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Painkillers Turned a British Man Gay


He said that he noticed that his attraction for women kind of subsided and he was willing to get male attention. Before taking the medicine, Prudy had a solid girlfriend for six months. To contain the pain, his doctor prescribed pregabalin, a medication known under the brand name Lyrica. Scott is unemployed and now lives with his housemate in Louth, Lincolnshire. Read More »

AP family claims Surat girl to be daughter


The couple is from Prakasam district of Andhra Pradesh and has claimed their daughter went missing on October 2017, said police. "Only after we get the DNA test reports, it would be confirmed", Surat Police Commissioner Satish Sharma told reporters. Read More »

Is it Time for a Financial Check: Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY)


TASTAD CAROLYN M sold $152,724 worth of stock or 1,935 shares. Neos Therapeutics, Inc. (NASDAQ:NEOS) has risen 12.33% since April 17, 2017 and is uptrending. It also reduced its holding in Goldcorp Inc New (NYSE:GG) by 92,000 shares in the quarter, leaving it with 68,000 shares, and cut its stake in Marathon Oil Corp (NYSE:MRO). Read More »

Media houses fined Rs. 10L for revealing Kathua victim's identity


The case is related to brutal gang rape of an eight-year-old, following murder by eight people in the Kathua district of Jammu and Kashmir. All of the eight accused are under arrest. They (police) may file a supplementary charge sheet. There was heavy police presence at the Kathua complex following the tension on April 9 when members of the local bar association did not allow the Crime Branch to submit its chargesheet in the case. Read More »

Abby Lee Miller nearly died from spinal infection — Surgeon


Melamed went on to say that they did a CT scan on Abby Lee Miller , where they found out that there is an infection that had spread from her neck down to her lower back. However, Abby Lee, who was recently released from prison, is now able to move her toes, arms, and feel touches from the doctor today before undergoing surgery. Read More »

Abbott Laboratories Earnings Top Views On Solid Organic Sales


NYSE: ABT traded up $0.53 on Tuesday, reaching $59.80. About 5.60M shares traded. Nadler Fincl has invested 0.21% in Abbott Laboratories (NYSE: ABT ). Natl Bank Of The West owns 1,093 shares. 3,984 are held by Blue Financial Cap. The company reported the earnings of $0.74/Share in the last quarter where the estimated EPS by analysts was $0.73/share. Read More »

Buhari appoints Keyamo as spokesman for 2019 presidential election


In a tweet today, Keyamo revealed the appointment letter dated 16 April, 2018, appointing him as Buhari's spokesman for the 2019 presidential election. The president only just recently announced his long-awaited intention decision to run for re-election in 2019. Keyamo was on Monday appointed as the Director, Strategic Communications in a letter signed by Rotimi Amaechi , the Director General of Buhari's campaign. Read More »

Execução de Marielle Franco completa um mês sem elucidação


E que eles [os investigadores] têm caminhado bastante. A afirmação foi dada por Rivaldo Barbosa, chefe da Polícia Civil, em entrevista a uma rádio de notícias carioca na manhã desta terça (17). O assistente de um vereador que deu depoimento à Polícia Civil foi assassinado no último domingo (8). Marielle e Anderson assassinados dentro do carro numa rua do bairro do Estácio, na zona norte do Rio, perto das 21 e 30 do dia 14 de Março. Read More »

Monthly dose of a new antibody may halve migraine attacks


After 12 weeks, the proportion of patients achieving ≥50% reduction in monthly migraine days (MMD) was 30.3% in those treated with erenumab compared to 13.7% in those taking placebo (OR [95% CI]: 2.73 [1.43, 5.19]; p=0.002). After three months, those treated with erenumab were nearly three times as likely to have fewer days with migraine pain, compared to people who'd only gotten the placebo. Read More »

Inspectors Now Allowed at Syria Chemical Attack Site After Russian Delays


Until Saturday, Douma was the last rebel-held town near Damascus , and the target of a government offensive in February and March that killed hundreds and displaced tens of thousands. Sharp claimed to interview Syrian residents, but he was only allowed to these places by the Syrian government, which calls transparency into question. Read More »

Carson Wentz Happy With Recovery, Looking To Play Week 1


The former North Dakota State star acknowledged that despite his close friendship with backup Nick Foles , watching Foles lead Wentz's team to the first Super Bowl title in franchise history was hard. Carson did say he hopes to be ready for the National Football League season opener, which is Sept 6. - Foles will still be in the lineup. "We're excited to go back to Philly.I don't know what my career holds from here on out". Read More »

How coffee gives the heart a regular beat


Based on a comprehensive review of studies examining the impact of caffeinated beverages on cardiac rhythm, there was no evidence that drinking moderate amounts of coffee or tea triggered Afib and ventricular arrhythmias, according to Peter Kistler, MBBS, PhD, of the Alfred Heart Centre in Melbourne, and colleagues. Read More »

