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US Republican leaders seek votes for healthcare bill


A vote on the new proposal could come as early as this week - but not if the Democrats have any say about it. "And that dog ain't hunting anymore". "I will vote my conscience", said Representative Leonard Lance of New Jersey, who said he also remains opposed . Read More »

Isaiah Thomas to leave Celtics for sister's funeral after Game 6

During a conference call with reporters on Thursday, Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg spoke on a few different topics, including a status update of Rajon Rondo, who hasn't played since fracturing his right thumb in the Bulls' win during Game 2. Hoiberg confirmed that Isaiah Canaan will be the Bulls' starting point guard for Game 6. The total has gone under in eight of Boston's last 10 games when it was favored on the road; it has also gone under in nine of Chicago's last 10 games as a home underdog, ... Read More »

Fetal lambs grown in artificial womb - are humans next?

Scientists say the technology can be used to keep more premature babies alive. But that day isn't here yet. He provided a "conservative" estimate of a first-in-human trial beginning in three years. Critics, on the other hand, said that it raised a lot of ethical issues including the issue whether it would be acceptable to test it on human babies. Read More »

Woman Attacked, Killed By Own Dog


Township police, Aguire and the Lehigh County Coroner's Office were continuing to investigate the attack. Neighbors heard her crying for help during the attack. Rachman fired his handgun twice, wounding the dog once. Police said the dog was tranquilized on the scene and taken to the Lehigh County Humane Society where it will be euthanized. Read More »

Florida boy among 5 students hit by car has died


Camfield was northbound on Allegheney Road approaching the intersection of Athabasca Dr. His daughter began screaming into the phone, and Deputy Quintana ran out of his house, barefoot, to the scene. "I'm at a loss for words this morning". Quintana, 30, ran back home for his patrol vehicle, yelled for his wife to toss him his keys and some shoes and drove back to the scene to assist the injured children. Read More »

IDFC's Q4 net profit up 4 percent

Revenue too in Q4 (Rs 974 crore) was 11 per cent lower QoQ from Rs 1,092 crore in the third quarter (Q3) and Ebitda (Rs 231 crore) was 29 per cent lower YoY from Rs 324 crore in Q3. "FY17 was a landmark year wherein we established our credibility as a global biosimilars player with the launch of Biocon's Insulin Glargine pen in Japan and submission of five regulatory filings of our biosimilars in the developed markets of United States and EU". Read More »

IPL: Hyderabad set Punjab a stiff 208-run target

Williamson, who had already shown his brilliance, then stepped to the forefront as he and Yuvraj Singh took the KXIP bowlers to the cleaners. By now SRH was at such a comfortable position (171/3) that despite the loss of such a veteran player, there was no sense of pressure. Read More »

Man mauled by dog dies in Dayton; police kill canine


WDTN-TV reports the man was found seriously wounded in an alley and was taken to a hospital, where he died. A pit bull apparently broke away from a chain and mauled a man to death early Tuesday as he screamed for help, Dayton police said. Read More »

Saifee hospital files police complaint filed Shaimaa


She posted a short video message on the social media questioning weight loss of her sister and improvement. It is hard to imagine that until three months back her oxygen concentration was poor and her creatinine and potassium counts were dangerously off the mark, " said bariatric surgeon, Dr Lakdawala, who considers Eman as his "most challenging patient".A bitter battle of words has marred Eman's stay in India, with Eman's sister, Shaimaa Semil, alleging that her health has worsened in the ... Read More »

'Baahubali 2: The Conclusion' Opens To Unimaginable Occupancy Across India

Meanwhile, reports said the film had been illegally released on some portals. Directed by SS Rajamouli, the second half of the two-part magnum opus - Baahubali: The Conclusion- has released today. And the teaser of the movie is released and the movie is going to release in Telugu, Hindi and Tamil languages. In India, observers are sizing up the sequel to the current box-office champion. Read More »

