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Medical Target recalls 4-drawer dressers that could harm children
Author: 0 Target recalls 4-drawer dressers that could harm children

According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission there have been 12 reports of dressers tipping or collapsing, including tipping over on two three-year-old children. The recall was issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPC) on September 13. The model number 249-05-0103 (black), 249-05-0106 (espresso) or 249-0500109 (maple) is printed on the product's packaging.

Medical Why tattoos could give you cancer
Author: 0 Why tattoos could give you cancer

Most tattoo inks contain organic pigments, but also include preservatives and contaminants like nickel, chromium, manganese or cobalt. The immune system is a combination of network cells, tissues, and organs that protect our body. Tattoos could give you cancer, new research suggests. Scientists in Grenoble, joined by colleagues at the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment in Berlin , used X-ray fluorescence measurements to identify particles in the skin and the lymph nodes, ...

Medical Muscogee County School District to reopen Wednesday
Author: 0 Muscogee County School District to reopen Wednesday

Lewis replied in an email, "A recommendation to the Board of Education regarding if and when school make-up days might occur due to the storm will be forthcoming in the days ahead". Power has been restored at North Columbia Elementary School and that school will open again on Wednesday. But the district's calendar only includes one of these days in the schedule.

Medical San Diego Is Power Washing Its Streets To Stop An Outbreak
Author: 0 San Diego Is Power Washing Its Streets To Stop An Outbreak

Officials with the City of San Diego said 15 people have died in the city from a Hepatitis A outbreak that is mainly affecting the homeless population. "It makes sense that, if they're doing it there and they haven't had any cases, it could be beneficial here as well". "The issue is getting people, especially those who might be living on the street, into care and getting the series (of shots)", Saag adds.

Medical The Obama Foundation is hosting a civics 'training day' in Boston
Author: 0 The Obama Foundation is hosting a civics 'training day' in Boston

Former president Barack Obama has been making random steps back into the public eye after leaving the White House, but now the ex-prez is returning to his community roots with a new leadership summit . The former president will be joined at the summit by his wife, former first lady Michelle Obama. Over the last nine months, the Foundation has been soliciting input from people in Chicago, all over the country, and around the world to learn about what's working in your communities and to ...

Medical Centre to act on petrol, diesel price hike: Minister
Author: 0 Centre to act on petrol, diesel price hike: Minister

The price of petrol in Delhi, for instance, has cumulatively increased by nearly Rs. 5 since the introduction of the daily pricing policy on June 16 this year. " GST is the only way to have a rational price mechanism for petroleum products. the industry has been demanding it and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (who heads the GST Council) is very interested to have it", Pradhan said, pointing to the substantial difference in prices between Delhi and Mumbai , for instance, on account of local ...

Medical Aung San Suu Kyi cancels trip to United Nations amid growing Rohingya crisis
Author: 0 Aung San Suu Kyi cancels trip to United Nations amid growing Rohingya crisis

The U.N. refugee agency says the number of Rohingya refugees that have fled recent violence in Myanmar has spiked to about 370,000. "This is a political issue", he said . The UN Security Council is to meet on Wednesday behind closed doors for the second time since the latest crisis erupted. At a public meeting held at the Numaish Grounds on Sunday, which was attended by several Islamic scholars and Deputy Chief Minister Mohammed Mahmood Ali, Maulana Hamed Mohammed Khan, the president of the ...

Medical Americans pause to remember September 11 victims
Author: 0 Americans pause to remember September 11 victims

The American Airlines Boeing 767, which was loaded with 20,000 gallons of jet fuel, crashed into the north tower of the World Trade Center (WTC), burning a hole near the 80th floor of the 110-story skyscraper, instantly killing hundreds and trapping hundreds of others in higher floors.

Medical Hurricane Irma: See the storm's wind and rain blast Florida
Author: 0 Hurricane Irma: See the storm's wind and rain blast Florida

As Hurricane Irma continued upward through Florida toward Georgia Monday, Hurricane Jose lingered in its wake. Jacksonville - the largest city geographically in the country - is grappling with a record storm surge and will get slammed with severe flash flooding before Irma continues her destructive northward march to Georgia and beyond.

