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Belgian tourist killed in NY terror attack was 'most lovely mum'


The others killed in the attack were from the United States and Argentina, said police, who identified the American victims as Darren Drake, 32, of New Milford, New Jersey, and Nicholas Cleves, 23, of NY. He added that her mother and sisters were "happily unharmed". "This loss is unbearable and unthinkable", Naessens told the newspaper. The Argentine foreign ministry has identified its citizens killed in the attack. Read More »

Kildare men asked to grow mustaches for Movember


Movember is the leading global men's health charity, funding over 1 200 projects in 21 countries worldwide - focusing on prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health and suicide prevention. Men of African or Caribbean descent or those who have a father or brother with prostate cancer should see a doctor when they hit the age of 45. Sign up as a Mo Bro or Mo Sista. Read More »

Kamal Haasan coins 'Hindu terror', says they indulged in violence these days


The comments he wrote in the weekly column were apparently in response to a question by Pinarayi, who sought to know the effect of recent communalisation on the Tamil Dravidian tradition of peaceful co-existence. "World over, there is a move towards fascism and a leaning toward the right-wing". Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national spokesperson GVL Narasimha Rao compared actor Kamal Haasan to Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) founder Hafiz Saeed. Read More »

Company gives non-smokers additional days off to counter smoke breaks


Instead of giving out penalties for the smokers or implementing a strict rule against it, they opted to compensate its non-smoking employees with an extra six days of vacation every year. Smoking remains part of the culture and work environment in Japan, where it is common for companies to provide designated rooms for employees to smoke indoors. Read More »

Lance Stephenson Gives LeBron James a Shot To The Groin


Their only win over that span came against arguably the worst team in the National Basketball Association, the Chicago Bulls. Jae Crowder went zero for five from three, with other poor performances from LeBron James who went one for five, and Kevin Love , who went two for six from three. Read More »

PIA 'forgets' coffins in NY

He further commented that PIA Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr Musharraf Rasool had taken notice of the incident and ordered the airline to undertake all the funeral proceedings. PIA, once considered a global leader in commercial aviation until the 1970s has been plagued by controversies over recent years, as well as saddled by billions of dollars in debt. Read More »

Sourav Ganguly nicknamed Ashish Nehra 'Popat'. Yuvraj Singh reveals why


The left arm bowler from the national capital made his debut all the way back in 1999 in Test cricket against Sri Lanka, and played his last game in the longest format in 2004 against Pakistan. His run-up and a near-tumbling follow through was a treat for fans along with his animated gestures on the cricket field. "That [the photograph] was back in 2003 after he had come back from the World Cup". Read More »

How Altria Group's 3Q17 Earnings Outperformed Analyst Estimates


Market capitalization is the total market value of all of a company's outstanding shares. 64 funds opened positions while 162 raised stakes. Mitsubishi Ufj Holdings Ltd accumulated 530 shares. On Monday, May 9 the stock rating was upgraded by Argus Research to "Buy". On Thursday, July 27 the stock rating was maintained by Piper Jaffray with "Buy". Read More »

Kentucky hospitals receive an A in new safety report


Medical Park Hospital, operated by Novant Health, was graded at A for the fourth consecutive report. In Tulare County, Kaweah Delta received a "B" grade while Sierra View in Porterville got a "C". "Everyone on our team works hard to make sure those who come to us for care receive the highest level of service including care that is provided in the safest manner possible", said Margo Karsten, chief executive officer of Banner Health Northern Colorado hospitals, in the release. Read More »

This Dad's Reaction to His Newborn Getting Vaccinated is Heartwarming


What you don't see in the video is what Lee is going through. The sad twist to the story is that Lee had just learned that his own father , Anthony Lee, had died that same day. 'I let him know: "Son, I want to see you succeed before I die,"' Lee said. "I want them to ask themselves, 'Do I want to be in their lives?' [because] it's such a lovely thing". Read More »

Jaipur Mayor to send opponents of 'National Anthem, Vande Mataram' to Pak!


