Health Care

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.

Trump's Approval Ratings After Six Months Are the Worst of Any President

Trump also sent one of his private lawyers, Jay Sekulow, onto five Sunday talk shows to argue that there was nothing illegal about son Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting past year with a Russian attorney following a promise of damaging information on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton.

Man Decides to Propose to His Girlfriend While Arrested and in Cuffs

Oklahoma man Brandon Thompson proposed to his girlfriend on Tuesday. The video, recorded on K9 Officer Bob Lynch's body camera, and later posted on YouTube by Officer Anderson shows Mr Thompson going down on his knees while still handcuffed.

United Nations to Israel: Drop Charges against Palestinian Hebron Activist

Hebron is the only city in the West Bank to have Israeli settlements at its heart, where a few hundred settlers live surrounded by hundreds of thousands of Palestinians. Jewish groups condemned the UNESCO resolution. Jews regard the Tomb of the Patriarch as the burial place of the Jewish patriarchs and matriarchs .

Dimension Data brings machine learning to the Tour de France

In addition, FDJ will distribute 500,000 gifts to supporters at the roadside as the Caravan travels ahead of the peloton throughout the contest. The German brings a wealth of experience to the table and will relish racing his first Tour de France since 2012 on the back of a resurgent 2017.

Tampa Bay's Republican US House members cheer passage of immigration bills

The bill was named after 32-year old Kathryn Steinle , who also was shot and killed in California in 2015 by a man who was in the country illegally. No Sanctuary for Criminals Act will cut federal grant money to cities that "shield risky criminal aliens from being turned over to federal law enforcement".

Team New Zealand claim first America's Cup victory since 2003

The America's Cup , named after the schooner "America" which won it in 1851 off the south coast of England, has only been held by four countries so far: the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Switzerland. A cyclor for New Zealand, Andy Maloney, has taken note of this simple fact. "Tauranga Yacht Club is a really unbelievable club", Heather said. What resulted was a flawless storm that has left the sailing world with one of the biggest shockers since the turn of the century.

16-year-old arrested in theft of gun from Massachusetts mall

Invensense Inc. now has $1.24 billion valuation. The stock declined 1.44% or $0.58 reaching $39.68 per share. It is down 124.35% since June 20, 2016 and is uptrending. Investors sentiment increased to 1.21 in 2016 Q4. It is positive, as 49 investors sold DKS shares while 136 reduced holdings. 76 funds opened positions while 94 raised stakes.

UK PM Theresa May isolated after election fiasco as key aides quit

May's Conservatives lost their parliamentary majority in Thursday's vote and need the support of the 10 MPs from Northern Ireland's DUP to have a majority. But the Protestant DUP was founded to defend Northern Ireland's place in Britain against demands by Catholic republicans for a united Ireland. The DUP is "likely to increase the pressure on Theresa May to secure a comprehensive free trade agreement", said Stephen Booth of the Open Europe think tank.

London police find body in Thames

When she saw the news about the attacks in London on Saturday night, she tried to call him and became anxious when she couldn't reach him. The force said formal identification has not yet taken place, but Xavier Thomas's next of kin had been informed.

Man with new tattoo dies after getting flesh eating bacteria while swimming

Summer is always a particularly popular time for tats, but as it turns out, it's also a time to exercise extreme caution, as heading to the beach or poolside immediately after your latest ink session could get you very, very sick. He later died of septic shock. As anyone who's gotten a tattoo before knows, aftercare is the most important part of keeping your new masterpiece looking its best.

Young IAS official tries to rescue lady colleague, drowns in pool

Suspecting foul play, the family has demanded a CBI probe into the incident if Delhi Police fails to get any breakthrough soon. The deceased, Ashish Dahiya , was a resident of Sonipat, Haryana and was attending a pool side party with friends rom the Indian foreign and revenue services, they added.

Supreme Court strikes down North Carolina maps for Congress

That is, however, precisely what GOP officials in North Carolina did in one of the most ridiculous contemporary examples of gerrymandering in the country. Alito complained that in a previous decision , the court insisted that those challenging districts present alternative maps showing that the legislature could achieve its political goals without "the racial effects giving rise to the racial gerrymandering allegation".

Old doctors may not die, but more of their patients do

Patient mortality was seen to be 1.3 percent different between physicians aged 40 and younger (10.8 percent death rate) compared to physicians 60 years old and above (12.1 percent death rate). The researchers caution that their study is strictly observational, showing only a link, rather than cause and effect, between physician age and patient outcomes.

WannaCry Ransomware: Microsoft Calls Out NSA For 'Stockpiling' Vulnerabilities

Urging businesses and computer users to keep their systems current and updated, Smith says the WannaCry attack shows the importance of collective action to fight cybercrime. The continued leak of information about the holes in technology firms' software has anxious the companies. Grafi said his firm has been contacted by companies that are scrambling to avoid potential pitfalls.

Lewis Hamilton quickest in practice for Spanish Grand Prix

Hamilton, who clocked his fastest lap of one minute and 21.521 seconds, was almost 0.029 seconds faster than Bottas, Sport24 reported. Looking ahead to the race, Vettel says there is work to do for Ferrari to get the best from the tyres, hinting there could be options with regards to strategy come Sunday.

Amber alert issued for missing Hampton child, mother

She was wearing blue jeans, a t-shirt and glasses, police said. "Keir and Chloe's family are concerned due to the length of time that has passed since they last had contact with them". They say the child was likely abducted by an unknown woman, who may be traveling in a 2013 black Kia Optima, license VAW2197, VA, towards Buckroe Beach.