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Medicine The Nanorobots That Could Choke Out a Tumor
Author: 0 The Nanorobots That Could Choke Out a Tumor

A key enzyme, thrombin , is attached to the surface of the nanobot, and another substance that instructs the nanobot to attack only cancer cells rather than healthy ones. cancer therapy", says the University of Tennessee's Scott Lenaghan , who was not involved in the work. Tests on humans are a while off but it is a promising step in cancer research.

Medicine Fatal accidents see 'dramatic' spike after 4/20 celebrations, UBC analysis finds
Author: 0 Fatal accidents see 'dramatic' spike after 4/20 celebrations, UBC analysis finds

Since High Times popularized the date in a story the magazine published in 1991, thousands of Americans have been celebrating the intoxicating properties of cannabis on April 20, the authors write in JAMA Internal Medicine . on April 20 during the more than 2 decades evaluated, compared with 2,453 drivers involved in fatal crashes on the 2 control days combined, which corresponded to 7.1 and 6.4 drivers in fatal crashes per hour, respectively.

Medicine After Eight Days Of Itchy Eyes, Oregon Woman Finds 14 Worms
Author: 0 After Eight Days Of Itchy Eyes, Oregon Woman Finds 14 Worms

Typically, patients infected with these parasitic eye worms report feeling similarly to the 26-year-old patient - eye irritation, and the sensation of a foreign body in the eye. She had been horseback riding and fishing in Gold Beach, Oregon, a coastal, cattle-farming area. "I am the first, the very first case of this type of type, this species of worm in a human eye", Beckley said.

Medicine Slow Eating May Reduce Obesity Risk, Study Says
Author: 0 Slow Eating May Reduce Obesity Risk, Study Says

According to the study, slowing down the speed at which you eat, along with cutting out after dinner snacks and not eating within two hours of going to sleep may all help to shed the pounds. They wrote: 'Interventions aimed at reducing eating speed may be effective in preventing obesity and lowering the associated health risks'. But, eating slowly may very well play a role in curbing obesity, said Dr.

Medicine Ex-beauty queen with rare condition wakes up with British accent
Author: 0 Ex-beauty queen with rare condition wakes up with British accent

But in 2015, she went to bed with a raging headache and woke up with a British accent that will not go away. She says that often people don't believe she isn't British nor do they realize there isn't actually that much amusing about the situation, at least not for Myers, who says she wants her condition to be taken very seriously.

Medicine A new antibiotic Malacidin from soil kills resistant bacteria
Author: 0 A new antibiotic Malacidin from soil kills resistant bacteria

Bacteria has been able to develop resistance to powerful antibiotics. Antibiotics have been doled out unnecessarily by Global Positioning System and hospital staff for decades, fueling once harmless bacteria to become superbugs. The researchers are investigating malacidin's potential at treating human infections. Scientists had to go through genetic material from 2,000 soil samples.

Medicine Inflation cools but stays above RBI target, industrial growth slows
Author: 0 Inflation cools but stays above RBI target, industrial growth slows

As per data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation, food inflation saw a marginal decline to 4.70 percent in January from 4.96 percent in December a year ago. In fact, in its last monetary policy committee ( MPC ) meeting, the central bank hiked the inflation projection for the January- March 2019 quarter to 5.1 per cent from 4.7 per cent in the third quarter.

Medicine CDC update on widespread influenza activity
Author: 0 CDC update on widespread influenza activity

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Acting Director Dr. Anne Schuchat. "There is a lot of fear and alarm about this flu season", Schuchat said. "The previously recorded high for that was 7.6 percent for a non-pandemic year in 2003-2004", Schuchat said. The CDC does not require national reporting of flu deaths in adults.

Medicine Christy Clark wades into pipeline dispute
Author: 0 Christy Clark wades into pipeline dispute

Trudeau is in California as part of a four day tour of the U.S. This has irked Kinder Morgan, especially since the project was in 2016 approved by the federal Canadian government. "We've been very clear that this project, the approval, was well within out jurisdiction, and it's going to go ahead", McKenna told CTV's Question Period.

Medicine Canada's Ted-Jan Bloemen wins speedskating silver in men's 5000 metres
Author: 0 Canada's Ted-Jan Bloemen wins speedskating silver in men's 5000 metres

Dutch speed skater Sven Kramer raced into the record books on Sunday by winning his third consecutive Olympic gold medal in the men's 5,000 metres. Dutch speedskater Sven Kramer won gold in the event for the third time in a row, but it was the silver and bronze medals that involved the photo finish.

