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Medical 1 person dead, 25 infected after Salmonella outbreak — CDC
Author: 0 1 person dead, 25 infected after Salmonella outbreak — CDC

Health officials said they are still investigating the multistage outbreak of salmonella kiambu infections, which has caused 12 hospitalizations and one death, that occurred in New York City. Consumers are advised to throw out this brand and type of papayas rather than risk eating them. Pennsylvania has four recorded cases while Iowa, Minnesota, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Kentucky, Utah, and Texas each have one case.

Author: 0 Spieth leads Open by two as Birkdale bares teeth

She threw high winds and torrential rain across the Royal Birkdale course but the two-time major champion took it all in his stride. Spieth didn't drop a shot on the front nine, making three birdies and no bogeys as he tries to win his first British Open title.

Medical Release of 20 million mosquitoes aims to curb mosquito population
Author: 0 Release of 20 million mosquitoes aims to curb mosquito population

The release is an attempt to decrease the population of a certain mosquito species that have been in the central valley since 2013. The released mosquitoes will be bred and infected with Wolbachia - a bacterium that is "naturally found in at least 40 percent of all insect species", according to The Scientist magazine .

Medical What makes dogs our best pals? Answer's in their genes
Author: 0 What makes dogs our best pals? Answer's in their genes

VonHoldt previously described the canine analog to the part of the human genome called the Williams-Beuren syndrome critical region (WBSCR). Your dog is basically a super social wolf, and scientists may have found the gene that makes him want to cuddle with you.

Medical Oil rises on weak dollar, Gulf tensions as producers set to meet
Author: 0 Oil rises on weak dollar, Gulf tensions as producers set to meet

Both Brent and US crude tumbled more than a dollar a barrel and were headed toward weekly losses of more than 1.3 percent after Petro-Logistics said OPEC crude production would rise 145,000 barrels per day (bpd) this month. This bearish data failed to derail the recovery seen in crude oil prices and instead investors cheered data pointing to increase in demand from China.

Medical How cows are boosting the search for an HIV vaccine
Author: 0 How cows are boosting the search for an HIV vaccine

Burton, Ph.D., a lead author on the study, director of the NIH's Center for HIV/AIDS Vaccine Immunology and Immunogen Discovery and scientific director of the IAVI Neutralizing Antibody Consortium at TSRI. Cows naturally produce even longer amino acids strings in that same region. Of course cows can not be infected with HIV, but the results of the study did confirm the team's speculation that the long-arm loops are key.

Medical Charlie Gard's father yells 'evil' as new scan revealed
Author: 0 Charlie Gard's father yells 'evil' as new scan revealed

Charlie Gard's parents are preparing for the latest stage of their legal fight over treatment for the terminally ill baby. During the hearing, which was scheduled for Mr Justice Francis to make case directions, barrister Grant Armstrong, representing the boy's parents, told the court that the baby had undergone further scans in the past few days.

Medical Philip Morris International Inc
Author: 0 Philip Morris International Inc

In the last reported quarter, Philip Morris International Inc reported its Actual EPS ( earnings per share ) of $0.98/share where most of the analysts working on this stock were estimating the EPS to be $1.03/share. Robert W. Baird maintained Syntel, Inc. The rating was maintained by Canaccord Genuity with "Buy" on Tuesday, March 15. The stock of Lindsay Corporation (NYSE:LNN) earned "Sell" rating by Stifel Nicolaus on Thursday, June 2.

Medical Dramatic video captures firefighters resuscitating a dog rescued from fire
Author: 0 Dramatic video captures firefighters resuscitating a dog rescued from fire

The dog, named Jack, was unresponsive and limp in the arms of a firefighter who carried him out of the smoky house and laid him on his side on the front lawn. After a few moments he slowly began to respond, ensuring a happy ending for both the firefighters and Jack's owners. The Bakersfield Fire Department posted the video to its Facebook page on Wednesday, where it has been viewed almost 700,000 times.

Medical Rotary Drilling Rig Market Global Insights and Trends to 2022
Author: 0 Rotary Drilling Rig Market Global Insights and Trends to 2022

The global NFC-enabled Handsets Market consists of different worldwide, regional, and local vendors. The advanced technological trends and various new opportunities are also provided in this research report . Then, the report focuses on global major leading industry players with information such as company profiles, product picture and specifications, sales, market share and contact information.

