• A new camera can see through the human body
A new camera can see through the human body

The camera that can see through the human body using light has been created to help physicians track medical tools called endoscopes , which are commonly used to examine patients' internal conditions. Prof Kev Dhaliwal, of the University of Edinburgh, said: "It has huge potential for diverse applications, such as the one described in this work"....

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  • Briton accused of sexually abusing blind children at Indian school
Briton accused of sexually abusing blind children at Indian school

In a preliminary probe, the police have reportedly found objectionable videos of children on his laptop. Ward is said to have been working for Sterlite Technology Limited in Gurgaon till April this year, reported The Indian Express . In February 2017, he had suffered a paralytic attack and since then, has been under treatment. They have also rec...

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  • Apple launches Beats Studio3 wireless headphones with Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling feature
Apple launches Beats Studio3 wireless headphones with Pure Adaptive Noise Cancelling feature

The Beats Studio 3 Wireless headphones are available now for $349.95/£299.95, and feature Apple's W1 chip , which the company says will make switching between Apple devices via Bluetooth as seamless as possible. Pure ANC-off for low power mode provides up to 40 hours of battery life. And when they run out of juice, the headphones can be ...

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  • Is Zika virus the key to killing brain cancer cells?
Is Zika virus the key to killing brain cancer cells?

Louis and the University of California San Diego School of Medicine said Tuesday. While the Zika virus is incredibly damaging to infants in the womb, leading to microcephaly and other brain malformations in some babies, its effects on adult humans are generally far less severe, with cases of meningoencephalitis rare.

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  • Girl may have got malaria in hospital
Girl may have got malaria in hospital

Cases of malaria have drastically dropped in Italy since the late 1930s, and the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the country officially free of the disease by 1970. Two children were under therapy for malaria at the same health facility on the same days, and there were early speculations this could have played a role in the case.

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  • Stephen Hawking's alien-hunting mission 'hears 15 odd signals from distant galaxy'
Stephen Hawking's alien-hunting mission 'hears 15 odd signals from distant galaxy'

According to Breakthrough Listen , an initiative to find signs of intelligent life in the universe, 15 fast radio bursts were detected emanating from the "mysterious repeater" FRB 121102. The Breakthrough project does not beam signals onto space because it believes there's more to learn from simply listening. Over five hours of observation, he a...

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  • Logic Joins New Mental Health Awareness Campaign For Radio
Logic Joins New Mental Health Awareness Campaign For Radio

This morning Sandie Heirwegh of True Experience in Dunnville joined us with more on what they'll be doing. "We hope that by supporting one another and working together to raise awareness about suicide, we can ultimately save lives". The conversation will be led by BJ Shea from KISW-FM in Seattle with guidance and resources from Christine Moutie...

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  • Is there a case for PSA screening, after all?
Is there a case for PSA screening, after all?

Even though no clinical trials had been conducted, the PSA test "became adopted very rapidly because of the feeling that early detection should be beneficial to reduce the risk of dying from prostate cancer", Etzioni said. Already earlier this year, the USPSTF modified its recommendation against general PSA testing and advised men to make individu...

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  • 'Mangaluru Chalo' bike rally: BJP defies order, clashes with police in Bengaluru
'Mangaluru Chalo' bike rally: BJP defies order, clashes with police in Bengaluru

The Congress government, on the other hand, has called the rally an attempt to stoke tensions in the communally sensitive region. Senior party leaders, including state unit chief B S Yeddyurappa, were expected to take part in the rally at Mangaluru on September 7.

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  • One NSCN(K) militant killed in Arunachal encounter
One NSCN(K) militant killed in Arunachal encounter

In June 2015, Indian Army is believed to have carried out a surgical strike on the Naga militants inside the Myanmar territory, to avenge the killing of 18 men from the Dogra regiment of the Indian Army in an ambush at Chandel in Manipur.

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  • Nigerian Businessman Promises Super Eagles $20000 For Every Goal Against Cameroon
Nigerian Businessman Promises Super Eagles $20000 For Every Goal Against Cameroon

Nigeria won the first leg 4-0 in Uyo on Match Day 3, the Indomitable Lions needed to halt the Super Eagles' stride which has placed them top of the group. They did very well and deserve a pat on the back. "His efforts meant a lot to the team". Cameroon coach Hugo Broos has promised to help the Super Eagles qualify for the 2018 World Cup after ...

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  • Labor Day 2017: When is Labour Day Celebrated in Different Countries?
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.

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  • Celebrate workers on Labor Day
Celebrate workers on Labor Day

The first Labor Day celebrated on the books dates back to NY in 1882. The American worker is not living the dream those who celebrated the first Labor Day envisioned for our country. But other historians propose that another man, Matthew Maguire, a machinist, was the founder of the holiday. In 1894, Congress passed legislation setting aside t...

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  • What is Labor Day?
What is Labor Day?

The first Monday in September became a federal holiday later that year following the deaths of strikers who were killed as US soldiers broke up a strike involving workers in the Chicago area who crippled railroad traffic across the nation over low wages and poor treatment of workers .

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  • What is Labor Day and Why Do Americans Celebrate It?
What is Labor Day and Why Do Americans Celebrate It?

While many countries follow the date was chosen by a pan-national organization of socialist and communist political parties for labour day celebrations, in other countries Labour Day is celebrated on a different date, often one with special significance for the labour movement in that country.

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  • Lots of folks seem to labor on Labor Day
Lots of folks seem to labor on Labor Day

Today the world of work is changing again, more rapidly than ever before. In some communities, Labor Day is the last day before the school year starts for children. The Bahamas celebrates labour day as a national holiday on first Friday in June. There are now 28 Right to Work states in America, with Kentucky and Missouri joining the ranks earlier...

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  • Silence over transplants adding to fatal shortage of organs, says NHS
Silence over transplants adding to fatal shortage of organs, says NHS

Nine seriously-ill patients from Blackpool died before they could get an organ transplant in the last 10 years, new figures have revealed. . Across Lancashire, 134 people have died while on the waiting list in the past decade, with 133 now in need of a life-saving transplant.

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  • Organ donors should let family know of intentions, says NHS
Organ donors should let family know of intentions, says NHS

Research shows women are 30% more likely to start a conversation about organ donation than men. On August 25, there were 6,414 people in need of a new organ on the transplant waiting list. Aoife O'Sullivan from Leigh-on-Sea in Essex, died aged four in March 2016 waiting for a heart transplant. "Of course we want more people". When asked how l...

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  • FSU's Deondre Francois suffers late leg injury vs Alabama; severity unknown
FSU's Deondre Francois suffers late leg injury vs Alabama; severity unknown

Coach Jimbo Fisher is expected to have a further update, including when Francois is expected to have surgery, during his weekly press conference Monday. Keith Holcombe fell on Keith Gavin's fumble after a hit by Dylan Moses , and Hurts completed a two-point pass to Ridley after Harris scored on the first play.

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  • Keir Starmer: Labour won't give PM 'blank cheque' over Brexit vote
Keir Starmer: Labour won't give PM 'blank cheque' over Brexit vote

But the former minister Anna Soubry said: "Any suggestion that this is any way treacherous or supporting Jeremy Corbyn is outrageous". Debate on the legislation begins on Thursday, two days after MPs return from their summer recess. With the second reading of the bill on Thursday, and the vote the following Monday, the government has been pre...

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