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What Makes A 'Good' And 'Bad' Dancer, According To Science


Dr. Nick Neave , associate professor at the department of psychology at Northumbria University explained the science of shaking some ass, as quoted by Net Doctor : "When you are dancing you are painting a complex biological picture which shows your age, health, motor skills, hormonal status, personality and intelligence to others". Read More »

Trump calls United States legal system 'broken' and 'dangerous'


Averaging admissions from those two weeks, 46 percent - or a little over 1,050 of the 2,300 refugees resettled in the USA were from the seven countries in question. President Trump had said the order would stop terrorists and allow federal agencies to develop stricter screening for those entering the country. Meanwhile, Mr Trump has responded to new figures which estimate that the cost of building the wall the President says he wants along the US-Mexico border. Read More »

Marathon to Charge $87000 for Duchenne Drug That Costs $1600 Overseas

In recent years, companies like Valeant Pharmaceuticals International and Turing Pharmaceuticals LLC have come under intense scrutiny from regulators and Congress for price gouging and abusing the rules just for profits. It has been available for years in other countries, and the family of the individuals with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy . But deflazacort is a generic steroid, and should not be treated as a "new" drug. Read More »

Highlights: Swansea beat down-and-almost-out champions Leicester City


The team also resumes its Champions League campaign in 10 days with a trip to Sevilla for the first leg of their last-16 match. And even though Ranieri has a vote of confidence from the Leicester City hierarchy, the pressure is mounting. While the Clarets have proven to be a very tricky team to take care of at home, Burnley's last league win against Chelsea hasn't come since 1983. "We saved ourselves with fewer games not long ago, so there's no need to panic". Read More »

Sargento Recalls Cheese With Possible Contamination

The products were solid in Meijer stores from November 10, 2016 to February 9 exclusively at the deli counters. Sargento Chef Blends Shredded Taco Cheese with sell-by dates of June 14, 2016, and June 28, 2017. Our unwavering commitment to safety is at the core of everything we do at Sargento. The recalled cheeses were sold in plastic deli packaging with printed labels that have the UPC numbers of 215927xxxxxx or 215938xxxxxx - the last six digits will vary and are determined by weight ... Read More »

Orange gator draws attention in SC


He said similarly colored alligators have been reported in the area in the past. An environmental factor like algae or a pollutant in the water could also color a gator's skin, but it's hard to know for sure, Josh Zalabak, a herpetologist with the South Carolina Aquarium, told WCBD News 2. Read More »

Tesla to Build Model 3 Prototypes This Month

Some analysts expressed skeptical views that Tesla could launch Model 3 production by July, with Barclays analyst Brian Johnson saying " We assume 0 Model 3 deliveries in '17 " in a note in early January. Tesla produced just under 84,000 units in 2016. The company has not since updated that number. This is the reason they have been given most of the time in getting this model to completion. Read More »

Senate Democrats Protest Trump Education Nominee


DeVos' ability to hold this job and her commitment to public education and protecting students from for-profit interests that seek to exploit them". DeVos' nomination process prompted massive resistance among Senate Democrats, who said their phone lines had been virtually flooded by constituents concerned about her qualifications for a position that has rarely received this much attention. Read More »

Syria's Assad: Some Syrian refugees 'definitely' terrorists

In an interview with Yahoo News , to be broadcast on Friday, Assad said he would not ask any president to allow Syrians to have refuge in their country. The Syrian justice ministry replied to the Amnesty report and said it was "completely untrue and meant to harm Syria's reputation in global forums", according to the official SANA news agency. Read More »

Hardik Patel to campaign for Shiv Sena in BMC election


Sena which is contesting the upcoming election on its own is roping in Hardik Patel to gain Gujarati votes. Hardik, sitting beside Uddhav and Yuva Sena chief Aaditya Thackeray, said Shiv Sena already helps people and does not need his help. Read More »

Heart Month: Symptoms of a heart attack


HackensackUMC Mountainside has switched out its exterior lights to glow red during February reminding everyone that it's American Heart Month. On Feb. The VCU Health Pauley Heart Team will offer free blood pressure and body mass index screenings in the second floor conference rooms at VCU Medical Center. Read More »

The trailer for 'Stranger Things' season 2 will get your heart racing


The very first season of " Stranger Things " immediately created an impact after 35 days of its airing. Apart from giving us Lady Gaga's epic performance, the Super Bowl also gave us something we've been waiting for. Yes the meltynautes, Season 2 of Stranger Things , which recently won a SAG Award, will be online by the SVOD service on 31 October! The trailer, available to view here, has the synopsis "A year after Will's return, everything seems back to normal... Read More »

Nicki Minaj sends fans into a frenzy with baby bump photograph

Nicki captioned the post: "ATBIMS. y'all so childish Omgskibbidybopbopghjhddfnjj - I was gonna wait to share the news but..." Mystery! If some of his fans congratulated him, others wondered about this pregnancy . "Ever since she was a little girl, she's always dreamed of being a mother - and that's something Nicki wants", a source previously revealed to Hollywood Life. Read More »

David Wagner 'sorry' for ugly scenes as Huddersfield edge out rivals Leeds


The pair clashed and that then sparked a huge melee between players and staff from both sides near the tunnel as the game ended in disappointing circumstances. "I am sorry and I apologise for what happened afterwards". Asked if he could "still be friends" with Monk, he said: "I don't know him well enough to know that". Read More »

