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  • FDA, CDC warn some lead poisoning tests may not be accurate

    FDA, CDC warn some lead poisoning tests may not be accurate

    Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). However, lead testing using blood taken from a vein is not widespread. Officials say they understand that people affected by this issue are going to be concerned about their health, and note that while most children likely received an accurate test result, it is important to identify any whose exposure may have been missed or underestimated.

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  • Drug use in workplace at highest point in 12 years

    Drug use in workplace at highest point in 12 years

    Marijuana positivity has increased " dramatically " in the last three years, Quest said , due in part to recreational legalization in some USA states. A heartening trend in the drug test data is a decline in prescription opiates, including hydrocodone and oxycodones, which Quest attributes to tightened controls.

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  • 3-D printed ovaries could help cancer survivors have healthy children!

    3-D printed ovaries could help cancer survivors have healthy children!

    The bioprosthetic ovaries, constructed of 3-D printed scaffolds that house immature eggs, was found to successfully boost hormone production as well as restore fertility in mice. "This research shows these bioprosthetic ovaries have long-term, durable function ", she said. "What occurs with some of our disease patients is that their ovaries don't work at a sufficiently high level and they have to utilize hormone substitution treatments keeping in mind the end goal to trigger pubescence", ...

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  • Netanyahu: Moving US Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem Will 'Advance' Peace

    The waiver deadline is June 1, making Trump's Jerusalem plans and platforms extremely important over the next few weeks. Just days before President Donald Trump's first visit to Israel, the U.S. Among the main bones of contention are Netanyahu insisting that the Palestinians recognise Israel as the nation state of the Jewish people and the Palestinians calling for a halt to Israeli settlement building in the West Bank.

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  • How lawmakers get their health care

    We have Canadian friends who complain about the system being somewhat slow to provide non-emergency care . That's because heart - and honesty - are mostly what were missing from the GOP health care debate that recently occurred in the U.S.

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  • EU offers

    EU offers "fairness" to Britain in Brexit talks

    He described a situation in which the details of confidential conversations were "blabbed to an opposition newspaper", adding: "And then a few days later, in a display of extreme petulance , you even deride the national language of the host - which, by the way, is looking a bit silly because last Saturday's extravaganza knowns as the Eurovision Song Contest saw 90% of the songs sung in English".

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  • Foreign buyers hit with increased taxes and charges

    Foreign buyers hit with increased taxes and charges

    Morrison painted an optimistic picture of the economic outlook, while acknowledging the pain Australians have been feeling, saying that not all people had shared the country's economic growth and "many remain frustrated at not getting ahead".

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  • Global ransomware attacks: What we know

    Global ransomware attacks: What we know

    A security camera stands outside the main Telefonica headquarters in Madrid, Spain, Friday, May 12, 2017. Russia's interior ministry said some of its computers had been hit, while the country's banking system was also attacked, although no problems were detected, as was the railway system.

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  • El papa Francisco desconfía de la autenticidad de apariciones en Medjugorje

    El papa Francisco desconfía de la autenticidad de apariciones en Medjugorje

    Muchos peregrinos durmieron en la explanada, otros llegaron desde la madrugada. Este sábado el papa Francisco, que actualmente se encuentra de peregrinaje en Portugal, ha canonizado a Francisco y Jacinta , los dos niños pastores que hace 100 años , el 13 de mayo del 1917, vieron a la Virgen María en la localidad Cova da Iria, en la parroquia portuguesa de Fátima .

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  • Putin says Russian Federation meddling furor is 'nonsense'

    Anxious about keeping tabs on the highly sensitive material, the Obama administration officials set new limits on some classified information and explicitly barred Trump aides from viewing that material in their transition offices. The disclosure apparently came as Trump boasted about his access to classified intelligence. In four months since becoming president, Trump has insulted the CIA as chronic leakers, rejected unanimous assessments that Russian Federation meddled in the 2016 ...

