Health Care

Austism pioneer Hans Asperger 'collaborated' with Nazi regime, study finds

Austism pioneer Hans Asperger 'collaborated' with Nazi regime, study finds A new study by Herwig Czech, from Vienna's Medical University, overturns previous claims that the doctor shielded his child patients from the Nazi regime in Vienna where he worked. In the case of one three-year-old child, Herta Schreiber, Asperger wrote "the child must be an unbearable burden to the mother, who has to care for five healthy children". [Full Article...]

Don't eat the lettuce: E. Coli outbreak expands to 16 states

Don't eat the lettuce: E. Coli outbreak expands to 16 states In total, 31 out of 48 people with available information have been hospitalized - a rate of 65% - including five people who have developed a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS). Around 95 percent of those interviewed claim to have eaten romaine lettuce in the week before they began to experience symptoms. "It is unrealistic to expect consumers to figure out whether ... [Full Article...]

'RGV Provoked Sri Reddy To Abuse Pawan, I've Proof'

'RGV Provoked Sri Reddy To Abuse Pawan, I've Proof' It is clear that Ram Gopal Varma is the man who influenced actress Sri Reddy to abuse Pawan Kalyan . Even though the actor-turned politician has not reacted to this, his brother Babu addressed the media on the issue on Wednesday. Days after her protest on the streets of Hyderabad , Kalyan had advised Reddy that she should have gone to the police instead of protesting in the streets. [Full Article...]

Abby Lee Miller reportedly undergoes emergency spinal surgery

Abby Lee Miller reportedly undergoes emergency spinal surgery The reality star sentenced in May to one year and one day in prison, as well as a $120,000 judgement and a $40,000 fine, for bankruptcy fraud. Her condition began to deteriorate after she experienced "excruciating neck pain " and weakness in her arm. [Full Article...]

Mutharika in game-changing commitment on malaria fight in Malawi

Mutharika in game-changing commitment on malaria fight in Malawi She will say: "Across the Commonwealth, tens of millions of young people - usually but not always girls - are denied the education that would allow them to get on in life". Five crop protection companies, BASF, Bayer, Mitsui Chemicals, Sumitomo Chemical Company & Syngenta, will launch ZERO by 40, a joint initiative supported by IVCC and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, to accelerate developm... [Full Article...]

New Therapy May Prevent Tough-to-Treat Migraines

New Therapy May Prevent Tough-to-Treat Migraines The Phase IIIb LIBERTY trial assessed Aimovig (erenumab) in episodic migraine patients who had previously tried two to four therapies without success, thus representing a "uniquely difficult-to-treat population often excluded from migraine prevention trials", the firm noted. [Full Article...]

Fearless runners are looking forward to London marathon

Fearless runners are looking forward to London marathon This time she will have three male pacemakers around her for the first time, which should enable her to take serious aim at Radcliffe's overall world record of 2:15.25, which was set with the help of male runners, in 2003. The other key women in the race-Kenya's Vivian Cheruiyot and Gladys Cherono, Bahrain's Rose Chelimo, and Ethiopia's Tirunesh Dibaba and Tigist Tufa-were mute when as... [Full Article...]

Cuomo grants NY parolees right to vote by executive order

Cuomo grants NY parolees right to vote by executive order Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Wednesday he will sign an executive order allowing parolees to vote . The move would give 35,000 felons on parole the ability to vote. Attorney General Eric Holder, who leads the National Democratic Redistricting Committee, a group focused on voting rights issues. The governor issued the directive on Wednesday, adding NY to a list of 14 states and the District of C... [Full Article...]

Cash crunch due to shortage of Rs 2000 notes: MP Finance Minister

Cash crunch due to shortage of Rs 2000 notes: MP Finance Minister The Opposition, however, was quick to mark apprehension over the Finance Minister's response. "There has been some tendency of some people using Rs 2,000 notes, but that does not affect the overall supply of the Rs 2,000 notes". Telangana IT and Industries Minister KT Rama Rao today expressed concern that cash shortage problem in Banks and ATMs across Telangana State has been prevailing for long t... [Full Article...]

