• A federal judge ruled against Obamacare. What happens now?
A federal judge ruled against Obamacare. What happens now?

If O'Connor's ruling stands , it would deal a major blow to the USA health care system. These include emergency services, maternity and newborn care, mental health and substance abuse treatment, prescription drugs and pediatric care. For one thing, O'Connor didn't enjoin the federal government from enforcing the provisions of the ACA. But th...

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  • Google Fit update brings home screen widgets and other improvements
Google Fit update brings home screen widgets and other improvements

A second widget is able to show detailed data such as steps taken, calories burned and miles traveled. Lastly, a new Wear OS feature will walk you through a breathing exercise if you're feeling in need of a relaxing little break from whatever you're doing.

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  • The Latest Photos As President George H.W
The Latest Photos As President George H.W

Bush. CNN used the event to assume the worst of the president and proceeded not to focus on remembering the life of Bush, but instead focus on attacking the president, more specifically, his character. Seems Sully couldn't bear to leave Bush just yet.as we reported, the service dog was supposed to be returned to America's VetDogs and head u...

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  • Chinese researcher claims to have made the first CRISPR-edited babies
Chinese researcher claims to have made the first CRISPR-edited babies

Gene editing could potentially help avoid heritable diseases by deleting or changing troublesome coding in embryos. In previous discussions of how gene editing could potentially be used, many scientists have agreed that it should be applied only to prevent serious genetic disorders without alternative treatments.

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  • Chinese researcher claims second pregnancy with gene-edited baby is underway
Chinese researcher claims second pregnancy with gene-edited baby is underway

He's claims have not been confirmed by other scientists. Natural mutations to the gene, known as CCR5, affect up to 10% of the populations in northern European countries and can also confer immunity to HIV, the scientist said . But Daley argued that a consensus was a emerging that "if we can solve the scientific challenges, it may be a moral i...

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  • Drug to reduce children’s peanut allergies shows early promise
Drug to reduce children’s peanut allergies shows early promise

Participants of the PALISADE trial were instructed to continue the standard of care for peanut allergy , which meant eliminating peanuts from their diets and carrying self-injectable epinephrine (an emergency medical treatment for accidental exposure).

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  • E. Coli Outbreak in Ontario, Quebec Linked to Romaine Lettuce
E. Coli Outbreak in Ontario, Quebec Linked to Romaine Lettuce

He suspects the USA has gone a step further than Canada in part because US authorities reported 32 cases of E. coli , 13 of which involved a person who was hospitalized. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is warning people to avoid eating the lettuce. This percentage is significantly higher than results from a survey [PDF - 787 KB ] o...

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  • Health officials urge people to avoid romaine lettuce amid E. coli outbreak
Health officials urge people to avoid romaine lettuce amid E. coli outbreak

No deaths have been reported, according to the CDC . The contaminated lettuce is from the Yuma, Arizona region. In last year's outbreak, 25 people across 15 states became sick after eating romaine lettuce with that bacterial strain. coli . Additionally, you should make sure to wash and sanitize drawers or shelves in refrigerators where romaine...

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  • Bhutanese conjoined twins separated at Australian hospital
Bhutanese conjoined twins separated at Australian hospital

Nima and Dawa, two 15-month-old girls, shared a liver and were joined from the lower chest to just above the pelvis. It took a team of four surgeons and 18 other employees from Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital six hours to split up the girls, which was actually faster than the team expected.

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  • Trump says 'too bad' to Republican losers who refused to embace him
Trump says 'too bad' to Republican losers who refused to embace him

Ryan Costello, a Republican from Pennsylvania who announced his retirement earlier this year, tweeted his displeasure: "To deal w harassment & filth spewed at GOP MOC's in tough seats every day for 2 yrs, bc of POTUS; to bite ur lip more times you'd care to; to disagree & separate from POTUS on principle & civility in ur campaign; to lose...

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  • Women take breast cancer drive to Diepkloof
Women take breast cancer drive to Diepkloof

The drive will be led by Aesthetica Clinic Dubai - an Avivo Group enterprise that focuses on anti-aging, aesthetic medicine and plastic surgical procedures. The psycho-social aspect of recovery has often been related to the physical appearance post cancer treatment. Study years considered for this insight to analyze the market size of Global Breas...

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  • October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Dr. Dhage is the Director of Breast Surgery Services and the Associate Director of the NYU Winthrop Hospital Breast Health Program, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Surgery in the NYU School of Medicine and is fellowship trained in Breast Surgery.