Medical Counting of votes for DUSU polls underway
Author: 0 Counting of votes for DUSU polls underway

All the students are eagerly waiting to know the Delhi University Election Results. So, stay tune for all the latest updates. The court had then said that the university was "stigmatising" the student and asked how a warning could be termed a disciplinary action.

Medical Korea ambassador over nuclear tests
Author: 0 Korea ambassador over nuclear tests

Han said Washington "fabricated the most vicious sanction resolution", news agencies reported. The initial US resolution had included a ban on oil exports to North Korea , which would have severely crippled the isolated nation's economy, and a freeze on the personal assets of its leader, Kim Jong Un.

Medical Boyfriend Of Slain Fargo Woman Awarded Custody Of Child
Author: 0 Boyfriend Of Slain Fargo Woman Awarded Custody Of Child

Two people who lived in the building are charged with conspiracy to commit murder and kidnapping. Their lawyers have declined comment. The search for LaFontaine-Greywind continued, and her body was found in the Red River on Sunday, Aug.

Medical North Korea, US delegates exchange fiery remarks on United Nations sanctions
Author: 0 North Korea, US delegates exchange fiery remarks on United Nations sanctions

The sanctions fell short of the original USA demand for banning foreign travel by North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and freezing his assets. The council also froze the assets of three additional entities: the Central Military Commission, the powerful Organization and Guidance Department that directs key personnel appointments and the Propaganda and Agitation Department, which oversees the North's media and its censorship.

Medical Roy Hodgson appointed as Crystal Palace manager
Author: 0 Roy Hodgson appointed as Crystal Palace manager

The 70-year-old isn't an overly inspiring choice after a disappointing spell with the Three Lions, in which his last match saw them humiliated by Iceland at UEFA Euro 2016. "I am very excited to be back in club football", added a delighted Hodgson. "It's a good day for me, I'm very happy and looking forward to hopefully getting down to work and trying to help us get some points in the league and climb up the table".

Medical SC puts cap of 500 firecracker shops for Delhi
Author: 0 SC puts cap of 500 firecracker shops for Delhi

The Bench, while capping the number of temporary licences to 500, has also directed the Delhi police to reduce the grant of temporary licences by about 50% of the number of licences granted in 2016. The court urged the Delhi government and other authorities to consider encouraging fireworks display through community participation rather than individual bursting of fireworks.

Medical Continuous Sitting for Most of the Day May Increase Mortality Risk
Author: 0 Continuous Sitting for Most of the Day May Increase Mortality Risk

But logging sedentary time in shorter bouts of sitting "is the least harmful pattern of accumulation". Now, there's more evidence on how important it is to get up and move around on a regular basis. "The longer the better, the more intense the better", said Diaz. "Bout duration is a little trickier", said Diaz. But after tracking subjects for four years, they found that people who get up every 30 minutes were the least likely to have died during the period of the study.

Medical Rohingya rebels call one-month ceasefire as exodus grows
Author: 0 Rohingya rebels call one-month ceasefire as exodus grows

Some 40,000 Rohingyas have settled in India and 16,000 of them have received refugee documentation, he said . Zeid Ra'ad, the UN's high commissioner for human rights, accused Myanmar authorities of acting in a "clearly disproportionate" manner, "without regards for basic principles of worldwide law", on Monday.

Medical Top Ryan officials held; cops say evidence was tampered
Author: 0 Top Ryan officials held; cops say evidence was tampered

Neerja Batra, the acting principal of the school , is now hospitalised. A decision to install closed-circuit television in all classrooms, stairways, galleries, washrooms, and other open spaces in all schools was also taken. The incident occurred on Saturday in Rao's High School in Ramchandrapuram on the outskirts of Hyderabad, but came to light yesterday after a video of the girl describing the sequence of the events went viral.

