Medical

Medical Mosquito pool in Weld County tests positive for West Nile virus
Author: 0 Mosquito pool in Weld County tests positive for West Nile virus

The virus is transmitted through mosquito bites. Health officials say West Nile Virus is the most common mosquito-borne disease in Oklahoma, and it can be deadly in seniors. While others may develop more mild symptoms such as fever, headache, body aches, nausea, vomiting, swollen lymph glands, or a rash on the chest, stomach or back lasting for a few days to several weeks.

Medical See the first movie recorded on the DNA of living cells
Author: 0 See the first movie recorded on the DNA of living cells

An image of a hand and a GIF of a horse running have both been encoded into the DNA of a bacteria . A team of biologists took advantage of the bacterial defence mechanism on which the gene editing system CRISPR is based to write an animated GIF, pixel by pixel, into a population of bacteria .

Medical Sudan's Bashir freezes talks with United States amid embargo row
Author: 0 Sudan's Bashir freezes talks with United States amid embargo row

On 11 July 2017, President Trump postponed for three months a decision on whether to permanently lift sanctions against Sudan. In connection with EO 13761, OFAC also issued a general license which temporarily lifted some of the sanctions against Sudan and allowed US persons to process transactions involving persons in Sudan; engage in imports and exports; and engage in transactions involving property in which the Government of Sudan has an interest.

Medical Gorka appears to acknowledge WH is considering handing back Russian compounds
Author: 0 Gorka appears to acknowledge WH is considering handing back Russian compounds

Former President Obama seized the compounds in December 2016, claiming they were used for spying, as part of a series of measures punishing Russian Federation for allegedly meddling in the US presidential election. "Let's see if it's possible and not prejudge". Why does President Trump continue to second guess the assertions being made by his own intelligence chiefs? "At that point, you have to move on".

Medical Linklaters Associate Is Latest Big Firm Lawyer Tied to Insider Trading Charges
Author: 0 Linklaters Associate Is Latest Big Firm Lawyer Tied to Insider Trading Charges

That was the title of an article a MIT postdoctoral associate allegedly read shortly before he used confidential information to buy stock options that federal prosecutors say made him almost $120,000. Linklaters meanwhile has released a statement, saying: 'We will continue to cooperate fully with the authorities on this matter, and the relevant associate has been suspended, pending further investigation, without access to the firm's systems and confidential information'.

Medical Researchers Printed Artificial Heart on 3D Printer
Author: 0 Researchers Printed Artificial Heart on 3D Printer

Cohrs thereby states the " goal is to develop an artificial heart that is roughly the same size as the patient's own one and which imitates the human heart as closely as possible in form and function ". Anastasios Petrou, a doctoral student of the Product Development Group Zurich, led by Professor Mirko Meboldt evaluated the performance of this soft artificial heart.

Medical Dying Army veteran's last wish: a call from you
Author: 0 Dying Army veteran's last wish: a call from you

They say there is nothing money can do to ameliorate his condition, though they want him to feel as comfortable as possible. "I guess no one wants to talk to me", said the 47-year-old veteran, who served 18½ years in the Army including a tour in Iraq.

Medical Chemical in macaroni and cheese tied to birth defects, says study
Author: 0 Chemical in macaroni and cheese tied to birth defects, says study

The most widely restricted phthalate - DEHP - was found more often and in a much higher concentration than the others in all cheese products tested. "The phthalate concentrations in powder from mac-and-cheese mixes were four times higher than in block cheese and other natural cheeses like shredded cheese, string cheese, and cottage cheese", Mike Belliveau, executive director of the Environmental Health Strategy Center, tells the Times.