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  • Biden rallies union for Democrats in tight Nevada races
Biden rallies union for Democrats in tight Nevada races

Biden entered the ring first, telling unionised workers and Democratic activists America's values were "being shredded by a president who is all about himself". President Clinton had a 48 percent approval rating and the Democrats lost 52 seats in the House. Republicans face an additional challenge as they are fighting to hold into the House: Demo...

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  • Toddler hospitalized with Florida's first case of polio-like disease
Toddler hospitalized with Florida's first case of polio-like disease

Federal health officials have issued an unusual warning about a growing number of cases of a polio-like illness called acute flaccid myelitis , also known as AFM . "We have a lot of anger toward the CDC", said Gary, 37, speaking as a member of the AFM parent community. The season however has not ended, and several possible AFM cases remain under...

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  • Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease linked to eating squirrel brains
Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease linked to eating squirrel brains

Based on an MRI, the unnamed man seemed to have a variant of Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, a degenerative and fatal brain disorder that is commonly contracted by eating meat from cattle affected by " mad cow disease ", doctors found. Most patients suffering from CJD and vCJD die within a year. According to co-author Dr John Hanna, a medical reside...

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  • Madison County Health Department offering free flu shots
Madison County Health Department offering free flu shots

The health department also plans to announce additional flu shot clinics for children and adults who cannot be present for the drive through event. During the last flu season , which was one of the worst to hit the U.S.in decades, 183 children died from the flu. Overall, an estimated 80,000 Americans died from flu last season.

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  • 7th Case of Rare Disease Diagnosed
7th Case of Rare Disease Diagnosed

Each year since then, usually in August or September, the CDC has logged a spike in the illness. Another spike came in 2016. Though AFM has not claimed any lives this year, there was one death in 2017. However, experts say that initial indications from a small number of cases suggest a grim outlook. "Our medical team has been reviewing vaccine reco...

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  • CDC: Mysterious paralyzing illness reported in 22 states
CDC: Mysterious paralyzing illness reported in 22 states

The agency said it is very concerned about it. The polio-like illness causes limited mobility or paralysis. They also wanted to raise awareness about the condition so parents can seek medical care if their child develops symptoms , and so physicians can quickly relay reports of the potential illness to the CDC.

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  • Michael Cohen is now a registered Democrat
Michael Cohen is now a registered Democrat

Mr Cohen's attorney Lanny Davis said on Twitter that his client has changed his registration from Republican to Democrat. He had also served as the deputy finance chairman of the Republican National Committee' Finance Committee, before stepping down amid a federal investigation into his business deals, Fox News reported .

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  • State Mental Health Authority constituted to provide mental health services: Brahm Mohindra
State Mental Health Authority constituted to provide mental health services: Brahm Mohindra

The measures come as London hosts the first ever Global Ministerial Mental Health Summit , organized together with the OECD and supported by the World Health Organization (WHO). Further, this life expectancy gap between people living with mental illness and the rest of the population is getting larger every decade. Also, the common man is over...

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  • Chief Justice Roberts transfers Kavanaugh complaints to 10th Circuit
Chief Justice Roberts transfers Kavanaugh complaints to 10th Circuit

McConnell warned, "So this business of presidential harassment may or may not quite be the victor they think it is". "After an unnecessarily partisan, divisive national debate, Justice Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation was a victory for those who value fairness, process, and the presumption of innocence", Hatch said in response to the poll .

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  • General Electric ditches boss John Flannery and takes $23bn hit
General Electric ditches boss John Flannery and takes $23bn hit

GE, however, has not seen such gains, particularly when it comes to its power business which was hit by problems with its latest generation of gas turbines and posted a $10 billion loss a year ago. In other words, exactly the opposite of the situation at GE. The announced leadership changes resulted in a almost 14% stock price increase in pre...

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation completes interview of Kavanaugh's high school friend
Federal Bureau of Investigation completes interview of Kavanaugh's high school friend

The president warned about a unsafe and "damn sad situation" in the country where a man's life can be destroyed over accusations over misconduct and are assumed guilty instead of innocent. "I don't know. But I had one beer", Trump said , to laughter from the crowd. The fight over Kavanaugh's nomination to a lifetime job on the top United States ...

