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  • El Salvador celebra Día Mundial del Agua con triunfo sobre la minería

    El Salvador celebra Día Mundial del Agua con triunfo sobre la minería

    Las carencias en infraestructuras, capacidad técnica e institucional y financiación explican este déficit de tratamiento en los países más pobres, cuya corrección es vital, según el estudio, para reducir los daños a los ecosistemas y crear una cultura de reutilización del agua que haga frente a la escasez.

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  • Desplazan a Regazzoni del PAMI y lo llevan a hacer campaña

    Desplazan a Regazzoni del PAMI y lo llevan a hacer campaña

    El ahora ex funcionario se reunió con el Presidente en Olivos y se confirmó que su reemplazante será Sergio Cassinotti , titular de IOMA . "El presidente Mauricio Macri mantuvo una reunión este mediodía con el titular del PAMI , Carlos Regazzoni, en la que acordaron que ocupará un rol en la campaña en la provincia de Buenos Aires.Por esa razón, Regazzoni dejará la conducción ejecutiva del PAMI ,", informó la obra social en un comunicado oficial.

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  • Crisis de la carne en Brasil es una oportunidad para Bolivia

    Crisis de la carne en Brasil es una oportunidad para Bolivia

    Según el gobierno, de los 11.000 empleados del ministerio de Agricultura, 2.300 trabajaban como inspectores de productos cárnicos y "solo 33 individuos están siendo investigados por conducta inapropiada". Temer recordó de nuevo que se trató de "un pequeño incidente" aunque admitió que es "grave". Por otro lado manifestó que el pedirá al Senasag mantenga controles más estrictos sobre el ingreso de carne de Brasil al país sobre todo con el tema del contrabando, para que no vaya entrar carne ...

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  • Anti-aging pill could be just three years away

    Anti-aging pill could be just three years away

    Researchers hope to begin testing the drug on clinical trial patients in the next six months. While we do have a few theories about why we, and other species we share the planet with, have evolved to grow old and die, we understand very little about the mechanism that makes living cells lose their ability to mend broken and damaged DNA.

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  • Contaminated breaded chicken leads to major recall

    Contaminated breaded chicken leads to major recall

    The recalled projects will have a "P-7092" inside the USDA mark of inspection. All of the recalled items were produced between December 19, 2016 and March 7, 2017. Anyone concerned about an injury or illness should contact a healthcare provider. The statement added, "There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products" and that the products "should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase".

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  • Friday forecast: Scattered storms with severe weather possible

    Friday forecast: Scattered storms with severe weather possible

    Highs will be in the mid to upper 70s. Cold temps will be with us tonight , but much warmer air is ready to move in. Right now will keep Sunday dry although with the next storm system set to come in around sunset a slight rain chance late in the afternoon is possible but better chance of showers/storms will be Sunday night.

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  • Hoy #24Mar es el Día Mundial de la Tuberculosis

    Hoy #24Mar es el Día Mundial de la Tuberculosis

    Se trata de una infección bacteriana originada por el bacilo Mycobacterium tuberculosis , el cual se transmite a través del aire y se caracteriza por la formación de tubérculos o nódulos en los tejidos infectados. Predomina en el sexo masculino, afectando principalmente a la población económicamente activa (18 a 49 años). Del total de casos, el 34.3 por ciento presentan diabetes mellitus asociada y el cuatro por ciento se vinculan a VIH/Sida.

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  • Encontraron al menos 47 cráneos en una fosa clandestina de México

    Encontraron al menos 47 cráneos en una fosa clandestina de México

    El secretario de Gobierno del estado de Querétaro, Juan Martín Granados Torres, dio a conocer que la Fiscalía General de Querétaro, abrió una carpeta de investigación en apoyo a los familias de la familia Sánchez Pérez, desaparecida en el estado de Veracruz en septiembre del año pasado; a partir de los hechos ocurridos en las últimas cuando el Fiscal General de Veracruz, Jorge Winckler , declarará que sus restos habían sido encontrados.

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  • Software detects early-stage cancer DNA using epigenetic markers

    Software detects early-stage cancer DNA using epigenetic markers

    The computer program targets specific molecular patterns in cancer DNA in a patient's blood and compares the patterns to a database of tumor epigenetics from various types of cancer. Zhou noted the importance of non-invasive methods of cancer diagnosis because the earlier a cancer is detected and caught, the higher chances a person has of defeating the disease.

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  • Soria ya piensa en la próxima eliminatoria con Bolivia

    Soria ya piensa en la próxima eliminatoria con Bolivia

    Este resultado pone a Colombia con 21 puntos y se metió nuevamente a la pelea por clasificar al Mundial Rusia 2018 , a seis del líder Brasil, mientras Bolivia se mantiene penúltima con 7 unidades a la espera de los próximos choques. Bolivia: Carlos Lampe; Diego Bejarano, Ronald Raldes, Fernando Marteli y Enrique Flores; Raúl Castro, Diego Wayar, Alejandro Bejarano y Pablo Escobar; Juan Carlos Arce y Marcelo Martins.

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  • Detroit police searching for missing 3-year-old and 1-year-old

    Detroit police searching for missing 3-year-old and 1-year-old

    Tuesday. She said she gave the kids to their father on Tuesday, but he said he gave them back to her that same day. The kids were last seen in the 900 block of Whitmore Road, northwest of Detroit . Tuesday", Detroit police say. Zamar Cox is described as a light-skinned black male that is 4 feet tall and about 45 lbs last seen wearing gray jogging trousers, red sweatshirt.

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  • UK Grants First License For Three-Parent Babies

    UK Grants First License For Three-Parent Babies

    During this procedure, scientists harvest the nucleus and DNA from the mother's egg and implant it in the donor egg, which is then fertilized and implanted through IVF. "It's a great testament to the regulatory system here in the United Kingdom that research innovation can be applied in treatment to help families affected by these devastating diseases ".