Medical AIMPLB hints at referendum of Muslim women over triple talaq
Author: 0 AIMPLB hints at referendum of Muslim women over triple talaq

The law board felt that a review plea may throw open more religious practices like polygamy to judicial scrutiny.This was decided during the AIMPLB executive committee meeting on Sunday. "We reiterate that the sanctity of belief and practices in personal/matrimonial relations in Islamic laws can not be treated differently from the belief and practices in personal matrimonial relationship by the other citizens of India who follow their own custom and practice and they have this protection".

Medical Oil mixed amidst Irma demand fears, Saudi cut extension talks
Author: 0 Oil mixed amidst Irma demand fears, Saudi cut extension talks

While some oil processing has recovered, 6 percent of US capacity still remains shut. The extra storage, which the Japanese government announced in July, will help Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, as it battles to keep customers in northern Asia amid a global glut and relatively low prices.

Medical Floridians Flee to CT to Escape from Hurricane Irma
Author: 0 Floridians Flee to CT to Escape from Hurricane Irma

At Miami International, thousands of travelers showed up early Friday morning uncertain if their flight would even leave. Airlines and airports operate preparedness plans in 72, 48 and 24 hour markers, evacuating aircraft and personnel and preparing stations as part of a methodical checklist ahead of a storm's arrival, according to Ken Jenkins, principal crisis response strategist at NavAid Crisis Consulting Group.

Medical AIADMK's crucial general council meeting today
Author: 0 AIADMK's crucial general council meeting today

He also filed an application seeking an interim order staying the meeting. Sitting as late as 9:15 p.m. and delivering their verdict in a packed court hall, a Division Bench of Justices Rajiv Shakder and Abdul Quddhose concurred with the decision taken by Justice C.V.

Medical Campylobacter Puppies Linked to Outbreak Traced to Petland
Author: 0 Campylobacter Puppies Linked to Outbreak Traced to Petland

The CDC says epidemiologic and laboratory evidence indicates puppies sold at Petland are a likely source of the outbreak and the store chain is cooperating with health officials to address the outbreak. More than 200 cities and counties have enacted laws that ban pet shops from selling so-called puppy mill puppies, and Petland is now the only major national chain selling dogs from commercial breeders.

Medical Two people in Windsor, Ont. die from West Nile virus
Author: 0 Two people in Windsor, Ont. die from West Nile virus

The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit says it has received two separate reports of death attributed to the virus within the last week. Mosquito-borne illness is more common during late summer and TDH recommends taking simple steps to avoid mosquito bites and help prevent mosquito-borne illnesses.

Medical Dogs in the bed may be preventing quality sleep
Author: 0 Dogs in the bed may be preventing quality sleep

Lois Krahn, a sleep medicine specialist at the Center for Sleep Medicine on Mayo Clinic's Arizona campus, and an author of the study, said that most people believe that having the dog in the bedroom can disrupt sleep. In the United Kingdom, dogs are known as the most popular pet. So let them snooze at the foot of the bed or on a pillow nearby, but cuddling up under the duvet as though your cat is a soft toy won't do the same wonders for the quality of your rest.

Author: 0 Pakistan, Iran stress political solution in Afghanistan

Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi said on Sunday that Asif's official visit to Tehran was aimed at holding talks with senior Iranian officials on leading mutual, regional and worldwide developments. The foreign minister planned his four-nation tour of China, Russia, Iran and Turkey two weeks after US President Donald Trump lambasted Pakistan for allegedly providing shelters to terrorists while announcing Afghan policy.

Medical Red Cross taking donations for hurricane relief
Author: 0 Red Cross taking donations for hurricane relief

One of the students was first-time aid volunteer Gayle Starr of Seattle. "The measure of success for the American Red Cross on this pilot will be to prove that drones can help support, complement and accelerate the work already being done by our tremendous volunteers", said Brad Kieserman, vice president, Disaster Services & Logistics, American Red Cross .

