Health Care

Rohr To Test New Players Against Algeria; Praises Mahrez, Slimani

The midfielder's injury adds to team head coach Gernot Rohr's major headache, as he is also missing five other players due to various injuries. "They have a new coach (Raber Madjer) and they are playing at home so they will be very aggressive". [Full Article...]

Drake to revive "Top Boy" British drama on Netflix

Drake to revive In a tweet , the show's star Ashley Walters - also known as Asher D from the So Solid Crew - confirmed that the series has been picked up as a Netflix Original and will debut in 2019 with a little help from Canadian megastar Drake . [Full Article...]

EPA OKs first living pest-control mosquito for use in United States

EPA OKs first living pest-control mosquito for use in United States Yesterday EPA, environmental protection Agency of the United States, has allowed a startup to release a batch of mosquitoes with Wolbachia pipientis in Washington, DC and 20 us States. Only males will be released outside of the lab because they do not bite. Then the males are released into nature , where transmitted bacteria women. [Full Article...]

Kansans safely dispose of more than 6 tons of medicines

Kansans safely dispose of more than 6 tons of medicines Nationally, the DEA collected a record-setting 912,305 pounds of drugs- nearly six tons more than was collected at last spring's event, a press release from the U.S. The Drug Enforcement Administration conducted a Take Back event on October 28 nationwide to give people the chance to turn in unused prescription medications. [Full Article...]

Pokemon GO Creator Working On Harry Potter: Wizards Unite

The game still has an active user base of 65 million people each month, is updated frequently , and has established a regular presence on the list of the 20 most lucrative apps. The mechanics of Ingress would actually translate pretty well to the fictional Harry Potter universe, and seems nearly ready-made for a fantasy spell casting coat of paint to replace its science-fiction special for... [Full Article...]

How to use a fire extinguisher

How to use a fire extinguisher The recall covers 134 models of push-button and plastic-handle extinguishers in the US and Canada made from 1973 through August 15 of this year. The expanded recall involves fire extinguishers not included in previous recalls in March 2009 and February 2015 . [Full Article...]

Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma meets Omar Abdullah

Interlocutor Dineshwar Sharma meets Omar Abdullah Omar wrote in a tweet. Separatist leaders Syed Ali Geelani, Mirwaiz Umar Farooq and Yasin Malik have refused to talk to him, calling Sharma's appointment "a new tactic" by New Delhi after it "failed in its muscular approach" in the troubled state. [Full Article...]

Sensex sinks 360 points as Saudi purge stokes inflation fears

Sensex sinks 360 points as Saudi purge stokes inflation fears Major Sensex losers were: Bharti Airtel , down 3.73 per cent at Rs 495.15; Tata Motors, down 2.92 per cent at Rs 438.70; SBI, down 2.35 per cent at Rs 309.75; Lupin, down 2.09 per cent at Rs 842.55; and ICICI Bank, down 2.05 per cent at Rs 305.80. [Full Article...]

Reduced Alcohol Intake May Prevent The Chances of Developing Cancer

Reduced Alcohol Intake May Prevent The Chances of Developing Cancer Seventy percent of Americans surveyed in this year's National Cancer Opinion Survey were unaware that alcohol is a well-established and modifiable risk factor for cancer, the authors noted. Alcohol is classified as a carcinogen by the International Agency for Cancer Research. "Therefore, limiting alcohol intake is a means to prevent cancer". [Full Article...]

Matthews skips Leafs practice

Matthews skips Leafs practice Oddsmakers believe the Maple Leafs won't waste any time reclaiming their mojo following a terrible 1-3 jaunt through California and Missouri. Under is 5-0 in the last 5 meetings in Toronto and Wild are 7-0 in the last 7 meetings and under is 10-1 in the last 11 meetings. [Full Article...]

University on LOCKDOWN as active shooter opens fire

University on LOCKDOWN as active shooter opens fire The University tweeted, "Suspect is black male wearing khaki trousers and grey hoodies carrying an automatic weapon". A search is underway for a suspect who fled on foot. The person was reportedly injured in the incident that took place at Campus Edge apartments. They said one person suffered a gunshot wound the the arm. [Full Article...]

WHO Warns Against the Use of Antibiotics in Food-Producing Animals

They are complying with an FDA directive that prohibits the use of antibiotics important to human medicine for promoting animal growth and that requires feed and water uses of those same antibiotics to be under a veterinary prescription. It recommends that where possible animals should be tested to determine the most appropriate form of medicine for their illness. The US Food and Drug Administra... [Full Article...]

New Zealand bowl first in eight-over shootout

New Zealand bowl first in eight-over shootout The ODI series was won by that margin by the Indians and with the final T20 trimmed to just eight overs a side after steady rain earlier in the day and heavy showers over the preceding two days, New Zealand needed 68 to win and came up just short at 61 for six. [Full Article...]

President Buhari presents the 2018 budget to the National Assembly

President Buhari presents the 2018 budget to the National Assembly Since 2015, we have never had a single budget that recorded 50 per cent success in terms of impelmentation, particularly with regards to capital projects. President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki , has states that the quick passage of the 2018 Appropriation Bill would depend on the level of cooperation between the National Assembly and the Executive. [Full Article...]

To the brain, sleep deprivation is 'like drinking too much'

To the brain, sleep deprivation is 'like drinking too much' The research was conducted by keeping 12 UCLA epileptic patients awake all night as lack of sleep provokes seizures. Kept awake all night, the study participants were asked to categorise a variety of images as fast as possible while the electrodes recorded the firing of almost 1,500 single brain cells in real time. [Full Article...]

Gas Prices Rise 3.7 Cents In Chattanooga

Gas Prices Rise 3.7 Cents In Chattanooga Gas prices remained frozen over the week in Southwest Florida, but drivers can expect to see prices jump by 10 cents or more per gallon in the coming days. According to the EIA, prices are expected to continue falling, likely reaching $2.33 per gallon in December. The price of gasoline is rising in northern New England. [Full Article...]

Sheath your swords: FG, Okowa pleads with Niger Delta Avengers

Sheath your swords: FG, Okowa pleads with Niger Delta Avengers We believe the APC led Federal Government should not create room for questionable characters to negotiate base on selfish notion for the people of the region. "On a general note, it is understood that we have to be engaged to be able to sustain the peace that prevailed for a while". "Any threat is taken seriously especially against the nation's assets and individuals and the Nigerian Navy will c... [Full Article...]

Universal Flu Shot Promising Lifelong Protection Edges Closer

Universal Flu Shot Promising Lifelong Protection Edges Closer Flu vaccines saved an estimated 40,000 American lives between 2005 and 2014, but they are not good enough.The vaccine used during the 2016-17 flu season, for example, was only 43 percent effective against the predominant influenza A H3N2 strain, and the lack of protection has been nearly as low in other years . [Full Article...]

The British threatened the death penalty for doctor prescribed tramadol

The British threatened the death penalty for doctor prescribed tramadol She was reportedly carrying 29 strips of tramadol and few strips of naproxen. Laura's sister Jayne who visited her in Egypt described Laura as looking like a little child who kept pleading "please help me, please help me". "It's terrible for Laura. she's not a tough person at all". A Foreign Office spokesman said: "We are supporting a British woman and her family following her detention i... [Full Article...]

Stents May Be Unnecessary For Certain Heart Patients, Study Says

But since stent procedures carry risks, including death, a doctor who wrote an editorial accompanying the study says that based on these results, stents should only be given to patients having heart attacks. After that, they either received a stent or underwent a simulated procedure where no stent was implanted. As part of the multi-centre ORBITA trial , the researchers recruited 200 patients... [Full Article...]


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