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Maharashtra: Indian Medical Association calls off strike after HC order

Later the Indian Medical Association called of its strike . Doctors are not getting basic facility and that is security. "However, the emergency cases were somehow treated as resident doctors having duty in emergency department were not part of the protest", said Nirupam Ghosh on behalf of the administration department of Dadadev Mother and Child hospital. Read More »

U.S. to recommend approval of Keystone XL pipeline


The State Department, now headed by former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson, will apparently grant a permit for the pipeline. The route proposed in TransCanada's second application was specifically created to avoid the aquifer, yet Nebraska-based opposition remained so intense that the State Department was eventually forced to suspend its review when a legal dispute erupted over whether Nebraska's then-Governor had the authority to approve the route under a controversial new state law. Read More »

Senate committee to take up host of gun bills


There, many lawmakers worry about harming public schools that are the lifeblood of the small communities they represent. A vote on the bills could come as soon as next week. Lawmakers have shown little interest in debating the issue this year. A similar bill passed the Senate in 2015, only to die in the House. McRaven said for next school year, students could expect tuition to increase two percent because of inflation. Read More »

Federal Reserve interest hike a mixed bag


Last week, the Federal Reserve hiked the federal funds rate to 1.00%. Keep in mind these recent rate hikes are returning monetary policy back to normal, but not because the economy is growing too fast and must be controlled with higher rates. Read More »

Is Tea Healthy? Poison Brew Kills San Francisco Woman In Chinatown


A department of health spokeswoman said the man was treated and released after recovering from the illness brought on by the poisoning. A few minutes after drinking her tea, Xie reportedly started feeling weak and also started having life-threatening heart rhythms that were very abnormal. Read More »

Under Attack From Patients' Families, AIIMS Doctors Wear Helmets To Work


At a time when protesting doctors were about to end their agitation, yet another attack on a resident colleague took place last night by a patient's relatives at city's Sion Hospital. The doctors' protest entered the fourth day on Thursday. Bombay High Court chief justice Manjula Chellur had on Tuesday said: 'If you (doctors) do not want to work, then resign. Read More »

Joe Biden Speaks On Capitol In Defense Of Obamacare

Biden - during his warmly received return to Capitol Hill on Wednesday morning - questioned the administration's "romance" with Russian Federation and advised Trump to scale back the incendiary rhetoric. "What in the hell are we doing?" Former Vice President Joe Biden joined Democratic leaders from the House and Senate on the steps of the Capitol Wednesday to protest the passage of the Republican health care plan. Read More »

Protests start anew as Cal State tuition vote looms today


Although Gov. Jerry Brown's January budget proposal would give CSU a funding increase of about $157 million, that amount would still fall almost $168 million short of CSU trustees' full support budget request. But Taylor said he felt compelled to vote for the tuition increase to ensure that the university system didn't slip into mediocrity. "Almost half of our students, we lose, before they get their degree". Read More »

Nine women's deaths linked to silicone breast implants that cause cancer


Since then, information and understanding about the association increased substantially, including evidence that BIA-ALCL occurs more often in women who have implants with textured, rather than smooth, surfaces. Based on the data provided by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons , about 109,000 females received these implants for reconstruction after combating breast cancer. Read More »

Workers In NV & CA On Strike

The company has shown disrespect to the bargaining process by changing the work assignments of workers without bargaining as required by federal law. The strike follows almost a year of employees - part of AT&T's wireline division - struggling through contract negotiations with the carrier. Read More »

Straight From the Vet: The Mystery of April the Giraffe's Labor


The calf will be April's fourth calf and her mate Oliver's first calf. Animal Adventure Park began livestreaming on YouTube on February 23 as April prepared to give birth, drawing worldwide attention. The watch continued Wednesday morning, with April eating and walking around her stall, as usual. April's pregnancy was catapulted into global headlines late last month after YouTube briefly yanked the zoo's stream following complaints by animal activists that it violated the site's policies ... Read More »

Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR) Trading Up -0.3% Following Analyst Upgrade


BTIG Research assumed coverage on shares of Nektar Therapeutics in a research note on Friday, January 6th. Many Analysts provided their foresight on Revenue Estimates of Nektar Therapeutics where they believe that the company has the potential to earn average revenue of $30.64 Million for the current quarter. Read More »

'Piggy Bank' Turtle Dies After Swallowing Over 900 Coins


The weight of the metal mass had cracked the 25-year-old turtle's shell, and she was rushed to surgery. Doctors said the turtle had been suffering from intestinal problems after the operation. In February, veterinarians at the Bangkok University asked the navy to send Omsin to its animal hospital for a check-up, after the team found the turtle to be swimming sideways without using her left leg. Read More »

Amgen's Repatha Reduces Cholesterol and Cuts Risk of Cardiovascular-related Deaths

