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Medicine MSU's Simon passes on elevate as Nassar controversy brews
Author: 0 MSU's Simon passes on elevate as Nassar controversy brews

Simon addressed the women who have spoken out about Nassar during Friday's meeting and said she and the board of trustees have made changes in the way sexual assault allegations are reported and handled in attempts to improve. "I do not believe that whatsoever". "Today's apology is not enough, and comes too late", she said. A total of 125 women came forward to the MSU Police Department to report crimnal behavior, and more than that are now involved in civil suits against Nassar, the ...

Medicine Jazz center Rudy Gobert has PCL sprain, out 3-4 weeks
Author: 0 Jazz center Rudy Gobert has PCL sprain, out 3-4 weeks

The 2017 All-NBA Second Team center is now averaging 11.6 points, 9.6 rebounds and 2.3 blocks per game in his fifth NBA season. The good news for Jazz fans is that the team didn't completely fall off when he missed 11 games earlier this year.

Medicine Not A Good Time To Be Sunny Leone
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The 36-year-old is now gearing up to host the Indian version of Man Vs Wild where the actress would add her own style and humour to the show while exploring her adventurous side. Sunny doesn't have a good past. Interestingly, this is not the first time Sunny Leone would be visiting Bengaluru for an event. "We shouldn't encourage such events that are a threat to our culture", he added.

Medicine GST Council nod for mandatory e-Way Bill for inter-State movement
Author: 0 GST Council nod for mandatory e-Way Bill for inter-State movement

A waybill is a physical document that allows movement of goods. Meanwhile, the GST Council made a decision to advance compliance with the e-way bill from April 1 to February 1 and trials will begin from January 15, said media reports. The move to implement e-way bill, however, may see some resistance from industry which has opposed it earlier also citing the enhanced risk of harassment at the hands of tax officials at checkposts at state borders.

Medicine Salvadoran Judges Reject Appeal in 'Abortion' Case
Author: 0 Salvadoran Judges Reject Appeal in 'Abortion' Case

In a visit earlier this year, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights urged the Salvadoran government to stop enforcing Article 133 of the Penal Code, which prohibits abortion in all cases. Although abortion is completely banned in six other countries - Nicaragua, Honduras, Haiti, Suriname, Andorra and Malta - El Salvador is particularly strict in its enforcement of the law.

Medicine These Are the 7 Words the CDC Can't Use
Author: 0 These Are the 7 Words the CDC Can't Use

In an astounding move, officials at the CDC were told in a Thursday meeting they were not to use certain words, a policy analyst told The Washington Post . Other CDC officials confirmed the existence of a list of forbidden words. The newspaper added the words will be prohibited from inclusion in any official CDC documents being prepared for the 2019 budget.

Medicine Toronto billionaire and his wife found dead in their mansion
Author: 0 Toronto billionaire and his wife found dead in their mansion

Homicide investigators have joined the case, although Sherman and his wife's death has not been officially ruled as one. "Once a determination has been made by the pathologist and the coroner, then we move forward from there". It is reported the bodies of Barry and Honey Sherman were discovered in their basement in Toronto on Thursday. The company has more than 10,000 people in research, development, manufacturing and distribution facilities world-wide, with more than 6,000 employees at its ...

Medicine Daily cup of tea can save your eyes from glaucoma
Author: 0 Daily cup of tea can save your eyes from glaucoma

Studies have shown that people who drink too much coffee have a high risk of glaucoma , which makes experts believe that caffeine temporarily increases intraocular pressure. "Further research is needed to establish the importance of these findings". Still, the study authors note in their paper that "t$3 ea contains phytochemicals and flavonoids [types of active chemical compounds found in plants], which have been observed to have anti-inflammatory, anticarcinogenic, antioxidant , and ...

Medicine Bigg Boss 11 14th December 2017 - Day 74 Heena Khan Breakdown
Author: 0 Bigg Boss 11 14th December 2017 - Day 74 Heena Khan Breakdown

Vikas lashes out at Priyank and Luv after finding out what they have said behind his back in the CP Plus task. After this, the winning team was asked to give two contestants' names who would compete for captaincy. Arshi is adamant on being the captain again. He talks to her about Vikas and said that if he is able to shout at Vikas, it's his generosity. Shilpa and Arshi will get into multiple arguments with each other and seem to be having a hard time on meeting a common ground for the same.

Medicine Man flu: Urban myth or scientific reality?
Author: 0 Man flu: Urban myth or scientific reality?

Lead researcher Dr Kyle Sue from the Memorial University of Newfoundland found fellas have weaker immune systems when it comes to dealing with chest, cold and flu bugs. For many acute respiratory diseases, males are also more susceptible to complications and exhibit a higher mortality. And, a study quoted by Dr. Sue showed that men with higher testosterone levels had a lower immune response to influenza vaccines, which indicates that testosterone may have an immunosuppressive role.

Medicine Increasing e-waste poses huge environmental risk, causes economic losses
Author: 0 Increasing e-waste poses huge environmental risk, causes economic losses

Last year, the world produced 44.7 million tonnes of e-waste or 6.1 kg per person, which is four times more than the e-waste produced by each Indian. Experts foresee a further 17% increase - to 52.2 million metric tonnes of e-waste by 2021, according to the Global E-Waste Monitor 2017 - a new assessment report on global electronic waste (e-waste), policies and statistics.

