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Gender Jamble: Boy scouts now accepting girls

They're simply called "Scouts". We stand firm in our belief that Girl Scouts is the best leadership experience for girls in the world. We are the organization creating - through our skill-building Girl Scout Leadership Experience - the female leadership pipeline.The go-getters, innovators, risk-takers, and leaders of tomorrow. Read More »

Neothetics (NEOT) Earns News Impact Rating of 0.17

The stock carved out a 52-week low down at $0.30. The Relative Volume of the company is 1.99 and Average Volume (3 months) is 1.95 million. Outstanding shares refer to a company's stock presently held by all its shareholders, counting share blocks held by institutional shareholders and restricted shares owned by the company's officers and insiders. Read More »

Pharmacists Concerned with Lack of Accessible Flu Shots

Saqib Shabab, the province's chief medical health officer. "You may be healthy now but, without immunization, everyone is at risk". Because those strains change from season to season, people should be immunized each year. "Parents loved it, but there was some concerns about its effectiveness especially for. the H1N1 strain", said Shahab. "By getting vaccinated in pregnancy, you protect yourself and you protect your newborn because newborns can't get vaccinated until they're six months old". Read More »

Soldier's widow reveals 'hero' call with Trump


It was President Trump. News of the president's call to the De Alencar family comes as Trump faces criticism for both falsely claiming past presidents did not personally reach out to the families of slain service members and for allegedly telling the widow of slain U.S. Read More »

Massachusetts School, Museum Apologize After Photo Goes Viral


It's clearly what it looks like. A MA school has apologized and added some much-needed context to a racially insensitive photo that appears to show a young black grade-schooler tethered to two white children. She should NEVER be trusted to EDUCATE OUR CHILDREN. "It was never the intent of the lesson to demean or degrade any one person or group". Swenson, who did not specify in which school the photo was taken, acknowledged that it "could be perceived differently" without proper context, ... Read More »

Mandalay Bay Guard Pressured Into Ellen Interview


The gunman who unleashed the deadliest mass shooting in modern USA history first wounded an unsuspecting hotel security guard in a hallway who promptly radioed for help, according to a TV interview broadcast Wednesday with the guard and a hotel building engineer whose life he is credited with saving. Read More »

A silent epidemic of cancer is spreading among men


Dr. Otis Brawley is chief medical officer at the American Cancer Society. Dr Amber D'Souza (PhD), associate professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and co-author of the study, said: "It would be useful to be able to identify healthy people who are most at risk of developing oropharyngeal cancer in order to inform potential screening strategies, if effective screening tests could be developed". Read More »

Salmonellosis : a reminder of burgers and chicken nuggets frozen

Janes Pub Style Snacks Popcorn Chicken - Uncooked Breaded Chicken Cutlettes in packages weighing 800g bearing UPC 0 69299 12491 0 2018 MA 12. Vantage Foods Inc., Belleville, Ontario, launched a recall of mechanically tenderized steak products that were sold in Food Basics supermarkets in Ontario. Read More »

Turkey-US had productive visa talks, US State Department says

The row was sparked on October 8, when the US Embassy in Ankara announced the suspension of non-immigrant visa services for Turkish nationals, following the arrest of a local employee at the US Consulate in Istanbul, prompting a tit-for-tat response from Ankara. Read More »

Hamas must disarm, renounce violence to join government


Hamas rejected the demands of the US Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt to accept the requirements of the International Quartet for Peace in the region, China's Xinhua news agency reported . Top Hamas terrorist Saleh al-Arouri announced over the weekend that among other things, the deal would integrate Hamas and Fatah security and police forces in Gaza and in PA-controlled areas of Yehudah and Shomron, which "means partnership in decisions of war and peace", al-Arouri was quoted as ... Read More »

Your brain knows when you've just died, researchers say


That means that, theoretically, someone may even hear their own death being announced by medics. The findings echo the plot line of the new Hollywood re-make of 90s cult horror Flatliners , starring Ellen Page. In the movie, a group of students take turns giving themselves a cardiac arrest to see what happens after their hearts stop. The New York team hopes the experiences of resuscitated patients will give them the vital clues about what the brain is doing before stops functioning. Read More »

Fire destroys landmark hotel in Myanmar's largest city


According to the associated press, the fire which broke out at 3 am gulped the upper floors of the building, completely destroying the walls and furniture made up of teak. Investigations are now going on to find out the cause of the blaze. The fire suddenly reached the lower floors too, and there it destroyed the floors and other pieces of equipment in the hotel interiors. Read More »

