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How to Watch Wales vs. Ireland


But who could be the final obstacle standing between Northern Ireland and a mission to Moscow? Republic of Ireland's David Meyler and Wales' Tom Lawrence battle for the ball. Group I: Croatia or Ukraine. Simply put, whoever wins in Kiev and Cardiff will be guaranteed a play-off spot. Group F: Slovakia. Currently above NI in the rankings but will fall below NI in the next update. Read More »

Engineer Stabbed to Death on His Way to Meet Girlfriend in Bengaluru


The rowdies picked up a fight with Pranay and demanded '500 to get the broken mudguard fixed. Pranay however refused to pay up saying it was not his fault. "There was a minor collision between the two-wheelers ridden by the victim and Karthik and Arun". They were traced to Huskur Gate. They drove towards Chitnamangala and allegedly attacked police by pelting stones. Read More »

Heartbreaking Reasons Why International Day Of The Girl Is So, So Important


This year's theme- is "Girls' Progress = Goals Progress: What Counts for Girls", is indeed timely. The World Bank , for instance, points out that girls with education grow into women who "tend to be healthier, participate more in the formal labor market, earn higher incomes, have fewer children, marry at a later age, and enable better health care and education for their children, should they choose to become mothers". Read More »

Pregnant women can eat runny eggs, says watchdog

A report published by the Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food (ACMSF ) in July last year said the presence of salmonella in United Kingdom eggs had been "dramatically reduced" in recent years, and the risks were "very low" for eggs which had been produced according to the British Lion code. Read More »

Featured Stock Overview: Repros Therapeutics Inc. (RPRX)

It has a market cap of $27.26 Million. The company has its outstanding shares of 36.34M. That suggests something of the likelihood of a short squeeze in shares of RPRX . EPS Estimate for the next year is -1.01. Analysts are forecasting earnings of $-0.28 on a per share basis this quarter. Next year this decline will reach 0%. Read More »

Emirates slashes New Zealand-Australia services


In measures announced today, Emirates' trans-Tasman routes from Auckland to Melbourne and Brisbane will cease from March. The collaboration and proposed plans mean there'll be additional services between Australia and New Zealand. The latest move follows Emirates' cancellation of its Sydney-Auckland tag services in July, which saw Qantas also increase capacity on that route. "Reauthorisation of the partnership will allow us to leverage our combined network strengths", Emirates airlines ... Read More »

Rouhani says Iran firm to expand ties with neighbors


Iran and Armenia can develop close cooperation to address the conflicts and crises that have engulfed the region, President Rouhani said in a meeting with Armenian Prime Minister Karen Karapetyan in Tehran on Tuesday. "The Iranian government sees no boundaries for expansion of relations with neighboring countries, particularly Armenia ", he said, adding that energy, transit and industrial fields can be appropriate sectors for developing greater cooperation. Read More »

Delhi Metro fare hike disappointing: BJP MLAs

The revised fare structure is as follows: up to 2 km - Rs 10; 2 to 5 km - Rs 20; 5 to 12 km - Rs 30; 12 to 21 km - Rs 40; 21 to 32 km - Rs 50; and for journeys beyond 32 km - Rs 60. The resolution was passed by a voice vote following a discussion on a calling attention motion on metro fare hike vociferously opposed by the ruling Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP ) MLAs. Read More »

Birds test positive for West Nile Virus


Overall, county officials say activity levels of West Nile virus are down from the same time in 2016. In North America, cases of West Nile virus (WNV) occur during mosquito season, which starts in the summer and continues through fall. According to the World Health Organization, West Nile Fever symptoms include fever, headache, tiredness, body aches, nausea, vomiting and swollen lymph glands. Read More »

Palace regrets Ubial's rejection as health chief


At the three CA deliberations last May 17, October 3, and on Wednesday, Ubial was grilled over her supposed involvement in corruption and other irregularities not only in the DOH but also in the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth) where she, as DOH secretary, sat as chairman of the board of directors. Read More »

