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Medical FDA warns about 'bone treats' after reports of dog illnesses, deaths
Author: 0 FDA warns about 'bone treats' after reports of dog illnesses, deaths

In the consumer update, the FDA reportedly reviewed 68 cases of dog illnesses because they got sick after gnawing on dog bone treats. The Food and Drug Administration warned consumers not to buy commercial dog bones after several reports of illness and death of pets, the agency said in a notice this month.

Medical Oxford withdraws Aung San Suu Kyi's 'Freedom of the City' award
Author: 0 Oxford withdraws Aung San Suu Kyi's 'Freedom of the City' award

It is the latest snub for Ms Suu Kyi after her portrait was removed from her alma mater of St Hugh's College, where she studied for a degree in philosophy, politics and economics between 1964 and 1967. "Our reputation is tarnished by honouring those who turn a blind eye to violence". Peace can only be achieved through "justice and a respect for human rights", he said in an speech that also called for "respect for each ethnic group and its identity".

Medical Jimbo Fisher expected to take Texas A&M job
Author: 0 Jimbo Fisher expected to take Texas A&M job

Sumlin had two years remaining on his contract, and the Chronicle reported that the two sides will negotiate a $10 million buyout. Sumlin almost went to the SunDevils six years ago from UH before accepting the A&M job. "No matter who you are or what you do, you're able to live with yourself if you leave something better than it was when you got there", Sumlin said after the 24-point loss at LSU on Saturday.

Medical Tobacco companies must run ads about the dangers of smoking
Author: 0 Tobacco companies must run ads about the dangers of smoking

Federal district judge Gladys Kessler ruled in 2006 that they'd have to pay for and place the ads, but the companies kept tying things up with appeals. Now, after over a decade of delaying and appealing a ruling that said the tobacco industry would have to run its own ad campaign admitting its nefarious deeds, the companies have have made a killing by killing are finally being forced to come clean.

Medical 'Sacrificed To The Wolves': Nurse Fired After Tweet About White Babies
Author: 0 'Sacrificed To The Wolves': Nurse Fired After Tweet About White Babies

An Indiana hospital plans to investigate a tweet from one of its nurses calling for white women to sacrifice their sons, the hospital announced Saturday. The social media post, which was shared by a woman who went by the name Night Nurse, said white women raise sons that are a "detriment to society".

Medical Coins, needles removed from youth's body in Madhya Pradesh
Author: 0 Coins, needles removed from youth's body in Madhya Pradesh

Maqsood underwent an X ray and the cause behind his abdominal pain was identified as the presence of the surprising amount of metal inside his abdomen said Dr Priyank Sharma, attached to the Sanjay Gandhi Medical College and Hospital (SGMCH) who attended to Maqsood.

Medical Gujarat Assembly elections: Arvind Kejriwal asks voters to 'uproot' BJP
Author: 0 Gujarat Assembly elections: Arvind Kejriwal asks voters to 'uproot' BJP

Kejriwal was speaking at the Aam Aadmi Party's National Conference at the Ramlila Maidan in New Delhi on the occasion of the AAP's fifth anniversary. Scores of AAP volunteers and party leaders from several parts of the country were present for the national convention. "We have to find the right way", the AAP leader said.

Medical Kohli double ton helps India to 405-run lead
Author: 0 Kohli double ton helps India to 405-run lead

He walked off to a standing ovation from a raucous crowd. Pujara was dismissed three overs before the end of the lunch session. He has also achieved double centuries against the West Indies, New Zealand, England and Bangladesh . Sri Lanka and India plans to expedited delayed projects agreed in April 2017, and also take forward talks on a free trade deal, Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe had said at the end of an official visit to India .

Medical 'Anti-Terrorism' Muslim Alliance Meets in Saudi, Qatar Excluded
Author: 0 'Anti-Terrorism' Muslim Alliance Meets in Saudi, Qatar Excluded

Several observers have referred to the coalition is an "Islamic Nato". Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has vowed during the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition's forum to end terrorism which has mutilated the image of Islam and terrorized innocent people all over the world.

