Health

State Attorneys General fight against plan to increase fees at National Parks

State Attorneys General fight against plan to increase fees at National Parks Visitors would be charged $70 per vehicle, up from the current $30 fee , during the five busiest months of the year. Proposed increases would affect 17 national parks during peak tourist seasons - mostly during summer months. "We need to have a vision to look at the future of our parks and take action in order to ensure that our grandkids' grandkids will have the same if not better experien... [Full Article...]

Three cups of coffee a day offers 'greatest benefit' to health

Three cups of coffee a day offers 'greatest benefit' to health November is Food Month in The Irish Times. In the BMJ-British Medical Journal, the research done by the Poole's team is published which concludes that the coffee intake is apparently safe if done within the usual patterns. Women seem to benefit more than men with higher levels of consumption if factors like mortality from cardiovascular and coronary heart diseases are considered. [Full Article...]

Double standard for Bill Clinton

Double standard for Bill Clinton Clinton was flying around the world in Burkle's private jet "Air F**k One" and these four women were low-level staff at the Burkle organisation at this time. While former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton kept mum about her husband's alleged sexual misconduct, she has spoken out against Trump saying, "We can't excuse the president from this debate" on sexual assault, Hillary told 77 WABC Radio'... [Full Article...]

New Zealand 2 Fiji 4

New Zealand 2 Fiji 4 Apisai Koroisau gave them a 2-0 half-time lead with his 14th minute penalty and the Kiwis already looked to be in trouble. Shaun Johnson levelled before Taane Milne scored the decisive points with another penalty after 62 minutes. "We slayed a giant tonight", he said. This is one of the many reasons we don't want people trying to get onto the pitch. I'm so proud of these boys. [Full Article...]

Chinese offers to help Bangladesh, Myanmar to resolve Rohingya issue

Chinese offers to help Bangladesh, Myanmar to resolve Rohingya issue Germany, Sweden and the European Union on Sunday extended their strong support to Bangladesh on the Rohingya issue. More than 100 Rohingya refugees are known to have drowned in shipwrecks and boat incidents as they fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh, a United Nations (UN) China's Xinhua news agency reported a spokesman as saying on Friday. [Full Article...]

Nigerian Bobsled Team Will Participate in 2018 Winter Olympics for First Time

Nigerian Bobsled Team Will Participate in 2018 Winter Olympics for First Time The fate of Nigeria's eligibility to be represented in the 2018 Winter Olympics rests exclusively on my ability to qualify as a competent driver. In an interview with CBC , Adigun revealed the team trained for the Olympics by building their own sled out of wood they bought at a hardware store. [Full Article...]

Doctor plans first human head transplant

Doctor plans first human head transplant In 2015 Professor Canavero, former director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, announced that he meant to transplant the head of a paralysed man onto the body of a dead donor . Several dozen surgeons will work with Canavero as he will simultaneously sever the spinal chords of the donor (body) and recipient (head) with a diamond blade, in what is expected to be a 24-hour procedure. [Full Article...]

This time for walking away from skirmish

This time for walking away from skirmish The Denver Nuggets have won four of their last five games and they will be looking to build on Friday's 146-114 blowout win over the Pelicans. Ball, who made waves on Friday by sporting a tight new haircut, finished with six points, six rebounds and six assists. [Full Article...]

Clinton Compares Trump to a Dictator over Prosecution Threats of Uranium Deal

Clinton Compares Trump to a Dictator over Prosecution Threats of Uranium Deal But as Fox News's Shepard Smith explained in his show on Wednesday, it's an impossible accusation to levy because Clinton could never have unilaterally made the decision to allow for the sale of the company. In an interview with Mother Jones , Clinton directly confronted the idea, which she said, if carried out, would oppose the American values that she promoted when she was Secretary of St... [Full Article...]

Great American Smoke Out set for Thursday

Great American Smoke Out set for Thursday Caldwell County Health Department encourages tobacco-free living during the American Cancer Society Great American Smokeout (GASO). Despite that lower rate, about 36 million Americans are current smokers and 480,000 die every year from smoking related illnesses. [Full Article...]