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  • Explained: The cancer therapy that got two immunologists a Nobel
Explained: The cancer therapy that got two immunologists a Nobel

Before going to see her, I checked her scan report. This screenshot shows the official Nobel Prize Twitter account. Anderson Cancer Center. Honju works at Japan's Kyoto University. The new treatments represented "a landmark in our fight against cancer", the Nobel Assembly at Sweden's Karolinska Institute said in announcing the winners.

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  • Women Die In Flooded Van Driven By South Carolina Deputies
Women Die In Flooded Van Driven By South Carolina Deputies

Floodwaters in North Carolina were still quite high as of September 19. They were about halfway through the trip by 6 p.m., on Highway 76 near the Little Pee Dee River, when the van encountered the running water. Sixteen North Carolina rivers were at major flood stage Tuesday, with an additional three forecast to peak by Thursday. Aides say Pre...

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  • Three killed and two injured in warehouse shooting in Maryland, US
Three killed and two injured in warehouse shooting in Maryland, US

Moseley was once a security guard at the facility where the shooting occurred, a law enforcement official said. Walter Zambrano, who said he worked at the distribution centre, said he was in the bathroom when the shooting broke out and saw nothing as he hid, frightened for his life.

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  • Florence weakens to depression, flood risk rises
Florence weakens to depression, flood risk rises

Hundreds were rescued in New Bern, a city of 30,000 at the confluence of the Neuse and Trent rivers. He says waiting out a storm can also deplete resources. Authorities on Saturday warned residents displaced by a killer hurricane that its devastation was far from over, as Florence dumped "epic amounts of rainfall" across the southeastern United...

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  • Diclofenac increases the risk of heart strokes
Diclofenac increases the risk of heart strokes

Use of diclofenac , a commonly used NSAID for treating pain and inflammation , is linked to increased risk for cardiovascular events. The research team, led by Dr Morten Schmidt from the Aarhus University Hospital in Denmark examined starting the use of the drug compared with no NSAIDS, beginning the use paracetamol and starting other tra...

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  • Longtime US Senator and war hero John McCain lies in state
Longtime US Senator and war hero John McCain lies in state

Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee said that McCain deserves "a significant memorial" in the nation's capital but that senators have time to decide what the best memorial is. Ducey said to the rest of the world, McCain "was Arizona". Ducey said McCain's fight for America wasn't over adding "it's a fight all Americans are obligated to ...

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  • Shortly After John McCain's Death, White House Raises Flags to Full Staff
Shortly After John McCain's Death, White House Raises Flags to Full Staff

President Trump did not issue a formal proclamation following his death but did tweet his condolences to McCain's family. The Arizona Republican, whose relationship with President Trump has always been fraught, died on Saturday at the age of 81 after battling brain cancer.

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  • Sen. John McCain dead at 81
Sen. John McCain dead at 81

McCain, who died following a battle with brain cancer, will also lie in state at the Arizona Capitol in Phoenix, a Republican official who is involved with planning told the newspaper. " John put principle before politics. I'd like to see us recover our sense that we are more alike than different", he wrote. Former President George W.

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  • Gut Enzyme Could Help Solve US Blood Shortages
Gut Enzyme Could Help Solve US Blood Shortages

Per the UK's National Health Service ( NHS ), blood group A features A-type antigens on the red blood cells, along with anti-B antibodies - the handcuffs that pin down and identify threats to the immune system - within the plasma. 21) at a meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) in Boston. The team found an entire family of enzymes that ...

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  • Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus
Mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus

To date this year, Public Health Ontario has reported five human cases in the province. "One bite from one infected mosquito can make a person sick", CVMVCD General Manager Jeremy Wittie said. -Repair: Keep mosquitoes outside. Empty plastic wading pools at least once a week and store indoors when not in use. Use mosquito repellents containing D...

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  • A Harvard Prof Warns That Coconut Oil Is ‘Pure Poison’
A Harvard Prof Warns That Coconut Oil Is ‘Pure Poison’

The professor went on to say that there's no studies that show coconut oil has significant health benefits, and that saturated fatty acids can clog your arteries. The advisory paper recommended against ingesting coconut oil because of its high saturated fat content. Coconut oil contains around 86% saturated fat and around one-third more s...

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  • Google’s Fit Redesign Turns Activity Tracking Into a Game
Google’s Fit Redesign Turns Activity Tracking Into a Game

Google's revamp simplifies its tracking program, which it first launched in 2014 as a competitor to Apple's HealthKit. The new features are called " Move Minutes " and " Heart Points ". Heart Points are the more extreme of the two and will only generate during activity that gets your heart moving. Today, Google announced the redesigned Goog...

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