Health Care

FBI records: Effort to reduce Clinton email classification

The official's colleague then received a call from Kennedy in which he "asked his assistance in altering the email's classification in exchange for a "quid pro quo". One FBI official, whose name is redacted, told investigators that Kennedy repeatedly " pressured " the various officials at the FBI to declassify information in one of Clinton's emails.

Latimer Reminds Harrison Constituents that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Breast cancer is most frequently found in women who are 50 years old or older, but also affects younger women; 10 percent of all new cases of breast cancer in the United States are found in women younger than 45. Nationwide, 30 per cent of eligible women aren't enrolled in the free mammogram screening. The offer breast exams, cervical screenings and cardiovascular screening through the Wise Women Program.

WHO Calls for Sugar Tax

The WHO said there was increasing evidence that taxes and subsidies influence purchasing behavior and could be used to curb consumption of sweet drinks. Reducing consumption of these "free sugars" will improve nutrition among populations with fewer people suffering from overweight, obesity, diabetes and tooth decay.

The best way to curb obesity is to make soda more expensive

Dr. Bettcher said in a press release , "If governments tax products like sugary drinks, they can reduce suffering and save lives". Other policies recommended by the World Health Organization include subsidizing the purchasing of fresh fruits and vegetables by 10 to 30 percent and encouraging public support for sugar and other nutritional taxes by using the tax money to fund other obesity prevention programs, which Mexico has already done.

All children between two and seven will be given flu vaccine

These include pregnant women and people with diabetes, asthma, COPD, heart or kidney disease or those with lowered immunity on steroid or cancer treatments. The absence of the nasal mist will not impact the availability of the flu shot , which is expected to be plentiful and is the best way to protect against the types of influenza virus most likely to be see this season.

Kimberley Walsh Thinks Cheryl Would Make A "Brilliant Mum"

And she'll be a brilliant mum. Meanwhile, sources say that Cheryl is thrilled after being told last week that her split from second husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini should be finalised nearly a year after the pair separated, and she is keen to tie the knot again.

Donald Trump attacks 'disgusting' Miss Universe in tweets

The revelations piled on a week of Trump missteps and his increasingly aggressive personal attacks on Democrat Hillary Clinton . "I think it's a serious problem for them, and it's something that I'm considering talking about more in the near future", he told the newspaper.

LSU AD Joe Alleva unsure if game against Florida will be played

We know it won't take place this weekend, as talks about possibly moving the game to a site other than Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville broke down quickly, with Florida (understandably) insistent on keeping the game at home. A final decision on the start time of the game will be made by 12 p.m. CT on Thursday as they continue to monitor the storm. Florida didn't want to make its fans travel in tropical storm conditions on two days' notice, because safety was a concern.

US Extends Warning Time for Men with Possible Zika Exposure

Brazil recently reported 1,949 confirmed cases of microcephaly believed to be linked to Zika infections in pregnant women. "Because of the risk of birth defects in babies born to women who were infected with Zika while pregnant, women who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant should discuss their travel plans with their doctor and consider postponing nonessential travel to the Philippines", the CDC said.

Spend the night at a Taco Bell for a Steakcation

Did you ever wish you could just live or hibernate in the restaurant's confines? It's part of its marketing campaign launching the " Steak Doubedilla ". The winners will be able to play games, watching television and eat the new Steak Doubledillas. The victor of the contest and three friends will stay at the restaurant from October 17 until October 18.

South African watchdog to quiz Zuma in Gupta inquiry, newspaper reports

In a statement, the presidency said Mkhwebane would start her new job on 15 October. Human rights group Accountability Now says it was expected president Zuma would respond this way. Zuma has come under increased criticism in recent months from opponents and members of his own African National Congress (ANC) party over a series of corruption scandals.

Jayalalitha health: Apollo Hospitals makes first veiled admission about nature of illness

In a statement here, Apollo Hospitals said that the treatment plan including appropriate antibiotics, respiratory support and other allied clinical measures are presently being continued to treat the infection. Holding that Governor C Vidyasagar Rao and Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan had reportedly visited the hospital, the petitioner said they have not given details about her health condition.

Senate passes stopgap budget to avert troop pay freeze

The divisive Planned Parenthood clause is no longer part of the Zika funding measure in the overall spending bill . But Republicans balked and wanted Flint to be handled separately. At the same time, it is disappointing that these funds - which are just a fraction of what's needed to fix the water crisis - still need final approval by a congressional conference committee, which will come after the November election at the earliest.

Wells Fargo claws back part of CEO, other executive's salary

The bank said that the $41 million is from Mr. Stumpf's unvested equity awards. Carrie Tolstedt, who headed the division that created the fake accounts, has left the company. "It should provide assurance to investors that Wells Fargo's board is willing to take these actions". The board noted in its statement Tuesday that the actions against Tolstedt and Stumpf "will not preclude additional steps being taken" against them "or other executives as a outcome of the information developed in the ...

Zika wave crashing into Georgia: Nationwide epidemic diagnosed in the Peach State

US and worldwide health officials have advised pregnant women to avoid travel to Latin American and Caribbean countries, sections of Miami, Florida in the United States and Singapore where they may be exposed to Zika. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has more about Zika virus. "A lot of the preventative measures that are being recommended can be applied to women that are not pregnant and women during pregnancy", she added.

Cystic fibrosis patient dies 5 days after husband passes on

Katie, 26, died early Thursday morning at her home in Flemingsburg, a family member said. "I know Dalton was waiting with open arms, as well as both her grandmothers and a host of family and friends that have gone before her", she wrote .

Making Sense of Abbott's Sale Of Its Optics Business

Johnson & Johnson sees the deal immediately adding to its adjusted earnings after the close. "We've been actively and strategically shaping our portfolio, which has recently focused on developing leadership positions in cardiovascular devices and expanding diagnostics", said Miles D.

Britney Spears 'cut loose' on Meghan Trainor's song

In April this year Meghan Trainor expressed her love for Britney in an interview: "My family wasn't into every award show, but I would make sure we popped it on when Britney was on!" There's some EPIC hairography, too, and OMG those ABS. Willie's campaign hopes to raise $50,000 so he can "create five Britney level songs and videos with the BEST in the industry". The post Britney Spears just got her life to Meghan Trainor's " Me Too " and OMG it's fantastic appeared first on HelloGiggles.

Deliberate Forest Fires Killed An Estimated 90000 Indonesians in 2015

Researchers from Harvard and Columbia universities in the USA estimated there were more than 90,000 early deaths in Indonesia in areas closest to haze-belching fires, and several thousand more in neighbouring Singapore and Malaysia , AFP reported yesterday.

AAP strengthens advice against codeine for kids' coughs, pain

Codeine has been prescribed for decades for both purposes, despite mounting evidence that it doesn't always work and sometimes causes serious or potentially fatal side effects, doctors argue in a statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics.