Wednesday, 17 January 2018
Latest news
Home » Health Care

Health Care

BJP MLA questions patriotism of Indian captain Virat Kohli

perth_map

In an unusual jibe Shakya said that dancers of Italy became billionaires in India while Kohli took India's wealth out of the country. The Mumbai Indians batsman led India to a 2-1 win in the ODI series against Sri Lanka and is now the fifth best ODI batsman in the world on the strength of his double century in the Mohali ODI on December 23. Read More »

Zimbabwe's military ends Mugabe operation

perth_map

Chiwenga has not stated his political ambitions, but is widely tipped to take up a one of the two vacant vice presidents' posts under President Emmerson Mnangagwa . Public enemy General Augustine Chihuri has been retired as the commissioner general of the Zimbabwe Republic Police, the chief secretary in the President's office has announced via a statement. Read More »

Two Indian Actresses Rescued From Prostitution After Hyderabad Cops Bust Racket!

perth_map

After getting a tip-off, police conducted simultaneous raids at two five-star hotels like Taj Deccan and Taj Banjara in the upscale Banjara Hills in the early hours of Sunday. During the raid, the police also recovered Rs 55,000 in cash, 3 mobile phones and one auto from the possession of the two accused. S Ravinder, inspector at Panjgutta police station revealed that the police conducted the raid at Taj Deccan after getting a tip off that an organised sex racket was being conducted in one of ... Read More »

North Korea Must 'Earn Its Way Back To The Table' For Negotiations

perth_map

North Korea's United Nations ambassador, Ja Song Nam, did not mention the possibility of talks with the U.S.in his rare appearance before the Security Council on Friday. In November, the Joint Chiefs of Staff said a ground invasion would be necessary for the U.S.to eliminate all of North Korea's nuclear weapons, given the limited intelligence on where its military assets are. Read More »

What Tennesseans should know about the flu shot

perth_map

To address these low rates, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services partnered with Alana's Foundation for the fourth year in a row to host the College and University Flu Vaccination Challenge. New flu-associated hospitalizations continue to trend above the five-year average (see below). The other state reporting widespread influenza activity is MA. Read More »

Rams look playoff ready after thumping of Seahawks

perth_map

The Los Angeles Rams , on the other hand, are trending down. "This is the only game you've ever seen us play like this", Carroll said. But this game is at home. San Francisco), they're a longshot to grab the conference's No. 2 seed and a bye to the divisional round (the Eagles have already clinched a bye). Gurley was so deserving of the first star of the day, we had to give him a little extra credit and make him the second star of the afternoon as well for this Rams win. Read More »

NFL Week 15 Injury Tracker: Packers' Davante Adams Evaluated For Concussion

perth_map

The Packers announced Adams out after he was evaluated for a concussion. However, the Packers would not go down without a fight, as Rodgers found Richard Rodgers on a 24-yard touchdown pass, making it 31-24 with 2:43 to play. He had nine touches for 60 yards on Carolina's opening 15-play, 75-yard drive, including a 7-yard touchdown catch over the middle for an early 7-0 lead. Read More »

Larry Nassar to appeal federal sentence on child pornography convictions

perth_map

She earned $860,198 in 2015, making her the highest-paid executive of a public university in MI and 12th in the nation that year, according to the latest compensation report released this week by the Chronicle of Higher Education. "In 2015, in that blistered MSU's handling of 150 Title IX complaints it received between 2009 and 2014, the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights concluded that "(t) he university's failure to address complaints of sexual harassment, including sexual ... Read More »

Rudy Gobert reportedly to miss a month with sprained knee

perth_map

As he tried to get back to his feet, Gobert fell back to the floor and rolled to his back before clutching his left knee. He will undergo an MRI on Saturday to confirm the initial diagnosis, and the timetable on a possible return will be clearer after that test. Read More »

Cell Phones Leak Hazardous Electromagnetic Radiation, Warns CDPH

perth_map

Yet judges ruled that the public needs to see the guidelines since the data on cell phone use's risks is of significant public interest. Based on human epidemiological studies demonstrating increased risk of brain tumors, the World Health Organization has declared cell phone radiation a possible carcinogen . Read More »

