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Medicine Salman, Priyanka among 'Variety's 500 most influential' in entertainment industry
Author: 0 Salman, Priyanka among 'Variety's 500 most influential' in entertainment industry

Inspite of that, Salman is still considered to be one of India's most bankable stars and is riding on superstardom that one can only imagine to achieve. With her foundation, the Priyanka Chopra Foundation for Health and Education, she helps kids, who are in need. As well as Khan, the likes of Priyanka Chopra, Karan Johar , Ekta Kapoor , Sidharth Roy Kapur, and Aditya Chopra also made the list.

Medicine B students get Rs 1 cr offer
Author: 0 B students get Rs 1 cr offer

For the initial time, firms are giving a visit to IIT Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi, to pick engineering skills to build groups for machine learning, AI, and robotics, claimed a person in the placement team of the institute. This year, the institute has seen 114 pre-placement offers being handed out to the students by companies, including Microsoft, Qualcomm and Goldman Sachs, as against 73 in the previous academic year.

Medicine Morrisons Staff To Receive Compensation After Data Breach
Author: 0 Morrisons Staff To Receive Compensation After Data Breach

After Justice Langstaff ruled in favour of liability on Friday, Nick McAleenan, of JMW Solicitors, said, "The High Court has ruled that Morrisons was legally responsible for the data leak". Morrisons has been granted leave to appeal against the decision. We expect them to take responsibility when our information is not kept safe and secure.

Medicine Smartphone addiction linked to chemical imbalance in young brains
Author: 0 Smartphone addiction linked to chemical imbalance in young brains

The study was led by Hyung Suk Seo, a professor of neuroradiology and the data was gathered by scanning the brains of teens who were diagnosed to have the affliction via magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS). Teen using a smartphone. He admits that might be a tough sell, but noted that parents can link reduced smartphone use to rewards such as a sought-after toy or game or more internet access on the weekends.

Medicine Florida Cop Brings KY Jelly To Convicted Shooter's Sentencing
Author: 0 Florida Cop Brings KY Jelly To Convicted Shooter's Sentencing

On Wednesday, reporters noticed Kevin Rojas appeared smug in court when the officer whom he shot called him a coward and said he would have a tough time in prison. He finished by adding to Rojas: "When I returned fire, and I brought the fight back, you started to run like a coward". "I'm pretty sure Mr. Rojas doesn't understand what the rest of his life means", Judge James Daniel said Wednesday, the Times-Union reports.

Medicine DOH puts dengue immunization program on hold
Author: 0 DOH puts dengue immunization program on hold

A new data analysis has concluded that if Dengvaxia is given to individuals who haven't been exposed to dengue, they could get more serious infections when they encounter the virus naturally. The health department, nonetheless, is reviewing its contract with Sanofi. At least 730,000 children have already received the first of three doses of the vaccine as of Nov 17.

Medicine Maina: Interior acted without my approval - Oyo-Ita
Author: 0 Maina: Interior acted without my approval - Oyo-Ita

At an investigative hearing by an ad-hoc Committee of the House of Representatives, in Abuja, on the issues surrounding the reinstatement of Maina into the federal civil service, the Permanent Secretary (PS) Ministry of Interior, and the Head of Service (HoS) to the Federation, Mrs Winifred Oyo-Ita had a minor disagreement.

Medicine New drugs Erenumab and Fremanezumab show promise for migraine
Author: 0 New drugs Erenumab and Fremanezumab show promise for migraine

The exact cause of migraine is still unknown but scientists believe the pain and sensitivity to light associated with the condition is linked to a chemical in the brain called calcitonin gene-related peptide, or CGRP. One of the stage 3 trials looked at how the monoclonal antibody erenumab treated episodic migraines. However, those given a placebo also saw benefits, with 26.6% of participants in this group experiencing such a reduction.

Medicine Ready to pay price for steps taken for better India: PM
Author: 0 Ready to pay price for steps taken for better India: PM

He said that the country saw a "behavioural change" after demonetisation , which helped in converting to a "clean and healthy economy". He also said his government was committed to a development centric eco system which would be citizen centric and free of corruption.

Medicine Health officials warn of 'severe' flu season
Author: 0 Health officials warn of 'severe' flu season

The vaccine this year may not offer much protection at all. The situation in Australia suggests this flu season could be even worse. That does not bode well for the United States, experts say. "Some of them are very mild, and some of them are severe", Dr. Anthony Fauci , the Director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease (NIAID), tells Bustle.

Medicine Delhi most unsafe for tourists; 1226 cases lodged against foreigners in India
Author: 0 Delhi most unsafe for tourists; 1226 cases lodged against foreigners in India

Madhya Pradesh, which has the fifth highest population in the country, has again earned the dubious distinction of having the highest number of rape cases registered among all States previous year. The data breakdown reveals that 66 foreigners were booked for cases related to narcotics, 59 in cheating cases, seven for murder and six on rape charges.

