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Medicine Heartbeat : Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Author: 0 Heartbeat : Breast Cancer Awareness Month

According to National Breast Cancer Foundation, one in eight women in the United States will be diagnosed with breast cancer in her lifetime. "If you do have cancer , the sooner it's found, the more likely it is to be successfully treated".

Medicine Accused Bronx School Stabber Endured Racist and Anti-Gay Slurs, Family Says
Author: 0 Accused Bronx School Stabber Endured Racist and Anti-Gay Slurs, Family Says

Cedeno allegedly stabbed both teenagers in the chest around 10:48 a.m. with the three-inch switchblade before walking out of the classroom. WATCH: Cadeno being escorted to a waiting police carAs detectives questioned Cedeno, his family friend told Eyewitness News that the 18-year-old had been the subject of weeks of taunts and bullying by the two victims.

Medicine 'Tumor' turns out to be toy man had inhaled as a boy
Author: 0 'Tumor' turns out to be toy man had inhaled as a boy

Paul Baxter, 47, went to the doctor after he began to cough up yellow mucus . The tumour was a "long lost Playmobil traffic cone" that the man had received as a birthday present when he was seven years old. "Four months after removal of the tiny traffic cone, his productive cough had almost entirely settled and a chest X-ray only showed minor residual consolidation".

Medicine Nifty slips from record highs to end at 10147.55; Sensex also falls
Author: 0 Nifty slips from record highs to end at 10147.55; Sensex also falls

Nifty50 index was trading 7 points lower at 10,141, while the 30-share Sensex was 11 points up at 32,413 around 10.24 am (IST). The gauge had lost 21.39 points in Tuesday's cautious trade. On the 30 stock Sensex, Larsen and Toubro (2.20 percent), Bajaj Auto (1.86 percent) and Tata Motors (1.73 percent) were the top gainers. Tata Motors fell 1.98 per cent to Rs 415.50.

Medicine Myanmar's Suu Kyi decries human rights violations in Rakhine state
Author: 0 Myanmar's Suu Kyi decries human rights violations in Rakhine state

In a television speech, the Noble Laureate gave a detailed explanation on the mass exodus and killing of the Rohingyas from the Rakhine state of Myanmar which the United Nations had branded as ethnic cleansing . The leader further added, "We would like to find out why this exodus is happening, would like to talk to the people who have fled". She said she felt "deeply" for the suffering of "all people" in the conflict but said most Rohingya had opted to stay in Burma so the situation ...

Medicine Engine and power auto of Rajdhani Express derail near Shivaji Bridge, Delhi
Author: 0 Engine and power auto of Rajdhani Express derail near Shivaji Bridge, Delhi

This comes just when the Indian Railways is already facing a lot of heat for repeated incidents of derailment. Even as the authorities and the passengers dealt with the aftermath of these two derailments, another news came, again from UP, that a fracture in the track was detected between Farrukhabad and Fatehgarh, minutes before the Kalindi Express was scheduled to pass.

Medicine First Gene Therapy For Leukemia Approved By FDA
Author: 0 First Gene Therapy For Leukemia Approved By FDA

The lab will preform genetic engineering using a virus and will have the cells multiply before freezing them and shipping back to the hospital, where they will be given to the patient via an IV. "There are also over 800 cell therapy clinical trials now underway, and a considerable pool of research and pre-clinical work right across the cell therapy sector", said Bruce Levine, PhD, ISCT Commercialization and Immuno & Gene Therapy Committees, Barbara and Edward Netter Professor in Cancer ...

Medicine Kohli, Rohit help India post 375/5 vs Sri Lanka in 4th ODI
Author: 0 Kohli, Rohit help India post 375/5 vs Sri Lanka in 4th ODI

However, after the two departed MS Dhoni (49) and Manish Pandey (50) made commendable contribution at the last quarter of the match to stretch the innings to a colossal length. "It is good for Team India to have so many options". This made their Test Cricket Ranking to a grade up post the Ind v West Indies Cricket and match went off.

Medicine 4 hospitalized in MI as West Nile Virus spreads across the state
Author: 0 4 hospitalized in MI as West Nile Virus spreads across the state

On 21 July, the health department confirmed that the mosquitoes of Zion have been tested positive for having the West Nile Virus. Approximately 70 to 80 percent of people infected with West Nile virus do not experience symptoms. Mild symptoms may include headache, body aches, joint pain, vomiting diarrhea, or rash. However, some people - less than one percent - will develop serious neurologic illness such as encephalitis or meningitis.

Medicine Spin-wary Australia faces confident Bangladesh
Author: 0 Spin-wary Australia faces confident Bangladesh

In 2008, Australia were scheduled to host Bangladesh for two winter Tests, but that series was postponed until 2010 due to a clash with the Beijing Olympics. Usman Khawaja - whose return to the Test side has started horrendously - was caught short of his ground after pursuing a mindless single, adding to the early-innings woes of the tourists.

Medicine Machine gun attack on UN Mali base in Timbuktu kills seven
Author: 0 Machine gun attack on UN Mali base in Timbuktu kills seven

UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres condemned the attack and stressed that attacks targeting UN peacekeepers "may constitute war crimes under worldwide law", UN deputy spokesman Farhan Haq said . More than 100 members of the force have been killed. Suspected jihadists attacked a restaurant in neighboring Burkina Faso Sunday, killing 18 people.

