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Medical 9-year-old boy with cancer, who asked for Christmas cards, dies
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After Jacob was admitted to the Barbara Bush Children's Hospital on October 11, doctors discovered that the neuroblastoma had spread to his head and was incurable, according to a GoFundMe page set up by his mother. "Jacob passed away peacefully following his 4 year battle with neuroblastoma". 'We hope that Jacob's story and the enormous outpouring of support from around the world will have a lasting impact on raising awareness for this disease, ' the family continued.

Medical Rajamouli's Multi Starrer movie with Ram Charan, Jr NTR
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Talking of Ram Charan and Jr NTR , they have both worked with Rajamouli in the past. The shooting will start from May 2018. At present, RC is busy in Rangastalam movie. It is believed that the movie will be an intriguing social drama, though the rest of the details are unclear. While fans thought that they might be in the cast of SS Rajamouli's next film after his magnum opus Baahubali 2 - The Conclusion, RGV, however, had different thoughts in his cryptic mind.

Medical Owning A Dog Could Help You Live Longer (Especially If You're Single)
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A recent study which analyzed 3.4 million Swedish civilians has found that people that have dogs present a lower risk of death by cardiovascular disease and other issues when compared with that of people without a canine pet . "Other explanations include increased wellbeing and social contacts or effects of the dog on the bacterial microbiome in the owner", says Tove Fall , senior author of the study and associate professor in epidemiology at Uppsala University .

Medical Fiji send New Zealand Kiwis tumbling out of Rugby League World Cup
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Fiji dominated the opening half but only had two points from a Apisai Koroisau penalty at the break. New Zealand had been looking to get back on track after a stunning upset at the hands of the Tongans last week, the first by a tier two nation against tier one opposition at a World Cup.

Medical Ahsan Iqbal hopes Faizabad sit-in will soon end peacefully
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The TLY had occupied the Faizabad Bridge which connects Rawalpindi and Islamabad through the Islamabad Expressway and Murree Road, both of which are the busiest roads in the twin cities. Justice Siddiqui maintained that the administration failed to play its due role in resolving the crisis and merely watched the spectacle unfold as a "cricket spectator".

Author: 0 California employers added jobs in October, and unemployment rate fell

The region lost 83,100 jobs year-over-year in September 2009. The largest month-over-month decline was in professional and business services, down 1,400 jobs to 300,600. However, the unadjusted rate was lower in June this year at 3.6 percent. The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate for California was 4.9 percent in October, down from 5.1 percent in September and down from 5.3 percent in October 2016.

Medical Controversial surgeon says human head transplant 'imminent'
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Speaking at a press conference in Vienna on Friday afternoon, Canavero, director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, announced that a team at Harbin Medical University had "realised the first human head transplant" and promised that an operation on a live human will take place "imminently".

Medical Schumacher's F2001 sells for record $7.5m
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The sale soared past its pre-sale estimate of US$4 to 5 million at Sotheby's flagship post-war and contemporary November evening art sale. The F2001 carried the seven-time Formula One world champion to his fourth drivers' title and his second with Ferrari.

Medical Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang suspended by Borussia Dortmund for 'disciplinary reasons'
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The Gabon global has netted 10 goals in 11 games this season and the club gave no further reason for dropping him, other than to confirm it was for a breach of discipline. Now, more information has emerged following his suspension and it doesn't look good for the 28-year-old. Aubameyang has made 17 appearances this season, scoring 15 goals and assisting one further strike.

Medical Gigi Hadid will not be walking in the Victorias Secret Fashion Show
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Neither Gigi nor Victorias Secret have given a reason for Gigi's absence from this year's show. Chinese internet users lashed out at Hadid after her sister Bella-another of the three dozen or more models expected in Shanghai-posted an Instagram video in February showing Gigi squinting her eyes while holding up a Buddha-shaped cookie.

Medical Indians are still hopelessly in love with Narendra Modi
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Union Law Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Thursday drew media's attention towards the "detailed" survey by the US-based think tank which, Prasad emphasised, was "well reputed and credible". "Three years into Modi's five-year tenure, the honeymoon period for his administration may be over, but the public's love affair with current conditions in India is even more intense", a note explaining the results of the survey said.

Medical Rose McGowan to plead not guilty
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McGowan said she had left her bag containing her wallet unattended during the January flight and filed a lost-luggage claim after noticing it was missing while waiting at baggage claim, and also tweeted to United Airlines. McGowan believes the warrant, arrest, and charges are related to speaking out about Weinstein. I have been maligned, and you know what? Though she accepted a settlement from Weinstein and agreed not to disclose details about allegations that he raped her, McGowan had been ...

Medical Thursday is Great American Smokeout
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While cigarette smoking rates in the USA have dropped from 42 percent in 1965 to 15.1 percent in 2015, cigar, pipe, and hookah use are very much on the rise. Doctors say if you quit now, you can buy back years of your life. Kelley said he sees the long-term effects every day that smoking has on his patients, especially during treatment for those who end up with lung cancer.

Medical Tips on How to Lower Your Blood Pressure
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The American Heart Association's recent decision - to lower the baseline blood pressure parameters and redefine high blood pressure as a reading of 130/80, down from 140/90 - has been welcomed by various city-based cardiologists and surgeons.

Medical Court dissolves main opposition party
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He pointed to the fact that the president of the supreme court , Dith Munthy, 76, had been a member of Hun Sen's ruling party since 1989 and continued to serve on two committees. But Kingsley Abbott, of the Geneva-based International Commission of Jurists (ICJ), said the "misuse of the courts to dissolve the CNRP is one of the gravest threats to human rights and representative democracy modern Cambodia has seen".

Medical Carbon emissions up, 'time is running out,' warn scientists
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The report said emissions around the world were rising this year - ending a three-year period of nearly zero rise in emissions - because China's emissions are projected to increase 3.5%. In 2017, Carbon dioxide emissions from fossil fuels and industry are projected to grow by 2% (0.8% to 3%). Both Yang and Myllyvirta expect coal consumption for 2018 to go back into decline, and carbon emissions to correspondingly slow or level off next year.