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  • Las 10 compras más caras del mercado de verano — Fichajes

    Las 10 compras más caras del mercado de verano — Fichajes

    Esta vez, los traspasos más caros no fueron del Real Madrid, sino del Manchester City y Manchester United . El Chelsea también sacudió el mercado inglés al gastar alrededor de 34 millones de libras para traer de vuelta al defensor brasileño David Luiz procedente del PSG.

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  • Campaigners blame Russia over cluster bomb use in Syria

    Campaigners blame Russia over cluster bomb use in Syria

    Cluster bombs killed a total of 417 people in 2015, with hundreds of casualties recorded in Syria and Yemen, a report by the Cluster Munition Coalition revealed Thursday. "We have seen an increase in the number of cluster munition attacks on opposition held areas in Aleppo, Idlib and elsewhere", said Wareham. "There is compelling evidence that Russian Federation is using cluster munitions in Syria and/or directly participating with Syrian government forces in attacks using cluster munitions ...

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  • Hull City tie up Dieumerci Mbokani loan ahead of transfer deadline

    Hull City tie up Dieumerci Mbokani loan ahead of transfer deadline

    Dynamo Kiev striker Mbokani spent last season with Norwich City, where he scored seven times in 29 league appearances, but it was not enough to keep the club in the top flight. Hull had not made a summer signing until Tuesday when United striker Will Keane, Spurs midfielder Ryan Mason and Cardiff keeper David Marshall joined.

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  • La historia sin fin en doodle de Google

    La historia sin fin en doodle de Google

    Posiblemente no llegaste a leer el libro; sin embargo, es muy probable que hayas visto la adaptación cinematográfica que fue estrenada en 1984 y que estuvo dirigida por el alemán Wolfgang Petersen . Muchos lectores recuerdan ahora a los entrañables personajes de La historia sin fin: Bastián (el niño que desde el mundo real se adentra en Fantasía), Atreyu (el joven cazador de la tribu de los Hombres de Hierba del mundo de Fantasía), la Emperatriz Infantil o el dragón blanco de la ...

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  • Yes, Your Dog Can Understand Exactly What You're Saying

    A team of researchers from Eotvos Lorand University in Hungary trained dogs to lie still in a functional MRI brain scanner. The blood flow in the dogs' brains were studied as they listened to positive phrases like "good boy", "well done" and "clever" being said in an uplifting tone and in a neutral tone.

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  • Llegó y septiembre y con él un gasolinazo

    Llegó y septiembre y con él un gasolinazo

    El precio máximo de la gasolina Magna tendrá un alza de 0.14% a 13.98 pesos por litro, mientras el diésel subirá 3.36% a 14.45 pesos por litro, anunció la Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público (SHCP). Igualmente este jueves incrementaron las tarifas eléctricas para industria y comercio con un alza de entre 6.5 y 8.4 por ciento, en comparación al mismo periodo de 2015, mientras que para el sector doméstico de bajo consumo se mantendrán sin cambio.

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  • Officers injured during Denver police operation

    Officers injured during Denver police operation

    During the scuffle, police say the suspect reached for one of the responding officer's guns, leading police to fire on the man. As they approached the suspect, he escaped out of a rear window. Officers chased the man into the street where a confrontation ensued. Bates Avenue is closed from South Bryant Street to South Decatur Street while police investigate.

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  • Australian judge rules child will not be treated for cancer

    Australian judge rules child will not be treated for cancer

    Today, the court ruled Oshin be allowed to only receive palliative care. A court order in March forced Oshin to receive chemotherapy and he was given two cycles of the treatment. Justice O'Brien said he had taken into account Oshin's deteriorating chances of a cure and the deeply held views of his parents as to what was best for him.

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  • Chinese stricken with Zika in Singapore

    The risk for microcephaly with Zika infections in the first trimester of pregnancy ranges from 1 per cent to 13 per cent, according to a study. She has been hospitalised, Xinhua news agency reported . Indonesia is now screening travellers from Singapore for Zika virus . It is also just weeks ahead of the Singapore Formula One motor-racing Grand Prix - a major sporting and entertainment attraction.

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  • FSU biologist on front line of Zika fight

    The medicine, Nicolsamide, was previously shown to be safe for pregnant women, which may boost its rapid deployment to treat Zika infection, they reported in the journal Nature Medicine . A new vaccine to fight the Zika virus may not be necessary at all, after a specialized drug screen test revealed two classes of compounds that could potentially be used to halt or hinder the virus's progress.

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  • Shhh, Your Dog Actually Understands You

    Shhh, Your Dog Actually Understands You

    The researchers at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest recruited 13 family dogs for the study , and trained them to sit totally still for seven minutes in an fMRI scanner. "This shows... that dogs not only separate what we say from how we say it, but also that they can combine the two for a correct interpretation of what those words really meant", lead author Attila Andics said in a press release.

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  • HHS awards $53M to combat opioid epidemic

    Garcia said prescription overdoses are often the result of "an adult who forgets they've taken their prescribed medication and takes a second dose", causing an overdose. The number of fatal opioid overdoses quadrupled from 1999 to 2014, according to the MDHHS, which said MI also prescribed the 10th most opioid pain relievers in the nation in 2012.

