Health Care

by | April 30, 2017 | 01:49

As mentioned earlier, there will be a lot of energy in the atmosphere before the cold front arrives, so any storms that fire up during the afternoon could very well turn severe. Oklahoma residents in the central and eastern parts of the state should also be on the lookout for flash floods, according to the National Weather Service.

by | April 30, 2017 | 01:42

According to locals, some people survived by swimming towards the bank at their own, while others were helped by police and people that had gathered after the incident. During the meeting, 16,000 small boats have also been identified, which are running illegally across the state. Search operation being carried out after a jetty collapsedat Bhadreswar in West Bengal on Wednesday.

by | April 30, 2017 | 01:34

TUESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and cool temperatures will be around with a low temperature of 46 degrees. In the Chicago area, even higher levels of rain are possible with severe thunderstorms. Partly sunny, with a high near 85. A high of 20 Celsius with a UV index of 6 or high. Overnight lows will drop to either side of 50 degrees. Wind will shift to the northwest behind the front at speeds of 15 to 25 miles per hour.

by | April 28, 2017 | 01:36

Adkins said. "In 2005, only 28 percent of drivers tested positive for drugs after dying in a crash". Traffic fatalities are also on the rise, which has been attributed to an improved economy and more distracted and drugged driving. Marijuana can increase crash risk by 22 to 36 percent, according to studies cited in the report. Hedlund said testing for alcohol is pretty straightforward - an officer looks for signs of drinking and can confirm the presence of alcohol with a breath test.

by | April 24, 2017 | 05:31

Make no mistake. April made history, because YouTube tells us her channel is the second most live-viewed ever. You can continue to follow April at the zoo's website . The Animal Adventure Park had previous said that it would take the stream down five days after April's birth. The zoo said earlier this week the number of emails the Animal Adventure Park received from viewers were causing its servers to be bogged down, and interfere with operations.

by | April 22, 2017 | 02:11

And it said that after a raid on MS-13 members in the Bay Area, "city officials seemed more concerned with reassuring illegal immigrants that the raid was unrelated to immigration than with warning other MS-13 members that they were next". Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Both the city and county support legal efforts challenging Trump's executive order on sanctuary cities. The Justice Department ramped up its threat to so-called "sanctuary cities" on Friday: Fork over immigration ...

by | April 22, 2017 | 02:10

The number of Coloradans participating in the labor force this year has increased 59,200, total employment increased 79,500 and the number of unemployed decreased 20,300. Over the year, Trade, Transportation and Utilities gained 2,400 (+0.4%) jobs. Beijing aims to create more than 11 million jobs this year, 1 million more than last year's target, according to this year's government work report .

by | April 18, 2017 | 02:44

As for India - which is on course to greatly increase its energy demand in coming years as electrification reaches more and more of the country's vast population - it, too, is moving to address climate change. "It's a bad deal for America", Mr Pruitt continued. The White House is expected to announce their decision on the Paris deal at the G-7 meeting in Italy at the end of May.

by | April 16, 2017 | 02:38

There are reports the superstar singer split from her husband of five years shortly after giving birth to their son. Past year the star announced that she was delaying her Unbreakable tour because she and her husband were "planning our family".

by | April 16, 2017 | 02:32

The second-year shortstop, who signed a six-year, $25 million contract with the Sox during spring training, said he draws inspiration from Robinson and in turn wants to inspire children from Chicago. Now 94, Rachel Robinson is traveling from the East Coast to attend the unveiling, along with daughter Sharon and son David . My family watched every movie there was about Jackie Robinson .

by | April 14, 2017 | 15:13

British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson will call for new sanctions on Russian Federation if it does not cut ties with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad following an escalation of the conflict in Syria, the Times reported Monday. A chemical weapons attack, likely launched by Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhoun on Tuesday, is first and foremost yet another horrific war crime in a country that has been devastated by civil war.

by | April 10, 2017 | 02:24

Let's just hope she doesn't keep us waiting until May or later! The live stream of April and her impending delivery is still a popular attraction on many web sites. In a Facebook post Friday, they expected April to give birth soon, and they would be "shocked" if she went through the weekend without giving birth.

