Medicine


New Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Instagram pics photos New Alexandria Ocasio Cortez Instagram pics photos
- January 25, 2019

Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez doesn't take any guff on Twitter , but there is one person in the political space who surprisingly hasn't tried to call her out. Our country's celebrated young social warrior is never going to be elected president of the United States - not even if she lives to be Hillary Clinton's age and gets lots of free help from Stephen Colbert , the Russians or the Federal Bureau of Investigation. (more...)
Measles Prompts Health Emergency in Washington County
- January 25, 2019

Five cases involve those from 11 to 18, and one infected person is between 19 and 29 years old. It includes health care facilities, churches, schools, Concourse D and the Delta Sky Lounge of Portland International Airport, an Ikea, Dollar Tree stores, the Moda Center during a Trail Blazers' game, and Amazon Lockers. (more...)
Human diet causing ‘catastrophic’ damage to planet Human diet causing ‘catastrophic’ damage to planet
- January 23, 2019

It would also help to slow climate change, deforestation and the loss of species. Transformation to healthy diets by 2050 will require substantial dietary shifts, it said, including a greater than 50% reduction in global consumption of unhealthy foods, such as red meat and sugar, and a greater than 100% increase in consumption of healthy foods, such as nuts, fruits, vegetables, and legumes. (more...)
Cyber expert says EVMs ‘hacked’ during 2014 LS polls; EC rejects claims Cyber expert says EVMs ‘hacked’ during 2014 LS polls; EC rejects claims
- January 22, 2019

Addressing a press conference in London via Skype, Shuja had claimed he fled India in 2014 because he felt threatened in the country after the killing of some of his team members. Most of the advanced countries in the world have discontinued the use of EVMs after reports of their tampering, he said. The self-styled cyber expert alleged that the EVMs were hacked by the BJP using a modulator which transmits military-grade frequency. (more...)
Londoners urged to get flu shot following first death of the season Londoners urged to get flu shot following first death of the season
- January 21, 2019

He again appealed that if people will report early to Govt Hospitals and are treated adequately, the severity of the illness and mortality due to Influenza A H1N1 can be reduced and prevented. Seven of those eight were at least 65 years old. According to a report released by the health unit Wednesday, there were 22 laboratory-confirmed cases of Influenza A between January 6 and January 12. (more...)
Walmart and CVS ink deal, resolve pricing dispute Walmart and CVS ink deal, resolve pricing dispute
- January 20, 2019

Mercer Advisers Inc reported 0.08% of its portfolio in CVS Health Corporation (NYSE: CVS ). Btc accumulated 77,450 shs or 1.04% of the stock. Insiders own 0.53% of the company's stock. For shares of Alcoa Corporation (NYSE: AA), there are now ratings available from 11 different stock market analysts who have all given their professional opinions. (more...)
Governor Ron DeSantis wants ban on smokeable medical pot ended Governor Ron DeSantis wants ban on smokeable medical pot ended
- January 20, 2019

He got right to the heart of the issue, saying "Who am I to judge?" whether patients should smoke marijuana. DeSantis said. "I want people to be able to have their suffering relieved". The state Legislature then appealed that decision . DeSantis said the current law doesn't reflect the will of voters and that it's not up to him what form of marijuana patients use to treat debilitating illnesses. (more...)
Report urging less meat in global diet 'lacks agricultural understanding' Report urging less meat in global diet 'lacks agricultural understanding'
- January 19, 2019

Moving to healthier, more sustainable eating habits around the world could prevent 11 million premature deaths per year by 2050, scientists claim. The report also recommends that people eat just 29g of chicken each day, 250g of dairy (about one glass of milk ) and just over one egg per week. (more...)
Microsoft, Walgreens team up to develop new healthcare delivery models Microsoft, Walgreens team up to develop new healthcare delivery models
- January 18, 2019

Trading volume is an important technical indicator a shareholder uses to confirm a trend or trend reversal. Looking at some alternate time periods, the 12 month price index is 0.951028, the 6 month is 1.096875, and the five year is 1.299191. (more...)
Man hospitalised in Ireland after repeatedly injecting semen to heal back pain Man hospitalised in Ireland after repeatedly injecting semen to heal back pain
- January 18, 2019

Upon further interrogation of this alternative therapy, he revealed he had injected one monthly "dose" of semen for 18 consecutive months using a hypodermic needle which had been purchased online . The patient was treated with an intravenous antimicrobial drip, but he made a decision to discharge himself without allowing doctors to drain the "local collection", the news outlet reported. (more...)
Americans more likely to die from opioids than a auto crash Americans more likely to die from opioids than a auto crash
- January 17, 2019

