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Medical Sauber and Honda pull plug on 2018 deal
Author: 0 Sauber and Honda pull plug on 2018 deal

Sauber's decision to terminate their contract with Honda casts fresh doubt over the Japanese manufacturer's long-term future in the sport, with McLaren , their only other partner on the grid, also considering their options for next year.

Medical Regular alcohol consumption could cut diabetes risk, study finds
Author: 0 Regular alcohol consumption could cut diabetes risk, study finds

For both men and women, seven or more glasses of wine per week lowered the risk of diabetes by 25% - 30% compared with having less than one drink of wine. However, it's more common to develop type 2 diabetes as an adult than type 1 diabetes, which usually develops during childhood. Questionnaires asked survey respondents to give details about their drinking patterns, whether they're abstainers, lifetime and current to reduce the risk of bias as a result of those who abstain because ...

Medical Lanane: US Senate health care debate could be disastrous for Hoosiers
Author: 0 Lanane: US Senate health care debate could be disastrous for Hoosiers

That has implications for the economy beyond health care. He campaigned on "bringing back coal jobs to Eastern Kentucky". It will also include digital ads pushing the pledge. The gap in healthcare access between poor and higher-income residents in the United States is closing thanks to the Affordable Care Act, a new study suggests.

Medical (NYSE:LUV) reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.24 per share
Author: 0 (NYSE:LUV) reported adjusted quarterly profit of $1.24 per share

Ancillary services unmatched by other airlines such as WiFi on the plane, transportation of pets, and EarlyBird Check-In. ( NYSE:SD ), 1 have Buy rating , 2 Sell and 3 Hold. Blackrock Japan Limited owns 8,950 shares. The stock was sold at an average price of $59.15, for a total value of $492,246.30. The insider Anschell Jonathan sold 32,788 shares worth $2.22 million.

Medical Anthony Scaramucci on Reince Priebus: 'Some Brothers Are Like Cain and Abel'
Author: 0 Anthony Scaramucci on Reince Priebus: 'Some Brothers Are Like Cain and Abel'

Scaramucci appears to be giving voice to Trump's frustration with people in the White House the president believes are slowing down policy efforts, even though Trump has shown a pattern of repeatedly stepping on his own efforts on health care, job creation and other initiatives with unplanned tweets on topics such as Russian Federation, transgender troops and unfounded allegations of voter fraud.

Medical Chicago is Full of New
Author: 0 Chicago is Full of New "Cubs" Following World Series Title

Last fall, the Chicago Cubs won their first World Series in 108 years. Doctors say it's hard to say for sure, but Chicago might be in a championship baby boom . Recognizing their role in the boom, some Cubs players on Wednesday visited Advocate, to bring gifts for newborns like Theo, who (you guessed it) was named after Theo Epstein.

Medical Shop tax-free in Tennessee this weekend
Author: 0 Shop tax-free in Tennessee this weekend

Shoppers can save money on certain items during the annual event. So while a pair of trousers and the belt to hold them up would be tax-free, a decorative belt buckle would be taxed; a new dress and hosiery would be tax-free, but a matching bag and earrings would be taxed.

Medical Former Karnataka Chief Minister N Dharam Singh passes away
Author: 0 Former Karnataka Chief Minister N Dharam Singh passes away

Dharam Singh was the 17th CM of Karnataka who headed the Congress-JD (S) coalition government from May 28, 2004 to February 3, 2006. He was the popular choice in the 2004 alliance between Congress and JD (S). "His dedicated service towards society will be remembered". "My thoughts are with his family & supporters in this sad hour". Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that he was "Saddened by the demise of former Karnataka CM Shri N.

Medical Contaminants found in water supplies across the country
Author: 0 Contaminants found in water supplies across the country

Some 93 chemical agents linked to an increased risk of cancer were detected in more than 40,000 systems and their levels exceeded established federal or state health guidelines which are not legally enforceable. The Environmental Working Group's (EWG) new national Tap Water Database is the most complete source available on the quality of US drinking water, aggregating and analyzing data from nearly 50,000 public water systems in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Medical Can Alcohol Boost Memory? Study Finds Booze Increases Retention Power
Author: 0 Can Alcohol Boost Memory? Study Finds Booze Increases Retention Power

The following day, all the participants were once again put to carry out the word-learning task. Professor Celia Morgan, who led the study said that their research not only showed that those who drank alcojol did better when repeating the word-learning task, but that this effect was stronger among those who drank more.

