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Baby born after being frozen as an embryo for 24 years


The National Embryo Donation Center , which facilitated the procedure, says in a release that last month's birth of Emma Wren Gibson sets the record for the longest-frozen embryo becoming a baby. The embryo donation center's lab director, Carol Sommerfelt, thawed the embryo. The organization's website lists its overall pregnancy rate per transfer at 57 percent. Read More »

Banner UMC and AZ Cancer Center host blood drives


At particular risk are supplies of platelets - the clotting component of blood that is largely relied on by cancer patients to prevent internal bleeding. Blood Service spokeswoman Jessica Willet said previous year one in four people cancelled or did not turn up for their blood donation appointments during the Christmas break. Read More »

FDA Approves Gene Therapy for Rare Form of Blindness


Jean Bennett, F.M. Kirby Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Pennsylvania's Perelman School of Medicine and a leader in the development of Luxturna, says. But Corona was also concerned about the price of the drug and how patients and the USA health system would be able to afford it. The FDA's accelerated approval program allows for earlier approval of drugs that treat serious conditions based on a marker that is expected to lead to a clinical benefit. Read More »

FDA to crack down on "harmful, unproven homeopathic drugs"


The agency said Monday that as a result of the hearing and 9,000 comments submitted by the public, the FDA had made a decision to propose a new "comprehensive, risk-based enforcement approach to drug products labelled as homeopathic and marketed without FDA approval". Read More »

Flu Vaccine Safe For People With Egg Allergies


In the past, people with egg allergy were advised to explore egg-free flu vaccination options. For years, people with an egg allergy have been told to avoid or take special precautions when getting a flu shot because most influenza vaccines are grown in eggs and contain a tiny amount of egg protein. Read More »

Trump talked of rescinding Gorsuch nomination after criticism


It is unclear whether Trump's "explosion", as another administration official described it, truly put Gorsuch's nomination in jeopardy or whether the president was expressing his frustration aloud, as he often does. "The process obviously caused frustration, but that frustration was compounded by the fact that Gorsuch had sent him a personal letter that he never received". Read More »

Coca-Cola Bottling Co Consolidated (NASDAQ:COKE) Holdings Reduced by KBC Group NV


About 10.16 million shares traded or 0.96% up from the average. BCE Inc. (NYSE:BCE) has declined 2.36% since December 19, 2016 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 17.65% the S&P500. Following the completion of the sale, the insider now directly owns 320,013 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $14,749,399.17. Manning & Napier Ltd Company owns 55,824 shares for 0% of their portfolio. Read More »

Stop the flu before it stops you


James Health Center in downtown San Jose on a daily basis to get the vaccine, according to Dr. Benjamin Hernandez, who has worked there for almost three decades. Kern County typically experiences the peak of flu season in January or even February, Michelle Corson with Kern County Public Health said. Close by states SC and MS are now experiencing high activity. Read More »

No EVMs Tampered With in Gujarat Assembly Elections: CEC


As counting of votes for the Gujarat and Himachal Assembly elections is underway, Chief Election Commissioner AK Joti on Monday assured that the electronic voting machines ( EVMs ) can not be tampered with. "But, here (in India), it is the opposite", said Hardik. And said people of Gujarat still need to be aware of the EVM tampering as there is the only difference of 1000 to 2000 votes between BJP and Congress. Read More »

Results show people's faith in agenda of development: Vijay Rupani


Ahead of the counting of votes in the Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh elections which were overshadowed by the Congress and others questioning the EVMs, Chief Election Commissioner (CEC) AK Joti today sought to assure the politicians and the voters by claiming the voting machines can not be tampered with. Read More »

Police Probe Deaths of Canadian Billionaire and Wife


The philanthropic and economic contributions they have made to Toronto put them in a class of their own. " Toronto Police are investigating , and I hope that investigation will be able to provide answers for all of us who are mourning this tremendous loss", he added. Read More »

Vince Carter drops hint on possible return to Toronto


Carter checked back in late, before leaving in the final seconds to a standing ovation from the remainder of the crowd. "When you let a team shoot 61 per cent in the first half, whatever game that is, that's risky", Raptors coach Dwane Casey said after the game. Read More »

Cam Newton Taunts Packers Defense To 'Watch This' Right Before Throwing TD


With the win, the Panthers improve to 10-4. Lee headed to the locker room in the first quarter. With his team in the thick of the playoff chase, he'd better hope he doesn't get docked a game via suspension. Rodgers looked noticeably rusty against a swarming Panthers defense, throwing for 290 yards and three touchdowns against three interceptions. But Panthers head coach Ron Rivera wasn't buying it. Read More »

Apple (AAPL) Rating Reiterated by Citigroup

The shares were sold at an average price of $174.40, for a total value of $1,004,544.00. Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL ) last announced its quarterly earnings results on Tuesday, May 2nd. One analyst has rated the stock with a sell rating, six have assigned a hold rating, forty-five have assigned a buy rating and one has given a strong buy rating to the stock. Read More »

SC extends deadline for Aadhaar linking


This bench will on January 17 begin hearing petitions challenging the constitutional validity of the Centre's Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2016, on the ground that it impinges on a citizen's fundamental right to privacy. Read More »

