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Peru to lose striker for All Whites clash?


The news is a major blow to Peru's hopes of appearing in their first World Cup finals since 1982. Paolo Guerrero underwent a mandatory doping test following Peru's October 5 match with Argentina. "This will be over in 30 days and you'll see". Peru will face a tall challenge without its best player against a hungry New Zealand side looking to make the World Cup after missing the 2014 edition. Read More »

IS 'fighter drug' worth £44m seized by police in Italy


The batch of drugs was caught in the Calabrian port of Gioia Tauro with the help of agents from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, the head of a southern Italian court said on Friday, Reuters reported . "Part of the illicit proceeds from the sale of this substance are allegedly destined to finance subversive and extremist groups operating in Libya, Syria , and Iraq ", it added. Read More »

Polk County deputies arrest woman riding horse for DUI


Officers were notified by a passing driver, who told deputies that the horseback Byrne appeared "confused and possibly in danger". When police arrived on scene, they found Ms Byrne inebriated, stinking of cigarettes and staggering when they reprimanded her. Read More »

Massive recall for Kidde fire extinguishers


The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that 134 models of fire extinguishers made between 1973 and 2017, as well as eight models of push-button Pindicator models made between 1995 and 2017, were recalled on November 2. The agency reports there have been approximately 391 reports of failed or limited activation or nozzle detachment, including the fatality, approximately 16 injuries, including smoke inhalation and minor burns, and approximately 91 reports of property damage. Read More »

Call Of Duty WW2 Is Having Connectivity Issues On Launch


The error messages are different for each platform. But not, WW2 servers have been hit by a new error which has been verified by Activision Support as an ongoing issue which they are looking into to. After 2016's standout performer Battlefield 1, it will be interesting to see how Call of Duty WW2 fares in the eye of the general public and critics. Read More »

Community asked to help ME boy with cancer celebrate one last Christmas


When doctors told his mother he had a month to live, Jacob's family began asking people on Facebook to send him cards so he can celebrate his last Christmas early. "He plays this game Sim City where he builds an entire city and he can use his iTunes cards to buy gems, which helps the process move a little faster". Read More »

Stents May Be Unnecessary For Certain Heart Patients, Study Says

The study was published online November 2 in The Lancet medical journal, to coincide with a presentation at a cardiology meeting in Denver. To assess the efficacy of stents at relieving chest pain, researchers enrolled 200 patients with a blocked coronary artery who were experiencing chest pain severe enough to limit physical activity. Read More »

'Unusually Severe' Plague Outbreak Sickens 1800 in Madagascar


The medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres has been responding to the outbreak in one of the worst hit areas of Tamatave. For further information on plague and the latest information about the plague outbreak in Madagascar please see WHO Plague website and the Madagascar Plague Outbreak Situation Reports website. Read More »

Reliable Source: Obama jokes he was born in Kenya


Earlier, President Obama formally closed the summit by thanking those who attended. "When you have a voice, you just can't use it any kind of way", she said in a sit-down chat with poet Elizabeth Alexander. She says people shouldn't "tweet every thought" because "first initial thoughts are not worthy of the light of day". In addition to Barack Obama offering his condolences for the latest terror attack, they discussed "a range of shared interests including support for veterans, mental ... Read More »

Tyler Fire Department advises to change more than just your clocks Sunday


More than 2,300 people die each year in home fires. Modern homes burn hotter and faster, providing less time to exit safely. Of those fires, 96 of the homes did not have a working smoke alarm . The department said 60 percent of home fire deaths take place in homes without smoke alarms or homes in which smoke alarms are not working. The utility is donating 18-hundred smoke alarms in an effort to keep families safe. Read More »

Prolonged antacid use may double stomach cancer risk


Although the relative risk seems high, the absolute risk was small. Although the the direct link between the continuous usage of the drugs could not be directly linked to the disease Dr Leung stated those who took the drugs are statistically more likely to develop the illness especially if they are using the to treat conditions such as Helicobacter pylori . Read More »

FDA Warns Four Companies Selling Cannabidiol Over Unproven Claims


US officials sent a warning to the marijuana industry, alerting online sellers they can not market their products as a treatment for cancer . The company websites contain endorsements from people who claim that they or their loved ones have been miraculously cured by these products. Read More »

