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Medicine Trump calls for strengthening background checks in wake of Fla. shooting
Author: 0 Trump calls for strengthening background checks in wake of Fla. shooting

On Tuesday, Trump referred to the shooting last week as an "evil massacre" and said his administration is "working very hard to make sense of these events". GOP leaders have drafted the legislation in response to the shootings at a Florida high school that left 17 people dead . In December, the Justice Department had announced it was reviewing whether or not bump stocks should be banned.

Medicine Cut down on those drinks: Dementia clearly linked to chronic boozing
Author: 0 Cut down on those drinks: Dementia clearly linked to chronic boozing

According to Science Daily , researchers found that 57% of early-onset dementia patients studied had chronic heavy drinking problems. Heavy drinking is defined by the World Health Organization and the European Medicines Agency as drinking at least 60 g of pure alcohol daily for men and at least 40 g for women per day, the authors explained.

Medicine Woman suffering menstrual pain claims Emirates Airlines booted her off her flight
Author: 0 Woman suffering menstrual pain claims Emirates Airlines booted her off her flight

The woman and her boyfriend were told that they must wait for a doctor to come on board in order to consult the young. Mr Moran, a barber, told The Sun: 'To be kicked off for period pains, it was madness. The World Health Organization (WHO) states that airlines "have the right to refuse to carry passengers with conditions that may worsen, or have serious consequences, during the flight".

Medicine Michigan State Overpowers Illinois 81-61
Author: 0 Michigan State Overpowers Illinois 81-61

The title is Michigan State's first since 2012. Bridges led Michigan State with 19 points, hitting 4-of-7 3-pointers. In the first meeting between these two teams, Jackson scored 21 points and corralled 11 rebounds and was disruptive with his length and ability to score from all areas of the floor.

Medicine Jo Cox's family pledge support for widower Brendan amid sex claims
Author: 0 Jo Cox's family pledge support for widower Brendan amid sex claims

Cox, who married his wife in 2009, was reported to police in MA in the U.S. in 2015 for inappropriate touching while on a trip to Harvard. Mr Cox told the Mail on Sunday , who reported in 2015 that he had stepped down from his role as chief strategist at Save the Children over inappropriate behaviour allegations, said there had been instances where his conduct had made people feel uncomfortable.

Medicine Students Killed in Fla. School Shooting Being Honored by Army
Author: 0 Students Killed in Fla. School Shooting Being Honored by Army

A Department of the Army website described the medal as "a US military decoration awarded by the Department of the Army to a JROTC cadet who performs an act of heroism". The Florida Sun Sentinel reported that about 1,500 people attended the service for the 14-year-old who was part of the female color guard team. The Medal of Heroism recognizes individuals whose performance "involved the acceptance of danger and extraordinary responsibilities", the Army told TheDCNF.

Medicine Americans fault Trump, Congress for not doing enough to prevent mass shootings
Author: 0 Americans fault Trump, Congress for not doing enough to prevent mass shootings

Congress fares worse than Trump, however, and 77% of respondents told a Washington Post-ABC survey that they strongly or somewhat agree with the idea that legislators need to do something. The shooting at the school in Parkland, Fla ., last Wednesday by 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz who used an AR-15-style rifle to gun down his former classmates, ignited the contentious debate about creating stronger background checks and barring the purchase of assault weapons.

Medicine Support for stricter gun laws at all-time high, poll shows
Author: 0 Support for stricter gun laws at all-time high, poll shows

The survey by Quinnipiac began two days after the shooting in Parkland, Florida . When broken down by political party, however, the latest results show that just 34 per cent of Republicans support stricter gun laws, compared with 86 per cent of Democrats.

Medicine Arkansas police investigate deaths of newborns found in suitcase
Author: 0 Arkansas police investigate deaths of newborns found in suitcase

The Cross County Sherriff's Office said the babies were in a purple suitcase. "I mean we have cars that drive through here all time, but I mean it's a pretty quiet road because we're outside of town". "I've heard of a lot of things, but I've never heard of nobody killing babies and putting them in a suitcase", adds Collins. She says her son, who lives in NY, heard what happened after watching the news up there.

Medicine Fergie's Rendition of the National Anthem Finally Gets an Explanation
Author: 0 Fergie's Rendition of the National Anthem Finally Gets an Explanation

She said she tried her best. While the sitcom star's rendition was purposefully very bad, Ferg really seemed to give it her all, even though the result was a complete disaster to many viewers. "Isiah Thomas told the Undefeated of Gaye's "Star-Spangled Banner" performance, "[After the game, ] it was just common knowledge that whenever you talked about the anthem, everybody just pointed to it like, 'Yeah, that was the best one that was ever done.' Not because his techniques were good - ...

