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Cannabidiol Significantly Reduces Seizures in Patients with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome

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According to the data, during the 14-week treatment period median reductions in monthly drop seizures were 37.2 percent (10 mg/kg/day dose) and 41.9 percent (20 mg/kg/day), compared with a 17.2 percent reduction for placebo. The number of seizures was monitored beginning four weeks before the study for baseline assessment, then tracked throughout the 14-week study period and afterward for a four-week safety check. Read More »

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's Bridesmaids and Pageboys Were Just Announced

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The leaders of the bridal pack are Prince George and Princess Charlotte , obvs. There's also Florence van Cutsem , another of Harry's goddaughters, who is three years old. it was a moment at the Mulroneys when Meghan realized that Harry might be the one". "All have been actively involved in helping her prepare for the day and will be there in the days beforehand". Read More »

'Eating fish twice a week may keep your heart healthy'

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The American Heart Association recommends eating two 3.5 ounce servings of non-fried fish every week, and oily fish like tuna and salmon are especially good choices because they are high in omega-3 fatty acids. But some of those recommendations are at odds with the Food and Drug Administration's guidelines for women of childbearing age and children. It was attributed to the lack of scientific evidence regarding the effects of supplements on cardiovascular risk. Read More »

Founders Edition GTX 1180 reportedly set to launch in July

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Furthermore, the site claimed that the card might come with a TDP of 200 watts. If the mass production starts in June and considering that SK Hynix is going to be the main supplier for the GDDR6 memory then we can expect the Nvidia GTX 11 Series or GTX 20 series GPUs to drop in July 2018 . Read More »

Obese? Have higher risk of turning smoker!

These results found that obesity influences smoking behaviour that could have implications for public health interventions aiming to reduce the prevalence of these important risk factors, researchers claimed. Looking at the genetic information through body mass index avoids numerous problems that can actually afflict the traditional observational studies thus showing less prone results to the confounding factors and make it more reliable. Read More »

SA still at 72 in world football rankings

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The elite football regulatory body FIFA, took to their official website to release the latest ranking ahead of the incoming World Cup next month. Bafana Bafana also remained 15th in Africa. There are no movers inside the world's top 47 places, and therefore Africa's top six remain as they were in April. The next FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking will be published on 7 June 2018. Read More »

Million Nigerians Lost Jobs Under Buhari - Moghalu

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When contacted on the matter, the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu said, "Nigerians deserve answers immediately from the PDP administration, Facebook and Cambridge Analytica on how and why they improperly obtained and used data to interfere in Nigerian elections". Read More »

World Health Organization releases first-ever 'Essential Diagnostics List' to reduce premature deaths

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An estimated 46 per cent of adults with Type 2 diabetes worldwide are undiagnosed, risking serious health complications and higher health costs, a statement by WHO said. Of the 113 tests on the list, 58 are listed for detection and diagnosis of a wide range of common conditions, providing an essential package that can form the basis for screening and management of patients. Read More »

Tips for sunscreen shopping you need to know before heading outside

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Think beyond the beach and pool - use sunscreen whenever you go outdoors for a significant amount of time, such as to the park, a lunchtime walk to the shops, playing sports or gardening. " Most of us don't apply sunscreen as much as the studies done on the sunscreen indicate that we should", he said. Portela suggests applying sunscreen for about 20 minutes before going outside in the sun.It gives sunscreen time to sit on the skin. Read More »

$2.21 EPS Expected for The JM Smucker Company (SJM)

Stifel Nicolaus maintained The J.M. Smucker Company (NYSE:SJM) on Friday, November 17 with "Hold" rating. Wellington Mgmt Grp Incorporated Llp holds 100,687 shares or 0% of its portfolio. More important recent The J.M. Smucker Company (NYSE:SJM) news were published by: Bizwest.com which released: "Smucker to hold more job sessions for Longmont plant" on May 15, 2018, also Investorplace.com published article titled: "5 Top Stock Trades for Friday Morning", Benzinga.com published: "Why US ... Read More »

