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Medicine Never directed Aadhaar-mobile number linkage
Author: 0 Never directed Aadhaar-mobile number linkage

Justice D Y Chandrachud, one of the five judges on the Constitution Bench led by Chief Justice Dipak Misra, after perusing the February 6 order in the Lok Niti Foundation case, said the court had only asked the government to tighten the verification process of mobile phone users through Aadhaar linkage, citing national security.

Author: 0 Abbvie Inc (NYSE:ABBV) Institutional Investors Sentiment Index Dive in Q4 2017

Over the a year ago Company's shares have been trading in the range of $64.26 and $125.86. Since April 25, 2017 ABBV has risen 39.20% and is uptrending. Mirador Partners L P reported 19,581 shares. Blume Cap Incorporated reported 1,075 shares. Baxter Bros owns 2,549 shares for 0.07% of their portfolio.

Medicine Reps Summon Buhari Over Herdsmen Killings
Author: 0 Reps Summon Buhari Over Herdsmen Killings

Download the Nigeria Today app from Play store. The House further called on President Buhari to "within 24 hours" deploy full military presence in Benue State to uncover the killer herdsmen and prosecute them, adding that the marauders should be declared a "terrorists" group.

Medicine EvergreenHealth receives
Author: 0 EvergreenHealth receives "A" grade for patient safety

Founded in 2000 by large employers and other purchasers, The Leapfrog Group is a national nonprofit organization driving a movement for giant leaps forward in the quality and safety of American health care. "Receiving an "A" Safety Grade means a hospital is among the best in the country for preventing these bad problems and putting their patients first, 24 hours a day".

Medicine Which state has the most aggressive drivers? Think local
Author: 0 Which state has the most aggressive drivers? Think local

GasBuddy said it examined "tens of millions" of trips in all 50 states since December 12, 2017, noting the frequency of an aggressive event - defined as speeding, hard braking or aggressive accelerating. Smartphone app GasBuddy found Kentuckians had just 9.1 minutes between aggressive driving events. The study compiled data from GasBuddy's Trips, which assesses drivers on a three-tier rating system.

Medicine Throw Out All Types of Romaine Lettuce, CDC Warns
Author: 0 Throw Out All Types of Romaine Lettuce, CDC Warns

Federal health officials announced Wednesday that a multistate E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce grown in Arizona has spread to 31 new victims, three new states and was proving to be a very potent strain of bacteria. The sweeping advisory came after information tied to some new illnesses prompted health officials to caution against eating all kinds of romaine lettuce that came from the city of Yuma, Ariz., where the outbreak began.

Medicine Josef Newgarden Dominates Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama
Author: 0 Josef Newgarden Dominates Honda Indy Grand Prix of Alabama

Once Bourdais pitted, Newgarden reclaimed the lead and drove comfortably to the checkered flag on Lap 82. Newgarden stopped for wet weather tires on Lap 71 as the rains came again but the rain was not as intense as it was on Sunday. "The only thing that did was we kind of burned off the fronts of our rain tires because it was still dryish, there was still dry parts of the track".

Medicine Winnebago County reports 3 bleeding cases related to synthetic cannabinoids
Author: 0 Winnebago County reports 3 bleeding cases related to synthetic cannabinoids

Two men, one in his 20s and another in his 40s have also died in Central Illinois. Another person has died from exposure to synthetic marijuana - the fourth in just the last few weeks, the IL department of Public Health said. Doctors say those suffering from bleeding need to take as many as 30 tablets a day for up to six months. The agency recently received 800,000 Vitamin K doses donated by pharmaceutical firms to help in the case.

Medicine Scientists discover new form of DNA in human cells
Author: 0 Scientists discover new form of DNA in human cells

To locate the i-motifs inside human cells, the scientists designed a tool using antibodies - Y-shaped proteins that bind with specific molecules - that attaches itself to i-motifs but not to any other form of DNA. This may be instrumental in unravelling more mysteries about the human genetic code and puts the i-motif DNA structure on its course to becoming an important building block of modern molecular biology.

Medicine Windrush: Amber Rudd vows speedy compensation for hardship
Author: 0 Windrush: Amber Rudd vows speedy compensation for hardship

The UK Government said yesterday that emigrants to Britain decades ago who have been wrongly targeted over their immigration statuses will be eligible for free citizenship as it tries to contain the continuing crisis. The British Nationality Act, which gave citizenship of the UK and Colonies to all people living in the United Kingdom and its colonies, and the right of entry and settlement in the UK, has become a topic of much contention recently.

Medicine Pregnant women should cut caffeine to avoid early childhood weight gain
Author: 0 Pregnant women should cut caffeine to avoid early childhood weight gain

They found exposure to any caffeine level while in the womb was associated with a heightened risk of the child being overweight by age 3 and 5. Eleni Papadopoulou , from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health in Oslo, and colleagues analyzed data from the Norwegian Mother and Child Cohort Study (50,943 mothers recruited from 2002 to 2008 and their children, after singleton pregnancies ).

Medicine Royal baby watch is on as Duchess of Cambridge enters hospital
Author: 0 Royal baby watch is on as Duchess of Cambridge enters hospital

He's ranked as fifth behind his grandpa, Prince Charles, his sister, Princess Charlotte and his dad, Prince William . And royal baby makes five! As is tradition, the official notice for the birth has been placed on the forecourt of Buckingham Palace , where it will be displayed for 24 hours.

Medicine Brainstorm Health: Trump Delays Drug Price Speech, Hepatitis A Outbreak, Romaine Lettuce
Author: 0 Brainstorm Health: Trump Delays Drug Price Speech, Hepatitis A Outbreak, Romaine Lettuce

IN health officials issued a travel warning for anyone headed to MI. According to the release, there have been 815 reported cases, 657 hospitalizations and 25 deaths between August 1, 2016 and April 18 of this year in MI. "Getting vaccinated and thoroughly washing your hands before and after preparing food and eating and after using the restroom are simple, safe and effective ways to prevent the spread of hepatitis A".

Medicine Surat rape accused also killed victim's mother
Author: 0 Surat rape accused also killed victim's mother

On April 5, he strangulated her to death and dumped the body. The body of the girl, found from near a playground in Pandesara area of the city, had 86 injury marks. Kiran Chaudhary, inspector, crime branch added: "On April 5, Harsayai took put body in the vehicle and dumped it in the bushes on the Jiav-Budiya Road around 1.5km-2km from his house.

Medicine Fuel prices hiked, petrol now Rs 78.79/Litre
Author: 0 Fuel prices hiked, petrol now Rs 78.79/Litre

The ministry, however, wants the states to cut VAT on fuel to ease burden on consumers, he added. State-owned oil firms, which have been since June previous year revising auto fuel prices daily, have raised petrol price by 20 paise per litre, while diesel was hiked by 21 paise per litre.

Medicine Coli Warning now Involves all Romaine
Author: 0 Coli Warning now Involves all Romaine

USA health officials on Friday told consumers to throw away any store-bought romaine lettuce they have in their kitchens and warned restaurants not to serve it amid an E. This particular E. coli outbreak is linked to a potentially deadly strain of the bacteria, called E. coli O157:H7. Infections start when someone swallows a tiny amount of human or animal feces through a variety of ways, including contaminated food, consumption of unpasteurized (raw) milk, unclean water or contact with ...