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Medical West Nile Virus Death Toll Reaches 7 in LA
Author: 0 West Nile Virus Death Toll Reaches 7 in LA

The campaign, "It's Not Just a Bite", is meant to educate people about the virus' potentially deadly implications. Over the last week, state health officials have detected West Nile Virus in mosquito samples from Brentwood, Madbury, and Rye.

Medical Health Department: Flu makes early appearance in Lewis and Clark County
Author: 0 Health Department: Flu makes early appearance in Lewis and Clark County

Summer may have continued pitching 90-degree days at Cherokee County through the beginning of fall, but residents shouldn't be fooled - it is flu season; the time for inoculation is nigh. High dose flu vaccine will be available for ages 65 and over, plus shingles for ages 60 and over and pneumonia vaccines will be available as well.

Medical Jogging strollers recalled for fall risk
Author: 0 Jogging strollers recalled for fall risk

Per Consumerist , the strollers were sold for roughly a year from August 2015 to August 2016 at a number of major retailers, including Walmart and Target, for $130-160. These model numbers are included in the recall: 11988-835, 11988-340, 11988-436, 11988-656, 11988-838, 11988-0261, 11998-0251, 11998-314, 11998-439, 11998-439, 11998-850.

Medical FDA hits 500 websites over unapproved drugs
Author: 0 FDA hits 500 websites over unapproved drugs

The action is part of Operation Pangea X , a global effort led by Interpol to fight the unlawful sale and distribution of illegal and counterfeit medical products and medication online. Nearly 500 parcels were detained during screenings for illicit prescription drugs from International Mail Facilities (IMFs) in Chicago, Miami, and NY.

Medical Egyptian once known as 'world's heaviest woman' dies in UAE
Author: 0 Egyptian once known as 'world's heaviest woman' dies in UAE

After her death Monday morning, Burjeel Hospital said in a press release , "Our prayers and heartfelt condolences go out to her family". Abd El Aty's comorbid conditions were being successfully treated as the hospital's medical director in Abu Dhabi, Dr.

Medical Hyderabad chief qazi arrested in child bride ring
Author: 0 Hyderabad chief qazi arrested in child bride ring

The police have taken up a special drive on the contract marriages . The qazi reportedly informed the police that the three Omani nationals were in the city to marry minor girls. "There will be zero tolerance for this kind of activities", he said. "Deporting two persons as there is lack of evidence to book them under criminal charges", the DCP said.

Medical Karnataka: Student drowns as friends click selfies
Author: 0 Karnataka: Student drowns as friends click selfies

Sumanth A, a student in the group, said, "We were done swimming and started for the temple, and realised Vishwas was not around". One of the college students was looking at the selfies again and pointed out in one of the pictures that he was drowning.

Medical ADB hikes PH growth forecast
Author: 0 ADB hikes PH growth forecast

India's GDP growth outlook was downgraded to 7% in FY2017, a 0.4 percentage point drop from the April forecast. Industrial economies' growth will reach 2% in 2017 and 2018, up by 0.1 percentage points from the April 2017 forecast, the Manila-based lender said.

Medical Hardik Pandya is a smart cricketer, opines Rahul Dravid
Author: 0 Hardik Pandya is a smart cricketer, opines Rahul Dravid

I used to hit sixes before too, it's just that I am hitting them at a higher level now. "I read the situation and go for it", Pandya said. Pandya, who was batting on 19 at the time, did not put a foot wrong. They were 35-40 runs short. He also acknowledged the platform provided by openers Rohit Sharma and Ajinkya Rahane with their 131-run partnership. "I thought the way they played, they took the game away, executed it really well, got themselves ahead of the scoring rate and set it up for ...

Medical Iran Tests Ballistic Missile and Rejects 'Threats'
Author: 0 Iran Tests Ballistic Missile and Rejects 'Threats'

It has imposed certain unilateral sanctions on Iran , and most recently, it has been saying that the JCPOA should be renegotiated. "From the Caspian Sea to the Mediterranean, Tehran to Tartus, an Iranian curtain is descending across the Middle East", Netanyahu said.