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  • Yes, your dog really can understand you

    Reward centers of their brains lit up the most in the scanner when praising words were met with a praising tone, which makes sense. It turns out that dogs are not as naïve as we thought, and if you say non-meaningful words to them in a positive tone - they won't be so convinced that you chose to compliment them.

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  • Apple iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus prices leaked a week before launch

    However, probably the most controversial change is the removal of the 3.5mm headphone jack in order to make the phone thinner. Full photo of the pamphlet after the jump ... Apple may have what we're looking for, too, if an "AirPods" device registration spotted in Europe is any indication. The news comes from Japanese blog Mac Otakara , which previously reported the fourth color option for the iPhone 7 .

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  • Plea for 'life changing' organ donations

    Plea for 'life changing' organ donations

    However the report also shows that 19 people in the county died before they received the organ they desperately needed. Last year, 466 patients died in need of an organ and a further 881 were removed from the transplant waiting list, many whom would also have died shortly afterwards.

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  • Moderate drinking 'does not appear to affect women's fertility'

    Moderate drinking 'does not appear to affect women's fertility'

    If you do drink while trying to have children, do it in moderation and don't binge drink.' Professor Simon Fishel, the managing director of CARE Fertility, a providers of private fertility clinics, added: 'The study appears to give some reassurances that, in the general population who wish to conceive, moderate alcohol drinking in this population does not appear to affect the chance of conception'.

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  • Indians in Singapore test positive for Zika, confirms MEA

    The Ministry of Health (MoH) said it has received a report on a patient suspected with Zika virus infection on Merdeka day. Zika, which has been detected in 58 countries including hardest-hit Brazil, causes only mild symptoms for most people, such as fever and a rash.

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  • Lifetime ban lifted on gay men donating blood

    Lifetime ban lifted on gay men donating blood

    However the north's new one-year deferral policy brings it into line with Britain. A similar blood ban had been scrapped in England, Scotland and Wales back in 2011. Men who have had anal or oral sex with another man in the past 12 months, with or without a condom, will still not be eligible to donate blood. But in June this year it was reported that the risk to blood safety from gay male donations had actually decreased since the policy changed.

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  • Based Cynapsus Therapeutics to be bought by Sunovion for $820 million

    Based Cynapsus Therapeutics to be bought by Sunovion for $820 million

    The offer of US$40.50 per common share in cash represents a premium of 123 percent based on the volume weighted average closing price of Cynapsus' common shares on the NASDAQ Global Market for the last twenty trading days. Through this transaction, Sunovion would acquire Cynapsus' product candidate, APL-130277, which is created to be a fast-acting, easy-to-use, on-demand treatment option for managing OFF episodes associated with Parkinson's disease or PD.

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  • Director Luke Scott Makes Feature Debut With

    Director Luke Scott Makes Feature Debut With "Morgan"

    Headed our way this weekend is the Luke Scott-directed and Ridley Scott-produced Morgan , and 20th Century Fox has made a decision to whet our collective appetite by literally tasking an AI device with creating a new trailer for the psychological thriller.

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  • Dogs Found to Understand Owners' Words of Praise

    Dogs Found to Understand Owners' Words of Praise

    The dogs heard their trainers say praise words in a positive tone, praise words in a neutral tone, and meaningless words (conjunction words that the dogs wouldn't associate with anything) in both tones. But a new study shows that simply telling your dog he's a " good boy " may not be enough. The dogs could get up and leave the machine whenever they wanted.

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  • Prescription report cards could help avoid antibiotic misuse

    Prescription report cards could help avoid antibiotic misuse

    They identified more than 2,500 dentists in Scotland who prescribed antibiotics. The rest which did not get such reports were labeled as the study's control group. In the past research suggested that dentists often recommend antibiotics when they aren't suitable. The immune-bacteria creates the need for newer treatments and antibiotic therapies, even as new drug developments are becoming rarer.

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  • Malaysia reports 1st Zika case imported from Singapore

    Malaysia reports 1st Zika case imported from Singapore

    These two diseases alone kill scores of Indians nearly every year and the number of cases reported have been on the rise in recent months. "The cupboard is bare, there's no way to provide that", he said at a briefing with reporters in Washington, D.C.

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  • Indonesian woman infected with Zika in Singapore

    Indonesian woman infected with Zika in Singapore

    But in pregnant women, it can cause microcephaly, a deformation in which babies are born with abnormally small brains and heads. "Over time, we expect Zika cases to emerge from more areas", said Singaporean Minister for Health Gan Kim Yong, in a statement released Wednesday.

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  • Existing drugs may help in fight against Zika virus

    From these reports, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ) estimates that up to 270 babies may be born with microcephaly by 2017. Authorities continued Wednesday to carry out inspections of premises in areas where Zika clusters have been identified, conducting fumigation to destroy breeding habitats.

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  • Michel Temer jura como nuevo presidente de Brasil — ECUADOR

    El canciller de Ecuador , Guillaume Long, calificó como "un golpe contra la democracia en América Latina" a la decisión del Senado de Brasil de destituir de su cargo a la presidenta constitucional de ese país, Dilma Rousseff . Dilma y Lula son nuestros líderes y no los vamos a dejar solos. Tras una votación de 61 a favor de sacarla y 20 en contra, el Senado brasileño optó por destituirla, luego de 70 horas de acaloradas discusiones, lágrimas y peleas.

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