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Padmavati release on Dec 1 will pose serious security issues

Padmavati release on Dec 1 will pose serious security issues The Uttar Pradesh government said the administration will be busy on December 1 with counting votes for the local body elections and making arrangements for Muslim festival Barawafat and hence, any problem in the law and order situation over the release of Padmavati would be hard to cope with. [Full Article...]

FDA approves first digital drug to track if you take your meds

FDA approves first digital drug to track if you take your meds Manufactured by Japanese pharma corp Otsuka , the digital pill - called Abilify MyCite - has been made to aid patients suffering from bipolar disorder , schizophrenia and depression , among other mental illnesses . The FDA granted the approval of Abilify MyCite to Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. Abilify MyCite is also not approved for use in the treatment of older patients with dementia-re... [Full Article...]

Shares now unchanged at $17.68 (BDN) Brandywine Realty Trust Prices $100.0…

Shares now unchanged at $17.68 (BDN) Brandywine Realty Trust Prices $100.0… Bluefin Trading Ltd Liability Corp owns 4,200 shares. It also reduced Macom Technology Solution (NASDAQ:MTSI) stake by 75,700 shares and now owns 947,500 shares. (NYSE:DLR) to report earnings on February, 15. Bankshares Of Montreal Can holds 0.01% or 78,614 shares in its portfolio. Moreover, Burney Co has 0.03% invested in the company for 7,620 shares. [Full Article...]

Yemen rebels say raid destroys airport navigation aids

The strike comes just a day after Saudi ambassador to the UN Abdallah Al-Mouallimi agreed to reopen some ports to allow aid in. On Monday, Saudi Arabia's United Nations ambassador said the coalition would take steps to ease the blockade but would not reopen a key rebel-held port to aid shipments unless tighter inspections were put in place. [Full Article...]

Top Story: Trump's HHS Pick Alex Azar Fits Right In

Top Story: Trump's HHS Pick Alex Azar Fits Right In A conservative and Obamacare critic , Azar had worked at HHS during the George W. Bush administration, first as general counsel and then as deputy secretary. Azar has also said he is against expanding Medicaid reimbursements , which provide insurance to almost 130 million Americans under the Affordable Care Act, saying that he would prefer to use government money through "private-sector vehicles... [Full Article...]

TSU Football Player Expelled After Violent Incident During Game

TSU Football Player Expelled After Violent Incident During Game Greenstone to the ground. The Tennessee State defensive end punched his team's strength coach , T.J. Greenstone, in the head Saturday, knocking him out with a pair of blows during the team's Ohio Valley Conference game against Southeast Missouri. [Full Article...]

Farmers make good corn harvest progress

Farmers make good corn harvest progress December wheat delivery fell 7.25 cents, or 1.68 percent, to 4.2425 dollars per bushel. Funds hold a large net short position in CBOT corn futures , leaving the market vulnerable to bouts of short-covering. Meanwhile, the sorghum harvest was at 85 percent complete, compared with 96 percent a year ago and 93 percent on average. Rallies capped by forecasts for welcome rains this week in crop areas ... [Full Article...]

Ben Affleck Reveals The Reason He Decided To Play Batman

Ben Affleck Reveals The Reason He Decided To Play Batman Justice League stars Ben Affleck as Batman , Henry Cavill as Superman, Amy Adams as Lois Lane, Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman, Ezra Miller as The Flash, Jason Momoa as Aquaman , Ray Fisher as Cyborg , Jeremy Irons as Alfred Pennyworth, Diane Lane as Martha Kent, Connie Nielsen as Queen Hippolyta, and J.K. [Full Article...]

Ben Affleck Talks Flying Solo at the 'Justice League' Premiere

Ben Affleck Talks Flying Solo at the 'Justice League' Premiere Though Affleck might be continually flip flopping on his decision to stay in Warner Bros. burgeoning superhero franchise given his current age, the DCEU star seems to be enjoying his time doing the promotional rounds for Justice League and now that the film releases on Friday, the actor's chose to let out the real reason why he chose to become the franchise's Batman . [Full Article...]

FDA Warns Against Using Kratom Products for Opioid Treatment

In the United States, there are no FDA-approved uses for kratom , which grows naturally in Southeast Asia. Serious side effects associated with kratom include seizures, liver damage, and withdrawal symptoms. More than 340 million shipments of kratom reach the USA each year, even though the FDA has seized hundreds more. "If they find people here who are opening the gates to these drugs, ther... [Full Article...]

