• Analysis of trial data confirms anti-depressants are effective, researchers say
Analysis of trial data confirms anti-depressants are effective, researchers say

The creators take note of that the distinction might be on account of melancholy in youngsters is the outcome of various components or causes, and note that as a result of the more modest number of concentrates in youngsters there is extraordinary vulnerability around the dangers and advantages of utilizing any antidepressants for the treatment o...

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  • United Kingdom employment rises for the first time in nearly two years
United Kingdom employment rises for the first time in nearly two years

The UK economy grew less than estimated in the fourth quarter, partly reflecting revision to production output, the second estimate from the Office for National Statistics showed Thursday. But that was still weaker than the 3 percent reading of British consumer price inflation for December. BoE policymakers will be watching closely for signs th...

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  • Doctors in Mumbai remove biggest brain tumour weighing 1.9 kg
Doctors in Mumbai remove biggest brain tumour weighing 1.9 kg

Pal was operated upon for six hours to remove the 1.87-kg tumour. The doctor explained that given the tumor's growth pattern, all they had to do in order to remove it was to cut the scalp area around it and to use the brain tumor's protruding point to cut its stem that compressed the brain.

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  • Texas school district to suspend students protesting gun laws
Texas school district to suspend students protesting gun laws

They may also increase funding for mental health programs and police officers assigned to schools and enact a waiting period for rifle purchases. Protesters, student survivors face lawmakers and NRA in town hall meeting. "Again, we don't want to lead this, because truly I think the most effective body in this work will be the young people the...

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  • DNA diet tests can not prophesy who will lose more weight
DNA diet tests can not prophesy who will lose more weight

Gardner and his team of researchers assessed 609 overweight adults across the United Kingdom with ages ranging from 18 to 50 years over a period of 12 months. Besides comparing low fat and low carb eating plans for weight loss, Dr. Gardner and his colleagues also looked at whether levels of insulin production or genetic factors affected individua...

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  • Kratom - the opioid withdrawal plant - linked to salmonella in 20 states
Kratom - the opioid withdrawal plant - linked to salmonella in 20 states

In this outbreak , California has three cases; Ohio, Oregon, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania and Utah each have two; and Florida, New York, North Carolina , South Carolina , Kentucky, Tennessee, Michigan, Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Massachusetts and North Dakota each have one.

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  • Google to help detect heart disease through retina scan
Google to help detect heart disease through retina scan

Heart disease and stroke are the world's largest causes of death, accounting for more than half of all deaths worldwide in 2015, according to the World Health Organization . Coming soon.a Google AI heart disease test?! Medical professionals today can look for similar signs by using a device to inspect the retina , drawing the patient's blo...

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  • Boko Haram Kills 15 In Borno
Boko Haram Kills 15 In Borno

Kaka said some metres away from where he was while the two other bombers were inside the market. Normalcy, he maintained, has since been restored to the town with everybody going about their businesses. He however said those injured in the attacks were immediately rushed to the University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital (UMTH) for treatment. Sui...

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  • Authorities searching for missing 4-year-old SC girl
Authorities searching for missing 4-year-old SC girl

The police chief in Riverside , Alabama, found Heidi Todd inside a vehicle Wednesday afternoon and managed to get her out safely before the driver sped off, Charleston Mayor John Tecklenburg said. The Fire Department and Coast Guard also are reportedly involved. "She really got beat up badly and she needs our moral support", Tecklenburg said.

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  • This Year's Flu Vaccine Is More Effective In Young Children, CDC Says
This Year's Flu Vaccine Is More Effective In Young Children, CDC Says

The vaccine provided 59 percent protection against H3N2 in children 8 and younger. "The vaccine's performance in children was better than we expected", she said. Amid one of the worst flu seasons in recent years, U.S. Sen. She was not involved in the CDC research. This year, vaccines are preventing 36% of those illnesses, the report said.

