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Army surgeon transplants ear 'grown' on Soldier's forearm

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Johnson proposed building a new ear using cartilage taken from Burrage's ribs, then tucking the ear under the skin of her forearm to allow it to grow and form new blood vessels, according to the statement . "I just remember the first flip and that was it". Burrage was shocked when she was given the option of growing an ear on her arm for a transplant surgery , but she agreed to it because she wanted a real ear and not a prosthetic one. Read More »

Eurovision-2018: forecasts of the bookmakers changed after the first semi-final

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The 28-year-old was Portugal's first-ever victor after after a 54-year wait for the title and Eurovision fan site Wiwibloggs has reported on his thoughts on this year's Israeli entry, Toy , which is sung by Netta Barzilai. He added: "Last year people would say, 'Now that you've won things [at Eurovision] will change!' I do not think so". Fortunately, it doesn't sound like Netta is too bothered with what Salvador thinks of her musical offerings, tweeting: "Sending only love to Salvador, ... Read More »

Dementia struggle for Barbara Windsor

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Meanwhile Barbara's close friend, fellow EastEnders co-star Pam St Clement, told Loose Women how she had known of her pal's battle since the outset. Scott credited the huge numbers of people who love Barbara, and added: "I hope speaking out will help other families dealing with loved ones who have this cruel disease". Read More »

Deadly E. coli outbreak tied to romaine spreads

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Florida, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Texas have been added to the list of states affected by the contaminated lettuce, which already included 25 other states. These include stomach cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting. "Of the 112 people interviewed, 102, or 91%, reported eating romaine lettuce in the week before their illness started", the CDC announced on its website May 9. Read More »

CDC: Tick-Bite Prevention, Education with Poppy Seeds

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One Twitter user responded , "Poppyseeds will never crunch quite the same again". It seems that the goal of the CDC's tweet was to raise awareness of tick season and the dangers of tick bites. Chesney. While the CDC's original tweet seemed to "tick off" many people on the internet - and even ruined poppy seed muffins forever for some of them - it did succeed in getting a lot of attention. Read More »

11-year-old girl jumps out of SUV during carjacking

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The Aurora Police Department said in a statement that police responded to the BP gas station located in the 1200 block of N. Eola Road just after 6.45am on Friday. The daughter and father can be seen embracing each other after the girl gets up from the pavement. Pulley is now charged with aggravated vehicle hijacking, aggravated unlawful possession of a stolen motor vehicle, and fleeing and eluding police. Read More »

PWD scam: ACB arrests son of Kejriwal's brother-in-law

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The complainant alleged that in April 2015, Renu Construction Company was granted contract "irregularly" to construct a drainage system in north-west Delhi's Bakoli village, following which the ACB filed three separate FIRs against various persons in May past year for forgery, cheating and graft. Read More »

Ebola Outbreak Threatens Super Eagles, DR Congo Friendly

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With the previous two cases, the number of confirmed Ebola cases has grown to six and at least 17 others suspected of being infected with Ebola died in this area, according to the Ministry of Health. Ebola occasionally jumps to humans from animals, including bats and monkeys. It is contracted by contact with bodily fluids - touching a sick or dead person is a well-known source of infection. Read More »

David Goodall, Australia's oldest scientist, to end own life in Switzerland

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Basel City Councilwoman Annemarie Pfeifer, a leading critic of Life Circle, fears that widening assisted suicide beyond the terminally ill could one day lead to "pressure" being exerted on the infirm elderly to end their lives. The centenarian had become determined to die after his quality of life worsened with age as he lost the ability to walk. The Netherlands legalised euthanasia in 2002 for patients considered to be suffering unbearable pain with no cure. Read More »

India police parade 'Nasa conmen' in space suits

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The gang leader Tyagi who had suffered losses in his computer manufacturing and software business which he ran from his office in Narayana, had stumbled upon the idea of sale and purchase of "rice puller" while surfing some technology website, added the officer. Read More »