Belgian mother named as another NYC terror attack victim


Decadt was on a trip to NY with her two sisters and her mother, Naessens said. She was in NY for a weeklong vacation, and planned to leave on Friday. "This loss is unbearable and can not be overcome", Naessens said. Belgian Deputy Prime Minister Didier Reynders said that three other Belgians traveling in the US were among those injured by ISIS-inspired attacker Sayfullo Saipov. Read More »

Trio in England squad for 1st time for Germany, Brazil games


Loftus-Cheek is another Chelsea player now out on loan, with the 21-year-old midfielder gaining Premier League experience at Crystal Palace. England are clearly ready to experiment in this month's internationals given Swansea striker Abraham and Crystal Palace's Loftus-Cheek - both on loan from Chelsea - are joined in the 25-man squad by Liverpool defender Gomez. Read More »

Jonathan speaks on death of Tinubu's son, Jide


Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Dr. Kayode Fayemi, has commiserated with the National Leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC ) and former Lagos State Governor, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu , over the death of his first son, Mr Jide Tinubu . Read More »

Japanese company gives non-smokers six days off to compensate for cigarette breaks


Resentment especially grew because the firm was located on the 29th floor. According to the report, there are 120 people in the firm and since September 1 when the programme was launched, 4 out of 42 smokers have quit the habit. Their non-smoking employees found it unfair that their co-workers are still getting paid for their cigarette breaks as part of their working hours. Unsurprisingly, staffers who don't smoke have been pleased with the bonus time. Read More »

Cavs lose again, but LeBron James' sneakers are on point


I wrote about some of the biggest takeaways that I made from their victory. "I just think we've had moments in previous seasons where we've had this conversation I feel like where just our rate of play, our pace of play is even more so what I'm talking about", Love said. Read More »

Ashish Nehra's footy skills impress Virat Kohli


The left-arm quick had been in and out of skipper Virat Kohli's T20 plans in recent months. It doesn't happen often that one gets to play in his last match for his country while bowling from the end that has been named after him. While talking to ESPNcricinfo Virat Kohli also said that "That was back in 2003 after he had come back from the World Cup". Nehra bowled four overs and finished with 0/29 . Read More »

West Central District Health Department offered drive thru flu shots

Public health officials stress that immunity from a flu vaccination received last year will not provide protection this year. "This death is an unfortunate reminder the flu virus does have the potential to cause severe illness and death, especially in the very young, very old, or those who have underlying health conditions", said IDPH Director Dr. Read More »

Kildare men asked to grow mustaches for Movember


Robin Hood Football Club is partnering with BCHC for the second year. "Trucker, regent, connoisseur or wisp - no matter the shape or style of the Mo this Movember , your face can inspire donations, conversations and real change". The Mercy Health Foundation and Man Up Mahoning Valley are again asking Mahoning Valley men to grow facial hair during November to raise awareness of and start a community conversation about prostate cancer. Read More »

Duncan Regional Hospital receives an 'A' for patient safety


DRH is a 138-bed nationally accredited hospital. Rapid City Regional Hospital has dropped in the latest safety grade study. In our region, Campbell County Health in Gillette, Regional West Medical Center in the Nebraska panhandle, and Wyoming Medical Center in Casper all received a "C" grade. Read More »

Draft Bill for delimitation of constituencies finalized: Speaker NA


Of them, five will go to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, three to Balochistan and one to Islamabad Capital Territory. However, the number of seats allocated to Sindh and Fata will remain unchanged. Although according to the speaker during the meeting there existed consensus over the whole matter of delimitation but some expressed reservations. Read More »

MI gas prices may rise to highest since 2015


GasBuddy says the rise is due to Hurricane Harvey. Drivers in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky and IL are watching their gas prices rise at an alarming rate with little explanation. He says a major problem that the Great Lakes doesn't have, is the ability to re-supply via waterborne shipments and pipeline deliveries. Prices in MI could reach as high as $2.99, in IN at $2.95, in OH and Kentucky drivers could be paying $2.89 per gallon. Read More »

Ashes 2017/18: Trevor Bayliss gives up on dramatic late Ben Stokes inclusion


Even if there are no charges brought by the police, the European Central Bank will then begin its own disciplinary proceedings which could still rule Stokes out of the tour. England have enjoyed a relatively successful spell under the leadership of captain Joe Root, but an Ashes tour in Australia will likely represent the biggest challenge to his fledgling captaincy and concerns over the strength of his batting line-up and the ability of his front-line seamers to combat David Warner, Steve ... Read More »

