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  • Brain Cell Therapy Reverses Parkinson's-Like Symptoms In Mice

    Brain Cell Therapy Reverses Parkinson's-Like Symptoms In Mice

    Although the research is still new and has never been tested in human subjects, scientists are hopeful that it may be the first step toward a cure for a disease that eventually causes severe disability. Dr Patrick Lewis, an expert in neuroscience at the University of Reading, said work like this could potentially offer a game-changing therapy for Parkinson's.

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  • Kris Jenner furious at Caitlyn over memoir

    Kris Jenner furious at Caitlyn over memoir

    The source says the Kardashian siblings no longer spend private time with Caitlyn, and only see the I Am Cait star when she's with her daughters, 21-year-old Kendall and 19-year-old Kylie Jenner. "When I was at the inauguration I did say hi at a cocktail party, and he wanted me to play golf with him", she said. "Why does everything have to be that 'Kris is such a bitch and an asshole?'" I've done nothing but open up my home and my heart to a person who doesn't give a sh-t.

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  • Mnuchin Says Faster Growth Will Offset Cost of Tax Overhaul

    Mnuchin Says Faster Growth Will Offset Cost of Tax Overhaul

    Trump said as he signed several executive orders dealing with financial matters at the Treasury Department. One of the most sweeping tax regulations imposed in 2016 was written by the Obama administration's Treasury Department and it made it much harder for companies to use a process known as "inversion" to incorporate overseas in places like Ireland so that they could avoid paying US taxes.

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  • Death toll rises to nine in Bengal violence, six arrested

    Death toll rises to nine in Bengal violence, six arrested

    Eight people were killed in Birbhum's Labhpur after two factions, with their alleged links with the ruling Trinamool Congress clashed over the control of sand-bed of a local river. "The violence is perpetrated by CPI-M backed miscreants", district Trinamool Congress President Anubrata Mondal alleged. "The CPI-M's goons are responsible for the incident".

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  • Listos los choques de semifinales de la Champions

    Real Madrid y Atlético de Madrid se enfrentan en una ronda eliminatoria por cuarta edición consecutiva , de hecho, fueron los protagonistas de la final del año pasado que finalmente ganó el club merengue . Pero antes de que acabara el partido para irse a tiempo extra en el Bernabéu, Javier "chicharito" Hernández anotó el gol de la victoria para poner al Real Madrid en las semis de la Champions .

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  • Trump on Earth Day: 'Rigorous science is critical to my administration'

    Nor did it mention the many thousands of people who participated in the March for Science in Washington , D.C. and around the world on Saturday , many in direct response to the Trump administration's anti-science stances. "Ironically the march for science is about supporting and defending truth and integrity more than anything", Rogers said. "Brazil had a cut in the science and technology budget of nearly 50 percent this year", Tatiana Rappoport, a professor at the Federal University of ...

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  • La mujer más obesa del mundo pierde 250 kilos

    La mujer más obesa del mundo pierde 250 kilos

    Fue así que buscó ayuda y viajó a Mumbai , India , donde un grupo de médicos se interesó por su caso. El 7 de marzo, Ahmed se sometió a una cirugía bariátrica en el Hospital Saifee. "Ahora puede sentarse en una silla de ruedas y permanecer sentada durante bastante tiempo, algo que no hubiésemos ni siquiera soñado hace tres meses", precisó su equipo médico a través de un comunicado consignado por el sitio El Espectador .

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  • Marijuana Legalization Support Reaches Record Highs

    Marijuana Legalization Support Reaches Record Highs

    A recent University of DE poll found 61 percent of state residents support full legalization. The poll also found that 71 percent of people oppose efforts to block marijuana sales in states that have legalized it. Last year, Pew Research reported that 57 percent of Americans favor recreational legalization. And of those who have tried weed, 44 percent now use it.