Medicine Knife-wielding man attacks people at store in Hamburg, Germany
Author: 0 Knife-wielding man attacks people at store in Hamburg, Germany

Police said the heroic actions enabled plain-clothes officers to arrest the attacker nearby. The authorities were alerted to the possible radicalization of the man after one of his friends contacted security officials, said Torsten Voss, director of Hamburg's state intelligence agency.

Author: 0 Judge: Baby Charlie Gard will end life in hospice, not home

An assessment in the United Kingdom from a USA doctor who specializes in mitochondrial depletion syndrome, the rare disease from which Charlie is suffering, said the boy was past the time when the treatments would help. The judge this week condemned social-media commentators who discuss the case without knowing the facts. Among the most potent of these questions regards the ethics of a court stepping in and denying parents the right to seek a treatment which may benefit their child.

Medicine Bakersfield Firefighters Bring Nearly Dead Dog Back to Life
Author: 0 Bakersfield Firefighters Bring Nearly Dead Dog Back to Life

It has been viewed over 5.5 lakh times in just 24 hours. The video shows the firefighters reviving the little dog with specialized animal oxygen mask and high flow oxygen as his concerned owner looks on. Jack suffered some burns to his feet and respiratory tract injuries. In a video posted to the Bakersfield Fire Department's website that has been widely shared online, firefighter Matt Smith is shown carrying the almost lifeless Shih Tzu from the house on Wednesday.

Author: 0 John McCain's return to decide the fate of Senate Healthcare Bill

Senators Rand Paul of Kentucky and Susan Collins of ME already announced that they would not support the bill, which the Congressional Budget Office estimated would leave only 22 million Americans without health care, as compared to the 23 million who would lose their benefits under the version passed by the Republicans in the U.S.

Medicine Texas Army veteran's dying wish is to hear from you
Author: 0 Texas Army veteran's dying wish is to hear from you

The doctors have been unable to pinpoint what exactly has caused Hernandez's illness, and said the only thing they can do is make him as comfortable as possible. The phone number to reach the Hernandezes is 210-632-6778. Hearing that, Ernestine new she had to act. "They are an excellent support group of wives and ladies who know the struggles of what we go through", Ernestine said.

Medicine Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz submitted false documents to mislead
Author: 0 Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif's daughter Maryam Nawaz submitted false documents to mislead

Now, a Microsoft font called Calibri could be the key to unlocking whether or not Maryam Nawaz was involved. In the meantime, the Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan wrote on his twitter account today that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif had lost ethical reason to remain in the office, asking how could the public trust him? Now the question is, are the documents fake? The children of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif were among those customers, and they showed ...

Medicine Baggage handlers, service workers plan strike at DIA
Author: 0 Baggage handlers, service workers plan strike at DIA

The workers with SEIU Local 105 provide several services for many of DIA's major airlines. The workers voted to walk out Tuesday night over what they described as "unfair labor practices" but called off the strike early Wednesday morning.

Medicine Pakistan's glorification of Kashmir's Burhan Wani is condemnable, says Centre
Author: 0 Pakistan's glorification of Kashmir's Burhan Wani is condemnable, says Centre

In occupied Kashmir, the joint resistance leadership has condemned curfew and other restrictions, imposed by Indian authorities across the territory on the first martyrdom anniversary of popular youth leader, Burhan Muzaffar Wani. All of them have been confiscated in the past two days. India regularly accuses Pakistan of arming and training militants and allowing them across the restive frontier in an attempt to launch attacks on Indian forces.

Medicine Cleveland Clinic, Rainbow on US News' Best Children's Hospitals rankings
Author: 0 Cleveland Clinic, Rainbow on US News' Best Children's Hospitals rankings

The report, released Tuesday, places Boston Children's Hospital at the top of its honor roll for 2017-18, with Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center rounding out the top three. News said. Affiliated with Columbia and Cornell universities, the hospital has consistently landed in the top rankings since the survey was launched 11 years ago.

Medicine Rebels among UK's ruling Conservatives to scupper 'no-deal' Brexit
Author: 0 Rebels among UK's ruling Conservatives to scupper 'no-deal' Brexit

Merkel said she wanted the talks to be conducted "in a good spirit" and that Britain's position would become evident in the coming months. The Brussels talks began nearly a year after Britain unexpectedly voted in a referendum to leave the European Union and less than two weeks after British Prime Minister Theresa May lost her overall majority in snap elections that raised questions about the stability of the government the European Union faces.

Medicine SAA Wins At World Airline Awards
Author: 0 SAA Wins At World Airline Awards

Affiliate AirAsia X won awards for its premium seats and cabin. 2017 marks the sixth time ANA has earned the "World's Best Airport Services" award, and the fifth consecutive year it has won in this category. "This has been a particularly hard year for the industry, but we still maintained a world-class product and service standards to our customers, making our 4-Star Airline rating well deserved".

Medicine Uber heads in new direction with tipping option
Author: 0 Uber heads in new direction with tipping option

Lyft said on Monday its drivers have collected a total of $ 250 million in tips during the company's lifetime, $50 million of which was collected in the last couple of months. The U.S. Justice Department is investigating Uber's past usage of phony software created to thwart regulators. Recently, the scandal-ridden company fired more than 20 people after it had investigated over 100 sexual harassment complaints.

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