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Medical Old tattoo to blame for woman's 'cancer'
Author: 0 Old tattoo to blame for woman's 'cancer'

A woman who was told she may have cancer has now discovered that her symptoms were actually caused by old tattoo ink in her system. Christian Bryant, a hematologist at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney . In Ireland , up to 36% of people younger than 40-years-old have at least one tattoo and many of their first pieces of art come between the ages of 16 and 20-years-old.

Medical Not smartwatches but smart tattoos to monitor health
Author: 0 Not smartwatches but smart tattoos to monitor health

It doesn't necessarily have to be a permanent tattoo either, as scientists believe they can develop them so they only last for as long as you need them. While the tattoo device is not yet available on the market as a product, researchers have already demonstrated its success following tests on pig skin, with colour changes observed in response to different biomarkers.

Medical Gas prices continue to fall
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Gas prices have been steadily dropping since the passing of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and the trend is expected to pick up this week, the American Automobile Association says. Petersburg-Clearwater ($2.55), and Fort Myers-Cape Coral ($2.57), with Bradenton-Sarasota not far behind at $2.59. There were several more stations spread throughout the county that were selling gas for $2.50 or higher, including one in Norcross that was listed on GasBuddy.com as selling gas for $2.69 per gallon.

Medical Ghana arrives in Delhi for U-17 FIFA World Cup
Author: 0 Ghana arrives in Delhi for U-17 FIFA World Cup

Kochi is one of the six venues hosting matches in the Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup. India will make a comeback to the finals of a FIFA competition, breaking a hiatus of 57 years since appearing in four consecutive Olympic football tournaments from 1948 to 1960.

Medical Cardiologists, moms agree: Breakfast the most important meal of the day
Author: 0 Cardiologists, moms agree: Breakfast the most important meal of the day

Spanish and US researchers followed more than 4,000 middle-aged office workers for six years. Although this study didn't specifically analyze the nutritional content of the breakfasts reported (the focus was on the percentage of daily calories ), the questionnaires did assess other measures of daily diet and lifestyle.

Medical Losing the Sense of Smell is the Early Sign of Dementia
Author: 0 Losing the Sense of Smell is the Early Sign of Dementia

The participators who failed the smell sense test were 2 times more likely to develop Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia in the next five years. Participants were told to smell the Sniffin' Sticks one at a time and identify the scent. The study published in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society follows a related 2014 paper in which olfactory dysfunction was associated with increased risk of death within five years.

Medical Las Vegas Residents Line Up To Donate Blood Following Concert Massacre
Author: 0 Las Vegas Residents Line Up To Donate Blood Following Concert Massacre

LifeStream blood donors are being asked to help replenish the blood that has been sent to Las Vegas to ensure that we can assist with more blood as needed, and continue to serve patients in our local hospitals. "Every two seconds in the US somebody needs a blood transfusion and that's just on a regular day", Lambert added. While O-positive, O-negative, and platelet donations are most needed, Bonfils Blood Center urges both existing and first-time donors of all blood types to call ...

Medical Places to visit on Gandhi Jayanti!!
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On a related note, "Swachh Bharat Abhiyan" was launched on this day in 2014 by the NDA government to make people aware about the advantages of cleanliness. On reaching the Grote Kerk, the marchers paid respects to a bicycle personally used by Mahatma Gandhi and sent to the Netherlands by the Gandhi Memorial Trust of India as a special gesture, in view of the popularity of cycling in the Netherlands.

Medical Carrollton Police to participate in 'Pink Patch Project' during month of October
Author: 0 Carrollton Police to participate in 'Pink Patch Project' during month of October

In the salons' retail sections, pink-themed products ranging from tech accessories to beauty products will be available, and profits from these sales will be donated to breast cancer research. "Always do regular mammograms and also do your monthly checks". Therefore, it is very important for men and women to follow recommended screening guidelines for detecting breast cancer at an early stage.

Medical Puerto Rico is getting a surge of aid, governor says
Author: 0 Puerto Rico is getting a surge of aid, governor says

Trump is set to visit Puerto Rico on Tuesday. Add Kim Kardashian to the chorus of celebrities, politicians, and regular citizens condemning President Donald Trump for his numerous tweets about Puerto Rico. "They are working so hard, but there's nothing left", he said. Of course, there are areas of Puerto Rico which we haven't really gotten in contact. "This is the time to show our 'true colors, '" she wrote.

Medical Crystal Palace Interested In Signing Former AC Milan Striker Alberto Gilardino
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United went top of the Premier League , at least temporarily with the win and will head into the global break with plenty of confidence for yet again, the Red Devils won by a resounding margin without ever moving into top gear. The Belgian has hit the ground running since signing from Everton in the off season with six league goals in as many games. So, Man. United will be the victor of this match (3-0) as our prediction .

