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Health Care Harvey Weinstein accuser Rose McGowan faces drugs charge
Author: 0 Harvey Weinstein accuser Rose McGowan faces drugs charge

She was released on a $5,000 bond after being arrested and booked on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. Celebrity news magazine Variety said the federal felony charge stems from a police investigation of personal belongings McGowan left on a United Airlines flight arriving at Washington Dulles International Airport in January.

Health Care Rare Amish gene may hold secret to long, healthy life
Author: 0 Rare Amish gene may hold secret to long, healthy life

Researchers studied 177 members of the Berne Amish community in IN, and found 43 who had one mutant copy of the gene, SERPINE1. Those in the Amish families lucky enough to inherit this mutation live more than 10 percent longer and have 10 percent longer telomeres (the protective caps on the ends of chromosomes) than their kin who don't have the mutation, the scientists said.

Health Care American Cancer Society urges smokers to kick habit November 16
Author: 0 American Cancer Society urges smokers to kick habit November 16

Every year since 1976, the third Thursday in November marks the American Cancer Society's " Great American Smokeout ", a day when smokers are encouraged to put down all tobacco products and formulate a plan to quit tobacco for good. "We've seen, just in the pasy year alone, we've seen a decrease in e-cigarette smoking because of the national campaign last year", said Harris. "Coalition", which helps schools, businesses, and landlords implement tobacco-free, nicotine-free policies.

Health Care New guidelines redefine what classes as high blood pressure
Author: 0 New guidelines redefine what classes as high blood pressure

If your blood pressure is too high, it might not be because of the political climate this time. Systolic blood pressure (the top number) is the blood pressure when the heart beats, while diastolic blood pressure (the bottom number) is the blood pressure between heartbeats, when the heart is at rest.

Health Care Chinese coal fuels rise in global carbon emissions
Author: 0 Chinese coal fuels rise in global carbon emissions

At the same time, the US will lobby for an increase in the use of coal. "With global Carbon dioxide emissions from human activities estimated at 41 billion tonnes for 2017, time is running out on our ability to keep warming well below 2ºC let alone 1.5ºC", Le Quéré added.

Health Care Padmavati controversy: Yogi Adityanath government urges I&B to postpone movie release date
Author: 0 Padmavati controversy: Yogi Adityanath government urges I&B to postpone movie release date

Though the Supreme Court had shot down a PIL seeking a ban on the film's screening, the state government's missive points out that the apex court had suggested that it was for CBFC to take a view on the issue - reason why the UP government has sought the centre's push in bringing the issue to the notice of film certification board whose clearance is a must for a film's release.

Health Care FDA Approves First Digital Pill
Author: 0 FDA Approves First Digital Pill

The pill's sensor sends a message to a wearable patch that transmits the information to an app, allowing patients to track the medication's ingestion on their phone. Gellad tells NPR that while Abilify MyCite might not be attractive to patients, it may appeal to caregivers and family members who worry about whether a person has taken his medication.

Author: 0 Saudi UN ambassador denies Yemen embargo

After intercepting a Riyadh bound missile last week that was sacked by the Houthi militia, Saudi Arabia tightened their embargo on Yemen, closing all air, land and sea ports with the aim of preventing the smuggling of any weapons into Yemen.

Health Care Were Analysts Bullish Brandywine Realty Trust (NYSE:BDN) This Week?
Author: 0 Were Analysts Bullish Brandywine Realty Trust (NYSE:BDN) This Week?

The stock has performed 0.71% over the last seven days, 0.76% over the last thirty, and 6.58% over the last three months. KeyBanc Capital Markets maintained Education Realty Trust, Inc. The firm has "Buy" rating given on Tuesday, February 23 by Canaccord Genuity. Investors sentiment increased to 1.03 in 2017 Q2. Its up 0.05, from 0.98 in 2017Q1.

Health Care World Antibiotic Awareness Week Kicks Off
Author: 0 World Antibiotic Awareness Week Kicks Off

Antibiotics are a precious resource, so it is important to get the right advice before taking them. For animal health, the best way to reduce antibiotic use is to promote farm management aimed at preventing infection through good practices in livestock production, aquaculture farming and crop production.

Health Care Sanders statement on HHS secretary nominee
Author: 0 Sanders statement on HHS secretary nominee

President Donald Trump has picked a pharma insider to oversee the HHS . "He had full responsibility as deputy secretary for the regulatory processes at HHS". "He will be a star for better healthcare and lower drug prices", Trump said in a post on Twitter. Wyden said he'll ask Azar to take "take decisive, meaningful action to curtail the runaway train of prescription drug costs".