Medical Yemen cholera outbreak tops 400000, draws high-level United Nations visit
Author: 0 Yemen cholera outbreak tops 400000, draws high-level United Nations visit

The executive directors of the WHO, UNICEF and the WFP arrived in Yemen on Monday, visiting the southern province of Aden and the country's capital, Sana'a. The 2017 Humanitarian Needs Overview reports that access to safe drinking water represents one of the main priorities for affected populations, with no information however on how many people are in need and how situation has changed since the onset of the conflict.

Medical First Gene Editing In Human Embryos In The US
Author: 0 First Gene Editing In Human Embryos In The US

Scientists in China have published similar studies with mixed results. For ethical reasons, the embryos were not allowed to develop for more than a few days . The U.S. intelligence community past year called CRISPR a potential "weapon of mass destruction ". Mitalipov did not confirm the results of the test, telling the MIT Technology Review that they are still " pending publication ".

Medical Judge approves end-of-life plan for Charlie Gard
Author: 0 Judge approves end-of-life plan for Charlie Gard

This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. The couple, who are in their 30s and come from Bedfont, west London , had asked Mr Justice Francis to rule that Charlie should be allowed to undergo a therapy trial in NY.

Medical Starts spraying for mosquitoes after West Nile discovered
Author: 0 Starts spraying for mosquitoes after West Nile discovered

The Saginaw County Mosquito Abatement Commission has found an increase in West Nile virus in portions of Saginaw County. As the weather warms each spring, public health professionals begin a weekly process of trapping and testing mosquitoes for WNV, a mosquito-borne disease which can infect humans, horses and birds.

Medical Trump administration argues against gay rights protections in court battle
Author: 0 Trump administration argues against gay rights protections in court battle

The Justice Department brief says the law does not define "sex", but its common ordinary usage is that it means biologically male or female. The Trump administration's filing is unusual in part because the Justice Department isn't a party in the case, and the department doesn't typically weigh in on private employment lawsuits.

Medical ECDC highlights need to scale-up efforts for eliminating viral hepatitis in Europe
Author: 0 ECDC highlights need to scale-up efforts for eliminating viral hepatitis in Europe

The study attempted to assess whether DAAs reduce Hepatitis C-related morbidity and mortality in clinical trials, concluding: "We could neither confirm nor reject that DAAs had any clinical effects". It is estimated by World Health Organisation that 71 million people around the world have chronic hepatitis C infection. Isaac Adewole, has called on stakeholders in the health sector to create more awareness on dangers posed by viral hepatitis.

Medical Blood Donors To Get Target Gift Cards
Author: 0 Blood Donors To Get Target Gift Cards

Donation appointments and completion of a RapidPass online health history questionnaire are encouraged to help reduce the time it takes to donate.As a special thank-you, those who come out to give blood or platelets with the Red Cross through August 31 will be emailed a $5 Target e-gift card.Upcoming blood donation opportunities include:WilsonJuly 27 - 9 a.m.

Medical Dead, Many Feared Trapped In Mumbai Building Collapse
Author: 0 Dead, Many Feared Trapped In Mumbai Building Collapse

The chief minister said the Mumbai civic body is also coming up with a procedure under which building permissions will be issued without delay. The building's owner was detained by police on Tuesday, and is due to appear at a local court on Wednesday accused of endangering life and causing grievous hurt.

Medical State urges vigilance against mosquito-borne virus Zika
Author: 0 State urges vigilance against mosquito-borne virus Zika

That would make it the first locally transmitted case in Texas this year. EDINBURG - A man in Hidalgo County has been found with signs of the Zika virus, but he showed no symptoms of the illness, Rio Grande Valley health officials said Wednesday.