NHS outsourcing 'put patients at risk'

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In 2016, delays in processing new applications for the lists resulted in around 1,000 Global Positioning System, dentists and opticians being unable to work. Both Capita and NHS England underestimated the scale and nature of the task of transforming services. But they questioned whether some of the services should be taken "in-house". Read More »

Delhi will be world's most populous city by 2028, says UN report

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And by 2050, 68 per cent of the world population will live in urban areas, increasing from 55 per cent now. Three-quarters of Russians in 2050, or 110.6 million people, will live in urban areas. As for rural populations, while they have continued to grow since 1950, it is expected to reach its peak in the next few years, before declining steadily. Read More »

Phogat sisters dropped from national camp for 'indiscipline'

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In 2014, Babita followed her sister by winning the gold medal in CWG. The action taken by the federation against the wrestlers means that they could be barred from the Asian Games trials scheduled towards the end of May 2018. The men's and women's nationals are being simultaneously conducted in Sonepat and Lucknow from May 10 to 25. I admit I haven't informed the federation yet but I will send an application to them today itself, "Babita told PTI ". Read More »

4 simple ways to prevent, control high blood pressure

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Research carried out by a team at Harvard T.H Chan School of Public Health found that cooking meat and fish until it is well-done could increase the risk of high blood pressure. Previously high blood pressure was applicable only if the blood pressure is more than 140/90. Dr. Daniel Lackland, president of the World Hypertension League, said, “The earlier you do something to lower blood pressure thats too high, the more likely you are to prevent a stroke or heart attack.” Lackland, a professor ... Read More »

Shehbaz chairs maiden parliamentary party meeting; PM in attendance

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Earlier, the PM chaired a meeting of the federal cabinet. The prime minister also said that they will never let their land be used against any other country. Parliamentary Party will also meet in Islamabad today. In Wednesday's meeting, Abbasi had directed PML-N parliamentary party members to ensure their presence in the National Assembly session when the budget will be presented for approval. Read More »

Chhetri and Aizawl help BFC enter knockouts

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Prior to the final round of fixtures, BFC and New Radiant were locked on 12 points but the latter's better head-to-head record meant that it needed to just match BFC's result to progress. Nishu scored his second of the evening when Chhetri chipped the ball over the Abahani defence and saw the former control the ball on his chest before firing home in the 57th minute. Read More »

Judge Rules in Favor of Oakland Coal Project

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The ruling is the latest chapter in a dispute that began with the city's attempt to find a developer for a parcel from the old Oakland Army Base just south of the Bay Bridge Toll Plaza. The judge cited a wide range of what he described as shortcomings in the report and other evidence considered by the city in enacting the coal ban. Read More »

Fargo And Bismarck Entities Selected To Manufacture Medical Marijuana

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Rachel Levine. As more studies confirm that medical marijuana can help reduce the rates of opioid abuse in the United States, many are calling on the government to make cannabis more available to help solve the crisis. Among those were expanding the qualifying conditions list to include neurodegenerative diseases, terminal illness, dyskinetic and spastic movement disorders and opioid-use disorder. Read More »

FDA approves first non-opioid drug to treat opioid withdrawal symptoms

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These symptoms of opioid withdrawal occur both in patients who have been using opioids appropriately as prescribed and in patients with OUD. But they can become highly addictive, even after the original injury has healed. Some patients received Lucemyra, and some patients received a placebo. The symptoms can inflict patients who are using opioids as instructed by a physician, and those patients who are addicted to it. Read More »

Study Shows Exercise Doesn't Delay Decline In People With Dementia

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While physical exercise may stave off dementia, it does not delay mental decline in people after they've been diagnosed. In a second study on aging published by the academic journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience , however, U.S. Indeed participants who had taken part in an exercise program had slightly worse scores in an Alzheimer's assessment when they were tested a year later. Read More »