Medical Alleged husband killer arraigned, remanded in prison
Author: 0 Alleged husband killer arraigned, remanded in prison

Maryam's lawyer, Hussein Musa had asked the court to let the defendant be in police custody, arguing that she is still a nursing mother and would be improper to be remanded in prison custody. He insisted that once an accused was arraigned, the proper place of custody was the prison and not the custody of the investigating agency. Justice Yusuf thereafter adjourned till December 7 for hearing of the matter.

Medical Delhi Metro loses three lakh commuters after steep fare hike
Author: 0 Delhi Metro loses three lakh commuters after steep fare hike

The minimum fare is Rs 10 (up to 2 km), while the maximum fare is Rs 60 (beyond 32 km). The dip in the month of October is its steepest ever. Daily ridership had also fallen in June 2017 by almost 1.5 lakh when compared with June 2016, and by around 0.8 lakh over the previous month.

Medical Florida to meet with UCF head coach Scott Frost this weekend
Author: 0 Florida to meet with UCF head coach Scott Frost this weekend

Kelly, who is now an analyst for ESPN , is also moving on to other potential landing spots with UCLA as the front runner if he decides to return to coaching. Frost is a former Ducks assistant who was on Kelly's staff. He was previously an assistant with OR from 2009 to 2015, working under Kelly until the latter left for the National Football League in 2013.

Medical Old Sacramento kicks off holiday season with Christmas tree lighting
Author: 0 Old Sacramento kicks off holiday season with Christmas tree lighting

The Salem Youth Council will be serving hot chocolate and doughnuts. The event will be held 5-9 p.m. November 24 around Penn Square, King and Queen streets. Alpine will turn on the city's lights in a ceremony in Legacy Park. For more information on Letters From Santa, visit the USPS website . 542-7408.

Medical Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee A Day May Have Health Benefits
Author: 0 Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee A Day May Have Health Benefits

Early risers will be happy to hear that drinking more coffee isn't necessarily a bad thing, following research which has found that three to four cups a day offers "the greatest benefit" to caffeine lovers. "There is a balance of risks in life, and the benefits of moderate consumption of coffee seem to outweigh the risks", said Roderick. "But there is the possibility that the association with better health is due to something else that coffee drinkers are more likely to do".

Medical Boko Haram responsible for 357 deaths in 2017 - Amnesty Int.
Author: 0 Boko Haram responsible for 357 deaths in 2017 - Amnesty Int.

The death toll in Tuesday's suicide bombing of a mosque has risen to 60, and combined with another separate shooting attack by unknown gunmen on nomadic Fulani herdsmen in Adamawa State's Numan local government area which killed 45 people, the number of reported fatalities now stands at 105.

Medical Health department reports increase in flu cases
Author: 0 Health department reports increase in flu cases

Smith said the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that November 27 through December 2 is being observed as National Influenza Vaccination Week. The healthcare sector regulator explained that the flu vaccination is available for all, with priority given to groups at high risk including the elderly, those with chronic diseases, pregnant women and children under five, as well as people working in healthcare.

Medical Sensex trading higher, Nifty above 10350 level; Infosys top gainer
Author: 0 Sensex trading higher, Nifty above 10350 level; Infosys top gainer

Both Nifty and Sensex gained for the sixth straight day, thus recovering from last week's slump which saw Sensex tanking more than 1,000 points in three days. "Benchmark indices traded in a narrow range where markets did not do much for the entire day". At 10 AM: Markets continued to trade in green. Sector-wise, the S&P BSE IT index rose by 139.62 points, followed by consumer durables index by 89.74 points and capital goods index by 81.91 points.

Medical Cinnamon may be the secret to weight loss this holiday season
Author: 0 Cinnamon may be the secret to weight loss this holiday season

Professor Jun Wu, researcher from the University of MI, has gained a better understanding of how these essential oils can help maintain human body weight. Jun Wu said in a statement given to Michigan News that, "It's only been relatively recently that energy surplus has become a problem. So, any energy-consuming process usually turns off the moment the body doesn't need it".