Also, in some patients cholesterol levels can remain high despite being given the maximum doses of statins. Evolocumab , a proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 ( PCSK9 ) inhibitor, is approved as adjunct to diet and maximally tolerated statin therapy for treatment of adults with heterozygous familial hypercholesterolemia (HeFH) or clinical atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD), who require additional lowering of low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C); and as adjunct ... Read More »

Ruth Davidson doubts George Osborne's ability to remain an MP


David Cameron, the former prime minister, described the appointment as a "great move" after he bumped into an Independent journalist while shopping at an organic food store close to the Evening Standard's office. "When you're fired as we all were last summer, what did they expect, the government?" But there were also well-wishes, with London mayor Sadiq Khan writing: "Congratulations to @George-Osborne - the new editor of the @EveningStandard". Read More »

Gennady Golovkin defends middleweight titles against Daniel Jacobs


More specifically, it's closer to the weight where he would fight GGG at, meaning that it's likely indicating that the mega-fight is close. STARSPORT bring you some classic pictures of boxing icon Muhammad Ali over the years. The American was growing in confidence and predictions that this would be Golovkin's toughest test were already proven to be true. Daniel Jacobs looks on while after knocking down Sergio Mora during the WBA Middleweight Championship. Read More »

NCAA: Nigel Williams-Goss, Gonzaga stave off Northwestern


That cuts it to three. The problem is, Collins was right and not just in a "we looked at this in super slo-mo for five minutes and think refs got the call wrong" but in a "how did you miss this call live, it was obvious to everybody in the building, watching on television and probably even listening on radio". Read More »

(7) Michigan Upsets (2) Louisville 73-69 In Second Half Comeback

The Wolverines, who came in on fire from behind the 3-point line , were just 6-of-17 from deep. The Cardinals have failed to cover the spread in four straight games, but are a solid 21-4 straight up as favorite this season. Rick Pitino encouraged John Beilein not to waste much practice time Saturday trying to solve Louisville's pressure defense. Derrick Walton Jr. was held scoreless in the first half, but finished with 10 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists. Read More »

Texas House One Step Closer to Passing Ban on Texting While Driving


Sylvia Garcia, "because they can't use the bathroom of the gender they identify with?" Many Democrats complained that the bill gives the governor too much power and could have unintended consequences, but Republicans said the bill clarifies the current the process and does so in a way that the accreditation board for state universities has approved of. Read More »

Kenyan doctors sign deal to end crippling 100-day strike


However, doctors, governors, and health ministry officials reached an agreement after a closed-door meeting. The government had threatened repeatedly to fire the strikers and hire foreign doctors, and union officials were even briefly jailed in a bid to end the country's longest-ever medical strike. Read More »

Introducing the Family Link app: Helping families navigate technology together


Once that's done, parents can whitelist or blacklist apps which apps can install on their kids devices. Interested parents with children under 13 (in the United States) can request an invite today as part of an an early-access program. With tablets and smartphones, kids can access any number of naughty things, but Google's new Family Link would to like to solve potential issues. Family Link doesn't come with any other typical parental control features, like monitoring a child's ... Read More »

Violent Knife-Brandishing Suspect Shot To Death By Orange Police


The driver was armed with a knife when he eventually got out of the minivan after officers began smashing its windows and spraying water inside the vehicle. Lt. Fred Lopez says officers were concerned the man was going to light himself on fire. The Orange County Register is reporting that a man shot by police in a weird and dramatic traffic stop gone wrong has died. Read More »

Toddler Girl Dies, Two Critically Injured In Fire Blamed On Hoverboard


Fire crews say one victim jumped from the second story to escape the flames, while firefighters used a ladder to rescue two other girls and their father. 'The pain is so deep. "I'm so hurt. I'm hurt". Hughes said the family is having a hard time coping following the tragedy and warned others to think before buying potentially risky products. Read More »

California joins legal challenge to revised Trump travel ban


A hearing on the state's request will be heard on Wednesday. The new order, which will go into effect on March 16, no longer singles out Syrian refugees and exempts Iraq from the list of countries barred from travel to the U.S. It replaces an earlier order that was held up by a federal court of appeals. Trump has repeatedly cited national security concerns as his impetus for the executive order, and has insisted that refugees need to be kept out while the USA develops more robust vetting ... Read More »

Football on Kodi faces perilous future after Premier League wins court case


The Premier League says it is now engaged in a range of activity to protect its intellectual property, and the "significant investment" made in the competition by live broadcast partners Sky Sports and BT Sport. We'll continue to work... to tackle today's piracy and make people aware of the risks it presents and the damage it causes". While designed for viewing legitimate content, they can also be used for illegal streaming. Read More »

Brazilian yellow fever outbreak could follow in Zika's footsteps, experts warn


Dr. Catharine I. Paules and Dr. Anthony S. Fauci wrote the essay "Yellow Fever- Once Again on the Radar in the Americas" for The New England Journal of Medicine published on March 8. Although PANO confirmed 101 people in Brazil have died from yellow fever since December, officials are still reviewing 109 other deaths that may be connected to the virus. Read More »