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Medicine UN calls for independent investigation into Gaza clashes
Author: 0 UN calls for independent investigation into Gaza clashes

Guterres call for a probe came as the Security Council convened an emergency meeting at the request of Kuwait , this month's chair, so its members could be briefed on the deadly incidents. "Bad actors who use protests as a cover to incite violence endanger innocent lives", added Walter Miller, an adviser at Washington's United Nations mission.

Medicine Severe Bleeding Could Come From Using Synthetic Pot, Says Health Department
Author: 0 Severe Bleeding Could Come From Using Synthetic Pot, Says Health Department

Anyone who has used the products and are experiencing unexplained bleeding or bruising should be taken to the hospital immediately or should call 911. Researches from universities in the Netherlands and Germany found that users of synthetic marijuana were more likely to feel incapacitated, compared with regular weed, even if the high was relatively similar.

Medicine England's Hales replaces Warner in IPL Sunrisers squad
Author: 0 England's Hales replaces Warner in IPL Sunrisers squad

The left-handed opener repeatedly said he was taking "full responsibility for my part" in the controversy, which saw Australian cricketer Cameron Bancroft use sandpaper to alter the condition of the ball during the third Test against South Africa in Newlands, Cape Town.

Medicine March 29, 2018 Weather Forecast
Author: 0 March 29, 2018 Weather Forecast

Have a good weekend! The second graphic included in the post, which the weather service noted was 'not overwhelming in its expression of confidence for Days 6,7 (Monday-Tuesday)', does hint that several inches of snow are "possible" in parts of eastern PA and northwestern New Jersey.

Medicine Farmers to plant more soybeans than corn for first time in decades
Author: 0 Farmers to plant more soybeans than corn for first time in decades

The declining popularity of corn and soybeans , predicted Thursday by the US government, may mean wheat , cotton and other commodities literally regain ground they've lost in recent years. On-farm stocks were 855 million bushels, up 28% from past year, and off-farm stocks totaled 1.252 billion bushels, up 17%. Japan, the world's biggest corn buyer, is expected to see imports remain high on the back of ample global supply and strong domestic feed demand.

Medicine Researchers may know why your knuckles make a sound when the crack
Author: 0 Researchers may know why your knuckles make a sound when the crack

Some people thoroughly enjoy the cathartic experience of popping or cracking their knuckles, enjoying the sensation of flexing their muscles to the point that their joints make an audible noise. The knuckle is filled with synovial fluid , which reduces friction and helps keep joints lubricated. Dr Greg Kawchuk from the University of Alberta , a coauthor of the 2015 study, welcomed the new research.

Medicine Karnataka Police arrest Postcard News editor Mahesh Hegde for spreading fake news
Author: 0 Karnataka Police arrest Postcard News editor Mahesh Hegde for spreading fake news

Satish Kumar said in a statement. In this connection, a woman had filed a complaint with the Sanjayanagar police against the owner of the website, the writer, and those who had shared the article on social media. Minister of State for Skill Development Anantkumar Hegde took to his Twitter account to shower his anger at the Karnataka government. Postcard news is a controversial website which usually carries stories that glorify Modi and his right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party.

Medicine We Will Make Nigeria Better - Buhari Assures Nigerians At Tinubu Colloquium
Author: 0 We Will Make Nigeria Better - Buhari Assures Nigerians At Tinubu Colloquium

Someone is writing letters these days, a letter of politics as if they have never been there before. He said although the country and its people are faced with challenges, the government is seeking to improve the ways and means of the collective existence of Nigerians as he stressed that his administration hopes to construct a nation were leaders no longer rule by will but according to the law for the betterment of the people.

Medicine Judiciary-Govt bonhomie 'death knell' for democracy: Justice J Chelameswar
Author: 0 Judiciary-Govt bonhomie 'death knell' for democracy: Justice J Chelameswar

Justice Chelameswar referred to the "unhappy experience" where the Government sat tight over the files even after the Collegium recommends names for appointment in the higher judiciary . We both are mutual watchdogs, so to say, not mutual admirers, much less constitutional cohorts. Justice Chelameswar, in his letter written on March 21, cautioned that "the bonhomie between the judiciary and the government in any state sounds the death knell to democracy".