GSEB HSC Class 12 Science 2018 results declared, Girls outperform boys

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Around 1.34 lakh students took the Class 12 Science exam in March, of which, 98,067 passed, taking the pass percentage to 73 percent, reported The Indian Express . Last year, GSEB declared the Class 12 Science results on May 11 for which almost 141984 candidates had registered. At Sharp 9 AM GSEB 12th Science Result 2018 has been out. Read More »

LA nursing home residents to soon receive eviction notices

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Rebekah Gee during an afternoon press conference. The proposed cuts could force nursing homes to close, leaving more than 25,000 people unemployed, according to the Louisiana Nursing Home Association. Lawmakers said news of the letters is prompting phone calls, emails and social media messages from people anxious about their loved ones. "I thought it was here forever". Read More »

Yate mum warns of dangers of 'deodorant challenge' playground craze

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The worrying and unsafe craze has returned to schools around the country and one mum has taken to Facebook to encourage parents to stop their children trying the hazardous "challenge". "These are the damaging results of something known as "The Deodorant Challenge" which is now doing the rounds in Yate and literally involves spraying deodorant on to someone else for as long as possible", Jamie Prescott wrote in a Facebook post. Read More »

VP Mike Pence to Visit Indy After Elkhart Event

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An antique store owner and former marine, Greg Pence will now run to represent the seat his brother once occupied in Congress. His victory triggered a backlash from liberal activists, who took to Twitter to denounce Greg Pence as "homophobic" and unfit for public office. Read More »

New Prostate Screening Guidelines

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The organization has been a steadfast proponent of screening for early detection that is not exclusively limited to the PSA test and provides education on other screening methods, genomic testing and prostate cancer biomarkers that help individualize patient care and treatment choices. Read More »

FDA declares nationwide EpiPen shortage due to manufacturing delays

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) thinks otherwise and has added generic EpiPens and other epinephrine auto-injectors to its drug shortage list. EpiPens are used to treat severe allergic reactions . Mylan said its net income rose 31 percent to $87.1 million, or 17 cents per share, in the first quarter. Read More »

Man sues Puyallup hospital in hepatitis C case

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She also said she informed the health department ahead of time that she was going on the trip. Police say the case is ongoing. Cora Weberg (RN.60712470) has been immediately suspended by the Washington State Nursing Care Quality Assurance Commission (NCQAC) due to alleged diversion of controlled substances. Read More »

The 25 best Colorado high schools 2018, ranked by US News

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Red River and Central placed third and fourth in the state, respectively, earning silver medals in the new rankings reported by U.S. News today. Nationally, only Boston Latin School earned its way into the top 100 on the U.S. More than a quarter of eligible Massachusetts' learning institutions earned the distinctions, moving the state to the top of the pack and snatching the first-place spot from Maryland, which has held the distinction for the last three years. Read More »

Trump Withdraws US From Iran Nuclear Deal

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Trump said he will announce his decision on whether to keep the U.S.in the Iran nuclear deal today. "We are extremely concerned that the United States is once again acting contrary to the opinion of the majority of states and exclusively in its own narrow-minded and opportunistic interests, in flagrant violation of worldwide law", said the Foreign Ministry statement. Read More »

Yemen Calls for UAE Removal From Saudi-led Coalition Amid High Tensions

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The deployment of Emirati troops on Thursday coincided with a rare visit to the strategically important island by Daghr. The apparent surprise deployment was carried out without the knowledge of the government of President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, which controls the island, a Yemeni government source told AFP . Read More »

Composite Cans Market - Company Analysis, SWOT, Marketing Strategy

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Questale has become a leader in delivering fact-based insights, enabling their clients to improve profitability and accelerate growth. The reports from Questale are well researched and very useful in the decision-making process. The growth rate which is actually projected depending on the intellectual analysis provides comprehensive info on the worldwide Metal Packaging industry. Read More »

New drug could be used to treat baldness

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Baldness could be a thing of the past thanks to a new drug shown to enhance hair growth. The research was released Tuesday from the open access journal PLOS Biology . Simultaneously it provides a convincing explanation for why CsA so often induces undesired hair growth in patients treated with it: this drug removes an inbuilt and potent molecular brake on human hair growth. Read More »