'Passive euthanasia' only for patients in vegetative state


The decision to end a life will have to be approved by a medical board . Passive euthanasia is a condition where there is withdrawal of medical treatment with the deliberate intention to hasten the death of a terminally ill-patient. The PIL filed in 2005 said when a medical expert opines that the person afflicted with a terminal disease has reached a point of no return then he should be given the right to refuse being put on life support system as it would only prolong his agony otherwise. Read More »

Global childhood obesity rates now 10 times higher than in 1975


An estimated 75 million girls and 117 million boys are moderately or severely underweight, meaning greater than one standard deviation from median on the World Health Organization charts. Nearly two-thirds of these children live in South Asia. "At the same time, healthier options, fresh foods, are priced out of reach of the poorest people round the world", he said. Read More »

Big Ten Week 6 power rankings: Spartans continue to rise


Backup John O'Korn filled in and picked up the slack, which he'll need to do again today. Three of them were intercepted. There is so much to fix before MI comes up against a well oiled Penn State defense, a Wisconsin team that has not had to battle in the trenches, and an Ohio State team with a lot to prove. Read More »

11-year-old Utah girl learns her adoption is final


Alexander said Butterfield visits her desk every day. Alexander also writes that she knows the family and has watched them fight to adopt three foster children that attend the school where she works. "We didn't all know it was going to happen like that". She said she's spent the last two years wishing that a judge would allow her foster parents to become her forever parents. Read More »

NYS Comptroller: Billions needed to fix local bridges


Nonetheless, the report comes at a time of uncertainty for state and local governments as Congress and President Trump consider changes to infrastructure aid. With almost 17,500 highway bridges in NY, the needed repairs total $75 billion when state-owned bridges are included, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Highway Administration National Bridge Inventory. Read More »

Amanda Holden, Donna Air and Frankie Bridge unite to fight breast cancer


Mr Balfour joined fellow parliamentarians in Holyrood to encourage people across Scotland to get involved and help support Breast Cancer Now's efforts to ensure that, by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live. Appearing on Loose Women on Tuesday, the actress discussed the 25th anniversary of the Pink Ribbon and the work she does as an Ambassador for the Estée Lauder Breast Cancer Campaign. Read More »

Anthrax Eyed in Deaths of 109 Hippos


There were an estimated 1,300 hippos in Namibia before the latest deaths, so this means a significant proportion of them are affected. Agence France-Presse reports that some veterinary experts in the southwestern African country believe the sudden deaths may have been caused by anthrax. Read More »

Universities must do more to support students' mental health


According to the Mental Health at Work Report 2017 , released by Business in the Community and sponsored by Mercer , three out of five employees have experienced a mental health issue in the past year because of work, or where work was a related factor, and 31 per cent have been formally diagnosed with a mental health issue. Read More »

Egypt qualifies for 2018 World Cup after 2-1 win over Congo


In Cairo , an army helicopter dropped hundreds of Egyptian flags on thousands of fans gathered at the city's iconic Tahrir square. Egypt's President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi has gifted $85,000 to each of the Egyptian football players who won Egypt's World Cup qualifier against Congo Brazzaville over the weekend. Read More »

Saudi Arabia agrees to buy Russian S-400 missile system


It is expected the sale will beef-up security in the nuclear-hungry Middle East. Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia have agreed on the supply of S-400 anti-aircraft missile systems, as well as a number of other weapons, including the Kalashnikov AK-103. Read More »

Las Vegas Strip dims lights for 11 minutes to honor shooting victims


The tribute began at 10:05 p.m. and most casinos along Las Vegas Boulevard darkened the lights of their marquees, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority announced in a statement. Paddock was found dead in his room of a self-inflicted gunshot wound before midnight, as law enforcement closed in. According to The Huffington Post , the Vegas city Twitter account also posted a video of darkness as "a new message of strength and resilience". Read More »

Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) Sale Analysis


The average stock price target is $7.04 with 5 brokerages rating the stock a strong buy, 4 brokerages rating the stock a buy, 6 brokerages rating the stock a hold, 1 brokerage rating the stock a underperform, and finally 0 brokerages rating the stock a sell. Read More »

Avocados and bananas prevent heart diseases


The roles of the CREB activation and autophagy signals were then tested in the mouse artery cross-section and living-mouse models, with low, normal or high levels of potassium in the media or diet. Vitamin B6 -.5 mg, Manganese -.3 mg, Vitamin C - 9 mg, Potassium - 450 mg, Dietary Fiber - 3g, Protein - 1 g, Magnesium - 34 mg, Folate - 25.0 mcg, Riboflavin -.1 mg, Niacin -.8 mg, Vitamin A - 81 IU, Iron -.3 mg. Read More »

Fearsome airborne plague epidemic strikes Madagascar


Since our last report on 4 October 2017, a total of 230 new suspected cases including 17 deaths (case fatality rate 7.4%) were reported. That's partially due to the type of plague involved in the outbreak. "The infection and death of a foreign visitor to the country without a known source of transmission is of concern". The CDC says the risk to travelers appears to be very low; however, travelers have been infected, and one died. Read More »

Taylor Swift Surprises Fans with Personal Instagram Messages


The shows will also feature singer Khalid , The Backstreet Boys , Niall Horan and Logic , among many others. Swift definitely aimed to make headlines when she dropped somewhat of a pop song version of a diss track, addressing her long-time feud with rapper Kanye West, on "LWYMMD". Read More »

Would You Discuss Your Mental Health At Work?


Last week, in partnership with Business in the Community and others, we launched the Mental Health at Work Report which revealed that more than a million people who disclosed a mental health issue to their employer have faced negative consequences or even dismissal. Read More »

Bringing mental health to work


This year's World Mental Health Day will contribute to taking mental health out of the shadows in the work place so that people and companies have the tools to help employees and increase the overall mental wellbeing of their workforce. Read More »

Texans lose Watt, lose to Chiefs


He's a great kid. Tibial plateau fracture: The cautious end was harmed while being blocked halfway through the main quarter and tumbled to the ground. They flipped him onto his back and were looking at his left leg. The 28-year-old had to be helped off the field, clearly favouring his left leg. When your defense is able to make plays, that takes a ton of pressure off of a rookie quarterback. Read More »

Make Bengaluru Roads Pothole-Free Within 15 Days: Siddaramaiah to BBMP Officials


Siddaramaiah said the state is also setting up a task force to ensure that Bengaluru becomes debris free in the city. She died instantly. Radha and Kumar were also wearing helmets. The potholed Mysuru Road claimed another life on Sunday, taking the number of fatalities owing to the poor condition of this stretch to three in less than a week. Read More »

Brown signs bill reducing penalties for HIV transmission

It was authored by Senator Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) and Assemblyman Todd Gloria (D-San Diego). Weiner said in a statement that its passage represents 'a major step toward treating HIV as a public health issue, instead of treating people living with HIV as criminals'. Read More »

Community East Offering Free Flu Shots This Week


The flu, or influenza, is a contagious respiratory illness with symptoms such as a fever, body aches and sore throat. If, however, there are complications from getting flu, antibiotics may be needed. The free flu vaccine is available to anyone who is over the age of 65, pregnant; or has certain medical conditions. Some people may be eligible for a free vaccine or a vaccine at a reduced cost. Read More »

Dianne Feinstein: No law could have stopped the Vegas shooter


The Senator echoed the comment on another program the same day - clearing any confusion whether she misspoke, saying that she is not sure if any gun laws could have prevented the disaster. Apparently enlivened by her lead role in the gun control debate, Feinstein, 84, ended the "will-she-or-won't-she" parlor game that has riveted California politics for months. Read More »