Medical Delhi: 4-yr-old sexually assaults classmate; case registered
Author: 0 Delhi: 4-yr-old sexually assaults classmate; case registered

When the mother approached the school authorities, they allegedly did not cooperate and asked her to give a written complaint. The girl, who is of the same age, allegedly came home complaining of pain in her private parts. Her mother said the boy unbuttoned her daughter's trousers, touched her bloomers and put his finger inside. The mother met a counsellor from the Delhi Commission for Women (DCW) and registered a case against the school administration.

Medical Company fires about 50 workers for refusing to get flu shot
Author: 0 Company fires about 50 workers for refusing to get flu shot

The company said in a statement that 99 percent of its 13,900 employees either received the vaccine , have been exempted or are in the process of filing for exemption. He cited CDC research showing this year's vaccine is expected to be 60 percent effective against the flu. But the new policy has some workers speaking out against the move.

Medical Different types of alcohol trigger different emotional responses
Author: 0 Different types of alcohol trigger different emotional responses

Their answers showed that they attributed different emotions - energised, relaxed, sexy, confident and exhausted, aggressive, ill, restless, and tearful - to different types of alcohol . He said: "Spirits are often consumed more quickly and have much higher concentrations of alcohol in them". This can result in a quicker stimulating effect as blood alcohol levels increase.

Medical TalkSPORT 2 Champions League commentary on November 21, 2017
Author: 0 TalkSPORT 2 Champions League commentary on November 21, 2017

Third-placed Dortmund must beat Group H leaders Spurs and hope Real Madrid fail to win at APOEL, also on Tuesday, to keep alive their thin hopes of reaching the last 16. "The team stepped up and after Saturday we were ready to compete here in a hard game against a hard team and we are so proud". "They were fit [to play against Arsenal], both Dele Alli and Harry Kane", Pochettino said.

Medical Denver Broncos to Start Paxton Lynch In Week 12
Author: 0 Denver Broncos to Start Paxton Lynch In Week 12

Osweiler had previously replaced Trevor Siemian , who started the Broncos' first seven games of the season after beating out Lynch in training camp. He lost the starting quarterback job to Siemian past year and an injury to his throwing shoulder has kept him out since August.

Medical Shootout in Delhi's Dwarka, five criminals arrested
Author: 0 Shootout in Delhi's Dwarka, five criminals arrested

A major encounter broke out between dreaded criminals and police forces in New Delhi's Dwarka locality on Tuesday. When a joint team of Delhi and the Punjab Police reached the spot, the criminals escaped from the building. The local district police assisted them in the operation. A witness who was near the station at the time when the incident occurred said he saw a man dressed in plainclothes carrying a "sophisticated weapon" firing towards the building and heard gunshots from inside as ...

Medical Sleeping on back can up stillbirth risk
Author: 0 Sleeping on back can up stillbirth risk

Despite being unable to explain the precise mechanism, the team thinks the data is enough to recommend sleeping on the side - especially because it's not the kind of thing we can ethically or practically test with experiments. Dr Stacey was one of the first academics to highlight the association between sleep position and the increased risk of stillbirth in a paper that was published in The BMJ in 2011.

Medical One last gift granted, Christmas comes early for ME boy fighting cancer
Author: 0 One last gift granted, Christmas comes early for ME boy fighting cancer

Jacob Thompson's family announced on social media that he died Sunday at Maine Medical Center in Portland. Neuroblastoma is a rare type of cancer that generally affects children ages five or younger. After learning that Jacob loved penguins, the Mystic Aquarium in CT brought the tuxedo birds to ME to meet their young fan. On November 9th, members of the law enforcement community from across New England caravanned to ME to visit Jacob .

