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Delhi pollution: Air still very poor but rain may bring respite

Delhi pollution: Air still very poor but rain may bring respite Burgeoning air pollution in New Delhi has evoked anger and embarrassment in equal measure. A lot has been said for and against this since Sunday and Gautam Gambhir added his take to all of this, taking a dig at the political leadership as he highlighted the Air Quality Index "scorecard". [Full Article...]

Max Hospital found guilty in newborn baby death case

Max Hospital found guilty in newborn baby death case The newborn, who was declared dead at Max Hospital in New Delhi's Shalimar Bagh but later found alive last week, died during his treatment at another medical facility in Delhi on Wednesday, according to reports. Hospital records and surveillance footage is now under review. Two hours later, doctors declared the baby boy dead, CNN reported Saturday. Even if the baby survives, he/she is spec... [Full Article...]

Spanking linked to dating violence

Spanking linked to dating violence Now that they're in their late teens and early '20s, he had a new set of question for them. Dr. Temple says it's easy to see how that connection forms a child's mind. "Parents are a child's first look at relationships and how conflicts are handled". Temple says it just adds to the evidence that corporal punishment has negative long-term effects - such as aggression and mental health problems... [Full Article...]

Steven N'Zonzi In London To Solve Future

Steven N'Zonzi In London To Solve Future N'Zonzi has flown to London this week, albeit to see his daughter who lives in England, but reports in Spain claim he will use the trip to iron out the finer details of a move to the Gunners ahead of a €40million January transfer. Speaking to France Football , he said: "My future is clearly elsewhere than in Seville". N'Zonzi has spoken to France Football (via AS) about his current proble... [Full Article...]

ICE Arrests in US Rose by 42% in 2017

ICE Arrests in US Rose by 42% in 2017 Thomas Homan , ICE Deputy Director, said , according to Mic. In February, then-Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly scrapped the previous administration's instructions to limit deportations to public safety threats, convicted criminals and recent border crossers, effectively making anyone vulnerable who is in the country illegally. [Full Article...]

Hand washing can keep kids healthy this flu season

Hand washing can keep kids healthy this flu season The Centers for Disease Control's effectiveness studies measure laboratory-confirmed flu illnesses that result in a doctor's visit or those that result in hospitalization. This season, only injectable flu vaccines are recommended. Experts worry because the H3N2 portion of the vaccine used here in the U.S.is identical to the one used in Australia. [Full Article...]

Obama addresses mayors' summit on climate change in Chicago

Obama addresses mayors' summit on climate change in Chicago Other mayors expected to attend include Ed Lee of San Francisco, Valerie Plante of Montreal and Miguel Angel Mancera of Mexico City. In June, Trump announced the U.S' withdrawal from the historic global climate agreement reached in 2015, joining only two countries, Syria and Nicaragua, in rejecting the deal. [Full Article...]

PDP rules out special concession for Atiku, others

PDP rules out special concession for Atiku, others While speaking on the circumstances of Atiku's defection to the PDP, Makarfi said the former vice-president never asked for any special concession, nor did the party offer him one before his return to the party. "Not only me but some serving governors, members of National Assembly and other known party leaders across the country that have to decide their political future elsewhere", he said. [Full Article...]

36 killed from #Listeriosis outbreak

36 killed from #Listeriosis outbreak The disease causes flu-like symptoms and can lead to nausea, diarrhoea, infection of the bloodstream and brain. By the end of last month, 557 cases had been confirmed, compared with about 80 cases annually in past years. Although anyone can get #Listeriosis, those at high risk include newborns, the elderly, pregnant women, persons with weak immunity such as those with HIV, diabetes, cancer, chro... [Full Article...]

World Health Organization backs Philippines suspension of Sanofi's dengue vaccine

World Health Organization backs Philippines suspension of Sanofi's dengue vaccine The Philippine Department of Health put on hold its 3.5 billion peso ($69.5 million) public dengue immunisation drive launched past year - the world's first such public programme - after the study was released last week. Anvisa did not immediately respond to a request for comment. A spokesman for Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said on Sunday the government would hold to account those ... [Full Article...]