Author: 0 What's The Story Behind The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE:KO)

It has underperformed by 17.65% the S&P500. Daktronics, Inc.is a supplier of electronic scoreboards, electronic display systems, digital messaging solutions, software and services for sporting, commercial and transportation applications. Patten And Patten Tn holds 0.21% or 26,380 shares. Ci Invests Incorporated has invested 0.82% in The Coca-Cola Co (NYSE:KO). Saratoga Rech Investment Mgmt reported 697,828 shares or 2.49% of all its holdings.

Medical Think pink for cancer charity
Author: 0 Think pink for cancer charity

Conversations about table manners, the choice of clothing and hairstyles were far more common between a daughter and mother. To date, Royal Selangor has contributed more than RM65,000 to the Breast Cancer Welfare Association Malaysia (BCWA) from proceeds derived from sales of the collection.

Medical Researchers Restore Consciousness in Man After 15 Years in a Vegetative State
Author: 0 Researchers Restore Consciousness in Man After 15 Years in a Vegetative State

The outcome, reported in the USA journal Current Biology , challenged the general belief that disorders of consciousness that persist for longer than 12 months are irreversible. The brain also increased in connectivity, and metabolic activity grew. After a month of VNS, the patient exhibited improved response capabilities. Having already shown positive results in the treatment of epilepsy and depression , the stimulator was placed on the vagus nerve, which connects the brain to the ...

Medical Protest in Punjab against killings of Rohingyas in Myanmar
Author: 0 Protest in Punjab against killings of Rohingyas in Myanmar

Aung San Suu Kyi's much anticipated address to her nation came amidst much speculation among the citizens as well as the worldwide community, which after many warnings had cited their inability of preventing a scrutiny in Myanmar, where the Muslim minority Rohingyas were tortured and forced to flee their own nation by the Army.

Medical Robot successfully performs dental surgery in China
Author: 0 Robot successfully performs dental surgery in China

The teeth were placed with a margin of error of 0.2-0.3 millimeters, which is the required standard for this kind of operation. The whole procedure took an hour, and no human being took an active role in it. The Open Biomedical Initiative reported in 2015 that China's Guangzhou Nansha Additive Manufacturing Technology Research Institute had invented a method of efficiently SLA printing implants and bridges.

Medical Israel Condemns Latest Iranian Ballistic Missile Test As 'provocation'
Author: 0 Israel Condemns Latest Iranian Ballistic Missile Test As 'provocation'

On Saturday (23 September), the U.S. president tweeted: "Iran just test-fired a Ballistic Missile capable of reaching Israel.They are also working with North Korea.Not much of an agreement we have!" In defiance of USA warnings, Iran on Saturday tested a missile with a range of 2,000 km and that can carry multiple warheads.

Medical Labour would scrap existing PFI deals, says McDonnell
Author: 0 Labour would scrap existing PFI deals, says McDonnell

However, there was suggestion that some PFI contracts could remain under a Labour government if the removal of them could cause hardship in certain quarters. In the NHS alone, £831 million in pre-tax profits have been made over the past six years. "We have already pledged that there will be no new PFI deals signed by us", McDonnell said.

Medical Meth-laced 7Up found in Mexico
Author: 0 Meth-laced 7Up found in Mexico

News accounts have stated that the contaminated soft drinks , believed to have been bought in the Mexicali area, have killed one person and sickened at least seven others, according to the Attorney General of Justice of the State of Baja California.

Medical As US refutes IPOB terrorist tag, Fani-Kayode taunts Buhari's govt, supporters
Author: 0 As US refutes IPOB terrorist tag, Fani-Kayode taunts Buhari's govt, supporters

The Presidency has insisted that the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, under the leadership of Nnamdi Kanu remains a terrorist organization despite the United States, and European Union, UN, holding a contrary view. This comes in the wake of a ruling by the Federal High Court in Abuja giving judicial backing to the executive order of President Muhammadu Buhari outlawing the group and its activities in the south-east region.

