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Medicine So this is a real thing: Teens are snorting condoms
Author: 0 So this is a real thing: Teens are snorting condoms

This isn't exactly new, but like many other questionable trends among the youth , is something that saw a resurgence from something bored teenagers have been doing through the years, Newsweek reports . In the viral videos, social media users put an unwrapped condom in one of their nostrils and inhale, until the condom comes back out of their mouths.

Medicine Special events by QA to mark Autism Awareness Month
Author: 0 Special events by QA to mark Autism Awareness Month

The onset of autism's first symptoms varies from one child to another, says Autism Speaks. Though the trend has since subsided, there are still significant numbers of people who continue to believe that vaccines may cause autism. With early intervention, some of these characteristics may be lessened. Last year, iconic sites like the Niagara Falls, the pyramids of Giza, Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Terminus and Delhi's Qutab Minar went blue.

Medicine Commonwealth Games 2018: Complete List Of Indian Participants
Author: 0 Commonwealth Games 2018: Complete List Of Indian Participants

Grevemberg said the syringes were still being analysed but that one team, believed to be India , had been summoned over a breach of the Games' "no-needle" policy. "The atmosphere is relaxed and you meet so many different athletes, from different sports". However, an Indian official claimed that it was they who handed the syringes to the CGF medical commission.

Medicine Guardiola focused on Liverpool tie
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But defender Aymeric Laporte believes winning the title by beating United would be a rare opportunity. Manager Pep Guardiola had failed to record a victory against Everton in three matches before this visit to Goodison Park, but this result was never in doubt from the moment Leroy Sane volleyed home David Silva's cross after four minutes.

Medicine Clouds cast shadow on Easter sunrise services at Concord farm
Author: 0 Clouds cast shadow on Easter sunrise services at Concord farm

People from the Hermosa United Church of Christ hosted this years Easter tradition. Watson Level Missionary Baptist Church , 2900 Toshes Road, Chatham, will hold their early Easter Service on Sunday at 10 a.m. on the Beaufort waterfront, followed by breakfast in the fellowship hall. Despite the rainy start to the day, those who attended said the gloomy weather did not interfere with the reason the service has become such a special part of the community.

Medicine Group criticises Yemen rebel missile attacks on Saudi Arabia
Author: 0 Group criticises Yemen rebel missile attacks on Saudi Arabia

The Saudi air defense forces have intercepted a missile fired at Saudi Arabia's southern city of Najran by Houthi fighters on Saturday, according to Al Arabiya television. Human Rights Watch said in a report on Monday that Saudi Arabia can not use the airstrikes by the Houthi rebels as a justification for its blockade of Yemen.

Medicine VI fuel rolled out in Delhi ahead of April 2020 nationwide deadline
Author: 0 VI fuel rolled out in Delhi ahead of April 2020 nationwide deadline

State-owned oil firms will begin supplying the BS-VI petrol and diesel at all their 391 petrol pumps in the national capital territory (NCT) from tomorrow, said Indian Oil Corp (IOC) Director (Refineries) B V Rama Gopal. BS-IV diesel has 50 ppm (parts per million) sulphur, while BS-VI will have 10 ppm. It is at par with regular 91 octane gasoline (petrol) required for BS-VI emission norms.

Medicine Petrol prices hit 4-year high; diesel touches all-time high
Author: 0 Petrol prices hit 4-year high; diesel touches all-time high

Petrol and diesel prices are market determined in India for years. Consumers feel the pinch of every cent by which crude rise or fall due to the daily price revision introduced since June previous year, unlike in the past when a spike in crude prices for a day or two would not matter much due to the fortnightly revision.

Medicine Tibetan leader in exile calls for Dalai Lama's return to region
Author: 0 Tibetan leader in exile calls for Dalai Lama's return to region

The Dalai Lama while addressing the gathering in Dharamshala said that when he came to India he though the two countries had the relationship of guru and shishya and that spirit continues till today. "I feel blessed once again as His Holiness touched me and bumped his head with my head", Das told reporters after he was honoured by the leader at an event in Dharamsala to mark the 60th anniversary of the Dalai Lama's arrival in India.

Medicine United Nations to convene emergency meeting over Gaza
Author: 0 United Nations to convene emergency meeting over Gaza

Fifteen people were killed by Israeli fire as thousands of Palestinian protesters marched to Gaza's border. Hamas , the militant group that dominates the Gaza Strip, has accused Israel of trying to intimidate Palestinians by killing the farmer and by urging them not to participate in the protests .

Medicine Severe bleeding leads to death after person takes K2
Author: 0 Severe bleeding leads to death after person takes K2

Cases of poisoning from synthetic pot have spiked in IL, and authorities are trying to get a handle on why that is. Lancaster County District Attorney Craig Stedman said that spice - which has a chemical similar to THC, the compound in pot that gives a "high" feeling - can make people violent.

Medicine Delhi airport glitch wrecks travel plans
Author: 0 Delhi airport glitch wrecks travel plans

As per Dangerous Goods Regulations and Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) requirements, prohibited items such as power banks, lighters, e-cigarettes and dried coconut shells are not allowed in check-in baggage at any Indian airport to avoid any incident of fire.

Medicine Autopsy Disputes Police Account of Fatal Sacramento Shooting
Author: 0 Autopsy Disputes Police Account of Fatal Sacramento Shooting

The autopsy concluded that Clark's death was not instantaneous, taking an estimated three to 10 minutes, raising questions about why Clark was not given more immediate medical care after the shooting. Harris said. An investigation is being conducted into the shooting. Omalu announced the results of his autopsy as the public outcry over Clark's death - which prompted several days of demonstrations at Sacramento City Hall and outside National Basketball Association games - continues to ...

