• Cause of Woman's Stomach Pain Leaves Doctors 'Dumbfounded'
Cause of Woman's Stomach Pain Leaves Doctors 'Dumbfounded'

A woman had a piece of braces wire, center white strip, lodged in her small intestine, for 10 years , according to a case study from BMJ published on August 7, 2017. Often, patients come to the emergency room with such stomach pain after swallowing fish bones which then perforate the bowels. She pointed out that the case was a rare occurrence.

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  • Third company recalls maradol papayas from Mexico
Third company recalls maradol papayas from Mexico

The agency is telling consumers to avoid maradol papayas branded Valery , Cavi or Caribeña and to avoid all papayas from Carica de Campeche. Thirty-five people have also been hospitalized, including one death from NY. The product was sold further to retail consumers. The FDA was more specific in its outbreak update on Monday evening. Iowa, Ken...

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  • Barbara Cook Dead - Broadway Star Passes Away at 89
Barbara Cook Dead - Broadway Star Passes Away at 89

The following year, Cook won a Tony Award for her role as Marian the Librarian in " The Music Man ". Cook released her memoir, Barbara Cook: Then and Now, previous year and she was supposed to perform a companion off-Broadway production of the same name.

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  • Deputies: Witnesses say Florida man killed for defending gay friends
Deputies: Witnesses say Florida man killed for defending gay friends

Hernandez Mena is charged with first degree murder and aggravated assault with a firearm. Cruz stepped up to defend his friends, at which point Mena took a handgun from his trousers and began shooting at the group, killing Cruz and striking another man in the ankle.

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  • Turkish troops hold exercises in Qatar
Turkish troops hold exercises in Qatar

Advanced Turkish naval frigate and Qatari missile boats participated in a joint naval exercises that both the countries had held for two days in Qatari Territorial waters near Doha . Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and several other Sunni-majority countries have severed relations with Qatar since June 5, accusing the Gulf state of sup...

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  • Copper cocktail mugs could give you food poisoning
Copper cocktail mugs could give you food poisoning

Iowa's Alcoholic Beverages Division issued this warning, soon after the FDA released a Moral Food Code. According to this US State department, Copper is prohibited from coming into contact with foods that have a pH level below 6.0, for example, vinegar, fruit juice and wine .

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  • New device could heal organs with a touch
New device could heal organs with a touch

The technology called Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT ) is still in its experimental phase but it holds promise in saving the lives of auto crash victims and deployed soldiers who get injured on site . The second is the design of the particular biological cargo for cell conversion. The cargo has the capacity to convert an adult cell from one type to...

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  • Can Video Game Playing Cost You Gray Matter?
Can Video Game Playing Cost You Gray Matter?

Regular players lose grey matter from this region, which could put them at greater risk of Alzheimer's disease, depression and schizophrenia. The paper outlines that the major culprits tend to be games "designed without in-game Global Positioning System, or [without] wayfinding routes overlaid on the game's display for the player to follow".

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  • Zynerba Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ZYNE) Receives
Zynerba Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ZYNE) Receives "Hold" Rating from Maxim Group

Anido noted that the results showed "a very favorable safety and tolerability profile" for the product, which is in development for a wide range of indications including osteoarthritis and Fragile X syndrome. The correct version of this piece of content can be accessed at https://sportsperspectives.com/2017/08/07/zynerba-pharmaceuticals-inc-nasdaqz...

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  • France to analyze eggs after European Union urges checks in 4 countries
France to analyze eggs after European Union urges checks in 4 countries

Germany's agriculture minister, Christian Schmidt , said on Tuesday that the contamination of millions of eggs with a potentially harmful insecticide was "criminal". The Dutch government's health institute, citing the World Health Organization and European food safety authority, says that in the few known cases of Fipronil poisoning in humans - mo...

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  • Computers Can Sense Depression Clues In Your Instagram Pics
Computers Can Sense Depression Clues In Your Instagram Pics

To find the results, the program scoured 43,950 photos in total to identify healthy and depressed individuals. The volunteers were chosen so that half had been clinically diagnosed with depression sometime in the last three years. So while those diagnosed with depression may opt for Instagram filters like Inkwell, which drains the photo to a star...

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  • Great British flake off in a 1ft sausage roll
Great British flake off in a 1ft sausage roll

Morrisons is now selling the foot long sausage rolls in its store on Black Fan Road. Hungry punters fed up with over-priced, under-sized artisan sausage rolls will be pleased to hear a foot-long (30.48cm) meat feast has now arrived costing, um, £1.

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  • Mayo Clinic tops annual Best Hospital rankings
Mayo Clinic tops annual Best Hospital rankings

Once again, the hospitals are also ranked #1 in the Philadelphia metro area. U.S. News & World Report announces its rankings for children's hospitals earlier this summer , naming Boston Children's Hospital the best pediatric hospital for the fifth year in a row.

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  • Could owners of Bonefish Grill be liable in Savannah Gold's death?
Could owners of Bonefish Grill be liable in Savannah Gold's death?

The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office believe Gold entered Rodarte's vehicle in the restaurant parking lot Wednesday night. On the video, JSO said, Rodarte could be seen walking to Gold's auto, opening a door and looking inside. According to Lieutenant Gallaher, Rodarte told police on Saturday evening that he dumped the victim's body in a pond off of C...

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  • Bloomington mosquito pool tests positive for West Nile Virus
Bloomington mosquito pool tests positive for West Nile Virus

The positive sample closest to Flower Mound was in the 500 block of Rachels Court . This comes on the heels of a July 12th mosquito sample that tested positive for West Nile near Murphysboro. Mosquitoes acquire the virus by feeding on infected birds. West Nile season has arrived in McLean County. The Vector Control District plans to collect ad...

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  • Jaitley to Call at House of RSS Karyavah Rajesh on Aug
Jaitley to Call at House of RSS Karyavah Rajesh on Aug

The CPI-M on Friday accused the BJP-RSS cadres for attacking and killing the Left party's workers and supporters in Kerala and accused the BJP of "doublespeak". "It will only increase their determination to work harder against those who were perpetrating this operation". "The UDF will be the first to come out against any attempt to destabilise a ...

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  • Northwestern professor charged with murder to appear in California court
Northwestern professor charged with murder to appear in California court

A USA professor suspected of stabbing a 26-year-old Chicago man to death is due in a California courtroom on Monday. A Northwestern University associate professor accused of murdering a man in Chicago is expected to make a court appearance in Dublin on Tuesday.

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  • Manufacturers urged to combat threat to connected cars from hackers
Manufacturers urged to combat threat to connected cars from hackers

Under UK's new data protection laws , businesses will also be supported to make sure that they are able to handle data securely. "Intelligent" or "smart" cars refer to those which allow drivers to access maps, live traffic information and DAB radio.

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  • Mum-of-three shot at in Brazil while 'looking for water'
Mum-of-three shot at in Brazil while 'looking for water'

Local media named the injured victim as Eloise Dixon, from Gravesend, and said she had been with her partner and their children at the time. Mrs Dixon, who is thought to now live in Bromley, is believed to have undergone surgery at Hospital Geral da Japuíba in Angra dos Reis , Brazil , and is now in a stable condition.

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  • Loneliness, social isolation will kill you much early suggest studies
Loneliness, social isolation will kill you much early suggest studies

Julianne Holt-Lunstad. All three conditions were found to be equally hazardous and significantly raised the risk of premature death. A recent survey by Granset, the over-50s social networking site, found that nearly three-quarters of older people in the United Kingdom are lonely and most have never spoken to someone about how they feel.

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