Consolidated Edison Inc (NYSE:ED) Under Analyst Spotlight

News coverage about Edison International (NYSE: EIX ) has been trending somewhat positive this week, Accern Sentiment reports. It has outperformed by 10.12% the S&P500. Therefore 56% are positive. The stock of Edison International (NYSE: EIX ) earned "Neutral" rating by Citigroup on Wednesday, July 20. The firm has "Buy" rating given on Wednesday, October 18 by RBC Capital Markets. Read More »

Look Rockets stun Warriors on opening night


The Houston Rockets will be without point guard Chris Paul , who's dealing with a bruised left knee, when they play the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night, the Houston Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen reported. James Harden contributed a game-high 27 points along with 10 assists. "The guys wanted it, and they did it", coach Mike D'Antoni said. "We've got to get better". Read More »

Duterte declares liberation of Marawi from ISIS-affiliated militants


The clashes started last May when government forces allegedly tried to arrest Hapilon . The ISIS-inspired terrorists were then planning to take over the whole city and were forced to already implement their plan. Duterte made the announcement on Tuesday despite a military general saying dozens of fighters, including foreign nationals, were still battling Philippine troops in Marawi. Read More »

Too much exercise could be bad for your heart


In fact, those who exercised the most (Group 3) were found to be 27 per cent more likely than those who exercised the least (Group 1) to develop CAC by middle age. Members of the CARDIA study were followed from 1985 through 2011. Current U.S. physical activity guidelines recommend 150 minutes of moderate activity or 75 minutes of vigorous activity weekly. Read More »

Restaurant owner proudly defends serving Popeye's chicken on her menu


Tyler then went to Yelp to let the world know and that's where the fun really begins. The customer, Tyler H ., noticed two Popeyes boxes being brought into the kitchen as he waited for a table. Clearly, she doesn't understand how running a restaurant works. The Press-Telegram reports Yelp, Facebook and Twitter have been on fire from people calling Sweet Dixie Kitchen owner Kim Sanchez a fraud and making fun of the fast-food resale. Read More »

No cure,yet, but scientists may have found the cause of dyslexia


In non-dyslexic people, the cells are arranged asymmetrically, allowing signals from the one eye to be overridden by the other to create a single image in the brain. Scientists have found dyslexics have an unusual pattern of cells in their eyes that makes letters hard to read. The dominant eye has more receptors than the other, and sends a better image to the brain. Read More »

Apple Inc. (AAPL) Price Target Raised to $161.00 at Barclays PLC


The Bp Plc holds 563,000 shares with $81.08M value, down from 663,000 last quarter. Sonata Capital Group Inc who had been investing in Apple Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $826.41 billion market cap company. (NASDAQ: AAPL ). Whittier holds 453,000 shares or 2.52% of its portfolio. (NASDAQ: AAPL ). Endurance Wealth Management stated it has 1.94% in Apple Inc. Read More »

Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY), United Parcel Service, Inc. (UPS)

Comparatively, 44.0% of shares of all "Pharmaceuticals" companies are held by institutional investors. The stock decreased 0.42% or $0.2 on October 13, reaching $47.8. The stock of Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE: BMY ) has "Buy" rating given on Monday, December 19 by Jefferies. The rating was maintained by Jefferies with "Buy" on Friday, September 15. Read More »

DHEC: West Nile and Mosquitos Still a Problem in SC


Spencer Fox, a doctoral student in integrative biology who studies mosquito-borne illnesses, said although most infected with the virus show no symptoms, Texas sees hundreds of cases of the illness each year. The city said it can not be determined if the person contracted the mosquito-borne infection in the city of Spartanburg. "It's not unexpected that we would identify mosquitoes that test positive for West Nile", Barasch said. Read More »

Goons shouting ''Jai Shree Ram'' wreck Padmavati rangoli made in 48 hours


Karan was creating the attractive art work ahead of Diwali after being inspired by the movie trailer and snippets. But much before that, it was in news for all the wrong reasons. The disappointed artist took to Twitter to share the horrific incident. "Shocked!" he wrote. Karan also tagged actors Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone in his tweet. Read More »

Female folk singer shot dead in Panipat


Police suspect a case of enmity, the Hindustan Times reported. "When she was returning, a black auto overtook her vehicle near Chamrara and forced it to stop", Panipat Deputy Superintendent of Police Desh Raj told PTI. After pumping 5-6 bullets into her, the assailants escaped from the spot, sources said. The singer had filed a complaint of rape against her brother-in-law, who is in jail now. Read More »

Stuart's Roosevelt Bridge Turns Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month


About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. She consults with patients at higher-risk, such as those with a family history of breast cancer or prior breast biopsies showing atypical findings. More than 3300 Queensland women are diagnosed with breast cancer each year and more than 470 die from the disease. THE Gladstone branch of the Cancer Council Queensland will host a Pink Ribbon Breakfast on Friday. Read More »