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Medical NHS patients urged to stop asking for antibiotics in television campaign
Author: 0 NHS patients urged to stop asking for antibiotics in television campaign

The frequent use of antibiotics for ailments like coughs, earache and sore throats, that could get better by themselves, means that the life-saving drugs may no longer work when they're really needed. Dr Chris Van Tulleken, TV and of infectious diseases doctor at University College London Hospitals, said through her work, she's seen first-hand what happens if antibiotics don't work.

Author: 0 Mohamed praises Bill Gates for support on polio drive

Decorah Rotary Club is doing its part to help eradicate polio by organizing "Dine out for Polio" on World Polio Day, Tuesday, Oct. 24. The Rotary Club is inviting residents to the Grill and Still today from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. Punjab government is running a composite awareness campaign to further strengthen the efforts of polio eradication, he said. After an worldwide investment of more than $9 billion, and the successful engagement of over 200 countries and 20 million volunteers, polio could be ...

Author: 0 Challenge against Northern Ireland abortion laws begins in Supreme Court

The Supreme Court will hear the case later that Northern Ireland's abortion legislation is "incompatible" with global human rights laws. In a statement on her Instagram account, she wrote: "It has been a shame on our country for too long that women in Northern Ireland were denied their basic human right to control what happens to their own bodies - today we took a step forward in addressing that injustice, with a scheme that will give them support to come to England for healthcare ...

Medical Apple Pay Launches In Sweden, Finland, Denmark, United Arab Emirates
Author: 0 Apple Pay Launches In Sweden, Finland, Denmark, United Arab Emirates

As is the case with Apple Pay launches in other parts of the world, the service will be tied to various local banks and also local retailers who will be supporting the payment system at launch. When people do make mobile payments, they're nearly always using Apple Pay, according to Apple. The Apple VP also provided a long list of new stats that speak to new retailers that are now accepting Apple Pay, and older partners that are seeing strong use of the service.

Medical One Done, Heroine Ready for the Next Condom Ad
Author: 0 One Done, Heroine Ready for the Next Condom Ad

The actress said they aimed to create awareness on the need for safe sex . Speaking to mid-day , she declares to stand by her career choices: "The idea is to create awareness on the subject; it's the need of the hour". Recently during the media interaction, Alone actress Bipasha also shared that there is nothing wrong in promoting awareness about safe sex . It's so aesthetically shot that it doesn't even look vulgar or horny.

Medical 'Raat Baaki' reprised as new song 'Ittefaq se' in Ittefaq
Author: 0 'Raat Baaki' reprised as new song 'Ittefaq se' in Ittefaq

The reprised track has been sung by Jubin Nautyal and Nikita Gandhi. " Ittefaq Se " has been created by Tanishk Bagchi. In accordance with the film's mysterious theme, they're instead seen in their on-screen personas. Ittefaq Se is the only song in the film and it's a promotional one. The song will be used during rolling credits of the film, otherwise are no songs in this 100 minutes long film.

Medical Tigers and Jayhawks Raise Nearly $2 Million For Charity
Author: 0 Tigers and Jayhawks Raise Nearly $2 Million For Charity

Sophomore center Udoka Azubuike had 11 points and four blocks to pace the Jayhawks' second-half comeback, finishing with 16 points on 7-for-9 shooting. "Of course we'd love to play 'em, but I think both sides have to agree upon something like that", Martin said. And how much of an issue will rebounding be for this year's team? Mizzou and Kansas men's basketball meet on the court on Sprint Center in Kansas City to raise awareness and financial support for hurricane victims.

Medical Say goodbye to e-cigarettes in bars, restaurants
Author: 0 Say goodbye to e-cigarettes in bars, restaurants

While many counties have already banned the use of e-cigarettes in public places - including restaurants, bars and other work places - the new law makes it consistent across the state. But proponents of devices like e-cigs and vaporizers - larger, cellphone-size gadgets - say they are a safer alternative to cigarettes and may help with smoking cessation.

Medical BC's top doctor says 2017-18 flu season could be especially bad
Author: 0 BC's top doctor says 2017-18 flu season could be especially bad

While the flu season typically doesn't get going until early November, health officials say it's kicking in now. January through March is the usual peak flu season. Children are also advised to get the inoculation as they can spread the illness in the community. All recommended and required immunizations for children are available at Pinal County Public Health Clinics on a walk-in basis, free for children age 18 and under.

Medical Patient Sweats Blood, Diagnosed With Rare Condition
Author: 0 Patient Sweats Blood, Diagnosed With Rare Condition

New York Post reports, doctors were initially at a loss when it came to the 21-year-old Italian patient who spontaneously bleeds despite not having any lesions, according to CBC News . Earlier this year we reported on Ahana Afzal, who began to cry blood. "I can say with clarity that I've never seen a case like this - ever", Dr. Michelle Sholzberg of St.