What Osinbajo has done about herdsmen killing of Christians in Nigeria

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Prof Osinbajo told the IDPs in camps in Abagana and Daudu that, "I am here as representative of the President who was here in March and had asked that a study be done on the situation". Tje Bile says weeping may endure for night but joy comes in the morning. The morning has come and joy has come for you. He encouraged the people of the state to organize themselves to benefit from the micro credits for women and artisans as well as the Anchor-Borrowers program of the Federal Government. Read More »

Cleanup Under Way After Deadly NY Storm

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The accident happened just after 4 p.m. States of emergencies were declared in Putnam, Dutchess, Orange and Sullivan counties, which were hit by strong winds and marble-sized hail. "The mother was on the porch, crying, 'My daughter, my daughter, '" Ramon Rodriguez, a witness, told NBC News 4 NY. A video taken from the scene shows the SUV completely mangled as large tree limbs rested on top. Read More »

US Surgeon General helps with medical emergency on flight to Jackson

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He and the two nurses escorted the passenger to the gate, where medical staff were waiting. Dr. Jerome Adams says he gave assistance to someone on a Delta Air Lines jet headed Wednesday to Jackson, Mississippi. He added, "Patient doing well and like a good #USPHS officer, I was glad to be able to assist!" Adams is in Jackson to tour the Harbor House to and hear directly from health care professionals who are working to combat the opioid epidemic. Read More »

Maryland governor signs bill banning conversion therapy for LGBT minors

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California, Connecticut, Illinois, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, Oregon, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington also have laws on the books, as well as the District of Columbia. This does not, however, restrict therapy given in churches. More information on the lies and dangers of efforts to change sexual orientation or gender identity can be found here. Read More »

Eastman wins Democratic primary for Nebraska's 2nd District

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Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts (clockwise from top left) will be challenged by Democrat Bob Krist in November. Eastman, a social worker who runs the nonprofit Omaha Healthy Kids Alliance, cast herself as a progressive alternative to the centrist Ashford, who also has been registered as a Republican and independent. Read More »

Lt. Gov. Mike Stack loses primary to John Fetterman

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Mike Stack was among five Democrats on Tuesday's primary election ballot, and he didn't emerge the victor. Pennsylvania first started allowing lieutenant governors to serve a second term in the 1970s. Stack, meanwhile, reportedly had a poor relationship with Wolf and came under fire when staff at the lieutenant governor's residence and from his police detail complained about their treatment by Stack and his wife. Read More »

Fox News pays $10 million in 18 employment cases

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The television network is trying to put the drama behind them after dealing with several lawsuits since 2016. One of the cases was a class action with 11 plaintiffs who alleged that the network engaged in racial discrimination. On Tuesday, along with news of the settlement, Wright announced that he as leaving Fox News to "pursue new opportunities"'. A Fox News representative confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that the network "resolved various cases involving Fox News employees". Read More »

Lettuce Lover? CDC Updates Advice To Consumers

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The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has expanded its warning about an E. coli outbreak connected to romaine lettuce to cover all forms of romaine, including whole heads and hearts of romaine grown in the Yuma, Arizona, growing area. Read More »

The keto diet reduces the risk of loss of sight following glaucoma

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These conclusions were obtained on mice. Glaucoma is considered as a progressive disease where the cells that transmit the visual data to the brain tend to damage gradually. This is because ketogenic diet is high in saturated fat, which may protect the heart against complications. The study has been published in the J Neurosci Journal where it shows how a feeding mice model genetically modified to generate glaucoma. Read More »

NY Senator: Dairy farms needs $300M emergency funding now

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New York Farm Bureau will evaluate her proposal, spokesman Steve Ammerman said. "Milk prices are now so low that they (the farmers) are losing money on every pound of milk they produce, no matter how hard they work". "Dairy farmers need relief and it can not wait for the Farm Bill", Gillibrand said. "Each dairy farmers on average would get 8000 dollars in New York's state". Read More »