First double face transplant patient 'well' in France


His first transplanted face was removed a year ago after signs of rejection following a treatment with an incompatible antibiotic, and he remained in hospital for two months without a face while doctors frantically searched for a compatible donor. Read More »

Pandemonium in Abuja as Police, El-Zakzaky's supporters clash


The Unity Fountain, a major landmark in Abuja and a public green park now frequented by protesting groups, was seen to be heavily manned by the police operatives carrying out the official order before the violence erupted. This eventually led to resistance from the protesters who in retaliation threw stones at the police patrol vehicle. "The FCT Police Command hereby warn members of Shiites movement from further disrupting the peace, harmony and free flow of traffic in FCT". Read More »

As nation's drug deaths increase, so do organ donations


In a study published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine , researchers from Johns Hopkins University set out to glean how opioid use has changed the prospects for transplant recipients and whether these parting gifts from drug abusers were being well used. Read More »

India lodges protests with Pakistan for inciting Sikh pilgrims


He said: "Pakistan welcomes Hindu and Sikh pilgrims from all over the world, including India". Acting on the emotionally charged environment and the possibility of any untoward situation, the organisers contacted the Indian High Commission and suggested cancellation of the visit. Read More »

Bristol-Myers has Farther to Fall

Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE: BMY ) last released its quarterly earnings results on Thursday, January 26th. It has underperformed by 0.18% the S&P500. Three research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, twelve have issued a hold rating and nine have given a buy rating to the company. Therefore 72% are positive. Read More »

Celgene (NASDAQ:CELG) Shares Sold by Eagle Asset Management Inc

Gogo Inc. (NASDAQ:GOGO) has declined 18.49% since April 17, 2017 and is downtrending. It has outperformed by 0.27% the S&P500. ( CELG ) by 175.63% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. Pictet & Cie Europe Sa decreased Select Sector Spdr Tr (XLF) stake by 29,036 shares to 746,198 valued at $20.83 million in 2017Q4. It also reduced Netflix Inc (NASDAQ:NFLX) stake by 2,000 shares and now owns 81,900 shares. Read More »

New viruses found in New York City's house mice


The mice appeared to be healthy, and Dr. Lipkin said he presumes that they are carriers of the bacteria but are not affected by them. The critters Lipkin's group studied did not seem be affected by their infections, so it's possible that at least some mice may be able to tolerate the bugs and act as carriers for the bacteria, spreading them from building to building as they travel throughout a city like NY. Read More »

Concentric Wealth Management LLC Reduces Stake in AbbVie Inc. (NYSE:ABBV)

Scopia Capital Management Lp who had been investing in Netflix Inc for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $143.11 billion market cap company. W. R. Grace & Co had 32 analyst reports since August 3, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. The firm has "Buy" rating by Cowen & Co given on Friday, January 26. Read More »

Coli outbreak linked to chopped romaine, CDC says


The recall was announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service on Saturday. So far 35 cases of E. coli illness in 11 states have been reported and linked to the outbreak. Those at particular risk include very young children and the elderly. DPH said while no one has fallen ill from tainted lettuce in DE yet, dozens have been sickened in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia. Read More »

Kathua rape: Jammu Bar Association faces flak


The minor girl, aged about eight years, was abducted, raped and murdered in the Kathua district of Jammu region in January this year. Lawyer Deepika Singh Rajawat told the court that she had been threatened with rape and death for taking up the case. Read More »

Baboons Escape Texas Research Facility


For those anxious about how exactly they captured the naughty baboons, John Bernal, DVM, attending veterinarian at SNPRC, explains. Our animal capture team and entire animal care team acted diligently to locate, secure and account for all four baboons. Read More »

Syria chemical attack: Investigators allowed to visit site


The comments were his first since the US, Britain, and France launched more than a hundred missiles against sites linked to his regime's chemical and biological warfare operations. Responding to the airstrikes, Putin on Saturday condemned what he called "an attack on Syria". But Johnson stressed the "overwhelming purpose" of the mission was a response to a series of chemical attacks in recent years. Read More »

China posts better-than-expected 6.8% growth in Q1


The pace of growth matched the previous quarter's rate. The first-quarter economic performance has set a good foundation for the full year, although worldwide uncertainties are increasing and domestic development remains uneven, the National Bureau of Statistics said . Read More »

Party drug ketamine has 'fast-acting benefits' for depression


All were treated with anti-depressants throughout the trial, with half given esketamine - part of the ketamine molecule - twice a week for four weeks. If approved for use on the NHS, Stone said, the spray "would be aimed at people with severe depression as a second or third line of treatment if other drugs haven't worked", including as a potential alternative to electroconvulsive therapy. Read More »