Opioid pain relievers are the most fatally abused drugs and they're entirely legal. "Numerous still do not see it as a significant hazard to them or their household", stated Maureen Vogel, spokeswoman for the National Safety Council. "What began more than 2 decades ago as a public health problem primarily among young and middle-aged white males is now an epidemic of prescription and illicit opioid abuse that is taking a toll on all segments of U.S. (more...)
Why Your Heart Needs a Good Night's Sleep Why Your Heart Needs a Good Night's Sleep
- January 17, 2019

All participants wore an actigraph, which is a small device that continuously measures activity or movement, in order to measure their sleep. To quantify coronary calcification and noncoronary atherosclerosis, cardiac CT and femoral and carotid 3-dimensional vascular ultrasound were done. (more...)
Man injects self with own semen to treat back pain, develops abscess
- January 17, 2019

He developed a "subcutaneous abscess" on his right arm as a result of injecting himself monthly for 18 months. "He had devised this " cure " independent of any medical advice". A man in Dublin was admitted to hospital after he repeatedly injected himself with his own semen. This case study was published with one mission in mind - to be educational and warn others against trying similar methods at home. (more...)
Sen. Rand Paul scheduled to have hernia surgery in Canada Sen. Rand Paul scheduled to have hernia surgery in Canada
- January 15, 2019

Paul is scheduled for surgery at Shouldice Hospital, which touts itself as a world leader in "non-mesh hernia fix". The surgery, which is connected to injuries Paul suffered when he was attacked by a neighbor while doing yard work in 2017, will be done in Ontario, the Associated Press reports . (more...)
Million People Have Already Been Sick With the Flu Says CDC Million People Have Already Been Sick With the Flu Says CDC
- January 14, 2019

Food and Drug Administration approved the first new flu medication in almost two decades past year. The Centers for Disease control reports the flu has become widespread in 31 states including Nebraska. "If people have not yet had the vaccine, it's not unusual that around this time, after the holidays, we might have a little bit more influenza activity", Murti said. (more...)
Surreal feeling that audience has accepted URI… says Vicky Kaushal Surreal feeling that audience has accepted URI… says Vicky Kaushal
- January 14, 2019

The actor, who was seen in films like " Raazi ", "Sanju" and "Manmarziyaan" a year ago, will soon be gearing up for Karan Johar's "Takht", which will also feature Ranveer Singh , Anil Kapoor, Kareena Kapoor Khan, Alia Bhatt, Bhumi Pednekar and Janhvi Kapoor. (more...)
4th flu death of the season occurs in Indiana 4th flu death of the season occurs in Indiana
- January 13, 2019

Confirming the details, Dr Farooq Jan Medical Superintendent SKIMS said that so far nine people have died due to H1N1 since September at the only tertiary care hospital. Some doctors and nurses were anxious going into this flu season , considering how bad past year was, said Dr. James Steinberg, chief medical officer at Emory University Hospital Midtown in Atlanta. (more...)
Study details how high fiber diets make for healthier lives Study details how high fiber diets make for healthier lives
- January 13, 2019

However, high intakes might have ill-effects for people with low iron or mineral levels for whom high levels of whole grains can further reduce iron levels, the researchers noted. The authors note that carbohydrates include sugars, starches and dietary fiber . However, the study found only limited support that diets with a low glycemic index and low glycemic load offered protection against type 2 diabetes and stroke. (more...)
URI box-office collection day 1: Vicky Kaushal film takes a solid start URI box-office collection day 1: Vicky Kaushal film takes a solid start
- January 13, 2019

Two of the most highly-anticipated films, The Accidental Prime Minister and Vicky Kaushal-starrer Uri: The Surgical Strike , released on 11 January. "Till the film is released, you don't have an idea if it is going to work". According to BoxOfficeIndia.com, the film opened well at the box office earning around Rs 8-8.25 crore on its opening day. (more...)
NYC Mayor Proposes Mandatory Vacation Time For Workers NYC Mayor Proposes Mandatory Vacation Time For Workers
- January 13, 2019

Some Americans want to see the health initiative replicated nationwide. "In this city, we're going to make that a reality", he said Tuesday. NYC Care will launch in summer 2019 and will roll out geographically, starting in the Bronx. "This is the city paying for direct comprehensive care (not just ERs) for people who can't afford it, or can't get comprehensive Medicaid - including 300,000 undocumented New Yorkers", posted a spokesperson for De Blasio on social media. (more...)