by | January 06, 2018 | 00:37

The court intervened following a PIL filed by a journalist who wanted the strike to be declared illegal. Thousands of passengers across Tamil Nadu , particularly office-goers and students, were badly impacted by a strike by government transport workers' unions seeking a wage increase.

by | January 06, 2018 | 00:11

Theatre Commander Operation Lafiya Dole, Major-General Rogers Nicholas, has called for closer collaboration with the Nigeria Police Force, and other security agencies, to fast-track the successful implementation of the counter-insurgency campaign.

by | January 05, 2018 | 19:49

The women were between 40 and 65 and had mild to moderate facial atrophy-another word for thinning and sagging skin-related to aging and sun damage. While sceptics might have once dismissed the freaky regimen as a marketing ploy set on exploiting female insecurities, new research has proven that a daily facial exercise routine can actually reduce signs of aging in middle-aged women, reported The Independent .

by | January 05, 2018 | 19:21

As tobacco use is the major cause of death almost 3 in 10 for the people diagnosed with cancer. Since then, cancer-related deaths have gone down by more than 26-percent. The lifetime probability of being diagnosed with cancer is 39.7 percent for men compared with 37.6 for women. The racial divide closed by seven percent among seniors, but that statistic 'masks stark persistent inequalities for you and middle-aged black Americans, ' the release said.

by | January 05, 2018 | 18:09

Pioneered around the same time, the service also attracted the attention of men, who started asking for it, so Lelux chose to give men the option to have their private parts whitened as well. Health Service Support Department deputy director-general Dr Thongchai Keeratihuttayakorn pointed out that the skin in private body parts is sensitive, The Nation reported.

by | January 05, 2018 | 14:39

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is investigating the outbreak, which has affected 13 states. The Public Health Agency of Canada has been investigating the outbreak of E. Even though the CDC hasn't confirmed a link with romaine lettuce, Consumer Reports is still recommending that people stop eating it until the cause of the outbreak is determined.

by | January 05, 2018 | 14:29

They found socially prescribed perfectionism increased by 33 per cent, other-oriented increased by 16 per cent and self-oriented increased by 10 per cent. According to him, these examples signify the rise of meritocracy among millennials, where the students are motivated by the universities to compete in order to move up the social and economic ladders.

by | January 05, 2018 | 14:16

They then used chromosome and DNA analysis to examine genetic damage caused by acetaldehyde , a chemical produced when the body processes alcohol . To analyse the effect acetaldehyde might cause to stem cells' DNA, the scientists looked at mice cells that didn't have acetaldehyde dehydrogenases (ALDH) enzymes, which stop acetaldehyde building up by converting it to acetate, which cells use as a source of energy.

by | January 05, 2018 | 13:26

In the US, seventeen illnesses across 13 states have been connected to the outbreak . It said 17 people were sick in those 13 states, dating back to November. coli believed to be from Romaine Lettuce, in the U.S. "CDC is still collecting information to determine whether there is a food item in common among sick people, including leafy greens and romaine".

by | January 05, 2018 | 13:07

Christian said the department typically sees around two to three pediatric flu-related deaths each flu season, and in 2009, the department saw 15 deaths. The vaccine is safe and effective. Even with less than ideal prevention rates, last year's statistics indicate flu vaccinations are estimated to have prevented about 5.1 million flu illnesses, 2.5 million flu-associated medical visits, and 71,000 flu-associated hospitalizations, according to the health district, which says studies also show ...

by | January 05, 2018 | 10:42

World Health Organization defines the disorder as a "persistent or recurrent" behavior pattern of "sufficient severity to result in significant impairment in personal, family, social, educational, occupational or other important areas of functioning".

by | January 05, 2018 | 09:23

In North Wales, residents have been asked not to visit Wrexham Maelor Hospital if they are or have been unwell with flu-like symptoms in the last seven days, unless it is an emergency. Dukes says it isn't too late to get a shot since flu season can run well into the spring in Oklahoma. Tan adds that while the current vaccine and the circulating flu strains may not be a flawless match, there are still a lot of protective benefits.

