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Medicine Federal officials to announce extension of red snapper season
Author: 0 Federal officials to announce extension of red snapper season

It could take effect as early as this weekend and would include July 3 and 4. "Many thanks are due to the president, Secretary (of Commerce Wilbur) Ross, Congressman Bradley Byrne, Alabama's congressional delegation and the local Gulf Coast government entities for their fight to increase the length of the red snapper season", Ivey said.

Medicine Police launch criminal probe into Grenfell Tower fire
Author: 0 Police launch criminal probe into Grenfell Tower fire

Barwell had told lawmakers that the government meant to review fire safety standards following a deadly blaze at the Lakanal House high-rise building in south London in 2009, in which three women and three children died. Meanwhile, the police have said that some of the dead, from the devastating blaze may never be identified, as officers warned that the painful process of retrieving the victims could take months.

Medicine Norfolk Area Unemployment Rate Unchanged as State Sets New Record
Author: 0 Norfolk Area Unemployment Rate Unchanged as State Sets New Record

According to the EDD, total nonfarm employment increased in Los Angeles County by 20,300 jobs between April and May to reach almost 4.5 million. In May a year ago, the state's unemployment rate was 4.3 percent. It now has the sixth lowest jobless rate of the 12 U.S. Census-designated Midwestern states, trailing only North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Iowa and Wisconsin.

Medicine Trump labeling House health care bill 'mean' frustrates GOP
Author: 0 Trump labeling House health care bill 'mean' frustrates GOP

But the comment belies the celebratory Rose Garden ceremony Trump hosted earlier this year when the House passed the bill and the President championed it as "incredibly well crafted" and "terrific". and get a bill that is more workable for the American people", Thune added. They have faced similar internal disagreements between the party's conservatives and moderates like their House colleagues.

Medicine Good Fats as Helpful as Statins Against Heart Disease, Group Says
Author: 0 Good Fats as Helpful as Statins Against Heart Disease, Group Says

Only a handful of studies in the AHA report deal with coconut oil specifically. A full 82% of coconut oil's fats are the saturated variety, which is linked to heart disease and stroke, the BBC notes. Butter is 63 percent, beef fat is 50 percent and palm oil is 49 percent. That's 19 percent more saturated fats than butter and 32 percent more than pork lard.

Medicine Clean air campaign for Barnet launches with £400k investment
Author: 0 Clean air campaign for Barnet launches with £400k investment

The main health effects that are known to arise from poor air quality are heart disease and poor lung function. The figures have been brought to light after FOE carried out analysis of the Government's new air pollution modelling. Friends of the Earth Scotland are urging all levels of Government to tackle air pollution by adopting better transport policies. Half of the 28% are ditching the auto for walking, cycling or public transport, and the rest are ensuring vehicles are well ...

Medicine Play ball! GOP, Dems to battle as 1 _ Team Scalise
Author: 0 Play ball! GOP, Dems to battle as 1 _ Team Scalise

President Trump paid a visit to Scalise Wednesday night, meeting with his family and sitting by the congressman's bedside. Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., aptly reflected that in his comments to the House afterward, urging his colleagues to remember the image of congressional Democrats praying for the wounded Republican and declaring, "An attack on one of us is an attack on all of us".

Medicine What We Know About The Suspect In GOP Baseball Practice Shooting
Author: 0 What We Know About The Suspect In GOP Baseball Practice Shooting

Sue Hodgkinson spoke to reporters Thursday outside her IL home. Members of a YMCA near the shooting site say Hodgkinson spent time there. Hodgkinson rarely joined in the political discussions often set off by the television in the room and never showed any signs that he was troubled, Euille said.

Medicine Congressman's condition 'more difficult' than first thought
Author: 0 Congressman's condition 'more difficult' than first thought

Family members of Matt Mika say the MI native was shot multiple times in his chest and arm, and he remains in the intensive care unit in critical condition at George Washington University Hospital. He underwent immediate surgery, and an additional procedure to stop bleeding. "I felt a sharp burning pain in my leg, looked down - I had been hit". "It's been much more hard than people even thought at the time", President Trump, 71, said on Thursday.

Medicine Adolescents' e-cigarette use drops for first time in years
Author: 0 Adolescents' e-cigarette use drops for first time in years

The health consequences associated with tobacco products - and most recently e-cigarettes - remain clear. The overall use of tobacco products by young people in the United States declined in 2016 by the largest amount in six years, led by a drop in e-cigarette use.

