Health Care

5 criminals arrested after brief encounter in Delhi

The Delhi Police along with Punjab cops arrested five dreaded criminals after a brief encounter took place near Dwarka Metro station on Tuesday. No one was injured in the firing even though the shootout happened in a residential area, said Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) - southwest Shibesh Singh.

Few Cases of Cardiac Arrest Occur During Sex

The vast majority were male and were more likely to be middle-aged, African-American and have a history of cardiovascular disease. Previous studies have confirmed sex can trigger non-fatal cardiac events like heart attacks , but Chugh and colleagues designed their study to determine whether or not sexual activity is a risk factor for SCA in particular, since the condition accounts for 350,000 deaths in the USA each year.

Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after Legionnaires' disease sickens park visitors

The people were between 52 to 94 years of age. The outbreak was traced to the convention hotel's air conditioning system, and Legionnaire's disease has since been sourced to contaminated water or mist. One patient, who hadn't visited the park, has died, the agency said. An employee working in the facility also got infected with the same disease. Older people and those with health issues are particularly at risk.

H3N2 mutation in last year's flu vaccine responsible for lowered efficacy

Most flu vaccine proteins are purified from a virus grown in chicken eggs, although a small fraction of flu vaccine proteins are produced in systems that do not involve eggs. For example they may have got a food vaccine and got sick anyway. The goal is to combine the desired HA and NA antigens from the target strain (flu strain 1) with genes from a harmless strain that grows well in an egg (flu strain 2).

London introduces vehicle pollution levy

The new levy - which is expected to affect 34,000 motorists a month - will mainly apply to vehicles registered before 2006, which typically do not meet the required Euro 4 standards. "This is the time to stand up and join the battle to clear the toxic air we are forced to breathe". "The T Charge is a vital step in tackling the dirtiest diesels before I introduce the world's first Ultra Low Emission Zone as early as 2019".

Trump tosses paper towels to crowd in Puerto Rico visit

The island nation is in dire need of assistance after Hurricane Maria flooded the region, leaving a destructive passage through the Caribbean last month. Among Republicans, 76 percent approve of Trump's disaster response stateside while 62 percent approve of how he's handling the situation in Puerto Rico.

Dallas Cowboys: Sean Lee ruled out vs

EST. Lee, who strained his hamstring in the final two minutes of Monday night's win at Arizona, is among the seven Cowboys players who are inactive for Sunday's game. Another question mark will be Sean Lee's availability. Defensively, the Cowboys were flat-out bullied. Todd Gurley had a slow start to the season, averaging just 3.9 yards per carry prior to this week.

Saudi Arabia gets plaudits for historic decision

Another activist Manal al-Sharif, who led the 2011 "Women2Drive" protest movement, tweeted earlier today: "Today, the last country on earth to allow women to drive ... It will also facilitate the entry of more women into the workforce and allow an increase in female employment, which is key to the kingdom's economic development.

Utahns prepare for arrival of flu season

After decreases during the 2015-2016 season among adults age 50 to 64 years and 65 years and older, vaccination coverage rates rebounded in the 2016-2017 season. "If you're in any of the at-risk groups the flu vaccine is completely free and is a safe way of protecting you and your family in a matter of minutes".

Yingluck Shinawatra verdict : The implications for Thai political life

Yingluck had pleaded innocent and had accused the military government of political persecution. A military coup removed Shinawatra from office in 2014. Thitinan Pongsudhirak , director of the Institute of Security and International Studies at Chulalongkorn University, said the Puea Thai Party was now "rudderless".

League Cup draw: Spurs host Hammers; Everton off to Chelsea

However, the goal threat by West Ham was not enough as Tottenham held strong to collect all three points from the home side in an entertaining Premier League encounter. DF Jan Vertonghen , 8 - Turned defence into a goal in the first half, dispossessing Carroll, carrying the ball forward and playing Alli in for a chance that resulted in Kane's second.

Cancer Gene Therapy Gets Green Light - And $475000 Price Tag

The rights to the new cancer treatment were given to them and they would sell it under the label Kymriah for $475,000. But they have not altered the actual DNA of the patients' cells like Kymriah is touted to do. "Novartis should not get credit for bringing a $475,000 drug to market and claiming they could have charged people a lot more", said David Mitchell, Founder and President of Patients For Affordable Drugs .

Sergio Aguero accused of assaulting a Bournemouth steward

Jesus' next act was to rob Ake and race away, and why Mike Dean only booked Ake, rather than sending him off, will never be clear. "And for all saying "But it is the law", if we are going to rigidly apply law with no common sense, why did he only book Sterling?" Instead, he sent off Sterling for expressing his happiness for one of the latest winners ever.

South Shore: West Nile Virus Detected in Multiple Communities

Juan Rodriguez, the chief epidemiologist at the Denton County Health Department, reminded residents Wednesday that it was important to minimize their exposure to mosquitoes. Onondaga County says that eight mosquito pools from samples collected last week have tested positive for West Nile Virus. People are most at risk for getting bitten by mosquitoes at dawn and dusk when the blood-sucking creatures are most active.

Cuba: Canadian diplomat struck by headaches and hearing loss

The FBI and the Diplomatic Security Service have initiated an investigation related to the incident and the American government has already suspended the activity of two Cuban diplomats from the Washington Embassy on May 23rd. Cuban officials have pledged to investigate the incidents as well and take appropriate action, reported the AP. "We don't know exactly what...what this requires is providing medical examinations to these people", Nauert said.

Trump Endorses Police Brutality, Cops Cheer

In the speech in Long Island, New York, that largely focused on the MS13 gang, Trump told officers "Please don't be too nice" to crime suspects. "T$3 hat's what I'm looking for", the president said . Clearly, some humor is in bad taste and we will surely get some that attack us for seemingly defending the President's words but seriously, is there so much hatred for President Trump and law enforcement that the clear joke can not be seen? "As a department, we do not and will not tolerate ...

Mum 'rubbed drugs into baby's gums to hide heroin addiction from doctors'

They also said parents who are drug addicts and give birth to babies already addicted to drugs try to mask the addiction by using prescription drugs like suboxone or methadone and apply it to the gums of an infant . The infant was brought to the hospital for an evaluation. When she arrived, she discovered numerous items of drug paraphernalia and called the Sheriffs Office.

Exxon Fined $2 Million For Violating Russia Sanctions While Tillerson Was CEO

In April 2014, in response to its "continuing provocations in Ukraine", the Obama administration expanded its economic sanctions against Russia, freezing the assets of 17 Russian companies and seven Russians linked to Vladimir Putin , as well as prohibiting USA dealings with those parties.

Monsoon session of Parliament: Opposition looks to corner government over several issues

Both Houses of Parliament, the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha will be adjourned today because of the death of sitting members. The Indian Parliament's Monsoon Session commences today (July 17), the same day that Members of Parliament cast their vote to elect the President.

Korea offers inter-Korean military, Red Cross talks

The government made a separate proposal on reopening Red Cross talks to discuss ways to resume family reunions on the occasion of the Chuseok holiday in early October. While the two Koreas have a history of failing to follow through on some rapprochement agreements struck during their rare talks, any dialogue between the rivals is considered a positive step toward easing tensions.