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Health Care National Anthem in cinema halls: Govt forms panel to review rule
Author: 0 National Anthem in cinema halls: Govt forms panel to review rule

It said the committee has to consider a wide range of issues relating to the national anthem, and have extensive discussions with various ministries. On November 30, 2016, a Supreme Court Bench led by Justice Dipak Misra, before he became the CJI, had directed that "all cinema halls shall play the National Anthem before the feature film starts and all present are obliged to stand to show respect".

Health Care Google Doodle glorifies DNA researcher Har Gobind Khorana on his birthday
Author: 0 Google Doodle glorifies DNA researcher Har Gobind Khorana on his birthday

Nobel prize victor, Dr. Khorana obtained a degree in Punjab University in Lahore and lived in British India till 1945. The words code instructions for arranging amino acids, the basic units of proteins. The tiny engineered organism was a massive leap forward, helping launch the biotechnology sector and blazing a trail for scientists looking to manipulate life at its most fundamental levels, including recent work on editing genomes using the CRISPR/Cas9 system.

Health Care Mt. Washington Tied for Second Coldest on Earth
Author: 0 Mt. Washington Tied for Second Coldest on Earth

The temperature atop New Hampshire's Mount Washington plummeted early Saturday to an astonishing minus 36 degrees Fahrenheit, making it one of the coldest places on the planet. As of Saturday morning, the wind was gusting at over 100 miles per hour at the summit, which is 6,288 feet above sea level, according to the observatory's website.

Health Care Woman Dies Of Flesh-Eating Infection After Eating Raw Oysters
Author: 0 Woman Dies Of Flesh-Eating Infection After Eating Raw Oysters

Bowers said the first signs of LeBlanc's illness suggested an allergic reaction. About 80,000 cases of vibriosis are diagnosed in the United States each year with most of the illnesses coming from eating raw shellfish. Reflecting on her partner and the life they shared, Bergquist said, "She was a great person, laughed a lot, loved her family, loved her dad". Severe cases-like LeBlanc's-can be fatal.

Health Care Drinking alcohol causes cancer by 'damaging DNA'
Author: 0 Drinking alcohol causes cancer by 'damaging DNA'

Professor Linda Bauld , Cancer Research UK's expert on cancer prevention, said: "This thought-provoking research highlights the damage alcohol can do to our cells, costing some people more than just a hangover". "While some damage occurs by chance, our findings suggest that drinking alcohol can increase the risk of this damage". The first line of defence is a family of enzymes called aldehyde dehydrogenases (ALDH).

Health Care Romaine lettuce linked with E.coli
Author: 0 Romaine lettuce linked with E.coli

In Canada, the total number of infections is at 41, with 1 death and 17 hospitalizations. However, the type of E. coli making people ill resembles that linked to a similar recent outbreak in Canada, where the Public Health Agency of Canada identified romaine lettuce as the source, the CDC said.

Health Care Microsoft's Spectre fix bricks PCs with older AMD CPUs
Author: 0 Microsoft's Spectre fix bricks PCs with older AMD CPUs

The two bugs, nicknamed Meltdown and Spectre , affect nearly every device made in the past 20 years, including AMD, ARM , and Intel systems and processors. Microsoft patched Windows against the vulnerabilities on Wednesday, but said certain systems would not receive the patch on release , due to a clash with some anti-virus software.

Health Care Blood shortage prompts urgent call for blood, platelet donations
Author: 0 Blood shortage prompts urgent call for blood, platelet donations

The RED25 program is aimed at uniting workplaces, community groups, schools and universities across the country to save lives through blood donations. It can take 24 to 36 hours to collect, test, process and distribute blood where it's needed. Individuals who are 17 years of age in most states (16 with parental consent where allowed by state law), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood.

Health Care HP to offer replacement for 50000 faulty laptop batteries
Author: 0 HP to offer replacement for 50000 faulty laptop batteries

The lithium-ion batteries for were shipped or sold as accessories for HP ProBooks (64x G2 and G3 series, 65x G2 and G3 series), HPx360 310 G2, HP Envy m6, HP Pavilion x360, HP 11, HP ZBook (17 G3, 17 G4, and Studio G3) Mobile Workstations. The voluntary safety recall was initiated this month, with HP offering replacements for affected units. During the reboot process, an option will be presented to enable Battery Safety Mode.

Health Care Schools closed, delayed, Monday due to icy conditions
Author: 0 Schools closed, delayed, Monday due to icy conditions

Monday afternoon. In Ohio, Chesapeake Union schools, Fairland Local schools, Portsmouth City schools, Rock Hill Local schools, and Symmes Valley schools are closed. Most central office employees will report at 10:00 am unless directed by their immediate supervisor to report earlier. Transit drivers should report at 10 a.m.as well.

Health Care Four More Flu-Related Deaths Reported in Iowa
Author: 0 Four More Flu-Related Deaths Reported in Iowa

His call has come after fears that a surge in the number of people being admitted to hospital with the condition may put already overstretched hospital accident and emergency departments under even more pressure. Those antiviral medications are used to decrease symptoms and the duration of the flu by days, Srivastava said. That means people should be getting vaccinated, staying hydrated, practicing good hygiene and washing their hands often.