Medicine Dogs are smarter than cats
Author: 0 Dogs are smarter than cats

A new study by Vanderbilt University researchers proves beyond a biological doubt that a dog's cerebral cortex contains more than twice the neurons of a cat's brain. Houzel said she is "100 percent a dog person". Hunting requires a lot of energy, particularly for large predators, and the intervals between successful kills are unpredictable.

Medicine Beavers to name Jonathan Smith new head coach
Author: 0 Beavers to name Jonathan Smith new head coach

Oregon State is expected to name Washington offensive coordinator Jonathan Smith as their next head coach, according to The Oregonian . Smith is a former Beavers quarterback who has been working as quarterbacks coach for Chris Petersen since 2012, starting at Boise State and following him to Washington in 2014.

Medicine Secret US Army Data Possibly Found on Public Server
Author: 0 Secret US Army Data Possibly Found on Public Server

Earlier this month, researchers at UpGuard reported that United States military intelligence gathering data had been stored on a misconfigured Amazon Web Services S3 server that wasn't password protected and was publicly viewable. More worryingly, the database also contained details about the Red Disk, which is a cloud intelligence platform owned by the Defence Department and is partially integrated into the Pentagon's DCGS-A program.

Medicine World Malaria Report 2017
Author: 0 World Malaria Report 2017

Alonso worries that governments and donors have become complacent about malaria, given that deaths from the disease fell by an estimated 62 percent between 2000 and 2015. A minimum investment of US$ 6.5 billion will be required annually by 2020 in order to meet the 2030 targets of the World Health Organization global malaria strategy.

Medicine Research Shows Diabetes, Obesity Trigger Cancer
Author: 0 Research Shows Diabetes, Obesity Trigger Cancer

Cancer incidence among patients with a high BMI, diabetes, or both was compared with the general population. "We also need to recognise the individual types of diabetes , and understand how they might affect the risk of cancer differently".

Medicine Everton's Sigurdsson: Southampton loss hard to take
Author: 0 Everton's Sigurdsson: Southampton loss hard to take

Sigurdsson cancelled out Dusan Tadic's opener to give Everton hope of a rare positive result, only for a brace of Charlie Austin headers and a late Steven Davis strike to seal a comfortable win for Saints . "We are in a tough moment. It is a massive week for the club". The goal did little to settle a nervous-looking Everton and they were soon behind again as Austin, making his first league start of the season, headed home in the 52nd minute before getting on the end of a left-wing ...

Medicine FDA warns of risks of 'bone treats' after reports of illnesses, death
Author: 0 FDA warns of risks of 'bone treats' after reports of illnesses, death

However, dogs have ended up at the vet with intestinal blockage, choking, cuts and wounds in the mouth or rectum, vomiting, diarrhea, and even death - approximately 15 dogs have reportedly died from bone treats. Be careful about what your dog can access from the kitchen or the dinner table when you are cooking or eating. The FDA recommends that consumers talk with their veterinarian about other chew toys or treats that are appropriate for their dogs.

Medicine Police say compromise reached: Woman slaps Air India staffer, she slaps back
Author: 0 Police say compromise reached: Woman slaps Air India staffer, she slaps back

The incident took place after the Ahmedabad-bound passenger had an argument with the official. When she raged against the staff, she was referred to the duty manager and that's when the row reportedly escalated. During probe, it was found that a woman passenger from Haryana had to board Air India Flight AI 019 to Ahmedabad at 05.00 hours. The investigation required that both women be medically examined after the scuffle.

Medicine Taylor Swift adds second Soldier Field show
Author: 0 Taylor Swift adds second Soldier Field show

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the US based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). As a result, the album's SEA was rather small at only 10,000. In its first week at iTunes, only the four pre-release songs were available to buy as stand-alone tracks.

Medicine Michigan, Enbridge strike interim deal on Line 5
Author: 0 Michigan, Enbridge strike interim deal on Line 5

Although the federal government regulates oil pipelines, MI owns the lake bottom and granted an easement to the company allowing the pipeline to go there. The deal also calls for Enbridge to stop pumping oil and gas beneath the Straits of Mackinac when weather conditions would make it hard to respond to a spill.

Medicine Latest buzz suggests that Jimbo Fisher will be Texas A&M's next coach
Author: 0 Latest buzz suggests that Jimbo Fisher will be Texas A&M's next coach

Kevin Sumlin was relieved of his duties on Sunday as Texas A&M Head Football Coach following six seasons in the position. Texas A&M director of athletics Scott Woodward announced Sumlin's firing on Sunday. Fisher's name was at the forefront of discussions for the LSU head coaching vacancy last season. "Every year is different", Sumlin said on Saturday.

