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  • Mumbai acid attack victim Reshma Qureshi walks NY ramp

    Mumbai acid attack victim Reshma Qureshi walks NY ramp

    Full of confidence, she stunned the ramp as she walked flawlessly wearing an ivory dress embellished with colourful embroidery in pink, green, and red. She said she hopes her turn on the catwalk will encourage countries to regulate the sales of acids. Now, she's taking that same empowering message straight to the runway at New York Fashion Week .

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  • Putin Says He And Obama Took Step Forward On Syria

    And these issues are also sure to surface at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations summit, which will open in Vientiane, Laos tomorrow - the day after the party ends in Hangzhou. But he did broach the subject in a one-on-one meeting with Xi on the sidelines of the gathering. It was the first time Xi had raised the issue directly with Park.

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  • Watch 'Louisiana Rising' tonight, a concert fundraiser for flood victims

    Watch 'Louisiana Rising' tonight, a concert fundraiser for flood victims

    A full list of performers can be found here. "The people there are in my prayers that they can find their way back". LSU coach Les Miles and former LSU wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr will also make a statement. "We are thrilled with the results so far", said Pat LaPlatney, president and CEO of Raycom Media. Raycom Media's Tupelo-Honey Raycom produced the show, and Johnny Palazzotto, a fixture of the Baton Rouge music scene, served as music director.

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  • World Health Organization declares Sri Lanka malaria free

    World Health Organization declares Sri Lanka malaria free

    Sri Lanka is the second country in the United Nations health agency's South-East Asia Region to be declared free of malaria by the WHO after the Maldives. This comes even as New Delhi grapples with a huge upsurge of mosquito-borne infections like chikungunya and dengue. Globally, over 3.2 billion people are at risk of malaria.

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  • IN confirms West Nile Virus present in Boone County, 29 other counties

    IN confirms West Nile Virus present in Boone County, 29 other counties

    According to Penn State Extension's West Nile Virus program administrator Thomas L. Smith, residents should be vigilant in ensuring that there are no mosquito breeding grounds in their areas, as well as standing water. "Here in Carroll County, three traps are presently being monitored", Lieb said. The MSDH advises that the virus can causes "severe birth defects in a developing fetus - including brain damage, hearing and vision loss, and impaired gorwth - if the mother is infected during ...

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  • Expectant Mother in Malaysia Diagnosed with Zika

    Expectant Mother in Malaysia Diagnosed with Zika

    Subramaniam said in a statement on the ministry's Facebook page. Singapore has so far reported 275 cases of Zika virus infections. Zika is strongly believed to cause microcephaly and other neurological disorders in unborn babies and human carriers may exhibit little or no symptoms.

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  • Protests in Karnataka over SC order to release Cauvery water

    Protests in Karnataka over SC order to release Cauvery water

    A bench of Justice Dipak Misra and Justice Uday Umesh Lalit asked the Cauvery Supervisory Committee to look into Tamil Nadu's plea seeking direction to Karnataka to release 35 tmcft of water to make good for that much shortfall in the release of water for three months starting with June 1 to August 30.

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  • More strike action looms for Cambridgeshire junior doctors in contract dispute

    In a sign that support for junior doctors is wavering The Patients Association said it was "gravely troubled" at the "catastrophic impact" the industrial action will have on patients and their families. When junior doctors voted by 58 per cent to 42 per cent against the new contract, Dr Malawana, who had campaigned for a Yes vote, understandably resigned, and was replaced by Ellen McCourt as JDC Chair with a mandate to oppose the new contract which, only months before, the BMA had agreed to ...

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  • Florida Adds 15 Travel-Related Zika Cases for Total of 42

    Florida Adds 15 Travel-Related Zika Cases for Total of 42

    In an astonishing breakthrough, they have found existing drug compounds that can both stop Zika from replicating in the body and from damaging the crucial foetal brain cells that lead to birth defects. Donors who have traveled to Zika-prone areas are deferred from donating for at least 28 days. Babies born to women infected during any stage of pregnancy are at risk.