Staff at the civic body' zonal offices and fire stations are also expected to follow the drill soon. "If someone residing in this country wants to oppose its national anthem and national song, he is free is to do so. Lahoti said anyone not willing to sing or opposing the singing of the national anthem or song "can go to Pakistan". "Where we people are working, there cannot be a bigger positive sense than National Anthem there, there can be no bigger positive energy than that". Read More »

US Preemie Birth Rates Rise 2 Years in a Row


Using the most recent data for 2015, the March of Dimes found that 11.5 percent of all births locally are at least two weeks early. Broward got a C for its 10.3-percent rate, and Palm Beach also got a C with 9.9 percent. The report card compared preterm birth rates for counties across the state, as well as racial/ethnic disparities. Wake County got a "C" for its rate of 9.3 percent, but the report stated that the county's rate had improved. Read More »

Glasgow is the most polluted city in the UK

Glasgow nicknamed "The Dear Green Place" is the only Scottish city to fail the air quality test with 16 micrograms of annual PM2.5s. WHO's safe level is number 10 on the global platform which is measured in micrograms of particles per cubic meter of air. Read More »

Calquence wins accelerated approval for mantle cell lymphoma

AZ thinks that Calquence has a best-in-class profile that could help catapult the drug to $5bn in peak sales, but analysts appear to be more cautious, with consensus estimates around the $1bn area in five years. "Furthermore, today's approval demonstrates our commitment to scientific leadership in Oncology and reinforces our progress towards returning to growth". Read More »

US Food and Drug Administration Revokes Soy Health Claims


This move is reportedly the first of its kind made by the US regulator to revoke the health claim post approving the same earlier. In 1999, FDA approved the health claim that "25 grams of soy protein a day, as part of a diet low in saturated fat and cholesterol, may reduce the risk of heart disease". Read More »

The Kotla gets a Virender Sehwag gate


The gate has been named after Sehwag but in the achievements column, DDCA referred to Sehwag as the "only Indian batsman to score a triple hundred in Test matches". Sehwag said the gate should inspire young cricketers. When I played U-19 here, I used to cross this gate. "I feel very fortunate and would like to thank the DDCA for this honour", said Sehwag, as reported by IANS . Read More »

A Woman Is Claiming She Contracted Herpes From a Sephora Free Sample


A woman in California, US has sued a multinational cosmetics company after claiming she got an STD from using a lipstick sample at one of its stores. "I truly believe that if you walk by every makeup counter or every makeup store, they do have all the precautions to keep it clean, but there's only so much you can do because people are out there being, not to be rude, but a bit disgusting", said Garcia. Read More »

Jonathan Seeks N1bn From Metuh To Appear As Witness


Olisa Metuh. According to Punch , Jonathan also stated in his affidavit, that his lawyer, Ozekhome advised him that he could ask the court to order Metuh to pay for his travelling expenses before honouring the summon to testify. But Metuh's counsel, however, countered the explanation by asking to court to issue a warrant of arrest against the DSS DG because the explanation by Tahir showed that the DSS lacked respect for the court and are playing games with it. Read More »

Kathy Griffin Slams TMZ's Harvey Levin and Bravo's Andy Cohen


Unfortunately, her "loose canon" type of humor got her banned from numerous daytime talk shows. " Kathy doesn't give a f**k anymore and she feels like she has nothing to lose because she's pretty much lost everything, She's lost her mind!" The couple parted ways in 2008. Read More »

Drug take-back collects 3500 pounds of pills


A recent national survey related to drug use and health indicated prescription medicines were the "most abused drugs with 75 percent of those abusing pain relievers advising they obtained them from family and friends". (DEA can not accept liquids, needles or sharps.) The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the USA are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs. Read More »

Teal pumpkins spread awareness of food allergies on Halloween


To participate, you can either spray-paint a real pumpkin or download a teal pumpkin poster online, said Casandra Whiteside, the London mom who's bringing the mermaid-hued gourds to Middlesex County. Rogers says "Teal" is the color of food allergy awareness. "You can have just a little bit of an allergy towards something or it can be very risky", United Market Street's Heather Dean said. Read More »

FDA issues warning about black licorice


Glycyrrhizin also causes potassium levels in the body to drop fast, especially if you ingest it excessively. These effects include abnormal heart rhythms, high blood pressure , swelling, lethargy and even congestive heart failure. It has been used to treat such varied maladies as heartburn, stomach ulcers, bronchitis, sore throat, cough, and some infections caused by viruses, such as hepatitis. Read More »

