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Baby born with heart outside body survives surgery

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The three-week-old baby has been named Vanellope Hope Wilkins. Branko Mimic, the lead surgeon at the East Midlands Congenital Heart Centre, said: "Cases such as Vanellope's, where everything else appears essentially normal, are even rarer, and whilst it would seem more hopeful she will do well, it is therefore nearly impossible to be confident of this". Read More »

Rodgers medically cleared to play

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It had been an on-schedule recovery for Rodgers following his October 19 surgery in California, where he had screws and plates inserted into his right clavicle. "It's going to be a playoff-type atmosphere and that's what we're getting ready for". The quarterback has thrown for 2,720 yards and 17 touchdowns. The Packers are 7-6 after backup Brett Hundley led the team to an overtime win against the Browns in Week 14. Read More »

Rana Daggubati has a working birthday

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Initially, the film will be shot in Hindi and later it will be dubbed to regional languages Telugu, Tamil. Haathi Mere Saathi will be a tribute of sorts to late legendary actor Rajesh Khanna but will have an entirely fresh storyline. The remake will rely on a high dosage of VFX effects and will be produced by Eros International's Trinity Pictures. The classic Bollywood hit was one of the most talked about films of the 17 consecutive hits Rajesh Khanna gave between 1969 and 1971. Read More »

France's Macron says world is losing battle against climate change

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The company said Tuesday it expects fossil fuels to remain a key source of energy in the coming decades but wants to see the most polluting kind - coal - phased out. And the USA actively promoted the use of fossil fuels at a United Nations climate change meeting last month. "It will be difficult, it will be harder, because of what happens with the Environmental Protection Agency, and the Clean Power Plan", former Secretary of State John Kerry told TIME on the sidelines of ... Read More »

Global e-waste: Untapped raw materials worth billions of dollars

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The US has the dubious distinction of not only being near the top when it comes to the most total e-waste generated, but also when it comes to the amount produced per person. Europe, at 35 percent, has the highest collection rate, while Australia and New Zealand, two countries that produce the highest e-waste per person at 38 pounds, collect and formally recycle only six percent of their electronics. Read More »

Councillors vote to revoke Aung San Suu Kyi's Freedom of Dublin award

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The decision comes after more than 620,000 of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslim minority fled across the border to Bangladesh, escaping a crackdown by the army which the refugees have said involved murder, rape and arson. "It was an insult to the citizens of Dublin and us in this chamber", added Councillor Larry O'Toole. "I'm here to hand back the Freedom of the City of Dublin, which I don't want to do because it means a lot me". Read More »

World Health Organization Says CBD Should Not Be Controlled Susbtance

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This report , which was published lately, states: 'There is increased interest from Member States in the use of cannabis for medical indications including palliative care'. Since medical marijuana was first legalized in California there has been a tsunami of questions regarding all sorts of things, but mainly whether medical marijuana , and CBD in particular, are making the users addicted to the drug. Read More »

Battling flu more hard for men than women, claims study

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Previous studies conducted in the United States and Hong Kong also suggest that men with the flu were more likely to be hospitalized and more likely to die as a result of the infection in comparison with women. Kyle concludes: "The concept of man flu , as commonly defined, is potentially unjust". It seems that women are not only immune to man , but witnessing its symptoms in the opposite sex often makes them feel exasperated. Read More »

Researchers develop glowing plants to replace lamps

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The researchers have previously designed plants that can detect explosives and communicate that information to a smartphone, as well as plants that can monitor drought conditions . The team was very cautious to prevent nanoparticles from being toxic to plants. The MIT team packaged each of these three components into a different type of nanoparticle carrier. Read More »

Surgeon marked initials on patients' livers

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During the liver transplant operations, Bramhall made a decision to brand his patients using something called an argon beam coagulator. The act itself isn't usually harmful and the marks would normally disappear but still. His acts in marking the livers of those patients were deliberate and conscious acts ... " It was an intentional application of unlawful force to a patient whilst anaesthetised ", she said. Read More »

Two journalists arrested in Burma over government documents, reports say

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The two male journalists, Thet Oo Maung Maung, who is also known as Wa Lone, and Kyaw Soe Oo, also known as Moe Aung, were detained by police around midnight Tuesday on the outskirts of Yangon , an Information Ministry report said. Wa Lone, formerly a senior reporter for the Myanmar Times , joined Reuters in July 2016. The U.S. embassy in Yangon issued a statement on the arrest of two Reuters journalists on Wednesday. Read More »

Wenger pretends Giroud plays more than Lacazette

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Swansea City, from whom he joined West Ham , West Bromwich Albion and Italian side Inter Milan are said to be interested in the Ghanaian's services. West Ham had another lucky escape 20 minutes from the end, as Wilshere smashed over from seven yards after Giroud nodded a cross down to him. Manager Arsene Wenger even admitted that the uncertainty over his own contractual situation contributed to the poor form and subsequent fifth-placed finish. Read More »

Mohammed Bin Salman Meets King Abdullah in Riyadh

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Katz made the call because "he wants regional peace - that's part of his three-layered programme", his spokesman said, referring to security and economic cooperation leading to eventual peace. Katz said if Hezbollah initiates a war against Israel, "this time all of Lebanon will be a target". "Iran is actually threatening Lebanon's government". Read More »

Significant Movements: -Intuitive Surgical, Inc. (ISRG)