Buffett and Gates slam bitcoin for being a non-productive investment

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Like other cryptocurrency bears, Bill Gates conceded that blockchain, the technology behind bitcoin , can be very useful but said virtual currencies are nothing more than insane, speculative investments. It can be achieved thanks to quick creation of a permanent reliable and secure record of a transaction in which only two parties participate. Bitcoin futures products have existed on cryptocurrency exchanges such as BitMEX and OKEx for years, but skeptics could believably feign ... Read More »

CDC Report: Illness From Tick Bites Rising, Symptoms, Prevention

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Catching Lyme disease quickly means that patients can be treated with the appropriate antibiotics in the early stages, which usually means a quick and full recovery. Dr Nee practices at the Danbury Hospital in western CT. In 2017, IN reported more than 250 cases of tick-borne illness. "We really consider our whole area a risk for blacklegged ticks ". Read More »

Mom, 2 kids die after SUV strikes alligator on I-95

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The household's automotive ran off the facet of the highway, slammed right into a tree and caught hearth, killing all three inside. At a park in Florida where his kids used to play, Stanley told WJAX in Jacksonville he hasn't even begun processing the loss. Read More »

Global tourism accounts for 8% of total carbon emissions

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Holding the sector's carbon pollution in check will likely require carbon taxes or CO2 trading schemes for aviation, the researchers concluded. Different prosperous countries, for example, Canada and Germany, additionally have a significant impression, and progressively wealthy nations, for example, China and Mexico, are making up for lost time in this astonishing race. Read More »

Kelowna walk to benefit mental-health body

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For Mental Health Week, British Columbians and Canadians are being called on to speak out, to #GetLoud on social media and in the community about what mental health means to you, and the people you care about. You will see them on television and social media channels. But the government said it "completely rejects" any suggestion that the plans lack ambition. Read More »

Buhari returns to London to see doctors

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Buhari had, between February 5 and 10, 2016, embarked on a six-day vacation to London. The presidential aide disclosed this in Abuja on Monday. Obasanjo said Buhari missed "another opportunity to display his mettle as a thoroughbred leader and instead undermined Nigeria's interest in at least three segments of national development". Read More »

'Scare tactics' will not deter Congress: Siddaramaiah

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The Prime Minister said former BJP Chief Minister of Karnataka, B.S. Yeddyurappa, started a campaign for the state's development but the moment the Congress government came in, it stopped all the works started by him and began giving priority to people on caste basis. Read More »

Woman's runny nose turns out to be leak of brain fluid

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She thought it was just a cold symptom. For years, Jackson had been seeing doctors and specialists looking for answers. Doctors told Jackson that she was losing about 8 ounces of brain fluid a day, which is almost half of the 17 ounces of CSF that the brain produces per day. Read More »

Walmart announces seven-day limit on opioids

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Another change coming to Walmart and Sam's Club will be a requirement as of January 1, 2020 that controlled substances have e-prescriptions, a format that makes it more hard to alter or copy a script, while also making prescriptions easier to monitor. Read More »

Tennessee Football Great Jason Witten Retires from the NFL

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A prolific slot receiver at the University of North Carolina, Swizter earned 96 catches his senior season, and exited with the most receptions and receiving yards in school history. As recently as two weeks ago, Witten suggested he might play until he was 40 and said he "absolutely" was returning. Although questioned at the time, the move turned out to be a huge success as Romo drew rave reviews for his insight into the game and ability to relate his experiences as a player to what was going ... Read More »

On Melanoma Monday, here's how to stay safe

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She says it's just not worth the risk. "Just think about it as your protection, it's like your seat belt, you put your seat belt on every time you get in the vehicle, every time you get up in the morning, you put your sunscreen on", said Dr. Read More »

California Beats UK as World's Fifth Biggest Economy

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It also reflects a substantial turnaround since the Great Recession. "We have the entrepreneurial spirit in the state, and that attracts a lot of talent and money", said Sung Won Sohn, from California State University Channel Islands. Its population comprises only 12 percent of the whole nation's population but the state has 16 percent contribution to the total job growth between the years 2012 and 2017. Read More »

