Stories about Medical

Sep 07 2017

Protesters gather in LA to oppose the phasing out of DACA

I do not favor punishing children, most of whom are now adults, for the actions of their parents. "This is about whether we are a people who kick hopeful young strivers o...

Sep 07 2017

Toshiba board reaches no verdict on new Western Digital chip proposal

Keybank National Association OH's holdings in Western Digital Corporation were worth $11,243,000 at the end of the most recent quarter. A number of other institutiona...

Sep 07 2017

World Cup qualifier to be replayed after ruling on match fixing

South Africa's 2018 Fifa World Cup chances were dealt another hammer blow on Wednesday as the world footballing body confirmed that Bafana Bafana's Group D qualifying ...

Sep 07 2017

Nurses Suspended For Ogling Genitals Of Male Patient In Denver Hospital

The matter was referred "back to Denver Health to handle internally". The nurses admired the size of the man's genitalia while he was incapacitated and opened up a body...

Sep 07 2017

Myanmar plays diplomatic card to avert UN censure over Rohingya Muslims

Myanmar said that the Rohingya terrorists should be blamed for the mass migration of the Rohingya community since these terrorists had recently attacked importan...

Sep 06 2017

Entercom's "I'm Listening" Campaign

Ursula Whiteside, clinical psychologist, CEO of NowMattersNow.org. The two-hour special will air across Entercom's platforms at 10am ET and will also feature Phantogram...

Sep 06 2017

High fat diet may be key to longer life

While some diets suggest no carbohydrates or sugars, many are underwritten by the same theory. In these experiments the carbohydrate levels in diet given to the mice wa...

Sep 06 2017

Mayor: Chicago students welcome as Trump ending DACA program

Mayor Rahm Emanuel says Chicago students "have nothing to worry about" as President Donald Trump's administration said it will wind down a program protecting young immi...

Sep 06 2017

North Dakota to be setting for Trump's 'aggressive' tax reform pitch

The Democratic senator is expected to face a hard challenge for reelection next year in a state Trump carried in 2016 by 36 percentage points, one of his biggest margins ...

Sep 06 2017

Light it up! - New device can see through human body

So it was hard to get a clear picture of the exact endoscope's location. A comparison of imagery produced by the new device on the left, with pictures from more traditi...

Sep 06 2017

Young girl from Trento dies from "home-grown" malaria

A Trento probe into Zago's death is looking into possible culpable homicide by persons as yet unidentified, sources said Wednesday. The Ansa news agency quoted the head...

Sep 06 2017

Stephen Hawking's alien-hunting mission 'hears 15 odd signals from distant galaxy'

However, Breakthrough Listen's mandate is to find signs of intelligent life in the universe, and one of their more speculative theories is that perhaps the bursts are f...

Sep 06 2017

West Nile Virus detected in mosquitoes in county

In 2016 there were no deaths reported and 35 total West Nile cases tallied, the state said. Symptoms to look for are body aches, fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, fatigu...

Sep 06 2017

British national arrested for sodomizing visually challenged students

Murray was arrested on Sunday for inappropriately touching three minor inmates at the institute. Also, the sources are saying that they already seized the Laptop and Phon...

Sep 06 2017

Apple chip powered Beats Studio3 Wireless headphone released

Having said that, noise-canceling and in this case, an exclusive new in-house technology dubbed Pure Adaptive Noise Canceling ( Pure ANC ), is the main innovation. Nearly...

Sep 06 2017

Angry Birds producer plans IPO

In addition, some current shareholders will be allowed to sell stock in the offering to recoup some of their investment. Rovio's revenues doubled rose to €153m in the f...

Sep 06 2017

Zika virus shrinks brain tumours in lab tests

The Zika virus can target and kill a particular type of brain tumour cell in the lab, according to United States scientists. Every year, approximately 12,000 people i...

Sep 06 2017

PSA screening saves lives with early detection of prostate cancer

In 2009 a New England Journal of Medicine editorialist superlatively called the debate over PSA testing for prostate cancer as a dispute that refused to die down. Tha...

Sep 04 2017

What is Labor Day and why are we celebrating?

While most people today think of Labor Day as the last weekend of summer, it was actually founded to recognize the men and women and "industrial spirit" of the American w...

Sep 04 2017

Lots of folks seem to labor on Labor Day

But the need to recognize our labor force has not diminished, even as the average American worker has changed. Labor Day, the first Monday in September for those in the...