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Must work as one: Kejriwal tells Punjab and Haryana


He added that the Centre should immediately sanction compensation for farmers to check stubble burning. According to the forecast of the Union Ministry of Earth Sciences' System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting And Research, the "sudden" intrusion of pollutant-laden smoke from neighbouring Punjab and Haryana from the night of November 6 led to the spike as the high quantity of moisture in the city's air trapped the particulates. Read More »

Earnings Forecast Revision Scan: Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR)

Nektar Therapeutics's revenue for the quarter was up 321.2% on a year-over-year basis. research analysts anticipate that Nektar Therapeutics will post -0.95 EPS for the current year. The number of shares now owned by investors are 154.88 mln. Insider trading over the last 12 months, however, paints a different picture. In the last quarter, insiders sold 623,317 shares of company stock worth $14,352,710. Read More »

FSU Football reschedules game with Louisiana Monroe for December 2nd


But it was kind of nice to watch Florida State . Florida State could play in a bowl game with five wins if there were not enough six-win teams to fill the full slate of 40 bowl games. For Florida State it's pride. First, starting quarterback Deondre Francois was lost for the year after injuring his patella tendon against Alabama . Read More »

DOG PARK DANGERS: Fish hooks found in meatballs

The incident occurred Tuesday at the dog park in the Michael Crotty Bicentennial Park located in Ormond-By-The-Sea. The woman handed over the meat to the deputy, who described the balls in the report as having the consistency and odor of liverwurst. Read More »

7-Year-Old Boy Has 80% of His Skin Genetically Modified


Diagram shows large skin graft treatment incorporating gene therapy . "In addition, it makes considerable headway in resolving a brewing controversy in the epidermal stem cell field", she adds. Sheets of lab-grown cells were transplanted to the boy. Microscope images show that in normal skin (left) the top layer, called the epidermis (purple in bottom images), is fused to the dermis by laminin 332 (green, in top images) and other proteins. Read More »

Start with OTC Pain Killers to Curb Opioid Abuse?

Previous studies have shown opioids were prescribed in almost one-third of ER visits and about 1 out of 5 ER patients are sent home with opioid prescriptions. One group of patients were administered acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol, plus ibuprofen, the main ingredient in Motrin; the other patients were given an opioid - either oxycodone, hydrocodone or codeine. Read More »

EPA Approves Release of Mosquito-Killing Mosquitoes in 20 States


The hope is the males mate with female Asian tiger mosquitoes, which do bite humans, and are carriers of risky viral diseases, such as yellow fever and Zika . After extensive testing in Kentucky, New York and California , the EPA has given MosquitoMate permission to release these infected mosquitoes in 20 states across the country and Washington D.C. Read More »

Four Takeaways From California's New Report on Banking and Marijuana


During the Obama administration, the Justice Department issued guidelines to help banks avoid federal prosecution when dealing with pot businesses in states where the drug is legal, but Chiang said those guidelines were onerous, so most banks still refused to work with the cannabis industry. Read More »

Sonam Kapoor on making decisions


Sonam Kapoor was flaunting a black bikini and waving to the camera as the Swara Bhaskar, the co-actress of the film was recording a video of her Instagram story. The gorgeous ladies have already got us excited for the film with the first look poster of Veere Di Wedding . "Aana zaroor #GetReadyForVeereDiWedding #SaveTheDateMay182018 @vdwthefilm @balajimotionpic @saffronbrdmedia", the caption read. Read More »

Scripps Selects Fitbit as First Wearable Used in All of Us Program

The program is being run by The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), which claims to be "one of the world's largest, private, non-profit research organisations", with campuses in Florida and California. "Sleep, heart rate information, physical activity, those are all essential elements", he said . It's worth noting, though, that a study from the JAMA Cardiology journal from earlier this year found that the Apple Watch was the most accurate device for measuring heart rates. Read More »

The Silver Lining In Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (WBA), Sysco Corporation (SYY)

The company's quarterly EPS surprised Wall Street by as much as 2% to the upside in its last earnings announcement, so investors should note this tendency when assessing consensus estimates. Liquidity allows an investor to enter and exit a stock at a good price (i.e. tight spreads, or the difference between the bid and ask price of a stock, and low slippage, or the difference between the predictable price of a trade and the actual price). Read More »

Keane insists he will say 'f*** all' to ex-teammate Schmeichel


Peter would come out shouting at players, and I felt sometimes he was playing up to the crowd: "Look at me!' "He said: 'I've had enough of you, It's time we sorted this out.' So I said 'Okay" and we had a fight". Nothing else. I'm not distracted by anything else out there, I'm not networking, I don't work that way. "My focus is on trying to help the team in the next week or so and if that's making tea for everyone then hopefully that helps". Read More »

Drug take-back event nets record of discarded prescription drugs


The agency's haul turned out to be tons. OH residents turned in 35,797 pounds of prescription pills during the October 28 Drug Take Back Day, the U.S. On Oct. 28, more than 4200 law enforcement agencies participated in Prescription Drug Take Back Day, a national effort created to combat the opioid crisis by collecting old and expired prescription medications. Read More »