Cockroach sits in American woman's ear for nine days

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Holley shared the experience in a self-penned essay in Self magazine , revealing that it began when she woke up in the middle of one night to a unusual feeling in her ear. Nine days later, Katie went back to the doctors complaining of a pain in her ear and "heaviness". Strangely enough, one of the doctors told Katie that she wasn't the first person that day to have a bug in their ear. Read More »

Study links gray hair with immune system activity, viral infection

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Hair can turn gray when the MIFT's are unable to regulate this interferon response. "This new discovery suggests that genes that control pigment in hair and skin also work to control the innate immune system", said Dr. The connection between hair pigmentation and innate immune regulation was initially a bit surprising. Moreover, when innate immune signaling was simulated in rodent models susceptible to losing hair pigmentation, more gray hairs were observed. Read More »

Ekiti APC primary: inconclusive as violence mars exercise

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The governor also accused APC of turning Ekiti, which he described as a peaceful state, into a war zone with the violent ridden primary of the party stalemated by the disruption of delegates' voting by suspected thugs. "It was a proviso that if you are a delegate who can't read and write, you can call any of the agents". The aggrieved agents claimed that the process had been heavily compromised in favour of Fayemi. Read More »

Extra breast screening slots for those affected by IT error

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All 309,000 living women who missed out on scans will be contacted by letter and have been promised checks if they want them, although some will have to wait until October to avoid disrupting routine screening for patients aged 50 to 70. "It is beyond belief that this major mistake has been sustained for nearly a decade and we need to know why this has been allowed to happen". "Women affected and their loved ones will be left reeling, both scared and confused". Read More »

Lyme Disease Awareness Month begins in Erie County

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According to the health agency, nine new germs were introduced to the US during the study's time span. There are probably 300,000 Lyme disease cases every year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - but most don't get reported . Read More »

A new survey shows many young Americans are lonely

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Among respondents, key social behavior patterns emerged that were predictive of increased feelings of loneliness. Contrary to popular belief, the study found under-22-year-olds feel far more isolated than the elderly, but social media use did not affect their feelings of isolation, as many are want to believe. Read More »

Eating Fast Food Might Keep Women From Getting Pregnant Quickly

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The study found that women who ate more fast food and less fruit were less likely to conceive within a year. According to the results, women who ate the least amount of fruit raised their risk of infertility from 8% to 12%, and women who consumed fast food four or more times weekly increased the risk by as much as 16%. Read More »

The Capitals have reached an all-too-familiar point against the Penguins

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Pittsburgh evened the series two games apiece with a 3-1 win at PPG Paints Arena. Washington answered three minutes later when Guenztel was called for tripping. Guentzel, the 23-year-old from Omaha, Neb., with the wispy blonde playoff whisker beard, who also potted the empty-netter. The sequence began with the Penguins on the power play, working the puck around the offensive zone. Read More »

Military attache says he didn't place toilet cameras

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Keating was the country's most senior military official in the US before he resigned in April. A New Zealand judge on Friday dismissed an appeal by Keating to have his name and other personal details suppressed. Hodge said that although Keating might be beyond the reach of American law, he could still be charged under New Zealand law. The court heard Keating is now retired and has turned down consulting work due to the allegation. Read More »

Grandfather Trips Armed Suspect Fleeing From Police

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On April 3, Bill - whose real name has not been identified by the police - was waiting to leave a library in west Columbus, Ohio , with his granddaughter in tow when he heard police sirens. Bill, who has a walking stick, said he thought the suspect had a lead on the officers and so chose to help them out. According to the the police, despite the fall at high-speed, no one was injured. Read More »

Nigerian President 'Disappears' After Meeting with Trump

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However, after it was discovered that the president's official Eagle One aircraft had landed in London on Tuesday without any official reason given to the public for two days, the presidency was forced to explain that the president was on a " technical stopover ". Read More »

Are Raw Oysters Unsafe? Norovirus Symptoms Amid FDA Warning Over Consumption

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Symptoms of this illness include diarrhea, nausea vomiting, and stomach cramps. The U.S. food authority did not report how many people, if any, have contracted norovirus from oysters. Canada has reported 172 cases of gastrointestinal illness linked to consumption of raw oysters. Quick steaming oysters will not kill norovirus and other pathogens, according to the CDC. Read More »