Health Care

Tulane celebrates Wear Red Day with heart health seminar

Volunteers knitted the red hats themselves and have delivered them to metropolitan hospitals for the babies to wear. 64% of women who die suddenly of coronary heart disease have no previous symptoms. One hundred percent of the red dress pin sales goes towards Go Red For Women. "Not everyone is aware these issues are the main risk factors for cardiovascular disease, and these risks can be controlled or eliminated with lifestyle changes." she said. Read More

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United Kingdom ends 2016 with better than expected economic growth

United Kingdom ends 2016 with better than expected economic growth

But PwC estimates suggest that the Northern Ireland economy may have grown by around 1.4 per cent in 2016, down from 1.6 per cent in 2015 and the lowest growth amongst the 12 United Kingdom regions. That would be accomplished by lower taxes, including cutting the corporate rate, eliminating "job-killing regulations" and striking new trade deals that lead to more manufacturing jobs in the USA, the White House said. Read More

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Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger Uncertain About Football Future

Earlier this season, Roethlisberger said he hopes his kids want to pick up golf, as he considered risks of the sport of football. "I'm going to take this offseason to evaluate, to consider all options , to consider health and family and things like that and just kind of take some time away to evaluate next season, if there's going to be a next season, all those things", Roethlisberger said . Read More

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Man Robs Bank To Get Away From His Wife

Man Robs Bank To Get Away From His Wife

He said he wrote the robbery note in front of his wife. Lawrence John Ripple pleaded guilty to robbing the bank in court on Monday, according to the Kansas City Star . He then proceeded to sit down in the lobby of the bank. Ripple was charged in September and was released on bond. After the frightened cashier handed Ripple almost £2,400, he then calmly sat down in the lobby of the building and waited for authorities to arrive. Read More

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Fresno Health Officials say ERs Filled with Flu-Sickened Patients

The arrival of flu season each year in our region. Berks County's neighbors haven't had as many positive flu reports for the virus. The department says the spread of the flu is low, but activity is increasing. To date this season, there have been 270 hospitalised flu cases, with 15 cases admitted to Intensive Care Units (ICUs). This year's dominant strain was said to be more powerful than last year's mild H1N1 strain. Read More

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Wayne Westner Cause of Death: How Did the Golfer Die?

Wayne Westner Cause of Death: How Did the Golfer Die?

Unconfirmed reports emerged this morning that the hostage situation involved his wife at their home in the KwaZulu-Natal province on South Africa's east coast, just south of Durban. He won twice on the European tour. Westner was born in Johannesburg and began playing golf in 1971. "Great memories thank you my friend". The South Coast Herald first reported Westner's death, which was confirmed by local police. Read More

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Woolworths to develop new 'Metro at BP' stores

Over time, the partnership would also aim to increase convenience for Woolworths customers by improving the offerings from BP stores (many of which would offer the fuel discount) while it is also proposed that BP will become a cornerstone partner in the Woolworths Rewards program, which features Qantas Frequent Flyer points. Read More

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Prisoners burrow out of jail by removing loo

Prisoners burrow out of jail by removing loo

The fifth man, named John Shehee, chose to turn himself in to the police. An investigation is still ongoing for finding the other escaped inmates . "Deterioration of the facility and it's a never-ending task to try to keep this place and this facility operational". Authorities are continuing to investigate because an inmate still in the cell propped the toilet structure back up to make it look like nothing happened. Read More

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Thursday forecast: sunny, high 58

Thursday forecast: sunny, high 58

Saturday Night: A 20 percent chance of showers. Otherwise, mostly cloudy, with a low around 15. Southwest wind 3 to 6 miles per hour. "We predict a slight chance of rain", Kaplan said. East southeast wind 5 to 10 miles per hour. Saturday: A chance of rain and snow showers before 10 a.m., then a chance of rain showers. Winds are from the west at 14 miles per hour, and the pressure is 30.08 in (1018.3 mb) and steady. Read More

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13 hurt in NYC high-rise fire