Medical Trump lifts Puerto Rico shipping restrictions
Author: 0 Trump lifts Puerto Rico shipping restrictions

As global trade expert Scott Miller explains: "A foreign relief shipment to Puerto Rico , they have two choices". That order included Puerto Rico , but expired last week shortly after Maria struck. The administration waived the act for Southeastern states from September 8 through 22, after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma . The delivery of relief supplies has been hampered by roads rendered impassable by fallen trees or flooding.

Medical Birmingham 2022 bid gets govt backing
Author: 0 Birmingham 2022 bid gets govt backing

Birmingham could end up as sole bidder, with Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur and the Canadian city of Victoria sending mixed signals. Neil Rami, chief executive of the West Midlands Growth Company (successor to Marketing Birmingham) and Member of the Birmingham 2022 Bid team, said: "We welcome the decision by government to formally propose Birmingham as the UK's candidate city for the 2022 Commonwealth Games".

Medical Elphinstone stampede stirs Indian Railways and state govt. into action
Author: 0 Elphinstone stampede stirs Indian Railways and state govt. into action

Official figures say some 3,400 people died in 2016 either from falling off the trains or while crossing the tracks of what is the world's most overcrowded suburban rail network. "It's a shame that while on one hand railways can not manage safety on its FOBs, it wants to start Bullet Trains from Mumbai ", said Nirupam who visited the Elphinstone station on Saturday morning for a condolence meet.

Medical NBA to Enforce Rule That Players Stand For National Anthem
Author: 0 NBA to Enforce Rule That Players Stand For National Anthem

The NBA is recommending teams address fans or show videos expressing themes of unity before their first home games, while reminding them of the rule that players must stand for the national anthem. Along with the new draft reform, there are also new rules about when and how often teams can rest their star players. Please note: This is a commentary piece.

Medical Kohli Plays The Blame Game After Losing The 4th ODI Against Australia
Author: 0 Kohli Plays The Blame Game After Losing The 4th ODI Against Australia

When all of us had gotten out, when Hardik and Kedar were batting, we thought this was the ideal situation for them to understand how the game can be taken till the end. Indian bowling has also fared well with Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Jasprit Bumrah forming a good pace duo upfront, making breakthrough's upfront.The spin duo of Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav have made regular strikes all through the series.

Medical The obscure law that slowed aid to Puerto Rico
Author: 0 The obscure law that slowed aid to Puerto Rico

But more than a week after the September 20 hurricane hit the island, many people were still desperate Friday for necessities, most urgently water. The industry has about 90,000 jobs there, and accounts for about 75% of the goods shipped off the island.

Medical U.S. sexually transmitted disease hit another high
Author: 0 U.S. sexually transmitted disease hit another high

Jonathan Mermin, director of CDC's National Center for HIV/AIDS, Viral Hepatitis, STD, and TB Prevention, said in a statement. The three most common diseases include syphilis , gonorrhea, and chlamydia . "It's a mess and the rise in congenital syphilis is the effect", she said. The statewide statistics show that gonorrhea cases rose by 22 percent among men, mostly among those 25 to 29 years of age.

Medical England name 3 uncapped players in Ashes squad
Author: 0 England name 3 uncapped players in Ashes squad

He was arrested for suspected actual bodily harm and released without charge while police investigate. The shamed all-rounder inexplicably survived a stay of execution as Joe Root's deputy, but there is enormous pressure on the European Central Bank to wield the axe once their investigations are complete into a brawl which left Stokes nursing a fractured hand and another man hospitalised with facial injuries.

Medical Woman may lose her eye after getting botched eyeball tattoo
Author: 0 Woman may lose her eye after getting botched eyeball tattoo

If you needed a reminder of why it's so important to do adequate research before getting a tattoo, a recent story about an infected eyeball tattoo should be all the convincing you need. As for why the tattoo caused such a large amount of swelling in Gallinger's eye, Dr. Ziai says it is hard to say but she thinks it "speaks to the lack of experience of the person who did this".

Medical MI mom faces jail time for not getting son vaccinated
Author: 0 MI mom faces jail time for not getting son vaccinated

Until that day comes, Bredow is looking into how she can possibly avoid jail time, but she doesn't appear to be backing down on her anti-vax position. "I feel angry. I feel backed into a corner. I would have to take care of him", she said. She believes every parent should have a choice and should also have the right to have both of their voices heard.

Medical Look Forward to Meeting the
Author: 0 Look Forward to Meeting the "Shadow Monster" in Stranger Things 2

Now, the Duffers and executive producer Shawn Levy share there's a possibility for the series to stay a bit longer than originally planned. The Duffer brothers have previously stated that they plan on doing only four seasons and then getting out - an understandable move that at the same time left a lot of fans of the series a bit anxious.