Edward Jones Upgrades Rating On Altria Group, Inc


About 51,415 shares traded. Altria Group, Inc . (NYSE:MO) touched its 1-Year High price of $77.79 on 06/20/17 and its 1-Year Low price of $60.01 on 07/28/17. A 12 analysts rate it as either a buy or a strong buy, while 0 believe that investors should either steer clear of (NYSE:BX) or, if they already own its stock, sell it. Read More »

Breastfeeding for two months halves risk of SIDS, study finds


The CDC estimates that in 2015 alone, 1,600 babies died of SIDS, which is absolutely heartbreaking. If they exceed the two-month period, it's even better, as more breastfeeding time offers more protection. They compared this with 6,894 babies who did not die, and found that breastfeeding made the difference, regardless of cultural backgrounds or behaviors. Read More »

Dad Gives Newborn A Touching Pep Talk During Vaccines


Lee was filmed telling his newborn to "stay strong" in the touching encounter, which has been viewed more than 13 million times on Facebook . "I feel your pain", he says, holding his son's hand as Debias begins to cry while the shot's administered. Read More »

Shah Rukh Khan spends birthday evening with friends and family at Alibaug


Celebrities posted their pictures on their social media accounts after reaching the destination and fans can't just wait for the actual party pictures. SRK's princess Suhana along with her besties Ananya Pandey and Shanaya Kapoor also joined her mother for the early trip. The King Khan is throwing a starry party at his property in Alibaug. Read More »

PIA 'forgets' coffins in NY

He further commented that PIA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Musharraf Rasool had taken notice of the incident and ordered the airline to undertake all the funeral proceedings. PIA said it would look after the transfer arrangements, adding that "all expenses will be borne by PIA". Following the mix-up, the corpse of Pakistani man Nasir Ali was delivered to Lahore Wednesday on a Etihad Airways flight, while the family of another man Nauman Badar has now made a decision to bury him in ... Read More »

Samsung report 148pc soar in profits, shares double


Samsung Electronics also announced its shareholder return policy for the next three years. Third-quarter sales also surged to a quarterly record of 62.05 trillion won. The company's semiconductor division generated 10 trillion won ($8.9 billion) in operating income during the three-month period, accounting for about 70 percent of its entire operating income. Read More »

Govt clears mega project to acquire 111 helicopters for Navy


A spokesman for the Indian navy said on Twitter the new aircraft were a huge step toward addressing a "critical void of helicopters" for the naval fleet, which now uses the French-designed Chetak model. These procurements will also be a boost to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Make in India initiative. The policy envisages establishment of long-term strategic partnerships between Indian defence majors and global defence firms to set up domestic manufacturing infrastructure and supply chains. Read More »

Investment Grade Analysis On Next Plc (LSE:NXT) Shares

They may also be used to help the trader figure out reliable support and resistance levels for the stock. Thus, the ratio is quite a reliable and comparable measure of asset performance across an industry. The stock's 50 day moving average price is GBX 3,847.78 and its 200 day moving average price is GBX 3,691.08. ROIC is a profitability ratio that measures the return that an investment generates for those providing capital. Read More »

India saw most number of tuberculosis deaths, patients in 2016: World Health Organization report


Though the government runs a national TB eradication programme and provides free medicines to almost two million infected people via dispensaries, it is evident that such efforts have not yielded desired outcomes. India is one of the 14 counties with the highest Multi Drug Resistance TB, TB and HIV. "TB is still, tragically, the world's most deadly infection". Read More »

Michael Jackson top earning dead celebrity with $75M


The annual ranking of the richest dead celebrities on its pages published by the representatives of Forbes . Post Jackson's death, in partnership with the theatrical production company, Cirque du Soleil and the Michael Jackson Estate came the Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour, which ran from October 2011 to August 2014, with box office earnings touching $371 million. Read More »

Patients at Children's Methodist celebrate Halloween early


The goal of this event is to help pediatric patients feel like normal kids. Nobody missed out as witches, pirates, superheroes, dinosaurs, and ballplayers roamed the halls of the Children's Hospital, one more happy surprise just another character away. Read More »

Kiwi Coach Lauds Jasprit Bumrah's Effort in the Death Overs


Adjudged the Man-of-the-Match, Rohit said, "Firstly there are no easy wins". We both think for the team so it is always great batting with him (Rohit) because we don't have to say much. Lesson learnt, Bumrah stuck to his natural back-of-length deliveries that skid in with the angle, and bowled yorkers and slower balls in between as he finished his first spell. Read More »