Demand Goretzka in 'final phase' of deciding future

Demand Goretzka in 'final phase' of deciding future Schalke remain eager to keep hold of Goretzka. Along with Bayern, all of Manchester City , Tottenham , Arsenal , Liverpool , Juventus and Barcelona have been linked with moves for Goretzka, with the Gunners having reportedly already set up negotiations with the German's representatives for January. [Full Article...]

Alabama to play Clemson in Sugar Bowl for CFP semifinal

Alabama to play Clemson in Sugar Bowl for CFP semifinal Since then, Alabama, now becoming the only team to play in all four years of the CFP, is 3-1 in playoff games. The other semifinal is at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, where No. This will be Clemson's second appearance in the Allstate Sugar Bowl, the first since the 1958 season. "It had been a long time since Alabama had won a National Championship". [Full Article...]

Pope Francis meets Rohingya refugees

Pope Francis meets Rohingya refugees Thus, when he avoided calling the Rohingya by name on his visit to Myanmar, human rights groups accused him of finally selling out to the opportunist diplomacy of the Vatican. Residents have said scores of Rohingya villages were burnt to the ground, people were killed and women were raped. A deadly attack by Rohingya militants on police posts in late August sparked a ferocious crackdown in Rakhi... [Full Article...]

Woman gives birth after uterus transplant - a first in the US

Woman gives birth after uterus transplant - a first in the US Similar clinical trials have worked in Sweden, but Texas' go at the medical procedure was the first successful try outside of Europe. Hospital spokesman Craig Civale confirmed Friday that the birth had taken place, but said no other details are available. [Full Article...]

Manafort tried to pen positive op-ed on Ukraine work -special counsel

Manafort tried to pen positive op-ed on Ukraine work -special counsel In a filing Monday, lawyers for the special counsel's office wrote Manafort has, as late as November 30, been ghost-writing an op-ed with an unnamed Russian colleague "regarding his political work for Ukraine". The bail agreement the lawyers appeared to have reached would have freed him from house arrest and Global Positioning System monitoring while asking him to post more than $11 million in... [Full Article...]

Bryan Singer Has Been Fired From The Freddie Mercury Biopic

Bryan Singer Has Been Fired From The Freddie Mercury Biopic Malek also reportedly filed complaints to Fox, citing Singer's disappearing acts as contributing to his unreliability and overall unprofessionalism. Tom Hollander also reportedly quit his role as band manager Jim Beach before being convinced to return to the movie. [Full Article...]

Ravens Jimmy Smith suspended 4 games

Ravens Jimmy Smith suspended 4 games Smith has played his entire seven-year career with the Ravens after being their first-round pick in 2011. Smith withdrew his appeal and will begin serving the suspension immediately. This puts a smudge on what had been Smith's finest season in the NFL. Humphrey came in for Smith against the Lions on Sunday and was quickly beat for two deep balls by Marvin Jones , however, Humphrey did come up w... [Full Article...]

Cheese Tied to Lower Heart Disease Risk

Cheese Tied to Lower Heart Disease Risk Cheese-lovers rejoice because apparently having a little bit of the gooey goodness every day can reduce your risk of having a heart attack. Cheese contains high levels of vitamins, proteins, and minerals which help fight cardiovascular disease. [Full Article...]

Biocon rallies over 14% on FDA approval for Herceptin biosimilar version

The FDA in September approved Amgen Inc's biosimilar version of Avastin. "This is especially important when it comes to diseases like cancer, that have a high cost burden for patients", said FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb. The FDA's approval of the biosimilar is based on review of evidence that included extensive structural and functional characterization, animal study data, human pharmacokin... [Full Article...]

'Flu-pocalypse' Predicted Due To Ineffective Flu Shots, Doctors Say

'Flu-pocalypse' Predicted Due To Ineffective Flu Shots, Doctors Say The figure below shows peak flu activity for the United States by month for the 1982-1983 through 2015-2016 flu seasons. Flu season is underway, and health officials say there are signs the vaccination may only be 10 percent effective against the main strain. [Full Article...]


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