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  • Pensylvania Medical Marijuana Sales Now Underway
Pensylvania Medical Marijuana Sales Now Underway

The below guidance provides information to school administrators to assist them in developing policies for the administration of medical marijuana on school property. "We want patients to feel as comfortable in our dispensary that they would in their local pharmacy as they are now both places you can get medicine in Pennsylvania ", said Cresco...

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  • Blood test makes for fast, safer concussion diagnosis
Blood test makes for fast, safer concussion diagnosis

Of those instances, TBI contributed to the deaths of almost 50,000 people, the CDC wrote. Most patients with a speculated head damage are inspected utilizing a neurological scale, called the 15-point Glasgow Coma Scale, trailed by a registered tomography or CT output of the make a beeline for recognize cerebrum tissue harm, or intracranial injuri...

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  • Death toll from winter flu climbs to 92
Death toll from winter flu climbs to 92

Those numbers correspond to what was seen previous year in those age groups in the USA and also to vaccine effectiveness estimates from Canada that were released earlier this month. "Even with current vaccine effectiveness estimates, vaccination will still prevent influenza illness, including thousands of hospitalizations and deaths", scientist...

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  • Can eating slow help you lose weight?
Can eating slow help you lose weight?

The new study, published in the journal BMJ Open , saw experts analyse health insurance data from 60,000 people in Japan who had regular health check-ups between 2008 and 2013. Eating more slowly, along with not eating within 2 hours of going to sleep, and cutting out after dinner snacks, could help with weight loss , researchers say.

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  • Carlos Carvalhal Delivers More Brilliant Analogies After Swansea's Win Over Burnley
Carlos Carvalhal Delivers More Brilliant Analogies After Swansea's Win Over Burnley

Swansea City boss Carlos Carvalhal again proved his admirable penchant for imaginative analogies, after he compared his side's condition to a diver previously immersed in the depths of the ocean who has now managed to scramble to the surface following the impressive victory over Burnley .

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  • White House grappling with fallout from aide's resignation
White House grappling with fallout from aide's resignation

The allegations were supported by compelling evidence. According to The Washington Post , a second official - David Sorensen, of Trump's speechwriting team - resigned on Friday, February 9. The president's classic response to the allegations was to ask, how does anyone know the bruises weren't there before? The president added , "He also, as yo...

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  • North Korean leader proposes inter-Korean summit
North Korean leader proposes inter-Korean summit

But in their meeting Saturday, the South Korean president also asked North Korea to be amenable to talks with the United States, telling Kim Yo Jong that it was "urgent" for Pyongyang and Washington to start resolving their differences.

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  • Donovan Mitchell Will Replace Aaron Gordon in Slam Dunk Contest
Donovan Mitchell Will Replace Aaron Gordon in Slam Dunk Contest

Because of a rib injury, Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon had to pull out of the upcoming slam dunk contest. In 2016, he finished as a runner-up in. Mitchell, 21, is averaging 19.7 points, 3.5 assists and 3.4 rebounds a game for Utah. He also leads all National Basketball Association rookies in the scoring column and has firmly put his name i...

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  • England provide first test as Ronald Koeman is announced as Netherlands manager
England provide first test as Ronald Koeman is announced as Netherlands manager

For a country with great worldwide pedigree-the Netherlands finished runners-up at the 2010 World Cup and in third place at Brazil 2014-Koeman will be eager to get them back to those great heights. At the time, the Dutch Football Association opted for the experience of Guus Hiddink , a move that backfired as he failed to galvanize a squad Va...

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  • Health officials warn of rise in influenza, urge vaccinations
Health officials warn of rise in influenza, urge vaccinations

Both Missouri and Kansas, like every state except OR and Hawaii, have witnessed "widespread" flu activity this season - defined by the CDC as outbreaks in at least half the regions of a state. In addition to the wide array of medications to combat the flu, Rapps Pharmacy offers free home delivery to its customers. Beyond that, Hawkinson say...