Boise psychiatrist responds to Army's mental health waiver policy

Boise psychiatrist responds to Army's mental health waiver policy The Army has shot back against a recent USA Today story pointing out that in August, the Army quietly allowed recruits, who have engaged in self-mutilation or suffer from other mental health issues, to seek waivers. "In a military environment, these and other behaviors have been disqualifying, due to negative consequences for morale and readiness, plus elevated tensions and risks for everyone", ... [Full Article...]

FDA approves first 'trackable' pill Abilify

Also, patients can give their physicians or caregiver's permission to access this data through a web-based portal. But until now, the FDA had not approved a sensor-pill combination. "Patients can discontinue sharing some information from the system, or opt out of the program altogether, at any time ". Abilify MyCite combines oral aripiprazole tablets from Otsuka Pharmaceuticals with an Inge... [Full Article...]

Fire Breaks Out in Annapurna Studio in Hyderabad, no Casualty

Fire Breaks Out in Annapurna Studio in Hyderabad, no Casualty However, by all appearances short circute is suspected to be the reason, he said. Due to the heavy traffic, the fire tenders arrived late and the staff members had to barricade the studio to prevent people from entering. However, there was no loss of life and no one was injured as the sets were empty. "I would like to thank all media men for your support", added Nagarjuna. [Full Article...]

'No Indication' Saudi Coalition Reopening Yemen Ports

'No Indication' Saudi Coalition Reopening Yemen Ports The U.S. House of Representatives overwhelmingly voted for a resolution declaring that U.S. military assistance to Saudi Arabia in its war in Yemen is not authorized under previous legislation which has given the president power to combat terror overseas and invade Iraq in 2003. [Full Article...]

Bengaluru girl urges Modi to declare chronic type 1 diabetes a disability

Bengaluru girl urges Modi to declare chronic type 1 diabetes a disability The survey was conducted across 14 cities in the country - Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Bhubaneswar, Lucknow, Ludhiana, Indore, Guwahati, Kochi and Vijayawada. Pregnant women in urban areas tend to eat fatty and sugary foods, compared to women in rural areas, which increases the risk of abnormalities of sugar metabolism. [Full Article...]

Delhi pollution: After Punjab's Amarinder, Kejriwal trains guns Khattar over smog crisis

Delhi pollution: After Punjab's Amarinder, Kejriwal trains guns Khattar over smog crisis Khattar said he was in Delhi for two days, and Kejriwal could meet him at any time, but reminded the Delhi CM that "while Punjab has not spent even a paisa out its allocation of Rs 97.58 crore, Haryana has used Rs 39 crore of the allocation of Rs 45 crore released for crop residue management". [Full Article...]

All set for antibiotics awareness week

All set for antibiotics awareness week And without urgent intervention, we are heading for a post-antibiotic era, in which common infections and minor injuries will become untreatable, according World Health Organisation ( WHO ). "What we want them to realize that antibiotics only work on certain bacteria, not all bacteria you need an antibiotic for", said Deb Roberts, director of nursing for Allen County Public Health. [Full Article...]

New high blood pressure guidelines

New high blood pressure guidelines The new guidelines reflect years of research, which have shown that people within the new range of blood pressure defined as hypertension have doubled their risk of cardiovascular problems in the future, such as heart attacks or strokes. [Full Article...]

D'Angelo Russell expected to miss several Nets games due to injury

Russell grimaced as he hobbled to the bench. Now, the Nets will likely be without D'Angelo Russell for a bit. Wojnarowski also reports Russell will undergo further evaluation on the knee. Russell missed Brooklyn's win over Cleveland on October 25 with a right knee sprain and Spencer Dinwiddie scored 22 points in his place. Spencer Dinwiddie (hamstring) is expected to start on Tuesday night san... [Full Article...]

Bill Gates pledges $50M for Alzheimer's disease fund

Bill Gates pledges $50M for Alzheimer's disease fund Even though there has been decades of scientific research on Alzheimer's, there's no treatment to slow the progression of the disease. Gates explained that he specifically chose the Dementia Discovery Fund, as the group explores "less mainstream approaches to treating dementia". [Full Article...]


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