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Author: 0 Snake hunters catch 17-foot-long python in Florida Everglades

A snake hunter captured a record 17-foot python during the South Florida Water Management District's hunt over the weekend. 'That snake could pretty much kill any full-grown man. Leon still holds the 2013 state record for a python he captured that was 18 feet, 8 inches, according to SFWMD. It then pays an extra $50 for a 4-foot snake and $25 for each additional foot beyond that.

Author: 0 Babies' brains damaged by pollution, Unicef says

Satellite imagery reveals that South Asia has the largest proportion of babies under the age of one living in the worst-affected areas, with 12.2 million babies residing where outdoor air pollution exceeds six times global limits set by the World Health Organization ( WHO ).

Author: 0 Ola driver locks passenger, molests her

It was when the vehicle reached the Intermediate Ring Road that the driver allegedly attempted to sexually assault her, while she was in the backseat of the auto. A similar disgusting shameful incident was reported from Hyderabad where the 26-year-old Uber driver was arrested after the woman passenger on board filed a complaint against the driver.

Medicine 'Westworld' and 'SWAT' suspend production due to California wildfires
Author: 0 'Westworld' and 'SWAT' suspend production due to California wildfires

Both series film in Santa Clarita, which is experiencing the 500-acre Rye Fire, prompting the closure of the 5 Freeway in both directions. HBO's " Westworld " is set to resume production on its second season after shutting down operations on Monday due to concern over wildfire activity in the vicinity of the show's set.

Medicine Osmania University suspends classes after protests on campus, exams postponed
Author: 0 Osmania University suspends classes after protests on campus, exams postponed

The students had refused to hand over the body of Murali, who, in a suicide note had apologised to his mother for his extreme decision and said he was unable to cope with exams. Police resorted to baton charge, resulting in four students suffering injuries. The protesting students claimed that more than 150 students were taken into custody late on Sunday; the police stated that they took 51 students into preventive custody.

Medicine Quake of 5.0 Magnitude Shakes Uttarakhand, Delhi, NCR, Punjab
Author: 0 Quake of 5.0 Magnitude Shakes Uttarakhand, Delhi, NCR, Punjab

As per reports, soon after the quake people evacuated their buildings to safer ground. Tremors were felt in Delhi, Haryana, Chandigarh and parts of Punjab. According to the Centre for Seismology, an natural disaster of 5.5 magnitude was reported in Rudraprayag in Uttarakhand. "I came out of the house after I realized everything is trembling", Atul Kumar, a local resident in New Delhi's Green Park told Xinhua.

Medicine Country in the grip of listeriosis disease outbreak
Author: 0 Country in the grip of listeriosis disease outbreak

Listeriosis , commonly found in soil, water and vegetation contaminates food sources including animal and farm produce which transmit the bacteria to consumers. We had never reached a number of 557 before. "Given that only 17 percent of South Africans use private health facilities, this proportion of cases from the private health facilities is too high".

Medicine Flu Season off to a fast start
Author: 0 Flu Season off to a fast start

In an effort to encourage people to get a flu shot this season, Camp Hill, Pa. -based Rite Aid is teaming with Dr. Jennifer Caudle, a nationally renowned health expert and practicing family physician, during National Influenza Vaccination Week.

Medicine Champions League: which teams can qualify for the last 16?
Author: 0 Champions League: which teams can qualify for the last 16?

Atletico Madrid needs a lot to happen to keep alive its streak of four consecutive appearances in the knockout stage. Chelsea will need a win to assure themselves of top spot in the group. Germany's fourth team, Hoffenheim, didn't make the group stage after losing in the playoffs to Liverpool . Filling out the rest of the bracket and who takes four of the eight group victor spots is still in play.

Medicine PayPal's TIO Networks Says Data Breach Impacts 1.6m Customers
Author: 0 PayPal's TIO Networks Says Data Breach Impacts 1.6m Customers

Among customer information possibly exposed, according to a PayPal spokesman, were names, addresses, bank account details, Social Security numbers and details of login information used to pay bills. The company is now in the process of notifying its clients that may have been affected by this breach. PayPal bought the Canadian payment processing company, which has over 60,000 utility and bills payment kiosks across North America, for $238m (£177m) in cash in July.

Medicine Trouble mounts for Sanofi dengue vaccine over safety concerns
Author: 0 Trouble mounts for Sanofi dengue vaccine over safety concerns

Brazilian health regulator Anvisa, in an emailed statement to Reuters, said it had not received any reports of vaccine recipients dying or falling more severely ill because of the drug. To allay the fears of the public, Malacañang on Monday reminded the public to not panic over the government's dengue vaccination program, saying the Department of Justice (DOJ) will start an inquiry on the purchase of the drug.

Medicine Projected Vegas odds on Clemson-Alabama
Author: 0 Projected Vegas odds on Clemson-Alabama

Alabama won the National title two years ago, then Clemson avenged it last season to capture the college football championship. Clemson (No. 1) will face Alabama (No. The debate over the playoff committee's decision to select Alabama ahead of Ohio State still hasn't died down, but there's no doubting the Tide's strength: Alabama brings unmatched playoff pedigree, plus a dominant run game and an elite defense that will have had a month to recover following an Iron Bowl loss to Auburn.