by | April 09, 2017 | 04:15

Although both chambers are keeping a tight lid on spending at a time when tax collections are coming in slow even as the demand for services grows larger. Republicans revisited other issues through the budget bill, such as defunding any state public universities that engage in the trafficking of "aborted baby body parts", a reference to the 2015 controversy over debunked videos that allegedly showed Planned Parenthood employees discussing the sale of body parts.

by | April 05, 2017 | 02:26

Items from the store will be moved to its other NY stores. Ralph Lauren opened the flagship in mid-2014 after signing a lease the year before for a 15-year term that set the yearly rent at $25 million, real estate sources said. The company's margins have also taken a knock as department stores discount heavily to get rid of excess inventory. Ralph Lauren shares fell almost 4 percent Tuesday to $78.22.

by | April 04, 2017 | 04:58

The town of Churu in Rajasthan was the hottest with a temperature of 42.4 degree Celsius. With mercury at 46.5°C, it is more than 7 degrees Celsius above normal for the city. "When the temperature (at Bhira) was reported to be 46.5 degrees Celsius, we realised that something is wrong as no other place nearby recorded so high a temperature", said S G Kamble, divisional in-charge of Regional Meteorological Department at Colaba in Mumbai.

by | April 04, 2017 | 04:54

It was very surprising that when they injected this venom into lab mice, it remained painless. An analysis of the venom found three venom components - a neuropeptide that occurs in cone snail venom, a lipase similar to one from scorpions, and an opioid peptide.

by | April 03, 2017 | 03:15

Ground could still be saturated in some areas, putting some trees at risk in case of strong straight-line wind or tornado activity. Risky severe thunderstorms with tornadoes, large hail and damaging wind gusts will pound the South Sunday-Monday ahead of a strong jet stream disturbance pivoting across the region.

by | March 31, 2017 | 02:01

LGBT advocates and their allies say the new proposal isn't a compromise at all-they're actually calling it HB 2.0. Hudson Taylor, the executive director of Athlete Ally - an LGBT organization dedicated to defeating homophobia and transphobia through sports - viewed the compromised HB142 as more of a PR stunt and said the bill was the equivalent of legislatures "punting the ball" until 2020.

by | March 30, 2017 | 01:49

PTSD can happen when someone has experienced a traumatic event where they felt their life, or the life of another person, was in danger. Professor Emily Holmes, a neuroscientist in Sweden's Karolinska Institutet, led the study. The study was carried out on 71 patients admitted to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford. Along with a team at the University of Oxford, she used Tetris therapy on patients admitted to the emergency room in a state of shock after auto accidents.

by | March 30, 2017 | 01:42

She said her daughter might be "looking at plastic surgery". "The Borax is an acid and so the acid can burn the hands and topically can cause a significant burn", said Dr. It left blisters on her hands. "Just because you have it around, just because it seems to be perfectly safe for those types of applications doesn't mean it should be used in anything else, particularly household slime", Dickerson said in a Consumer Reports news video earlier this month.

by | March 30, 2017 | 01:40

Cheryl Lee, administrator at Clinton County Health Department , attributed the county's overall health ranking in part to the formation of the Clinton Health Improvement Coalition in partnership with St. The locally produced Community Health Needs Assessment, which utilized both publicly available statistics and community input to reach its conclusions, echoed some of the same concerns as the health rankings.

by | March 25, 2017 | 00:48

It was just a few days earlier, on December 1, that Welch had learned of the conspiracy theory that had come to be known as "Pizzagate", which involved the unfounded rumors of pedophilia supposedly perpetrated by Hillary and Bill Clinton, as well as others in the Democratic Party.

by | March 24, 2017 | 02:59

Both bills call for taxing marijuana at $50 per ounce, wholesale level, plus the standard IL sales tax rate. Based on sales of recreational marijuana in Colorado, the Marijuana Policy Project , a national advocacy group, estimates sales in IL could generate between about $350 million and $700 million per year in IL.

by | March 23, 2017 | 01:48

The disclosure comes after more optimistic signs from the company, which has been working on a turnaround under Chief Executive Officer Eddie Lampert. "The Sears Canada operation runs separately from Sears U.S. All our plans regarding Sears 2.0, Initium [its new digital strategy], etc. go on as always".

