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UN Denounces Lack of Humanitarian Access to Myanmar's Rakhine State

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The home minister said the government would nevertheless cooperate with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and other relevant global agencies in line with their humanitarian policies to give aid to the ethnic group. "We planned to administer them with 900,000 doses of oral cholera vaccines", Ukhiya upazila's Health and Family Planning Officer and Vaccination Programme's Coordinator Dr Mizbah Uddin Ahmed told BSS. Read More »

Drinking Black Tea Regularly Can Improve Weight Loss Efforts

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The study found that both types of tea can positively affect gut bacteria, but only black tea led to an increase in a type of bacteria called Pseudobutyrivibrio and short-chain fatty acids in the mice, which potentially explains how it could impact your metabolism differently than green tea. Read More »

Breast cancer lecture held at Cooley Dickinson Health Care

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Wiafe-Addai told Starr Fm morning show host Francis Abban that contrary to claims that the sucking of chest by men reduces the risk of getting chest cancer in women, those claims are untrue. A public appeal has been made to Nigerian men to handle the mammary glands of women with care rather than suck or squeeze them like fruits. A new report by the American Cancer Society (ACS) finds that while breast cancer rates declined nearly 40 percent between 1989 and 2015, there remains a disparity in ... Read More »

Patriots vs Buccaneers odds and point spread: NFL Week 5 schedule, preview

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The defending Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots are 2-2 on the season. "I don't like talking about me, but to get a chance to witness greatness in front of us with Tom Brady coming into town, it gets you pumped up". When Winston was 12 years old, growing up in Bessemer, Alabama, he wrote down in a notebook every trait he'd need to become a successful quarterback: leadership, dedication, desire, mental toughness, character and confidence. Read More »

Supes Approve Motion to Coordinate Blood Donations to Las Vegas

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Red cells have a shelf life of 42 days, plasma lasts for 5 days. When the largest mass shooting in USA history resulted in at least 59 people being killed and more than 500 injured, it was a major strain on the city's medical facilities and blood supply, and people took immediate action. Read More »

Lafferty and Hodson start for Northern Ireland

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Rudy and Wagner's glorious first-half strikes had their place all but wrapped up before Kimmich scored late on to extend Germany's remarkable unbeaten away record to 47 World Cup qualifiers dating back to 1934. After being given the run-around by the Germans three times over the past 16 months, they will hope the draw is kind. As was the case with so many German attacks in the first period, it originated down the right. Read More »

United Nations to shame Saudi-led bloc as Yemen child killers

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The Saudi-led coalition began a military campaign in Yemen in March 2015 with the aim of preventing Iran-allied Houthi rebels and forces loyal to Yemen's ex-President Ali Abdullah Saleh from taking power. "The world must step up and live up to our responsibility to protect children from the horrors of armed conflict", the former Danish prime minister added. Read More »

Lionel Messi-led Argentina face Peru test in crucial tie

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Argentina are in fifth place, level on 24 points with Peru, and need a result on Thursday to keep their hopes of automatic qualification alive. "We are at an ideal time to face any national team in any venue", Gareca, a former Argentina global player, said. Read More »

Stock Roundup: The Procter & Gamble Company (PG)

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If CA, Inc. (NASDAQ:CA) shares can stay above the price resistance around $33.85 a share, that could help propel CA, Inc. Shares are now up over the past year, outperforming the broad market by -100% and underperformed a peer group of similar companies by -74%. Read More »

Year-old girl 'raped' inside toilet of Delhi school

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Close on the heels of the recent incident where a student was brutally murdered in the premises of Ryan International School in Gurgaon, yet another shocking incident from a public school has come to light from the national capital. After listening to the ordeal by her daughter, the mother rushed to the police and filed a complaint. Commenting on the matter, a police official said that the child was rushed to AIIMS where doctors confirmed rape. Read More »

DeepMind launches new research team to investigate AI ethics

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For DeepMind, the hope is that its new unit will achieve two primary aims: to help technologists puts ethics into practice when the time comes, and to ensure society is sufficiently prepared for the day AI becomes part of the wider world. However, the company has come under fire for its controversial use of patient records data in the NHS. "This isn't a quest for closed solutions but rather an attempt to scrutinise and help design collective responses to the future impacts of AI technologies", ... Read More »