Medicine 'Big Tobacco' Ad Campaign Against Smoking Starts
Author: 0 'Big Tobacco' Ad Campaign Against Smoking Starts

Women were the targets of the last cigarette ad on American television. "Despite their claims to the contrary, the tobacco companies have not changed", the statement said. "This really strips the product of all of that glamour and sexiness and says 'No, it's really a serious drug that you need to think twice about using, '" Ever explained.

Medicine Indiana University fires tweeting 'night nurse' for insulting white women
Author: 0 Indiana University fires tweeting 'night nurse' for insulting white women

Baker tweeted that white women raised sons who were a "detriment to society", and said a white male is the member of society "with the HIGHEST propensity to be a terrorist, rapist, racist, killer, and domestic violence all star". In previous tweets that have now been deleted, Baker claimed to have worked in pediatrics. The troubling post first appeared on the Twitter account @ tai_fieri , but was deleted soon after.

Author: 0 Substitute Phone might help you break your smartphone addiction; here's how

The first is the Offline Lamp , which only turns on when you put a smartphone-size object inside its drawer. Schillinger told Dezeen that the creation of the Substitute Phone was inspired by the constant, nearly compulsive need to check his phone even if no notifications came up on it.

Medicine Bengaluru woman claims to be Jayalalithaa's daughter, insists on DNA test
Author: 0 Bengaluru woman claims to be Jayalalithaa's daughter, insists on DNA test

The SC refused to admit the petition of Amrutha, who wanted a DNA test and sought exhumation of Jayalalithaa's body for the test. She said there were two witnesses when the child was given for adoption and the petitioner had come to know about her real parentage only when her adopted father was on his death bed.

Medicine Coins, needles removed from youth's body in Madhya Pradesh
Author: 0 Coins, needles removed from youth's body in Madhya Pradesh

In a rare surgery, surgeons treating an Indian man with suspected food poisoning Sunday were stunned after they discovered 263 coins , shaving blades and 100 nails - a total of 7 kilograms of foreign objects in his stomach . He had been complaining of stomach ache for nearly three months. While the mental health of the man has been questioned, he may well have suffered from severe depression, doctors say.

Medicine Kohli double ton helps India to 405-run lead
Author: 0 Kohli double ton helps India to 405-run lead

Opener Dimuth Karunaratne had earlier made 51 and c aptain Dinesh Chandimal also added a half-century with 57, but there was not enough support from the lower order. He got Dilruwan Perera lbw off the first game the batsman faced. Jasprit Bumrah, who has been India's key pacer in white ball cricket , is certainly in contention for a slot for the extra pacer.

Medicine Hidden face of a killer wife
Author: 0 Hidden face of a killer wife

The judge, Justice Yusuf Halilu before making the order said he does not like to be dragged into the drama acted in courts by lawyers when Sanda's lawyer urged the court to order that the accused be returned back to the custody of the police because she is a nursing mother.

Medicine Watford tell Everton to end pursuit of Marco Silva
Author: 0 Watford tell Everton to end pursuit of Marco Silva

That target is Watford boss Marco Silva who has today refused to be drawn into speculation and his comments certainly suggest he is set to stay at the Hornets . Marco Silva did a remarkable job last season at Hull City, very almost keeping them in the Premier League after joining midway through the season and inheriting a hopeless position.

Medicine War on I-4: UCF beats USF in nailbiter of a game
Author: 0 War on I-4: UCF beats USF in nailbiter of a game

They're special", UCF head coach Scott Frost said earlier this week at his press conference. TCU eyes title tilt • No. 10 Texas Christian will clinch a spot in the Big 12 championship game, against Oklahoma, if it wins at home Friday against Baylor.

Medicine Loss of ridership not exclusively attributable to fare hike: DMRC
Author: 0 Loss of ridership not exclusively attributable to fare hike: DMRC

As per Delhi Metro Rail Corporation ( DMRC)'s data which was obtained by PTI , the Blue Line lost over 30 Lakh commuters. DMRC also said the fall, in terms of absolute numbers, was over 19 lakh on the Yellow Line, another busy corridor which connects Gurgaon to North Delhi's Samaypur Badli.

Medicine In US, 4 in 10 cancers due to 'modifiable risk'
Author: 0 In US, 4 in 10 cancers due to 'modifiable risk'

The major risk factors also include highly consuming processed meat and red meat, low consumption of veggies and fruits, physical inactivity, second hand smoke and alcohol intake. The numbers of cancer cases were obtained from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Cancer Institute; the numbers of deaths were obtained from the CDC; risk factor prevalence estimates were obtained from nationally representative surveys; and associated relative risks of cancer were ...