Medicine Baby's heart placed back inside her chest in rare surgeries
Author: 0 Baby's heart placed back inside her chest in rare surgeries

Dr. Frances Bu'Lock, consultant in pediatric cardiology at Glenfield Hospital said, "I deal with babies with heart problems all the time , some of them very complicated". Less than five percent of babies born with the most common type of ectopia cordis survive for more than a month. Of those eight, 90 per cent are either stillborn or die within the first three days of life.

Medicine Want to help count birds?
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Christmas Bird Counts are a staple of my column when this time of year rolls around because they appeal to such a large audience. This will be the 37th Orillia count and I have participated every year. "We might get lucky and find peregrines at the Blue Water Bridge or at the old railroad bridge", she said. Continuing mild temperatures bode well for these birds surviving through the count period.

Medicine Surgeon marked initials on patients' livers
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After Bramhall's pleas were entered, prosecutor Tony Badenoch QC said the Crown accepted the medic's not guilty pleas in a case which was " without legal precedent in criminal law ". Scriven said. "I wouldn't have cared if he did it to me. It was done in the presence of colleagues", he added. "It was an intentional application of unlawful force to a patient whilst anesthetized", Mr.

Medicine Wine glasses have been getting bigger over the last two decades
Author: 0 Wine glasses have been getting bigger over the last two decades

Until the second half of the 20th century, beer and spirits were the most common types of alcohol consumed, with wine usually only consumed by the upper classes. That's according to a study by researchers at the University of Cambridge , who found that wine glasses are seven times larger now than they were 300 years ago.

Medicine Glowing plants: Are you ready to switch on the bedside shrub?
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Imagine a highway lined with trees that glow as opposed to street lamps, or using the plant on your nightstand as a reading light. It's a wonderful thought, that the drab lamp on your desk could be replaced by a pretty glowing plant . Those nanoparticles were then added to a solution the plant was submerged in and then exposed to high pressure which forces the nanoparticles into the leaves through the tiny stomata pores.

Medicine Health Officials Say It's Not Too Late For Flu Shots
Author: 0 Health Officials Say It's Not Too Late For Flu Shots

There have been 612 flu-related hospitalizations reported and no pediatric deaths. "This year in Australia, it looks like it's about 10 percent". Regardless, he says if you haven't been vaccinated run don't walk to your doctor or pharmacy.

Medicine Egyptian Female singer sentenced to 2 years in prison for inciting 'debauchery'
Author: 0 Egyptian Female singer sentenced to 2 years in prison for inciting 'debauchery'

Shyma was arrested on November 18, police said, following complaints about the video for her song " I Have Issues ". The videos director was also sentenced to two years behind bars. "I didn't imagine all this would happen and that I would be subjected to such a strong attack from everyone, as a young singer ... who has dreamt from a young age of being a singer", Shyma wrote.

Medicine Last call: Obamacare open enrollment ends Friday
Author: 0 Last call: Obamacare open enrollment ends Friday

McDonald said the Arkansas Health Insurance Marketplace has been effective at advertising despite those cuts. Numbers from the federal government show that so far more than 8,500 state residents have signed up for Affordable Care Act coverage next year.

Medicine Mohali ODI: Resurgent India off to steady start against Sri Lanka
Author: 0 Mohali ODI: Resurgent India off to steady start against Sri Lanka

In such a scenario, Rohit Sharma's men will need to pull up their socks and learn from the mistakes of the first match, where the top order fell like ninepins. In reply, Sri Lanka completed the formalities to trounce India by 7 wickets with 186 balls to spare, their biggest win in terms of balls left against India in their own den.

Medicine Theresa May pledges £140m to tackle climate change
Author: 0 Theresa May pledges £140m to tackle climate change

It followed a meeting of governments in Bonn, Germany, last month under the auspices of the United Nations, aimed at fleshing out the technicalities of the Paris agreement . He will urge wealthy nations to increase climate financing and urge investors to turn their backs on polluters in a bid to accelerate efforts to combat global warming.

Medicine CT among healthiest states in nation
Author: 0 CT among healthiest states in nation

Here's a map, with the healthiest states in light blue and the least healthy in dark blue. That is the largest improvement for any state since 2012 but is still 2.5 percent higher than the national average of 17.1 percent. The report, pulled together through the United Health Foundation and the American Public Health Association , previously had MA at No. 2, behind Hawaii.

Medicine Apple confirms that it has acquired Shazam
Author: 0 Apple confirms that it has acquired Shazam

Also, it is unclear whether Shazam will continue to be single app after the acquisition or whether it will get absorbed by the Apple Music., Snap Inc. Shazam helps you in getting the data of a music line which is being played near you. Interestingly, this is the first major acquisition after the Cupertino-based giant bought Beats in 2014 for almost $3 billion.

Medicine Man flu is real
Author: 0 Man flu is real

He notes a wide range of studies across mammal species that indicate males have weaker immune responses than females. In an interview, Sue said he gets why women might complain when men don't look as sick as they say they feel. And although it may seem counter-intuitive, there may actually be an evolutionary benefit to having a less robust immune system, Sue explained, as it has enabled men to invest more energy in other biological processes such as growth and reproduction.