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Medicine Doctor accused in deaths of 5 patients from opioid…
Author: 0 Doctor accused in deaths of 5 patients from opioid…

No doctor in all of Pennsylvania prescribed more doses of opioids in the 19 months leading into July 2017 than Kraynak's 2,792,490, according to Assistant U.S. FOX43's sister station, WNEP, reports one man told them Kraynak was known around the area as "the candy man", and one pharmacy in the area would refuse to fill prescriptions issued by Kraynak because he prescribed so many opioids.

Medicine Fish health benefits: Eating it once a week can boost children's intelligence
Author: 0 Fish health benefits: Eating it once a week can boost children's intelligence

Previous studies have shown a relationship between omega-3 - the fatty acids prevalent in many types of fish - and improved intelligence, while others have linked omega-3 to better sleep. "Children should be introduced to it early on". The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recommends only one to two 2-ounce servings of low-mercury fish a week for children ages 4 to 7; 3 ounces for children 8 to 10; and 4 ounces for children 11 and older, Heller said.

Medicine Apples, tomatoes could help ex-smokers fix lungs
Author: 0 Apples, tomatoes could help ex-smokers fix lungs

Ex-smokers may be able to fix their lungs with a diet rich in apples and tomatoes , according to a new report. The study was done by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health in the USA and found that smokers who consumed a diet with more apples and tomatoes had a lesser chance of lung dysfunctionality over a period of 10 years.

Medicine Birmingham named as 2022 Commonwealth Games host city
Author: 0 Birmingham named as 2022 Commonwealth Games host city

Commonwealth Games Federation President Louise Martin announces the winning bid for the 2022 games in Birmingham, Britain December 21, 2017. After Durban was taken out of the running, Birmingham defeated a rival bid from Liverpool to secure the support of the British government in September.

Medicine Dennis Bergkamp sacked as Ajax assistant by former Arsenal teammate Marc Overmars
Author: 0 Dennis Bergkamp sacked as Ajax assistant by former Arsenal teammate Marc Overmars

Manager Marcel Keizer and assistant Hennie Spijkerman also lost their jobs at Ajax but, understandably, it was the dismissal of ex-Gunner Berkgamp which interested Gooners the most. The club added that with Bergkamp "there is also a difference of opinion about the technical policy to be implemented". At the start of the season, Ajax were defeated in the Champions League qualifying round by OGC Nice.

Medicine Model Lauren Wasser faces second amputation due to toxic shock syndrome
Author: 0 Model Lauren Wasser faces second amputation due to toxic shock syndrome

Lauren had her right leg amputated because of an infection caused by a tampon. Gangrene had infected both of Wasser's legs, and doctors recommended that she remove both at the same time. Wasser says the bill has been rejected 10 times. She has spoken publicly about her condition and given a TED Talk to share her story. Ms Wasser wants to warn others of the dangers of toxic shock syndrome .

Medicine Cold and Flu Season Takes Nasty Turn In Bloomington-Normal
Author: 0 Cold and Flu Season Takes Nasty Turn In Bloomington-Normal

District 87 is also seeing an increase in school absences, but it's "not too unusual for this time of year", said Superintendent Barry Reilly. Between Oct. The influenza virus can even cross over to other animals and then back to humans. Scientists are searching for a universal vaccine that would work against a wide variety of influenza viruses.

Medicine Green, leafy vegetables 'may slow memory decline'
Author: 0 Green, leafy vegetables 'may slow memory decline'

The study involved 960 people with an average age of 81 who did not have dementia and were followed for an average of 4.7 years. Afterwards, the researchers analysed results of the comparison between those who ate 1.3 servings of greens a day and those who ate least vegetables (0.1 servings).

Medicine Risk of chocolate poisoning in dogs peaks at Christmas
Author: 0 Risk of chocolate poisoning in dogs peaks at Christmas

Between 2012 and 2017, 386 cases of chocolate poisoning involving 375 animals were reported at nearly 230 veterinary practices in the UK. This christmas, look out for your pooches before they start munching on festive treats, warn scientists who found that risk of chocolate poisoning in dogs significantly increases over the holiday season.

Author: 0 Rolling Stone magazine gets new owner after 50 years

The shift to streaming music has made the industry an attractive one for businesses to advertise in. Penske's purchase values the magazine that Wenner started with a partner in 1967 with $7,500 borrowed from family members at $110 million.

Medicine US Plans 'Bloody Nose' Attack on North Korea
Author: 0 US Plans 'Bloody Nose' Attack on North Korea

One source is quoted as saying: "The Pentagon is trying to find options that would allow them to punch the North Koreans in the nose - get their attention and show that we're serious". It also warned other nations against "unreasonably following the footsteps of the US". Submarines like the USS Michigan , which has frequently visited South Korea during the recent North Korean crisis, could send a volley of cruise missiles at any military site in North Korea without ever surfacing.

