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Should Hormonal Therapy Be Extended Past Five Years After Estrogen+ Breast Cancer?

But researchers found a "steady" risk of tumors recurring over the next 15 years, up to 20 years after the initial diagnosis. "An informed discussion of the benefits and risks of screening mammography in older women is not complete without considering each woman's individual values, overall health status, and comorbidities", they wrote. [Full Article...]

Fog leads to major accident on Yamuna Expressway, 18 vehicles pile up

Fog leads to major accident on Yamuna Expressway, 18 vehicles pile up Around eight persons were injured, he said. That report quoted Additional Superintendent of Police of Greater Noida, Abhinandan, as saying that due to low visibility, a auto rammed into a tractor trolley, leading to a pileup involving a dozen vehicles. [Full Article...]

Blockage in Yemen would cause millions of victims, largest starvation in decades

Blockage in Yemen would cause millions of victims, largest starvation in decades The Saudi-led blockage of Yemen would cause the "largest starvation the world has seen for many decades with millions of victims", the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock said Wednesday. [Full Article...]

WHAT?! Is Tiger Zinda Hai a copycat film?

WHAT?! Is Tiger Zinda Hai a copycat film? The entire trailer promises the viewers a warlike feeling and also takes them through exotic locations. Talks on the same were in the last stages. Salman Khan is making his fans go insane before the release of his most anticipated movie Tiger Zinda Hai . [Full Article...]

Sonam Kapoor enjoys beach vibes in this stunning picture

Sonam Kapoor enjoys beach vibes in this stunning picture Kapoor recently engaged in an Q & A session with her fans, as she reached the eleventh millionth mark on her Twitter page. And Sonam replied, saying, "Trust me it's on my to-do list!" She wrote, "I want to say a big thank you to all my fans for all their support and love". [Full Article...]

IUDs cut risk of cervical cancer by one-third

The systematic review, published in Obstetrics & Gynecology on November 7, is the first to combine data from multiple studies on IUDs and cervical cancer . 'Even if the rate of cervical cancer remains steady, the actual number of women with cervical cancer is poised to explode. Understanding the mechanism of action behind the protective effect of IUDs is the next logical step, Cortessis says. [Full Article...]

Netflix users warned of email scam targeting millions of customers

Netflix users warned of email scam targeting millions of customers The scam involves an email alerting the subscriber that their account has been suspended, according to a post on the Sheriff's Department's Facebook page, which was shared from the California State Sheriffs' Association's page. Users get an email that appears to come from Netflix with the subject line, "Your Suspension Notification", and it tells users that Netflix needs them to update their bil... [Full Article...]

Start with OTC Pain Killers to Curb Opioid Abuse?

The outcomes challenge normal ER hone for treating here and now, serious agony and could provoke changes that would help keep new patients from getting to be plainly dependent. Despite the epidemic, opioid analgesics remain a first-line treatment for moderate to severe acute pain in the emergency department. The study was published November 7 in the Journal of the American Medical Association... [Full Article...]

MI ranked 18th fattest state in the U.S., study says

MI ranked 18th fattest state in the U.S., study says See how every state ranked below. The fittest state was Colorado, which had the lowest percent of obese adults, the lowest rate of physically inactive adults, and was among the five states with the lowest rate of obese children and adult with Type 2 diabetes. [Full Article...]

USA approves lab-grown insects to kill mosquitoes

Asian tiger mosquitoes are an invasive species from southeast Asia that spread diseases like Zika and dengue feaver. "It's a non-chemical way of dealing with mosquitoes, so from that perspective, you'd think it would have a lot of appeal", says David O'Brochta, an entomologist at the University of Maryland in Rockville. [Full Article...]

Four Takeaways From California's New Report on Banking and Marijuana

Four Takeaways From California's New Report on Banking and Marijuana It's estimated, according to the treasurer's report, that the industry will generate $7 billion sales exceeding $7 billion and $1 billion a year in tax revenues. "The recommendations in this report that help cannabis businesses operate like any other industry are good, but the proposals that treat it different perpetuate the problems we have in the first place", Caston said. [Full Article...]

Harry Potter AR game coming in 2018 from Pokémon GO's Niantic Labs

This actually isn't the first time mention of this project has surfaced online - an IGN interview popped up past year referencing a Harry Potter project in the works at Niantic, before it was swiftly deleted from the internet. Niantic Labs , the maker of the Pokemon GO smash hit , is expected to launch another AR (augmented reality) game for mobiles next year. The only timeframe Niantic has giv... [Full Article...]

Vikings' Bradford has knee surgery, IR possible

Vikings' Bradford has knee surgery, IR possible Bradford has played in only two games this season with one of them cut short due to a persistent knee issue flaring up. Beginning in the 2016 preseason, he suffered a potentially career-ending knee injury that would cost him his starting job on the Vikings for the next season and a half. [Full Article...]

Studies find that drinking can increase chances of getting cancer

Studies find that drinking can increase chances of getting cancer According to evidence gathered by the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), alcohol consumption is linked with an increased risk of cancer and can negatively impact cancer treatment . Among women, light drinkers have a four percent increased risk of breast cancer, while moderate drinkers have a 23 percent increased risk of the disease. [Full Article...]

Saudi's Arabia's Destabilizing Game of Petro-Thrones

Saudi's Arabia's Destabilizing Game of Petro-Thrones As is already well-known , the Saudi and Israeli common cause against perceived Iranian influence and expansion in places like Syria, Lebanon and Iraq of late has led the historic bitter enemies down a pragmatic path of unspoken cooperation as both seem to have placed the break up of the so-called "Shia crescent" as their primary policy goal in the region. [Full Article...]

Karnataka High Court rejects plea to stay Tipu Sultan Jayanti celebrations

A day after Karnataka High Court refused to stay the Tipu Sultan birth anniversary celebrations, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) workers on Wednesday protested against the planned commemoration at Town Hall in Bengaluru . [Full Article...]

NZ a 'bad option' for Manus refugees: Dutton

NZ a 'bad option' for Manus refugees: Dutton Mr O'Neill said the centre had fulfilled its objective to process asylum claims and it was time for the men to move onto new accommodation facilities. "It is time to find an alternative and conscionable solution, including accepting New Zealand's offer of resettlement and bringing the remaining detainees on Manus Island to Australia", he said, referring to an offer by New Zealand to resettle 150 M... [Full Article...]

Greeting cards being sent to sick boy who may not see Christmas

Greeting cards being sent to sick boy who may not see Christmas Thousands of strangers have responded to a terminally ill boy's wish for Christmas cards as he celebrates his favorite holiday a month early for one final time. Within just a few days of the appeal launching the family received hundreds of cards and gifts, and the messages - including from celebrities such as Arnold Schwarzenegger, Anna Kendrick and John McCain - continue to flood in. [Full Article...]

DEVELOPING: USC Upstate on lockdown after shooting near campus

DEVELOPING: USC Upstate on lockdown after shooting near campus Campus officials said the lockdown was issued as a precaution and they are awaiting further instruction from law enforcement. That lock down has been lifted, according to USC Upstate on their Twitter account. Witnesses described hearing five shots fired at the Campus Edge Apartments. Bobo said the person who was shot "isn't cooperating with our investigators". [Full Article...]

Massive Recall of Kidde Fire Extinguishers Announced

Massive Recall of Kidde Fire Extinguishers Announced In 2014, extinguishers didn't work for emergency responders who were trying to fight a vehicle fire after a crash. The 1.2 million plastic-handle extinguishers were sold between January 1, 1973, and Aug 15, 2017, while the push-button type were sold from August 11, 1995, to September 22, 2017. [Full Article...]


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