Author: 0 Suggestions before Buy or Sell action Celgene Corporation (CELG)

A volume "spike" where volume is way more than normal-5 to 10 times (or more) average volume (for that time or period) for example-could indicate the end of a trend. This is a longer-term gauge verse the historical strength. The RSI oscillates between 0 and 100. If the RSI drops below 30 the stock is considered to be oversold and may become undervalued.

Medicine Delhi-Airport chaos: Power-banks, snags misplace thousands of bags, delay flights
Author: 0 Delhi-Airport chaos: Power-banks, snags misplace thousands of bags, delay flights

Owing to the constant struggle by airlines to deliver the baggage to passengers on time after landing, today's system failure led to chaos among scores of passengers as they couldn't find their bags in place. "This has addressed the instances of passengers sending their baggage with prohibited items on the BHS and hence the issue is now under control", the spokesperson added.

Medicine Study identifies potential genetic link in sudden infant death syndrome
Author: 0 Study identifies potential genetic link in sudden infant death syndrome

These mutations are rare but have been linked to a number of conditions including life-threatening pauses in breathing and vocal cord spasms that make breathing hard. "While there are drug treatments for children and adults with genetic neuromuscular disorders caused by SCN4A gene mutations, it is unclear whether these treatments would reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, and further research is essential before these findings can become relevant to treatment", said Professor ...

Medicine Drug Overdose Death Rates In The US Are Rising Everywhere, CDC Says
Author: 0 Drug Overdose Death Rates In The US Are Rising Everywhere, CDC Says

Dr. Robert Redfield Jr. made the comments at a staff meeting of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta on Thursday. Drug overdoses killed 63,632 Americans in 2016. The majority of those deaths, due to opioids and per capita, West Virginia and New Hampshire have the highest rates of opioid related deaths. The prescription opioid-related overdose death rate increased by 10.6 percent.

Medicine Vermont Secretary of State does not support citizenship question on 2020 census
Author: 0 Vermont Secretary of State does not support citizenship question on 2020 census

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed a lawsuit on Tuesday seeking to block the question from being included. In light of the current administration's significant pushback against immigrants, especially Muslims and other people of color, the census could become a divisive, politically charged exercise which, due to an omission of some members of these groups, would represent some classes of residents more than others and, in effect, undermine the very democracy that it was meant ...

Medicine What Are Phthalates? Dining Out 'Raises Level of Chemicals Linked to Cancer'
Author: 0 What Are Phthalates? Dining Out 'Raises Level of Chemicals Linked to Cancer'

They analysed the links between what people ate and the levels of phthalate found in their urine after. Researchers investigating levels of phthalates in the human body, which have been linked to asthma , breast cancer, type 2 diabetes and fertility issues in the past few years, were found to be almost 35% higher in participants who had eaten out the previous day compared with those who stayed at home.

Medicine Man arrested for disturbing the peace
Author: 0 Man arrested for disturbing the peace

On that date, Ogden was unable to produce identification at the vehicle stop. During his arrest, police say Dodson bit an officer while violently resisting arrest. The suspect got into a confrontation with the four responding officers and that's when all four officers fired shots at the suspect. There is no word on how both the suspect and officer were injured.

Medicine Hope they get a second chance, says Darren Lehmann
Author: 0 Hope they get a second chance, says Darren Lehmann

Tim Paine will lead the side in the fourth Test here. Darren Lehmann has announced that he will step down from his role as head coach of Australian cricket team. "We've had a lot of highs along the way and played some really exciting cricket". "It's been a wonderful experience", he said. Watching axed captain Steve Smith break down repeatedly at a news conference on his return to Australia removed any final doubts about quitting, he said.