Medical Gas prices poised to drop more this week
Author: 0 Gas prices poised to drop more this week

That's 4.2 cents cheaper than one week ago and about 13 cents cheaper than the national average. Gas prices are averaging $2.27 cents in Tennessee. Lubbock- $2.18/g, down 5.0 cents per gallon from last week's $2.23/g. "Gasoline futures and wholesale prices gained some strength last week, but not enough to stop the pump-price plunge". Prices continued to move lower as gasoline inventories posted another weekly rise, according to data from the U.S.

Medical Conte Hails Chelsea's Spirit, Commitment In Watford Win
Author: 0 Conte Hails Chelsea's Spirit, Commitment In Watford Win

Batshuayi had headed in an equaliser for the champions midway through the second half after the home side fell behind to two Watford goals either side of half-time to suggest the possibility of a third consecutive Premier League defeat. "They show they want to push us in every game. When I go to my house I am happy because I know I am putting 150 per cent for my club and my players are doing the same".

Medical Gunman takes staff hostage at Nuneaton bowling alley
Author: 0 Gunman takes staff hostage at Nuneaton bowling alley

One man said he saw a man holding the weapon to his own head, as two male members of staff were taken hostage. The gunman may have been injured when police moved in to end the standoff. According to local media reports, a man armed with a shotgun has taken hostages at a leisure complex in Nuneaton , Britain. An ambulance was seen rushing from the scene, escorted by police cars, with the suspect inside.

Author: 0 Johnson & Johnson: Judge throws out $417 mil award to cancer victim

California completed its first talcum powder ovarian cancer trial in September, when a Los Angeles Superior Court jury awarded the plaintiff $417 million, including $340 million in punitive damages. Women who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer following the long-term use of talc-based powder for feminine hygiene purposes may be eligible to file their own talcum powder lawsuit.

Medical Hogs Suffer Third Straight Loss
Author: 0 Hogs Suffer Third Straight Loss

Malzahn was not surprised Auburn played well against Arkansas. That has Razorback nation sounding off. BIelema says he understands the pressure of turning this program back around again. On the TV broadcast, SEC Network analyst Jordan Rodgers could not stop talking about the pace and tempo of Auburn's offense. The 240-pound tailback was an instrumental weapon Saturday as No.

Medical Ezekiel Elliott's status change did not affect Cowboys' game plan
Author: 0 Ezekiel Elliott's status change did not affect Cowboys' game plan

FRISCO, Texas - When the Dallas Cowboys put together their game plan on Monday and Tuesday for Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers , they thought Ezekiel Elliott would be suspended. NFLPA lawyers contended that league investigators withheld key evidence from Goodell and said the hearing was unfair because arbitrator Harold Henderson refused to call Goodell and Thompson as witnesses.

Medical Alcohol could help you learn second language
Author: 0 Alcohol could help you learn second language

The aim of this experimental study was to test these competing predictions for the first time. To prove it all a test was done wherein participants were randomly divided and given either a low alcohol drink or a drink without alcohol. (Previous studies have shown that people who think they're drinking alcohol can experience similar levels of impairment as those drinking the real thing.) "Future research on this topic should include an alcohol placebo condition", the authors write, "to ...

Medical Thousands take part in
Author: 0 Thousands take part in "Making Strides Against Breast Cancer" walk

All funds raised at that event will be donated to the Saint Lukes Mountain States Tumor Institute (MSTI) emergency relief fund for non-medical expenses. Reports suggest that about 60% of patients report to the hospital at a late stage making it hard to be cured. "All of us are affected by breast cancer, cancer in general, and we're going to do something about it this morning", one participant said.

Medical Oral Sex Increases Risk of Throat Cancer in Men
Author: 0 Oral Sex Increases Risk of Throat Cancer in Men

Now there are no tests that can be used for screening oropharyngeal cancer patients. The prevalence of infection increased slightly to 1.5 per cent among women with two or more oral sex partners. Although a vaccination to help protect against HPV is available, uptake is uncommon and many men are beyond the age threshold for receiving the vaccine (26 years).

Medical Kit Harington Cried Reading the Last 'Game of Thrones' Script
Author: 0 Kit Harington Cried Reading the Last 'Game of Thrones' Script

For eight years-almost a decade!-we've been following the clashing kingdoms of Westeros, worshipping Khaleesi 's relentless queenly fierceness (and icy winter fashion , and platinum waves ), and falling a tiny bit in love with IKEA-rug-wearing Jon Snow , played by Kit Harington .