Medical Terminally-ill United Kingdom baby to spend final days in hospice
Author: 0 Terminally-ill United Kingdom baby to spend final days in hospice

Great Ormond Street bosses wanted Charlie to stay at a hospice for a shorter period. "What if it was your child", Connie Yates shouted at the hearing before storming out in tears. Great Ormond Street said it had "moved heaven and earth" to find a hospice willing to take Charlie but even so his death must take place on the day he arrives, for insurance reasons.

Medical Sussex experts make bold new claim over antibiotics
Author: 0 Sussex experts make bold new claim over antibiotics

Experts say that antibiotics are vital to modern medicine and antibiotic resistance is a global, urgent threat to human health . "The evidence for shorter courses of antibiotics being equal to longer courses, in terms of cure or outcome, is generally good, although more studies would help".

Medical The UK's Highest Court Just Ruled That Employment Tribunal Fees Are Unlawful
Author: 0 The UK's Highest Court Just Ruled That Employment Tribunal Fees Are Unlawful

The government will now have to pay back the £ 27m that it took in employment tribunal fees between 2012 and 2016. Tribunal fees were introduced in July. If, for example, fees of £390 have to be paid in order to pursue a claim worth £500 (such as the median award in claims for unlawful deductions from wages), no sensible person will pursue the claim unless he can be virtually certain that he will succeed in his claim, that the award will include the reimbursement of the fees, and that the ...

Medical Seven civilians killed in blast in north Sinai
Author: 0 Seven civilians killed in blast in north Sinai

Inside the vehicle there were four gunmen and 200lbs of explosives, a spokesman for the Egyptian army said . As the tank retreated the vehicle exploded in a huge ball of flame, sending a shockwave rippling through the desert. A military source told AFP that soldiers were staying put in locations they cleared of the militants, rather than withdrawing as in past campaigns.

Medical Satellite view of a compact Hurricane Hilary
Author: 0 Satellite view of a compact Hurricane Hilary

Maximum sustained winds have increased to 63 miles per hour with gusts to 74 miles per hour. Such a storm would be rated as a Category 3 storm on the Saffir-Simpson 1 to 5 scale. this morning, moving W at 11.5 miles per hour. Tropics Update: A wave in the far eastern Atlantic could show slow organization over the next five days, but development will be pretty low due to dry air.

Medical Gulp. Sugary Drinks Linked to 'Deep' Fat
Author: 0 Gulp. Sugary Drinks Linked to 'Deep' Fat

Perhaps the high amounts of sugar in these drinks contributes to insulin resistance, or a reduced ability of body cells to take up sugar from the blood, and this contributes to the development of visceral fat , said study co-leader Dr. Sugar-sweetened beverages like soda hold much of the blame for America's obesity epidemic. It's impossible to avoid sugar nowadays and whether it's in your food or in your drink, it's hard to get away from it.

Medical NIA arrests 7 Hurriyat leaders accused of funding Kashmir protests
Author: 0 NIA arrests 7 Hurriyat leaders accused of funding Kashmir protests

Another source within the state said, Jammu and Kashmir Police had sought more time for NIA action citing law and order problem, implying arrest during the Burhan Wani death anniversary falling on 8th July, may lead to further unrest. The Hurriyat-an amalgam of political and religious parties fighting for Kashmir's independence-said the arrests were "revengeful, arbitrary and illegal" and called for mass strikes on Tuesday.

Medical Charmee Gets No Relief from High Court
Author: 0 Charmee Gets No Relief from High Court

Terming the ongoing media tirade against her as malicious, malafide and false propaganda, she said she has been victimised, and her reputation damaged by unnecessarily connecting her with issues unconnected to her. Excise Enforcement Director Akun Sabharwal had said no samples were collected without the written consent of those summoned for questioning. But SIT has been saying the same that they are not taking samples when they refuse to provide as they didn't take the samples from Navadeep ...