About 1.32 million shares traded or 87.48% up from the average. Vetr cut Intuitive Surgical from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating and set a $335.49 price target for the company.in a research note on Wednesday, August 16th. The company was maintained on Wednesday, July 20 by Wedbush. The firm earned "Hold" rating on Tuesday, July 18 by RBC Capital Markets. The firm has "Hold" rating by Jefferies given on Monday, October 2. Read More »

Trims Stake in Kite Realty Group Trust (NYSE:KRG)

The stock has actually weakened in the past week, as the company has gathered a -3.69% return in the past 5 trading days. Moreover, Adelante Capital Management Llc has 4.27% invested in the company for 802,600 shares. A ratio lower than one shows that the price has decreased over that time period. Watching some historical volatility numbers on shares of The Marcus Corporation (NYSE:MCS), we can see that the 12 month volatility is presently 24.663400. Read More »

Baby Born With Her Heart Outside Her Body Survives Against All Odds

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After undergoing a caesarean section on 22 November, Vanellope was born with "ectopia cordis". Fifty clinical staff at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester worked together to safely bring her into the world. Baby Vanellope, with her parents, Naomi (L) and Dean (R). "Whilst therefore it would seem more hopeful she will do well, it is therefore nearly impossible to be confident of this", he said. Read More »

Carrizo Oil & Gas Inc. (CRZO)

The company has Beta Value of 2.19 and ATR value of 1.12. Analysts await Advantage Oil & Gas Ltd. (NYSE:AAV) to report earnings on March, 1. Currently, the 14-day ADX for Zion Oil & Gas Inc (ZN) is sitting at 31.01. (NasdaqGS: CRZO ) is -0.560191. Free cash flow (FCF) is the cash produced by the company minus capital expenditure. The average investment recommendation for CRZO , taken from a group of Wall Street Analysts, is 2.10, or a buy. Read More »

Mario Batali apologizes for sexual misconduct, steps away from his restaurant empire

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Cammie Bueler of Epicure Catering - which was featured in Batali's 2014 cookbook "America: Farm to Table" - said in a statement the news was "disheartening" but found words of support for her mentor. A year later, he and Bastianich opened the NY restaurant Babbo. He also attended a showing of "New Chefs on the Block" during the Traverse City Film Festival in July. Read More »

Humanists comment on opt-organ donation

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The aim is to tackle a critical shortage of organ donors and a consultation on the proposals is being launched on Tuesday with the health secretary Jeremy Hunt describing it as a "a massive call to action". It also asks how it could be made easier for people to register their wishes; how family members should be involved in decisions; and which safeguards and excemptions are required for certain groups of people. Read More »

Lookout for this Stock: AbbVie Inc. (ABBV)

Dsc Advisors LP holds 5,101 shares or 0.25% of its portfolio. AbbVie Inc. (NYSE:ABBV) has risen 10.63% since December 11, 2016 and is uptrending. Highland Capital Management Llc who had been investing in Abbvie Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $153.74B market cap company. Read More »

Nigeria stripped by Federation Internationale de Football Association of unbeaten qualifying record

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FIFA , in a statement, also said East Timor had forfeited seven games in the World Cup qualifiers for fielding a total of nine players who were ineligible because of nationality. He was supposed to be suspended for the game but Nigeria fielded him, and Federation Internationale de Football Association have now confirmed a fine on Nigeria following the recent meeting of the Disciplinary Committee earlier today. Read More »

Energy Transfer Equity, LP (ETE)

It is down 0.00% since December 12, 2016 and is. It has underperformed by 47.63% the S&P500. This works out to a net increase in ownership of 33.34 million shares, and suggests that institutions are feeling bullish about the stock. The firm earned "Buy" rating on Monday, September 11 by Jefferies. UBS downgraded the stock to "Neutral" rating in Friday, July 8 report. Evergreen Capital Management LLC acquired a new stake in shares of Energy Transfer Equity in the 3rd quarter valued at about ... Read More »

Nigerian court orders senate head to stand trial

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Delivering its judgment on the federal government's appeal of the ruling of the CCT, Justice Akomolafe-Wilson in the 70-page unanimous ruling held that there was no evidence to substantiate 15 of the 18 charges against Saraki. Umar dismissed all the 18-count allegations against Saraki on grounds that the Federal Government was unable to prove the allegations. The court concluded that credible evidence was led by the prosecution on counts 4 ,5,6 to warrant the defendant to be called upon to ... Read More »

What Caused California's Skirball Fire In Bel Air?

Canyons and other areas where homeless people set up encampments are surveyed each year by the Los Angeles Fire Department in advance of the fall and winter rainy season so that the information can be shared in times of potential floods and mudslides with law enforcement and other emergency workers. Read More »

Eagles' coaches talk Nick Foles, Sidney Jones

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They have clinched the NFC East for the first time since 2013, and could have home-field advantage throughout the postseason. "In 2013, when that all happened, I was a young player that had never been in this role", Foles said Tuesday during a news conference at the NovaCare Complex auditorium. Read More »

Scientists may know why younger brothers are more likely to be gay

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In the study, published Monday in the journal PNAS , researchers found that mothers who have boys had higher instances of an antibody against a protein essential in the developing male brain. The same did not hold true for adopted brothers , which made scientists believe a biological explanation . According to scientists, having a male child triggers an immune reaction in the mother that can alter the brain of the growing baby. Read More »