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Medicine Oral Antibiotics May Up Risk Of Kidney Stones
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We've heard the concerns that antibiotics can lead to drug-resistant bacteria, but there's a new concern tonight - a higher risk of kidney stones , especially in children. "Antibiotics have saved lives they are important to use for clinically indicated infections but we also know that antibiotics are often prescribed unnecessarily", said Tasian.

Medicine Sunrisers Hyderabad: First IPL team to Enter Playoffs
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Delhi made 187 for five, based around a brilliant unbeaten 128 by Rishabh Pant , the highest T20 score by an Indian , off only 63 balls including seven sixes. Pant literally toyed with the SRH bowlers. The Delhi stumper, who became the youngest to 1000 IPL runs, immediately moved into the 90s when he clobbered Afghan leg-spinner Rashid Khan for a four and a six off consecutive balls before treating Bhuvneshwar Kumar with disdain.

Medicine National Hospital Week celebrated by WRMC
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All across Huron County, nurses are making a difference in people's lives each day and building healthier communities. "Their diligence and efforts in providing quality care to our communities are invaluable". However, after controlling for shift length, unit, and hospital characteristics, they found that collaboration suffered in nursing units with longer overtime shifts and more nurses working overtime.

Medicine How Jose Mourinho Reacted To Luke Shaw's Performance vs West Ham
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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho refused to criticise his side despite another display lacking inspiration in attacking areas as they sealed second place in the Premier League with a 0-0 draw at West Ham on Thursday. Mourinho's only defeat on the closing day of a Premier League campaign came with Chelsea against Newcastle in 2005-06 (W3 D2 otherwise). Watford are set to spend another season in Premier League, but it has been a disappointing season overall.

Medicine Caps, Lightning set to open East finals
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He will travel to Tampa and is skating, but will be a game time decision. Backstrom, who took a shot from Justin Schultz off his right hand in Game 5 against the Penguins on Saturday, skated and did some light stickhandling Thursday; Burakovsky (out with upper-body injury) practiced and are each considered day-to-day.

Medicine Dentist who ran over cheating husband released from prison
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Clara Harris fought with the woman before striking her husband with her Mercedes-Benz and repeatedly running over his body. FIRST LOOK: Clara Harris smiles at camera as she prepares to leave prisonNow after more than a decade behind bars, Harris has been granted parole .

Medicine Nigeria Tax Base Surges, Yet 1 in 4 Work-Age People Registered
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Continuing, she said: "By 2019, the growth will be stronger than the present level in 2018". Adeosun said: "At the percentage of Gross Domestic Product, our government budget size is low for the size of our economy". "We are not getting complacent around the increase in oil price but we will focus on the fundamentals that will drive this economy". So, it is not the volume of money that comes in that matters, but how effectively government utilises it to better the lives of the people.

Medicine Buhari cuts short medical trip, returns to Abuja
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The post Presidency Lists Buhari's Achievements, Nigerians Fire Heavy Shots at Them appeared first on INFORMATION NIGERIA . Although he appears to be back in good health, his declaration to seek re-election next year has returned the issue to the spotlight.

Medicine Alcohol, Tobacco Are Biggest Threat to Human Well-Being, Says Study
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A new report compiling data provided by the some of the most recent and reliable sources worldwide aims to answer the big question: which substances and stimulants pose the biggest threat to health and well-being on a global level? Researchers have discovered that smoking cigarettes and consuming alcohol takes away more years of off a person's life then using any illegal substance.

Medicine New Report Provides 2011-2018 Overview of Korea Radiation Survey Meters Market
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The market can be further segmented on the basis of type into: insertion thermal flow meter, portable thermal flow meters, portable thermal flow meters and Inline thermal flow meters. The following fragment talks about the Flow Meters market types and applications . Key players of Flow Meters market are ABB Ltd., Emerson Electric, Endress+Hauser Management AG, Schneider Electric, Honeywell International, Ripeness Sanyuan, Badger Meter, Siemens AG, WELL TECH, Krohne Messtechnik GmbH, ...

Medicine Many Oncologists Discuss, Recommend Medical Marijuana
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The survey questioned whether they discussed medical marijuana with their patients, whether they recommended it, and how informed they felt in doing so. The study found that about two-thirds of oncologists in states where medical marijuana is legal believe that medical marijuana is beneficial when used in combination with standard treatments for symptoms such as pain, poor appetite and weight loss.

Medicine World Health Organization to send Ebola vaccines to DRC as virus spreads
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At least 17 people have died since inhabitants of a village in the country's northwest began showing symptoms resembling Ebola several months ago. The local culture, with traditional healers and communal burials where there was close contact with the deceased, could cause "super-spreading" of Ebola, which kills up to 90 percent of sufferers, he said.

Medicine Spike in illicit drug overdose deaths in BC
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The three townships seeing the highest number of deaths remain Vancouver, Surrey and Victoria where lives claimed have reached 102, 55 and 34 respectively. The fatality rate in Northeast B.C.is below the provincial average at 27 deaths per 100,000, while the Northern Health rate as a whole was the second-lowest in B.C.at 30.8 deaths per 100,000.

Medicine Rita Ora releases brand new star studded single 'Girls'
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Since returning with Your Song last summer, she's notched up four Top 10s, including Lonely Together, a collaboration with the late Avicii, Anywhere, and a duet with Liam Payne, For You, taken from the third instalment of the Fifty Shades of Grey franchise, in which Rita also stars.

Medicine Margaret Trudeau discusses battle with mental illness as a message of hope
Author: 0 Margaret Trudeau discusses battle with mental illness as a message of hope

Trudeau points to her own journey where she believed, she wasn't the problem but her environment and those around her were the issue. She says, "My life was gone". This will begin with a talk from Daniel Sinclair, one of the university's mental health advisors, on the theme of combating exam stress. Mental health advocates, he says, "are fortunate not only to have a community with so many opportunities for positive mental health experiences", but they also have a time "to showcase some ...

Medicine Chinese broadcaster censors Ireland's entire Eurovision entry
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Singer-songwriter SuRie hopes to end more than two decades of failure with her song, Storm. The entry featured interpretive dancers Kevin O'Dwyer and Alan McGrath re-enacting a same-sex love story, earning praise from audience members. Despite speculation Russian Federation would not broadcast the Irish performance, it was shown in full. Israel's Eurovision representative, singer Netta Barzilai, performing at the 70th-anniversary Independence Day ceremony in Jerusalem on April 18, 2018.