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DJI announces pending fix for drones following Army ban

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DJI noted that it makes drones for "peaceful purposes", and DJI drones are not designed or intended for military missions. Recently the US Army issued an order to cease the use of DJI-branded drones immediately . Last year, DJI issued a statement insisting that customer information, including video footage, was not shared with Chinese authorities, despite an apparent comment to the contrary by a "junior staffer". Read More »

'Fat but fit' people still risk heart disease, experts say

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Lead author, Dr Camille Lassale, said: "Our findings challenge the concept of the 'healthy obese". That's not to say there's no benefit to keeping your heart risk factors in check, even if you still have some weight to lose. 'That comes later in the timeline, then they have an event, such as a heart attack'. Despite good metabolic health, carrying excess weight was tied to a higher risk of coronary heart disease (CHD), a new study found. Read More »

India Today takes you inside Indira Canteen after Rahul Gandhi's inauguration

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Rahul Gandhi will later address Congress party workers after the inauguration, following which, he will leave for Delhi. A presentation was already made before Chief Minister Yogi. He later corrected himself and termed it the Indira Canteen. Instead of mentioning Karnataka he said, "Every single poor person in every single city in Bangalore". Read More »

Teen overdose deaths on the rise — CDC

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That's only 1.4 percent of the more than 52,000 people who died from overdoses, almost two-thirds of which are from opioids . This increase coincided with a rise in drug overdose deaths among the USA population as a whole, an increase that's been partly attributed to the opioid epidemic . Read More »

American Workplace is Physically, Emotionally Taxing, Survey Shows

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The Harvard research team hopes to conduct follow-up surveys with the participants who participated in this survey and to eventually administer a wider survey comparing U.S. The survey found that workers tend to adjust their personal schedules around work hours, but about one-third said their jobs interfered with family and social commitments - notably women and workers without a college degree. Read More »

Drug-resistant fungus infects 200+ United Kingdom patients: 5 things to know

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Complications arise when the fungus enters the body or blood stream during medical treatment, such as the insertion of drips of urinary catheters, or a wound. More than 35 hospitals in the country are said to have patients who are carrying the fungus after being transferred from other medical facilities. Hospitals are on the lookout for further cases and are putting in place measures to help control any further spread of the fungus, Candida auris . Read More »

How This Bodybuilder Mom Died From Consuming Too Much Protein

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In the weeks before she died, Ms Hefford told her family she was exhausted and felt "weird". A female bodybuilder passed away after consuming too much protein , including shakes, supplements and food. "I said to her, "I think you're doing too much at the gym, calm down, slow it down"," said White. Because urea cycle disorders are so rare, doctors normally don't test for it. Read More »

Trump Shows Poor Form in Early Morning Re-Tweet

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A White House official said early Tuesday that the tweet of the train was posted inadvertently and was deleted as soon as it was noticed. On Monday, Trump bowed to pressure and condemned white supremacists protesting the removal of a Confederate statue, and the president called racism "evil". Read More »

Costco fined $19 million for selling fake Tiffany rings

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A federal judge ruled Monday that Costco must pay Tiffany $19.3 million, according to CNN. $11.1 million plus interest and $8.25 million in punitive damages. "Costco's proffered explanations for the Standalone usage - that clerical workers merely copied language from jewelry suppliers" invoices as shorthand for Tiffany settings and that Costco therefore was not engaging in intentional infringement or counterfeiting - were not credible in light of trial evidence that showed that displays ... Read More »

Trump decries KKK, neo-Nazi violence in Charlottesville

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Monday that President Donald Trump hasn't apologized for publicly criticizing him on Twitter last month, but that "he has a right to scold his Cabinet members if he's not happy with them". "We must all be unified in recognizing and condemning the evil acts of terrorism committed in Charlottesville by white supremacy groups including the KKK and neo-Nazis", said the chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Read More »

Yemen's cholera outbreak passes 500000 cases

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Though numbers have slowed down in recent weeks, some parts of the country still report up to 5,000 suspected cases each day. Deteriorating sanitation and hygiene conditions in the war-torn country, as well as chronic disruptions to water supply, have allowed for the rapid spread of disease. Read More »

Bubonic plague found on fleas in Arizona

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Confirmation that fleas were carrying the bacteria that causes plague, Yersinia pestis , came this week after positive tests at two sites near Flagstaff. Humans can contract the plague in a number of ways. In 2016, there were at least 16 cases of the plague, which resulted in four deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Read More »

FIPB clearance: Karti can not go overseas without joining probe, says apex court

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If he is in Delhi, he will be questioned in Delhi. How will it be if people of this country do not respond to investigations against them?" the Chief Justice said. CBI alleged that INX Media got an approval of receiving Rs 4.62 crore investment from Foreign Investment Promotion Board (FIPB). The Bench of Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud allowed urgent listing of the matter on the request of Additional Solicitor General (ASG) Tushar Mehta representing CBI. Read More »

Post-election protests in Kenya

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The opposition rejected the results even before they were declared. However, it has been endorsed by global observers. Turnout was 78.91 per cent, down from almost 85 per cent in 2013, electoral commission chief Wafula Chebukati said, describing the process as "credible, fair and peaceful". Read More »