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  • Heart disease/breast cancer link
Heart disease/breast cancer link

It noted that breast cancer survivors who are 65 and older and were treated for their cancer are more likely to die of cardiovascular problems than breast cancer. The study involved 2,168 women who underwent radiotherapy for breast cancer between 1958 and 2001. Steingart stressed that for any one woman, the risk for serious heart effects is gen...

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  • Spice Girls reunion? All five members reunite
Spice Girls reunion? All five members reunite

She has reportedly been given assurances by pop supremo and the band's former manager Simon Fuller - who is also behind the new ventures - that her vocals will not be needed, according to The Sun . The Spice Girls were a 1990s phenomenon, with hits including " Wannabe ". Although as a human being who paid actual currency for the Spice Girls fir...

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  • DC's groundhog makes his prediction on spring - 6 more weeks
DC's groundhog makes his prediction on spring - 6 more weeks

There, they wait until sunrise, when Phil leaves his home to look for his shadow . What does it mean? Legend has it, if Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow , six more weeks of winter are headed our way. These Germans who traveled to the USA and settled in Pennsylvania continued to practice the tradition where they changed the animal from a ...

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  • Padman Challenge wraps bollywood; Are you ready for it too?
Padman Challenge wraps bollywood; Are you ready for it too?

After the Ice Bucket, Mannequin Challenge and India's own "Beet pe Booti" challenge, here comes another video sharing challenge from the B-town. Not the one to back down of such challenges, Mr Perfectionist, Aamir Khan became the very first person who dared to take it up.

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  • Budget 2018: WIFI and CCTV facility will be given in all trains
Budget 2018: WIFI and CCTV facility will be given in all trains

This was displayed by the finance ministry's slashing of the Gross Budgetary Support (GBS) by Rs 15,000 crore last month following a review. He added saying 4000 kilometers of the railway network is to be commissioned for electrification during 2017-18.

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  • Surakiart slams Richardson over attacks on Rakhine advisory board
Surakiart slams Richardson over attacks on Rakhine advisory board

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte made another seemingly off-the-cuff remark when he told Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi that she shouldn't worry about Human rights activists as they are "just a noisy bunch". "We already published a statement and also the advisory board published a statement". He said the commission would provide free and frank...

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  • Could WWE chairman Vince McMahon's XFL rival the NFL?
Could WWE chairman Vince McMahon's XFL rival the NFL?

The XFL was a spectacular financial failure in its first run, losing McMahon and U.S. television broadcaster NBC a reported US$70 million. McMahon said the XFL did not want players with a criminal record and even a DUI would exclude an athlete from a contract.

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  • First Nonhuman Primates Cloned in China
First Nonhuman Primates Cloned in China

This watershed discovery will potentially lead to a courageous new world of medical research and spark heated debate over cloning another primate species: humans. To see Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua crawl over a giant Hello Kitty stuffed animal and fall over each other, you'd think they were just normal macaques - and indeed, what's special about ...

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  • CNN doctor Sanjay Gupta claims Trump has heart disease
CNN doctor Sanjay Gupta claims Trump has heart disease

Jackson said Trump urged the doctor to "answer every question" the media had before he stepped up to the podium, and he did so with gusto during an nearly hour-long briefing with the media, in a remarkable show of transparency. The doctor said he had "absolutely no concerns", adding: "He's very sharp". Trump also will increase his daily do...

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  • The kids were starved. The dogs were well-fed
The kids were starved. The dogs were well-fed

Now, people all over the world are wondering what will happen to the children, and what the future holds for them. Uffer said patients notice if their doctors appear "hopeless", "so we picked the most positive, upbeat, caring, consistent individuals to care for them and I'm sure that they can feel that".

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  • Fresno Man Pulls 5 1/2 Foot Tapeworm from his Body
Fresno Man Pulls 5 1/2 Foot Tapeworm from his Body

Speaking on his podcast This Won't Hurt A Bit , Dr Kenny Bahn said: 'I take out a toilet paper roll, and wrapped around it of course is what looks like this giant, long tapeworm'. According to Dr. Jessica Mason, who co-hosts the podcast, a tapeworm can grow up to 40 feet in length. Cooking kills the tiny larva; sushi is supposed to be flash-...

