Tuesday, 26 March 2019
Latest news
Home » Medicine


Pence praises Indonesia's moderate form of Islam


Numerous leaders who do not attend do so because of internal issues", although "one or two" leaders may not be able to attend. "On 29th April which is the actual summit, we will have all 10 [ASEAN] leaders meeting up at the PICC and we'll have a retreat at the Coconut Palace", he added. Read More »

Chicago officials dismiss Justice Dept


The DOJ sent letters to officials in the state of California and eight localities: New York, Chicago, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Miami, Milwaukee and Sacramento. Emanuel, a White House chief of staff in the Obama administration, has beefed up the city's efforts to protect immigrants living in the country illegally, including establishing a legal fund with taxpayer money to help those facing deportation. Read More »

Trump to Meet Italian Premier Ahead of G7 Meeting in Italy

Gentiloni said Rome would abide by its commitments to increase defence spending under a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation agreement, despite budgetary constraints that have kept it from spending 2% of gross domestic product on defence. The 100-day assessment started with President Franklin D. Roosevelt. And White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said money for Trump's border wall must be part of the legislation passed to fund the federal government, along with money to hire more ... Read More »

Lawmakers reach tentative agreement on roads funding package


Speaker Brian Bosma and Senate leader David Long beamed with pride during a Thursday news conference on the compromise agreement reached this week. As for a shift of sales tax on gasoline dollars to pay for roads, Bosma says more of that money will be shifted and over a period of years. Read More »

Air Pollution Improvements Can Be Easily Undone, Report Says


According to Lake County Aire Pollution Control Officer Douglas Gearhart, strong local support for clean air measures has enabled the county to comply in full with not only the Federal Clean Air Standards, but also with the more rigorous California Standards for ozone and other air pollutants for the past 26 consecutive years. Read More »

Pence: US won't rest until N. Korea gives up nuclear weapons


United States officials say new sanctions could include an oil embargo, a global ban on North Korea's airline, intercepting cargo ships and punishing Chinese banks doing business with Pyongyang. Rather, the three parties agreed that China should collaborate with its neighboring countries to solve what made the deployment of such defense system necessary in the first place, namely, North Korea's continued missile provocations, including a failed missile test on April 16th, as well as ... Read More »

Man arrested after stalking, proposing to Malia Obama


According to the Daily News , Obama White House staffers had expressed frustration with the way paparazzi photographed the eldest Obama daughter when she was out in public because they feared it could fuel the sort of behavior Cardoso exhibited. Read More »

Lawyer: Genital procedure on girls was part of 'religious practice'


During the hearing, Nagarwala's attorney said the feds have it all wrong. According to the Detroit News , the children said the procedure was painful, they cried, and one said the pain extended to her ankles. "We understand that this is a very serious case", Smith said. Dr. Nagarwala performed the procedure in a closed and locked clinic as part of a religious Hindu religious ceremony. Read More »

Kenyans Kirui, Kiplagat win Boston Marathon; good day for US

A spectator at the tragic 2013 race, Keflezighi had moved from Eritrea to San Diego as a child, and the year after the bombings became the first American man to win the Boston Marathon in more than three decades. Fellow Swiss Marcel Hug took the men's race in 1:18:04, also the fastest time ever. The winners' times on the point-to-point Boston course are considered a world best and not a world record because of the possibility of a supportive tailwind like the one on Monday. Read More »

Painkiller prescribed for Prince in another name

Some bottles were labeled as though they contained acetaminophen and hydrocodone, and one of these bottles contained fentanyl, "implying it was counterfeit", the Associated Press reported . Dr. Schulenberg has previously disclosed all information regarding his care and treatment of Prince to his former employer, law enforcement authorities and regulatory authorities in the course of his complete cooperation with the investigation of Prince's death. Read More »

Drop Off Prescription Drugs At Falmouth Police Station

Gesell says the department has collected over 1,500 pounds of prescription drugs since starting the program more than five years ago. Hudson police will collect at the department and also in a Wal-Mart customer service area. Since inception of the Take Back Days, towns across Windsor County and the State have worked diligently to expand access to permanent drug collection units. Read More »

Egypt's Elmohamady endorses fearless approach for Hull City to survive


Silva had been employing two central defenders in recent weeks but the reorganised trio of Michael Dawson, Harry Maguire and Andrea Ranocchia found life hard against two different Stoke tactics. Silva has more than doubled City's points during his short time as head coach, dragging the Tigers up from 13 points after 20 games to 30 after 32. Read More »

Vettel holds off late Hamilton charge to win Bahrain GP

By the halfway point, Vettel's lead was six seconds over Hamilton, who had just passed Bottas. On the restart, Vettel pulled away after initially defending from Bottas and then both the Finn and Ricciardo struggled, with Hamilton one of three cars - also including Raikkonen and Massa - to pass the Red Bull. Read More »