Medicine Lindberg grabs lead at Mission Hills
Author: 0 Lindberg grabs lead at Mission Hills

I don't know. It just came about today. Starting on No. 10, she birdied five holes, including the 182-yard, par-3 No. 5, which got her within a stroke of the lead. "A couple of weird shots there, especially on 17", she said. The victor last month in Thailand in her return from reconstructive jaw surgery, Korda reached the par-5 ninth with a driver from the right first cut.

Medicine Severe bleeding caused by fake pot triggers health alert in IL
Author: 0 Severe bleeding caused by fake pot triggers health alert in IL

The substance is supposed to give users a similar high as the real drug but sometimes is way more powerful. Although numerous people affected by the outbreak have reported acquiring the drugs in the Chicago area, the IDPH said synthetic cannabinoids could also be in other counties across the state.

Medicine SC collegium clears judges for 2 HCs after interviews
Author: 0 SC collegium clears judges for 2 HCs after interviews

Efforts to get a response on the letter from the office of Chief Justice Dipak Misra did not fructify, while several legal luminaries, when contacted, chose not to comment on the matter. The senior judge, known for his incisive and sarcastic remarks, cites Lord Bingham's observation in his book The Rule of Law that "there are countries in the world where all judicial decisions find favour with the powers that be, but they are probably not places where any of us would wish to live".

Medicine 3 missing after 'Hart tribe' family's mysterious crash off cliff
Author: 0 3 missing after 'Hart tribe' family's mysterious crash off cliff

But they also said there were no skid marks or signs the driver braked as the GMC Yukon crossed a flat dirt pull-off area about 23 metres wide and went over the edge of the Pacific Coast Highway. on Thursday, March 29, 2018 for any signs of the three children who remain missing after a mysterious wreck now under investigation. And the coroner is investigating the cause of death of the five recovered family members.

Medicine Coffee Causes Cancer… At Least According to California
Author: 0 Coffee Causes Cancer… At Least According to California

The lawsuit alleged that the coffee companies were violating the Prop 65 rule by not disclosing the presence of the chemical acrylamide , found in high levels in coffee. In the second phase of the trial, defendants failed to prove there was an acceptable "alternative" risk level for the carcinogen, court documents showed.

Medicine We'll keep talking about corruption under Jonathan - Osinbajo, Tinubu
Author: 0 We'll keep talking about corruption under Jonathan - Osinbajo, Tinubu

The reason why we must talk about it is that, we must let our people know that we can not afford to go this way again. It came with challenges. As Christians in Nigeria prepare to celebrate Easter, President Muhammadu Buhari has called on them to counter hate speech, corruption, and terrorism by showing love and working for peace and social justice.

Medicine The Knuckle-Cracking Debate Gets Twisty
Author: 0 The Knuckle-Cracking Debate Gets Twisty

Boutin, M.D., professor of radiology at University of California, Davis (UC Davis) Health System. "The cavity in between the two knuckles is filled with a fluid that is called the synovial fluid , and when you suddenly change the pressure in that fluid as a result of increasing the spacing between the knuckles, some of the gases in that fluid can nucleate into a bubble", said Prof Abdul Barakat of the Ecole Polytechnique's hydrodynamics laboratory, a coauthor of the new study .

Medicine Co-founder of Postcard News arrested by CCB sleuths
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The Bengaluru Crime Branch has arrested Mahesh Vikram Hegde , founder of Postcard News , for spreading fake news which said that a group of Muslims attacked a Jain monk, according to media reports. Hegde was arrested following a complaint by Gafar Baig, a 48-year-old resident of Whitefield, while the police are also on the lookout for the portal's two news managers - Gaurav Pradhan and Deepak Shetty - who were also named in the complaint.

Medicine Ronda Rousey Has Interesting Interview With ESPN Ahead of 'WrestleMania' Debut
Author: 0 Ronda Rousey Has Interesting Interview With ESPN Ahead of 'WrestleMania' Debut

After bringing women to the UFC , thrusting herself into the mainstream and absorbing the spotlight, she fell nearly completely silent when she lost. And whenever that day comes, she's out. He wanted to know when she knew - in her head, anyway - when she was done with the sport. Sure, it was a weirdly worded question, but Rousey went from calm and amicable to confused and slightly pissed off way too quickly considering it wasn't that hard to understand what Mike Golic was asking.

Medicine Why Drug Overdoses Are on the Rise and Getting Worse in America
Author: 0 Why Drug Overdoses Are on the Rise and Getting Worse in America

Drug overdoses killed 63,632 Americans in 2016. Drug overdoses rose in every corner of the nation in 2016, according to the analysis, indiscriminately afflicting people of almost all ages, genders, races and ethnicities, and locales. Researchers say the increasing rate in deaths is due to the rise in popularity of synthetic opioids like fentanyl. Of the 63,632 lethal overdoses that year, almost two in three involved opioids, prescription or otherwise.

Medicine SSC exam fraud: UP STF, Delhi Police arrest 4 hackers
Author: 0 SSC exam fraud: UP STF, Delhi Police arrest 4 hackers

The police also added that around Rs 50 lakh, a laptop and 10 cell phones were seized from the arrested men through a joint operation held by the Delhi police and the Uttar Pradesh police. Delhi Police and UP Special Task Force arrested the accused. "This gang is suspected to have links with other computer labs that made cheating possible on a large scale", said an investigator.

Author: 0 Jonny Bairstow saves England's day after Tim Southee 5

Boult and Southee, who were central to England's innings defeat in the first Test, came back after lunch to take three wickets for one run in a nine-ball burst as England slumped to 94 for five. But the tailenders proved more resilient than expected as Bairstow reached his 18th test half century from 93 balls and Wood followed him from 54 balls with seven fours and a six.