Obamacare enrollment up in Maryland, despite uncertainty


The above protections were added to your employer's plan by the Affordable Care Act . GOP lawmakers insist they haven't abandoned their goal of repeal, though they face lingering disputes about whether that should come before, after or simultaneously with a replacement effort. Read More »

Cancer rates in women rising six times faster than men


United Kingdom cancer rates to rise faster among women than men: charity was posted in Health of TheNews International - https://www.thenews.com.pk on February 03, 2017 and was last updated on February 03, 2017. Cervical and oral cancers were also found to be on the rise among women. Dr. Nicholas Turner, the team leader in Molecular Oncology at ICR and consultant medical oncologist at The Royal Marsden, stated: "Palbociclib can help in treating the most common type of breast cancer". Read More »

Indian town plagued with killer litchi fruit

The investigation started in 2013, when researchers compiled as many studies as they could on the Mufazzarpur illness. The town of Muzaffarpur in Bihar, also known has the "Land of Litchi" has had a series of illness reports since 1995. Read More »

Product Recalls: Smokeless Tobacco and Barnes and Noble

If you are old enough to read this article, you know exposed metal from a wall socket is a bad idea. When the fault with the adapter was discovered last month, Barnes & Noble told owners to stop using it until a replacement could be provided. Read More »

Join Kim And Chrissy's Book Club

It's a story of a woman who died during surgery and came back to life. Kim then started trying to recruit more celebrities to join and read the book she says 'changed her life'. "So guys....@ ChrissyTeigen & @ JenAtkinHair & I are starting a book club!" "Today was such a good day!" she wrote. Will you be joining, Perezcious readers??? Who do you think of when you think of reading? And the love between Kardashian West and Eadie seems to be mutual. Read More »

Texas family's toilet-snake surprise leads to discovery of dozens more


The rattlesnakes had camouflaged themselves pretty well, because the family hadn't seen a snake on their land in years! When I arrived, I immediately noticed a few problematic areas. "I would say 90 per cent of snake bites occur when someone's trying to harm the snake", Hawkins told CBS. "This is simply how they survive", the snake catcher said. Read More »

February proclaimed National Heart Month


Last December, the CDC reported that after almost three decades in decline, the number of deaths from heart disease - in both American men and women - has increased. Meanwhile, Knoxville-based Jewelry Television is promoting a "Love Your Heart" campaign to both educate viewers about the risks of heart disease and raise funds for the American Heart Association , including a 24-hour Love Your Heart Day event on February 3 with promotional offers. Read More »

With Kraft looking on, Goodell dodges Deflategate


Goodell said he's not opposed to making a return to Foxboro. "In nearly every aspect of what you would say is the quality of the game, we have seen high-quality football on Thursday night". Goodell was noticeable by his absence from the Patriots' Gillette Stadium during the playoffs, preferring to attend back-to-back Falcons games in Atlanta instead. Read More »

Auxiliary bishop punched during Mass says he's doing well


As Bishop Manuel Cruz was delivering his sermon, Charles Miller stood up from his pew and punched him in the jaw. The force caused Fr Cruz, 63, to fall backwards into the altar. "So, I went out and said, 'Officer, Officer, grab him, stop him, stop him, '" Councilman Luis Quintana added. "I am in pain, I'm a little frightened inside", Cruz said in an interview with CBS New York. Read More »

Rite Aid shares plunge after Walgreens cuts acquisition price

When the deal was first announced in late 2015, Walgreens bid $9 per share, about $9.4 billion, for the nation's third-largest drugstore chain. Walgreens substantially lowered its offering price for drugstore rival Rite Aid and raised the number of stores it would be willing to unload to ease monopoly concerns. Read More »

Heat grab seventh straight against Pistons, 116-103

The Heat had an 11-30 record before the streak and has not lost since. "We're focusing on us and seeing if we can put together more consistent basketball for 48 minutes and most of this month it's been better". Cousins gave the Kings the lead for good at 108-106 following a drive with 14.3 seconds remaining. The 26-year-old Cousins is now averaging a whopping 28.1 points, 10.5 rebounds and 1.4 blocks over the course of 46 appearances and 34.7 minutes per game this season. Read More »

France Bans Unlimited Soda Refills in Obesity Fight


Another government initiative includes a ban on vending machines in schools and a certain limit on the serving of french fries in schools. In 2012, the country introduced a "soda tax on drinks with added sugar or sweetener". The move, while drastic, isn't shocking given France's history in curbing the consumption nutritionally empty foods by its citizens. As per Telegraph report , "Five Guys, a newcomer in France, was reported to have opted to add microchips to cups so when customers try to ... Read More »

31 people missing on Malaysian tourist boat

Besides tourists, a skipper and two crew members were also on board when the boat sailed out on Saturday morning, he said. Rescue crews led by the Malaysian navy, maritime police and air force said the boat left Kota Kinabalu, the capital of Malaysia's eastern Sabah state, at about 9am local time... Read More »

Wayne Taylor Racing Wins Rolex 24 at Daytona

Driving in America's signature endurance race for the first time since 2007 and only the second time overall, Gordon joined forces with IMSA drivers Ricky Taylor, Jordan Taylor and Max Angelelli to drive the No. Gordon drove eight NASCAR races last season when former boss Rick Hendrick needed a replacement for concussed Dale Earnhardt Jr. First it was the #15 Lexus, mired in mediocrity in qualifying and without a teammate after an incident in the race's first two hours, suffering a ... Read More »