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  • Trump slams first 100 days construct -- after repeatedly embracing it

    Trump slams first 100 days construct -- after repeatedly embracing it

    President Trump has had 29 bills. The 100-day marker has been used by the public for decades to assess what a new White House administration was able to accomplish in its first months. The U.S. intelligence community has concluded that the Russian government waged that campaign in a bid to disrupt Mrs. Clinton's presidential ambitions, and federal investigators are now considering whether any collusion occurred between Mr.

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  • Britain's main opposition gears up for June 8 elections

    In response to that criticism, the then ruling coalition of Conservatives and Liberal Democrats passed the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act in 2011 to prevent future snap elections from being used as a political tool. British Prime Minister Theresa May has formally asked lawmakers to back her call for an early election. "The country is coming together, but Westminster is not".

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  • Bucks overwhelm Raptors 104-77, take 2-1 series lead

    Bucks overwhelm Raptors 104-77, take 2-1 series lead

    It was ugly from the start. Despite their playoff seeds, Milwaukee Bucks look like much better team in this series at the moment. Raptors head coach Dwane Casey made one major change to his starting five for Game 4, putting Jonas Valanciunas on the bench to start the game and adding seldom-used Powell to a small starting five that had Serge Ibaka at centre, DeMarre Carroll at power forward and Powell at small forward.

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  • Invierten 4mdp para impulsar la industria automotriz en Puebla

    Invierten 4mdp para impulsar la industria automotriz en Puebla

    En tanto Marco Mena, destacó que este Clúster en la zona centro desarrollará los esquemas mas altos de generador de economia; exhortó a explotar la zona Puebla-Tlaxcala para superar la oferta automotriz en materia de profesionalización, por lo que no dudo en brindar las facilidades para lograr ser aún mâs competitivos.

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  • Safety, homelessness come up during discussion on legal pot

    The Ipsos poll found that just 26 per cent of Canadians said they would be more likely to use marijuana after its legalization - and these were primarily people who were already habitual users. Several states with legal recreational markets are considering bills to protect businesses and consumers in the event of a federal crackdown on marijuana.

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  • Turkey: Recep Tayyip Erdogan's party wants him back

    In an interview with CNN-Turk television, Bulent Tezcan, CHP deputy leader, said the court's decision sparked a "serious legitimacy crisis". German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel said that bringing back the death penalty would be "synonymous with the end of the European dream".

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  • DHS Secretary Kelly: FBI Investigating Terror in all 50 States

    DHS Secretary Kelly: FBI Investigating Terror in all 50 States

    Critics have argued that the agency is too heavy-handed in enforcement operations, including arresting immigrants in the USA illegally whose only offense is being in the country without permission. "When you see something like the opioid addiction crisis blossoming in so many states around this country, the last thing we should be doing is encouraging people", Spicer told reporters February 23.

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  • Afidávit: Doctor recetó medicinas a Prince bajo otro nombre

    Afidávit: Doctor recetó medicinas a Prince bajo otro nombre

    Los resultados de la autopsia mostraron que falleció de una sobredosis accidental de fentanilo , un narcótico sintético 50 veces más poderoso que la heroína . El médico que trato a Prince , Michael Todd Schulenberg , explicó que puso el medicamento a nombre de otra persona para proteger su privacidad .

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  • OMS: 325 millones de personas con hepatitis, y muy pocos lo saben

    OMS: 325 millones de personas con hepatitis, y muy pocos lo saben

    Alrededor de 1,75 millones de personas se contagiaron del VHC en 2015, lo que elevó el total mundial de personas que viven con hepatitis C a 71 millones. Globalmente, el 84 por ciento de los niños nacidos en el 2015 recibieron las tres dosis recomendadas de la hepatitis B , lo que ha reducido la prevalencia de la enfermedad entre los menores de 5 años a un 1,3 por ciento.

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  • Once fallecidos de jueves a viernes tras violentos disturbios en Caracas

    Más temprano, un estudiante de 17 años identificado como Carlos José Moreno , falleció por un disparo de bala ejecutado por desconocidos cuando participaba de una marcha contra el Gobierno de Nicolás Maduro en Caracas , en una jornada cargada de tensión en la que también se manifestaron los simpatizantes del chavismo.