Norovirus sickened hundreds, linked to Maumee donut shop

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The restaurant remains closed for deep cleaning on Wednesday. It is important to note that people can spread the virus for up to 2 weeks after their symptoms go away. Anyone who ate anything from Mama C's Donuts & Coffee in recent days and developed symptoms of norovirus is asked to contact the health department at 419-213-4264 or 419-213-4161. Read More »

Bryce Harper suffers serious injury against Giants

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The 33-year-old's ERA improved to 3.30 in five starts since joining the team. Harper injured his knee when he slipped on a wet first base in the first inning of a rain-delayed game against the San Francisco Giants on Saturday night. The San Francisco Giants are hoping to escape the National League West basement which is attainable. Despite the horrific accident, Harper did manage to walk around the club house following the game. Read More »

Police release CCTV of 83-year-old dog walker stabbed to death

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A man in his 20s has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the brutal stabbing of a pensioner in Norfolk. Peter Wrighton, of Banham, was found dead in woodland on the morning of Saturday, August 5. He is of athletic build with short dark wavy hair and dark eyes. The other, aged 30 to 50, was wearing dark clothing and seen walking without a dog to the north of the heathland where Mr Wrighton had been walking. Read More »

PDP will reclaim its prime position in 2019 - Jonathan

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Delta State Governor, Ifeanyi Okowa, said on Saturday the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has recovered and returned to restore vibrancy and integrity to Nigeria's democracy. We will assume this mistake will be allowing the opposition party sweeping victory across the country's political clime. Another issues for treatment was the issues concerning some states in the South West zone, especially in Osun, Lagos and Ogun. Read More »

New mother sues hospital after suffocating baby

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Monica Thompson , 42, says she was " still drowsy and groggy " from drugs given to her three days after her C-section when her tiny son Jacob was brought into her hospital room in the middle of the night to breastfeed in August 2012. "This was a tragic event and our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the family", Portland Adventist Medical Center said in a statement to CNN . Read More »

Fort Myers eye doctor issues solar eclipse warning

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The AAS recognizes that bogus pair of solar viewers have been " flooding the market". The museum also plans to open its new " Buffalo in Space " science studio to coincide with the August 21 Great American Solar Eclipse. "Some of the sun's radiation cannot be seen at all so someone looking at the eclipse without aid could be injured before they realize it", Schmude said. Read More »

High-risk alcohol use has increased significantly since 2002, study finds

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The United States has a serious drinking problem. The study, sponsored by a federal agency for alcohol research, examined how drinking patterns changed between 2002 and 2013, based on in-person surveys of tens of thousands of USA adults. Among women, it rose about 58 percent; among older adults, it rose 65 percent. The economic costs of excessive alcohol consumption in 2010 were estimated at $249 billion, according to the JAMA Psychiatry study. Read More »

Norovirus Outbreak Affects 30 Persons at Official Team Hotel

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In addition, Athletics Ireland said the country's remaining competitors who've yet to arrive in London will be put in alternative accommodations. " According to IAAF medics I am apparently suffering from food poisoning which has affected several other athletes in the athletes' hotel", Makwala wrote on his Facebook page late on Monday. Read More »

Dipak Mishra Appointed As Next Chief Justice Of India

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He became the chief justice of Patna High Court in 2009 and of Delhi High Court in 2010. His tenure as the 45th Chief Justice of India will last for 14 months until he retires on October 2018. Enrolled at the Bar in February 1977 and having practised at the Orissa HC and the Service Tribunal for nearly 19 years, he began his judicial career as an additional judge of the Orissa HC in 1996. Read More »

Hot Stocks Now:AstraZeneca PLC (NYSE:AZN)

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It has a 48.43 P/E ratio. The Company provides clients with long-term insurance and savings, general and health insurance, and fund management services and products. The stock has "Neutral" rating by Bank of America on Tuesday, June 7. The firm has "Outperform" rating by RBC Capital Markets given on Thursday, February 11. Read More »

US Fighters Now Control Half Of ISIS Capital, Hit 'Stiffer Resistance'

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But district by district, the city is now emptying out as US -backed forces inch their way through the extremist group's self-proclaimed capital in Syria. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the Cilvegozu crossing in southern Turkey would remain open for food, medicine and some supplies to go across. Turkey's Cilvegozu stands across from the Bab al-Hawa in Syria's Idlib province. Read More »

Scott's fruit cake found 'almost edible' 106 years later

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They think it probably belonged to British explorer Robert Falcon Scott, and since he died in 1912, that would make it well over a hundred years old. Images of the fruitcake, as well as details about it and the restoration process, were published by the Antarctic Heritage Fund . Read More »

FDA: 5 deaths tied to weight-loss balloon treatments

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Four of the patients received an Orbera Intragastric Balloon System made by Apollo Endosurgery; while one of the patients received a ReShape Integrated Dual Balloon System developed by ReShape Medical Inc. Most of the adverse events involve Obera, which uses saline to fill a single stomach balloon, as opposed to the ReShape system that uses 2 balloons filled with saline and a blue due. Read More »