Operation Safe Stop Education & Enforcement Day


The Jamestown Police Department announced it is participating in Operation Safe Stop today. Thursday, officers are monitoring bus routes with a history of illegal passing complaints. Peter Mannella, Executive Director of NYAPT said, "The law requires us as adult motorists to stop for those red lights on their school buses". Unfortunately, many people do not pay attention when they are driving and all too frequently disobey this very important public safety law and illegally pass stopped ... Read More »

Celgene quarterly profit beats on Revlimid demand


Sib LLC's holdings in Celgene were worth $5,659,000 as of its most recent filing with the SEC. Want to see what other hedge funds are holding CELG? PICTET BANK & TRUST Ltd raised its position in shares of Celgene by 16.5% in the third quarter. Read More »

Browns make smart, safe No. 1 pick in Texas A&M's Garrett

Behind the scenes, that rang true from start to finish during the 2017 NFL Draft's first round. Although Peppers used his time at MI to showcase impressive overall athleticism, he believes his future is at safety but had just one interception and 10 pass breakups (zero last season) in his college career. Read More »

FDA expands approval of Stivarga to include liver cancer


Oral multikinase inhibitor Stivarga (regorafenib) has been cleared by the United States regulator for patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) who have been previously treated with Bayer's older drug Nexavar (sorafenib). The overall response rate for patients taking Stivarga was 11 percent, compared to 4 percent of patients taking placebo. Common adverse effects include pain, hand-foot skin reaction, fatigue, diarrhea, decreased appetite, high blood pressure, infection, difficulty ... Read More »

Artificial Womb Could Save Babies and Usher in the Matrix

Lambs aren't human infants, and the device still has a way to go before it could conceivably reach the market. Hospitals attempt to save extremely premature babies, including those born before 26 weeks gestation and even babies born between 22 and 23 weeks of gestation. Read More »

Value Composition in Focus For The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company (NasdaqGS:GT)


The transaction was disclosed in a legal filing with the SEC, which can be accessed through the SEC website . Shares are trading -1.22% below their 50-day moving average, and -8.39% below their 200-day moving average. Ameriprise Financial Inc invested 0.01% of its portfolio in Cooper Tire & Rubber Co (NYSE:CTB). On Monday, May 2 the stock rating was maintained by JP Morgan with "Neutral". Read More »

United States under Trump Series Lumber crash between Trudeau and Trump

Her comments come in the wake of a phone call between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and US President Donald Trump in which Trudeau told Trump he would defend Canada's interests. to demonstrate... the scope of integration of our economies, " Trudeau said in response. "Politeness is something we believe is a national virtue, but it's not an accident that hockey is our national sport", she said. Read More »

China asked NKorea to stop tests


Earlier Thursday, McCain told CBS News that a military strike against North Korea "can't be taken off the table". The admiral acknowledged there's uncertainty within US intelligence agencies over how far along North Korea's nuclear and missile programs are. Read More »

Harry Styles says gay rights are fundamental, not political


He then followed up with a question about what Styles thought about Brexit, the U.K.'s decision to leave the European Union. Pressed further by the host regarding his pro-equality stances for women and the LGBTQ community, Styles explained that, to him, those are two different things. Read More »

Yale grad students pledge hunger strike to press union bid


If you can't read the underlined porting of the hunger strike announcement below, it says "When one of us cannot continue, come take our place". "Update: the Yale grad student union is holding a *symbolic* hunger strike (they eat when hungry)", said Dimitri Halikias in a tweet obtained by Legal Insurrection but that is now only available to the Yale graduate's Twitter followers. Read More »

Scientists develop fluid-filled artificial womb to help premature babies

The six premature lambs used in the research continued to develop during their month in the artificial womb , opening their eyes, developing their nervous systems and vital organs, and growing wool. The newest artificial womb is simpler than previous attempts developed by other researchers. Now, however, a team at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has that has been tested on premature lambs and could be used for human babies within the next three years. Read More »