Medicine Lacombe ready to light the night
Author: 0 Lacombe ready to light the night

Southern Adventist University's Jazz Ensemble will play for the tree lighting on Tuesday, Nov. 28, at 6:30 p.m. on the Collegedale campus. December 2 El Dorado Hills Town Center will teem with activities and the sounds of carolers during the city's 11th annual Christmas tree lighting.

Medicine Cinnamon: A Weight Loss Spice Burning Energy in Fat Cells
Author: 0 Cinnamon: A Weight Loss Spice Burning Energy in Fat Cells

Therefore, instead of storing fat, the cinnamon substance induced adipocytes to start burning energy in a process called thermogenesis. These adipose stem cells would have turned into fat cells had they stayed inside a human body. Wu said cinnamon is already used widely in food so it might be easier to convince patients to stick to a cinnamon-based treatment than to a traditional medicine.

Medicine Flake: Trump made a 'big mistake' backing Moore
Author: 0 Flake: Trump made a 'big mistake' backing Moore

Republican Roy Moore is facing accusations from at least 8 women that he engaged in various levels of sexual misconduct with them when they were teens and he was in his 30's. Gillibrand's comment was certainly controversial, but it's easier to criticize a 71-year-old former president whose career - even as a supporter of his wife's campaigns - is over than it is to pass judgment on a sitting senator whose future still matters for his party.

Medicine Drinking Coffee Actually Has Health Benefits, Study Finds
Author: 0 Drinking Coffee Actually Has Health Benefits, Study Finds

Listen up, coffee addicts: A new search says that drinking three to four cups of coffee per day might be good for you. The research, which combined data from 200 previous studies, showed that coffee consumption is linked to lower risks of diabetes, liver disease, dementia, and some cancers.

Medicine Iraqi forces launch anti-IS offensive near Syria border
Author: 0 Iraqi forces launch anti-IS offensive near Syria border

Tehran said it was creating "arc of influence" from its borders to the Mediterranean. Iranian militias have helped shore up Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's rule since 2014 against both moderate opposition and extremists. Saudi Arabia warned Sunday that it would not stand idly by in the face of Iranian "aggression". French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian said last week that France was anxious by Iran's "hegemonic" intentions in the Middle East, but Rouhani said Tehran was "not ...

Medicine Four-year-old Indian boy sexually assaults classmate
Author: 0 Four-year-old Indian boy sexually assaults classmate

The victim complained of pain on her private parts after coming home from school. According to press reports, the girl said the boy unbuttoned her trousers and used a finger and a sharpened pencil to assault her and allegedly kept hurting her as no one was around at the time.

Medicine National Capital Territory belongs to entire nation, says Centre in top court
Author: 0 National Capital Territory belongs to entire nation, says Centre in top court

It can not enjoy statehood on a mere fact that there is a Legislative Assembly here. "What will happen if tomorrow or in the near future an elected government (in Delhi) decides that Republic Day can not be held in the traditional route but somewhere else?", Additional Solicitor General Maninder Singh, for the Centre, posed the question before a five-judge Constitution Bench led by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra.

Medicine Jerry Jones Not Suing NFL Partners
Author: 0 Jerry Jones Not Suing NFL Partners

Jones now says that he's dropped the notion of suing fellow National Football League owners over the process for extending Goodell's contract, but Jones isn't going to give up on this issue entirely. "Jones is willing to sue the league, humiliate other NFL owners and create even more controversial headlines for the league because he so strongly objects to a contract that would extend Goodell through 2024".

Medicine 50 employees fired for refusing to get flu shots
Author: 0 50 employees fired for refusing to get flu shots

The only way employees can avoid taking the flu shot is if they have a medical or religious exemption that's approved by the company. Explaining why Essentia took a mandatory approach to the vaccines , Rajesh M. He said the other workers who are still in the process will continue to work at Essentia until their exemptions are reviewed and either granted or denied.

Medicine Who won 'Dancing With the Stars' season 25?
Author: 0 Who won 'Dancing With the Stars' season 25?

This is Arnold's first Mirror Ball win as a pro even though she made it to the final three during three other seasons. Fisher is one of the best dancers to be on the show, in recent memory. "But I'm learning from scratch. Never done it. I've never felt so uncoordinated in my whole life". Halfway through the finale, Fisher joined former pop star Debbie Gibson on stage and belted out some pretty high notes.

Medicine Sleeping on your back could double the risk of stillbirth
Author: 0 Sleeping on your back could double the risk of stillbirth

This would save the lives of roughly 120 babies a year. Pregnant women are being advised to sleep on their sides, rather than their backs . The team interviewed 1024 women from 41 maternity hospitals across the United Kingdom - 291 of them had a stillbirth late in the pregnancy, and 733 had a live-born baby.

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