by | March 22, 2017 | 00:46

She told Johnson her daughter had been missing since Sunday and showed him images taken from the video of the alleged assault. The girl's mother, Stacey Elkins, said the video showed her daughter in various stages of undress with several young men.

by | March 20, 2017 | 00:50

It topped the previous March opening weekend record of 166 million USA dollars set by " Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice " past year and also the seventh largest opening weekend ever. "You see all the colours of the character, from the lovable rogue to the buffoon to the jealous, revengeful sort of monster that he becomes by the end of the movie", says Evans.

by | March 19, 2017 | 01:05

North Korea has questioned the Malaysian investigation into the murder and refused to acknowledge that the man murdered is Kim Jong-nam. A US lawmaker's move to introduce legislation calling for redesignating North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism reflects the USA legislature's "bipartisan" stance against a provocative North Korea, a Seoul official said Saturday.

by | March 09, 2017 | 00:41

One factor is the higher percentage now of unpartnered people, who tend to have less sex than partnered ones. "Indeed, the so-called "partnered advantage" in sexual frequency has been rapidly diminishing in recent years". The ubiquity of electronic distraction does not help, she added. And there's been a far, far bigger drop in the amount of sex people have if they have at least two years of college education, which correlates with those who tend to get married later in life.

by | March 04, 2017 | 01:01

Other fast-food chicken sandwiches tested by Marketplace at Trent University's Wildlife Forensic DNA Lab stacked up more favorably, sparking the ire of Subway. Wednesday night Subway responded condemning the news report. "The sandwich chain called the report false and misleading", and said it sent samples to two labs that found only one percent was soy.

by | March 03, 2017 | 00:59

David Priest, medical director for infection prevention at Novant Health. No pediatric deaths have been reported this season. Sixteen more people died from complications of the flu in North Carolina last week, making it the deadliest week this flu season as the prevalence of the viral illness continues to increase.

by | March 01, 2017 | 00:40

Furthermore, "trends in young people are a bellwether for the future disease burden", Siegel said . "Some of the behaviors that are thought to drive the obesity epidemic, like a more sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy dietary patterns, are also independent risk factors for colorectal cancer", Siegel told KCBS.

by | February 28, 2017 | 00:55

This is part of the "female athlete triad", which also includes osteoporosis and disordered eating. Men who push themselves with high intensity exercise reach a " tipping point " at which they are too exhausted to have sex - or are just not interested.

by | February 26, 2017 | 00:59

More than 33,000 people died from opioids in 2015 , and the CDC noted almost 500,000 people between 2000 to 2015 have suffered related deaths. In 2010, 29% of fatal overdoses involved so-called "natural" and "semisynthetic" opioids (morphine, oxycodone), while only about 12% involved methadone, a "synthetic" opioid.

by | February 25, 2017 | 00:41

Inside Story - What happens to global support for two-state solution? I thought for a while the two-state looked like it may be the easier of the two. The logic here is that along with Egypt and Jordan, which already have peace agreements with Israel, this will create irresistible pressure on the Palestinians to succumb to a peace deal dictated by Israel.

by | February 19, 2017 | 00:43

With funding from the National Institutes of Health, researchers from the global ENIGMA ADHD Working Group embarked on what they said is the largest study performed on brain differences in people with and without ADHD. The regions which had a reduced volume were the amygdala, the hippocampus, the nucleus accumbens, the putamen and the caudate nucleus. The first author, geneticist Martine Hoogman of Radboud University in the Netherlands, said the amygdala "is a structure that is not ...

by | February 18, 2017 | 00:55

Many states across the country have reported dozens of people hospitalized with the flu. Bottom line: get that shot if you haven't already because avoiding that trip to the doctor is nothing to sneeze at. Children under 5, adults 65 and older, pregnant women and those with serious health conditions, such as asthma, heart or lung disease, are most at risk.

by | February 17, 2017 | 00:46

Nearly 42 million people in seven provinces voted to elect various levels of people's representatives to serve for a period of five years. It is incumbent Governor Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama's first electoral test as head of Jakarta. Purnama had secured 43.08% of the votes, just ahead of Baswedan on 40.14%, based on a quick sample count of about 95% of the vote by private polling firm SMRC.