Medicine Survivors of school massacre take their 'Never Again' fight to Florida capital
Author: 0 Survivors of school massacre take their 'Never Again' fight to Florida capital

Cruzs lawyers said there were many warning signs that he was mentally unstable and potentially violent. Long before authorities accused Nikolas Cruz of killing 17 people at his former high school in less than five minutes, state social workers, mental health counselors, school administrators, police and the Federal Bureau of Investigation received warnings about his declining mental state and penchant for violence.

Medicine Diplomatic missions in Myanmar want safe repatriation for Rohingyas
Author: 0 Diplomatic missions in Myanmar want safe repatriation for Rohingyas

Some, however, became stranded at the Tombru border point after Burma reportedly began building bunkers and told the refugees to leave and enter Bangladesh, which denied their entry. Gluck said the UNHCR was concerned that conditions in Rakhine state were not yet safe for voluntary returns, adding, "We urge both governments to ensure that any return is based on informed consent and takes place in safety and dignity".

Medicine Drinking Alcohol Better Than Exercise For Living Past 90, Study Claims
Author: 0 Drinking Alcohol Better Than Exercise For Living Past 90, Study Claims

The recipe for a long life includes exercising for 15 minutes a day, spending two hours on hobbies and enjoying a couple of glasses of wine, according to an ageing expert. "The more people outside of your". The coffee study's findings were that drinking four cups a coffee per day "can be part of a healthy diet in healthy people".

Medicine Scientists Are Raising Human-Sheep Hybrids for Organ Harvesting
Author: 0 Scientists Are Raising Human-Sheep Hybrids for Organ Harvesting

Nakauchi said, Human-sheep hybrids are more hard to develop than the successful rat-mice embryos. Stanford's team, which has thus far successfully transplanted pancreases into mice, is surmounted to be the first after now that they have created a human-sheep model to use.

Medicine Karnataka: PM Narendra Modi visits Shravanabelagola
Author: 0 Karnataka: PM Narendra Modi visits Shravanabelagola

Usually, flagging off of new railway projects is done by Railway Minister but this time the Prime Minister himself launched the new luxurious train. The effort of linking Jandhan accounts, Aadhaar with mobile of 320 million people has resulted in the saving of Rs 57,000 crore under the direct benefit transfer scheme.

Medicine AAA: Gasoline Prices Drop 6 Cents
Author: 0 AAA: Gasoline Prices Drop 6 Cents

And Batavia has an average price of $2.68 per gallon, which is down just one cent. It's also 35 cents higher than at this time past year, when gas was averaging $2.24 per gallon. However, warmer weather, increased travel and upcoming spring and summer holidays could also contribute to higher prices at the pump in a few months.

Medicine U.S. ambassador Nikki Haley pushes United Nations for
Author: 0 U.S. ambassador Nikki Haley pushes United Nations for "consequences" for Iran's "behavior"

The UK has drafted a UN Security Council resolution condemning Iran for violating the arms embargo on Yemen and calling for measures to address this violation, according to the text obtained by AFP on Monday. In a New York Times editorial published at the weekend, US Ambassador Nikki Haley made the case that United Nations action against Iran could help prevent a military confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia.

Medicine Pope Francis backs down in Nigerian bishop row
Author: 0 Pope Francis backs down in Nigerian bishop row

Bishop of Umuahia, Lucius Iwejuru Ugorji, has been appointed Apostolic Administrator. Dozens of priests obeyed, but not enough to restore unity to the diocese. The attitude of the priests and faithful who rejected the appointment of Mgr. In a February 14 pastoral letter, Bishop Okpaleke characterized opposition to his appointment as a "Refusal to give the Holy Spirit a chance" and announced his decision to offer his resignation.

Medicine Boko Haram Terrorists Attack Yobe Community
Author: 0 Boko Haram Terrorists Attack Yobe Community

On whether the students were abducted, he said, "We can not say, because the insurgents went into the students hostel, and many of these students scaled fence to the bushes". In April 2014, Boko Haram kidnapped more than 270 girls from a school in the north-eastern town of Chibok. Since May 2016, a further 107 have escaped, been found or released after government talks with the jihadists, leaving 112 still in captivity.