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  • Health officials: 15 deaths, 'high level' of hospitalizations reported from flu
Health officials: 15 deaths, 'high level' of hospitalizations reported from flu

Experts try to predict each year which flu strains will be prevalent for the season, she said, but at times they get it wrong or the virus changes during the season. At the end of the flu season in 2014, a total of 2,399 flu cases were reported. The total number of flu cases in the state at the end of a year ago was at 71,469.

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  • With flu season around the corner, Health Officer warns of Influenza B
With flu season around the corner, Health Officer warns of Influenza B

Wednesday's announcement came after seven people died from the flu Tuesday, according to the county. You may also see these symptoms with a cold, but doctors said they are more flu related. Flu vaccines are recommended for everyone 6 months of age and older and are available to the Ashland County-City Health Department by calling 419-282...

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  • STEC O157 outbreak sickens 66 and kills two in USA and Canada
STEC O157 outbreak sickens 66 and kills two in USA and Canada

In Canada there are 42 victims across five provinces. Consumer Reports has not yet announced an end to it's warning. Two people developed hemolytic uremic syndrome, a type of kidney failure. Industry, watchdog reactionsThe statements today spurred very different reactions from produce industry groups and consumer advocates. In the United Stat...

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  • Longbow Research Gives GoPro (GPRO) Lower Rating; Lear (LEA) Sentiment Is 0.92
Longbow Research Gives GoPro (GPRO) Lower Rating; Lear (LEA) Sentiment Is 0.92

GoPro has had a hard couple of years, as it faced intense competition and poor performance in the drone market. "GoPro is committed to turning our business around in 2018", Woodman said in a statement. GoPro also had to slash prices on its cameras to drive more sales, as it faced weak demand for its products during the holiday season. Its new ...

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  • Gas Prices Rise in Washington, Hold in Wenatchee
Gas Prices Rise in Washington, Hold in Wenatchee

One year ago, the price was $2.35. Both stations are now charging $4.02 for a gallon of regular gasoline, $4.37 for a gallon of premium or supreme and $4.43 a gallon for diesel. The first two months of the year are typically the times of year that gasoline demand is at its weakest, and with builds in gasoline stock anticipated next week, prices wil...

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  • Red Cross issues urgent call for blood donations following severe winter weather
Red Cross issues urgent call for blood donations following severe winter weather

The cancelations resulted in over 5,500 blood and platelet donations to go uncollected. This comes after a slow November and December with "seasonal illnesses, such as the flu, and hectic holiday schedules collectively contributing to more than 28,000 fewer donations than what was needed".

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  • Prosecutors in pot-friendly states will decide on crackdown
Prosecutors in pot-friendly states will decide on crackdown

Republican U.S. Rep. Don Young on Thursday ripped the U.S. Department of Justice over a shift toward tougher marijuana enforcement, calling the move a "direct violation of states' rights". The only time he's ever acknowledged marijuana was in May 2017, when he note (in a statement) that a spending bill he helped pass included a provision that preve...

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  • Tamil Nadu: Govt appeals transport employees to come back for work
Tamil Nadu: Govt appeals transport employees to come back for work

After the flash strike by the government transport employees began late on Thursday, a majority of commuters from the Fort City gave the buses a miss on Friday. Due to the ongoing strike, the bus services crippled totally in large parts of the state on Friday. Meanwhile, the Southern Railway, in an official release, said, "It is chose to operate ...

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  • Winning $450 million lottery ticket sold at Pasco County 7-Eleven
Winning $450 million lottery ticket sold at Pasco County 7-Eleven

Friday. Mega Millions would be the fourth largest jackpot in that game's history at $450 million if someone matches all six numbers on Friday night. A Florida resident is the sole lucky victor of the massive Mega Millions jackpot that was decided on Friday night. The Ohio Lottery's Marie Kilbane says the jackpot for tonight's Mega Millions draw...

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