Medical Markets pause four-day record run on profit-booking, muted earnings
Author: 0 Markets pause four-day record run on profit-booking, muted earnings

Indian shares closed little changed on Friday after a record rally in the last few sessions, as gains in lenders were tempered by a decline in software exporters after Tata Consultancy Services' (TCS) profit miss. AU Small Finance Bank topped the value chart on the BSE with a turnover of Rs. 4,245.56 million. Later, the Sensex remained strong, and had surged 236 points, or 0.7 percent, to 32,041 a short while ago.

Medical Panama case: Defiant Nawaz Sharif says he won't quit
Author: 0 Panama case: Defiant Nawaz Sharif says he won't quit

Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah has said Prime Minister must resign for the sake of democracy in light of charges levelled in the Panama case Joint Investigation Team's ( JIT ) report. Maryam had rejected the report, saying, "JIT report REJECTED". Mr. Sharif will be challenging the JIT report in the Supreme Court. Sharif, the son of an industrialist, has denied wrongdoing and said his family's wealth was acquired legally.

Medical Liverpool offer five-year deal to £25m-rated Atletico forward
Author: 0 Liverpool offer five-year deal to £25m-rated Atletico forward

The 22-year-old scored just eight goals in 47 appearances for Diego Simeone's side last term but manager Jurgen Klopp is impressed by the former Argentina youth worldwide. He is believed to be open to a move away from Diego Simeone's side after he struggled for game time last season, having to compete with Antoine Griezmann and fan favourite Fernando Torrres at the Vicente Calderon.

Medical Trump To French First Lady Brigitte Macron: 'You're In Such Good Shape'
Author: 0 Trump To French First Lady Brigitte Macron: 'You're In Such Good Shape'

Trump's two-day sojourn to Paris is relaxing amid a row over allegations that his family colluded with Russian Federation to win USA presidential election. "But we'll see what happens". U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday hinted a possible change in his position over the Paris climate accord from which he withdrew weeks ago.

Medical NGT bans dumping of waste within 500 metres of river Ganga
Author: 0 NGT bans dumping of waste within 500 metres of river Ganga

A bench headed by Justice Swatanter Kumar elaborated on a slew of measures to rejuvenate the Ganga, between Haridwar and Unnao, in a 543-page judgment that was pronounced on Thursday. The bench said Ganga needs a plan that is "technically feasible, economically viable and practically executable with tested modern technology, appropriate technical inputs from stakeholders and expert institutions as to performance and planning, free from fundamental errors".

Medical Nurses trying to return to work after strike locked out
Author: 0 Nurses trying to return to work after strike locked out

But the demand that the basic pay should be made Rs 20,000 is not affordable for the hospitals."If the nurses are going ahead with the strike , then we appeal to th". The union said nurses will continue to picket around the clock during the lockout. "I hope that the management of Tufts Medical Center will end this lock out and sit back down with their nurses to come to a fair agreement".

Medical Health officials warn of newly confirmed tick virus in southern Indiana
Author: 0 Health officials warn of newly confirmed tick virus in southern Indiana

For days, Wilson and her children prayed for answers. Tim Maxvill of Any Lab Test Now in Chesterfield said that so far, he has seen a few patients come into his clinic concerned about whether they've been bitten. The Heartland virus was first described in 2012, according to the CDC . The agencies have confirmed they are investigating one case of the Bourbon virus in Missouri.

Medical RBI has cut staff holidays to count junked notes: Patel
Author: 0 RBI has cut staff holidays to count junked notes: Patel

Another panel memeber added that cash in circulation can not be the basis of assessing black or white money in the economy. After the meeting, Moily said he would submit the Committee's report on " Demonetisation and Transformation towards the digital economy and Banking Sector in India - Challenges and the Way Forward" during the monsoon session of Parliament beginning Monday.

Medical McIlroy confident of finding form
Author: 0 McIlroy confident of finding form

McIlroy is coming off a missed cut at the Irish Open, a tournament of which he serves as host through his foundation. The Aberdeen Asset Management Scottish Open provides one last chance for players to secure one of the remaining qualifying places for next week's 146th Open, live on Sky Sports.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37