Medical Chidambaram son's assets worth over Rs 1 cr attached
Author: 0 Chidambaram son's assets worth over Rs 1 cr attached

Chidambaram in Aircel Maxis case was beyond his mandate. ED in its investigation also discovered that the amount for FIPB approval was incorrectly projected to hide the facts. "As and when the Attachment Order is served, suitable action will be taken in accordance with law", Chidambaram further said in the stament. Union Finance Minister and senior congress leader P Chidambaram had earlier said that the authorities including the CBI should question him, as it was he who had approved ...

Medical Foo Fighters top Billboard, K-Pop's BTS scores huge USA debut
Author: 0 Foo Fighters top Billboard, K-Pop's BTS scores huge USA debut

BTS' latest achievement on Billboard's chart was also named to be their goal for 'Love Yourself: Her' promotions. On the Digital Songs chart, which measures online single sales, US rapper Post Malone's "Rockstar" debuted at No.1 with more than 79,000 units sold, keeping Taylor Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do", in second place.

Medical IT raid on Coffee Day Enterprises in Chikkamagaluru ends
Author: 0 IT raid on Coffee Day Enterprises in Chikkamagaluru ends

Income tax raid on a Coffee entrepreneur named Mr Siddhartha, son in law of former union minister SM Krishna, says there has been an admission of concealed income to the tune of rs 650 crore. According to the official, the department apprehends that the figure of undisclosed income could be "much higher". "These will be pursued effectively", the statement also said.

Medical Burnley 0-0 Huddersfield Town: Not much cooking at Turf Moor
Author: 0 Burnley 0-0 Huddersfield Town: Not much cooking at Turf Moor

Burnley and Huddersfield drew 0-0 in the English Premier League on Saturday in an uneventful first top-flight match between them since 1971. "I give him no pressure, he's been outstanding since he arrived and he's such a good character so we'll give him all the support he needs to continue".

Medical 'Peepli Live' co-director Mahmood Farooqui acquitted by Delhi HC
Author: 0 'Peepli Live' co-director Mahmood Farooqui acquitted by Delhi HC

The High Court further questioned whether the accused understood that there was no consent. In July last year, the trial court had found him guilty of the offence-, sentencing him to 7 years imprisonment and ordering a fine of Rs50,000 to be imposed on him, for payment to the victim.

Medical World's 'heaviest' woman Eman Ahmed dies in Abu Dhabi
Author: 0 World's 'heaviest' woman Eman Ahmed dies in Abu Dhabi

Doctors blamed her weight on a thyroid condition. She suffered from "a disruption of the glands and elephantiasis disease" causing huge amounts of water to be retained in the body. 5 of Terminal 2 at the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International airport in Mumbai. "If a patient's treatment is over, we can't unnecessarily keep her in hospital", said Huzaifa Sahebi, the COO of Saifee Hospital which treated her free of cost.

Medical We are not here as terrorists, say Rohingya Muslims in Hyderabad
Author: 0 We are not here as terrorists, say Rohingya Muslims in Hyderabad

Last week, the Red Cross ran into an angry mob, which believed that foreign aid agencies have ignored the suffering of Rakhine Buddhists in Myanmar's poorest state. But the Army said it was responding to attacks by militants and has denied targeting civilians, a claim refuted by Rohingyas . He called on security forces to end the violence in Rakhine, stop vigilantism there, protect civilians and facilitate humanitarian assistance in the area.

Medical North Korea says rockets to USA inevitable after 'Mr Evil President's speech'
Author: 0 North Korea says rockets to USA inevitable after 'Mr Evil President's speech'

To help end the crisis, Russian Federation and China have proposed a "double-freeze" plan, which would see Pyongyang suspend its nuclear and ballistic missile tests in exchange for a halt in joint US-South Korea military drills. North Korea has launched dozens of missiles this year, several flying over Japan, as it accelerates its program aimed at enabling it to target the United States with a nuclear-tipped missile.