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  • Avelluto salió a desligar a Cacetta de hechos de corrupción — INCAA

    Asimismo, ratificó que "todo el mundo tenga claro que el fomento del cine está garantizado, y que nadie está imaginando ningún desfinanciamiento para la industria cinematográfica". Pienso que tanto la honorabilidad del ministro como de Cacetta no está puesta en duda, tienen trayectorias impecables", expresó Lombardi. Incluso, vinculó su desplazamiento a "otros intereses" que él no aceptó cuando asumió el cargo en 2015.

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  • Carrió confirmó que competirá en la Capital por

    Carrió confirmó que competirá en la Capital por "decisión" de Vidal

    Instantes después del cónclave, Horacio Rodríguez Larreta posteó en su cuenta de Twitter un mensaje en el que destacó la valía de Carrió para el espacio político que gobierna Nación, Ciudad y Provincia. Carrió anunció entonces que no será candidata a senadora por la provincia de Buenos Aires porque la gobernadora bonaerense, María Eugenia Vidal , "no quiere".

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  • Rescued teen back home in Tennessee

    Rescued teen back home in Tennessee

    Mental health experts specializing in trauma are evaluating and treating Elizabeth, Whatley said . "The girl really wasn't looking at me or anything and he was kind of dominating the conversation", said Griffin Barry on Friday morning. "She's been with Cummins for a little over a month now and after that sort of thing, after that sort of ordeal she was through, it's going to take some working with her for awhile", the father said.

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  • Las ratas topo desnudas pueden sobrevivir 20 minutos sin oxígeno, revela estudio

    Las ratas topo desnudas pueden sobrevivir 20 minutos sin oxígeno, revela estudio

    Una mutación genética en un neurotransmisor -con la que nacen- hace que pierdan la hiperalergia térmica, la sensibilidad a altas temperaturas y el dolor que estas producen, por ejemplo. La fructosa , según los científicos, fue transportada a las células cerebrales mediante bombas moleculares de fructosa, que en todos los demás mamíferos sólo se encuentran en las células del intestino .

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  • Arrestan a un sospechoso del ataque en Estocolmo

    Arrestan a un sospechoso del ataque en Estocolmo

    Una persona fue detenida este viernes en relación al ataque , informó a la policía sueca , sin embargo el conductor del camión es buscado, indicó la policía en una rueda de prensa. De los 15 heridos , 10 personas (nueve adultos y un niño) seguían hospitalizadas el domingo por la mañana, cuatro de ellas en estado grave, según las autoridades sanitarias.

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  • Over half of American adults have tried marijuana

    Over half of American adults have tried marijuana

    It involved 1,122 adults over the age of 18. With regard to the health risks of marijuana use, 67% of respondents said using a doctor's prescription for an opioid, such as Vicodin or OxyContin, was a greater risk than using a doctor's prescription for marijuana.

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  • UC Settles Sexual Harassment Suit For $1.7 Million

    UC Settles Sexual Harassment Suit For $1.7 Million

    Choudhry alleged the University of California opened a second investigation of him for the same conduct after Sorrell filed her lawsuit and reports it had mishandled cases of serious sexual misconduct. The UC regents incorporated this provision into their settlement agreement, making it appear they had some part in the deal. Choudhry also claimed that he was being singled out by his race and country of origin.

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  • Starbucks launches colour-changing Unicorn Frappuccino

    Starbucks launches colour-changing Unicorn Frappuccino

    The beverage is topped-off with vanilla whipped cream and a combination of sweet-sour pink and blue topping. According to the company's press release , the drink starts off purple with swirls of blue and has a sweet and fruity taste. Social media is already going nuts over the drink, where baristas preparing for the frozen-mouthed frenzy have been posting photos of their work.

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