Medicine SpiceJet plane gets tyre burst, has close shave
Author: 0 SpiceJet plane gets tyre burst, has close shave

The crew made a decision to turn back and landed safely at Chennai . It has led to the diversion of six flights to Bengaluru, Hyderabad and Tirupathi while there was a delay in the departure of 11 flights and arrival of 10. The airplane crew chose to turn back the flight immediately and managed to land safely at the airport. Following the incident, the main runway was partially shut as the aircraft got stuck in the taxiing area.

Medicine Henrikh Mkhitaryan: Arsene Wenger Better on Players than Jose Mourinho
Author: 0 Henrikh Mkhitaryan: Arsene Wenger Better on Players than Jose Mourinho

The France ace will next have the chance to find his shooting boots in the Europa League last-32 clash away to Ostersunds on Thursday. Football statistics website Who Scored awarded him a rating of 6.3 out of 10, only Mohamed Elneny, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Laurent Koscielny received lower ratings.

Medicine Mooy hurt in Huddersfield win
Author: 0 Mooy hurt in Huddersfield win

Mooy provided the assists for both Steve Mounie goals against their rivals as Huddersfield romped to a 4-1 triumph . Aaron Mooy was the provider for Mounie's goals - a header from a free kick in the 27th minute and a steered finish in the 66th - but his game ended early when he was carried off the field on a stretcher with a left knee injury.

Author: 0 Turkish military says another soldier killed in Syria

Earlier, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that the helicopter was downed in southern province of Hatay and that losses such as this incident were expected to happen in battle time. "We might lose a helicopter, but they'll pay the price for this", he said in Istanbul. The UN official highlighted "reports of civilians including children being killed and injured as a result of airstrikes and ground-based strikes" by the Turkish army in the Syrian Kurdistan (Rojava) enclave of ...

Medicine Westminster dog show 2018 schedule
Author: 0 Westminster dog show 2018 schedule

An English springer spaniel named Mia and a Pomeranian named Kenzi elicited laughs when they paused at the top of a ramp to check out the crowd, reports the wire service. It's the first time at Westminster for the Doberman, owned by Steve Garcia of Massapequa. That led to agility, scent work and a therapy-dog certification.

Author: 0 Short Term Look - Brookdale Senior Living Inc. (BKD)

About 1.67 million shares traded or 180.64% up from the average. Plains All American Pipeline, L.P. (NYSE:PAA) has risen 11.50% since February 8, 2017 and is uptrending. Brookdale Senior Living has $44 highest and $13.0 lowest target. Brookdale Senior Living Inc (NYSE:BKD)'s ATR-14 is at 0.39, while its weekly volatility is at 5.98% and monthly volatility is at 3.87%.

Medicine OxyContin Maker Cuts Sales Force
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A pharmacist holds prescription painkiller OxyContin, 40mg pills, made by Purdue Pharma L.D.at a local pharmacy, in Provo, Utah, U.S., April 25, 2017. Purdue Pharma will no longer target USA doctors in its efforts to sell OxyContin, a prescription opioid whose overprescription fueled America's opioid crisis - and made billions for Purdue's founding family.

Medicine Man Critically Wounded In Stabbing; Cops Respond To Fights During Eagles Parade
Author: 0 Man Critically Wounded In Stabbing; Cops Respond To Fights During Eagles Parade

The Eagles are in a great position, with the team now experiencing what it takes to be successful, any future success they achieve will have a more normal feeling rather than seeming completely new. The father of three then details all that he has to be thankful for in his life, including his teammates, fans, family and friends. The ageless Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady and Eagles backup quarterback, Nick Foles dueled it out on the biggest stage, competing to become world champions and ...

Medicine Nassar relocated to high security penitentiary in Tucson, AZ
Author: 0 Nassar relocated to high security penitentiary in Tucson, AZ

Some of the most well-known Olympic gymnasts in recent history, are among the victims, such as Simone Biles and Aly Raisman. He's starting the 60-year federal prison term for child pornography crimes. A man who tried to attack former sports doctor Larry Nassar in a MI courtroom is thanking people who donated $31,000 online but says he doesn't want the money.

Medicine Las Vegas shooter had anti-anxiety medicine in system, autopsy says
Author: 0 Las Vegas shooter had anti-anxiety medicine in system, autopsy says

The autopsy record was one of 58 that another judge ordered the Clark County coroner's office to release last week to the AP and Review-Journal. Paddock also was listed in the report as having hypertensive cardiovascular disease. Police found 23 rifles and a handgun in his suite, with some rifles fitted to fire like fully automatic weapons. The report will not be released to other media until Monday to comply with the court order, Kulin said.