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Medical Heart Surgery May Be Less Risky In The Afternoon, Study Suggests
Author: 0 Heart Surgery May Be Less Risky In The Afternoon, Study Suggests

Experts have identified a link between the circadian clock - the internal body clock that controls when we sleep, eat and wake up - and damage after surgery. The latest study, published in The Lancet , chimes with previous research suggesting heart attacks that happen in the morning may be associated with a higher risk of the damage, compared to afternoon events.

Medical Yes Bank second-quarter profit up 25 percent, lags estimates
Author: 0 Yes Bank second-quarter profit up 25 percent, lags estimates

Net profit for the first half of the fiscal declined to Rs 511.78 crore from Rs 585.86 crore in the year-ago period. During the current financial year, the bank made an additional provisioning of Rs 651.2 crore for the 12 accounts referred to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, the private sector lender said in its stock exchange filing.

Medical Poster: Superstar Rajinikanth aka Chitti is in love with Amy Jackson
Author: 0 Poster: Superstar Rajinikanth aka Chitti is in love with Amy Jackson

The team including Rajinikanth, Akshay Kumar, Amy Jackson, A R Rehman arrived Dubai for this event. Bollywood star Akshay Kumar, who is making his debut with 2.0, has been quite upbeat about the project. If you are in Dubai and don't have tickets for the event, you can go to a popular mall near you and catch the event live. Only yesterday, the 2.0 team held a press meet to discuss 2.0.

Author: 0 New gene-editing technique may lead to treatment for thousands of diseases

USA researchers have developed a new version of the revolutionary gene-editing CRISPR tool for efficiently editing RNA , rather than DNA, in human cells , according to a study published Thursday in the US journal Science . Cells interpret this as guanine. The molecular system, called RNA Editing for Programmable A to I Replacement ( REPAIR ) has profound potential as a tool for both research and disease treatment.

Author: 0 Price Target Analysis of Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD)

Gilead Sciences, Inc . traded at a P/E ratio of 8.67, suggesting the potentiality of a higher growth in the future. The Caprock Group Inc holds 4,539 shares with $321,000 value, down from 11,538 last quarter. Glenmede Tru Na reported 0.14% stake. 285.20 million shares or 2.71% less from 293.14 million shares in 2017Q1 were reported. Carnegie Cap Asset Management Ltd Llc holds 0.08% or 8,553 shares in its portfolio.

Medical Breast cancer affected by environment over genetics, study funds
Author: 0 Breast cancer affected by environment over genetics, study funds

Focusing on the history and progress of breast cancer, the seminars highlighted the main advancements in treatment leading to the recent breakthroughs of personalized medicine. Over the past week, viewers have sent in their questions about breast cancers that they would like to be answered. "There is no sure way to prevent breast cancer, so it is important for women with disabilities to be their own advocate, be an active participant in their healthcare and get regular screenings".

Medical Khloe Kardashian And Tristan Thompson's Baby's Gender 'Confirmed'
Author: 0 Khloe Kardashian And Tristan Thompson's Baby's Gender 'Confirmed'

Kenan? It's a new day, which means we have another ~confirmation~ regarding a Kardashian pregnancy. As it's been said before, the devil works hard but Kris Jenner works harder. Meanwhile, older sister Kim Kardashian has confirmed she and husband Kanye West have a third child on the way via a surrogate mother. However, Khloe has said she would "love to have a family" with Tristan.

Medical Patnaik praises AIIMS doctors for separating twins
Author: 0 Patnaik praises AIIMS doctors for separating twins

Minister for Health and Family Welfare Pratap Jena, who was monitoring the developments from here said, after almost 11 hours of second phase surgery, heads of the twins have been separated successfully. There were 20 surgeons and 10 anaesthesiologists involved in the 16-hour-long surgery. The first phase of the surgery was performed on August 28 when the doctors created venous bypass to separate the veins shared by the babies that returns blood to the heart from the brain.

Author: 0 ACIP recommends 3rd MMR vaccine dose amid outbreaks

The committee's recommendation states that people who have had two doses of mumps vaccine, but who are at risk in a mumps outbreak should receive the third dose, according to STAT , a health news website. It also said people previously inoculated with Zostavax should come back to get the new vaccine. "The new recommendations mean up to 62 million more adults in the U.S.

