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Health Care SEC insists on forensic exercise on Oando Plc
Author: 0 SEC insists on forensic exercise on Oando Plc

While passing it's motion, the House directed that status quo be maintained until the outcome of the investigation to be carried out by the House of Representatives Committee on Capital Market and Institutions within two weeks. The Nigerian people should be told why the infractions of Oando will be swept under the carpet. Mr. Keyamo also said the investigation should show whether or not Mr.

Health Care Eating Cheese Every Day Might Actually Be Good for You
Author: 0 Eating Cheese Every Day Might Actually Be Good for You

Those who got the most benefit were eating about a matchbook sized serving of cheese a day. "[But the findings were] certainly different from what people might expect". As noted in the study, cheese is also a good source of vitamins, minerals, and protein, which also may be "cardiovascular protective properties". That means there could be other reasons why cheese lovers have lower risks for stroke and heart disease.

Health Care Record-setting 17-foot python caught in Everglades
Author: 0 Record-setting 17-foot python caught in Everglades

The Burmese python, which is considered one of the largest snakes in the world, is native to Asia and an invasive species to the Everglades, according to the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Leon's Friday catch bested the hunt's previous record, held by hunter Dusty Crum who caught a 16-foot, 11-inch snake last week. Smith added the python program has been the "most successful endeavor in trying to make a dent in the population", eliminating at least 743 snakes (some of ...

Health Care Birth control linked to 20% higher risk of breast cancer
Author: 0 Birth control linked to 20% higher risk of breast cancer

WEDNESDAY, Dec. 6, 2017 (HealthDay News) - Newer versions of the birth control pill carry a similar increased risk of breast cancer as earlier ones that were abandoned in the 1990s, a new study reveals. "But we should make an individual assessment-doctor and a woman, together-to see what is the most appropriate thing for her to use". A large study of women in Denmark finds that using hormone-based contraceptives for at least 5 years increases the risk for breast cancer by 20%.

Author: 0 17 million babies breathing toxic air worldwide

Brain development in the first 1,000 days of a child's life is critical for their learning, growth and for them "being able to do everything that they want and aspire to in life", he said. Air pollution potentially affects children's brains through several mechanisms. California was found to have the most polluted air in the country, with Los Angeles ranking highest for ozone pollution and Visalia the top city for year-round particle pollution.

Author: 0 Ola suspends driver accused of molesting woman in Bengaluru

According to the woman, the driver suddenly stopped the auto and started molesting her by touching her legs. Ola said in a statement today that it had zero tolerance to such incidents and the driver had been suspended on receiving the complaint.

Health Care Trump calls on Saudi Arabia to lift Yemen blockade
Author: 0 Trump calls on Saudi Arabia to lift Yemen blockade

Yami called for a serious and resolute stance, and to move at all levels politically, diplomatically and militarily, to form a united Arab front. Saleh's son Salah said on Facebook Tuesday that he won't receive condolences for his father's death until "after avenging the blood" of the former leader.

Health Care 5.5-magnitude quake hits India's northern state
Author: 0 5.5-magnitude quake hits India's northern state

After this people understood that the quake has come. It struck at 8:49 pm, at a depth of 30 kilometres, according to the Indian Meteorological Department. It falls in the Himalayan region. Many people took to Twitter just after they felt the quake. This is the second quake in Uttarakhand in the past 24 hours.

Health Care Two doctors fired after 'dead' baby wakes up on way to funeral
Author: 0 Two doctors fired after 'dead' baby wakes up on way to funeral

The baby was being treated at a hospital in Pitampura. On Sunday, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal said there should be a legal framework to check "open loot" and "criminal negligence" by private hospitals, in the wake of the premature baby being wrongly declared dead by a city-based private hospital.

Health Care N'Zonzi eyes Sevilla exit amid Premier League interest
Author: 0 N'Zonzi eyes Sevilla exit amid Premier League interest

His midfield companion Guido Pizarro was not much better, provoking N'Zonzi to question whether Berizzo favoured him because he is a fellow Argentine. The midfielder explained what happened at half-time of the 3-3 draw with Liverpool: "We were 3-0 down at half-time". What does that mean? The former England coach signed N'Zonzi from Amiens for Blackburn in a £500,000 deal during June 2009 and the midfielder quickly became an integral part of the Rovers squad.

Health Care Recent news about flu shot effectiveness causing confusion
Author: 0 Recent news about flu shot effectiveness causing confusion

Flu season has arrived early to North America this year, and it may end up being a doozy. The Centers for Disease Control says confirmed cases are at just over 7,000. Experts worry because the H3N2 portion of the vaccine used here in the U.S.is identical to the one used in Australia. The Journal noted that another factor in the vaccine's ineffectiveness this year is the way it's made, using eggs to grow the strains.

Health Care Around 50 leaders set for Paris climate summit
Author: 0 Around 50 leaders set for Paris climate summit

Emanuel, a onetime White House chief of staff under Obama, says local leaders will "make meaningful commitments" to solutions. Former President Barack Obama was invited to the summit and addressed the mayors, which included Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo and San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee.

Health Care Treatment of Rohingya May Contain Elements of Genocide — UN Official
Author: 0 Treatment of Rohingya May Contain Elements of Genocide — UN Official

Amnesty International has also documented how Myanmar's security forces are committing wide-ranging violations against other ethnic minorities, in particular in Kachin and northern Shan States. He noted his office had sent three teams to Bangladesh this year to monitor the situation and interview refugees. Rights groups welcomed the resolution and called for perpetrators of the violence to be held accountable for their actions.