Alder Hey pleads with Alfie Evans protesters not to disturb patients

Alder Hey pleads with Alfie Evans protesters not to disturb patients Alder Hey said noise from protesters outside the hospital on Sunday night had disturbed other young patients. "This is extremely unhelpful for all concerned and we are investigating further to establish the full circumstances". Broadcasting from his son's bedside tonight, Alfie's father Tom Evans revealed he and the toddler's mother Kate James had been banned from sleeping in the same unit as th... [Full Article...]

Pope meets father of British toddler at center of battle

Pope meets father of British toddler at center of battle Francesco Cavina of Carpi to preserve relations between the Vatican's Secretariat of State and the family "so that all initiatives be taken to transfer the child to the Bambino Gesù in Rome". Supreme Court and now await the court's decision. It was Francis' second appeal this week for Alfie, and the second time in recent months that the Vatican has intervened in a case of a sick British toddler. [Full Article...]

De La Rue remains 'cautious' after losing United Kingdom passport tender

De La Rue remains 'cautious' after losing United Kingdom passport tender But the British firm said on Wednesday it would not appeal the government's decision to pick Gemalto and vowed to "assist with transition to the new supplier". The firm blamed £4m in costs for tendering to continue making United Kingdom passports, as well as delays in other contracts. He called the award of the deal to Gemalto "surprising and disappointing" and questioned "why the British govern... [Full Article...]

Suspect in Iceland's 'Big Bitcoin Heist' escapes country after prison break

Suspect in Iceland's 'Big Bitcoin Heist' escapes country after prison break Police said he travelled under a passport in someone else's name, but was identified via surveillance video. Police Chief Gunnar Schram told local news outlet Visir that Stefansson did not manage the escape alone, saying: " He had an accomplice ". [Full Article...]

Multi-starrer 'Kalank' to release in April 2019

Multi-starrer 'Kalank' to release in April 2019 Karan tweeted to say that Kalank will be an epic drama and release in April next year. It is a gem of an idea that I had almost 15 years ago and a film that was in a pre-production stage helmed by my father. " Kalank " was initially set to star Sridevi before her untimely death in February. Their cute chemistry both on and off screen has been setting serious BFF and relationship goals for al... [Full Article...]

Asifa Murder and Rape jolts Kashmir like nothing in recent times

Asifa Murder and Rape jolts Kashmir like nothing in recent times A bench of Chief Justice Dipak Misra , Justice A Khanwilkar and Justice DY Chandrachud directed the state to provide adequate security also to Rajawat's family as well as Talib Hussain - a member of the Bakerwal community who is helping the victim's family. [Full Article...]

Erdoğan discusses snap elections with MHP chairman Bahçeli

Erdoğan discusses snap elections with MHP chairman Bahçeli Turks narrowly backed a constitutional change previous year to change the constitution and grant Erdogan sweeping powers. The sides plan to discuss Bahceli's proposal to hold early presidential and parliamentary elections in Turkey, the Turkish media reported. [Full Article...]

Air Pollution Exposure Triggers Alzheimer's Risk

Air Pollution Exposure Triggers Alzheimer's Risk Seven billion people, over 95 percent of the world's population, are breathing air that contains unhealthy levels of pollution, while 60 percent of the world is living in areas that don't even meet the most basic standards of air quality . [Full Article...]

Locals react to E.Coli outbreak

Locals react to E.Coli outbreak You might also want to rethink this menu option. 'If it needs to be refrigerated we put it in the refrigerator. You may have noticed, it's been hard to find romaine lettuce at stores or restaurants this week. Now that it's April, most romaine lettuce comes from California. In addition to working with providers to investigate possible illness, public health authorities are asking restaurants ... [Full Article...]

Stop demarketing Nigeria, PDP tells Buhari

Stop demarketing Nigeria, PDP tells Buhari Trump will discuss ways of combating terrorism, promoting economic growth and building Nigeria's role as a leader in West Africa at the April 30 meeting. However, the British Prime Minister expressed concerns that "so many girls had been affected by the security situation in Nigeria". May, while speaking on education and climate change, also told Buhari that "good grounding in education is... [Full Article...]

Sachin Tendulkar plays gully cricket on Mumbai streets

Sachin Tendulkar plays gully cricket on Mumbai streets A video has emerged on the social media that shows the legendary cricketer knocking a few balls on the roadside. Mumbai is called the land of stars and celebrities. This time around, however, the "small player" turned out be the man who's scored thirty-four thousand runs in worldwide cricket, with a staggering 100 hundreds. [Full Article...]


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