Medical IPhone X to See Just 20 Million Units Shipped in 2017
Author: 0 IPhone X to See Just 20 Million Units Shipped in 2017

As Apple was expecting this month to boost its sales after the launch of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus , things didn't work out as expected for Apple. Apple's tenth-anniversary iPhone, iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10), is here. So the difference between the iPhone X and iPhone 8 comes out to be around Rs 25,000.

Medical Fake stamp paper kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi passes away in Bengaluru
Author: 0 Fake stamp paper kingpin Abdul Karim Telgi passes away in Bengaluru

Son of a railway employee who started off as a vegetable and fruit vendor in trains, Telgi , 56, was battling for life for about a week. His condition has not shown any improvement and prognosis from past one week and he died around 3.55 pm on Thursday, said special officer, Trauma Care Centre at Victoria Hospital .

Medical Insys Founder Charged With Racketeering In Opioid Scheme
Author: 0 Insys Founder Charged With Racketeering In Opioid Scheme

At the center of this matter lies Subsys, a powerful fetanyl-based, sub-lingual spray manufactured by Insys that was approved in 2012 by the Food and Drug administration (FDA) for use by adult cancer patients with breakthrough pain. "Today's arrest and charges reflect our ongoing efforts to attack the opioid crisis from all angles", Weinreb added. He will appear in U.S. District Court in Boston at a later date.

Author: 0 'Deeds not words': May's promise to tackle mental health undermined by stats

A recent report by the Children's Commissioner estimated that only between a quarter and a fifth of children with mental-health conditions received help past year. Many people are becoming more comfortable talking about the personal toll mental health problems can take. "In many instances employers simply don't understand the crucial role they can play, or know where to go for advice and support", Farmer said.

Medical Interest-sensitive stocks, derivatives expiry buoy equity markets
Author: 0 Interest-sensitive stocks, derivatives expiry buoy equity markets

The key Indian equity indices made substantial gains on Wednesday, a day after the government announced its plan to recapitalise pubic sector banks (PSB) and boost the overall infrastructure spend. The Government's announcement of Rs 9-lakh crore booster dose charged up banking and infra stocks in both bourses as the Centre acted with various measures to spur the economy, including a Rs 2.11 lakh crore recapitalisation plan for PSU banks and a massive Rs 6.92 lakh crore road building ...

Medical Suspected Boko Haram attack kills eight soldiers, civilian in Nigeria's northeast
Author: 0 Suspected Boko Haram attack kills eight soldiers, civilian in Nigeria's northeast

It was gathered that the terrorist group stormed a football pitch where the soldiers were in five Hilux Toyota Pick-ups, drove straight to the unsuspecting troops and opened fire on them. He said: "Earlier today, the unit in conjunction with gallant 22 Mobile Strike Team accompanied by some Civilian JTF, based on credible information carried out offensive operations at suspected Boko Haram terrorists hideouts at Mogola, Ngaiwa, Tongule and Warsele villages in Ngala Local Government Area of ...

Medical Poster out! Rajinikanth claims the throne as Chitti
Author: 0 Poster out! Rajinikanth claims the throne as Chitti

The film's audio launch is all set to take place on Friday in Dubai . Directed by Shankar the teaser of the film will be out in November and the trailer will be out in December. Rajinikanth along with the team flew to Dubai yesterday in a special flight. Also, it is being reported that prime minister of UAE and the ruler of Emirates of Dubai , Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum also might attend the event.

Author: 0 What you need to know about the plague

Madagascar‚ which has travel and trade ties to South Africa‚ has experienced a large outbreak of plague‚ also known as the "black death"‚ since August. The disease has claimed 124 lives in Madagascar since August 1‚ according to reports‚ and about 1,200 suspected‚ probable and confirmed cases have been recorded so far.

Medical Attack faked, Rohini woman killed by restauranteur husband: Delhi Police
Author: 0 Attack faked, Rohini woman killed by restauranteur husband: Delhi Police

Although earlier it was reported that the woman identified as Priya Mehra succumbed to bullet injuries on Tuesday night when she was travelling in a vehicle along with her husband Pankaj and son. "On sustained questioning, he confessed to killing her", he said.Pankaj told the police that he owed nearly?40 lakh to a Sonipat-based moneylender who had been threatening him and his family to return the money , As Reported By Hindu .