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  • 5 things you should know about the Doctors' strikes

    But a document prepared for Wednesday's meeting reveals junior doctors carried a second vote shortly after, asking what they wanted to do next - with 20% of junior doctors, around 7,000, taking part. "The first priority must be to protect patients from harm". But there are now growing questions about the level of support there is amongst the wider profession for the strikes, despite the BMA saying it is "absolutely behind" the decision for further action.

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  • Florida finds Zika in trapped mosquitoes, 1st in US mainland

    Florida finds Zika in trapped mosquitoes, 1st in US mainland

    Meanwhile, a new potential cluster was identified in the housing estate of Bedok North Avenue 3, the MOH and NEA said in a statement yesterday. "The source of infection is suspected to have occurred in Singapore ", the statement said. "If we have dealt so poorly with the threat of dengue, how prepared are we really to deal with Zika which can cause serious complications in early pregnancy like microcephaly (baby born with small head) and progressive ascending muscular paralysis similar to ...

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  • Wisconsin Obesity Rate Remains Steady — CDC Report

    Obesity rates appear to be leveling out after years of dramatic increases. Public health officials are urging the nation to look at Minnesota, Montana, New York and OH as examples in a bid to combat the obesity epidemic. That's down 1.5 percent from 2014. There is some evidence that the rate of increase has been slowing over the past decade. In Oklahoma, 46 percent of high school students reported playing video games and nearly 30 percent reported watching three or more hours of TV per day.

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  • Novartis wins US OK for biosimilar version of Amgen's Enbrel

    Novartis wins US OK for biosimilar version of Amgen's Enbrel

    While biosimilars are more common in Europe, the US was slow to adopt a regulatory structure to permit approval for copies of biologic drugs, which are more complex than traditional small molecule treatments. Erelzi contains a Boxed Warning to alert health care professionals and patients about an increased risk of serious infections leading to hospitalization or death, including tuberculosis, invasive fungal infections (such as histoplasmosis) and others.

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  • Theranos halts new Zika test after FDA inspection

    Theranos halts new Zika test after FDA inspection

    On Saturday, Theranos reportedly told investors the company plans to reapply for federal approval of its Zika test with additional data and also submit an application for an Ebola test "in the same manner". The California lab doesn't now test patients, but the company's Arizona lab is still up and running. "In my mind, this was a positive interaction with the FDA, and I'm grateful for its collaborative approach".

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  • Aguero charged by FA for alleged violent conduct

    West Ham's New Zealand defender Winston Reid was unable to speak, his captain claimed, after copping an elbow to the neck during their 3-1 Premier League defeat to Manchester City . Reid was replaced by Jonathan Calleri and left the pitch holding his neck but Bilic said he was going to substitute the New Zealand worldwide anyway.

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  • South Korea says top North Korean official executed

    South Korea says top North Korean official executed

    The two were shot dead with an unusual weapon for an execution: an anti-aircraft gun. The executed men were Hwang Min , former agricultural minister, and Ri Yong-jin, who had a senior position in the education ministry, possibly as high as minister level.

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  • Valeant Being Sued In NY Federal Court Over Alleged Overcharges

    Valeant Being Sued In NY Federal Court Over Alleged Overcharges

    In the current trading session, the stock's price moved -42.26% below from its SMA-200. The company touched its 52-Week High on Sep 21, 2015 which was $245.82 and 52-Week Low on Jun 27, 2016 as $18.55. Papa. The disclosure for this purchase can be found here. This is an excellent indicator of heavy volume accumulation and distribution from institutional investors.

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  • Clinton proposes plan to address mental health treatment

    Clinton proposes plan to address mental health treatment

    What is Hillary Clinton's mental health care plan? JED is proud to be part of the Agenda, and will continue to deliver programs that meet the mental health needs of America's students and their families. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) specifies a number of federal mental health policy imperatives. - Increasing brain and behavioral research and developing safe and effective treatments, including more cooperation between private and nonprofit sectors.

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  • Fresh-cut vegetables recalled from South Fla. supermakets

    Fresh-cut vegetables recalled from South Fla. supermakets

    The recalled products were shipped under the Country Fresh and store brand labels described in the product listing. Listeria can cause fatal infections in children and frail or elderly people, or those with weak immune systems. The vegetables had been packaged either in clear plastic containers or Styrofoam trays wrapped with plastic wrap. No illnesses caused by the products have been reported, the FDA says.