Medicine Mystery surrounds over murder of Suhaib's wife Anju
Author: 0 Mystery surrounds over murder of Suhaib's wife Anju

Anju's death was initially treated as suicide. The court ruled out that the case was in the realm of the rarest of the rare category warranting death penalty to the host of famous show " India's Most Wanted " and said ends of justice would be met if the convict is sentenced to life term.

Medicine Coast Guard rescues sea turtle stuck in web of cocaine bales
Author: 0 Coast Guard rescues sea turtle stuck in web of cocaine bales

They believe their entire mission eliminated almost seven tons of illicit narcotics with a street value over $135 million dollars. Crewmembers from the U.S. Thetis was working in the Eastern Pacific as part of Operation Martillo when they found the turtle. The illegal selling, trading or dealing of drugs has proven to be problematic along the Central American coast .

Medicine Gymnastics: Maroney files lawsuit after deal for abuse silence
Author: 0 Gymnastics: Maroney files lawsuit after deal for abuse silence

Maroney has accused the USOC of covering up its knowledge of Nassar's misconduct as part of a "culture and atmosphere that conceals known and suspected sexual abusers" in papers filed in Los Angeles Superior Court. The suit describes a disturbing incident that took place at a high-stakes competition in Japan, in which Nassar took a 15-year-old Maroney into a treatment room and "proceeded to insert his hand into the vagina and anus".

Medicine Risky mutant virus research can once again receive government funding
Author: 0 Risky mutant virus research can once again receive government funding

While the moratorium was lifted, researchers must still abide by HHS' newly released framework for experiments on pandemic pathogens. The 2014 federal ban came as a result of controversy over prominent cases; such as, when lab workers were exposed to anthrax , a facility sent out virulent flu samples by mistake, as well as more widespread laxities in the United States research network.

Medicine Year Old Woman Delivers Baby Girl Who Was Frozen Embryo 24 Years
Author: 0 Year Old Woman Delivers Baby Girl Who Was Frozen Embryo 24 Years

And today, Emma is a attractive little darling, weighing in at a healthy 6 pounds, 8 ounces and measuring 20 inches long. The NEDC is a faith-based organization that is renowned for its embryo adoption program. can result in 100 percent survival of the embryos", Sommerfelt said in the release. Embryo adoption can be far more successful than overall IVF success rates, with a healthy embryo and an adoptive mother with no medical obstacles prior to the pregnancy almost 50 percent more likely ...

Author: 0 Gov. Wolf Vetoes Bill To Add Abortion Restrictions

Pro-abortion Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed a bill Monday that would have protected almost fully-formed unborn babies from brutal dismemberment abortions . Statistics published by the state Department of Health show there were 380 abortions done after week 20 in 2015, the latest year for which data are available.

Medicine Tampa attorney charged with soliciting sexual favors from inmate
Author: 0 Tampa attorney charged with soliciting sexual favors from inmate

On December 17, 2017, Spark was in the Pinellas County Jail with a female inmate. The only view into the room is a small window, which Spark would reportedly block by standing in front of during such illicit meetings. "He would then film the jail surroundings while having (the inmate) narrate her sexual fantasies in the jail before having her perform the sex acts".

Medicine FDA approves first genetic therapy for inherited disease
Author: 0 FDA approves first genetic therapy for inherited disease

Through Luxturna, a normal copy of the RPE65 gene is delivered directly to retinal cells, which then produce the normal protein that converts light to an electrical signal in the retina, restoring patient's vision loss. "I don't care that I can't see 100%". But Corona was also concerned about the price of the drug and how patients and the U.S. health system would be able to afford it.

Medicine Tri-Cities blood drive set for December 26
Author: 0 Tri-Cities blood drive set for December 26

These blood drives come at a crucial time of year for the Red Cross, as donations tend to decline during December, especially around the holidays. Donated blood is also essential for cancer treatments, childbirth complications and other crucial surgeries.

Author: 0 There Are No Banned Words — CDC Director

When it comes to science and the environment, the current U.S. administration has taken some questionable decisions - to put it mildly. Other CDC officials confirmed this. "The Trump administration is full of risky science deniers who have no business near American public health systems like the CDC", she continued. For decades, the CDC has had an impeccable reputation when it comes to responding to infectious disease outbreaks, like Ebola and Zika, as well as studying, tracking, and ...

Author: 0 U.S. set to declare North Korea carried out massive WannaCry cyber attack

A hacking group called Lazarus - said to be behind an $81 million hit on the Central Bank of Bangladesh and a 2014 attack on Sony Hollywood studios - is suspected to be a North Korean-backed group. Some experts later concluded the ransom threat may have been a distraction meant to disguise a more destructive intent. The worldwide shipper said in September it expected to sustain a $300 million profit hit as a result of the attack.