Reduced Alcohol Intake May Prevent The Chances of Developing Cancer


The evidence linked alcohol consumption with breast, colon, esophagus, and head and neck cancers. The more you drink, the higher your risk, leading the American Society Of Clinical Oncology to recommend cutting back on booze. Approximately 3.5 percent of all cancer deaths in the US, that is about 19,500 deaths are alcohol related, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Read More »

Washington Calls for International Action against Iran for Providing Houthis with Missiles


The United Nations urges the rival parties in the three-year Yemen conflict "not to escalate the situation further" and to take precautions to spare civilians and civilian infrastructure, Dujarric told reporters at U.N. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir said the country has a right to respond if attacked by Iran. United Nations and humanitarian aid officials warned on November 7 that the Saudi-led blockade of Yemen threatens to deepen the desperation of seven million people the United ... Read More »

Sheep trained to recognise Emma Watson, Barrack Obama!


The research's lead author Prof Jenny Morton said, "What we did is ask whether a sheep could learn to recognise someone from a photograph". Experiments in the past have shown that animals as various as dogs, mockingbirds and horses can distinguish between individual members of other species simply by looking at their photographs.... Read More »

First openly transgender state legislator elected in Virginia


Toscano and caucus chairwoman Charniele Herring said in a statement . A lightning rod for controversy, Marshall often drew the ire of even his own party. Roem discussed her gender identity when asked throughout the campaign and responded to flyers released by Marshall's campaign that referred to her using male pronouns. Read More »

Florida comes in as 23rd fattest state, WalletHub reports


A new report says Kansans are tipping the scale when it comes to overweight states. According to the Centers for Disease and Control , seven out of every 10 American adults are overweight, and nearly 40 percent are obese. The Palmetto State was ranked the 9th fattest state in America in an analysis by WalletHub , a personal finance website. More than 81 million Americans aged six years and older, were completely inactive in 2016, according to a report from the Physical Activity Council . Read More »

World Health Organization raises concerns over antibiotics use on healthy animals, humans

Action is certainly needed: Researchers estimate that by 2050 some 50 million deaths globally will be attributable to antimicrobial resistance. "People will just die because of (regular) infections", he told reporters in a phone conference, warning that common procedures like hip replacements would also no longer be possible since the risk of infection would be too great". Read More »

Santa Claus actor arrested for drug paraphernalia


Robert Kaiser told the Daily Voice following the arrest of the retired Pompton Lakes resident. Authorities say a subsequent search of the vehicle turned up more drug paraphernalia, including empty bags of crack and heroin alongside a hypodermic needle. Read More »

Security Council decries killings by Myanmar's military


The CPA urged the Myanmar government to stop the violence immediately in the Rakhine state immediately, unconditionally, and indefinitely and to ensure the sustainable return of all forcibly displaced Rohingya sheltered in Bangladesh and other countries to their land homes within shortest possible time. Read More »

London doctors test smartphone video consultations


And if you're not sure whether you even need to chat to a GP, you can use the in-app AI chatbot to talk through your symptoms and get immediate advice - the same chatbot the NHS has been testing as a complementary service to its 111 non-emergency helpline. Read More »

Eagles will cover against reeling Broncos


This season , Jeffery has totaled 34 catches for exactly 500 yards and five touchdowns in his first year with the Eagles. Jay Ajayi rushed for 77 yards on eight carries in his Philadelphia debut, highlighted by a 46-yard touchdown in the second quarter. Read More »

Duterte, Trump to meet in person for first time in Vietnam


As the Russian Foreign Ministry stated, "primary attention is paid to the issues of further liberalizing trade and investment, first of all, as applicable to the sphere of services, and economic integration in the Asia-Pacific Region with the focus on approving the concept of the pan-regional Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP), the idea of moving towards which is meant to replace after 2020 the forum's Bogor Goals that do not have clear criteria". Read More »

Leaders need to act on gun violence


Criminology experts point out that a correlation is not proof of causation - after all, the majority of domestic abusers don't carry out mass shootings. Abbott asked on CNN. Here's a question we're hearing all over the place: Is this the new normal? "He is working to repeal the Affordable Care Act which covers mental health treatment, he has called for drastic cuts to mental health services in his budget, and he's signed legislation that prevents the Social Security Administration from ... Read More »

Navy ready to deal with Avengers, others - CNS


His words "Nigerian Navy has implemented various security measures to curb militant insurgency, sea pirates, kidnapping and illegal oil bunkering in the region". Usani further noted that the Federal Government was unwavering to the development of the region for which the Avengers are threatening fire and brimstone. Read More »

Red Cross: $6M lost through fraud in Ebola response spending


In 2014, the IFRC had to respond to the massive outbreak of the disease, which initially erupted in Guinea and quickly spread to Sierra Leone and Liberia. The IFRC is now working with anti-corruption commissions in these countries to legally pursue any individuals involved. Despite the hard circumstances that may be uncovered, IFRC will not waiver from pursuing and continuing to seek out and end fraud or corruption within Ebola operations and around the world, and will continue to support ... Read More »