Health Care Haley's Iran Session at UN Turns Into Defense of Nuclear Deal
Author: 0 Haley's Iran Session at UN Turns Into Defense of Nuclear Deal

Also Russia claimed the U.S.'s goal in calling for the meeting was to undermine the 2015 deal between Tehran and six world powers, which was criticized and threatened by the Trump administration at the meeting. Furthermore, U.S. -allied France and the United Kingdom defended the the Iran nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action on Iran's nuclear program, and noted Iran's compliance.

Health Care India's GDP grows 6.3 percent, up from 5.7 percent
Author: 0 India's GDP grows 6.3 percent, up from 5.7 percent

In 2017-18, the manufacturing sector is predicted to grow by 4.6 per cent, down from 7.9 per cent in 2016-17, as per the first advance estimates released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on Friday. "While this gives the impression of a downturn, in reality, growth has bottomed out in the first quarter of the current year and is now on a recovery".

Health Care Killed, National-Level Powerlifter Hurt In Road Accident
Author: 0 Killed, National-Level Powerlifter Hurt In Road Accident

The injured players include powerlifting world champion Saksham Yadav and another player identified as Bali. A senior police officer said the speed of the vehicle was very high, adding there were some bottles around and the possibility of drink driving can not be ruled out.

Health Care It's 'raining' Iguanas in Florida
Author: 0 It's 'raining' Iguanas in Florida

Ron Magill of the Miami Zoo told WPLG TV about a man who collected sleeping iguanas and threw them into the back of his station wagon. Iguanas are not the only reptiles being affected by the cold snap in the Southeast this week. Native to Central and South America, iguanas are known for eating through landscaping and digging holes that undermine infrastructure. They can grow over 5 feet long, and their droppings can be a potential source of salmonella bacteria , which causes food ...

Health Care Romaine Lettuce Might Be Tainted with Deadly E. Coli, Experts Warn
Author: 0 Romaine Lettuce Might Be Tainted with Deadly E. Coli, Experts Warn

There are 41 cases of E-coli under investigation by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Newfoundland and Labrador as of December 28. The Public Health Agency of Canada is also investigating has reported 41 illnesses and has identified romaine lettuce as the cause of the illnesses.

Health Care Romaine Lettuce Linked To Food Poisoning Outbreak In Canada
Author: 0 Romaine Lettuce Linked To Food Poisoning Outbreak In Canada

No fewer than 58 people took ill in the U.S. and Canada in the past seven weeks, while two died from unsafe strain of Escherichia coli (E. coli) bacteria, the U.S. The CDC has been keeping a close eye on E. coli outbreak and says this particular strain can result in some extremely severe symptoms as well as kidney failure and death.

Health Care Nigerian Troops Rescue Another Chibok Schoolgirl Abducted By Boko Haram
Author: 0 Nigerian Troops Rescue Another Chibok Schoolgirl Abducted By Boko Haram

The Nigerian Army , in a statement issued by Col Onyema Nwachukwu, Deputy Director, Public Relations, Theatre Command, Operation Lafiya Dole, identified the rescued girl as Salomi Pagu . According to them, about 700 insurgents have also surrendered to troops in the general area of Monguno following troops' clearance operations which will be tenaciously sustained.

Health Care CDC prepares Americans for a possible nuclear war
Author: 0 CDC prepares Americans for a possible nuclear war

However, "planning and preparation can lessen deaths and illnesses", the CDC says. "Join us for this session of Grand Rounds to learn what public health programs have done on a federal, state, and local level to prepare for a nuclear detonation", urges the CDC email advising people on one of the agency's mailing lists about the session.

Author: 0 Kiernan Shipka Cast as Sabrina in New TV Series!

Kiernan Shipka has landed the lead role in Netflix's Riverdale spinoff based on Sabrina the teenage witch , Tracking Board has learned. Are you guys excited to see Kiernan Shipka as Sabrina? In the reboot, Sabrina will be presented as an "empowered young woman, half-human, half-witch" who is "intelligent, compassionate and fearless to the point of recklessness".

Health Care How cold is it? Snow is falling in Florida
Author: 0 How cold is it? Snow is falling in Florida

Florida has seen its first snowfall in three decades as a rare winter storm hit the southeast of the U.S. on Wednesday. In Tallahassee, Florida State University announced that classes would remain closed Wednesday. The last time locals saw that much snow was in December 1989. The National Weather Service said the rapidly deepening area of low pressure off Florida's east coast will move northeastward bringing snow to the southern mid-Atlantic coast and then to New England as it moves ...

Health Care Florida State to hire Michigan State's Harlon Barnett
Author: 0 Florida State to hire Michigan State's Harlon Barnett

He was an All-American safety at Michigan State , and played in the National Football League before ultimately coaching defensive backs in college at a few spots before ultimately going back to Michigan State in 2007. Barnett's salary is listed at $452,570, according to the USA Today database of coach's salaries. It was the fifth time in the last seven seasons the Spartans have been in the top 25 in the nation in pass-efficiency defense.

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