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  • Local tribal members add their support to Dakota Access Pipeline protests

    Jack Dalrymple is speaking out in defense of the controversial project. Its aim is to transport Bakken shale from North Dakota directly to US Gulf Coast refineries, the first pipeline to do so. They also say the project will destroy sacred sites of the Standing Rock Sioux people and damage farmland. The Crow Tribe is one of dozens of tribes across the nation that has traveled to the construction site to participate in the protest.

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  • Teenager dies as result of a hickey

    Teenager dies as result of a hickey

    Now the family of the teenager is blaming his 24-year-old girlfriend for his death, even as local reports suggested that the woman had absconded amid growing fears that she will be held responsible for Julio's demise. She was treated with an anticoagulant, and the clot disappeared within a week. What is a love bite? And it is not the first time a love bite is believed to have triggered near deadly consequences.

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  • Maryland man showing no Zika symptoms passes virus to sex partner

    Tim Carter. The Food and Drug Administration wants all US blood banks to start screening for Zika virus, a major expansion meant to protect the nation's blood supply from the mosquito-borne disease. But now, as evidence of sexual transmission mounts and those infected often show no symptoms, even stricter safeguards are needed across the nation, said the FDA.

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  • Katie Ledecky throwing out first pitch as Nats host Orioles

    Katie Ledecky throwing out first pitch as Nats host Orioles

    Now comes the next step: Ledecky will swim at Stanford University in the fall. On Wednesday night, she was invited to throw out the opening pitch for the Washington Nationals, her hometown baseball team in Washinton, DC. "I don't really see me in that position yet, so it was fun to get some pictures and meet them all". Olympic gold medalist Simone Manuel is a member of Stanford's swim team.

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  • Obesity may cause eight more types of cancer

    Obesity may cause eight more types of cancer

    Graham Colditz of Washington University, said that the risk of developing cancer due to obesity is quite higher than previously assumed. "Numerous newly identified cancers linked to excess weight haven't been on people's radar", Dr. Excess fat leads to an overproduction of estrogen, testosterone and insulin, and promotes inflammation, which can stimulate cancer growth. Both are common pathways for the development of cancer cells in the body.

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  • Wildfire Updates: Hearst Castle Safe, But Chimney Fire Burns On

    Wildfire Updates: Hearst Castle Safe, But Chimney Fire Burns On

    A fire near the town of Davenport in Lincoln County covered 6.5 square miles, and was 20 percent contained. A wildfire spotted Sunday afternoon in eastern OR has quickly become one of the state's largest active blazes. Investigators were seeking the cause of the blaze that broke out a week ago. Hundreds of homes remain threatened by the fire in rugged wilderness coast along Highway 1.

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  • Teen survives brain-eating bug

    Teen survives brain-eating bug

    Humberto Liriano , critical care physician at Florida Hospital for Children, at a press conference Tuesday morning. "I have treated amoeba cases in the past, and they are all so heartbreaking, so this is a story that we need to tell about Sebastian de Leon", said a tearful Dr.

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  • Medical mystery: Playing bagpipes may have killed man

    Medical mystery: Playing bagpipes may have killed man

    A recent report from Thorax , an worldwide peer-reviewed journal concerning respiratory medicine, reveals that using a contaminated wind instrument may result to a fatal lung disease. The wind instrument can harbour a host of fungi and mould inside its moist interiors that can cause "bagpipe lung". It is often associated with mold or bird exposure on the job, and prolonged exposure can lead to irreversible lung damage, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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  • Trump's black vote cry:

    Trump's black vote cry: "what do you have to lose?"

    He said his rival Hillary Clinton would rather give jobs to refugees than American citizens. Trump's arrival in MI was delayed several hours so he could visit flood-ravaged Louisiana on Friday. Democrats have not gotten less than 80% of African-American support in modern polling, so what Trump promised to do is simply not possible. "He said he could get them jobs and he would deport immigrants, Latinos who are holding the jobs that African-Americans would normally be holding", Baring said.

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  • Birdman and Cash Money Records in Another Lawsuit

    Birdman and Cash Money Records in Another Lawsuit

    Birdman skimming songwriters on payments seems to be a part of his repertoire as Lil' Wayne sued his former right-hand man for the same thing. Unfortunately for Birdman and affiliates, this isn't the only legal battle Cash Money is fighting.

