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Medical Is there a case for PSA screening, after all?
Author: 0 Is there a case for PSA screening, after all?

In 2009, a pair of long-awaited clinical trials on the testing - one from Europe, the other from the United States - were published. The US study called that Prostate, Lung, Colorectal, and Ovarian Cancer Screening (PLCO) Trial screening men for prostate cancer does not yield in positive results that is does not save lives.

Medical What is Labor Day and why are we celebrating?
Author: 0 What is Labor Day and why are we celebrating?

While most people today think of Labor Day as the last weekend of summer, it was actually founded to recognize the men and women and "industrial spirit" of the American workforce. Thank goodness some office workers and bankers are also off work today or they could just call it "non-essential government workers day off". Labor Day, like similar holidays, can be slower than normal.

Medical US Celebrates Labor Day
Author: 0 US Celebrates Labor Day

Many workers ended up losing a day's pay in order to participate in the parade. "We want more school houses and less jails; more books and less arsenals; more learning and less vice; more constant work and less crime; more leisure and less greed; more justice and less revenge; in fact, more of the opportunities to cultivate our better natures".

Medical Labor Day 2017: When is Labour Day Celebrated in Different Countries?
Author: 0 Labor Day 2017: When is Labour Day Celebrated in Different Countries?

For workers in some of the fastest-growing sectors of our economy, however, Labor Day is nothing but another day at work. Monday is Labor Day when we salute all American workers, those wearing blue and white shirts, a day off for most and thoughts about the American work ethic and the technical minds who have made the country No.

Medical What is Labor Day?
Author: 0 What is Labor Day?

Though it was originally celebrated by street parades and festivals for workers and their families, now officials address are more likely to address the nation through newspapers, televisions and the web, and families spend their weekend at cookouts, shopping or packing up their white clothes for the remainder of the year.

Medical Rohingya refugees pour into Bangladesh; camps at full capacity
Author: 0 Rohingya refugees pour into Bangladesh; camps at full capacity

The 20-year-old, who survived being shot by the Taliban in Pakistan, condemned the treatment of the Rohingya people and appealed to Myanmar's leader and fellow Nobel Prize victor Aung San Suu Kyi to resolve the crisis. Retno is scheduled to meet Myanmar State Counsellor Daw Aung San Suu Kyi on Monday. Burmese security officials and insurgents from the Rohingya are accusing each other of burning down villages and committing atrocities in Rakhine state in the west of the country.

Author: 0 Lynton Crosby warned Theresa May calling snap election carried risk

Nearly six out of ten voters say it would be "bad" for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union without a Brexit deal. The memo written in April, just days before Mrs May announced her surprise decision, said voters did not want the uncertainty an election would cause.

Medical Senator Ted Cruz Tours Harvey Disaster Areas
Author: 0 Senator Ted Cruz Tours Harvey Disaster Areas

In an interview on MSNBC on Monday, Cruz said he voted against the $51 billion aid package because it was " filled with unrelated pork " - a claim Christie called "dead wrong". Ted Cruz, who hails from flood-ravaged Houston. Republicans appear to believe disaster relief is one of the important things government should do - but it depends on where the disaster hits and which Americans are affected.

Medical Blue Jays look to take series from Orioles
Author: 0 Blue Jays look to take series from Orioles

This seemed to spark something in Barney who hit his fourth homer of the season an inning later-a two-run shot also to left centre field-to extend the Blue Jays lead to seven heading into the bottom of the eighth. "Obviously, tonight I wasn't able to do that". RHP Luis Santos , 26, made his major league debut in the fifth inning Saturday for the Blue Jays. Gausman gave up five hits, struck out eight and walked just one batter, but left a game that was still scoreless after issuing that lone ...

Medical North Korea 'conducts nuclear test after making hydrogen bomb claims'
Author: 0 North Korea 'conducts nuclear test after making hydrogen bomb claims'

The bomb's power, which state media describes as "destructive", can be detonated at higher altitudes and gives the country the ability to produce a large number of nuclear weapons, Reuters reported . On Tuesday, Pyongyang fired a missile over northern Japan into the Pacific Ocean. "Though we cannot verify the claim, (North Korea) wants us to believe that it can launch a thermonuclear strike now, if it is attacked".

Medical Angels acquire Brandon Phillips from Braves
Author: 0 Angels acquire Brandon Phillips from Braves

He will be eligible for the Angels' postseason roster if Los Angeles makes it. According to Mark Bowman of MLB .com, the Braves will receive minor league catcher Tony Sanchez . Phillips' OPS is.752, and he has dipped under.700 in only one season since 2004. Now in his 16th major league season, Phillips has not committed an error at third base in 25 games played at the position this season.

Author: 0 Swiss National Bank Increases Stake in Marathon Petroleum Corporation

The firm has "Overweight" rating given on Monday, October 12 by JP Morgan. The firm's market capitalization is $9.45 billion. Marathon Petroleum Corporation ( NYSE MPC ) started trading at 52.45 on early Friday. It has a 26.26 P/E ratio. Investors sentiment increased to 1.18 in 2016 Q4. Its down 0.03, from 1.08 in 2016Q3. It turned negative, as 66 investors sold MPC shares while 252 reduced holdings.

Medical Beaumont mom dies saving her daughter during Harvey flooding
Author: 0 Beaumont mom dies saving her daughter during Harvey flooding

Beaumont police identified the mother as 41-year-old Colette Sulcer and said her daughter was being treated for hypothermia but doing well . When the team spotted a small pink backpack, they pulled her and her mother aboard. 'But it's heart-wrenching to think of her growing up without her mother'. Riley said that Sulcer's family is devastated by her death, but "counting their blessings when they can".

Medical Indivior shares plunge almost 40pc as patent ruling threatens drug's sales
Author: 0 Indivior shares plunge almost 40pc as patent ruling threatens drug's sales

Suboxone (buprenorphine and naloxone) sublingual film, which is indicated for the maintenance treatment of opioid dependence, was developed by Reckitt Benckiser using MonoSol Rx's PharmFilm technology. Reddy's, on the other hand, still needs to get an approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. "Clearly, as a result of the court ruling, the risk to the guidance related to the launch of a generic Suboxone Film has significantly increased", said Indivior , which was spun off from ...

Medical More than 37 percent of West Virginia adults are obese
Author: 0 More than 37 percent of West Virginia adults are obese

The most-obese states, with rates in the more than 35 percent range, are clustered in the deep south and Appalachia, with Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Arkansas and West Virginia as the top five. The 26 to 44 age group had a rate of 38.2 percent; 65 and older was 32.4 percent; and 18 to 25 was the lowest with 26 percent. In 2006, rates increased in 31 states; in 2010, rates increased in 16 states.

Medical SF reject DUP call for a
Author: 0 SF reject DUP call for a "parallel process" at Stormont

Mr Wilson, MP for East Antrim, had just a week earlier said that the talks process with Sinn Fein was a "sham", due to the "unrealistic" demands on issues such as the Irish language. Ms Foster proposed the immediate restoration of the Assembly along with a parallel, time-limited process to introduce legislation around culture and language but this was dismissed by Ms O'Neill.

Medical Older Dads Are More Common Than Ever Before
Author: 0 Older Dads Are More Common Than Ever Before

Few men older than 50 are becoming fathers of newborns; they account for 0.9 percent of all births, the investigators found. The findings are based on an analysis of all live births reported to a federal data depository in the U.S. The study, which appears in the journal Human Reproduction , found that this trend isn't exclusive to one area or background: Dads all across the USA, from all racial and ethnic groups, socioeconomic groups and educational levels have gotten older (though the ...

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