Trump Administration Drops NC LGBT Rights Lawsuit


If the bill is passed , the validity of same-sex marriages would not be recognized in North Carolina. Equality NC, the state's largest LGBTQ advocacy group, praised the cities and states continuing to oppose the North Carolina law. "Sadly, this was not unexpected, now that anti-transgender forces are in charge of the departments of Justice and Education". That pro-transgender hostility towards biological heterosexuality is deeply unpopular among Americans, who prefer that civic society ... Read More »

Minn. health officials confirm 5 more measles cases

Measles is a viral infection that can result in pneumonia, brain inflammation, hospitalization and death. It also can cause miscarriages or premature delivery in pregnant women. There was one confirmed case a year ago of measles in MI. From 2001 to 2012, the average number of measles cases in the Unites States per year was about 60. Read More »

Swansea: Cork forced to sit out Watford clash

For Swansea, though, the gloom deepens as they remain entrenched in the bottom three - the bright start to Paul Clement's tenure a distant memory - two points shy of fourth from bottom Hull. "We know that at this stage of the season, we have to deliver". "When you have gone six games and you have picked up one point, confidence can be affected and has been affected, but we have to deal with that". Read More »

Worth Watching Stock: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY)


TRADEMARK VIOLATION NOTICE: "Pekin Singer Strauss Asset Management IL Buys 1,200 Shares of Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (BMY)" was posted by Chaffey Breeze and is the sole property of of Chaffey Breeze. If you are reading this report on another domain, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of United States & global copyright and trademark legislation. Read More »

Adityanath carries out first major bureaucratic reshuffle


Briefing the media on Cabinet decisions, Health Minister Siddharth Nath Singh, who is also the state government spokesman, said the earlier government led by Akhilesh Yadav had not prepared any road map for the purchase of potatoes because of which growers were left to fend for themselves. Read More »

Justice vetoes lawmakers' budget, criticizes funding cuts


Making comparisons to the budget and overal state of legislative action, Justice unveiled a "nothing burger", a mayonaise sandwhich and an analog for bull dung. "It's just a game", he said. We don't have to be a bunch of children. "There's something that goes on in this great building that I don't like", Justice told allies and news media gathered in the Capitol, where legislators meet. Read More »

Easter services and egg hunts on tap

Sunrise service on Easter is at 8 a.m. with breakfast to follow. St. Malachy's Church, Beattie, will have Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord's Supper at 6 p.m. HAVURAH HOUSE . Tuesday, April 11, 5:30 p.m., second night communal Seder. The Rev. Reginald Bush of Lizzie Berry Baptist Church of Jackson will be the guest speaker April 14 . Read More »

China's consumer inflation steady amid firming economy — China Focus


ONS deputy national statistician Jonathan Athow said: "Food, drink and clothing prices all rose in March". "However, this is offset by air fares, which fell slightly but previous year rose substantially thanks to the timing of Easter". Property values increased by 5.8% year-on-year to reach a record of £218,000 typically across the United Kingdom, figures compiled jointly by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), the Land Registry and other bodies show. Read More »

Prostate cancer tests are now OK with US panel, with caveats


The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has published a draft recommendation statement and 3 evidence reviews on screening for prostate cancer. She is a chair in medicine and a professor of medicine, epidemiology and biostatistics at the University of California, San Francisco. The new guidelines are relatively simple: Men between the ages of 55 to 69 should start a conversation with their doctors about whether to have a PSA test and focus on their own values and priorities. Read More »

Ready to go to jail for Ram Temple in Ayodhya: Uma Bharti


He had also urged the crowd to ensure the temple's creation in the next one year. Raja Singh, 38, a legislator and a BJP leader in Telangana, in a video that he uploaded on Facebook, can be seen addressing his supporters. "Nobody can stop construction of Ram mandir now. I will go to jail if I have to, I am ready to be hanged if I have to", the firebrand BJP leader said after meeting Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Lucknow. Read More »

Precautionary recall of salads announced by Fresh Express


Food and Drug Administration to look into whether the bat was infected with rabies. According to a release sent out by the CDC on Saturday, the two people were already eating the salad mix before realizing the dead bat was inside. The salads were carried at the retailer's stores across the Southeastern region of the United States. The product was distributed "exclusively to Walmart stores". Read More »

Tyler Ennis Wants To Stay In LA Beyond This Season


The Lakers led 14-10 by the 6:37 mark, and only added to that lead with a 17-4 run throughout the remainder of the quarter for a 31-14 lead. During the final stretch of the 2016-17 National Basketball Association season, head coach Luke Walton and the Lakers brass are evaluating talent with Ennis starting to show some promise. Read More »