Medical Fayose dares Northern presidential aspirants to declare ambition
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Prince Adeyeye noted that Fayose, as a senior player in the PDP, would not be leading by example were he to seek to go against the party's laid down direction for the coming elections. I want to state it clearly that I have the penchant to oust the incumbent. He said he had demonstrated this by beating two sitting governors in Ekiti State.

Medical Teen charged with trying to poison baby
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Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda is accused of plotting to kill her 11-week-old niece by lacing her bottles with pills. Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda, who is believed to have fled to MI upon learning of the investigation, reportedly discussed the plot in text messages with her boyfriend, WANE reported .

Medical Stagnant flu vaccine rates worry USA health officials
Author: 0 Stagnant flu vaccine rates worry USA health officials

The recommendation to not use the nasal spray flu vaccine was renewed for this season. "We have got a lot of room for improvement", U.S. Secretary of Health and Human Services Dr. "We are encouraging everyone to get a flu shot to protect themselves and their families, because it is hard to predict in advance how severe the flu season is going to be this year".

Medical Hurricane Harvey victim dies from flesh-eating bacteria
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County officials say Reed came in contact with the bacteria after falling in her home after the storm and cutting her arm, which became infected. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are approximately 700 to 1,100 cases of the flesh-eating virus in the United States each year.

Medical Extreme heat in Qatar threatens migrant workers ahead of 2022 World Cup
Author: 0 Extreme heat in Qatar threatens migrant workers ahead of 2022 World Cup

The tournament organizers, however, said that his death was not due to the working conditions. Out of the 520 deaths then for workers from Bangladesh, India and Nepal, 385, or 74 percent, were "neither explained nor investigated". FC's Stuart Holden and Shaka Hislop discuss the latest decision made by Federation Internationale de Football Association that will see the first winter World Cup final set for December 18 in Qatar.

Medical Mikel: Nigeria 'must finish it up in Uyo' against resurgent Zambia
Author: 0 Mikel: Nigeria 'must finish it up in Uyo' against resurgent Zambia

The Super Eagles are top of Group B with 10 points, while Chipolopolo lie second with seven points following a 1-1 draw with Cameroon and home and away triumphs over Algeria. Oamogetse Godisamang, a 40-year-old global assistant referee since 2010, will serve as Assistant Referee 1, while Tirelo Mositwane, a 30-year-old worldwide referee since 2013, will serve as Fourth Official.

Medical Nigeria Exits 90 World Organizations
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Adeosun put Nigeria's annual commitment to all the worldwide organizations at $70 million. The minister said President Buhari also talked about the humanitarian crisis and thanked the worldwide community of what they had done so far in helping the Nigeria and other countries affected by the crisis.

Medical Rescued Father Tom Uzhunnalil Meets PM Modi, Sushma Swaraj
Author: 0 Rescued Father Tom Uzhunnalil Meets PM Modi, Sushma Swaraj

I have prayed for those who kept me (captive). "They are treating me well to the extent they are able", he said and added that "no gun was pointed at me". "I am very happy, I thank the almighty for making this day possible". During his months in captivity, Uzhunnalil made several video appeals to the government of India to facilitate his rescue.

Medical Global Roofing Adhesives Market Outlook, Growth, Demand, Forecast 2017
Author: 0 Global Roofing Adhesives Market Outlook, Growth, Demand, Forecast 2017

The global Automatic Motor Starters market report caters to various stakeholders in this industry , including investors, device manufacturers, distributors and suppliers for Automatic Motor Starters equipment, government organizations, research and consulting firms, new entrants, and financial analysts.

Medical Cowboys game leads the way as National Football League ratings keep rising
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In Phoenix , the game delivered a 13.6 rating on ESPN and an 8.6 on KUTP-IND, for a combined 22.2 rating in the market. The final viewership numbers based on projections from Fox Sports vice president of research Mike Mulvihill are that the National Football League games from Sunday and Monday were up 3% in aggregate over Week 3 in 2016.

Medical Boko Haram commander 'captured in Ondo'
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Police in Ondo have confirmed the arrest of a Boko Haram officer, identified as Idirs Ibrahim Babawo also known as Idiko and said to have been on the military's "wanted" list for the past few months. He stressed that in the process, a vigilance group in the community, led by one Daniel Eyinju intercepted him when he wandered around the area. "Meanwhile, at about 9.00am on Saturday 23rd September 2017, troops of 201 Battalion, 21 Brigade Nigerian Army while on fighting patrol in conjunction ...

Medical Senate Republicans Abandon Obamacare Repeal Effort for Now
Author: 0 Senate Republicans Abandon Obamacare Repeal Effort for Now

Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pulled the plug on the latest version of a bill created to dismantle the controversial health law. On Twitter, Trump cited "very positive signs" from GOP Alaska Sen. A one-size fits all approach to health care does not work. "We haven't given up on it", the Kentucky senator said. John McCain of Arizona , Rand Paul of Kentucky and Texas' Ted Cruz who'd already said they opposed the measure.