New treatment for adults with mantle cell lymphoma approved

The Food and Drug Administration granted an accelerated approval pathway for Calquence , a treatment for adults with a rare type of blood cancer called mantle cell lymphoma, who have received at least one prior therapy. The investigators assessed how many patients experienced a complete or partial tumor shrinkage. "Mantle cell lymphoma is a particularly aggressive cancer", Richard Pazdur , MD, director of the FDA's Oncology Center of Excellence and acting director of the Office of ... Read More »

Alzheimer's may begin outside the brain


Taking one normal mouse (mice can not naturally get Alzheimer's disease ) and one mouse that had been modified to carry the human amyloid-beta gene, they were merged into one for a period of a year. "AD [Alzheimer's disease]-type pathologies related to the Aβ accumulation including tau hyperphosphorylation, neurodegeneration, neuroinflammation and microhemorrhage were found in the brains of the parabiotic wild-type mice", the authors of the study detailed. Read More »

FDA May Revoke Soy Heart-Health Claim


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has proposed a rule to revoke the right of companies to say that soy protein protect the heart. Bonnie Liebman, a nutrition scientist at the Center for Science in the Public Interest, explained that a person might benefit by replacing red meat with soy, but the benefit would be from the reduction in red meat, not because of anything special in the soy protein. Read More »

See fall 2017 safety grades for 77 MI hospitals

Established in 2000 by large employers and other health care purchasers, The Leapfrog Group is a national nonprofit organization driving a movement for giant leaps forward in the quality and safety of American health care. Both Hilton Head Hospital and Coastal Carolina Hospital are owned by Tenet Healthcare. Bridgeport Hospital was the only location in CT to receive below a "C" grade. Read More »

Northwestern band is a 2017 ISSMA State finalist


As someone who has worked in marching bands and music for many years, Minick said Cary Band Day, and Cary in general, creates something unique. The 59th Annual Cary Band Day takes place on Saturday, November 4, 2017, hosted at Cary High School . Read More »

Irish Rail passengers told to prepare for all-out strike tomorrow


Yes, Irish Rail has confirmed that its trains "will not operate across Intercity, DART and Commuter routes". Workers will also strike on December 8th which is traditionally one of the busiest days in the capital. These will be processed at the end of the industrial action in a single process. The firm has said pay increases must be contingent to productivity. Read More »

A Woman Is Claiming She Contracted Herpes From a Sephora Free Sample


The filer of the suit did confirm the herpes outbreak with medical professionals, but questions still remain as to whether or not the "common use" testing tube at Sephora is what caused her to contract the virus . Dermatologists have long warned about the dangers of trying on makeups in cosmetic aisles. There have been reports about the potential risk of infections from makeup testers. Read More »

Two injured in shooting near Washington State University campus

Investigators discovered that a group of people attending a party in the area surrounded a vehicle trying to leave the area. According to Pullman Police Chief Gary Jenkins, the 17-year-old was still being treated for a wound to his arm at Pullman Regional Hospital as of Sunday afternoon. Read More »

Long-Term Aspirin Use Could 'Reduce The Risk Of Developing Many Major Cancers'


For the study, the team compared patients who were prescribed aspirin over a long period (for at least six months, average duration of aspirin prescribed was 7.7 years) with non-aspirin users. Now Chinese researchers say their trial involving more than 600,000 people came to a similar conclusion, with the evidence suggesting that long-term aspirin use reduces the risk of a number of digestive cancers as well as leukaemia, lung and prostate cancer. Read More »

Indoor air pollution killed 1.24 lakh Indians prematurely

The WHO measured tiny particles known as PM2.5s which are emitted from vehicles, power plants, wood burning and dust from demolition and building work, that get stuck deep in the lungs. Consequently, almost 800 million people - mostly women - are exposed to disproportionately high levels of pollutants created through domestic practices. Read More »

Punjab Vigilance launches campaign on corruption


The Governor also stated to tackle corruption, every department should ensure transparency and accountability in functioning and have effective preventive measures to fight corruption. He said corruption can be eliminated only with the active and committed involvement of the citizens. Dr Jitendra Singh, in his address said, no amount of legislation or law can provide a fool-proof impunity against corruption unless the entire system including the civil society evolves to a level of ... Read More »