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  • More 'Significant Arrests' Made in London Attack

    More 'Significant Arrests' Made in London Attack

    The so-called Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for the attack, but there was no independent evidence to suggest the claim was credible. Brighton hotel manager Sabeur Toumi has told ITV News he asked Westminster attacker Khalid Masood "what he was doing down south" when the now-notorious guest checked in on the eve of the London atrocity.

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  • Breakfast With Easter Bunny To Be April 14

    Breakfast With Easter Bunny To Be April 14

    Children can hunt for more than 5,000 treat-filled eggs or enjoy other activities like a bounce house, the large petting zoo, pony rides, train, face painting, balloon animals, crafts and a one-on-one with the Easter Bunny. Participants must bring their own cameras and baskets. Last year's victor Leila with Fiona Hunt, manager of Hatfield Park Farm. The carnival also starts at 10 am.

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  • On World Tuberculosis Day, Doctors Warn Of New Drug-Resistant Bacteria

    A new quantitative method to estimate annual incidence of tuberculosis (TB) in India by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has depicted a clear urban rural divide for the infectious disease. The WHO estimated that in 2015 China had 57,000 cases of multidrug resistant TB. For this, we need better tools that incorporate the latest scientific breakthroughs.

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  • Decades of TB progress threatened by drug-resistant bacteria, warn experts

    Globally in 2015 there were an estimated 480,000 cases of MDR-TB - with about half in India, China and Russian Federation. Armenia's ministry of healthcare reports , this year the slogan of the worldwide health campaign is "Unite to End Tuberculosis" aimed at building public awareness about the global epidemic of tuberculosis (TB) and efforts to eliminate the disease.

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  • Scientist Invents Wine Bottle That Doesn't Drip

    Scientist Invents Wine Bottle That Doesn't Drip

    And ain't nobody got time for that. It typically results in wine running down the neck of the bottle and dripping onto whatever is beneath. We know this because he has spent the last three years studying the flow of liquid as it is poured from the wine bottle, searching for ways to save the vital droplets that inevitably venture outside.

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  • Dominion, SELC Spin Coal Ash Ruling as Victory

    Dominion, SELC Spin Coal Ash Ruling as Victory

    Removing the ash "will entail years of efforts costing hundreds of millions of dollars, for very little return", and would result in higher electric rates for customers. Dominion wanted to keep ash on site. Until 2014, Dominion Virginia Power used coal to provide electricity at the Chesapeake Energy Center. "This has established the principle that, in this court in Virginia, the Clean Water Act covers discharges to surface water by means of hydrological connections via the ...

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  • Indian-origin woman's family suspect murder due to son-in-law's affair

    Indian-origin woman's family suspect murder due to son-in-law's affair

    It has been reported that Sasikala works from home and had picked their son from school at 4 PM on Thursday. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu tweeted condolences. "Immediately thereafter, the local police seized his phone and took him to the police station for questioning". Earlier this year in February, Hyderabad's 32-year old aeronautical engineer, Srinivas Kuchibhotla was killed when Adam W Purinton, who earlier served in the USA navy, shot him in Olathe, Kansas, on ...

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  • Trump sparks storm over proposed 'gutting' of Great Lakes restoration funding

    Trump sparks storm over proposed 'gutting' of Great Lakes restoration funding

    The total funding of America's Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which funds the GRLI, is also likely to see its budget slashed from $8.2 billion to $5.7 billion, according to the same documents. The program initiated in 2010 and tackles some of the largest threats posed to the Great Lakes system, whether it be algal blooms, invasive species or pollution issues.

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  • Centre Approves 2% Hike In Dearness Allowance For Government Employees, Pensioners

    Centre Approves 2% Hike In Dearness Allowance For Government Employees, Pensioners

    Dearness allowance and dearness relief are provided to employees and pensioners to neutralise the impact of inflation on their earnings. The hike in DA would be effective from January 1, 2017. Dearness Allowance which is given generally to the employees to cope up with the inflated prices of the market was hiked by 6% to 125% of basic pay earlier in the past year.

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  • Women Blinded By Unproven Stem Cell Treatments

    Women Blinded By Unproven Stem Cell Treatments

    And they had good reason to think so - a trial describing this treatment was listed on the website ClinicalTrials.gov , a registry database run by the U.S. The stock is now trading at a little below 3 cents per share and the company is known for "really preaching the gospel for stem cell therapy and the need for less FDA oversight", said Knoepfler.

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  • Yahoo Cyber Indictment Shows Kremlin, Hackers Working Hand-in-hand

    Yahoo Cyber Indictment Shows Kremlin, Hackers Working Hand-in-hand

    The FSB is an intelligence and law enforcement agency of the Russian Federation, and it's believed that the two FSB officers work in an FSB unit that serves as the FBI's point of contact in Moscow on cyber crime matters. "But the fact that [the U.S. government is] charging two members of the FSB - the successor to the old Soviet KGB - shows the sort of cyber activities that the Russian government may be involved in", said Bays.

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  • New protections for NHS whistleblowers who raise patient safety concerns

    The government has launched a consultation on new proposals to expand protection for NHS whistleblowers. The regulations also seek to determine a timeframe in which a complaint to the tribunal must be lodged, set out the remedies that the tribunal may or must award if a complaint is upheld, and make provision as to the amount of compensation that can be awarded.

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  • Do you have TB? Here's what you should do

    Years of funding cuts to federal and state TB control programs hampered the ability of US public health officials to respond until new resources were mobilized in the 1990s. According to the World Health Organization report, Bangladesh is the first country to introduce shorter treatment regimen for MDR-TB and has achieved a high cure rate (75%) for MDR-TB patients.

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