13 hurt in NYC high-rise fire

Firefighters carried her out of the building. He said that he had been cooking and did not notice that a fire had broken out because "no fire alarms went off". One of Santoro's friends ran out into the hallway, "and saw the smoke". Firefighters are working to evacuate residents. Leonard warned others that if your apartment is on fire, leave the apartment and make sure to close the door, then call 911. Read More

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Swiss competition watchdog fines major banks over rate cartels

The Swiss competition authority Comco has entered into settlements with several big banks over cartels that distorted the trading of financial derivatives based on common interest rate benchmarks. Both the banks tried to change the interest rate derivatives' pricing which was in Swiss francs. Meanwhile, UBS received immunity for flagging the spread cartel to the watchdog and RBS received immunity from a fine for its Swiss Franc-Libor activities with JP Morgan for the same reason. Read More

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Sushma Swaraj discharged from hospital after successful kidney transplant surgery

Sushma Swaraj discharged from hospital after successful kidney transplant surgery

While she was admitted, she continued to respond to queries on Twitter and promised to help people in distress. As Swaraj has been showing steady recovery, doctors chose to discharge her from the hospital. 64-year-old Swaraj has been advised to restrict visitors for next three months at home and office to minimise the chances of infection. Soon after discharge, Swaraj, in a series of tweets, stated, "I am back from AIIMS after surgery". Read More

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Protesters Plan Anti-Trump Demonstration in Maine Amid Electoral College Vote

Protesters Plan Anti-Trump Demonstration in Maine Amid Electoral College Vote

President this afternoon in Augusta. Bright explained that he is casting his vote for Sanders to send a message to his multitude of young supporters in the state. John Kasich. "But as the Electoral College meets all across this nation on this day, I see no likelihood of 38 Republican electors defecting from their party and casting their ballots for Secretary Clinton ". Read More

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Actelion says it continues deal talks as J&J drops out

Likewise, Sanofi could walk away if it also thinks that the price is too high, especially now that it doesn't have competition. Sanofi declined to comment on the WSJ report . Last January, J&J said it had more than $18 billion of cash to spend on potential deals. "With its rare disease leadership in PAH (Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension), long product lives of key products Opsumit and Uptravi, and revenue growth outlook, we continue to believe that Actelion could be strategically ... Read More

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Chapecoense fined and penalized two points by Brazilian FA

While the gesture was praised by all and sundry, the Brazilian FA has strangely chose to fine Chape and Mineiro for forfeiting their final league game. 19 victims of the crash were members of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense and others were part of the staff or journalists, says Mediafax. On a leaked tape, pilot Miguel Quiroga can be heard reporting a "total electric failure" and "lack of fuel" just before the crash. Read More

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Surgeon General sounding alarm on teens' use of e-cigarettes

While the numbers in the report are new, the science is not, Dreyer said, underscoring the report's findings about brain development. When the rule was finalized two years later, Blumenthal and U.S. "First, there is no question that traditional tobacco use is exceedingly harmful to human health". "The immediate health dangers and the consequences of long-term use are not known at this time". Read More

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Martin Shkreli's Drug Created For $20 By Group Of Australian Students

Martin Shkreli's Drug Created For $20 By Group Of Australian Students

Shkreli became an object of worldwide scrutiny when he increased the price of the drug from $13.50 a pill to $750 overnight. Daraprim is an anti-parasitic drug used by malaria and Aids patients. "The enthusiasm of the students and their teachers Malcolm Binns and Erin Sheridan was translated into a complete route in the public domain by the use of the Open Source Malaria platform", Williamson said. Read More

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Bigg Boss 10: Want to know what will happen tonight?

Bigg Boss 10: Want to know what will happen tonight?

Feeling the pinch of Manu's absence, Mona and Manveer have frequent breakdowns. Mona adds that she always wanted to break their alliance and has finally managed to do it. Manu further says that Gaurav's supporters planned and came to sabotage Manveer's efforts during the captaincy task. In fact, we would also see Mona blaming Priyanka for Manu's exit. Read More

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