'Padmavati': This actress will play Shahid Kapoor's first wife


It has been reported that a set of Hollywood technicians have come to make it even more impressive. "Sanjay Leela Bhansali (the director) and everybody who is at the helm of affairs need us to not really comment on it because we need to contain the situation", he said. Read More »

Meth found among Halloween trick-or-treat candy


Menominee Tribal Police are urging parents to check their children's candy if they have been trick or treating in the Keshena area on the Menominee reservation. The powder tested positive for meth. At this time, detectives believe it is an isolated incident, according to Fox11 . "We would like to make some strong moves in our community to let them know this isn't acceptable", said Washinawatok. Read More »

Tinubu at Aso Rock, denies conflict with Buhari, existence of any cabal


The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that before his meeting with Tinubu, Buhari had earlier met with the Senate President Bukola Saraki and the Speaker, House of Representatives, Dogara Yakubu. Accordingly, he said that the citizens will find happiness and development in the future in the country. The President was to host the lawmakers to dinner at the new Banquet Hall of the State House, Abuja, by 8:30p.m. Read More »

Chronic acetaminophen use during pregnancy almost doubles risk of ADHD


Researchers analyzed data on nearly 113,000 children and their parents, including 2,246 kids who were diagnosed with ADHD . In an accompanying editorial, Mark L. But the researchers acknowledged a major limitation of the study: the diagnoses were not validated in a clinic. Many people in the study also didn't report a reason for using acetaminophen. Read More »

2-year-old denied kidney transplant from father gets rushed to ER


Anthony's mother, Carmellia Burgess, said that days after testing, she received a letter from the hospital saying her son's surgery would be delayed until Dickerson complied with his parole officer after three months. Dickerson in January 2018 after receipt of his completed documentation". "And I finally got him, and he's in this situation". "Today has not been a good day for baby AJ or the family". Read More »

Find Sex Offender Not In Compliance In Pre-Halloween Check


Traditionally, the sheriff's department checks in with sex offenders on and around the Halloween holiday. Also decorate costumes with light or bright colors if possible, or trimming darker costumes with reflective tape. Every registered sex offender that lives outside of city limits in Jasper County will be getting a knock on the door Tuesday. You never know what houses some of them go to for trick or treating. Read More »

First Iowan Death Reported This Flu Season

An 81-year-old central Iowa man died as a result of flu-related virus. Dr. Quinlisk says the flu is a respiratory illness caused by viruses. Public Health Minister Lucie Charlebois noted that the vaccine is free for people considered more vulnerable to contracting the virus and developing complications. Read More »

Utah Jazz rookie Donovan Mitchell soars for incredible put-back slam


With the clock winding down on the quarter, Alec Burks put up a 3-pointer from the wing which clanged off the rim, ricocheted off the backboard, and bounded back into play, right into the waiting hand of Mitchell. He attempted six 3-pointers and shot 3 of 10 from the field overall. "Either I'll get taken up for going for the offensive board or I make it". Of course your favorite highlight is the putback jam, you brute, you philistine. Read More »

Finally, Buhari Sacks Lawal, Oke


Presidential Buhari had since replaced the ousted SGF with Mr. His law practice and the burning desire to serve the larger society conspired to attract him into politics, at various times, he was member Federal Republic of Nigeria Constituent Assembly (1988-1989), Chairman People's Solidarity Party-Gongola State (1989-1990), state chairman, Social Democratic Party-Gongola State (1990-1991); he was even a gubernatorial candidate for SDP in Adamawa state in 1991. Read More »

Surgeon detects his own cancer with iPhone ultrasound device


While Martin is not a cancer specialist, he knew enough to recognize that the dark mass he saw shouldn't be there, he told the MIT Technology Review . Butterfly is also in the process of developing deep learning AI add-on software to help with both image acquisition and interpretation by doctors, which it hopes to release next year. Read More »

Breast cancer awareness camp held in Ahmedabad


Making Strides walks raise funds to promote awareness for and to prevent breast cancer, fund innovative research and help people reduce their breast cancer risk. Early detection, including mammograms and self breast exams, offer the best chance of a cure. Men are not left out of the disease as record shows that one out of every one thousand men is diagnosed with breast cancer. Read More »