Health Care Health Minister confirms outbreak of Listeriosis in South Africa
Author: 0 Health Minister confirms outbreak of Listeriosis in South Africa

That is as much as 10 times the usual annual rate of 60-80 cases recorded. A total of 557 cases have been confirmed so far, according to health minister Aaron Motsoaledi. Dr Motsoaledi stated 36 people have died due to the disease. "The remaining 18% is distributed in the remaining six provinces‚" Motsoaledi said. Motsoaledi says the department believes the outbreak's most likely possible source is contamination of food at its origin e.g.

Health Care Why Atiku may not vote at PDP convention
Author: 0 Why Atiku may not vote at PDP convention

Majority of the people TVC News spoke to described Atiku as a desperate politician who has come to the end of his career. He says the PDP has opened its gate for all who left the party and all who are willing to return and to contest on a level playing ground with those who have remained are welcomed.

Health Care Philippines Orders Probe Into Sanofi Dengue Vaccine for 730000 Children
Author: 0 Philippines Orders Probe Into Sanofi Dengue Vaccine for 730000 Children

Health Assistant Secretary and infectious disease specialist Lyndon Lee Suy said they will continuously monitor the condition of Filipino recipients who already received doses of the vaccine. However, the manufacturer of the vaccine, French drug company Sanofi Pasteur , announced recently the vaccine must be strictly limited due to evidence it can worsen dengue in people not previously exposed to the infection.

Health Care Woman in U.S. gives birth after uterus transplant surgery
Author: 0 Woman in U.S. gives birth after uterus transplant surgery

The woman who gave birth on Friday - the hospital is not identifying her - was born without a uterus. So far, all the other babies born to women with uterus transplants were born Sahlgrenska University Hospital in Gothenburg, Sweden. Baylor, which launched its womb transplant program past year, has completed eight out of 10 planned uterus transplants . It's the first time the surgery has worked outside of the Swedish hospital that pioneered the procedure.

Health Care Pope Francis ends Asia tour after meeting Rohingya
Author: 0 Pope Francis ends Asia tour after meeting Rohingya

However, "I described the situation" publicly, knowing "I could go further in the private meetings" with government officials. Despite his apparent sympathy toward Suu Kyi's tenuous position in dealing with the Burmese military, Francis said he made sure his true feelings were known in private, especially during his meeting Monday with the general, who is responsible for what the army says are "clearance operations" against Rohingya militants in Rakhine.

Author: 0 SPDR S&P International Indl Sect ETF (IPN) Declines 0.55% for Dec 4

Managing confidence in the markets may play a pivotal role when making tough investing decisions. The next goal may be to capitalize on what could become the most interesting part of the record bull market. The RSI was developed by J. Welles Wilder. The RSI may be useful for spotting abnormal price activity and volatility. The Williams %R oscillates in a range from 0 to -100.

Health Care Alabama-Clemson III Make 2018 Sugar Bowl Tickets The Most Expensive Ever
Author: 0 Alabama-Clemson III Make 2018 Sugar Bowl Tickets The Most Expensive Ever

No. 4 Alabama (11-1), teams that have slugged it out to the bitter end in the last two national championship games. Alabama has an 8-7 record in the Sugar Bowl but has lost its last three appearances, falling to Utah 31-17 after the 2008 season, to Oklahoma 45-31 after the 2013 season and to Ohio State 42-35 after the 2014 season.

Health Care Production on Queen biopic halted due to Bryan Singer's 'unexpected unavailability'
Author: 0 Production on Queen biopic halted due to Bryan Singer's 'unexpected unavailability'

Singer's constant absence even resulted in the film's cinematographer, Thomas Newton Sigel , to step in as director for multiple days when Singer didn't show. A new story from The Hollywood Reporter makes specific mention of tension between Singer and Malek. The Queen film, entitled Bohemian Rhapsody , stars actor Rami Malek as legendary Queen frontman Freddie Mercury .

Author: 0 FDA approves first biosimilar for treatment of certain breast, stomach cancers

Gottlieb added that the FDA is "committed to taking new policy steps to advance our biosimilar pathway and promote more competition for biological drugs". Mylan said in a statement Ogivri is the first biosimilar in its collaboration with Biocon to get U.S. approval, and while it has kept quiet about its commercialisation plans some analysts have suggested it will start making revenues from the drug in 2019 - the year in which Roche's United States patent on Herceptin expires.

Health Care Sunny Monday To Be Followed By Rain - Maybe Snow - Later In Week
Author: 0 Sunny Monday To Be Followed By Rain - Maybe Snow - Later In Week

No severe weather is expected with this activity, the weather service said. "From Wednesday all the way into the following weekend, high temperatures probably only around 30 degrees", said Mead. A northwest wind will be 13 to 18 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 28 miles per hour. The forecaster has said that the country will experience a colder weather front from Wednesday onwards.

Health Care Consuming cheese every day may reduce heart stroke risk
Author: 0 Consuming cheese every day may reduce heart stroke risk

The Cheese particularly helps to prevent from cardiovascular diseases, the study further clarified. In a report on their findings researchers said: "Cheese contains saturated fatty acids but also has potentially beneficial nutrients". "This study suggests an inverse association between cheese and health". Sophie Clarke, of the British Cheese Board, said, "Far from having a negative effect, a number of large studies have shown dairy products to have a protective effect on factors relating ...

Health Care Killer Flu Season Expected This Year
Author: 0 Killer Flu Season Expected This Year

The vaccine now being administered to Americans uses the same formulation. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access. CDC's Jernigan cautions there's no good way to predict how bad the upcoming flu season will be.

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