Health Care

How doctors helped a transgender woman breast-fed her baby

How doctors helped a transgender woman breast-fed her baby Writing in the Transgender Health journal, specialists from the Mount Sinai Centre for Transgender Medicine and Surgery said: "She explained that her partner was pregnant but not interested in breastfeeding , and that she hoped to take on the role of being the primary food source for her infant". [Full Article...]

Former MLB Pitcher Esteban Loaiza Arrested With 20 Kilograms Of Cocaine

Former MLB Pitcher Esteban Loaiza Arrested With 20 Kilograms Of Cocaine His bail, initially set at $200,000, was reportedly increased to $250,000 on Wednesday because he was deemed a flight risk. If convicted on all counts, Loaiza faces more than 20 years in prison. That provide enough probable cause for officers to seek a search warrant to take a look in his home, which he leased in early February. Sheriff's Lt. [Full Article...]

Kejriwal's Report Card On Three Years Of Delhi Govt

Kejriwal's Report Card On Three Years Of Delhi Govt Kejriwal said that measure like landscaping to be adopted to curb pollution. He said that there will be a massive investment in the next one year on construction and fix of roads. "We would install 3,000 more beds by next financial year", he added. On the occasion of completion of three years of the Kejriwal government, Delhi Congress released a book titled "Three years Delhi Behal". [Full Article...]

Blood Test for Concussion OK'd

Blood Test for Concussion OK'd Use of the blood tests could begin as soon as this year. The new test measures levels of certain proteins that are released from the brain into the blood within 12 hours of a head injury . The Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday approved a first-ever blood test to detect the telltale signs of serious brain injury, bringing to fruition a long quest to make the diagnosis of concussions ... [Full Article...]

Worms removed from eye of OR woman

Worms removed from eye of OR woman The worm from Beckley's eye had never been reported in people before, Bradbury says. About half-inch long, translucent and threadlike. He and his colleagues published the case Monday in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene . [Full Article...]

Former Yankees pitcher arrested on felony drug charges

Former Yankees pitcher arrested on felony drug charges The 46-year-old was being held in the South Bay Detention facility on $200,000 bail on suspicion of possessing and transporting narcotics for sale. It was not immediately known if Loaiza had hired a lawyer, and he could not be reached to comment. [Full Article...]

Shirtless flag bearer's family safe after cyclone devastates Tonga

Shirtless flag bearer's family safe after cyclone devastates Tonga Spark announced today it will credit its customers for the cost of landline and mobile calls and texts to Tonga and Samoa in the aftermath of Cyclone Gita . And as the damage is assessed, we are also offering our assistance to Tonga in the form of personnel to assist in their relief effort and clean-up. There are so far no confirmed reports of deaths, but officials said at least three people we... [Full Article...]

Robots Smaller Than a Human Hair Can Starve and Shrink Cancerous Tumors

Robots Smaller Than a Human Hair Can Starve and Shrink Cancerous Tumors The demonstration was achieved using the nanorobots to target tumours relating to breast, ovarian, lung and skin cancer in mice. To the ends of that DNA tube, the researchers attached small bits of DNA that specifically bind to a molecule found in tumor cells, and they served as a kind of guide for the DNA nanorobots . [Full Article...]

Wanted Indian mujahideen terrorist, Ariz Khan alias Junaid arrested by Delhi Police

Wanted Indian mujahideen terrorist, Ariz Khan alias Junaid arrested by Delhi Police The 32-year-old's arrest by Delhi Police's Special Cell comes three weeks after the elite anti-terror force apprehended another suspected IM operative Abdul Subhan Qureshi (46), a software engineer-turned-bomb-maker, from east Delhi after a brief gunbattle. [Full Article...]

Study reveals the link between slow eating and low obesity

Study reveals the link between slow eating and low obesity That's the outcome of a study in the journal BMJ Open , which scrutinised the health insurance data of almost 60,000 Japanese people who were quizzed about their health and lifestyle habits over a six-year period. People looking to shrink their waistlines may want to adopt three simple eating habits to help them get there, new research suggests . "My advice is slow down, chew your food thoroug... [Full Article...]