Gujarat elections: Sex CD goes viral, allegation is it features Hardik Patel

Gujarat elections: Sex CD goes viral, allegation is it features Hardik Patel While we wouldn't want to get into the political aspects of it we definitely are anxious about the privacy of one's personal life. The Dalit leader was referring to a 2013 case when then state home minister Amit Shah was accused of misusing his powers and police machinery for illegal surveillance of a young woman in August 2009 at the behest of his "saheb". [Full Article...]

Supreme Court takes up First Amendment challenge to California abortion law

Supreme Court takes up First Amendment challenge to California abortion law On Dec. 5, the justices will hear the case of the Colorado baker who refuses to make a wedding cake for a same-sex marriage and was charged with violating the state's civil rights law. Sekulow argues that the law violates "the principle that one can not be conscripted into acting as a ventriloquist's dummy for a government message". [Full Article...]

Word Diabetes Day: 2.1 Million women die of diabetes yearly

Word Diabetes Day: 2.1 Million women die of diabetes yearly Through this assessment, visitors can also learn how lifestyle choices and family history help determine the ultimate risk for developing the disease. We want to see a system where specialist support - from people who understand diabetes - is made available to those who need it. Remember, you are the most important member of your diabetes care team. [Full Article...]

Will new blood pressure guidelines cost Americans?

Will new blood pressure guidelines cost Americans? Tighter blood pressure guidelines from US heart organizations mean millions more people need to make lifestyle changes, or start taking medication, in order to avoid cardiovascular problems. Under the new guidelines published Monday, 46 percent of Americans now have hypertension compared to 32 percent under the former definition. "We want to be straight with people - if you already have a doubli... [Full Article...]

Use antibiotics effectively to reduce drug-resistance

Use antibiotics effectively to reduce drug-resistance WATCH: Find out more about the campaignWill you be an Antibiotic Guardian? MANY young Australians are asking for antibiotics when they don't need them. People can hand in their unused or out of date antibiotics at any of the Trust's Lloyds outpatient pharmacies based at St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, Charing Cross Hospital in Hammersmith and Hammersmith Hospital in Acton, until Wednesday 1 De... [Full Article...]

Digital Abilify pill secures first-of-its-kind FDA approval

Mitchell Mathis, director of the division of Psychiatry Products in the FDA's Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, said in a statement. Abilify MyCite ( aripiprazole tablets with sensor, Otsuka Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.) has an ingestible sensor embedded in the pill that records that the medication was taken. [Full Article...]

Sex can rarely trigger Cardiac Arrest: Recent Report

Sex can rarely trigger Cardiac Arrest: Recent Report What is more, less than half those who have a heart attack during sex are likely to get CPR or any other first aid. "For the last two decades we've been working on how to predict and prevent sudden cardiac arrest ". Dr. Sumeet Chugh , senior author of the study and a professor of medicine at Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute in Los Angeles, told CNN that the large number of people helped stren... [Full Article...]

Delhi govt's no show at NGT hearing, Supreme Court enters plea

Delhi govt's no show at NGT hearing, Supreme Court enters plea The National Green Tribunal , India's top environment court, is still reviewing the vehicle rationing scheme. On November 11, the NGT gave a conditional nod to the Delhi government's proposal to implement the odd-even scheme for five days starting from November 13. [Full Article...]

Fidget spinners with harmful lead counts for kids sold at Target

Fidget spinners with harmful lead counts for kids sold at Target She tests consumer products that concerned parents send to her, including hundreds of fidget spinners. The group continues to test other spinners from other retailers as part of its annual holiday toy testing project. The process to remove the two fidget spinners from Target stores began Friday. "We are pleased to see that Target is not selling these products online anymore", said Kara Cook-Sc... [Full Article...]

Nigeria held away in final qualifier in Algeria

John Ogu put Eagles in front with a super finish in the 62nd minute before a controversial penalty converted by Yacine Brahim gave the Fennecs a point in Constantine on Friday. "But we will always support sports but let's hope that when we do our part the executive arm of the government will also do theirs". The Super Eagles went into the break with a 0-0 scoreline. [Full Article...]


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