Medical Florida or UCLA? Chip Kelly seems to have choices, and the leverage
Author: 0 Florida or UCLA? Chip Kelly seems to have choices, and the leverage

Kelly and Florida officials met on Sunday in New Hampshire , per Bruce Feldman of Sports Illustrated. Now that it has happened, the UCLA brass seem to be locked in on trying to lure Kelly to Westwood. "I'm in Bristol on the weekends and in New Hampshire during the week". "Lot of interest in the job". The only time Kelly , a New Hampshire native, has spent in the FBS ranks came at OR, and he recruited southern California extensively when he was at Oregon.

Medical Former Nigerian VP Alex Ekwueme dies in London
Author: 0 Former Nigerian VP Alex Ekwueme dies in London

Born October 21, 1932, Ekweme was the first elected Vice President of Nigeria. Orji Kalu, has described the demise of former Vice President of Nigeria, Dr. Senator Mark urged the federal government to immortalize Ekwueme for his selfless contributions to the nation. The President, Nigeria Union, South Africa, Mr Adetola Olubajo on Monday told the newsmen in Pretoria that they received the news with shock.

Medical Rajamouli's Multi Starrer movie with Ram Charan, Jr NTR
Author: 0 Rajamouli's Multi Starrer movie with Ram Charan, Jr NTR

There are many rumors have been running on social media that the combination of Junior NTR and Ram Charan multi-starer movie coming. Fans would be wondering why there's no Prabhas in the picture. No one can imagine it could be an unexpected multi-starrer movie. NTR are going to act in this movie. The Ram Charan-Boyapati film is produced by DVV Danayya and targeted for Dussera 2018 release.

Medical Dog owners live longer, so in your face, cat fans
Author: 0 Dog owners live longer, so in your face, cat fans

The research, published Friday in the journal Scientific Reports , claims to be "by far the largest investigation" into the links between dog ownership and health. Well you can add this to the growing list of reasons to get a dog, new research suggests man's best friend is helping owners live longer. 'We know dog owners in general have a higher level of physical activity, which could be one explanation to the observed results, 'explains Professor Tove Fall.

Medical UCLA Head Football Coach Jim Mora Relieved of Duties
Author: 0 UCLA Head Football Coach Jim Mora Relieved of Duties

The Bruins won more than seven games just once in nine seasons before Mora's arrival. "Making a coaching change is never easy, but it's an especially hard decision when you know that a coach has given his all to our University", said UCLA athletic director Dan Guerrero.

Medical Manmohan Singh bags Indira Gandhi Prize
Author: 0 Manmohan Singh bags Indira Gandhi Prize

Indira Gandhi on her birth anniversary", he tweeted. Gandhi belonged to the Nehru-Gandhi family and was the daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru, the first Indian prime minister. She faced them all with courage, fortified by her dedication to making India strong, united and prosperous. "It was her championship of the Green Revolution that freed India from endemic starvation".

Medical Islamabad protestors remain put as deadline to vacate Faizabad Interchange passes
Author: 0 Islamabad protestors remain put as deadline to vacate Faizabad Interchange passes

Supporters of Pakistani radical religious parties shout anti-government slogans during a sit-in protest in Islamabad , Pakistan, Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017. He had also added that the protesters were carrying weapons. Islamabad police are also in contact with Rawalpindi police for additional forces. Justice Shaukat Aziz Siddiqui had directed the authorities to vacate the key route from the protesters by 10am Saturday (tomorrow).

Medical Mourinho fuming at England giving Jones jabs
Author: 0 Mourinho fuming at England giving Jones jabs

Mourinho conducted a newspaper interview on Wednesday in which he expressed his frustration at the national team's use of Jones and described himself as "naive" in comparison to other coaches who withdraw players carrying injuries from global selection.

Medical Surgeon claims he's performed world's first human head transplant on a corpse
Author: 0 Surgeon claims he's performed world's first human head transplant on a corpse

He said the successful surgery on the corpse demonstrated that effectiveness of his newly developed techniques - which involve reconnecting the spinal cord, nerves and blood vessels using a special compound which promote tissue healing. Only a year ago, Dr Ren had successfully grafted a head onto a monkey's body, the report said. Sergio Canavero says he's with the help of specialists representing the Medical University of Harbin, had a transplantation of the head on the corpse, and the ...