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  • FedEx confirms it was hit by global malware attack

    FedEx confirms it was hit by global malware attack

    State media in China reported that hundreds of thousands of devices there were infected. Last week's ransomware attack that brought down MRI scanners in the United Kingdom, railroad ticket machines in Germany, interior ministry computers in Russian Federation and parts of the FedEx network in the U.S.is bound to cause a backlash against spy agencies' cyberwarfare capabilities.

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  • Ways the GOP healthcare Bill Could Affect Women

    Ways the GOP healthcare Bill Could Affect Women

    According to a 2016 survey, 26 percent of patients of Planned Parenthood say it was the only place they could go for the services they required. Take away health coverage for 24 million people . A Benefit for Planned Parenthood brings some of the best Broadway and NYC performers to the Feinstein's/54 Below stage for an unforgettable night of music and hope.

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  • Just 2 sedentary weeks may up diabetes, heart disease

    Just 2 sedentary weeks may up diabetes, heart disease

    The authors recruited volunteers for their study using local advertisements. It was also required that they have no history of diabetes, cardiovascular, kidney, respiratory or endocrine disease. They also had health checks including fat and muscle mass, mitochondrial function - to check their ability regulate their energy and recover from exercise - and physical fitness.

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  • Wyoming to lose only Planned Parenthood clinic

    Wyoming to lose only Planned Parenthood clinic

    GOODWYN: With President Trump placing anti-abortion activists in charge of federal funding for family planning, Texas sees an opportunity to regain what it lost when the state chose to defund all Planned Parenthood clinics entirely. Lesley French with the Texas Health and Human Services Commission spelled it out. The New York Times reports that Healthy Texas Women , the family-planning program, offers numerous same services Planned Parenthood does: HIV tests, cancer screenings, ...

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  • Newborn found with 100 rodent bites; parents arrested

    Newborn found with 100 rodent bites; parents arrested

    Shyrock told police that she put the baby to sleep at 5:30 a.m. Sunday. Shyrock and Elliott are both being held at Columbia County Justice and Detention Facility without a bond. The couple's roommate, Maggie Williams, later gave police permission to search the residence, where they were able to recover the crib with the bloody rodent paw prints, a baby's blood-soaked hat, a baby blanket with blood stains on it and rodent droppings on a cabinet.

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  • Putin warns world leaders to stop 'intimidating' North Korea

    Putin warns world leaders to stop 'intimidating' North Korea

    The North has staged two atomic tests and dozens of missile tests in its quest to build a missile capable of delivering a nuclear warhead to the U.S. mainland. "I'm not going to talk about various policy options that we may or may not consider, but I will say this: we are certainly engaged right now in looking at a number of measures - political, economic, security - to deal with these provocative acts by the DPRK, and risky acts in many cases", he said.

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  • Microsoft Criticizes Government Creation of Hacking Tools

    And the siege may not be over for months (or even years) as every security flaw on every computer will need to be patched before the ransomware can be contained. Security experts around the world are still wary about it; they are nearly certain that either new variants of the malware that ignore the kill switch will appear or that similar malwares by copy-cat authors will.

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  • Cornyn says he will stay in Senate, won't be FBI director

    Cornyn says he will stay in Senate, won't be FBI director

    All four will be interviewed by Sessions and Rosenstein, the two top officials in the Justice Department. Federal Bureau of Investigation directors have predominantly been drawn from the ranks of prosecutors and judges. Fisher is a former assistant US attorney general in charge of the Justice Department's criminal division and is now a partner in Latham & Watkins' Washington , D.C.

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  • Manipur BJP president nominated for Rajya Sabha bypoll

    State Unit BJP President Kshetrimayum Bhabananda has been announced as the Rajya Sabha candidate of the BJP. Even though, they are the coalition partners, the parties were yet to declare their support to the BJP nominee even though sources said that BJP's Bhabananda will be the common candidate of the coalition government.

