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Medical Unusual Sexual Liaisons: Snow Monkeys in Japan Are Cavorting With Deer
Author: 0 Unusual Sexual Liaisons: Snow Monkeys in Japan Are Cavorting With Deer

The scientists are unable to tell if this is because female deer and young deer would fling them off, or because the monkeys actually do prefer bucks or stags. They reveal that Japanese snow monkeys have no preference between sex within their own species. The footage captured in Minoo, Japan, showed female macaques' jumping onto the backs of large sika deer and thrusting their pelvis in a clearly sexual motion.

Medical Supreme Court extends deadline for Aadhaar linkage up to March 31
Author: 0 Supreme Court extends deadline for Aadhaar linkage up to March 31

The Supreme Court today extended the deadline for linking of Aadhaar with various schemes and welfare measures, including mobile phone (SIM), to March 31 next year. Having directed the extension of deadline till March 31, 2018 for the linking of Aadhaar with bank accounts and mobile phones, the court further directed that the extension shall apply to the schemes framed by all the central ministries and departments including by the state governments.

Medical 2 missing after portion of building collapses
Author: 0 2 missing after portion of building collapses

All four victims were labourers who were carrying out the repairs. Fire brigade was immadiately rushed on the spot. According to officials, there were a total of 41 tenants residing in the building. Three labourers pulled out from under the rubble were taken to JJHospital, where they were declared brought dead. A fire engine, a rescue van, an ambulance along with fire brigade personnel are deployed at the site for rescue work.

Medical Larry Nassar to appeal federal sentence on child pornography convictions
Author: 0 Larry Nassar to appeal federal sentence on child pornography convictions

President Lou Anna Simon acknowledged the women at the beginning of the meeting; she apologized to them and said how critical it is to create an environment where victims can feel safe. Trustee Mitch Lyons added, "We're going to do what's right for the victims ahead of the university", and insists a case like Larry Nassar will never happen again.

Medical Japan imposes economic sanctions on North Korea
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The US State Secretary said during a UN Security Council meeting that the US does not seek war with North Korea , but will do all that is necessary to defend itself. On September 3, Pyongyang carried out its sixth nuclear test, setting off an underground explosion that registered a 6.1 on the seismic scale. North Korea has conducted 20 ballistic missile launches this year, including the first tests of two intercontinental ballistic missiles.

Medical H&M Sales Hit By Falling Visitors to Stores
Author: 0 H&M Sales Hit By Falling Visitors to Stores

H&M has seen its sales badly affected by consumers' growing inclination towards a more online focused model. In Swedish crowns, they have shrunk once before, in the first quarter of 2011. "It looks like H&M's product offer has been very sub-optimal this season for what is now a more globally diversified company, and this will need to be addressed for investors to regain faith in H&M longer term", RBC analyst Richard Chamberlain, who has an "outperform" rating on the stock, said in a note to ...

Medical Reading social media posts can lead to depression
Author: 0 Reading social media posts can lead to depression

Numerous studies have discovered that passively reading social media posts and not expressing your reaction to them, can lead to depression. The researchers further went on to claim that interacting with people - "especially sharing messages, posts, and comments with close friends and reminiscing about past interactions - is linked to improvements in well-being".

Medical Mobile Phones Are A Danger To Health, California Warns
Author: 0 Mobile Phones Are A Danger To Health, California Warns

The state department drafted guidelines on cell phone radiation risks back in 2014, but it never released them. But scientists elsewhere have dismissed this potential link as, at best, unproven and, at worst, utterly implausible. The guidelines also warn people not to use so-called radio frequency blockers, as these might actually increase exposure levels. As the FDA states on its website, '[t] he weight of scientific evidence has not linked cellphones with any health problems.' Likewise, ...

Author: 0 Noteworthy Buzzers: Allergan plc (AGN), Oragenics Inc. (OGEN)

The stock volatility for the week was 2.60% while for the month was 2.64%. Allergan (NYSE: AGN ) last issued its earnings results on Wednesday, November 1st. Average volume has an effect on the price of the security. Gemmer Asset Management Limited Liability holds 0.01% of its portfolio in Allergan plc (NYSE: AGN ) for 135 shares.

Medical Sunny Leone rejected by Karnataka Government for New Year Party
Author: 0 Sunny Leone rejected by Karnataka Government for New Year Party

Sunny Leone became a popular celebrity in India since her appearance on the reality show Bigg Boss . He has told the police commissioner that not to give the permission for Sunny Leone event and they have taken the permission to conduct a programme which has let them hold the cultural activities like the music , or the Bharatnatyam dance not the Sunny's performance.

