Medical

Bank of England regulator warns of 'extra burden' over Brexit planning

Bank of England regulator warns of 'extra burden' over Brexit planning But he stopped short of saying what sort of transition he wanted in a reply to Nicky Morgan, new chair of parliament's Treasury Select Committee, who asked him this month for his views on the design of such a period. "The potential extra burden on the PRA's resources, and the risk that may pose to its objectives, is an issue that I'm sure the committee will want to monitor". [Full Article...]

Al-Qaeda cleared by US-UAE offensive in Yemen

Al-Qaeda cleared by US-UAE offensive in Yemen Al-Qaida has exploited more than two years of civil war between President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi's internationally-backed government and the Iran-aligned Houthis to try to deepen its influence in Yemen, repeatedly launching bomb and gun attacks on security forces, government officials and compounds. [Full Article...]

MSU's Sierakowski Named to 2017 Men's MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List

MSU's Sierakowski Named to 2017 Men's MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List Since the MAC Hermann Trophy's inception, students from current Big Ten schools have earned the award 13 times (11 men and two women ), with Penn State's Raquel Rodriguez the Big Ten's most recent MAC Hermann Trophy recipient in 2015. During Penn State's NCAA Title run in 2015, Ogle started all 27 matches, netted 19 points on seven goals and five assists. The MAC Hermann Trophy Watch Lists ... [Full Article...]

Uber driver busted transporting fentanyl, heroin for drug ring

Uber driver busted transporting fentanyl, heroin for drug ring The drugs were taken to the DEA's labs for testing; according to the agency, "The street value of the drugs seized is estimated at a minimum of $3 million, but could be millions of dollars more depending on the potency and proportion of fentanyl to heroin ". [Full Article...]

Over-mothered puppies more likely to fail Dog training

Over-mothered puppies more likely to fail Dog training The researchers believe that this over-protecting mother, may explain the 30% failure of these dogs in the breeding program and training of guide dogs for the blind organization "The Seeing Eye", in New Jersey, who participated in this research. [Full Article...]

Brain study: Women are wired to better leaders

Brain study: Women are wired to better leaders SPECT revealed a difference in the circulation areas of the Central nervous system, which are most of all interested scientists. The parts of the brain linked with vision and coordination were more active among men . This may explain their greater capacity for empathy, collaboration, self-control, and intuition. Women have significantly higher rates of Alzheimer's disease , depression - whi... [Full Article...]

Hyderabad engineering student dies after illegal abortion

Hyderabad engineering student dies after illegal abortion The girl, however, experienced heavy bleeding and fell unconscious. The girl's father Mahesh Kalluri has filed a complaint against his daughter's boyfriend and the doctor. The police were trying to find out if the hospital violated the guidelines by the Indian Medical Council and District Medical and Health Officer for abortions reports IANS. [Full Article...]

Centre appoints Dipak Misra as next Chief Justice of India

Centre appoints Dipak Misra as next Chief Justice of India Justice Dipak Misra, who led the Supreme Court bench that confirmed death to four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang-rape case in May this year, will succeed Chief Justice JS Khehar as the next Chief Justice of India. Justice Mishra, a former Chief Justice of Patna and Delhi High Court will be replacing the current serving Justice JS Khehar, who will be retiring on August 27. [Full Article...]

Pa., many others, under-reported heroin, painkiller overdose deaths, analysis says

Pa., many others, under-reported heroin, painkiller overdose deaths, analysis says Pennsylvania's opioid drug and heroin death rates are far worse than previously reported and are among the worst in the nation, according to a study published Monday in the American Journal of Preventative Medicine. "As part of the ongoing strategy to address the opioid crisis, the administration is working on creating a public facing data dashboard to centralize and streamline information regar... [Full Article...]

Four in 10 maternity wards in England closed in 2016

Four in 10 maternity wards in England closed in 2016 A total of 42 out of 96 hospitals said they imposed the rule at least once during 2016. A spokesperson for the trust said: "Our two maternity units at University Hospital of North Durham and Darlington Memorial Hospital never close". Mr Ashworth continued: "The uncertainty for so many women just when they need the NHS most is unthinkable". Expectant mums in the region are among those who fac... [Full Article...]