Fathers of Electronic Cryomicroscopy Win Chemistry Nobel Award

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The electron microscopes were not very useful in studying life system in cellular level as its powerful beams would destroy the life materials in cells. Frank said cryo-electron microscopy had "immense" potential for medical research, which is increasingly focused on processes inside cells, but it would take time for this to play out - and he was taken aback by news of the award. Read More »

Super Eagles train despite downpour in Uyo

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Nigeria started the World Cup qualification campaign in what many soccer pundits predicted to be the group of death in a blistering form with a defeat 2-1 defeat of Zambia in Ndola to pick their first away win. The Super Eagles on Thursday trained with the full complement of the invited 23 players in the rain at the training pitch of the Godswill Akpabio International Stadium in Uyo. Read More »

Blood donations needed for Las Vegas, Puerto Rico

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The donors' blood will be sent to the Red Cross blood processing center in Portland, where it will be used to replenish the organization's national blood inventory. "That just really highlights the need for having blood on our shelves, all throughout the country, so that we can respond to situations within 24 hours or nearly immediately", said Red Cross Regional Chief Operating Officer Scott Aminov. Read More »

Man arrested for Las Vegas-style threat

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According to his Facebook page, where police said he made the deadly threats, Robinson lives in San Antonio but is from Norman, Oklahoma, just 20 miles south of Oklahoma City . Responding to the alleged threats, Oklahoma City police Capt. Mathews said it isn't known if Robinson had the weapons needed to carry out a mass shooting , but that any such threat will be taken seriously. Read More »

After London Game, Fox Sports Will Not Air National Anthem

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Some African-American players have adopted the practice of kneeling during the anthem to protest against police treatment of racial minorities. Kalafer said kneeling during the anthem is not an issue for his players because the team's ownership "made sure there was nothing that was unclear". Read More »

Sasikala's parole rejected on technical grounds

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Questions are now being raised about whether the patient was already "brain-dead" when he was transported to the hospital on Tuesday, which could amount to flouting transplantation rules. A petition challenging his appointment is already before the Madras high court. The 74-year-old chronic liver disease patient had been on a wait list for transplant since April, the hospital said. Read More »

Delhi's LG asked Kerjriwal to reconsider the bill on guest teachers

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The Delhi assembly on Wednesday passed a bill to make about 15,000 guest teachers employed in government schools permanent amid opposition disapproval. "I also wanted to tell LG sir, I'm the elected Chief Minister of Delhi and I'm not a terrorist", Kejriwal said. "He (Sisodia) is an elected education minister, not a terrorist", Kejriwal was quoted by PTI. Read More »

Bangladesh, India sign $4.5b LoC

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China is Bangladesh's biggest trade partner followed by India and previous year pledged around $24 billion in loans for the South Asian nation, which is one of the world's poorest. "We hope they will continue to do so in the future", the minister added. "The sharing of Indian experiences of the new initiatives for promoting a cashless economy would go a long way in fostering our economic engagement", said Harsh Vardhan Shringla, India's ambassador to Bangladesh. Read More »

Mizuno Launches #ProjectZero To Raise Funds For Breast Cancer Research

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Big names in beauty, like Avon and Estée Lauder, have been active in the breast cancer awareness and elimination movement since the beginning. He indicated, "When we talk about Breast Cancer awareness, understand that a lot of the stuff you see on the internet, a lot of the recommendations for screening doesn't really apply to Bahamian women". Read More »

Obesity linked to increased risk for cancer — CDC

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Overweight is defined as a BMI of 25-299.9 kg/mand obesity as a BMI of 30 kg/mor higher. Theodore Brasky, a professor and researcher at the Ohio State University, who is not affiliated with the study, told The Guardian that America has a "massive" obesity problem that must be tackled with prevention. Read More »

Mother who refused to vaccinate son gets 7 days behind bars

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Bredow and the child's father had made the decision to get their child vaccinated when he was born, but space them out, delaying some. "I would rather sit behind bars standing up for what I believe in, than giving in to something I strongly don't believe in", Bredow said. Read More »

