Medical

Medical Scientists discover new mechanisms that bacteria use to protect themselves from antibiotics
Author: 0 Scientists discover new mechanisms that bacteria use to protect themselves from antibiotics

This plan provides a roadmap to identify instances of antibiotic resistance , stop the spread of resistance, and improve the prescribing and use of antibiotics. In new research released for World Antibiotic Week by independent not-for-profit NPS MedicineWise, a survey of 2509 people revealed 35% of 16- to 24-year-olds ask health professionals for antibiotics when they have colds or flu.

Medical New York Giants Could Fire Ben McAdoo After Thanksgiving
Author: 0 New York Giants Could Fire Ben McAdoo After Thanksgiving

Much was made of the fact that beloved Vikings quarterback Teddy Bridgewater was active for the first time in 672 days on Sunday as his team took on the Washington Redskins. " Ben McAdoo's job security is fake news ". We don't want to come out here and put on a show like this against, you know, a team that didn't have any wins.

Author: 0 Nets' D'Angelo Russell has knee contusion after awkward landing

Brooklyn Nets point guard D'Angelo Russell hurt his left knee on Saturday night and could be out "several games" going forward, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The former Los Angeles Lakers draft pick was traded in te off-season with Timofey Mozgov to the Nets for Brook Lopez and Kyle Kuzma. The news is the latest injury blow for the Nets, who lost point guard Jeremy Lin for the season with a ruptured patella tendon in the season opener.

Medical Bill Gates Commits $100 Million To Fight Alzheimer's
Author: 0 Bill Gates Commits $100 Million To Fight Alzheimer's

The billionaire noted in a blog post that Alzheimer's disease is the only top 10 cause of death in the USA without any significant treatment. Gates also said he plans to invest $50 million in emerging startups that are working on unique treatments, hoping to take a data-driven approach to discover how the disease progresses in its early forms.

Medical France suggests Hariri not free, urges he play role in Lebanon
Author: 0 France suggests Hariri not free, urges he play role in Lebanon

He also stressed that he is not under arrest by the Saudi regime and will be returning to Lebanon within days. He said he made a decision to resign to save the country from imminent danger, but did not elaborate. Many Lebanese have suspected Hariri was placed under house arrest as part of a Saudi plan to unravel a coalition government he had formed a year ago with the Iran-backed militant group Hezbollah.

Medical Men more likely than women to need CPR after sex
Author: 0 Men more likely than women to need CPR after sex

According to a study by the Journal of the American College of Cardiology , the odds of suffering cardiac arrest during or soon after sex are very low. But 94% of those victims had a history of heart disease, NBC News reports . Goldberg suggested that "doctors really should be discussing this information with their patients to allay their fears they may have after a cardiac diagnosis, that most people return safely to having sexual activity".

Medical Legionnaires' disease outbreak at Disneyland sickens nine visitors
Author: 0 Legionnaires' disease outbreak at Disneyland sickens nine visitors

These towers were treated with chemicals that destroy the bacteria and are now shut down". "There is no longer any known risk associated with our facilities", officials said, according to Kron4. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notified county officials of the outbreak among people who had traveled to Orange County. One person, who had not visited Disneyland, died from the disease.

Medical 11 nations agree in principle on TPP Pacific trade deal
Author: 0 11 nations agree in principle on TPP Pacific trade deal

The TPP would improve market access and support the rule of law - and the world was "dangerously short of both", he said. Who will be the strongest political force in East Asia in 2030 and why? "I think we just have to have irons in many fires".

Medical Bengaluru police restricts procession in view of Tipu Jayanti
Author: 0 Bengaluru police restricts procession in view of Tipu Jayanti

Addressing the protesters, former Minister S.A. Ramdas said that the demonstration has been organised to condemn the Government's decision to celebrate the Jayanti of Tipu Sultan, who was a cruel ruler. Union Minister of State for Skill Development, Anantkumar Hegde has earlier opened about his displeasure towards the celebration by writing a letter to Karnataka Chief Minister's Secretariat and Uttara Kannada DC.

