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Health Care Drinking alcohol damages DNA raising risk of cancer, say scientists
Author: 0 Drinking alcohol damages DNA raising risk of cancer, say scientists

Studies have already shown drinking alcohol increases the risk of developing seven types of cancer - including such common types as breast, rectum and colon. ResearchGate: What motivated this study? Blood stem cells , found in blood and bone marrow, are immature blood cells that can develop into any type of blood cell, including white blood cells, platelets, and red blood cells.

Health Care 2nd flu death of the season hits Cuyahoga County
Author: 0 2nd flu death of the season hits Cuyahoga County

In the case of an outbreak, Roberts said the facilities have flu protocols to follow. A rash of influenza outbreaks in Lower Mainland residential care facilities has prompted health officials to remind people to get the flu shot. Boyd Hoddinott reports . District Director Amanda Robinson-Chadwell said. The symptoms of an influenza infection are fever, headache, fatigue, muscle aches, and cough.

Health Care From Vegan To 'Keto' And Mediterranean: Experts Rank 2018's Best Diets
Author: 0 From Vegan To 'Keto' And Mediterranean: Experts Rank 2018's Best Diets

The Dukan diet and the Whole30 diet , which the experts labeled as lacking scientific evidence of efficacy and as being entirely too restrictive to be healthy. Haupt doubted the Keto Diet as "not sustainable" and the diet "of the moment". According to her, the experts say "it's not necessary to be so extreme or restrictive".

Health Care Flu season here hits early, widespread in Arizona
Author: 0 Flu season here hits early, widespread in Arizona

Dr Nick Scriven, president of the Society for Acute Medicine, said many hospitals reported more than 99% capacity in the week before Christmas. "We are monitoring the influenza outbreak in the area as well as consulting with our infection prevention specialist internally to determine the best course of action", Bernie Albertini, chief administrative officer of East Ohio Regional Hospital in Martins Ferry, said.

Author: 0 E. coli outbreak in US, Canada may be linked to romaine lettuce

The CDC and the Food and Drug Administration - the agencies that oversee investigations of foodborne illness outbreaks and food recalls - are continuing to investigate the cause of the outbreak, in partnership with local public health agencies, Williams said.

Health Care Rana Daggubatti Unveils First Poster Of Haathi Mere Saathi
Author: 0 Rana Daggubatti Unveils First Poster Of Haathi Mere Saathi

By the look of it seems awfully similar to Rajesh Khanna's blockbuster but there is no such speculation from the makers of Rana's film. The upcoming saga is a tribute to legendary actor Rajesh Khanna and his film with the same title which has been winning hearts since 1971.

Health Care Chocolate is on track to go extinct in 40 years
Author: 0 Chocolate is on track to go extinct in 40 years

Scientists from the University of California are teaming up with food and candy company Mars to explore CRISPR technique to help tiny cocao seedlings to survive and thrive in the dryer, warmer climate, Businessinsider.com reported . "We're trying to go all in here", Barry Parkin, Mars' chief sustainability officer, told Business Insider . Since the 1990s, more than one billion people from China, Indonesia, India, Brazil and the former Soviet Union have entered the cocoa market.

Health Care Two New Dave Chappelle Specials Popped Up On Netfilx Over Night
Author: 0 Two New Dave Chappelle Specials Popped Up On Netfilx Over Night

Don't believe it? Just tune in to his his first of two new Netflix specials, Equanimity (out December 31), which opens with the comedian waxing about his No. Yet Chapelle jokes that if the victims careers suffered as a result of the sexual misconduct, it showed they had a "brittle spirit" and wouldn't have survived in show business anyway.

Health Care Diabetes Drug Reverses Memory Loss in Mice with Alzheimer's
Author: 0 Diabetes Drug Reverses Memory Loss in Mice with Alzheimer's

For his part, Dr. Holscher and his colleagues have been investigating the connections between Alzheimer's, type 2 diabetes , and other metabolic diseases. The researchers tested the medication using transgenic mice expressing the mutated genes that cause Alzheimer's in humans. That appears to be exactly what is happening with a new class of drug originally developed for the treatment of type 2 diabetes, but has recently been shown to have a drastic benefit in mice with Alzheimer's.

