• Hyderabad to ensure hospitals well equipped to deal with Nipah virus
Hyderabad to ensure hospitals well equipped to deal with Nipah virus

Lini , who was aware about the seriousness of her illness, had scribbled an emotional last letter to Sajeesh saying, "I am nearly on the way". Ms Puthussery had two sons, aged two and five. Netizens hailed her sacrifice on social media and doctors called her a hero. Out of the many tributes, Kerala Chief Minister - Pinarayi Vijayan named her ...

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  • Nipah advisory for health societies
Nipah advisory for health societies

The samples from bats found dead in Himachal Pradesh, which were sent to the National Institute of Virology in Pune, have been found negative, the officer said . The Collector said that the advisory has been issued by the hospitals to their staff and a press release has been given to them. According to reports, it was confirmed that the victim had...

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  • Ex-Bills OL Incognito taken into custody
Ex-Bills OL Incognito taken into custody

O'Brien told The Associated Press on Thursday that Incognito also ripped apart a boxing mannequin and slammed his knee into its head, and feared Incognito might do the same to him. 'I just want him to get help, ' Mark said. He is under involuntary psychiatric evaluation but was not technically arrested. Once OTAs started, however, Incognito reporte...

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  • Rare Nipah virus claims fourth family member in India
Rare Nipah virus claims fourth family member in India

That time, the first infected were pigs that got the virus from fruit bats before transmitting it to pig farmers. About 160 samples have been sent for testing at the virology institute and 13 cases have been found to be positive, she said.

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  • Some Teething Medicines Unsafe for Children
Some Teething Medicines Unsafe for Children

In addition, the FDA has asked manufacturers of OTC benzocaine-containing oral drug products to make changes to the labeling with regard to use in adults and children over the age of 2. The Food and Drug Administration warned parents on Wednesday about the dangers of using teething products that contain the popular numbing agent benzocaine.

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  • Trump CANNOT block anyone on Twitter, court rules
Trump CANNOT block anyone on Twitter, court rules

But he can't prevent his critics from participating in a public forum, which is what his Twitter feed has become. The case against the president was instituted by the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University and seven individuals blocked by Trump after they criticised him.

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  • 'Scary' how much Trump knew about my daughter: Bill Gates
'Scary' how much Trump knew about my daughter: Bill Gates

In the new footage, showing him speaking in front of an audience at a Gates Foundation event, Mr Gates said: "He wanted to know the difference between HIV and HPV ". The latter, human papillomavirus, is a sexually transmitted infection that is responsible for causing genital warts or cervical cancer . HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus , ...

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  • FDA approved a new drug to prevent migraine problems
FDA approved a new drug to prevent migraine problems

The drug is the first FDA-approved treatment, specifically developed to treat migraine by blocking calcitonin gene-related peptide ("CGRP") receptor. Amgen and Novartis' Aimovig has become the first anti-CGRP therapy to win regulatory clearance in the United States, winning approval for migraine prevention.

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  • Fears in DRC as Ebola spreads to urban centre
Fears in DRC as Ebola spreads to urban centre

Mbandaka is about 120 kilometers north of Bikoro, a rural area where the outbreak was first detected. A newly confirmed case in a densely populated part of the country will complicate attempts to control the outbreak, the statement said. World Health Organization now calls the risk to the public in Congo "very high" and the regional risk high, with...

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  • Coli update: You can now safely eat romaine again
Coli update: You can now safely eat romaine again

So, it should no longer be in stores and restaurants because of its three-week shelf life. That brings the total number of cases to 172, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. It is unlikely that any romaine lettuce from the Yuma area still is available in people's homes, stores or restaurants due to its 21-day shelf life. Th...

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  • Health officials say record number of Californians diagnosed with STDs a year ago
Health officials say record number of Californians diagnosed with STDs a year ago

New at-home kit promises to be the Amazon of STD testingThat's a 45 percent increase compared to five years ago. According to the state report , officials are most concerned about an uptick in the number of stillbirths due to congenital syphilis .

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  • Hamilton cruises to victory
Hamilton cruises to victory

After edging out Bottas for pole, Hamilton roared off the line to retain his lead on the 200mph charge to the opening bend, while Vettel got the jump on Bottas after a gutsy move around the outside of the Finn. If it's cold, like it has been in the coolest days here, it could be hard, but we definitely go there on a high note - and we definitely do...

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  • Fox Was 'Emboldened' to Revive 'Last Man Standing' After 'Roseanne' Reboot Exploded
Fox Was 'Emboldened' to Revive 'Last Man Standing' After 'Roseanne' Reboot Exploded

It's a great length of time for a single-camera comedy. Walden praised the cast and writing of " Brooklyn Nine-Nine" but said that the decision not to renew it for another season came down to scheduling and being unable to put it on Sunday prime time, where it performed best.

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  • PD: 16 arrested after
PD: 16 arrested after "Poor People's Campaign" protest in Hartford

The protesters aligned with the Minnesota Poor People's Campaign: A National Call for Moral Revival focused their opposition to proposals at the Legislature that would pre-empt city governments from passing their own minimum wage or paid-leave ordinances.

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  • 200 million eggs have been recalled for salmonella risk: Are yours included?
200 million eggs have been recalled for salmonella risk: Are yours included?

When Rose Acre Farms was asked by the Washington Post about the situation, they were highly disheartened by the additional illnesses. The eggs were sold under the following brand names: Country Daybreak, Crystal Farms, Coburn Farms, Sunshine Farms, Glenview, Great Value, as well as Food Lion stores, according to the FDA website.

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  • Why WWE couldn't wait for Ronda Rousey's first title match
Why WWE couldn't wait for Ronda Rousey's first title match

This comes as a shock to many who thought WWE may hold off on a Rousey title run until WrestleMania 35 next year, after taking time to build "The Baddest Woman on the Planet". I've never been in a ring with somebody like Ronda. Rousey earned a large amount of praise for her performance at WrestleMania , in which she traded blows with both Mc...

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  • Man Donated Enough Blood To Save 2 Million Children
Man Donated Enough Blood To Save 2 Million Children

Harrison's blood can help women and unborn babies with Rh incompatibility . They realized they could administer Anti-D to mothers and save the babies. Bags of donated blood plasma . The Blood Solution is likewise today releasing a require even more male benefactors to adhere to in Mr Harrison's footprints.

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  • 1 sickened in Colorado from salmonella outbreak linked to NC eggs
1 sickened in Colorado from salmonella outbreak linked to NC eggs

The CDC continues to recommend consumers, restaurants, and retailers should not eat, serve, or sell recalled eggs produced by Rose Acre Farms' Hyde County farm. Out of the 25 sickened individuals who provided complete details, 22 people, or 88 percent, said that they fell ill after eating shell eggs. 450 people were sickened by three different ...

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  • Children's Mental Health Awareness Day
Children's Mental Health Awareness Day

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild is scheduled to read a Mental Health Awareness proclamation. Mental health is important for the overall well-being of a person, but mental illness is so common that at least one in five people in Tennessee suffer from the problem.

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  • Authorities Add 4 More Murder Charges To Golden State Killer
Authorities Add 4 More Murder Charges To Golden State Killer

DeAngelo was arrested last month and remains in Sacramento County Jail. He is believed responsible for the murders of Cheri Domingo, 35, Gregory Sanchez, 27, Dr. The accused serial killer worked as a police officer from 1973 to 1979 until he was terminated for allegedly stealing "a hammer and a can of dog repellent".

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