by | February 12, 2017 | 01:00

The duo was present to launch the Congress-SP alliance's common minimum programme. Talking about Modi's warning in Uttarakhand on Saturday that he had everyone's horoscopes, Gandhi said that it might be the Prime Minister's favourite pastime and that he should continue to google.

by | February 09, 2017 | 00:44

The latest video in Live Action's new investigative series of Planned Parenthood reveals the company rewards its centers with pizza parties for meeting abortion sales quotas - and institutes a "corrective action plan" when they don't. But quotas for abortions? One of President Trump's pro-life promises during his campaign was that he will defund Planned Parenthood as long as it continues to commit abortions.

by | February 05, 2017 | 01:53

Demonstrators rallied in New York, Washington , and Boston. They tell the Muslim world that the United States has friends and interests elsewhere; fearless Iraqis and others from the targeted nations who risked their lives to assist US counterterror efforts are now being told to go fend for themselves.

by | February 05, 2017 | 01:49

In health news, a majority of the country is dealing with outbreaks of the flu. The Department of Public Health says flu activity in Iowa, and most of the nation, is now classified as "widespread" and that all four strains covered by this year's vaccine have been reported in the state.

by | February 02, 2017 | 00:43

That year, National Wear Red Day was born. To raise awareness, the AHA is encouraging communities and businesses to wear red Friday to to start a conversation and act as spokespeople for the cause. 80 percent of heart disease and stroke events may be prevented by lifestyle changes and education. Knowing these numbers can help women and their healthcare provider determine their risk for developing cardiovascular diseases.

by | January 29, 2017 | 01:13

Judges and music talent have been announced for this year's Miss Universe Contest airing live from the Philippines on Sunday, January 29 at 7 p.m. on FOX. How will Maxine Medina fare in this year's swimwear segment of Miss Universe 2016? She represented Nigeria at Miss World pageant in 2015. Miss Universe is an annual worldwide beauty pageant organise by the Miss Universe Organisation.

by | January 26, 2017 | 00:46

It added: "Ripple wrote out his demand note in front of his wife Remedios Ripple and told her he'd rather be in jail than at home". A Kansas man has pleaded guilty to robbing a Kansas City bank last fall, in a odd case that has left authorities scratching their heads.

by | January 26, 2017 | 00:46

He became the first quarterback in National Football League history to throw for more than 390 yards in two different conference-championship games, having already done so in 2013 against the San Francisco 49ers. People have been calling for Tomlin's head ever since he arrived in Pittsburgh . Meanwhile, Tomlin said he was aware of soreness in star running back Le'Veon Bell's groin that Bell eventually injured in the first quarter of the loss to the Patriots.

by | January 06, 2017 | 00:56

Michael Stacey, MD, MPH, in a statement. Ehresmann noted that this year's flu vaccine appears to be a good match for the viruses circulating. This season's flu, the H3N2 strain, is known for more severe illness and deaths and is the one that struck in 2014-15, said Paul Throne, a state Department of Health spokesman.

by | January 06, 2017 | 00:56

Stunning and tragic news emerged from South Africa on Wednesday morning as former pro golfer Wayne Westner was found shot dead on the Kwa-Zulu Natal Coast. Westner won 14 professional events in his career, including two on the European Tour and the South African Open in 1988 and 1991, as well as the 1996 World Cup of Golf with Ernie Es.

by | January 05, 2017 | 01:38

New York's fire department reported at 10 a.m. that at least 76 people had suffered injuries, though none were life-threatening. One of the passengers caught up in the incident said that it was her impression that the train was travelling faster than usual as it approached the terminal.

by | January 04, 2017 | 00:43

We went downtown Colorado Springs on a mission to find out what locals are saying they have planned for New Year's resolutions. "Resolutions need to be easier", she states. Just increase activity daily doing something that you like, instead of struggling through a workout that you hate (you won't stick with it.) Take a 15 minute walk in the fresh air.

by | January 01, 2017 | 00:52

Last month, Gergel ruled that Roof was competent to stand trial. The competency hearing will take place Monday, and Gergel will make the ruling from the bench. Roof's standby counsel made the motion based on "facts developed since the competency hearing held on November 21-22", the order states. In the order, Gergel announced his appointment of James Ballenger, a Charleston-based forensic psychologist, to conduct a competency evaluation on Roof over the New Year's holiday weekend.