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  • International Monetary Fund can offer policy advice, financial support for Belt and Road Initiative

    The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, as an important part of the Belt and Road, is not directed at any third parties, not relevant to disputes over territorial sovereignty and does not affect China's position on the Kashmir issue. The remark comes as India, in a stand against the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) which passes through Pakistan-administered Kashmir, skipped the just-ended Belt and Road forum in Beijing.

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  • Being 'fat but fit' is a myth, according to new research

    Being 'fat but fit' is a myth, according to new research

    For example, compared to a normal-weight person with no metabolic abnormalities, an obese person with three metabolic abnormalities had almost three times the risk of coronary heart disease and nearly four times the risk for heart failure. There were also 23,797 cases of peripheral vascular disease. Lead author, Dr Rishi Caleyachetty, told the Press Association: "The idea of being healthily obese is a myth and there is much that health professionals and people who are obese can do to reduce ...

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  • Tillerson: Trump Concerned About Moving Embassy to Jerusalem

    Tillerson: Trump Concerned About Moving Embassy to Jerusalem

    Palestinians want East Jerusalem as the capital of a future state along with the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip that is controlled by Islamist Hamas. In a final declaration issued at the end of its summit, the Arab League voiced opposition to any plan for the transfer of embassies from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem al-Quds.

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  • Periodista mexicanos dicen "No al silencio" ante asesinatos de comunicadores

    Ciudad de México , 16 de mayo (SinEmbargo). Eso es lo que tenemos que exigir aquí y ahora. "Baja Quirino, baja Quirino, para que nos atiendas". Primero, los periodistas fueron atendidos por el Subsecretario de Gobierno, Antonio Castañeda y el titular de comunicación social, Alberto Camacho, quienes les dijeron que Ordaz Coppel no se encontraba.

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  • How to Control Blood Pressure and Avoid Side Effects?

    How to Control Blood Pressure and Avoid Side Effects?

    The exercise revealed that 21 per cent of the doctors surveyed had masked hypertension or isolated ambulatory hypertension. "In simple terms, their BP readings were normal when evaluated through the conventional clinic measurement technique, but high through the ABPM technique", said K K aggarwal, national president of IMA.

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  • Rise in screen time putting children's health at risk, WHO report warns

    Rise in screen time putting children's health at risk, WHO report warns

    Tech use more than tripled for girls 15 and over between 2002 and 2014, with social media blamed for the increase. A breakdown by age showed children as young as 11 spending a large chunk of time online. "There are longer-term impacts on physical health from being sedentary", he added. One of the main challenges for us is that this kind of activity (social media and computer use) is so much part of young people's lives these days, how do we manage this and the health risks associated with ...

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  • North Korea Missile Tests: US Warns Against Supporting Pyongyang

    North Korea Missile Tests: US Warns Against Supporting Pyongyang

    WannaCry also includes software that was stolen from the US National Security Agency [official website] and illegally published online in April. North Korea, however, has said it will prepare for more tests. "I will tell you that if you are a country that is supplying or supporting North Korea, we will call you out on it". FireEye Inc, another large cyber security firm, said it was also investigating, but it was cautious about drawing a link to North Korea.

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  • Massacre Victim's Brother Charged With Evidence Tampering

    Massacre Victim's Brother Charged With Evidence Tampering

    The search warrant indicated that investigators believe the truck was used in connection with an aggravated murder or by a person intending such a crime, but it doesn't specify a connection to the Rhoden homicide investigation and doesn't name James Manley as a suspect, the newspaper reported.

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  • Minnesota officer's trial to stay in St. Paul

    Minnesota officer's trial to stay in St. Paul

    Reynolds and her young daughter also were in the vehicle and she live-streamed the shooting's aftermath on Facebook. Prosecutors say Yanez shot and killed the 32-year-old after he had told him he was armed during a traffic stop. Paulsen, who is assisting the Ramsey County attorney's office, also said the state plans to present testimony from an expert who will say that THC found via a blood test administered post-mortem can not pinpoint when a person last used marijuana.

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