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Medical Congo Hits Ebola Outbreak With Quick Response
Author: 0 Congo Hits Ebola Outbreak With Quick Response

The health ministry said on Tuesday that at least 17 people had died in an area of northwestern Democratic Republic of Congo . Ebola virus outbreak control depends on surveillance and the isolation of cases, according to the study. Ngaleto said of all cases so far reported, seven were now in the hospital in Bikoro. It said they had already arrived in the regional capital Mbandaka, about 150 km away from the affected area.

Medical 1st death from romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak
Author: 0 1st death from romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak

The California Department of Public Health said in a statement it can not provide any more details because of patient privacy laws. 52 people have been hospitalised and 14 of them with kidney failure among the sickened people. The major symptoms include diarrhea (often bloody), vomiting, and severe stomach cramps. "Most people reported eating a salad at a restaurant, and romaine lettuce was the only common ingredient identified among the salads eaten", the FDA states.

Medical Five Healthy Lifestyle Habits Could Add >10 Years to Life
Author: 0 Five Healthy Lifestyle Habits Could Add >10 Years to Life

Yanping Li, M.D., Ph.D., from the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston, and colleagues used data from the Nurses' Health Study and the Health Professionals Follow-up Study to define five low-risk lifestyle factors, and estimated hazard ratios for the association of total lifestyle score with mortality.

Medical Alfie Evans dies, after a week without vital support
Author: 0 Alfie Evans dies, after a week without vital support

We are heart broken", his mother, Kate James, posted on Facebook . Thomas wrote, "My gladiator lay down his shield and gained his wings at 02:30". Evans had been in a semi-vegetative state for over a year after being diagnosed with a mysterious neurodegenerative disease associated with severe epilepsy , and had been kept alive in Alder Hey Hospital's critical care unit via ventilator since December 2016.

Medical It's a delayed honeymoon for Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja. Because, work
Author: 0 It's a delayed honeymoon for Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja. Because, work

Doing a black top with a thigh-high slit skirt and heels, she looks absolutely stunning in it. Sonam Kapoor , on the other hand, has donned a rather desi look in a handsome sequinned lehenga and choli. The movie is expected to be a comedy-drama about the posh wedding and lives of four Girl Friends. However, Farah later accidentally confirmed the same in a TV reality show.

Medical Tiger Woods to play in 2018 Wells Fargo Championship and Players Championship
Author: 0 Tiger Woods to play in 2018 Wells Fargo Championship and Players Championship

Woods, who won the Wells Fargo in 2007, hasn't played at Quail Hollow Club since he missed the cut there in 2012. The course also played host to the 2017 PGA Championship, won by Justin Thomas . The course will call for plenty of drivers which will at least give Woods some tournament practice with that club that has been wayward for him, most of the season.

Medical Top NFL draft prospect apologises after racist tweets surface
Author: 0 Top NFL draft prospect apologises after racist tweets surface

However, they contained racial slurs and other offensive language, according to Yahoo! No matter the story's genesis, the tweets have put a damper on what should've been a time of celebration, Allen said. He also responded to a question that looks like was asked of him on AskFM in 2013, saying "If it ain't white, it ain't right!" an apparent reference to a line from the popular television sitcom "Modern Family ".

Medical Visit of Prime Minister of India to Sweden (16-17 April 2018)
Author: 0 Visit of Prime Minister of India to Sweden (16-17 April 2018)

India also credited Scandinavian Nations for initiating environmental solutions, port modernisation, cold chain, skill development, innovation among other areas. The visit sparked some criticism from the Indian immigrant community in Sweden, many of whom are critical about Stockholm's willingness to put aside Modi's controversial human rights record.

Medical Combination therapy almost doubles lung cancer survival time
Author: 0 Combination therapy almost doubles lung cancer survival time

Other studies in lung cancer have involved another checkpoint inhibitor, nivolumab, or Opdivo (made by Bristol-Myers Squibb), which works in a similar way to pembrolizumab. But the median survival among the study participants who received both immunotherapy and chemo has yet to be reached. The remaining two people died, one of cancer, and the other of an unrelated head injury.

Medical First Rohingya family repatriated to Myanmar
Author: 0 First Rohingya family repatriated to Myanmar

Rights groups have criticised the announcement as a publicity stunt and Bangladesh has distanced itself, saying the repatriation was not part of the return process the two countries have been trying to start. The Facebook post did not mention plans for further returnees expected in the near future. The statement said authorities determined whether they had lived in Myanmar and provided them with a national verification card.