Mattis Emphasizes 'Diplomatically-Led Effort' In Dealing With Iran

perth_map

The missile didn't hit the airport, but if it had, it potentially could have killed hundreds of innocent civilians. 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. Read More »

Bengaluru New Year event featuring Sunny Leone cancelled after protests

perth_map

Jayadev Prasad, the secretary of the group said, "We don't have any objections if she (Sunny) attends the programme with a saree as per Indian culture". The organisers are trying their best in making peace with the protestors. No permission has been given to the Bollywood actress Sunny Leone's event by the Karnataka government. Read More »

The Allergan PLC. (AGN) Raised to "Buy" at BidaskClub

Leerink Swann reissued an outperform rating and set a $237.00 target price on shares of Allergan in a research report on Monday, November 27th. Citigroup restated a "buy" rating and set a $280.00 price target on shares of Allergan in a research report on Wednesday, September 20th. Read More »

Overall teen drug use is down, but marijuana and vaping are up

perth_map

In 2017, 24 percent of 8th, 10th, and 12th graders combined used marijuana, according to Michigan's " Monitoring the Future " study. The decrease in teen cigarette smoking is "a remarkable public health story over the last 20 years". There's been no increase in teens using pot, even though marijuana legalization is spreading state-by-state across the nation. In that survey, conducted between 2015 and 2016, people aged 12 and older shared details about drug use, including marijuana, in the ... Read More »

"Man Flu" is Apparently Real According to one Researcher

perth_map

The study was performed by a small team of Canadian scientists led by Dr. Kyle Sue , a clinical assistant professor at Memorial University of Newfoundland. When sifting through evidence accumulated through previous studies (some solidly scientific, others noticeably less so), he found that adult men appear to have higher rates of flu-related deaths compared to women. Read More »

Conservation Corner: Christmas bird count offers alternative holiday activity

perth_map

They would choose sides and go afield with their guns-whoever brought in the biggest pile of feathered and furred quarry won. That tradition has become, historically, the largest of ongoing citizen scientist projects. Participants may also count birds at their home feeders by pre-registering and requesting a tally sheet. Another avid birder, Matthew Mecklenburg, a land steward with the Nature Conservancy in Glyndon, wanted to grow the birding options in the Pelican Rapids area, so he ... Read More »

Baby girl survives being born with heart outside chest

perth_map

This same year, on November 22, the mother underwent Cesarean section, and the baby was immediately put in sterile plastic to protect her heart. "There were so many difficulties - she might have other body organ problems". The family is now at home, resting and waiting for Vanellope to get better. The couple shared that first 10 minutes of Vanellope's birth were crucial as they would determine her ability to breathe. Read More »

Health risks due to e-waste widespread

perth_map

Around 44.7m metric tonnes of e-waste, classified as discarded products with a plug or battery, was generated in 2016 - an 8 per cent rise on 2014's 3.3 metric tonnes, a United Nations report has found. Small, large and temperature exchange equipment - such as refrigerators - contribute to 75% of global e-waste by weight and the report anticipates that these will be the areas of fastest growth. Read More »

MIT scientists create plants that can glow

perth_map

Glowing plants might sound like the stuff of science fiction - but a team of MIT researchers just grew a crop of watercress that emits emit dim light for nearly four hours. As the luciferin is released from its particles, it too enters the cells and reacts with the luciferase, creating the glowing effect. Postdoctoral researcher Seon-Yeong Kwak led a team of engineers and scientists to instill the plants with the same enzyme that makes fireflies sparkle. Read More »

Miracle baby born with heart outside body due to extremely rare condition

perth_map

Her parents, Naomi Findlay and Dean Wilkins, discovered the news at a nine-week scan. Dr Bu'Lock said: 'We came together as a team of fetal medicine doctors, obstetricians, anaesthetists, cardiac and abdominal surgeons and cardiologists to review all of the available information and discuss how best to plan for a delivery, surgery and subsequent care. Read More »

Flu Is Now 'Prevalent' In New York

perth_map

Fifteen people died from the flu a year ago, compared to the six deaths in the previous season. "It works more effectively in younger people than in older people, but none the less even if it's only partially effective it's important because even if you get the flu despite getting the vaccine your illness is much more likely to be milder, you are less likely to get the complications", the doctor added. Read More »