Measles cases now at 29, 1st case outside Hennepin Co


Measles is often recognized by a rash that starts on the head. On Sunday, we'll take a deeper look into when to get vaccinations and why the North Dakota Department of Health says it's important to be vaccinated. The Minnesota Department of Health recommends that children receive their first MMR vaccine at 12 months. A parent of one child who attends the center works at 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS. Read More »

Preeti Jain awarded 3-year jail term for plotting Madhur Bhandarkar's murder


The court also gives bail to Jain and two others with precondition of payment of fine imposed. The court also sentenced two of her aides - Naresh Pardeshi and Shivram Das - to three years in jail on charges of conspiracy. He said Jain had asked for a refund after the plot to kill Bhandarkar did not work. A case was registered on the police registered a case on September 10, 2005. Read More »

Holles Street board backs new maternity hospital on nuns' site


Following a long running row over who should run the new women's hospital, it was agreed that the Sisters of Charity would own the building outright, but doctors would be independent in the running of it. He called on Health Minister Simon Harris to consider a compulsory purchase order for the site. "I think it was done in a very intimidatory and bullying way, and that's my opinion". Read More »

Artificial 'Biobag' Womb For Premature Newborns Now Being Tested

Alan W. Flake, a fetal surgeon and director of the Center for Fetal Research at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) said in a statement released yesterday. "All the parameters that we measured in the fetal lamb system appeared normal". Despite the success of the animal testing, researchers believe that human testing is still three to five years ahead. Read More »

The Gender Pay Gap In Medicine Is Abominable. Here's Where It's Worst


Among all physicians, females earn an average of 74 cents for every dollar a man makes, according to a new report from Doximity , a social network for healthcare professionals. The lowest paid was pediatric infectious disease, $186,000. According to Doximity , the study was the most comprehensive research undertaken to date on physician pay in the United States, examining national as well as local market trends across US metropolitan statistical areas - a first in medical labor market ... Read More »

Full First Round 2017 NFL Mock Draft

The Chicago Bears surprised the National Football League by trading up to pick North Carolina quarterback Mitchell Trubisky with the No. 2 pick. At 6-foot-4, 272 pounds, Garrett had a 4.64 40-yard dash (1.57 in the first 10 yards), a 41-inch vertical and 10-7 broad jump. Read More »

Artificial Womb May Help Develop Extremely Premature Babies Normally, Study Says

It has no external pump to drive circulation, because even gentle artificial pressure can fatally overload an underdeveloped heart, and there is no ventilator, because the immature lungs are not yet ready to breathe air. "Our system could prevent the severe morbidity suffered by extremely premature infants by potentially offering a medical technology that does not now exist", said study leader Alan Flake , a foetal surgeon at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Read More »

Moderate Republicans could derail the revived Obamacare repeal bill


Two moderate Pennsylvania Republicans affirmed Thursday they would vote no - Reps. He had to abruptly cancel a vote on an initial version of the bill because of opposition from moderates and conservatives alike. "They are floating an amended version of their failed health-care bill that would allow states to take away essential health benefits - such as maternity care, preventative care, or emergency room coverage - as well as discriminate against Americans with preexisting conditions". Read More »

Former Husky Ross Drafted 9th By Bengals

But, neither has the capability to consistently stretch a defense. Ross accumulated 1,150 receiving yards on his way to second-team Associated Press All-America honors last season. Ross tore the labrum in the fifth game last season but kept playing. Green, an All-Pro-caliber receiver, and Tyler Eifert , a Pro Bowl-caliber tight end. Read More »

Government costs could rise $2.3 billion without Obamacare payments


House Speaker Paul Ryan said Wednesday that "obviously" funds for the cost-sharing subsidies won't be included in the spending bill, because those payments are shouldered by the executive branch. Democrats have rejected the conditional offer. On Tuesday afternoon Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell remained coy about what he would do. Pelosi is insisting the those cost-sharing payments be addressed in the legislation, a demand she made after President Donald Trump threatened to cut them ... Read More »