Antibiotics family discovered in soil could be the answer to antibiotic resistance

Antibiotics family discovered in soil could be the answer to antibiotic resistance When they implanted the gene cluster into Streptomyces bacteria, the cells produced two new antibiotics, which were found to be active against Gram-positive bacteria, including multidrug-resistant pathogens. Some 700,000 people die each year from such infections, with global deaths expected to reach 10 million by 2050 due to antibiotics resistance. As a result, the new antibiotic managed to kill... [Full Article...]

Mom wakes up with British accent. She's never left the US

Mom wakes up with British accent. She's never left the US But two years ago she went down with a crippling headache and woke up with a Cockney accent she's had ever since. When Myers speaks, "everybody only sees or hears Mary Poppins", she told ABC news affiliate KNXV . Since then, researchers have published more than 100 case studies of FAS. Little is known about Foreign Accent Syndrome other than its connection to neurological damage, and treatme... [Full Article...]

WMU, the flu and you

WMU, the flu and you However, the stories of otherwise healthy people dying from the virus are really shocking and frightening. "The most prevalent strains of the season may not be as well protected against from this flu vaccine that's available this year", she said. [Full Article...]

Mulvaney says he's not being considered to replace Kelly

Mulvaney says he's not being considered to replace Kelly White House legislative director Marc Short was asked whether Trump had personally waived Porter's interim security clearance, as the Federal Bureau of Investigation made further checks on his background, to allow him to handle the highly classified documents that flow to the president's desk. [Full Article...]

PyeongChang organisers cyber-attacked during opening ceremony

PyeongChang organisers cyber-attacked during opening ceremony At the opening ceremonies Friday, Pence sat stone-faced in his seat as Moon and North Korean officials stood together with much of the stadium to applaud their joint team of athletes . Park also dryly pointed out that the last-minute participation of the North Koreans meant some South Korean athletes who had planned to play were ruled out, a fact some South Koreans continue to resent. [Full Article...]

Sri Lanka gears for local government elections

Sri Lanka gears for local government elections Rajapaksa , who lost the 2015 presidential election, said the people want him back because the government is considering a new constitution that would share power with ethnic minority Tamils and sell state assets. The long-delayed election comes after the councils were dissolved over two years ago after their tenure ended. Sirisena says he wants to take charge of the economy, which is now handle... [Full Article...]

Trump's Speechwriter, Sorensen Quits Over Domestic Abuse Claims

Trump's Speechwriter, Sorensen Quits Over Domestic Abuse Claims People commented all the time how lucky I was". "We're all saddened by this", Short said. You think that maybe someone would have mentioned it to me. "The general is there to put in policies and processes and procedures". "I have no reason not to believe the women", Conway added . The White House was forced to quell rumors that Kelly was ready to resign. [Full Article...]

Opioid Maker Says It Won't Market In Doctors' Offices Anymore

Opioid Maker Says It Won't Market In Doctors' Offices Anymore Opioids killed more than 42,000 people in 2016 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , and 40 percent of those deaths involved a prescription opioid. Eventually, Purdue acknowledged that its promotions exaggerated the drug's safety and minimized the risks of addiction. "The decision by a manufacturer to stop pushing opioid pain medications is late, but better late than n... [Full Article...]

Akshay Kumar PadMan Movie Second/2nd Day Collections Worldwide Income Report

Akshay Kumar PadMan Movie Second/2nd Day Collections Worldwide Income Report While the entire nation is praising the makers for film's fascinating storyline, hard-hitting social message and quirky dialogues, Pakistan have outrightly refused to issue a clearance certificate to PadMan due to its "taboo subject" without even watching it. [Full Article...]

President Trump pushes for more Republicans in Congress

But when it comes time to vote, the House may face many of their own challenges, like conservatives opposing spending increases and democrats holding out for an immigration deal. House GOP leaders said they were confident they had shored up support among conservatives for the measure, which would shower the Pentagon with money but add hundreds of billions of dollars to the nation's 20 tril... [Full Article...]


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