Medical Income tax rises for people in Scotland earning over £24000 a year
Author: 0 Income tax rises for people in Scotland earning over £24000 a year

Despite the changes, Mr Mackay insisted that most Scots will be paying less income tax thanks to a new "starter rate" and an increase in the personal allowance, which combined would protect those earning up to £33,000 from any rise. "The message from this Budget is clear: don't be ambitious, don't be hard working, and don't be successful in the SNP's Scotland". She said: "We have been clear that the NHS can not be expected to fund this from existing budgets".

Medical Stranger rescues man who falls on subway tracks
Author: 0 Stranger rescues man who falls on subway tracks

Passengers miraculously saved a passed out man on Brooklyn subway tracks at the Avenue H station in Flatbush. Other straphangers ran to the end of the platform and screamed at the subway engineer to stop, with the train halting outside the station.

Medical Teen Drug Use Is Down Nationally And In Indiana
Author: 0 Teen Drug Use Is Down Nationally And In Indiana

About six percent of 12th graders use cannabis on a daily basis. According to the study, 5.8 percent of eighth graders, 9.4 percent of 10th graders, and 13.3 percent of 12th graders reported using illicit drugs this year. The report, sponsored by the federal government's National Institute on Drug Abuse and administered by the University of MI, found that 22.9 per cent of high school seniors said they had used marijuana within the previous 30 days and 16.6 per cent had used a vaping device.

Medical Does the Man Flu Exists?
Author: 0 Does the Man Flu Exists?

Lead researcher Dr Kyle Sue from the Memorial University of Newfoundland found fellas have weaker immune systems when it comes to dealing with chest, cold and flu bugs. SOME studies show that male sex hormone testosterone may suppress the immune system's response to flu, but don't be fooled - he's pulling your leg.

Medical Electronic waste poses 'growing risk' to environment, human health
Author: 0 Electronic waste poses 'growing risk' to environment, human health

The report finds that 4 percent of e-waste was thrown into landfills , while the remaining 76 percent was likely incinerated, recycled by third-party organisations, or stored in people's homes. In 2007, only about 20 percent of the world's population was online, but that number has since increased to almost 50 percent. China was the biggest source of the scrap with 7.2 million tonnes in 2016, ahead of the United States.

Medical Christmas Miracle: Baby Born With Heart Outside Body Survives Risky Surgery
Author: 0 Christmas Miracle: Baby Born With Heart Outside Body Survives Risky Surgery

British officials say a baby born with an extremely rare condition has survived three surgeries to place her heart inside her chest. The three-week-old baby has been named Vanellope Hope Wilkins. Glenfield Hospital/University Hospitals of Leicester/NHS TrustVanellope was born with her heart located outside her chest. "I had seen one in foetal life around 20 years ago but that pregnancy was ended".

Medical Christmas Bird Count is Saturday
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Prior to the turn of the 20th century, hunters engaged in a holiday tradition known as the Christmas "Side Hunt". People interested in participating can choose a count to join by location , too, or by date. 30. The count will last until about noon, and participants are asked to dress warmly. The count in Minnesota involves as many as 70 census circles.

Medical US Mum Held After Son's 323 Doctor Visits
Author: 0 US Mum Held After Son's 323 Doctor Visits

Kaylene Bowen , (pictured) told doctors her son had a severe milk allergy and needed a lung transplant due to the side effects. According to WFAA , medical records reveal that Christopher was seen 323 times at hospitals and pediatric centres in Dallas and Houston.

Medical Surgeon marked initials on patients' livers
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A surgeon pleaded guilty to burning his initials into two patients' livers during transplant operations . The newspaper said the instrument used to mark the patients, an argon beam coagulator, typically does not leave permanent scars . Sitting at the back of the court on Wednesday, Bramhall, wearing a pink shirt and dark suit, spoke to confirm his name and to confirm to the judge that he understood the proceedings.

Medical Capacity of wine glasses has increased seven-fold over past 300 years
Author: 0 Capacity of wine glasses has increased seven-fold over past 300 years

To conclude, researchers pointed to several policy options for reducing drinking outside the home as well as influencing the size of glasses people use at home - where most alcohol , including wine, is drunk . The paper also reveals that alcohol is the fifth largest risk factor for premature mortality and disability in high-income countries. According to a new study published in the BMJ, the UK's wine consumption quadrupled between 1960 and 1980, then doubled again between 1980 and 2004.

Medical Flu Is Now 'Prevalent' In New York
Author: 0 Flu Is Now 'Prevalent' In New York

Many might think of the flu as a temporary setback and inconvenience that comes with the territory during the late fall and winter months, but the reality is that it can be a very unsafe disease. The authors estimated that the vaccine was only about 10 percent effective in Australia. The CDC did not give reasons for the hike in estimates but said the study by it and global health partners was based on data from a larger, more diverse sample of countries than previously.

