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Health Care State's online Professional MBA program ranks in top 40
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Western Illinois University has again been recognized by the U.S. News & World Report for offering some of the best online degree programs. Consequently, indicators like standardized test scores and high school class rankings that are used by the publication to rank brick-and-mortar colleges are not used to rank online programs.

Health Care AAP names elected to Rajya Sabha unopposed
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They got "Certificate of Election" confirming their election by Returning Officer Nidhi Srivastava. Besides, AAP claimed Gupta had resigned from the post before filing his nomination. The Congress first stated that he was appointed a Trustee of the National Pension Scheme (NPS) Trust on March 30, 2015. Following the complaint, the Returning Officer had written a letter to Gupta.

Health Care Spike in Cook County flu cases taxing area hospitals
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Meanwhile figures today show flu cases in Scotland are more than double in the same period previous year. The trend "may be an indication of a more severe influenza season", according to the Florida Department of Health's weekly flu report .

Health Care Popular Pain Medication Ibuprofen Could Lead To Male Infertility, Study Says
Author: 0 Popular Pain Medication Ibuprofen Could Lead To Male Infertility, Study Says

Luckily, in the test subjects the condition was mild, but the researchers said people should be concerned if they use anti-inflammatory drugs regularly over long periods of time. So, for the time being, I would urge men who need to take ibuprofen to continue to do so. This 1200-mg-per-day dose is the maximum limit listed on the labels of generic ibuprofen products.

Health Care Exercise can still help middle-aged couch potatoes
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The regimen must begin by age 65, when the heart is elastic enough to reap benefits. Levine said it could be tennis‚ aerobic dancing‚ walking or cycling. Previous IEEM studies had shown that by age 70, the effects on the heart of aging and being sedentary couldn't be reversed. "We identified that during late-middle age, the heart still maintains some of that cardiac plasticity where it can respond to exercise", Dr Howden said.

Health Care Delta state election: Gov. Okowa expresses satisfaction, as APC rejects polls
Author: 0 Delta state election: Gov. Okowa expresses satisfaction, as APC rejects polls

Ogbodu also said the result for Ika South could not be declared due to the absence of the returning officer for the locality who was said to have been indisposed. Aniamaka said, "Some thugs set ablaze the DSIEC office in Ughelli North". Mr. Aniamaka stated that the incident led to the cancellation of the Saturday state-wide council election in the area.

Health Care National Anthem not mandatory in cinema halls, says Supreme Court
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The apex court had then observed that people do not need to stand up in the cinema halls to prove their patriotism and asked the Centre to consider amending the rules for regulating playing of the national anthem in the theatres. This was being to enhance respect for the National Anthem he also said. Later, however, while hearing a petition by a film society challenging the November 2016 order, a three-judge bench had questioned the order.

Health Care Who is Har Gobind Khorana, today's Google Doodle
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The internet search engine and technology giant Google marks Noble prize victor Indian American scientist Har Gobind Khorana's 96th birth anniversary with a sketch doodle. Khorana died on November 9, 2011, due to natural causes and is survived by his children Julia and Davel. The tiny engineered organism was a massive leap forward, helping launch the biotechnology sector and blazing a trail for scientists looking to manipulate life at its most fundamental levels, including recent work on ...

Health Care Widespread flu in OH demands widespread use of influenza vaccinations
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According to health officials, there's no region of the state where people were being spared from the flu. While fall is the prime time to get the flu vaccine , residents who haven't been immunized should consider getting it. The agency said that almost 2,500 people have been hospitalized for flu-related symptoms and that 13 children have died of the virus in the current season, which started in October.

Health Care Texas woman dies after contracting flesh-eating bacteria from oysters in Louisiana
Author: 0 Texas woman dies after contracting flesh-eating bacteria from oysters in Louisiana

Jeanette LeBlanc was on a trip to Louisiana with her wife, Vicki Bergquist , when she shucked and ate about two dozen oysters. Added Bowers, "An allergic reaction of sorts, that's what I would call it. LeBlanc's widow thinks that had her wife understood the risks, she would have potentially not eaten the oysters that were ultimately responsible for her death.

Health Care E. Coli breakout linked to romaine lettuce
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It can take weeks to track down the source of a food poisoning outbreak. Although Canadian health officials traced the outbreak to romaine, the CDC says tests are still being done to confirm whether the cases in the USA and Canada can be linked to the same source.

Health Care Now some AMD PC owners post crash reports
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According to a Microsoft security advisories [1, 2], these are the Windows security updates that address the Meltdown and Spectre flaws for various Windows distributions. Ironically, that would also have happened during CES, which would have been a benefit to these companies - especially the chip makers - as most eyes would be focused elsewhere as the updates happened.

Health Care Blood shortage prompts 'urgent' need for donors
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Central Blood Bank has been this area's nonprofit community blood provider for more than 60 years, and serves patients in 50 hospitals in the Pittsburgh region, including nine western Pennsylvania counties and communities throughout West Virginia and eastern Ohio.

Health Care HP to offer replacement for 50000 faulty laptop batteries
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Consumer Product Safety Commission announced that HP Development Company, a subsidiary of Hewlett Packard, would be recalling the lithium-ion batteries found in HP Notebook computers and mobile workstations. If it is, instructions are provided for operating the computer or workstation in Battery Safe Mode . Customers are encouraged to go to ww.HP.com/go/batteryprogram2018 to see if their battery is included in the recall.

Health Care And Jasper Co. School Districts to have two-hour delays on Monday
Author: 0 And Jasper Co. School Districts to have two-hour delays on Monday

Several schools have already announced their plans to close, or delay opening, for Monday due to unsafe road conditions. School officials said Iredell-Statesville Schools will also dismiss students early Monday afternoon. after a two-hour delay was announced Sunday. John Paul II will start school at 10 a.m., according to a school news release. Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools, Halifax County Schools, Edgecombe County Schools, Harnett County Schools and Hoke County Schools have ...

Health Care Flu season hits Southern Alberta hard
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The highest rates of hospitalization are among people age 65 and older, followed by those ages 50-64 and then by children under age 5, according to the CDC. That's true. But public health experts still say that an imperfect flu shot is better than no flu shot. In Riverside County, for example, there were 3,415 ambulance transports related to the flu, a spike of 31 percent above the average, local TV station ABC7 reported.

Health Care Stars to walk Golden Globes red carpet with activists
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In keeping with the spirit of the empowering Time's Up movement, eight actresses will take female activists as their plus-ones to the Golden Globes Sunday night. Learn more about Clemente and her causes here. Following suit is Emma Watson , who will attend the event with Marai Larasi , the executive director of Imkaan , which is a Black-feminist network organisation.