Medical Trump adds 5 judges to potential Supreme Court nominee list
Author: 0 Trump adds 5 judges to potential Supreme Court nominee list

Also named as potential Supreme Court picks are Judge Amy Barrett of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals; Judge Britt Grant of the Georgia Supreme Court; Judge Kevin Newsom of the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals and Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice Patrick Wyrick.

Medical Dog ownership linked to living longer, study finds
Author: 0 Dog ownership linked to living longer, study finds

The study, published in Scientific Reports , used health and dog ownership information on individuals aged between 40 and 80 who had no prior cardiovascular disease. Risk of death among these dog owners fell by 11% and their chances of cardiovascular death were 15% lower. It's possible that dog owners are healthier and more active before they get a canine companion, she said.

Medical UN Security Council rejects 2 rival resolutions on Syria
Author: 0 UN Security Council rejects 2 rival resolutions on Syria

Russian Federation has vetoed nine resolutions on Syria since the conflict started in 2011, including blocking an initial USA bid on October 24 to renew the JIM, saying it wanted to wait for the release two days later of the inquiry's report that blamed a sarin gas attack on the Syrian government.

Medical Santa Clara County reports its first flu death of the season
Author: 0 Santa Clara County reports its first flu death of the season

No other cases of severe flu have been reported to the Public Health Department this flu season. Health officials recommend that everyone 6 months of age and older get vaccinated. The flu causes about 500 deaths and almost 3,000 hospitalizations each year in Louisiana. The flu shot is available at many pharmacies, from your family doctor from Public Health.

Medical Mild Temperatures, Showers Likely Thursday
Author: 0 Mild Temperatures, Showers Likely Thursday

Even if it came at the cost of chiller temperatures and a biting wind, it certainly was nice to ditch the rain today! The snow continues Thursday night into early Friday , with a light accumulation expected across the region. Daytime highs will be in the 40s with overnight lows in the 20s. SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and cold temperatures develop, with a low of 24 degrees.

Medical EPCA withdraws parking fee hike in Delhi
Author: 0 EPCA withdraws parking fee hike in Delhi

The Supreme Court-mandated Environment Pollution Control Authority (EPCA) on Thursday withdrew the ban on construction activities, entry of trucks and enhanced parking fees from across Delhi-NCR as air quality remained out of the "emergency" category for the second straight day.

Author: 0 Edgewood Management LLC Marginally Increases Its Stake in Celgene Corp (CELG) Stock

The overall volume in the last trading session was 4,894,187 shares. About 7.28 million shares traded. On Wednesday, Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ:CY) reached at $16.36 price level during last trade its distance from 20 days simple moving average is 1.18%, and its distance from 50 days simple moving average is 6.52% while it has a distance of 16.42% from the 200 days simple moving average.

Medical Isolated Amish Group Carries Anti-aging Gene
Author: 0 Isolated Amish Group Carries Anti-aging Gene

Those with this gene variant live more than 10 percent longer than those without it, with an average lifespan of 85, rather than 71, years. Researchers studied 177 members of the Berne Amish community in IN, and found 43 who had one mutant copy of the gene, SERPINE1.

Medical Rose McGowan surrenders over drug charge warrant
Author: 0 Rose McGowan surrenders over drug charge warrant

A warrant for her arrest was obtained after belongings left behind on a flight arriving at nearby Washington Dulles global airport tested positive for illegal drugs, police said. 'I had it in the side pocket of my backpack, and I left it on my seat as I went to the bathroom, ' she said on Wednesday. Following her release, McGowan told the New Yorker's Ronan Farrow that the drugs found in her belongings may have been planted.

Medical Great American Smokeout happening today
Author: 0 Great American Smokeout happening today

More than 36 million Americans smoke cigarettes. The number of smokers in Louisiana has been declining, according to Lance Barbour with the American Cancer Society's Cancer Action Network, but at 21.9 percent as estimated by the Centers for Disease Control, it's still higher than the national average of 17.5 percent.