Author: 0 The Fitbit, Inc. (FIT) Stake Held by the BlackRock Japan Co. Ltd

However looking at valuation ratios the stock has 5 year expected PEG ratio of 0 whereas its trailing twelve month P/E ratio is 0. Fitbit's growth has been slowing down with smartwatches outshining the fitness wearable category, influx of new wearables, lack of upgrades among existing users and lackluster growth in the Asia Pacific region.

Medical Louisville Beats Florida State on Late Field Goal
Author: 0 Louisville Beats Florida State on Late Field Goal

Florida State has five games remaining and must win three of them. In two weeks, Florida State hosts Syracuse that already has a win over Clemson last week and almost upset Miami on Saturday. Another defeat would nearly guarantee Petrino's squad finishes in the bottom half of the division and ensure the team will finish no better than.500 in the conference.

Medical MSRTC finally call-off a five-day strike after HC orders
Author: 0 MSRTC finally call-off a five-day strike after HC orders

The final report is to be submitted by December 21, 2017. The MSRTC employees, numbering over one lakh, had been demanding salary in accordance with the 7th Pay Commission recommendations. The state transport ferries over 65 lakh passengers everyday. "This is affecting the public at large, especially during the festive season", the court added.

Medical Lawmaker Draws Backlash After Asking If HIV Patients Could Be 'Legally' Quarantined
Author: 0 Lawmaker Draws Backlash After Asking If HIV Patients Could Be 'Legally' Quarantined

That goes double for Georgia, which ranked second in the nation for new HIV diagnoses in 2013, with black residents at the highest risk of contracting it. Schoettes wrote: "As advocates for people living with HIV, we have dedicated our lives to combating this disease and no longer feel we can do so effectively within the confines of an advisory body to a president who simply does not care".

Author: 0 Taylor Swift's New Song "Gorgeous" Arrives Thursday Night

Entitled " Gorgeous ", the song will arrive at midnight ET/9PM PT on the night of Thursday, October 19. It's the second promotional single to be released from her sixth studio album " Reputation ", after '.Ready for It?', and third overall including her number one lead single " Look What You Made Me Do ".

Author: 0 Pharmacists Concerned with Lack of Accessible Flu Shots

The injectable vaccine provides protection four strains of flu most likely to circulate this season, including the more severe H3N2. AHS said influenza caused more ER visits than heart attacks and strokes. To find the closest location where flu shots are available go to the government of Saskatchewan's website . Children under the age of nine must be vaccinated at a public health clinic.

Medical DC Circuit Grapples With Immigrant Minor's Abortion Access
Author: 0 DC Circuit Grapples With Immigrant Minor's Abortion Access

The case of Jane Doe , as she is known to protect the 17-year-old's identity, was appealed by the D.C. circuit court a day earlier in yet another escalation of the case, which began when Doe obtained permission from a state judge, in lieu of parental consent, and raised private money to pay for the procedure.

Medical Mom Arrested After Daughter's Teacher Beaten With Brick
Author: 0 Mom Arrested After Daughter's Teacher Beaten With Brick

While at a traffic light, Daishonta M. Williams, the parent of a Pittsburgh King student, allegedly threw a brick at the teacher's auto. According to Pugh, the school district has a policy for each of its schools that prohibits cell phone usage in classrooms, but enforcement of the policy varies from school to school.

Medical Your brain knows when you've just died, researchers say
Author: 0 Your brain knows when you've just died, researchers say

Death just became even more scary: scientists say people are aware they're dead because their consciousness continues to work after the body has stopped showing signs of life, reported The Independent . Their accounts of those conversations were then verified by the nursing staff who were present. As blood stops reaching the brain, its functions are also halted nearly instantaneously.

Medical Philip Morris International Inc
Author: 0 Philip Morris International Inc

Philip Morris International has $140.0 highest and $80 lowest target. Finally, Acropolis Investment Management LLC lifted its position in Philip Morris International by 0.5% during the 2nd quarter. Analysts have given a mean recommendation of 2.40 on this stock (A rating of less than 2 means buy, "hold" within the 3 range, "sell" within the 4 range, and "strong sell" within the 5 range).

Medical Global pollution deaths are 9m annually
Author: 0 Global pollution deaths are 9m annually

In simple terms, one in six deaths were due to pollution. Its dangers lie in respiratory and heart diseases including lung cancer, which can develop from long-term exposure. Professor Philip Landrigan, from the Icahn School of Medicine in New York City, US, who co-led the investigation, said: "Pollution is much more than an environmental challenge - it is a profound and pervasive threat that affects many aspects of human health and well-being".

Medical McLaren set to unveil its most extreme road vehicle ever
Author: 0 McLaren set to unveil its most extreme road vehicle ever

McLaren has started to tease a new Ultimate Series Car - codenamed P15 - which will join the McLaren BP23 as successors to the P1 . More details, including the car's name, have been promised by the end of the year. Specific details haven't been uncovered but the British company says that daily usability is sacrificed to provide the most intense driver experience on the track.