Medical These Toronto Students Just Won $50000 For Developing A Genius Device
Author: 0 These Toronto Students Just Won $50000 For Developing A Genius Device

Four students from Hamilton's McMaster University just won $50,000 in an worldwide competition featuring inventions by students from across the world. The electrical and biomedical engineering students from McMaster University, in Hamilton, Canada, have been named winners of the global James Dyson Award, the competition between university students and recent graduates from 23 countries.

Medical OJ Simpson Kicked Out Of Las Vegas Hotel For Being Drunk, Belligerent
Author: 0 OJ Simpson Kicked Out Of Las Vegas Hotel For Being Drunk, Belligerent

He was reportedly drunk enough that his behavior eventually broke a few glasses, at which point security was called. The outlet notes that he's been permanently banned from the Cosmopolitan. The Juice got loose at a Las Vegas hotel - getting booted after a scuffle at the bar late Wednesday, according to a report . Simpson's lawyer denies his client did any wrongdoing.

Author: 0 IUD May Reduce Cervical Cancer Risk By 30 Percent

The investigators found 16 high-quality studies that could be combined to provide an expanded picture of the risk of cervical cancer for women using an IUD . Cortessis agreed that confounding variables are a limitation of the meta-analysis. How Is The IUD Reducing The Incidence Of Cervical Cancer? "[The study] is unlikely to change clinical practice and women's opinions regarding IUD".

Medical California NAACP wants 'Star-Spangled Banner' removed as national anthem
Author: 0 California NAACP wants 'Star-Spangled Banner' removed as national anthem

A second resolution was passed in support of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick , a leader of last season's protests during the national anthem. She says there's a verse in the song, that isn't normally sung at events, that references slaves. Patrons at a Veterans of Foreign Wars post in West Sacramento disagreed.

Author: 0 "Distinct burn marks:" Woman says roommate baked her pet ferret alive

Officers arrested Clifford, who told them she killed the pet in revenge for Murray stealing her clothes, but Murray says Clifford baked Angel to death because the ferret nipped the woman. "It was just devastating ", she said as tears ran down her face. "These allegations demonstrate a profound level of sadism that is of deep concern to this court", the judge told Clifford in court, according to NECN.

Medical Roberto Martinez: 'Marouane Fellaini not fit enough to play'
Author: 0 Roberto Martinez: 'Marouane Fellaini not fit enough to play'

Fellaini has been frequently deployed by United boss Jose Mourinho this season however, he has under 12 months remaining on his contract with the Red Devils . "I have to be honest - at the moment there is nothing concrete we have with the player or Manchester United for instance". The midfielder is claiming that the boots impacted on his performance and caused him "loss of enjoyment, inconvenience and impact on performance".

Medical Super Eagles players are bench warmers in Europe, says Algeria coach
Author: 0 Super Eagles players are bench warmers in Europe, says Algeria coach

An global investment and holding company, Tropical General Investment (TGI) Group has advised the Super Eagles to aim for victory in the last World Cup qualification match with the Fennecs of Algeria. "We only have three days to prepare for Algeria because the game is taking place on Friday, but we have the opportunity in the second game to see everybody".

Medical Tons Of Prescription Drugs Collected In DEA Take Back
Author: 0 Tons Of Prescription Drugs Collected In DEA Take Back

People in New Hampshire dropped off 13,160 pounds of expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs during the 14th National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on October 28, officials announced Tuesday. Across the state, 177 police departments participated in the collection of 14,527 pounds of prescription drugs, said Valerie A. Nickerson, special agent in charge of the DEA's New Jersey Division.

Author: 0 Pokémon Go developer Niantic working on Harry Potter game

You may have heard of a little something known as Pokemon Go . Details on the game are scant, but it expected to allow players to blend the real world around them with the fantasy of J.K. This game is also going to be based on augmented reality much like the way Pokemon Go was. The title is allegedly set to launch at some point in 2018, but no specific availability windows have yet been provided.