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FDA Committee Recommends GW's Cannabis-Based Seizure Drug

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GW Pharmaceuticals PLC GWPH , +0.22% said Thursday it has won a unanimous recommendation from a U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory committee for the approval of its cannabis-derived drug epidiolex. Today's recommendation doesn't mean that the FDA will definitely approve it, but it is a positive sign. The Center for Drug for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) indicates that it plans to provide a free of charge, live webcast of the April 19, 2018 meeting of the Peripheral and ... Read More »

Investors Bolt After Philip Morris International Inc. (PM) Earnings Miss

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Kistler has 13,851 shares for 0.58% of their portfolio. It has underperformed by 25.48% the S&P500. Huntington Steele Llc decreased its stake in Oneok Inc (OKE) by 39.07% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Wetherby Asset Management Inc. boosted its position in shares of Philip Morris International by 3.8% in the first quarter. ( NYSE :PM). Halsey Associate Ct owns 26,188 shares. Read More »

Watchdog sending team to probe alleged Syria gas attack

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Asked if he was referring to war between the United States and Russian Federation, he said: "We can not exclude any possibilities unfortunately". "Russia vows to shoot down any and all missiles fired at Syria". Assad has been blamed for previous attacks by the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and UN-backed war crimes investigators. Read More »

Louisiana reports E-coli sickness from romaine lettuce

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Thirty-one of those ill have been hospitalized. Officials still aren't sure of the specific brands affected. "If you or someone from your family recently ate store-bought chopped romaine lettuce and are experiencing symptoms, please seek medical treatment immediately". Read More »

Celebrated doctor Hans Asperger helped Nazis to slaughter autistic children, research claims

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Hans Asperger, a pioneer of Autism research, was "complicit" in a Nazi euthanasia programme that killed hundreds of thousands of severely disabled children during World War II, a professor has claimed. Past papers made no reference to the historical context of Aspergers' work. The commission selected 35 children and categorized them as being "uneducable", which resulted in their being killed at Am Spiegelgrund. Read More »

Kings plans to break the Sunrisers Winning Spree

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Additionally, Shikhar Dhawan and Williamson have shouldered the responsibility in the batting department. Sunrisers Hyderabad will come on the ground to continue their victory campaign. Lokesh Rahul, who has been in magnificent touch this season, looked off colour today as he scored only 18 runs off 21 balls with 3 fours only. As far as the current point table standing is concerned, it is the Kolkata Knight Riders who have now taken the top spot after yesterday's win. Read More »

Health Workers Announce Indefinite Strike

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On the claim by the government that it has met all the demands of the unions, the JOHESU leader said the promotional arrears the government was talking about is not among the major demands of the union on which it struck a deal with the government. Read More »

Carrie Underwood's new album "Cry Pretty" coming September 14

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So, that's why my left hand's fine. "I definitely feel more like myself than I have in a while. If I had fallen anywhere else I would have been perfectly fine, but it was one step that messed everything up". "Now he's sweet, for a while I was anxious he would be scared of me, but now if I put makeup on, he's like, 'your boo-boos all gone'". After debuting her new single , " Cry Pretty ", on Sunday's ACM Awards , Carrie Underwood has now revealed that it's also the title track of her ... Read More »

Nigerians Blast Buhari for Calling Nigerian Youths Lazy

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Atiku, in disagreeing with Buhari wrote, "Our youth are charting new frontiers; creating a huge tech industry on their own!" During a February 2016 interview with UK Telegraph, Mr Buhari said some Nigerians in the UK, mostly youth, are disposed to criminality and should not be granted asylum there. Read More »

911 operator jailed for hanging up on emergency callers in Texas

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Crenshanda Williams, 44, was found guilty Wednesday of interference with emergency telephone calls. She ended up on her supervisors" radar due to an "abnormally large number of "short calls" identified. As Li drove away from the scene of crime, he called 911 again. At the time, the HEC said the high volume of short calls from Williams were an "anomaly" rather than an issue with the center, reports the Houston Chronicle . Read More »

Stock in Queue: Pier 1 Imports (PIR)

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Its up 0.17, from 0.94 in 2017Q3. The hedge funds in our database now hold: 63.61 million shares, down from 64.72 million shares in 2017Q3. Pier 1 Imports, Inc engages in the retail sale of decorative accessories, furniture, candles, housewares, gifts, and seasonal products. Read More »

ValuEngine Downgrades Hanover Insurance Group (NYSE:THG) to Hold

It has underperformed by 13.92% the S&P500. Pzena increased its stake in Hanover Insurance Group ( THG ) by 0.85% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. They expect $0.26 EPS, up 620.00% or $0.31 from last year's $-0.05 per share. The Hanover Insurance Group (NYSE:THG) last released its quarterly earnings results on Wednesday, January 31st. Read More »

Travelers to states with hepatitis A outbreaks urged to take precautions

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Health experts are concerned the hepatitis A outbreak will continue to expand throughout the Commonwealth as the Kentucky Derby is expected to bring hundreds of thousands of people to Louisville. "About 70 percent of our cases in Kentucky either report drug use or homelessness", he said. People can get Hepatitis A from close personal contact with someone who has the illness, or from food or surfaces and unknowingly ingesting even microscopic particles of contaminated human waste. Read More »

Abby Lee Miller Almost Died After Suffering an Incredibly Unusual Spinal Infection

