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Is it just us, or is Anushka Sharma getting old?

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Anushka will reportedly join Virat a little ahead of her birthday and celebrate her special day with him in Bangalore. So as per the latest reports, it is being said that the Zero actress and hubby Virat will take some time off from their work. Read More »

Just one concussion may up Parkinson's risk

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During the study, nearly 1,500 were diagnosed with Parkinsons disease. Among those, 949 (or 0.58% of the total participants) had been diagnosed with traumatic brain injury , while 513 (0.31%) had no history of it. A mild TBI was defined as a loss of consciousness for zero to 30 minutes, adjustment of consciousness of a moment to 24 hours or amnesia for zero to 24 hours. Read More »

Syrian Refugees in Lebanon to Return to Syria

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Almost 500 Syrians, including children and elderly who have lived for years as refugees in Lebanon , left for their home country on Wednesday, Reuters reported. Lebanon's General Security Service will supervise the transfer, said the daily, and will check their identity papers and accompany them with logistical and security measures. Read More »

Prince's sister troubled by death investigation

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Carver County Attorney Mark Metz confirmed the news, stating during the press conference,"The evidence suggests that Prince took counterfeit Vicodin, containing fentanyl". Metz said Thursday that Schulenberg prescribed Percocet to Prince shortly before he died, but put the painkiller prescription in the name of Prince's bodyguard, Kirk Johnson, in order to protect the music superstar's privacy. Read More »

Accused MLA's brother, 4 men questioned in Unnao case

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The protest demonstration organized by Pasban-e- Huriyat Jammu and Kashmir started from Burhan Wani Chok and terminated at Garhi Pan Chok where it turned into a public rally. India launched fast-track courts and a tougher rape law that included the death penalty after a gruesome assault on a young woman shocked the country in 2012, but crime statistics indicate the situation has got worse, not better, since then. Read More »

Faster action needed on lessons of WannaCry attack, say MPs

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However, it is just important that they focus on the basics of security. The report recommended the Department of Health should provide an update by June on its national estimate of the cost to the NHS of WannaCry and how national bodies should target investment appropriately in line with service and financial risks. Read More »

England look to solve flanker problem with New Zealander

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It had been reported that Jones would name the back row in his squad for June's three-Test series against the Springboks, as he did with then-Blues playmaker Piers Francis in Argentina past year. "He is contracted to New Zealand to the end of Super Rugby". Hurricanes captain Brad Shields has requested he be released to play for England. "We're looking at it and considering the ramifications of releasing him to play for England in the middle of a competition that he's committed to", Tew said. Read More »

Study shows number of opioid prescriptions declining

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This study found that nationally, there has been a decrease in opioid prescriptions since 2013. "The largest single year change in 2017 was a decline of 23.3 billion MMEs, or 12%". But the law is hard to enforce, and compliance among doctors is inconsistent. Patients are becoming wiser about opioids. The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) increased prosecution of heavy prescribers. Read More »

Outbreak of e.Coli expanding to five more states

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The CDC said Friday that 53 people across 16 states have become ill from chopped romaine lettuce from Yuma. Shoppers who bought chopped romaine lettuce at Sam's Club or Walmart are being warned to not eat it due to a possible risk of E. Read More »

New species of '# 039 & Bursting Snakes; Situated in Southeast Asia

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Ants are capable of incredible prosocial behaviours, such as creating bridges and life rafts out of their bodies, collecting wounded comrades from the battlefield , and even administering medical care . They were found to be "particularly prone to self-sacrifice" as a defence and would even detonate when the intruding researchers approached. Alice Laciny, an entomologist with the Natural History Museum in Vienna, and project researcher told National Geographic that the lethal goo ... Read More »

'Kohli in the same stratosphere as Federer, Ronaldo, Messi': RCB's Trent Woodhill

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If you are winning and your contributions aren't small as well, those are the things you take pride in. However, the team slumped to two back-to-back defeats with both the time their opponent scoring 200-plus score. Talking about the South Africa series, Kohli said, " The South Africa series was great. Kohli has a very small window to potentially play in England but the BCCI may allow him to skip the first ever Test against Afghanistan in order to prepare for the tour of the United ... Read More »

Tribe evolve to thrive under sea

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The gene is thought to alter spleen size by adjusting thyroid hormone levels. The dive response is similar to a medical condition called acute hypoxia, in which humans experience a rapid loss of oxygen. Among the Bajau people, there wasn't a meaningful difference in spleen size between divers and non-divers. The spleen is a fist-size organ that sits alongside the stomach. Read More »

China to try to persuade Sushma Swaraj on China-Nepal-India corridor

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In parallel, India-Nepal ties are also in the reset mould, highlighted by a red carpet welcome that was accorded to Nepal's Prime Minister K.P. Sharma Oli during his visit to New Delhi last week. We are neighbours connected by the same mountains and rivers", Wang said."As we say in China, family members and neighbours wish each other well."Support for Nepal's development should be a common understanding between China and India, he added". Read More »

Cricket's new format includes a 10-ball over

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T20 cricket is now the shortest format in game, but if the England and Wales Cricket Board's plans are anything to go by, the future of T20 cricket may be up for an radical overhaul. ECB's Chief Executive Officer Tom Harrison said the goal is to attract new fans to the game by appealing to a younger and more diverse audience. Read More »

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)

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 »