Lawyer awaits United Kingdom cybersecurity expert's release

Lawyer awaits United Kingdom cybersecurity expert's release District Court in Milwaukee said on Tuesday. U.S. Magistrate Judge Nancy Koppe in Las Vegas said when she set bail at $30,000 that he could be released Monday. Other charges he faces are distributing and advertising an electronic communication interception device, attempting to intercept electronic communications and trying to access a computer without authorization. [Full Article...]

Pakistani baby successfully operated in India dies two months later at home

Pakistani baby successfully operated in India dies two months later at home On June 14th Rohaan underwent heart surgery at Jaypee hospital, Noida. His parents were very happy with the surgery and had profusely thanked the doctors at the hospital and Minister of External Affairs Sushma Swaraj for helping them out. [Full Article...]

Australian woman swallows braces wire 10 years ago, didn't know

Australian woman swallows braces wire 10 years ago, didn't know Objects left behind can often cause a range of health issues and even death. Doctors were able to detect the metallic wire-shaped object in her abdomen after a CT scan. Therefore, the only explanation was that she had swallowed a piece of wire from it. The filament clocked in at just under three inches. But what makes this case so unusual is that the item stuck around for so long without causing... [Full Article...]

Homes Now Condemned at Site of Massive Florida Sinkhole

Homes Now Condemned at Site of Massive Florida Sinkhole Two homes were swallowed when the sink hole appeared on July 14. Authorities in Pasco County, a suburban area north of Tampa, said in a news release Monday that another home was being condemned. "If you look at the 30 and 40 year pictures here, apparently where some of those homes were located was in the middle of a lake", Tobin said. Tobin said the main contractor says they expect to be done ... [Full Article...]

Lisa Haydon’s breastfeeding picture has taken the internet by storm!

Lisa Haydon’s breastfeeding picture has taken the internet by storm! Kudos to Lisa for talking about such an important and relevant issue. Image SourceWhile there is a lot of taboo associated with breastfeeding in our country, Lisa took to Instagram to write about how breastfeeding has helped her get back her body and connect with her child on a different level. [Full Article...]

Copper cocktail mugs can be poisonous, health officials say

Copper cocktail mugs can be poisonous, health officials say It seems that when these metals come in contact with substances with a pH level lower then six, copper may leak into the liquid contained in the mug and thus be accidentally consumed by the cocktail drinker. If you can not give up the fancy way to serve the cocktail, there is still a solution. The side effects of copper poisoning include stomach pains, yellowing of the skin, diarrhea and vomi... [Full Article...]

United Nations condemns brutality of Yemen war after air strikes on civilians

United Nations condemns brutality of Yemen war after air strikes on civilians According to medical officials, the the youngest of those killed was a two-year-old infant. Mr McGoldrick expressed "deep concern" about the attack in an official statement in which he accused the coalition of violating global law. The Houthis now control much of the country's north, including the area where Sunday's deadly airstrike took place. It was not clear if the house was hit by mistake... [Full Article...]

Computers Can Sense Depression Clues In Your Instagram Pics

Computers Can Sense Depression Clues In Your Instagram Pics They analysed around 44,000 photos and used findings from well-established psychology research to look for clues in Instagram images that could reveal the user's state of mind . "Obviously you know your friends better than a computer", points out Professor Christopher Danforth, the study's other co-author, "but you might not, as a person casually flipping through Instagram, be as good at dete... [Full Article...]

Now a device that heals organs with a single touch

Now a device that heals organs with a single touch The technology has not yet been tested on humans, but researchers at Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center applied the technology to the injured leg of a mouse where scans showed no blood flow. Researchers, led by one of Indian-origin, have developed a new device that can non-invasively convert skin cells into elements of any organ with a single touch, a finding that may help fix injured t... [Full Article...]

Malayalam actor Dileep's judicial remand extended

Malayalam actor Dileep's judicial remand extended Video conferencing in the case was first made on July 25 when Dileep appeared before the court via "Skype" after police raised security concerns. Recently Raman Pilla Associate advocates Philip Varghese and Sujeesh Nair had met Dileep and got him to sign on the Waqalat nama. [Full Article...]


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