Medical J&K CM Mehbooba meets HM Rajnath in New Delhi
Author: 0 J&K CM Mehbooba meets HM Rajnath in New Delhi

In retaliation, militants have attacked and ransacked houses of several policemen, including of a senior officer, in parts of Pulwama and Kulgam districts. She was referring to media reports claiming that security forces had entered the homes of some militants and threatened their family members.Mehbooba praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi for appointing interlocutor and start the process of reconciliation in Kashmir.Referring to the recent instances of braid chopping, the chief minister said ...

Medical Swiss Couple Assaulted in Fatehpur Sikri, No Arrests Yet
Author: 0 Swiss Couple Assaulted in Fatehpur Sikri, No Arrests Yet

Sushma Swaraj moved to Twitter and posted, "I have asked for a report from the State Government". "My officers will reach them in the hospital", she said in another tweet. Clerc is recuperating at the Apollo hospital, in Delhi. The UP police arrested a suspect on Wednesday in connection with the assault. The incident, which comes as an embarrassment to the state's tourism industry, took place around 40 km from Agra, when the Swiss couple were walking along a train track.

Medical You can link Aadhar with govt schemes till Mar 31
Author: 0 You can link Aadhar with govt schemes till Mar 31

AG K K Venugopal told the Supreme Court that the Centre would respond on Monday regarding the mandatory linking of bank accounts with Aadhaar cards. During the course of the hearing, the court sought to know if the government could promise that no coercive would be taken against those who chose not link their Aadhaar until the SC takes a final call.

Medical Bipartisan Obamacare-payment deal would save almost $4 billion, CBO says
Author: 0 Bipartisan Obamacare-payment deal would save almost $4 billion, CBO says

The Trump administration announced earlier this month that they would not pay the insurer subsidies anymore, arguing they were being made illegally. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he needs full buy-in from Mr. Trump and the House before putting the bill on the floor, however. It is unclear whether the Alexander-Murray bill will ever come to a vote in Congress.

Author: 0 Public health urges residents to get flu shot

The paper's authors looked at immunization rates from the 2012-2013 flu season, when the nasal spray vaccine was still available, through the 2016-2017 flu season. "The more people that have obtained the flu shot that you're around, the less likely you are going to get the flu". The mist is free for anyone 2- to 18-years old, but may come with a fee for anyone else.

Author: 0 CRISPR Bacon: Chinese Scientists Create Genetically Modified Low-Fat Pigs

A United Kingdom government Commons Committee in 2016 launched an investigation into whether CRISPR-edited products would be subject to the same laws as other genetically modified foods, which are now fully supported. It's also not clear if people are willing to eat such genetically modified pigs. The approval of the genetically modified salmon for human consumption was not without its critics, with the Center for Food Safety calling the FDA process "inadequate".

Medical Gun deaths, injuries in California spike following Nevada gun shows
Author: 0 Gun deaths, injuries in California spike following Nevada gun shows

Researchers analyzed death and injuries related to funs in California before and after gun shows in Nevada and California. The research could help prevent gun deaths by charting a pattern between where weapons are purchased at gun shows and where shootings take place, according to the authors.

Author: 0 Leicester assistant Appleton unsure of future after Leeds victory

Leicester City summer signing Kelechi Iheanacho is hoping that after netting his first goal since joining the club on Tuesday night many more will follow in the near future. The lead was short-lived, though. However, the Leeds goalkeeper lacked the bravery to try to grasp the ball with his hands and in challenging Slimani with his feet presented an opportunity to Iheanacho, who returned a composed finish from just outside the area into the bottom corner of the net.

Author: 0 Bear in Myanmar has giant tongue removed by team of vets

Images released by the University of Edinburgh's Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies show how Nyan htoo's tongue drooped out of his mouth and had swollen at the tip like a huge pink balloon. According to the university, Nyan htoo is recovering well. They were joined by Romain Pizzi from Wildlife Surgery International in preparing a plan to alleviate the animal's suffering, with support from charities the Winton Foundation for the Welfare of Bears and Free the Bears.

Medical Cross-country woman biker Sana killed
Author: 0 Cross-country woman biker Sana killed

Cross-country biker Sana Iqbal, who made headlines with her solo expedition against depression and suicide , died in a auto crash near Hyderabad yesterday. Her personal slogan that she always advocated was, "Suicide is NOT the solution". 30-year-old Sana Iqbal who just completed 38,000 kms riding a motorcycle to spread awareness about depression and suicide, ironically died in a vehicle accident.

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.

Medical Mohamed praises Bill Gates for support on polio drive
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.