by | January 05, 2018 | 09:22

Fifty-eight people in the US and Canada have gotten sick from the bacteria in the last few weeks, and one person in each country has died. "Neither the US nor Canadian health officials have provided information on where the romaine lettuce potentially involved in the illnesses was grown or processed, so for now, Consumer Reports says consumers should assume that any romaine lettuce, even when sold in bags and packages, could possibly be contaminated", it advised.

by | January 03, 2018 | 01:51

The WHO's description of Gaming Disorder says that those who are afflicted are characterized by a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behavior, either on digital devices like smartphones or video-gaming offline on machines. "It puts it on the map as something to take seriously", he said. "It could lead to confused parents whose children are just enthusiastic gamers". In that, internet gaming disorder is listed as a "condition for further study", meaning it is not officially ...

by | January 03, 2018 | 00:59

The president appealed to the communities affected not to embark on reprisal attacks. He described the violent attacks as unacceptable and stated that the security agencies were working to unravel the cause of the attacks. "When the DCP and the teams there conclude, we will know the total number of people involved". But the Director General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, Dr.

by | January 03, 2018 | 00:42

Montgomery is looking at the death penalty", said prosecutor Matthew Smith with the State Attorney's Office. '(Montgomery) picked him up and flung him as described by the other brothers, helicopter across the hotel room into what's kind of a cabinet, where he hit head first.

by | January 02, 2018 | 23:11

Mega family hero Varun Tej , who has given his consent to act in a multistarrer alongside senior hero Venkatesh, is going to make it a twin Mega-Daggubati association next year as he will be collaborating with Rana Daggubati in another film.

by | January 02, 2018 | 21:08

If it works, it would allow the crops to survive in hotter, drier climates. Using the gene-editing machine CRISPR, the team hopes to make cacao plants more resilient to the changing weather conditions around the world. That supposed silver lining was stripped away by NPR's The Salt , where Simran Sethi underscored the fact that climate change will nearly certainly affect cacao yields but is quite unlikely to make for better tasting chocolate - unless you really like bitter and astringent ...

by | January 02, 2018 | 20:24

It wants children aged five to 11 to eat no more than two low-calorie snacks a day rather than endless sugary treats. Healthier snacks include fresh or tinned fruit salad, chopped vegetables, lower fat hummus, plain rice cakes, crackers, lower fat cheese, small low-fat, lower sugar yogurt, sugar-free jelly (Jello), crumpets (sort of like squishy English muffins, which oddly are not English at all), and small pancakes.

by | January 02, 2018 | 18:44

It might be disproportionate, I can't tell. "This is where it's hard to be a man". 'It's bad, I know it's awful, ' he said. "If you keep going after individuals, the system is going to stay intact", Chappelle says in the set. Distribution of his movie " I Love You, Daddy " was cancelled and FX cut ties with him on all five of his network shows, including "Better Things", "Baskets" and "One Mississippi".

by | January 02, 2018 | 17:26

The depletion of growth factor signalling is a major issue in Alzheimer's patients and is a leading contributing factor to the onset of dementia . Dr Doug Brown, director of research and development, said: "With no new treatments in almost 15 years, we need to find new ways of tackling Alzheimer's".

by | January 02, 2018 | 00:31

He went along with the proposal that day, despite the life-changing news. "A pair of draft horses, a carriage, and I arranged it all for that night. Heather Lindsay and David Mosher were the couples who stayed together in sickness and in health. So, the ceremony was moved up. Heather valiantly proclaimed her vows to David.

by | January 01, 2018 | 09:34

She had been fighting for her life and in a coma since suffering a massive heart attack December 24. Erica Garner , the daughter of Eric Garner , who was killed in a chokehold by a New York Police Department officer in 2014, died Saturday after a heart attack.

