a higher risk of mortality.

Medical Your lack of sleep is making you ugly
Author: 0 Your lack of sleep is making you ugly

It can even put people off socialising with you, reports the BBC . "This is a clear illustration that reduced sleep may also have serious social consequences". "These findings suggest that ... people are less inclined to interact with a sleep-deprived individual", researchers concluded in the paper. "Most people can cope just fine if they miss out on a bit of sleep now and again".

Author: 0 Pakistan can not execute Kulbhushan Jadhav till the court rules on case: ICJ

In addition, Pakistan attended because of its conviction that the only way to resolve all outstanding issues is through peaceful means, the statement added. The ICJ also denied permission to Pakistan to play a purported "confessional" video of Jadhav at the public hearing in Hague. On the question of consular access to Jadhav, Baglay reiterated that India had already made 16 requests, and said it was up to Pakistan to decide on them.

Medical Unsafe parasite showing up in sushi and raw fish, study says
Author: 0 Unsafe parasite showing up in sushi and raw fish, study says

They say well-trained sushi chefs can usually see parasites during preparation and remove them. There, doctors out of the Hospital of Egas Moniz in Lisbon learned that he had eaten sushi. It also lives in human bodies. Another study in Spain found that almost 56% of blue whiting fish sold in five chain supermarkets showed infestation, Carmo said.

Author: 0 'It's Falling Out Of The Trees,' Former Prosecutor Says Of Obstruction Evidence

Ms. Shiflett's president should clearly be investigated for obstruction of justice . "I think our congressional delegation is really trying to stay focused on the things that matter most, which is the agenda ", Boyd Matheson, president of the Sutherland Institute, said, listing issues such as Bears Ears National Monument and health care.

Medical Drone films devastation wreaked by deadly tornado in Oklahoma
Author: 0 Drone films devastation wreaked by deadly tornado in Oklahoma

The majority of damage occurred on the south side of the city, the Elk City Police Department said in a statement. Mikles had reportedly made a decision to leave his mobile home to seek shelter right before the tornado hit. He also said the storm destroyed 40 homes and damaged 50 to 75 others severely. Multiple people were trapped in homes after a tornado touched down south of Elk City.

Author: 0 2 dead after tornadoes touch down in Wisconsin, Oklahoma

He said he and his wife drove away to safety and returned just after the twister left the area to find the park in ruins. The first one died when the tornado hit a moveable home park in Wisconsin and the other died when a twister smashed a housing division in Oklahoma .

Medical Huffman wins from breakaway in Stage 4 of Tour of California
Author: 0 Huffman wins from breakaway in Stage 4 of Tour of California

They raced through Montecito and Carpinteria and alongside Lake Casitas. Sagan, the 2015 Tour of California victor, bided his time in the peloton before accelerating through traffic in the final half-mile to win the gruelling 119.6-mile (192.5-kilometer) stage, which had begun in Pismo Beach.

Medical 'Fat But Fit' Study Finds There Isn't Really Such a Thing
Author: 0 'Fat But Fit' Study Finds There Isn't Really Such a Thing

Researchers have reaffirmed that having a higher mass index contributes to the development of heart disease . Over recent years, a number of studies have indicated people can be overweight or obese, but still remain "metabolically healthy", meaning they do not have the conditions that normally go alongside obesity, such as high blood pressure, abnormal blood fats, poor blood sugar control or diabetes.

Medical Brother of victim in unsolved Ohio massacre appears in court
Author: 0 Brother of victim in unsolved Ohio massacre appears in court

On Friday and Saturday, several state and county investigators were searching a farm in Adams County, roughly 10 miles away from the Rhoden family massacre scene. The state attorney general's office accused James Manley of destroying the device being used in the investigation of the slayings. His phone is disconnected, and online court records don't list an attorney for him.