Medical Boy Literally Stumbles Upon Rare Fossil of Prehistoric Animal
Author: 0 Boy Literally Stumbles Upon Rare Fossil of Prehistoric Animal

According to him, we are talking about the remains of an ancestor of the elephant. But they're still very rare. "[My brother] Hunter said it was just a big fat rotten cow ", Jude told Fox News. This skull is actually delicate: it is mostly hollow, its surface thin as eggshell. That makes the thing extremely fragile and the only thing holding it together is the sediment surrounding it.

Medical Trump Actually Thinks Heath Insurance Costs One Dollar Per Month
Author: 0 Trump Actually Thinks Heath Insurance Costs One Dollar Per Month

So Trump's explanation of how the system should/could work doesn't make sense even if you give him the benefit of the doubt on the $12 number. Times reporter Maggie Haberman then asked Trump if he was "generally of the view that people should have health care", to which Trump responded, "Yes, yes".

Medical Oxygen Therapy helps toddler recover from severe brain damage
Author: 0 Oxygen Therapy helps toddler recover from severe brain damage

This reversal of brain damage is believed to a be a world first, according to LSU Health. They reached out to Dr. Paul Harch to see if hyperbaric treatment could help Eden . But Eden's case could mean big things for the future of all drowning victims, especially kids, as doctors say it was Eden's still-developing brain that helped them in helping her.

Medical Texas Coffee Recalled Because It Has an Ingredient Similar to Viagra
Author: 0 Texas Coffee Recalled Because It Has an Ingredient Similar to Viagra

Coffee from a North Texas company is being recalled for containing an ingredient similar to Viagra , the FDA says. Each box sold came with 25 13-gram packs of instant coffee. It is common for men with diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or heart disease to be prescribed nitrates. No illnesses have been reported so far.

Medical UN Report Proclaims HIV Infections, Deaths Declining
Author: 0 UN Report Proclaims HIV Infections, Deaths Declining

It says about 36.7 million around the world were living with the disease past year. Experts warned, however, that much of the progress can be undone by growing resistance to HIV drugs. This includes a 56% drop in new HIV infections among children. Deaths from AIDS-related illnesses were 27% lower among women and girls in 2016 than they were among men and boys, but AIDS remains the leading cause of death among women aged 15-49 years globally, and is the second leading cause of death for ...

Medical Pierce County man contracts West Nile virus
Author: 0 Pierce County man contracts West Nile virus

In Iowa, A middle age man from Ida County tested positive for the virus. Outdoor activities at dusk or dawn , when mosquitos are most active, should also be avoided. Clair County", Eckert said. Recently two pools of mosquitoes have tested positive for the West Nile virus. "It's just a matter of when they're going to find it in most of the counties in IN, so it comes down to personal protection and trying to eliminate mosquito breeding grounds".

Medical A third of dementia cases may be preventable, global study says
Author: 0 A third of dementia cases may be preventable, global study says

It identifies nine key risk factors including failing to seek treatment for depression, lack of education, hearing loss , smoking and physical inactivity. Meanwhile, in later life , they said stopping smoking would be important to reduce exposure to neurotoxins, and improve cardiovascular health which, in turn, affects brain health .

Medical Ambush claim 'ludicrous,' says family attorney of slain Australian
Author: 0 Ambush claim 'ludicrous,' says family attorney of slain Australian

Mr Yanez was acquitted of manslaughter and firearm charges but the family won $3m (£2.4m) in compensation. That's when Ruszczyk approached Harrity's driver's side window, Harrity told investigators. The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said forensic testing is being completed and evidence is still being examined before possible charges are brought.

Medical Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD) HCV Portfolio Strengthened With Vosevi Approval
Author: 0 Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ:GILD) HCV Portfolio Strengthened With Vosevi Approval

The remaining clinical need to treat HCV patients is a safe and effective cure for patients who have failed previous therapy with DAA regimens, including those with NS5A inhibitors. That means that patients had no virus detected in their blood 12-weeks after treatment.The results from both clinical trials are outstanding. Gilead is out with a brand-new second-line hepatitis C treatment-but the length of its dosing schedule could set the company back down the line, one analyst predicts.