by | December 31, 2017 | 16:41

REV Father Chris Utov, who passed on at 62, in March 2017, is one of those President Muhammadu Buhari has appointed on his appointments into boards federal agencies. While Mr Shehu may be correct about the transient nature of life, it remains puzzling that the government put together a list in October 2016 that included the name of Attahiru who died as far back as May, 2016, five clear months before the list was supposedly compiled according to the presidential spokesman.

by | December 30, 2017 | 13:24

Monday, CHP will once again be in its maximum enforcement period - whereby all available officers will be working on the roads to prevent deadly crashes. Of the drugs, cannabis was most prevalent, at 7.4 percent, slightly more than alcohol. CHP also announced Wednesday that 97 percent of its officers have advanced training in detecting impaired driving, which comes with a 16-hour course.

by | December 30, 2017 | 11:06

The number of American states reporting widespread flu activity have jumped from 23 to 36 last week, the US Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has said. Obviously, try to avoid close contact with those who are sick. These include children, the elderly and others with a weakened immune system due to other illnesses or medications.

by | December 30, 2017 | 02:08

This is, unsurprisingly, a continued pattern of the administration, which also had failed to appoint a director of the Office of National AIDS Policy. Some 25 members can be commissioned for the council, also known as "PACHA", but as November only 10 members were listed on the council's website. Coming six months after the resignations, the firings are "a little too coincidental", he added.

by | December 29, 2017 | 17:11

In Washington, D.C . "On Jan. 4, I will have seedlings to give away for anyone who recycles their Christmas trees", she said. "Recycled trees stay local and beautify parks and landscaping projects - it's an effort that's a true win-win for Southern Nevada and a testament to strong community spirit".

by | December 29, 2017 | 12:37

More than 3,500 flu cases have been confirmed statewide since October 1. Additional identifying information is not provided by the health department. Sometimes people who get their vaccinations complain that they still caught the flu, but this is normal. He says the reason behind that, is more people are testing positive for flu and therefore more people are going to be spreading it, getting others sick.

by | December 29, 2017 | 12:29

The two suspects reportedly kidnapped the woman during the home invasion and drove to the river, where they threw her off of the I-430 bridge. A Lonoke County kidnapping victim was thrown off a Little Rock interstate moments after witnessing a deadly shooting.

by | December 29, 2017 | 04:31

If "go big or go home " is your motto for ringing in the new year, you're in good company: The moon is showing up to the party too, treating skywatchers to several events in January. On Jan. 31, a supermoon will appear in the sky along with a lunar eclipse. The same mechanism that makes the sky blue and gives us red hues in sunrises and sunsets gives the moon its red color during a lunar eclipse - a process called Rayleigh scattering .

by | December 28, 2017 | 23:52

Harry Dulai, managing director of Surya Foods, which is based in Harwich, said: "We are delighted to be supporting NHS Blood and Transplant to help raise awareness of this important issue through our popular Laila rice brand". "It can be tough during the holiday season to take an hour to give blood", said Rick Prinzen, chief supply chain officer for the CBS. The NHS particularly needs black and Asian blood donors to ensure the best match for patients with certain conditions but donation ...

by | December 28, 2017 | 14:56

TLP's SI was 39,200 shares in December as released by FINRA. MRK has been the topic of several other reports. The SI to Transmontaigne Partners LP's float is 0.3%. (NYSE: MRK ), with 8 analysts believing it is a strong buy. Therefore 65% are positive. BMO Capital Markets maintained Merck & Co., Inc. (NYSE: MRK ) earned "Hold" rating by Jefferies on Thursday, August 27.

by | December 28, 2017 | 06:45

Might as well", Charles said. In fact, he was asked by reporters if the Broncos should release him and let him join a team headed for the playoffs. "With it being a QB issue going into the offseason, we want to see him play to see what this player is", Joseph said.

by | December 28, 2017 | 02:10

The Independent reports that only 2 to 3 percent gamers reported five or more symptoms associated with gaming disorder, according to a 2016 University of Oxford study of 19,000 gamers in Germany, the United Kingdom, the U.S. The disorder would be categorized along with substance abuse and addictive behaviors. At that time, people spent 6.3 hours per week playing video games .