Health Care Parents advised to limit children's snacks
Author: 0 Parents advised to limit children's snacks

Last month, the health body also urged British men and women to reduce their intake of calories to just 1,600 a day, which included 400 calories for breakfast, 600 for lunch and 600 for dinner, without drinks, the Daily Mail reported. Children between the ages of four and 10 consumed 51.2% of their sugar from unhealthy snacks, including biscuits, cakes, pastries, buns, candies and fizzy and juice drinks, PHE's National Diet and Nutritional Survey found.

Health Care Largest train fare hike in five years kicks in today
Author: 0 Largest train fare hike in five years kicks in today

Labour's transport spokesman, Andy McDonald who will join Keir Starmer, the MP for Holborn and St Pancras, at a protest at King's Cross, called the latest increases "staggering". Fares will rise by an average of 3.4 per cent, with season tickets going up by 3.6 per cent. Prices on some routes will increase by nearly three...

Health Care Bride battling cancer dies 18 hours after saying 'I do'
Author: 0 Bride battling cancer dies 18 hours after saying 'I do'

Dave Mosher said, "Some of her last words were her vows". A CT couple was staying true to the vows of marriage - in sickness and in health - before they ever said "I do". Karas then helped her friend plan the wedding of her dreams right after. Mosher had already planned a romantic proposal when Lindsay told him she had been diagnosed with cancer and said he was determined to go ahead.

Health Care Jay Rodriguez confident West Brom are gaining momentum in relegation battle
Author: 0 Jay Rodriguez confident West Brom are gaining momentum in relegation battle

Petr Cech 5, Calum Chambers 5, Shkodran Mustafi 4, Laurent Koscielny 6, Hector Bellerin 5, Jack Wilshere 6, Granit Xhaka 6, Sead Kolasinac 5, Alex Iwobi 7, Alexis Sanchez 6, Alexandre Lacazette 6. Sanchez thought he had won the match for Arsenal with seven minutes left, his free-kick glancing off McClean in the wall and nestling into the bottom corner in front of the visiting fans.

Health Care South Africa have slight advantage against India: Morkel
Author: 0 South Africa have slight advantage against India: Morkel

If you're not there mentally, it does not matter the kind of conditions you are playing in. Even though the games were played in spin friendly conditions, the likes of Bhuvneshwar Kumar , Mohammad Shami and Umesh Yadav also impressed make it a formidable attack.

Health Care Brutally cold temperatures settle in
Author: 0 Brutally cold temperatures settle in

By Monday morning, temps are below freezing area wide with lows in the 20s, and still feeling colder thanks to a breezy north wind. Another arctic cold front began moving through the area Friday afternoon, which will bring freezer like temperatures to western Nebraska and southeastern Wyoming through New Year's Day .

Health Care Meghan Markle 'shortlisted' for Bond role before engagement
Author: 0 Meghan Markle 'shortlisted' for Bond role before engagement

Prince Harry , 33, had said on BBC Radio 4's "Today" program , "I think we've got one of the biggest families that I know of. She's getting in there and it's the family I suppose that she's never had". She continued, writing that "our household was very normal" after Markle's mother, Doria Ragland, and their father, Tom Markle, divorced in 1987.

Health Care President Buhari Approves 1258 Board Members, See Complete List
Author: 0 President Buhari Approves 1258 Board Members, See Complete List

When the President announced the latest appointments on Friday, he said more would be announced later. Buhari appointed Rev. Christopher Utov as a Member of Nigerian Institute of Social and Economic Research. Okpozo died on December 26, 2016, with Buhari issuing a statement of commiseration on December 27, 2017. On Wednesday, December 28, 2016, President Buhari condoled the government and people of Delta State on the death of Chief Francis Okpozo , a Second Republic senator and member ...

Health Care Wisconsin Seeing Widespread Cases Of Flu
Author: 0 Wisconsin Seeing Widespread Cases Of Flu

It said 49 states and Puerto Rico reported widespread or regional flu activity. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , nine pediatric flu deaths had been reported this season from other states as of December 16. ¯ Keep your hands away from your eyes, nose and mouth. To avoid getting sick, practice good health habits: get plenty of sleep, manage stress, drink fluids, eat nutritious foods and stay physically active, or as much as possible given the winter weather, she ...