Medical She Had a Heart. The Problem: It Was Outside Her Chest
Author: 0 She Had a Heart. The Problem: It Was Outside Her Chest

A team of around 50 performed the procedure, the hospital said, including obstetricians, surgeons, anesthetists and midwives. Fifty doctors operated on her right after her birth . After three operations, the infant's heart, which had protruded through a hole in her chest, is now in her body and covered by her own skin. "However, chances of successful surgery and long term survival were very poor; they understood that and wanted to continue with the pregnancy".

Medical Why you should water your Christmas tree
Author: 0 Why you should water your Christmas tree

Every year, Christmas tree fires cause $13 million dollars in property damage and result in four to five deaths. Additional information states that one of every 32 reported home Christmas tree fires resulted in a death, which is higher than the average deaths suffered in home fires.

Medical Egyptian singer jailed over banana video
Author: 0 Egyptian singer jailed over banana video

Shyma was arrested on November 18, police said, following complaints about the video for her song "I Have Issues". Other parts of the video featured Shyma licking an apple, coloring her lips and playing the role of a "naughty" teacher in front of a blackboard, on which "class #69" was written.

Medical 'The Voice' Season 13 Has Its Four Finalists
Author: 0 'The Voice' Season 13 Has Its Four Finalists

Last week Blake said Chloe was the clear favorite on The Voice going into the Top 8. After the nationwide vote based on last night's solo performances and duets, three artists automatically advanced to the finals, the bottom two were automatically eliminated, and the singers in 4th, 5th, and 6th place had to go up against each other, singing live for the instant save.

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Author: 0 There's "A Real Chance" LeBron James Joins The Rockets In 2018

With Anthony Davis missing the game with a groing injury , Jrue Holiday continued his impressive scoring, with 37 points on the night. It was the most hard contest the team has faced since Paul's return from a knee injury , but in the end, they made it look easy and extended their nine-game winning streak.

Medical Drivers beware of hazardous roads as snow turns to ice
Author: 0 Drivers beware of hazardous roads as snow turns to ice

The warning is valid from 11am Wednesday, December 13 to 8am Thursday, December 14. Met Eireann say heavy showers will be widespread tonight and there's a chance of hail and thunder. There will be a few bright spells - but it'll still be very cold. So all in all, it's going to be freezing cold, windy, wet, thundery, icy and occasionally snowy.

Medical Why man flu is not to be sneezed at
Author: 0 Why man flu is not to be sneezed at

An American study revealed that men died more often from flu compared with same-age women, regardless of underlying heart disease, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases and kidney diseases. Men also had to compete with other men - the "live hard, die young" strategy - that led to "less investment in immunity". "The whole point of doing this article is to prove that men are not wimps".

Medical 'Labor of love' keeps ND Christmas tree farmers going
Author: 0 'Labor of love' keeps ND Christmas tree farmers going

Joe Walters said other than considering height and width, Christmas tree hunters should also pay attention to the fullness and roundness of the branches, and the top. I have just a few of them. "Douglas fir are popular because they have a attractive shape; they are natural; they are easy to decorate". A tree you cut yourself is also fresher, while stores are selling trees cut in October.

Medical Tollywood Comedian Vijay Sai Found Dead In His Apartment In Hyderabad
Author: 0 Tollywood Comedian Vijay Sai Found Dead In His Apartment In Hyderabad

Apparently, Vanitha harassed Vijay by slandering him. The court granted him access to his daughter every Sunday. "Two days ago, Vanitha came and took away his car", the mother wept. We have a WhatsApp group through which we keep in touch with each other. At around 9.30 a.m, Vijay left a message- "Vijay no more" on a Whatsapp group.

Medical CBSE 10th & 12th Practical Exam Dates Announced
Author: 0 CBSE 10th & 12th Practical Exam Dates Announced

As per the recent updates on the official CBSE site, the board has not only released the date sheet for 10th and 12th board exams but has also published the marking scheme for the boards. The official schedule for the board theory exams is expected to be out by mid-January. The CBSE is likely to release the CBSE Board Exam time table 2018 by last week of December / First week of January (tentatively).

Medical Charlie Sheen Sues National Enquirer for Defamation Over Corey Haim Allegation
Author: 0 Charlie Sheen Sues National Enquirer for Defamation Over Corey Haim Allegation

The National Enquirer ran a story last month alleging that then 19-year-old Sheen had sodomized Haim after the pair smoked marijuana together back in the 1980s when they were working on the film " Lucas ". She also denied a report that Sheen had abused Haim, saying , "When my son was 13, he's not gonna go and ask Charlie Sheen to go and sleep with him".

Medical Flu season expected to be extra bad this year
Author: 0 Flu season expected to be extra bad this year

And three states - Louisiana, Mississippi, and SC - have high levels of flu already this year. "We are starting to see an uptick in flu cases in MS", said Tupelo infectious disease specialist Dr. But the reason the 2017 shot isn't preventing as many cases of the H3N2 strain is that while scientists were growing the virus in chicken eggs, that strain mutated.