Medicine Bryan Singer Fired From Freddie Mercury Biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
Author: 0 Bryan Singer Fired From Freddie Mercury Biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

Representatives for Singer and representatives for Malek have not yet responded to Vanity Fair's request for comment about the reported firing. Singer has developed a reputation for disappearing mid-production, having also also gone missing during filming for Superman Returns and X-Men: Apocalypse.

Medicine Daily Cheese Consumption Can Significantly Reduce the Heart Disease Risk
Author: 0 Daily Cheese Consumption Can Significantly Reduce the Heart Disease Risk

While it may be easier to reach for a cheese slice or to melt some grated cheese, Joel Feren from the Dietitian's Association of Australia explained to Body and Soul that there are healthier options . Are you a cheese fan and do you think it could actually be better for your health? According to the research, a daily portion of the size of a small matchbox reduces the chances of 14 percent.

Medicine Stop the flu before it stops you
Author: 0 Stop the flu before it stops you

Of the 3,000 vaccines Public Health bought this year, 334 are still available. And Dr. William Schaffner, who is involved in the CDC's flu surveillance network in Tennessee, has noticed cases of influenza picking up "dramatically" in the last week.

Medicine Ashamed at seeing Lankan cricketers in pollution masks: Mamata Banerjee
Author: 0 Ashamed at seeing Lankan cricketers in pollution masks: Mamata Banerjee

BCCI acting president CK Khanna speculated: "If 20,000 people in the stands did not have problem and the Indian team did not face any issue, I wonder why Sri Lankan team made a big fuss". "Rain will help in settling down the pollution present in the air". Mentioning about the same, Pothas said that the Sri Lankan team management wanted to have some clarity on the safety of the players.

Medicine Study determines dogs may be smarter than cats
Author: 0 Study determines dogs may be smarter than cats

Neurons are cells that process information. "You take the brain and turn it into a soup", she said, matter-of-factly, as the first step to finding these neurons. The research was done in the lab of Suzana Herculano-Houzel, an associate professor of psychology and biological sciences at Vanderbilt University.

Medicine Colorado State football to play Marshall in the New Mexico Bowl
Author: 0 Colorado State football to play Marshall in the New Mexico Bowl

MT. Ironically, that was the last bowl game NMSU had appeared in prior to this season. It will be USU's sixth bowl game in seven years. Rogers passed for 451 yards and led the late drive that earned the Aggies a 22-17 win over South Alabama on Saturday, earning the school its first bowl game in 57 years in the process.

Medicine Bill Belichick Apologizes To Sean McDermott; Calls Gronk's Cheap Shot 'Bullsh
Author: 0 Bill Belichick Apologizes To Sean McDermott; Calls Gronk's Cheap Shot 'Bullsh

New England Patriots All-Pro tight end Rob Gronkowski could be facing disciplinary action for his late hit on Buffalo Bills cornerback Tre'Davious White during Sunday's game. Gronkowski did feel bad about the play after the game. "It was a lot of frustration", he said. In fact, star TE Rob Gronkowski was quite unhappy with former LSU CB Tre'Davious White.

Medicine PDP has been expecting Atiku's return - Makarfi
Author: 0 PDP has been expecting Atiku's return - Makarfi

The acting chairman of the party Ahmed Makarfi has said he expects more defections ahead of 2019, insisting PDP's doors were wide open. Atiku who recently resigned as a member of the All Progressives Congress said in a live video broadcast on Facebook, on Sunday, that he is rejoining the PDP.

Medicine 730000 children given Dengue vaccine which could make illness more severe
Author: 0 730000 children given Dengue vaccine which could make illness more severe

Khristine Estrada-Cabanayan, a Sanofi spokeswoman in the Philippines, said the company is working closely with the Department of Health and will release a statement to address concerns regarding the vaccine. He added: "The vaccination program is not a clinical trial and Pinoys are not guinea pigs". More than 730,000 children could be at risk after being given a vaccine which could make Dengue fever worse.

Medicine B students get Rs 1 cr offer
Author: 0 B students get Rs 1 cr offer

The number of global offers that were given to prospective candidates also increased this year to 11 from last year's three, it said. The software giant Microsoft , one of the regular recruiters at IIT Madras, has increased its pay package up to 40% compared to a year ago for the students selected at the campus placements on day one here.

Author: 0 Is Buying Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ:QCOM) Here Good Idea?

With 9.60 million shares average volume, it will take short sellers 2 days to cover their QCOM's short positions. The SI to Cryolife Incorporated's float is 2.06%. The stock has "Buy" rating by Buckingham Research on Thursday, August 6. UBS maintained ServiceNow, Inc. Northland Capital maintained the stock with "Hold" rating in Tuesday, August 1 report.

Medicine DOH puts dengue immunization program on hold
Author: 0 DOH puts dengue immunization program on hold

The analysis of six years of clinical data confirmed Dengvaxia did provide persistent protective benefit in those who had previously had dengue, the company added. Health officials have earlier said the vaccine is capable of lowering severity in dengue cases by 93 percent and reduces hospitalization rate by 82 percent.