Medical Just 150 more cases of measles could cost the United States $2.1 million
Author: 0 Just 150 more cases of measles could cost the United States $2.1 million

EVEN a slight drop in the number of children receiving measles vaccinations could triple the number of cases of the disease, according to a USA study released on Monday. The researchers calibrated and validated their model using past measles transmission and outbreak data from the US, England, and Wales. If vaccination rates fall below 90% " herd immunity " is undermined.

Medical South African Child's Case Offers New Hope for HIV Cure
Author: 0 South African Child's Case Offers New Hope for HIV Cure

Current treatments keep HIV under control but must be taken lifelong. It found HIV-positive men who were on daily anti-retroviral treatment that made the virus undetectable did not transmit HIV to their partners. "For many years. people with HIV have felt stigma in different ways and have been viewed by doctors or other community members as potential passers-on of something which is quite serious", he told the ABC.

Medical South African Child
Author: 0 South African Child "Functionally Cured" Of HIV For Nine Years

This was partly due to more HIV-infected pregnant women - 76 per cent past year - having access to drugs blocking virus transmission to their offspring. Another case was described in 2015, in which the child started anti-HIV therapy at age 3 month and kept the virus under control for 11 years counting.

Medical Bank of England warns on 'spiral of complacency'
Author: 0 Bank of England warns on 'spiral of complacency'

Speaking at the University of Liverpool's Institute for Risk and Uncertainty , he said in the past year, outstanding auto loans, credit card balances and personal loans have increased by 10 per cent, while lenders' risk assessments on how much capital they need to put aside have dropped.

Medical Walking the Dog, All the Way to Better Health
Author: 0 Walking the Dog, All the Way to Better Health

Regular dog walkers were more active even on the shortest days than either of the other two groups. To do that they got 3123 people aged 49 to 91 to wear pedometers for seven consecutive days during waking hours, at some point between September 2006 and December 2011.

Medical Yemen cholera deaths expected to double by year's end: ICRC
Author: 0 Yemen cholera deaths expected to double by year's end: ICRC

The President of the ICRC Peter Maurer said: "The great tragedy is that this cholera outbreak is preventable, man-made humanitarian catastrophe". In a statement, the Committee said one in every forty five Yemenis are feared to contract the disease by December.

Medical Pass on this papaya linked to deadly outbreak, CDC says
Author: 0 Pass on this papaya linked to deadly outbreak, CDC says

Investigators are tracing the supply chain to see where the papayas were contaminated. Among those reporting illness, symptoms began between May 17 and June 28. Samples collected from these infected people and the grocery store (left unnamed) were reported to test positive for Salmonella Kiambu and Salmonella Thompson.

Medical It's been a long journey to discover the elusive Hoodwinker Sunfish
Author: 0 It's been a long journey to discover the elusive Hoodwinker Sunfish

Researchers then started a study to investigate further about these mysterious genes, and this study continued for more than four years. "The puzzle became a picture", Nyegaard told ScienceAlert . " The new species managed to evade discovery for almost three centuries by "hiding" in a messy history of sunfish taxonomy, partially because they are so hard to preserve and study, even for natural history museums", Nyegaard said.

Author: 0 At least 4 dead, dozens trapped in Mumbai building collapse

The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation's (BMC) disaster management team said that they received a call about the incident at around 10:43 am. Fourteen fire engines, one rescue van and an ambulance have been rushed to the spot. Residents gather near the debris at the site of the collapse in Ghatkopar. Each of the floor in the building were occupied by three to four families.

Medical Stubbs the cat, longtime mayor of an Alaska town, dies at 20
Author: 0 Stubbs the cat, longtime mayor of an Alaska town, dies at 20

In his uncontested 20 year run, Stubbs was no stranger to being hit by fake news attacks . But by late 2016, he was largely staying at home instead of being out and about at local Nagley's General Store. Stubbs' career wasn't completely free of controversy, though. In 2013, a dog mauled Stubbs, leaving him a punctured lung, a fractured sternum and 5-inch gash on his side, CNN reported .