Medical Iraq holds victory parade to celebrate victory over Islamic State
Author: 0 Iraq holds victory parade to celebrate victory over Islamic State

However, Turnbull said while the Iraqi government's announcement was a "historic moment", the liberation of Iraq "does not mean the fight against terrorism and ISIS in Iraq is over". Iraqi Lt. Gen. Abdul-Amir Rasheed Yar Allah said the army now controls all Iraqi lands and the Iraqi-Syrian border. Iraqi forces have recaptured all territories overran by ISIL in northern and western Iraq in 2014.

Medical Majority of Americans Skeptical of Tax Bill — USA Today Poll
Author: 0 Majority of Americans Skeptical of Tax Bill — USA Today Poll

A stunning 41 percent of voters says that tax reform will increase their taxes, while just 20 percent say their taxes will fall, according to according to the most recent Quinnipiac poll . Not only will a majority of households see their taxes go up, the plan passed by Senate Republicans would eliminate health insurance for 13 million people.

Medical Lactalis faces worldwide recall of products in salmonella scare
Author: 0 Lactalis faces worldwide recall of products in salmonella scare

The French company, one of the largest dairy groups in the world, said it has been warned by health authorities in France that 26 infants have become sick since December 1. Lactalis' initial recall of 12 products was deemed " not sufficient " to manage the contamination risk, according to French regulator the Ministre des Solidarités et de la Santé (Ministry of Social Affairs and Health).

Medical Surprising intercourse abuse and drug habit of porn star
Author: 0 Surprising intercourse abuse and drug habit of porn star

None of my aggression was directed at August nor her ability to consent to who she decides to work with, ' he wrote. Hopefully, this allows us to reflect on the choices we make on social media. "Most girls don't shoot with guys who have shot gay porn, for safety". The exact cause of death now remains unknown but police have said there is no indication of foul play, according to the Evening Standard .

Medical Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo crowned I'm A Celebrity's Queen of the Jungle
Author: 0 Georgia 'Toff' Toffolo crowned I'm A Celebrity's Queen of the Jungle

Toff took part in John T-Revolting, where she was put in a transparent box that eventually filled with biting green ants, soldier crabs, cockroaches yabbies, mud crabs, spiders and scorpions in order to win the starters. "Sorry, I don't know what to say, I'm really shocked". The MIC star pipped actor Jamie and radio host Iain Lee to the title, after winning over viewers with her sense of humour and constantly positive attitude.

Medical Victory over West Brom vital for Swansea, says Paul Clement
Author: 0 Victory over West Brom vital for Swansea, says Paul Clement

We were a bit unlucky with the goal, we've been caught under the ball a bit and we've gone to block it and somehow it's found a gap to go through. "It could've been a 2-0 win, but we'll take that the way we've been playing and the results we've had recently".

Medical Atiku Abubakar arrives PDP convention in Abuja
Author: 0 Atiku Abubakar arrives PDP convention in Abuja

Some of the clauses amended were Sections 8 and 50 to ease the process of rejoining the party by former members who left the party for one reason or the other. Our major opponent has not been able to achieve this feat and I join millions of our party members to congratulate the Ahmed Makarfi-led national caretaker committee.

Medical Roque: Duterte assessing need to extend martial law in Mindanao
Author: 0 Roque: Duterte assessing need to extend martial law in Mindanao

Alvarez has said it would be best to ask the people from Mindanao regarding the matter because they would know better. Duterte declared martial law in the entire island of Mindanao last May 23 when the war against the Daesh-inspired terrorists led by the Maute group erupted.

Medical United Nations secretary-general welcomes holding of state, federal elections in Nepal
Author: 0 United Nations secretary-general welcomes holding of state, federal elections in Nepal

Former Nepali prime minister K.P. Oli on Sunday looked set for a return to power after winning his seat in parliament and his Communist UML party and Maoist allies on course to win a majority. CPN (UML ) has won 52 and is leading in 30. Left alliance has won 126 and leading in 74. In the assembly, 165 seats are directly elected and 110 are allocated to parties based on proportional representation.

Medical Human Rights Day 2017 observed globally
Author: 0 Human Rights Day 2017 observed globally

These rights include, but are not limited to, freedom from slavery and torment, freedom of speech , the right to work, the right to education, and many more. This year Human Rights Day will kick off a year-long campaign to mark the upcoming 70 anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights .

Medical Lilac Fire evacuee reunited with horse she feared died in blaze
Author: 0 Lilac Fire evacuee reunited with horse she feared died in blaze

On Friday, President Donald Trump approved a disaster relief plan in response to the six wildfires burning in Southern California. The Lilac fire is one of a half-dozen major fires burning across Ventura, San Diego, Los Angeles and Riverside counties , and comes as the National Weather Service extended a red-flag fire warning to Sunday.