Soumya Swaminathan WHO Dy.DG

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Soumiya Swaminathan , who heads the Indian Council of Medical Research ( ICMR ) has been appointed as Deputy General of the World Health Organisation (WHO). Swaminathan , a pediatrician and a clinical scientist by profession and known for her research on tuberculosis . After completing her MBBS from Pune's Armed Forces Medical College, she got her MD degree from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). Read More »

Jeremy Hunt wants 5000 new nursing training places — NHS

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Hospitals are struggling to find nurses after a 50 per cent rise in staff leaving the profession. The additional 5,000 places will bring the number of undergraduate study opportunities to 25,850 in 2018/19, around 15,000 up from 2015. She warned: "These plans appear too hospital-focused". Investing now to train the nurses of the future is not only sensible, it is essential. We are prepared to work with the Government on meaningful solutions for the education of nurses. Read More »

Flu vaccine: NHS patients wanted to test 'universal' jab

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Current vaccines are only effective in 30 to 40 per cent of over 65s as the immune system weakens with age and researchers believe the new vaccine could increase this. The new vaccine is different as it uses the core proteins of the virus which remain virtually unchanged in all influenza A viruses, giving researchers the opportunity to create vaccines that will work against all of them. Read More »

Aung San Suu Kyi to be stripped of Freedom of Oxford

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Last week it emerged St Hugh's College, Oxford, had removed a portrait of Ms Suu Kyi from display. "I think it is perfectly natural to look around for ways of saying we disapprove utterly of what you are doing", he told BBC Radio Oxford. Read More »

Las Vegas shooter's father was a notorious bank robber

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The poster, dated March 18, 1969, and signed by FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, was issued after the senior Paddock escaped a Texas prison where he was serving time for bank robbery. Despite the escape, Paddock was paroled the following year and returned to Oregon. "There's no reason for me to tell you this stuff". It's like he shot us. Read More »

Catalans plan steps for secession

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Spain's government and Constitutional Court had declared the referendum illegal. While many players from Barcelona's first team will leave to join their national squads ahead of the upcoming global fixtures, the remaining players and club staff will not attend the training centre on Tuesday. Read More »

Red Cross Seeking Donations

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Las Vegas authorities are calling for blood donations in the wake of a mass shooting that injured more than 500 people and killed 59 at a country music concert Sunday night. It is also recommended to make appointments to give blood through the coming days and weeks. "In a time when you feel really helpless and powerless, I guess it just kinda helps my heart heal a little bit to feel like I might be doing something to help, " said Donor Jenna Bailey. Read More »

Exercising for just one hour a week can prevent depression, study finds

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Apart from physical activity, these natural herbs may help curb the symptoms of depression . A previous study by researchers from the Baker Heart & Diabetes Institute in Melbourne, Australia , analyzed sedentary behavior in adults. This was then followed up with a questionnaire to gauge the participants level of anxiety and depression. The study could not prove a cause-and-effect relationship between exercise and the risk of depression, but the authors say it strongly suggests ... Read More »

FDA unveils efforts to speed complex generic approval

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is opening a new front in its efforts to reduce high drug prices by increasing generic competition for hard-to-make medicines. It can mean these ANDAs undergo more review cycles than other generic drugs, he says. The agency also is issuing another draft guidance to help manufacturers determine when submission of an ANDA for peptides - compounds made up of 40 or fewer amino acids, which constitute a number of branded medicines that don't now have generic ... Read More »

Royal Dutch Shell Plc 21.8% Potential Upside Indicated by Barclays Capital

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There are often many years of experience behind those winning trades. Traders may be keeping a close eye on ATR indicators. BP is scheduled to update investors on its third-quarter performance on November 1. The higher the RVOL the more In Play the stock is. There may be various company characteristics that attract added attention. They use historic price data to observe stock price patterns to predict the direction of that price going forward. Read More »

Playtex Recalls Children's Bowls, Plates due to Choking Hazard

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The CPSC reports a clear plastic layer over the illustrations can bubble or peel. It was $2.50 for a single plate or bowl and $15 for a mealtime set. There have been four reports of children choking on a piece of the clear plastic layer. The products were made in China and sold in many USA and Canadian stores including Target, Walmart, Babies "R" Us, and Amazon from August 2009 to August 2017. Read More »