Medical Horse dies from West Nile virus in Clark Co
Author: 0 Horse dies from West Nile virus in Clark Co

The first case of West Nile Virus in a person in Denton County, a Little Elm resident, was reported last week . "West Nile is always a concern in the late summer, early fall here in North Dakota", Iszler said. Be Aware of Peak Mosquito Hours: The hours from dusk to dawn are peak biting times for many mosquitoes. DEET All Day, Every Day: Whenever you're outside, use insect repellents that contain DEET or other EPA approved repellents and follow instructions.

Medical Switching gender to be made easier
Author: 0 Switching gender to be made easier

Adults will be able to choose their sex legally without the need for a medical diagnosis of gender dysphoria under government plans. "The Gender Recognition Act forces people to jump through hoops and undergo deeply personal and intimate examination of their life including medical evidence and, if you're married, a declaration from your spouse in order to gain a Gender Recognition Certificate (GRC)".

Author: 0 Could cancer drugs find a cure for HIV?

This is the third case of a child with HIV who has remained healthy for a lengthy period of time without treatment. Research by the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which sponsored the study, has previously found that early treatment boosts children's survival rates.

Medical Real Madrid wing-back Danilo chooses Manchester City over Chelsea
Author: 0 Real Madrid wing-back Danilo chooses Manchester City over Chelsea

Neither outfit has revealed Danilo's transfer fee, but reports in Brazil say City are to pay 36 million euros for the defender , who leaves Real after two years in Madrid. He hopes to enjoy similar success with the Blues, adding: "Collectively it was a great season because the team won LaLiga and the Champions League".

Medical Former ISRO Chairman UR rao passes away in Bengaluru
Author: 0 Former ISRO Chairman UR rao passes away in Bengaluru

A Renowned Indian space scientist and former ISRO chairman U.R. Rao passed away in Bengaluru in the early hours of Monday, said a space agency official. He also initiated the development of the geostationary launch vehicle or GSLV and the development of cryogenic technology in 1991. Rao was serving as the chairman of the governing council of the Physical Research Laboratory and the chancellor of the Indian Institute of Science and Technology now in Thiruvananthapuram.

Medical International Monetary Fund cuts 2017 growth forecasts for United Kingdom and US
Author: 0 International Monetary Fund cuts 2017 growth forecasts for United Kingdom and US

The IMF in June shaved its forecasts for U.S. growth to 2.1 percent for 2017 and 2018, slightly down from projections of 2.3 percent and 2.5 percent, respectively, just three months ago. The Treasury insisted the fundamentals of the United Kingdom economy are strong, with employment at a record high and the deficit down by three quarters since 2009.

Medical World's oldest manatee dies in Florida at 69
Author: 0 World's oldest manatee dies in Florida at 69

The three other manatees in rehabilitation at the museum - Baca, Gale and Randall - "are all fine", according to museum officials. He turned 69 years old on Friday and his annual birthday celebration at the museum took place Saturday. A necropsy will be performed at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's Marine Mammal Pathobiology Laboratory in St. Petersburg, Florida.

Medical Baby Charlie protesters to rally as hospital reports threats
Author: 0 Baby Charlie protesters to rally as hospital reports threats

Charlie's parents want the 11-month-old, who has brain damage and suffers from a rare genetic condition, to receive experimental treatment in the USA. Some have even gathered outside of the Great Ormond Street Hospital to protest the institution's desire to remove Charlie from life support , effectively ending his life.

Medical Senate rule deals setback to Republican healthcare bill
Author: 0 Senate rule deals setback to Republican healthcare bill

We thought they didn't have the votes, but it turns out they really don't have the votes. Getting rid of the essential health benefits for Medicaid in 2020. On the wonky side of the ledger, the big blow is the exclusion of a provision called the " Six-Month Lock Out ", a measure imposing a waiting period for people applying for initial individual insurance policies.

Medical Former Doordarshan news anchor dies after coconut tree falls on her
Author: 0 Former Doordarshan news anchor dies after coconut tree falls on her

The incident was captured on a CCTV camera near Chandrodaya Society in Swastik Park . She is now in the ICU at the Sushrut Hospital. 58-yr-old Kanchan Nath was a former presenter for DD; husband blames BMC for not heeding complaints to cut old tree, to file police complaint for negligence.