Medical Black Stars down Eagles in WAFU Cup final
Author: 0 Black Stars down Eagles in WAFU Cup final

Nigeria got their consolation strike thanks to Rabiu Ali - but that was inconsequential as the Black Stars reigned supreme before their home fans. With 10-men, Ghana caught the Nigerian defence napping as the Black Stars scored their fourth in the closing minutes of the game.

Author: 0 Category 2 Hurricane Maria Could Hit US East Coast

Hurricane Maria is moving away from the Bahamas on Saturday . The tropics still remain rather busy with post tropical cyclone Jose still spinning off the New England Coast, Tropical Depression Lee getting resurrected in the open Atlantic, and Major Hurricane Maria churning in the open Atlantic.

Medical Hurricane Maria stays strong, Lee redevelops
Author: 0 Hurricane Maria stays strong, Lee redevelops

The National Hurricane Center said Saturday afternoon that tropical storm or hurricane watches may be needed for parts of the Carolinas on Sunday. Maria is moving toward the northwest near 8 miles per hour. Upper-level wind shear increases plus Maria will be moving over cooler ocean waters. Still a category three hurricane, packing sustained wind speeds of 115mph and even stronger gusts, Maria will travel parallel to the coast of Florida, before skirting the Carolinas, Virginia and ...

Medical Roland-Jones to miss the Ashes?
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Toby Roland-Jones's inclusion in England's Ashes squad looks in serious doubt after the Middlesex seamer had a stress fracture of the lower back diagnosed. The 20-year-old Hameed had to fly home early from England's tour of India late last year for an operation on a broken left hand. With a bowling average of 19.64 after four Tests, Roland-Jones was set to be named in England's Ashes squad next week, but instead, it is nearly certain that he will miss out on the highly-anticipated series, ...

Medical SBI Life Insurance Company IPO oversubscribed by 3.56x
Author: 0 SBI Life Insurance Company IPO oversubscribed by 3.56x

SBI Life's public issue involves its promoters offloading up to 12 crore shares of face value of Rs 10 each through the offer of sale route. The quota for qualified institutional investors and non-institutional investors was subscribed 12.56 times and 70 per cent, respectively.

Medical A new discovery could change the way we treat HIV
Author: 0 A new discovery could change the way we treat HIV

However, the high level of genetic diversity of HIV has made the generation of broadly neutralizing antibodies particularly challenging. Created by investigators from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Sanofi , the 3-pronged antibody stopped a greater number of HIV strains from infecting cells in the laboratory more potently than natural, single antibodies.

Medical Why Alnylam Pharmaceuticals Is Wednesday's Top Stock
Author: 0 Why Alnylam Pharmaceuticals Is Wednesday's Top Stock

About 14.20M shares traded or 1367.85% up from the average. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Alnylam Pharmaceuticals. PTC Therapeutics, Inc.is a biopharmaceutical company. The firm has "Outperform" rating given on Tuesday, February 16 by Leerink Swann. Stock has got OUTPERFORM rating from 6 analyst (s) whereas last month 6 analyst (s) have given outperform rating.

Author: 0 India's Supreme Court asks states to compensate victims amid cow vigilantism rise

She also said there were several judgements, which make mandatory the award of compensation to the victims of such crimes, but unfortunately, the money was not being paid. Noting that law and order had to be given primacy, it said anyone violating the law must be dealt sternly. As per the order, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh filed compliance reports.

Medical Iraq begins final assault to capture Hawija from Islamic State
Author: 0 Iraq begins final assault to capture Hawija from Islamic State

Iraqi forces outside the town of Akashat in Anbar province on September 15 prepare for military operations against the Islamic State . The battle for the remaining Islamic State bastions in Anbar is expected to be complex because of the porous Syrian border and the vast desert terrain, which is hard to surround and choke off.

Medical Woman beaten up after deputies say she was dragged out of auto
Author: 0 Woman beaten up after deputies say she was dragged out of auto

Bailey recalled to WFLA that "it was the longest red light of my life". They kept screaming at me, telling me they wanted to f***ing kill me. "I mean, how would you feel if somebody jumped into your vehicle, slammed it in park while you're at a light, and then simultaneously another person that's double and a half your size rips you out by your hair and starts brutally attacking you?" A witness reported seeing Gemberling pulling Bailey out of the vehicle through the window.