Medical British nationals kidnapped in Nigeria's delta region
Author: 0 British nationals kidnapped in Nigeria's delta region

Gunmen suspected to be militants on Wednesday kidnapped four British nationals in Delta State. Aniamaka said the four had been providing medical aid in the country and that police were attempting to rescue them. "From the intelligence we have, the kidnap may not be unconnected to the onslaught on militant activities by the military". Kidnapping for ransom is a nationwide problem in certain parts of Nigeria and the Niger Delta region has seen a rise in crime over the past few years.

Medical 'KRACK attack' targets your home's WiFi network
Author: 0 'KRACK attack' targets your home's WiFi network

Made by Mathy Vanhoef , a security expert at Belgian university KU Leuven, the discovery is not without precedent. WPA2, by contrast, comfortably remains the most commonly used wireless security protocol. Nearly all now used WiFi network and, therefore, all connected devices can be hacked. Websites that don't display a padlock icon in the address bar, on the other hand, will create an opening for attackers.

Medical Maharashtra state transport staff begins indefinite strike
Author: 0 Maharashtra state transport staff begins indefinite strike

The MSRTC employees are on a strike demanding a pay hike. "We had put up notices at all the bus depots asking the agitating staff to call off the strike and resume duty by Tuesday evening, but unfortunately they have not done so". Long-distance passengers, who plan to travel to their hometowns for the festival, will especially face a hard time. MSRTC caters to the transport needs of about 65 lakh passengers who travel by ST buses across the state .

Author: 0 The Last Jedi' Character

Reese Witherspoon's sexual assault revelation at Elle's Women in Hollywood event on Monday (16Oct17) brought back terrible memories for her Big Little Lies co-star Laura Dern . How bad. Apparently, prior to her mother bringing up the experience, Laura hadn't classified it as sexual assault or harassment. Commenting on the event, which was also attended by Jessica Chastain, Kathleen Kennedy and Margot Robbie, she continued: "The most exciting part is in moving forward, we talked ...

Medical FDA Approves Second Personalized Therapy for Cancer
Author: 0 FDA Approves Second Personalized Therapy for Cancer

There are approximately 72,000 new cases of National Hockey League diagnosed in the United States annually. The two drugs won't compete head to head immediately, as Kymriah is now only approved in paediatric patients with acute lymphoblastic leukaemia (ALL), a smaller group than the broad licence for Yescarta covering B cell lymphoma.

Medical Montana gets another extension to comply with REAL ID
Author: 0 Montana gets another extension to comply with REAL ID

The waiver granted by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security means current driver's licenses and ID cards will be accepted for access into federal facilities, including military installations and boarding aircraft, until October 2020. After October 2020, only REAL ID compliant credentials will be accepted for this objective. Most states around Minnesota already comply with Real ID, including Wisconsin, Iowa and South Dakota.

Medical Court tosses out $72 million Johnson & Johnson talcum powder verdict
Author: 0 Court tosses out $72 million Johnson & Johnson talcum powder verdict

Louis against J&J, which is based in New Jersey, and jurors in four out of five trials held so far have awarded more than $300 million in all. In a decision in a case involving Bristol-Myers Squibb Co., the Supreme Court said state courts could not hear claims by non-residents who were not injured in that particular state or if the defendant company was not based in that state.

Medical MFD supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Author: 0 MFD supports Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Each year, more than 12,000 women in North Carolina receive breast and cervical screenings through the BCCCP program. The statistics reveal that 38,856 women and 9,643 men were seen in the clinics, something that the organisers say is a reflection of the campaign's concerted efforts to raise awareness about the importance of regular medical examinations as a key tool for early detection and complete recovery from breast cancer.

Medical Haryana Singer Harshita Dahiya shot dead in Panipat
Author: 0 Haryana Singer Harshita Dahiya shot dead in Panipat

The shooting took place at 4 pm on Tuesday. According to the Newspaper, The deceased, Harshita Dahiya (22), was from Nahra-Nahri village of Sonipat district but was living at Narela in Delhi. Police officials suspected a gangster named Dinesh in connection with the incident. He also said that her brother-in-law was already in jail. Harshita was known for her Haryanvi "Ragini" songs and was also a dancer.

Author: 0 CELG) — Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ

Edgewood Ltd Limited Liability Company stated it has 6.66% of its portfolio in Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG ). It has outperformed by 0.30% the S&P500. Short traders are feeling a little more bearish on shares of Celgene Corporation if you evaluate the rise in short interest. Trading volume for Celgene Corporation was 4.08 Million in its previous trading session.