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Medicine DR Congo Ebola outbreak: 19 dead, 39 infected so far
Author: 0 DR Congo Ebola outbreak: 19 dead, 39 infected so far

It brings to 35 the number of reported cases, including two confirmed, according to the World Health Organization tally. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said on Monday that use of the vaccine could begin by the end of this week. Some experts assume the DRC's stricter epidemiological surveillance and better disease response system compared to other African countries, including Gabon and the Republic of Congo, are other reasons why the DRC has had so many reported cases of Ebola.

Medicine More illness linked to recalled eggs
Author: 0 More illness linked to recalled eggs

At the time, the producer added that the move was done in "an abundance of caution" after discovering some sort of contamination at its facility in Hyde County, North Carolina, but this is nevertheless the country's largest egg recall in almost a decade.

Medicine Chinese premier congratulates Pashinyan on election as Armenian PM
Author: 0 Chinese premier congratulates Pashinyan on election as Armenian PM

He expressed willingness to work with Pashinyan to continuously lift bilateral ties to higher levels. They have shown the world that they can demand less corruption and more accountability from their government and win. "I am calling on all Armenian and Russian businessmen from Sochi and Russia to travel to Armenia, make investments and create jobs", he said. In the second round of vote in the 105-seat parliament, 59 lawmakers backed Pashinyan's candidacy, with 42 voting against and four ...

Medicine Delhi: Indigo Staffer Arrested For Making Hoax Bomb Call at IGI airport
Author: 0 Delhi: Indigo Staffer Arrested For Making Hoax Bomb Call at IGI airport

An IndiGo employee, working at its customer care desk in Pune airport, was arrested by the Delhi Police for allegedly making a hoax bomb call, which affected its Delhi-Mumbai flight schedule on May 2. "We immediately registered an FIR in the matter and put the mobile phone on surveillance". The SIM card used for making the hoax call has been recovered from the possession of the accused, the police said.

Medicine Deadly dust storms ravage northern India, killing close to 100
Author: 0 Deadly dust storms ravage northern India, killing close to 100

Thousands of commuters were stuck on the winding and busy Blue Line, which links Dwarka in northwest Delhi to Noida and Vaishali in Uttar Pradesh , for nearly 45 minutes. Metro movement at the Noida Dwaraka line was stalled for 30 minutes due to bad weather conditions, said reports. # 05:08 PM: Storm interrupts CM Arvind Kejriwal's programme in Delhi's IP Extension.

Medicine Tiger Woods Off To Incredible Start On 'Moving Day' At Players Championship
Author: 0 Tiger Woods Off To Incredible Start On 'Moving Day' At Players Championship

However, the former US Open champion then double-bogeyed the 17th after his tee shot hit the wooden sleepers which form the edge of the green, bounced on to the putting surface and into the water. It's exciting to see him back and we all hope he wins another tournament and another major. "Well I finally got off to a good start", Woods said afterward, per Golfweek.

Medicine Doctors grow ear transplant inside soldier's arm
Author: 0 Doctors grow ear transplant inside soldier's arm

Her entire left ear was gone. "Then I remember people walking up to us, asking if we were okay and then I blacked out", Burrage said on the U.S. Plastic surgeons at William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas, performed the Army's first ear reconstruction and transplant, a statement from the armed service branch said.

Medicine Arjun Kapoor Announces New Film As He Clocks Six Years In Bollywood
Author: 0 Arjun Kapoor Announces New Film As He Clocks Six Years In Bollywood

To play a character straight out of a real life incident and that it was not just a biopic - that's where I think India's Most Wanted really appealed to me. "11 May will always remain the most memorable day of my life and today feels even more incredible because I'm letting you know about one of the most special films of my career", he added.

Medicine Are Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor dating? The internet wants to know!
Author: 0 Are Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor dating? The internet wants to know!

In one of the interviews, when she was asked, "Is there any truth to the rumours that she and Ranbir are a couple?", Alia quickly retorted, "What, Ranveer Singh, I have no linkup with Ranveer Singh, hahahah". Rajat Sharma, the show's anchor, then chose to bail her out of her misery and said, "I was only trying to ask about your experience of working with him in a movie".

Medicine JOHESU strike: Edo doctors shun national body's directive
Author: 0 JOHESU strike: Edo doctors shun national body's directive

David Osifo, said he just received notification from the state JOHESU that they would not be joining the strike action. The union on Wednesday directed states and local government's health workers to join the strike to further press their demands to the federal government.

Medicine This man's blood has saved 2.4 million babies
Author: 0 This man's blood has saved 2.4 million babies

A regular blood donation can save three lives, and a plasma donation can save 18 lives. On Friday, he made his final donation , having reached the maximum age allowed for donors in Australia. Nearly every week, the 81-year-old dubbed "the man with the golden arm" has donated 500-800ml of blood plasma . His plasma contains an antibody (Anti-D) that can treat Rhesus D Haemolytic Disease (HDN) in unborn babies.

Medicine Deadly Frog Fungus Started In Korea, Scientists Find
Author: 0 Deadly Frog Fungus Started In Korea, Scientists Find

The fungus causes a disease called a chitrimiomycosis that affects the skin of the animal by affecting its ability to regulate water and electrolyte levels resulting in heart failure. "Until now we haven't been able to identify exactly where it came from", he explained. The chytrid fungus , which caused a destructive decline in the population of 200 frog species, including the Sierra Nevada yellow-legged frog, was determined by the researchers to be spreading through global pet trade.

Medicine Egg recall: United States salmonella outbreak grows
Author: 0 Egg recall: United States salmonella outbreak grows

More illnesses have been reported in connection to a salmonella outbreak that led to the recall of more than 206 million eggs last month. A multistate salmonella outbreak, that led to the recall of almost 207 million eggs in April, is still ongoing and Pennsylvania is one of nine states that have been affected.

Medicine HSE chief Tony O'Brien steps down amid cervical smear scandal
Author: 0 HSE chief Tony O'Brien steps down amid cervical smear scandal

His intention is to step down from his position with effect from close of business tomorrow, Friday, May 11. CPL said it is one of two United States, and two Irish laboratories, that have provided Pap smear testing for the Irish cervical screening program since 2008.

Medicine Nadal breaks win streak on clay with Madrid Open loss to Thiem
Author: 0 Nadal breaks win streak on clay with Madrid Open loss to Thiem

Thiem also became the third player ever to beat Nadal at least three times on clay. "Today I lost the match". Thiem then struck an ace to complete the set. "That's what I'm working on". "So I can't go back to the hotel and think that I have to do a lot of things different to prepare the next events because [that] will not be something that will be very smart".

Medicine You can get cocaine delivered to your door faster than a pizza
Author: 0 You can get cocaine delivered to your door faster than a pizza

The Global Drug Survey takes in data from over 130,000 people across more than 40 countries, including about 2000 Australians, who answered web surveys. The study identified Glasgow in Scotland as the city where more people than anywhere else, almost 90 per cent, said they could receive same-day cocaine deliveries.

Medicine Child At Quincy Daycare Is Diagnosed With Typhoid Fever
Author: 0 Child At Quincy Daycare Is Diagnosed With Typhoid Fever

A MA child care center closed on Wednesday after learning of a child's typhoid fever diagnosis the day before. "My primary concern is the safety of my child", said one mother whose infant attends Bright Horizons daycare , as teachers and children are being tested for possible exposure to the disease.

Medicine Oral Antibiotics May Up Risk Of Kidney Stones
Author: 0 Oral Antibiotics May Up Risk Of Kidney Stones

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.