Medical Biafra: Lai Mohammed reveals where Nnamdi Kanu may be
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The court said its order was subject to a gazetting of the reliefs and publication of same in two national dailies. In an originating motion filed before the Federal High Court in Abuja, Ejik prayed the court to give an order mandating General Buratai to produce Kanu in court on his next adjournment date for the criminal trial he is facing.

Medical 77-year-old Harvey victim dies from flesh-eating bacteria
Author: 0 77-year-old Harvey victim dies from flesh-eating bacteria

Reed initially broke and cut her arm after a fall at her son's home in Kingwood, according to the Houston Chronicle . Ms. Reed's death represents the second reported case of flesh-eating bacteria from floodwaters. Nancy Reed is Harris County's 36th death linked to Hurricane Harvey, according to the institute. But Reed wasn't able to catch her infection in time.

Medical HIV Is Spreading Among Older Adults In Europe
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It was found that the same affected over 54000 people above 50 years of age during this time, as compared to 312500 cases in people aged 15-49. In general, the rate of infections newly reported among people 50 years or older in 31 countries - the european Union together with Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway - has increased by over 200% each year during this period, from 2.1 to 2.6 people per 100,000.

Medical A Man Whose
Author: 0 A Man Whose "Lung Tumor" Turned Out To Be A Playmobil Cone

Back then, the play set had been given to him for his seventh birthday. The experts believe that this case is the longest they are aware of in which a toy has remained undetected in a human body. The BBC reports that X-rays showed a spot on the man's lung, but it wasn't a tumor. This was subsequently removed successfully with flexible bronchoscopy.

Medical Bass Pro-Cabela's deal complete; headquarters will be in Springfield, Missouri
Author: 0 Bass Pro-Cabela's deal complete; headquarters will be in Springfield, Missouri

It's not clear how numerous roughly 2,000 jobs based in Cabela's hometown of Sidney, Neb., will remain afterward. Bass Pro Shops is a privately-held company based in Springfield. Bass Pro Shops created a website, basspro.com/together that answers many questions about the merger. Q: Will Bass Pro Shops gift cards be honored at Cabela's locations and vice versa? Customers can exchange gift cards from either store for an equal amount, either at a store customer service or by calling ...

Author: 0 Military option for N.Korea not preferred, but would be 'devastating'

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Monday that the USA has not declared war on North Korea , adding, "Frankly, the suggestion of that is absurd". It's been nearly half a century since North Korea shot down a USA military aircraft. "This further advances our strategy to fully isolate North Korea in order to achieve our broader objectives of a peaceful and denuclearised Korean peninsula".

Medical Eagles bring back RB Kenjon Barner on one-year contract
Author: 0 Eagles bring back RB Kenjon Barner on one-year contract

SiriusXM's Adam Caplan first reported the news about the imminent deal. Barner spent the last two seasons with the Eagles. Barner, 28-years old, played for the Eagles during the 2015 and 2016, and has 61 career carries for 260 yards and two touchdowns.

Medical Martin Scorsese will direct Leonardo DiCaprio in the long-awaited Teddy Roosevelt biopic
Author: 0 Martin Scorsese will direct Leonardo DiCaprio in the long-awaited Teddy Roosevelt biopic

Deadline reports that DiCaprio and Scorsese are reuniting for Roosevelt , an upcoming biopic from Paramount Pictures that tells the story of 26th U.S. Former New York Governor Roosevelt was a Navy veteran. It's the kind of thing the Academy usually looks kindly on, so while it might not be his first film post-The Revenant , for which he won his first Best Actor Oscar, it could well be his first to put him back in the running for another top acting prize.

Medical Nationals' Harper comes off DL, will start vs. Phillies
Author: 0 Nationals' Harper comes off DL, will start vs. Phillies

Bryce Harper has flu-like symptoms and remains out of the Washington Nationals' lineup. Cole made his first start of 2017 at Philadelphia on May 6 and allowed one run on six hits and four walks to earn a win. Harper was starting in right field and batting second in Tuesday night's game against the Philadelphia Phillies . "So we'll reevaluate that [Tuesday] and make a reassessment".

Medical STD rates hit another record high, with California near the top
Author: 0 STD rates hit another record high, with California near the top

But there were also almost a half million (470,000) new gonorrhea cases and almost 28,000 new cases of syphilis, according to an annual report issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Tuesday. Research suggests that a large share of new gonorrhea cases are occurring among MSM. These trends are "particularly alarming" because of the growing threat of gonorrhea becoming resistant to the last recommended treatment, according to the CDC report.