Health Care I&B curtain falls on Nude, S Durga
Author: 0 I&B curtain falls on Nude, S Durga

Several Iranian films on homosexuality, a topic which is considered off limits in the country, such as Be Like Others and Circumstances, have made it big at global films festivals like Sundance. He added that there is a likelihood of the ministry arguing that it was rejected because it was not a technically complete film. According to the petition, the ministry "arbitrarily vetoed the decision of the jury without any authority of law, and excluded the petitioner's film from the Indian ...

Health Care Army Lifts Ban on Recruits With Some Mental Illnesses
Author: 0 Army Lifts Ban on Recruits With Some Mental Illnesses

Elaine Donnelly, founder and president of the Center for Military Readiness, told The Daily Caller News Foundation that although the Army is now insisting that there hasn't been any reversal of the ban on recruits with serious mental health issues or a history of self-mutilation, the fact is that the Army shouldn't be issuing any waivers for these conditions at all.

Author: 0 FDA Issues Warning Against Kratom, A Naturally Occurring but Unapproved Plant

He said that calls to US poison control centers involving kratom increased 10-fold between 2010 and 2015, and that the herb is associated with side effects including seizures, liver damage and withdrawal symptoms. Tablets of the opioid-based Hydrocodone at a pharmacy in Portsmouth, Ohio, June 21, 2017. Anita Gupta, an osteopathic anesthesiologist and licensed pharmacist, has expressed concern about an increase in the use of kratom among her chronic pain patients.

Health Care Volunteers needed! Knit or crochet a tiny red cap for a baby
Author: 0 Volunteers needed! Knit or crochet a tiny red cap for a baby

Donated hats should be dropped off or mailed by December 1, to the American Heart Association, ATTN: Little Hats, Big Hearts, 5 Brookside Drive, Wallingford, CT 06492. Donations of yarn are also accepted. "Little Hats, Big Hearts" started in 2014 in Chicago and quickly expanded nation-wide. To find out where you should send your finished hats, you can visit the website and select your state.

Author: 0 Rancho Tehama Shooting: Full Story & Must-See Updates

The six-year-old child reportedly had two gunshot wounds and another child was reportedly shot in the leg. KCRA reports officers are investigating at least five scenes in the school and the surrounding area. Rancho Tehama is a community of about 3,500 northwest of Corning. According to local law enforcement, there were "multiple victims in multiple locations".

Health Care Despite Threats From Owners, Jerry Jones Says He Won't Stop Fighting Goodell
Author: 0 Despite Threats From Owners, Jerry Jones Says He Won't Stop Fighting Goodell

Which is fitting, given that the lawsuit would arise from Jones' objection to the many millions to be paid to Commissioner Roger Goodell under his next contract. "Roger has nearly 18 months [left before his contract expires]", Jones said. We've got all the time in the world to evaluate what we're doing. "We need to slow this train down".

Author: 0 Gov't approves first-ever med with digital tracking system

Mitchell Mathis of the FDA said in statement . However, the FDA approved prescribing information for Abilify MyCite that notes the abilty of the product to improve patient compliance has not been shown. The FDA advises that patients should be monitored for this condition. The invention is intended for patients with mental illnesses who don't always take their medication or may be forgetful, which could potentially put the success of their treatment in jeopardy.

Health Care Bomb Scare Panic INEC Secretariat — Metro Anambra Election
Author: 0 Bomb Scare Panic INEC Secretariat — Metro Anambra Election

According to him, "Whether you vote or not, it does not change anything". "Armed Police detachments on patrol vehicles are going to patrol the streets and other locations throughout the state to prevent crime and intervene to quell any violence that may occur during the election".

Health Care Mikel returns as Super Eagles face Argentina today
Author: 0 Mikel returns as Super Eagles face Argentina today

Worldwide friendlies - Follow the Football match between Argentina and Nigeria live with Eurosport. What channel is Argentina v Nigeria on? In the past encounters, the Super Eagles have lost five times , winning once and sharing the spoils on an occasion.

Health Care Top 10 healthy food items that regulate blood sugar
Author: 0 Top 10 healthy food items that regulate blood sugar

At least 29,000 people in Suffolk now live with the condition, which if not managed correctly can result in serious health complications such as blindness, kidney failure, stroke and loss of limbs. Diabetes, often referred to by doctors as Diabetes Mellitus, describes a group of metabolic diseases in which the person has high blood glucose (blood sugar), either because insulin production is inadequate, or because the body's cells do not respond properly to insulin, or both.

Health Care Prisoner shot dead in Rohini court, second incident in six months
Author: 0 Prisoner shot dead in Rohini court, second incident in six months

The victim was produced by the staff of the Third Battalion in Rohini Court, said Rishi Pal, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Rohini). He said police had not ascertained the reason behind the murder. He was rushed to the Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar Hospital where doctors declared him dead on arrival. A 27-year-old Rakesh Mehra, an advocate, told The Statesman, "After shooting, the accused surrendered before police".

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