Medicine Matt Damon Is STILL Speaking Nonsense About Sexual Misconduct
Author: 0 Matt Damon Is STILL Speaking Nonsense About Sexual Misconduct

When asked by the publication whether he'd consider working with someone who'd been named in the continuing allegations, Matt claimed this was something he'd decide on a "case-by-case basis" depending on "what's the story here", before reiterating that he has not been involved in any sexual misconduct.

Medicine Zimbabwe military announces end of operation
Author: 0 Zimbabwe military announces end of operation

The 61-year old Constantino Chiwenga is the top contender to become deputy to Emmerson Mnangagwa , one of two posts the new president has promised to fill in the next few days. Chihuri was accused by rights groups of presiding over crackdowns on dissent and popular protest in the 18 months before Mugabe was overthrown. He said the military would hand back "normal day-to-day policing duties" to the police.

Medicine Trump official claims North Korea to blame for WannaCry cyber attack
Author: 0 Trump official claims North Korea to blame for WannaCry cyber attack

In the recording, a male AFP officer is heard discussing details of the arrest operation. Until now, the US hadn't publicly named Pyongyang as being behind the attack. The attack originally looked like a standard ransomware intrusion , but researchers believe that was a ruse to disguise a more malicious intent. FedEx's computer networks were among the most heavily hit.

Medicine Health officials say flu now widespread in CT
Author: 0 Health officials say flu now widespread in CT

The department says 254 people tested positive for the flu as of December 9. Once you get the flu vaccine, it takes about two weeks for it to be fully effective, and until then you're still at risk for getting the flu. "There are over a million Albertans who have been immunized and, if you haven't yet, I really do want to encourage anyone who's sitting at home thinking about getting the flu shot, please do".

Medicine Gujarat Polls: EVMs are tampered: Hardik
Author: 0 Gujarat Polls: EVMs are tampered: Hardik

Hardik Patel said, stressing that India should go back to ballot papers for voting, the way it is done in many other countries. Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) vital contender and Gujarat deputy chief minister, Nitinbhai Patel, on Monday uttered confidence that his party would keep hold of the state.

Medicine 2 bodies found in Toronto home of Apotex founder Barry Sherman
Author: 0 2 bodies found in Toronto home of Apotex founder Barry Sherman

Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins tweeted that both Shermans had been found dead, expressing his shock at the news and calling them "wonderful human beings". The pharmaceutical company produces and exports generic drugs to more than 115 countries. Sherman was a successful businessman and one of the richest people in Canada.

Medicine Unusual Sexual Liaisons: Snow Monkeys in Japan Are Cavorting With Deer
Author: 0 Unusual Sexual Liaisons: Snow Monkeys in Japan Are Cavorting With Deer

But while the previous research is based on anecdotal evidence, the current work focuses on the numbers. "As a result, even the sexual nature of this interaction was not clearly demonstrated". In some cases, the deer just kept on eating. Japanese macaques are known to ride deer for play or to move from one place to another, but adolescent females appear to have taken this playful interaction a step further.

Medicine Twitter reacts to the triumphant return of Aaron Rodgers
Author: 0 Twitter reacts to the triumphant return of Aaron Rodgers

Green Bay recovered the subsequent onside kick and drove down to the Carolina 38-yard line. The hit happened during the third quarter of the Packers' game against the Carolina Panthers in Charlotte Sunday . Cam Newton came out firing against the Green Bay Packers and Aaron Rodgers on Sunday. The Panthers are 10-4, tied with New Orleans with two games remaining.

Medicine Deadline for linking Aadhar with mobile number extended until 31st March
Author: 0 Deadline for linking Aadhar with mobile number extended until 31st March

The Centre had earlier this month extended the deadline for mandatory linking of the Unique Identification number to avail various services and welfare schemes up to March 31 next year. Till date, States had a different set of deadlines under various schemes while the deadline for linking mobile SIM cards was to expire on February 6, 2018.

Medicine Zaveri Bazaar Slab collapse: Another body recovered, toll 4
Author: 0 Zaveri Bazaar Slab collapse: Another body recovered, toll 4

The incident happened at around 2:30 PM when a slab of an under-construction MHADA building collapsed while some repair-work was going on. The fire brigade said that they received a call at 1.15 p.m. There were 41 tenants living in the building, 37 commercial and 4 residential. The Fire Brigade found the bodies of Feroz Khan, 23, and Safay Shaikh, 25.

Medicine Larry Nassar to appeal federal sentence on child pornography convictions
Author: 0 Larry Nassar to appeal federal sentence on child pornography convictions

But Simon and the board of trustees have a broader, and more important mission: to protect their public university's integrity and safeguard its student body from sexual misconduct by anyone in the university community. Describing ongoing issues she's struggled with since the assaults, Lorincz told the board she wonders how her life would have been different if MSU had protected her and other victims of Nassar's abuse.