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Miller had the emergency procedure done on Tuesday after the 51-year-old was hospitalized and treated for an nearly fatal infection inside of her spine. On the plus side, she has shown some progress in 24 hours, something that makes the doctor hopeful. After her surgery, the 51-year-old is recovering in the intensive care unit and has since been able to feel more than before. Read More »

Matthew Mellon: billionaire banking heir dies aged 54

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Said to be worth just over $1 billion, Mellon struggled with addiction for a large part of his adult life. "The family asks that their privacy be respected at this very painful time", it read. He married his first wife, Tamara Yeardye, co-founder of Jimmy Choo shoes, at Bleinheim Palace in 2000 at a lavish ceremony attended by friends that included Hugh Grant and Elizabeth Hurley, and the couple became a fixture on the British fashion scene. Read More »

Hairdresser behind bars for infecting men with HIV

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A different victim said that Rowe called him after they had sex and said, "I ripped the condom". Afterwards he would become aggressive and taunt them by text, telling one: "I have HIV. "Unfortunately for five of the men you met your campaign was successful". He said: "Darryl has destroyed my life". The "vegan hippie", who attempted to cure himself using weird alternative therapies including drinking his own urine, met men at their homes for sex. Read More »

GLOW on Netflix season two premiere date and video

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Brie was here in Rome today and commented on the series' popularity. The 80s-inspired female comedy series, executive produced by Jenji Kohan and created/executive produced by Liz Flahive and Carly Mensch, picks up again as the women become local celebrities, confronting the good, the bad and the ugly realities of their newfound fame. Read More »

Malaria Summit appeals to Commonwealth for help

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It added that the commitments would prevent 350 million cases of malaria and save 650,000 lives, predominately children and pregnant women who were most at risk. And, precisely for this the pressing decision the heads of Commonwealth nations, most importantly India, face is to either continue towards ending the disease with renewed financial and political commitments or put the hard fought progress in jeopardy. Read More »

BJP President Amit Shah begins 2-day Bengaluru visit

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The party has vigorously opposed the categorisation of Lingayats as minority, calling it a "ploy of the Congress to divide the Hindus". "For several years Congress defamed the country around the world by using terms saffron terror and Hindu terror ". Read More »

'Save our son': Alfie Evans' dad meets the Pope at the Vatican

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After the meeting, Pope Francis spoke out publicly. Evans clutched a green rosary during the emotional encounter, and a visibly moved pope embraced him, according to news reports. Our hospitals in the U.K.do not want to give disabled children the chance of life and instead the hospitals in the United Kingdom are now assisting death in children", the statement read. Read More »

Fallen Kingdom gets a new poster ahead of Wednesday's trailer

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Bryce Dallas Howard , B.D. Wong, James Cromwell , Geraldine Chaplin , and Toby Jones co-star in the film, the fifth in the series. "I'm thrilled with the tension and beauty J.A. In the meantime, feel free to comb the poster for additional clues. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom hits theaters June 22nd. Owen is driven to find Blue, his lead raptor who's still missing in the wild. Read More »

Kathua Case: SC Asks J&K Government to Protect Victim's Kin and Lawyer

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A bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra even demanded a response from the state authorities on the plea by the victim's family to transfer the trial from Kathua to Chandigarh. They (police) may file a supplementary charge sheet. The state government is expected to reply before 27 April. Vizag, on Sunday, witnessed protests break out in the city, demanding justice for the rape victims in the recently reported cases of Unnao and Kathua .The latest happenings left everyone ... Read More »

New Drug Could Treat Stubborn Migraines

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Uwe Reuter, of The Charite University Medicine Berlin in Germany, said in a news release from the American Academy of Neurology (AAN). There were 246 patients in total - some of them were given erenumab, while others were given placebo treatments. Read More »

Chemical weapons inspectors reach Syrian town

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The United States, Britain and France launched their first coordinated strikes against Assad's government on Saturday in retaliation for what they say was a poison gas attack on April 7 that killed scores of residents in Douma , the last town in the eastern Ghouta to fall. Read More »

Shiites, Police In Violent Clash In Abuja

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Defiling the police order that the ban was an infrigment on their constitutional rights, the religious sect insisted embarking on its peaceful protest around Fountain. The group leader has been in government detention for over two years following a clash between the sect and the Nigerian Army in Kaduna. "They're constituting a nuisance" the commissioner told PREMIUM TIMES by telephone Friday night. Read More »

Tainted lettuce tied to nationwide E. Coli outbreak

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The agency's most recent update indicated that 35 people had become infected - but no deaths had been reported. The CDC is asking consumers and stores double check their products because of an e. coli linked to romaine lettuce in the First State, but Pennsylvania has reported nine cases and New Jersey has reported seven. Twenty-two people who were sickened have been hospitalized, three with kidney failure. Read More »

New York Mice Are Crawling With Dangerous Microbes

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The new research raises concerns about house mice and the possibilities that mice could cause cases of antibiotic resistant gastrointestinal diseases in humans. Researchers from the Center for Infection and. Cases of gonorrhoea resistant to one antibiotic nearly tripled in the six months to February but Commonwealth Chief Medical Officer Professor Brendon Murphy said the latest cases were resistant to both commonly used antibiotics. Read More »

Ketamine Shows Promise As Quick Anti-Depressant

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They argued that steps to control the use of ketamine would not be aimed at preventing its use for beneficial purposes but would allow for treatment to "continue to be available to those with need, while the population that is at-risk for abuse is protected from an epidemic of misuse". Read More »