Jaguars' Fournette expects to play despite quad injury


Jaguars Head Coach Doug Marrone was asked Sunday if Fournette had reached the point that he could play without practicing during the week. Fournette has 923 rushing yards and eight rushing TDs on 231 attempts in his rookie season. Video study of last week's game supports Fournette's contention that he can play with proper rest and rehab - and with a certain amount of pain tolerance. Read More »

Three dead in Zaveri Bazaar building collapse


Eleven workers were undertaking fix work, which was being carried out using Rs. 2 lakh from the fund of Deepak Sawant, Member of Legislative Council and state Health Minister. The three were rushed to JJ Hospital, where they were declared brought dead. A few hours after Khan's body was recovered, the Mumbai Fire Brigade officially suspended the rescue operations. Read More »

Lakers' Caldwell-Pope will miss three games due to DUI plea

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope is averaging 14.2 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.3 assists in his fifth season in the National Basketball Association. On Saturday, the team posted a statement on the situation involving Kentavious Caldwell-Pope on the Lakers' team website . Read More »

Suicidal Thoughts Rapidly Reduced with Ketamine


Dr. Grunebaum explains, "Suicidal, depressed patients need treatments that are rapidly effective in reducing suicidal thoughts when they are at highest risk". Scientists may have just achieved a major breakthrough in the battle against depression and suicide, demonstrating in a study that ketamine could reduce suicidal thoughts in depressed people within a matter of hours. Read More »

USA complicit in Saudi war crimes in Yemen: Iran's Zarif


In a statement released, Iran's United Nations mission categorically dismissed Haley's claim as "unfounded" and said, "This purported as much fabricated as the one presented on some other occasions earlier". With the support of their Cold War allies, Saudi Arabia and Iran have been engaged in a regional cold war of their own for some time, which has had few benefits for either side but has resulted in a tremendous amount of death and suffering throughout the Middle East. Read More »

Alan Pardew: 'West Bromwich Albion are showing ambition'


The England global bundled home Joe Gomez's cross eight minutes from time but the substitute's celebrations in front of the Kop were cut short. "The second half we changed the system two or three times ". Jurgen Klopp lamented his side's luck after seeing Dominic Solanke's late goal against West Brom disallowed in the Reds' frustrating goalless draw at Anfield. Read More »

Pro-Kannada Group Protests Against Sunny Leone's Show In Bengaluru


Sunny Leone became a popular celebrity in India since her appearance on the reality show Bigg Boss . "We will not hesitate to commit suicide on December 31". "We know what kind of clothes she wears and what kind of movies she acts in". The members of the fringe groups said they had no issues if she wore a saree for her performance. Read More »

Cell phone health concerns addressed by California Department of Public Health


The guidelines are cautious. Smith noted that part of the delay in making the guidelines public was that in 2014 the U.S. Centers for Disease and Control had issued its own cell phone safety guidance. It is not the first time the department drafts guidelines on phone use. At the time, authorities argued that the release of the document would lead to "unnecessary panic". Read More »

White House Denies Reports That Paul Ryan Will Leave Congress

House Speaker Paul Ryan said entitlement reform is going to be a top priority in 2018 for GOP lawmakers Thursday. "The President did speak to the Speaker not too long ago and made sure that the Speaker knew very clearly, and in no uncertain terms, that if that news was true, he'd be very unhappy with it", Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders told reporters Thursday afternoon. Read More »

Stranger rescues man who falls on subway tracks


The train did stop, giving Vicente and two others the time to get down to the tracks and lift the man onto the platform and to safety. Other straphangers start yelling "Stop!" with palpable panic in their voices at the train approaching the station. Read More »

Celgene (CELG) Cut to "Buy" at Vetr

CELG shares price knocked down -0.77% during latest trading session. The company had seen its current volume reaching at 15.85 million shares in the last trade. The firm earned "Outperform" rating on Friday, November 17 by BMO Capital Markets. Stockbridge Partners Llc, which manages about $1.82B and $2.18B US Long portfolio, decreased its stake in Visa Inc (NYSE:V) by 78,100 shares to 2.40M shares, valued at $224.91M in 2017Q2, according to the filing. Read More »

Revenue Estimates Analysis Of Allergan plc (AGN)

MA's holdings, making the stock its 13th largest position. Cetera Investment Advisers' holdings in Allergan were worth $632,000 as of its most recent filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. On a Monthly basis the stock is -0.20%. RBC Capital Markets maintained Allergan plc (NYSE: AGN ) rating on Friday, July 14. Current trade price levels places AGN's stock about -34.10% away from the 52-week high and closed 5.73% away from the 52-week low. Read More »

Teetering Stock- Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE:RAD)

It has underperformed by 42.16% the S&P500. Cibc World Markets Corp decreased its stake in Qepinc Com (QEP) by 38.12% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. It is positive, as 35 investors sold QEP shares while 75 reduced holdings. 97 funds opened positions while 444 raised stakes. Geneva Advisors LLC now owns 43,000 shares of the company's stock worth $127,000 after purchasing an additional 2,616 shares during the period. Read More »

Physical activity could reduce risk of glaucoma by 73%


People who drink a cup of hot tea at least once a day are 74 per cent less likely to be diagnosed with glaucoma - a severe eye problem which affects 600,000 people in Britain. The researchers say "no firm conclusions can be drawn about cause and effect" as the study was simply observational and that "the absolute numbers of those with glaucoma were small". Read More »