Medical Could one drink a day shorten your life?
Author: 0 Could one drink a day shorten your life?

For example, if a person drank over 10 drinks per week, they would live two years less, and 18 drinks per week can shorten the life with 4-5 years. Higher consumption was associated with a higher risk of stroke , heart failure , fatal hypertensive disease, and fatal aneurysms.

Medical Russia Wants UN Chief At Meeting On US Threats
Author: 0 Russia Wants UN Chief At Meeting On US Threats

Following airstrikes on Damascus, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has said that all countries are obliged to "act consistently" with the UN Charter, noting that the document is "very clear on these issues". The move Friday came as the U.S., France and Britain are in extensive consultations about launching a military strike on Syria in retaliation for suspected chemical weapons attacks .

Medical New Study Links Traumatic Brain Injuries with Increased Dementia Risk
Author: 0 New Study Links Traumatic Brain Injuries with Increased Dementia Risk

They identified and cumulative effect, and found dementia risk rises with repeated episodes of brain injury. According to United Nations data, around 50 million people around the world suffer from dementia, such as Alzheimer's disease. Chesterfield's Ernie Moss is still the club's highest goalscorer, but requires round the clock care as he battles his dementia. "The absolute risk of dementia when a person is in their 50s is still very low".

Medical Apple forced to pay troll
Author: 0 Apple forced to pay troll

A federal jury on Tuesday awarded Internet security company VirnetX hefty damages after Apple was found to have violated VirnetX patents related to secure communication in its FaceTime , iMessage, and VPN On Demand services. It has been determined that 400 million Apple devices that infringe the troll's patents have been sold. "Tell the truth and you don't have to worry about anything".

Medical Lawsuit Alleges 3 MSU Basketball Players Raped Female Student in 2015
Author: 0 Lawsuit Alleges 3 MSU Basketball Players Raped Female Student in 2015

Neither the woman nor the players are named in the suit, which claims Michigan State failed to comply with Title IX requirements and "created an unwritten, official policy that created a culture in which male MSU athletes felt entitled and emboldened to commit sexual assaults without outcome".

Medical WWE announce Wrestlemania preshow matches
Author: 0 WWE announce Wrestlemania preshow matches

Universal Champion Brock Lesnar vs. However, WrestleMania itself does have several interesting records and statistics that any fan should know. On a side note, I expect this match to go on last, as it should. That brand's premier shows limit themselves to roughly six matches over three hours at most . The lack of depth in each women's division makes it hard to come up with a legitimate program for Carmella because of the strength of both Asuka and Charlotte.

Medical Newfound 'organ' could be the biggest in your body
Author: 0 Newfound 'organ' could be the biggest in your body

The study published Tuesday in Scientific Reports suggests this organ, called the interstitium , is a series of interconnected, fluid-filled compartments found throughout the body. Interstitium has both, he explained. More research is likely to be needed to find out whether this improved understanding of the interstitium can be used to fight disease.

Author: 0 Siddaramaiah should learn to not play divisive politics: Amit Shah

The 9 Pages Letter of BJP National President Amit Shah to Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu has created a storm in the State Politics. Our government has good GDP (growth), agriculture and many national awards. Does that not show that Modi Government has been sensitive to the needs of the state?' he said.

Medical Steph Curry Will be Out at Least Three Weeks with MCL Sprain
Author: 0 Steph Curry Will be Out at Least Three Weeks with MCL Sprain

The point guard had been out the previous 6 games for an injured ankle he rolled a couple weeks ago, and on his first night back this happens. In the third quarter of a victory against Atlanta, center JaVale McGee fell into him. "Kind of a unusual, cruel twist of fate", Warriors coach Steve Kerr said of this latest Curry injury. LeBron James had a game-high 27 points in just 29 minutes as the Cavaliers won their fourth straight game.

Medical Overtaking smoking: Obesity could become chief avoidable cancer cause
Author: 0 Overtaking smoking: Obesity could become chief avoidable cancer cause

It highlights the well-known dangers of smoking, with nearly half of all cases of cancer each year put down to tobacco. More than a third (37.7%) of cancer cases a year could be avoided by making healthier lifestyle choices, according to a study by Cancer Research UK and several other organisations.

