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Medicine What killed Aussie bride on Fiji honeymoon
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Kelly Clarke , 24, was taken to hospital on Wednesday before dying on Friday, with doctors unable to determine the cause of her death. She has been put into an induced Coma due to organ failure and septicaemia. She is in a very unstable condition. "She loved kids and loved her work as a nurse and was getting great feedback from work". It is understood the costs to return her body to Australia will be covered by the Department of Foreign Affairs and insurance, while the near $50,000 ...

Medicine £500k to improve first response mental health services
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Many previous studies have also shown how access to nature and green spaces can benefit health, with a 2015 study of U.S. adults findings that men in particular and those age 65 and above sleep better when they have access to nature, with better sleep linked to a lower risk of depression.

Medicine Bringing mental health to work
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Mental Health Minister Maureen Watt said: "Building on the plans laid out in our Mental Health Strategy, this £500,000 funding package will help NHS 24 to improve their mental health services, whether online or via telephone". This is despite 84 per cent of employers acknowledging their responsibility to staff mental wellbeing and 91 per cent of managers agreeing that what they do can affect their staff's mental health.

Medicine New Zealand police apologise for a massive social media fail
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The New Zealand Police Department also issued their own apology. Everybody loves a good meme, but New Zealand police have been forced to apologise after tweeting one that seemingly made light of the recent spate of road fatalities. She told Checkpoint police posted hundreds of comments on social media every day "and in this case we got it wrong". "We feel awful about this mistake, as we put victims at the heart of what police do", she said.

Medicine Louise Redknapp reveals how Strictly made her re-evaluate her life
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The former singer is set to star as Sally Bowles in a touring production of Cabaret this December, marking Louise's first show in 15 years. Louise said: "I wanted to sing, wanted to perform". Louise, who reached the final on Strictly Come Dancing past year, said her time on the BBC dancing gave competition reignited her passion for performing.

Medicine Kansas City Chiefs: Rapid Reaction Vs Houston Texans in Week 5
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The Houston Texans' legend plans to make sure relief gets to the people in Houston who need it most and funds are used in the most practical way. Smith authored a response after Watson completed his second second-half scoring pass to receiver Will Fuller, a 48-yarder with 12 minutes left that cut what was a 16-point deficit to 26-20.

Medicine Exposing Others To HIV Will No Longer Be A Felony In California
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Although some praised the bill , many others shared their concern over it, saying that such legislation would inevitably increase the risk of HIV infections. HIV should be treated like all other serious infectious diseases. "The most effective way to reduce HIV infections is to destigmatize HIV", Wiener said to CNN .

Medicine Cy-Fair ISD student says she was suspended for sitting during Pledge
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A few days later, Kizzy Landry filed a lawsuit , which names Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District and Principal Martha Strother as defendants. The school district stated it will be handling the matter internally. After several shootings of black people by white police officers in 2015 and 2016, former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick started kneeling during the national anthem before games.

Medicine Community East Offering Free Flu Shots This Week
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If not, Community Health Network wants to help you fight the flu-for free! Thanks to a donation from the Foundation for Barnes-Jewish Hospital, the St. For more information or to download the vaccination consent form before going to the department, go to www.gachd.org/liberty and click on the Flu Vaccination link under Liberty County Health Department Information.

Medicine ME motorists get some relief as post-hurricane gas prices continue decline
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As the market continues to correct itself following back-to-back major storms, and with Hurricane Nate's impact not expected to affect local prices, analysts are predicting more declines this week. The price-tracking website said Monday that its survey of 147 gas stations here found an average retail price of $2.63 a gallon. "If refineries and oil rigs have a hard time resuming normal operations, and futures prices spike, then the local gas price plunge could stall out", said Mark Jenkins, ...

Medicine Nigerian thrashed in Delhi on suspicion of theft
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A Nigerian national was tied to a pole and brutally beaten up by locals for alleged theft in Delhi's Malviya Nagar. A man can also be seen holding his feet and aiming hard on his soles with a stick. According to reports, the Nigerian man was arrested on the same day and has been lodged in jail since then. According to the report, he was barely conscious.

Medicine ISIS-linked doc facing extradition to US
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Salic, a 37-year-old Filipino doctor, transferred $423 in May 2016 to the other suspects for the operation, according to USA court documents released on Friday. Salic is facing charges of kidnapping and murder, the Department of Justice (DOJ) said. Presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella said the preliminary investigation of the case against Salic would continue while extradition proceedings are being processed.

Medicine SC brings back ban on firecrackers in Delhi-NCR
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The ban on sale of firecrackers will apply till 1 November, CNN-News-18 reported. In November 2016, the SC had ordered that the sale of firecrackers be banned in Delhi and NCR region due to the growing levels of pollution in the capital. Diwali is on October 19 and the order effectively means that no firecrackers will be available for purchase before the festival. He had argued that all aspects raised by the petitioner now were considered by the apex court while passing the order in ...

Medicine Godhra train carnage: HC spares the noose for 11 convicts
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Out of 31 convicts, 11 are awarded death penalty and rest 20 are given sentenced to life imprisonment. All the 31 were convicted under IPC sections related to murder, attempt to murder and criminal conspiracy. The top court refers the matter to the Gujarat High Court. Both, the convictions and the acquittals, were challenged in the Gujarat High Court. After stone-pelting, they locked the doors of the S6 coach from outside, poured petrol inside and set it on fire.

Medicine The Call: Vikings at Chicago
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He finished 16-of-27 for 233 yards, two touchdowns and three interceptions fro a 72.5 rating. On the other hand, though, if Chicago plays more of a zone coverage with the emphasis on Diggs then running backs Latavius Murray and Jerick McKinnon will have to have big games.

Medicine Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock born in Clinton
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The gunman's hotel room was on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel with a flawless view of the concert grounds where more than 20,000 people had gathered some 400 yards away for the Route 91 Harvest Musical Festival before Paddock launched his attack.

Medicine Tabby's Star Phenomenon Solved
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The researchers link this type of non-uniform dimming to the effects seen on Earth every day. When they observed light changes of Tabby's Star in ultraviolet using Swift and in infrared using Spitzer, as well as in visible light in AstroLAB IRIS observatory nearly throughout the past year, they determined the blocking particles must be bigger than interstellar dust, small grains that could be located anywhere between Earth and the star.

Medicine 2 babies found in auto with mom's who overdosed on heroin
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Schweinhart called 911 when O'Connor began to overdose but then she started convulsing, police said. The mothers, told cops had bonded during a drug treatment program during their respective pregnancies. They were found properly strapped into their auto seats by police. Both were taken to Bethesda Hospital East. Both women were arrested on child neglect charges.