Medicine Eating fried potatoes linked to higher risk of death, study finds
Author: 0 Eating fried potatoes linked to higher risk of death, study finds

Even though most of us may have assumed that fried potatoes could be unhealthy for us, there is "very limited" scientific data on this issue, Veronese explained in an email. Thankfully, National Potato Council CEO John Keeling stood up for potato-lovers everywhere. The National Potato Council maintains that potatoes, regardless of how they're prepared, are a healthy vegetable, rich in vitamin C and potassium and low in calories.

Author: 0 Mass food poisoning, 2 die at Mosul camp for displaced

Saudi media accused a Qatari charity of supplying tainted food to the residents of the desert camp. Ms Hamoud said a woman and a girl died while at least 300 people remain in critical condition. Most of those afflicted were suffering from stomach cramps and dehydration, resulting from vomiting and diarrhea. Iraqi lawmaker Raad al-Dahlaki, who chairs the parliament's immigration and displacement committee and who visited the camp overnight, put the number of sickened people at 850.

Medicine Srinagar attack: Policeman killed in terror strike in Jammu and Kashmir
Author: 0 Srinagar attack: Policeman killed in terror strike in Jammu and Kashmir

The constable received multiple bullet injuries. A series of attacks were carried out by militants in Tral, Anantnag, Pulwama, Padgampora and Sopore in Kashmir. A policeman succumbed to his injuries after terrorists attacked a police patrol party in Srinagar's Hyderpora yesterday. Police cordoned off the area after the attack.

Medicine Karnataka: BJP, JD(S) join hands to defeat Congress motion
Author: 0 Karnataka: BJP, JD(S) join hands to defeat Congress motion

Stating that KPCC President G Parameshwara had offered his party the chairman's post this morning ahead of the trust vote, he said the Congress was indulging in "political opportunism". Rejecting any barbs of conducting "opportunistic politics", he said that the it was the Congress party which was following such practices. Ruling Congress today suffered a major setback in the Karnataka Legislative Council as a no-confidence motion it moved against the House Chairman was defeated by a ...

Medicine Sun-free tanning could keep skin safe from cancer
Author: 0 Sun-free tanning could keep skin safe from cancer

David Fisher , in a BBC News report. The drug , called SIK-inhibitor, does this by tricking the skin into producing the dark form of the pigment melanin . Dr Fisher says everyone should "absolutely" still use SPF cream, but says its weakness was it "keeps you pale". The pill is still a ways off, though, as it has only been tested in the lab.

Medicine Library kicks off summer activities
Author: 0 Library kicks off summer activities

Vance County Schools officials distributed Nook electronic reading devices to students at Clarke and E.O. Young elementary schools June 1, as part of district's Summer Reading Program . The summer reading program will end with a program sponsored by Seattle's Pacific Science Center, focusing on architecture, building, and construction.

Medicine USA tops the chart in worldwide obesity
Author: 0 USA tops the chart in worldwide obesity

The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation has an interactive data visualization tool on its website that you can use to examine estimated country-by-country overweight and obesity trends for the years 1980 to 2015. The U.S. had the highest level of childhood obesity, at 12.7 percent. Bangladesh and Vietnam lie lowest on the obesity scale with only one percent of the population being obese .

Medicine Women protest Ohio abortion bill in 'Handmaid's Tale' garb
Author: 0 Women protest Ohio abortion bill in 'Handmaid's Tale' garb

Abortion rights groups NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio and Women Have Options organized the protest, following similar demonstrations in Texas and Missouri . Miracle said such a ban could have a significant impact in Ohio. "We're trying to have a serious conversation about what happens to an unborn child in the womb a child who is vulnerable", Franklin said.

Medicine BP, India's Reliance to invest $6 bln more in offshore gasfield
Author: 0 BP, India's Reliance to invest $6 bln more in offshore gasfield

The three projects, when developed, are expected to bring a total of 1 billion cubic feet of gas a day in new domestic gas production, and are expected to start production between 2020 and 2022. He added that the investment announced on Thursday reflects the confidence the two companies have in the government's energy policy. The latest arbitration is against government demanding Dollars 1.55 billion compensation from RIL and its partners for "unfairly" producing ONGC's gas.

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