Medical World Tuberculosis Day raises awareness about deadliest infectious disease
Author: 0 World Tuberculosis Day raises awareness about deadliest infectious disease

The Ministry of Health has received support for the initiatives of its National Tuberculosis Program (NTBP) for 2016-2018 from the Global Fund. Efforts that address social inequities coupled with improved diagnosis and treatment of active TB disease and LTBI will level the playing field and help eliminate TB in all of Canada.

Medical 'Your are beyond the Crown Prince,' Trump praises wealthy Mohammad Bin Salman
Author: 0 'Your are beyond the Crown Prince,' Trump praises wealthy Mohammad Bin Salman

The hard-charging Crown Prince Salman, heir to the Saudi throne, noted that the USA and Saudi Arabia have been allies for 80 years. Trump and MBS - as he is known in Washington's corridors of power - have seen eye-to-eye on concerns about Iran's military activism, Middle East peace, relaxing Saudi Arabia's deeply conservative laws and over their love for big ticket mega-investments.

Medical Snow expected to hit Worcestershire again this weekend
Author: 0 Snow expected to hit Worcestershire again this weekend

Winds easing slowly. Maximum temperature 1 °C. Dramatic pictures showed the extent of the danger across the North East coast on Sunday as people were warned to stay away from risk areas. A yellow warning of ice and snow remains in place across the region for the rest of today and into tomorrow morning. On the trains, South Western Railway has warned that the snow and cold weather conditions could affect journeys.

Medical NCAA Tournament Butler vs. Arkansas
Author: 0 NCAA Tournament Butler vs. Arkansas

Butler (21-13) will face Purdue (29-6) Sunday (time TBA). He was 0 of 3 from the field as Butler took a 36-31 lead, and the Bulldogs stayed ahead the rest of the game. We had some absolutely insane games, like Loyola-Chicago knocking down what was basically a buzzer-beater to defeat Miami, Rhode Island and Oklahoma playing a barnburner that the Rams won in overtime, and Rob Gray was out of his mind in Houston's win over San Diego State.

Medical Freezer malfunction leaves more than 2000 frozen eggs and embryos at risk
Author: 0 Freezer malfunction leaves more than 2000 frozen eggs and embryos at risk

The dilemma for those involved is that their eggs and embryos have to be completely thawed to determine whether they are still viable, but if thawed, they can not be refrozen. Dr. James Liu, chair of the department of obstetrics and gynecology at UH Cleveland Medical Center, told Cleveland .com that so far the affected eggs and embryos that were thawed because of already scheduled medical procedures this week were not viable.

Medical Cricketer Shami's wife files complaint against him
Author: 0 Cricketer Shami's wife files complaint against him

And the charges against him was of causing "bodily harm". Famed cricketer and a member of Indian cricket team Mohammed Shami has suffered the wrath of the Board of Control for Cricket in India ( BCCI ), allegedly for domestic violence against his wife.

Medical Richard Spencer's Michigan State visit culminates with fights, anti-Nazi chants
Author: 0 Richard Spencer's Michigan State visit culminates with fights, anti-Nazi chants

Between 12 and 24 people were arrested for a range of felony and misdemeanor offenses, including weapons violations and hindering and obstructing police, said MSU Police Capt. "He is full of hate - that's all", she said. Officials at Michigan State did not immediately respond to a request for comment. "The ideas that they espouse: genocide, white supremacy, fascism, are anti-American and unsafe to our people, to our nation, to Americans", he said.

Medical 'Black Panther' Is The 10th Highest Grossing US Film Of All, Time
Author: 0 'Black Panther' Is The 10th Highest Grossing US Film Of All, Time

It also became the third fastest film to reach $500 million domestically. A billion is clearly a lock, with the potential for a lot more . He said having an inclusive cast for the movie also brings in new customers. As mentioned before as well, there is no worldwide theatrical distribution here, as it's going to Netflix in the rest of the world. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle spends its 11th weekend in the top ten and I'm exhausted of writing about it.

Medical South Africa's neighbors halt meat imports on listeriosis fears
Author: 0 South Africa's neighbors halt meat imports on listeriosis fears

South Africa has an outstanding reputation as a credible and reliable source of safe and excellent quality fresh fruit". "Since the confirmed outbreak of Listeriosis by the Department of Health in December 2017, the company proactively amplified its testing for Listeria of raw materials and finished goods and also introduced additional hygiene monitoring of our processes, equipment, storage and waste areas at our facilities", said the statement.

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