Author: 0 Neuburgh Advisers LLC Maintains Stake in NXP Semiconductors NV (NXPI)

The fund owned 1,020 shares of the semiconductor provider's stock at the end of the first quarter. (NYSE:TJX) has declined 2.02% since December 30, 2016 and is downtrending. Cubist Systematic Strategies Limited Company has invested 0.19% in Biogen Inc. (NYSE:MO) for 9,328 shares. Among 10 analysts covering TC Pipelines ( NYSE:TCP ), 4 have Buy rating, 1 Sell and 5 Hold.

Health Care Hazardous wind chills are expected today through Monday morning
Author: 0 Hazardous wind chills are expected today through Monday morning

There is a wind chill warning in effect for the same areas from midnight Sunday night to noon Monday. According to the advisory, "cold wind chills will cause frostbite in as little as 30 minutes to exposed skin". There will be a new storm forming at sea, but most of the heavy precipitation's should stay off shore. When the wind chill drops into the -40s the time is cut down to 10min.

Health Care Flu cases widespread and high in number in Louisiana: CDC
Author: 0 Flu cases widespread and high in number in Louisiana: CDC

In the last week of 2017, 21 states experienced high influenza activity and another five qualified in the moderate range. In Europe, where flu activity began more slowly, disease levels are on the rise in western, northern, and southern Europe, according to a joint report covering the week ending Dec 24 from the European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) regional office for Europe.

Health Care 'Invisible Mask': Developer Creates iPhone X Filter That Makes Face Disappear
Author: 0 'Invisible Mask': Developer Creates iPhone X Filter That Makes Face Disappear

The inventor called the new function "optical camouflage". Using a sensor array like the original Microsoft Kinect, the iPhone X can accurately track your face using a combination of depth sensing and face mapping. It's not known when the app will be released, or whether it will have any functionality beyond the fun of making yourself invisible. That it could pinpoint exactly the shape of the developer's face and map out the eyes and the mouth is pretty cool, and it proves that the TrueDepth ...

Health Care Pot-smoking on the Rise Among US Pregnant Women
Author: 0 Pot-smoking on the Rise Among US Pregnant Women

The new study also found a drastic increase in the marijuana use of pregnant women between 18 and 24 years old. However, marijuana use was reported to have increased among pregnant women in all of the study's age groups from 2009 to 2016.

Health Care Munchie Meal: Jack In The Box Plans Food For Stoners
Author: 0 Munchie Meal: Jack In The Box Plans Food For Stoners

It'll only be available in Long Beach - the rapper's home town - from January 18-25, but if you find yourself in the 562, you can get two tacos, french fries, onion rings, five mini-churros, three chicken strips, and a small drink for only $4.20.

Health Care With Public's Help, East Haven Police Arrest Woman Accused Of Armed Robbery
Author: 0 With Public's Help, East Haven Police Arrest Woman Accused Of Armed Robbery

He also had a handgun. The suspect was armed with a knife, but no one was hurt. He was wearing a red hat or hood and a mask covering the lower half of face and a red hooded sweatshirt with an unknown design on the front. No money was taken by the suspect. Both suspects then left the hotel and headed south on foot, police said. If anyone has any information regarding this incident, contact East Carolina University Police Department at 252-328-6787 or Greenville Police Department at ...

Health Care Selena Gomez Is Back to Her Natural Brown Hair!
Author: 0 Selena Gomez Is Back to Her Natural Brown Hair!

Although Selena still reportedly has family issues she's dealing with, the insider explained that she's leaning on Justin Bieber for support and he doesn't want to cause anymore trouble. Apparently, the rift in their relationship started in 2014 when the "Wolves" singer parted ways with her mother professionally as her manager. While Selena enjoyed her night out with her cousin and friends, the award-winning singer also took time to take pictures with fans at the bar.

Health Care Hartlepool hospital trust's £5million from parking charges
Author: 0 Hartlepool hospital trust's £5million from parking charges

Top of the Lancashire league was the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust which runs Royal Preston and Chorley and South Ribble hospitals. The trust which runs Carlisle's Cumberland Infirmary and the West Cumberland Hospital made more than £500,000 in the previous year by charging people to park.