Medical Crude Oil Price Outlook: Risk/Reward Favors Bears
Author: 0 Crude Oil Price Outlook: Risk/Reward Favors Bears

Irma, which is the second hurricane to approach United States in two weeks, could knock out refineries and cause fuel shortages in the next few days. Trading was closed Monday in observance of Labor Day. US crude oil exports are up 9.5 percent from the same period a year ago as Brent remains more expensive than USA barrels.

Medical DNA proves fearsome Viking warrior was a woman
Author: 0 DNA proves fearsome Viking warrior was a woman

Charlotte Hedenstierna-Jonson, an archeologist at Uppsala University , Sweden , who led the investigation, said the woman was somewhere over the age of 30 and "fairly tall too", at 170 centimeters. The Vikings were some of the most terrifying fighters of their time. Hedensternia-Jonson says the Viking woman was likely a warrior herself. Because of the "manly" warrior equipment found in the grave, it was just assumed - rather than proven - that the remains were that of a man.

Medical Bangladesh seeks support to move fleeing Rohingya to remote, flood-prone island
Author: 0 Bangladesh seeks support to move fleeing Rohingya to remote, flood-prone island

The Organisation Of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) on Sunday condemned the Myanmar government for the "systematic brutal acts" against the Rohingya Muslims minority and called upon the government to allow the United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council's fact finding mission to probe into all alleged violations of global human rights law and to bring the perpetrators to justice.

Medical NZ All Whites striker scores winner for Burnley
Author: 0 NZ All Whites striker scores winner for Burnley

Burnley's England global goalkeeper Tom Heaton had to be substituted in the 36th minute after suffering a shoulder injury, handing reserve keeper Nick Pope a Premier League debut. Another tough defeat to take. our luck has to change soon if we play and create the chances we did today! Dann had a fantastic chance at the end of the game, but his header from a Cabaye cross went wide, and Palace ended the game pointless.

Medical Veteran actress BV Radha passes away on Sunday
Author: 0 Veteran actress BV Radha passes away on Sunday

BV Radha has followed his footsteps in death too, by donating her body to the same hospital. Her husband, director KSL Swamy , who passed away on 20 October 2015, had donated his body to MS Ramaiah Medical College. Radha has worked with superstars like Rajkumar, MG Ramachandran, Sivaji Ganesan, Gemini Ganesan, NT Rama Rao and Akkineni Nageswara Rao. She was bestowed with State-level Kanaka Ratna award by the Kanaka Gurupeetha.

Medical AI Can Tell If You're Gay
Author: 0 AI Can Tell If You're Gay

An algorithm associated with the software correctly identified gay men 81% of the time, while it was accurate for 74% of the women it tested. When the chances were increased by allowing it to analyse five images per person, it had a guess success rate of 91% for men and 83% for women.

Medical Thousands join in anti-Brexit march in London
Author: 0 Thousands join in anti-Brexit march in London

MPs will hold a key vote on the legislation, which aims to end European Union law's supremacy in the United Kingdom, on Monday night. The rallying call came after Labour denounced the Great Repeal Bill as an undemocratic "power grab" by ministers.

Medical Hurricane Irma downgraded to Category 3, will regain strength before hitting Florida
Author: 0 Hurricane Irma downgraded to Category 3, will regain strength before hitting Florida

When it reaches the state, Irma will probably have re-strengthened into a Category 4 hurricane , packing destructive 140 miles per hour winds and pushing a projected storm surge of up to 15 feet in some areas. and 6 p.m. CDT, respectively. Hurricane Irma, which is expected to cause havoc in southeastern U.S., has resulted in an evacuation order for over 5 million people throughout Florida, state authorities said .

Medical Barack Obama Surprises Visit At DC's McKinley Technology High School
Author: 0 Barack Obama Surprises Visit At DC's McKinley Technology High School

The students sat in a circle and gasped to see former President, Obama also sat with the students and told the students that wherever he traveled across the world he made a point of meeting with youth. 'Just to kind of hear from them, find out what they're interested in, because I do believe that most of the problems we have are going to be solved by you'.