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  • Suspect in 5 slayings to be sent back to Alabama

    The suspect in the killing of multiple people a. A man held in the slayings of five people in rural Alabama says drugs are to blame for the killings. Authorities say the man killed five people at a house where his estranged girlfriend had sought refuge from him. Five adults, one of them pregnant, were found murdered Saturday afternoon in a home outside Citronelle.

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  • McDonald's recalls activity trackers after people get blisters

    McDonald's recalls activity trackers after people get blisters

    Many were skeptical of the promotion from the get go, as McDonald's is hardly a champion for healthy living (as Gizmodo put it, it would take 24,000 steps for a child to burn off the calories from a cheeseburger Happy Meal ). And while some questioned what a fitness tracker and fast-food have in common, the band was in line with McDonald's move to push back at critics who say the business provides junk food to kids, according to Michelle Greenwald, Columbia Business School professor ...

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  • Hormone Replacement Therapy Might Nearly Triple Risk Of Breast Cancer

    Hormone Replacement Therapy Might Nearly Triple Risk Of Breast Cancer

    But doctors were hesitant to prescribe HRT after a 2002 study warned it could increase the risk of cancer. By getting screened every three years instead of every two years, such women can avoid many false positives, unnecessary biopsies and other complications, although they would face a slightly higher, but still low, risk of death.

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  • За прошедшую неделю клещи покусали 115 человек в Тверской области

    В Ижевске от укусов пострадали 4026 человек, из них 433 — дети до 14 лет. Доказано 48 случаев заболевания клещевым энцефалитом, 40 случаев заболевания клещевым боррелиозом, передает ведомство. Всего же в самом начале года по этой причине в медицинские заведения обратились 13,5 тыс. граждан области, из них с подозрением на клещевые инфекции были вынуждены прибегнуть к помощи медиков 249 человек.

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  • В Свердловской области будет больше авто скорой помощи

    В Свердловской области будет больше авто скорой помощи

    Отметим, сейчас в регионе работают 304 автомобиля, из них класса «А» — 125, «В» — 163 и «С» — 16. Все автомобили СМП, входящие в состав станций и отделений скорой помощи Свердловской области, оборудованы системой ГЛОНАСС/GPS. Парк санитарного транспорта в регионе планомерно обновляется. Зимой 2015 г. система здравоохранения получила 30 новых авто класса «В», в том же году шесть автомобилей класса «А» были поставлены в лечебные заведения отдаленных районов.

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  • Хронические заболевания почек способствуют развитию диабета — Ученые

    Хронические заболевания почек способствуют развитию диабета — Ученые

    Профессионалы провели несколько экспериментов, после этого ученые обнаружили связь между риском развития диабета и наличием у человека хронических недугов почек. В том числе, это может привести и к увеличению уровня сахара, от которого трудно освободиться. В итоге организм, не справляясь с большим количеством сахара, запускает его в плаценту.

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  • Клещей, переносящих энцефалит, в Тюменской области стало менее

    Клещей, переносящих энцефалит, в Тюменской области стало менее

    Всего в самом начале сезона в Красноярском крае зарегистрировано 14 491 случай присасывания клещей, в том числе 2776 случаев среди детей. Эти данные приводит региональное Управление Роспотребнадзора по состоянию на 15 августа. С самого начала сезона вирусологической лабораторией исследовано 6534 клеща. Акарицидными обработками в Зауралье охвачено 1054,6 га, в том числе 329,19 га — территории летних оздоровительных учреждений.

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  • Каждый пятый человек на Земле говорит во сне

    Каждый пятый человек на Земле говорит во сне

    Именно поэтому перевозбужденный мозг активизирует речевые центры. Профессионалы зафиксировали, что особенно часто люди разговаривают во сне в детском возрасте, и это вполне качественно. Причинами этого явления ученые назвали обилие дневных впечатлений и чрезвычайная эмоциональность. Особенно часто разговаривают во сне дети. Авторы очередного научного исследования приняли решение узнать, почему люди разговаривают ночами, и как данная привычка влияет на их здоровье.

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