Medical Buhari Returns From London Monday
Author: 0 Buhari Returns From London Monday

Buhari says the global community needs to work together to stop Islamic State extremist fighters from infiltrating into areas of Africa's Sahel region where "response capacity is weak". The president left NY for London probably to see his doctors for a further medical check-up. Recall that the president's spokesman had said Buhari will transit through London on his way back to the country.

Medical Any kind of physical activity can help reduce deaths, disease: global study
Author: 0 Any kind of physical activity can help reduce deaths, disease: global study

The study, which tracked 130,000 people in 17 countries, "confirms on a global scale that physical activity is associated with a lower risk of mortality and cardiovascular disease", the authors said in a press statement. Around a fifth of those in the study did not meet World Health Organisation guidelines of 150 minutes' exercise a week. "Our study found that high physical activity was only possible in people who completed physical activity as a form of transport, part of their job or ...

Medical N. Korea Denounces Chinese Media for Criticizing Nuke Issue
Author: 0 N. Korea Denounces Chinese Media for Criticizing Nuke Issue

Specifically, he said it enhances the Treasury Department's authority to target those conducting significant trade with the regime, including by sanctioning foreign banks. Trump said the order would cut the financial flow to North Korea, hence inhibiting its ability to produce the "deadliest weapons known to humankind".

Medical Baby born to mom who refused cancer treatment has died
Author: 0 Baby born to mom who refused cancer treatment has died

Life Lynn was very premature, weighing 1 pound, 4 ounces. Earlier this summer, she had a stroke and suffered major brain damage; she was in a coma and unresponsive when she gave birth to Life Lynn. "Her birth meant that this wasn't all for nothing, my wife will pass on and my baby will live. But it was Carrie's decision, and I said, 'What do you want to do?' She said, 'We're keeping it, '" her husband, Nick, told People .

Medical BYU to sell caffeinated drinks on campus after 6-decade ban
Author: 0 BYU to sell caffeinated drinks on campus after 6-decade ban

That is, until 2012, when Mitt Romney's presidential run spurred the Church to release an official statement that it "does not prohibit the use of caffeine". BYU, the largest private religious university in the USA, announced the decision Thursday by posting a picture of a can of Coca-Cola on Twitter and just two words: "It's happening".

Medical Drunk man rams auto into bike near AIIMS, 1 killed
Author: 0 Drunk man rams auto into bike near AIIMS, 1 killed

The incident took place on Sunday in south Delhi when Gurpreet Singh (21) and his friend Maninder Singh (22), both students of photography, were shooting a documentary on pavement dwellers. Mahanta was arrested and later released on bail, police said. Moments later, after they left on their bike, they were mowed down half a kilometre from the spot.

Medical BREXIT | UK proposals for Irish border rejected
Author: 0 BREXIT | UK proposals for Irish border rejected

The former Belgian prime minister, who sits between the EU negotiating team and the European Parliament - which has to approve the terms of any Brexit deal - floated the idea of Northern Ireland remaining within the customs union while the rest of the United Kingdom leaves, a proposal which is supported by nationalist parties but opposed by unionists.

Medical Your info was probably stolen in the Equifax hack
Author: 0 Your info was probably stolen in the Equifax hack

Healey's office began investigating the hack immediately after Equifax made an announcement on September 7. At least two proposed class actions have been filed in Canada and many more in the USA against Equifax in connection with the data breach .

Medical Taylor Swift Releases Behind The Scenes Clip
Author: 0 Taylor Swift Releases Behind The Scenes Clip

It's like, 'Oh, that's the phase I went through when I was 16 but a girl is wearing it who looks just like me'. In the behind-the-scenes vid, we get to see her meet a gaggle of blonde-haired extras dressed in her old clothes and marvel, "This is the trippiest thing I've ever seen in my life".