Medical How to 'Take a Minute, Change a Life'
Author: 0 How to 'Take a Minute, Change a Life'

For the past 15 years, World Suicide Prevention Day has been observed on September 10. The World Health Organization reports about 800,000 people commit suicide every year. Dr Milan Balakrishnan, psychiatrist at JUNO clinic, Khar, who conceptualised the application along a friend, said, "A very basic form of this application was created a year back, but this year, we developed it properly with the help of an IT professional", he said.

Medical Schneiderman warns of deadly fentanyl pills in WNY
Author: 0 Schneiderman warns of deadly fentanyl pills in WNY

On Tuesday, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the program, known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals or DACA , will end in six months to give Congress time to find a legislative solution for the immigrants. Jay Inslee look on. Trump said Tuesday he still has "great heart" for the dreamers. The lawsuit seeks to block Trump's decision and maintain DACA.

Medical Delhi: 5-year-old student raped in school; peon arrested
Author: 0 Delhi: 5-year-old student raped in school; peon arrested

The arrested man, Vikas , had been working in the school for the last three years. Previously he worked as a security guard there, the police said. Police said the accused would also "pick and drop students" from their homes. "Her mother told police the girl had complained of pain in her genitals". The mother of the victim then informed her father who later took her to the hospital.

Medical Denton County reports West Nile virus case in The Colony
Author: 0 Denton County reports West Nile virus case in The Colony

Director of Environment Health, Todd Marshall, says "Recent floods have increased the number of mosquitoes in our community". Two more samples of mosquitoes carrying West Nile virus have been found in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. West Nile virus positive mosquitoes were first identified in New Haven on August 16th, Armstrong said in the release. "We encourage residents to reduce their risk by adhering to the recommended precautions, including eliminating common backyard mosquito sources ...

Medical Hurricane Irma: What you need to know about flood insurance
Author: 0 Hurricane Irma: What you need to know about flood insurance

Numerous properties damaged in Harvey were in a 0.2 percent flood zone. The Federal Emergency Management Agency sets the price, and it's not negotiable. Hecht said in the week since Harvey , inquiries about voluntary flood insurance from low-risk zones are up 1,500 percent. LaHue is very familiar with floods that have caused significant damage in Volusia County.

Medical Suspected Bomb Lab Found Near Paris, 2 Arrested
Author: 0 Suspected Bomb Lab Found Near Paris, 2 Arrested

A counter-terrorism unit has opened an investigation into "criminal terrorist association" and "possession, transportation and production of explosive substances in relation with a terrorist action by an organized gang", according to The Local .

Medical Breezy and cool weather continues
Author: 0 Breezy and cool weather continues

This will likely change as the hurricane's track varies. While in eastern NY and western Vermont is left with partly cloudy skies and a passing afternoon shower or two. Hurricane Irma will approach south Florida this weekend then turn north. Hurricane Irma continues to head toward Florida as a Category 5 storm.

Medical Boy's Heart Stopped After Taking One Bite of a Hot Dog
Author: 0 Boy's Heart Stopped After Taking One Bite of a Hot Dog

The syndrome takes its name from Dr. Pedro Brugada of QLV Hospital in Aalst, Belgium, and his brother Dr. Josep Brugada of the Hospital Clinic at University of Barcelona in Spain, who first described it in a study published in 1992 . The majority of people who develop symptoms of Brugada syndrome are already "in their 20s up to 50s or 60s", Dubin said. When the condition is discovered in parents, doctors will screen the children, even those without symptoms, and may discover it then.

Medical Chinese universities move up in global ranking
Author: 0 Chinese universities move up in global ranking

Current students and alumni of McGill University will be pleased to hear the Montreal academic institution ranked fairly high in the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2018 . This year, in the Times ranking, the top spot was secured by Oxford University with 38% students from India and IISC Bangalore has only 1% population of global students.