Medicine North Korea to make rare appearance at UN Security Council meeting
Author: 0 North Korea to make rare appearance at UN Security Council meeting

The North's nuclear and missile development programs are on the agenda for Friday's meeting, which is to be chaired by Japanese Foreign Minister Taro Kono. Wu also urged Washington to tone down its belligerent rhetoric, saying "there is no military option when it comes to the settlement of the nuclear issue of the Korean Peninsula", he said.

Medicine 'Passive scrolling on Facebook may make you feel worse'
Author: 0 'Passive scrolling on Facebook may make you feel worse'

Two of Facebook's in-house social scientists acknowledged in a blog post yesterday that passive consumption of content on the social network can harm users' mood and mental health. Palihapitiya on Thursday revised his view, writing in a Facebook post that the service 'is a force for good in the world'. Facebook users who spend more time on Facebook - actually post and interact with close friends - experienced more positive effects, according to a company study conducted with Carnegie ...

Medicine Mattis: Iran Working to Destabilize Middle East
Author: 0 Mattis: Iran Working to Destabilize Middle East

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was an outspoken critic of the Iran deal and the Obama administration's overall effort at rapprochement with Iran, and has long advocated for an worldwide coalition to deprive Iran of the means of producing a nuclear weapon, by force if necessary.

Author: 0 Allergan (AGN) Downgraded by TheStreet to "D+"

BidaskClub lowered Allergan from a "sell" rating to a "strong sell" rating in a research report on Friday, August 25th. Citigroup restated a "buy" rating and set a $280.00 price target on shares of Allergan in a research report on Wednesday, September 20th.

Author: 0 Trims Position in Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)

It has outperformed by 45.78% the S&P500. Yale University decreased its stake in Antero Resources Corp (AR) by 1.63% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Stonebridge Capital Inc accumulated 3,600 shares or 0.16% of the stock. Ameriprise Financial has invested 0.03% in Pool Corporation (NASDAQ:POOL). (NASDAQ:AAPL) for 58,819 shares.

Medicine Bigg Boss 11, 15 December 2017, Today's Full Episode Live Updates
Author: 0 Bigg Boss 11, 15 December 2017, Today's Full Episode Live Updates

Hina locks herself in the bathroom and cries. Arshi nominates Akashas the worst performer Big Bash has told Arshi Khan to choose a candidate to be sent to jail as captain, Arshi Khan nominesAkashDadlani as he during his captaincy He has not listened to the Big Boss again tells the inmates that he is in the Aakash in Kaal kuthri to choose two more worst cast When should you decide.

Medicine 'Man Flu' is Real, New Study Suggests
Author: 0 'Man Flu' is Real, New Study Suggests

Whilst it's a certainty that a lot of people will unfortunately have to take a few days out from the festive celebrations to nurse such an infection, it's a societal cliché that men will be the ones to complain not only the most but also the most loudly.

Medicine Baby survives after being born with heart outside body
Author: 0 Baby survives after being born with heart outside body

A baby born with her heart outside her chest has survived in a "miracle ". She is now on the road to recovery. "I'd prepared myself for the worst; that was my way of dealing with it". The main concern with repositioning her heart was that the arteries and veins which bring blood to and from the heart were extremely elongated, and might become kinked and blocked when the heart was placed inside the chest wall.

Medicine United Nations warns that waste from discarded electronics piling up
Author: 0 United Nations warns that waste from discarded electronics piling up

Would it surprise you to know the estimated value of recoverable materials in last year's e-waste was $64.6 billion (55 billion euros), which is more than the 2016 Gross Domestic Product of most countries in the world? The authors have called for increased recycling of old electronics, the design of new devices which are easier to reuse or recycle, and better tracking of e-waste.

Medicine Texas Mother Arrested For Forcing 'Healthy' Son To Undergo 13 Surgeries
Author: 0 Texas Mother Arrested For Forcing 'Healthy' Son To Undergo 13 Surgeries

Christopher Bowen, 8, was thought to be a frail and sick child . Investigators say they believe Kaylene Bowen's case is one of Munchausen syndrome by proxy , which doctors describe as a mental illness, where a caregiver makes up an ailment in order to gain attention or sympathy; often, the caregiver will cause the symptoms of a disorder, bringing even more harm to the afflicted person, commonly a child or someone who is elderly.

Medicine Scientists develop plants that glow
Author: 0 Scientists develop plants that glow

In addition, trees embedded with the particles could one day eradicate the need for street lamps altogether. The Carbon P. Dubbs Professor of Chemical Engineering at MIT and the senior author of the study Michael Strano explains that the imagination behind this project was to make a plant that will function as a desk lamp but without a plug in support.

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