• Charlie Gard Death: Terminally Ill Baby Passes Away
Charlie Gard Death: Terminally Ill Baby Passes Away

Yates and the baby's father Chris Gard had wanted Charlie to undergo a treatment that has never been tried on anyone with his condition before, against the advice of doctors at his London hospital who said it would not benefit him and would prolong his suffering.

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  • Jon Hamm Is Forever Young In New 'Marjorie Prime' Trailer
Jon Hamm Is Forever Young In New 'Marjorie Prime' Trailer

The dramatic film written and directed by Michael Almereyda ( Cymbeline ) won the Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival and will have a limited release beginning August 18, 2017 in New York City and Los Angeles.

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  • Multi-County Sex Trafficking Ring Busted; 13 Victims Rescued
Multi-County Sex Trafficking Ring Busted; 13 Victims Rescued

Both men are being held in a Tulare County jail. L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell says this investigation was spurred after a girl went missing in Tulare county. Investigators are asking the public's help for information leading to her location, McDonnell added. Brown, 30, and Turner, 32, are now in custody, while McNeil is still at large.

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  • Brokerages Set British American Tobacco plc (BATS) Target Price at $5564.00
Brokerages Set British American Tobacco plc (BATS) Target Price at $5564.00

There are 1 sell rating , 4 hold ratings , 11 buy ratings on the stock. Baystate Wealth Management LLC increased its position in Reynolds American by 1.7% in the first quarter. The ex-dividend date was Thursday, June 8th. This represents a yield of 1.06%. Reynolds American's payout ratio is 88.31%. COPYRIGHT VIOLATION WARNING: This piece ...

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  • Drinking 'most days' can help stop diabetes, study finds
Drinking 'most days' can help stop diabetes, study finds

Women can cut their odds by nearly a third, with the polyphenols from the grapes in red wine believed to help control blood sugar. However, they said that this wasn't a "go-ahead" for people to drink more than the recommended amount. Drinking seven or more drinks made with liquor per week, on the other hand, was associated with an 83 percent ...

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  • Your Update on the Health Care Vote
Your Update on the Health Care Vote

Sen. Rand Paul , R-Ky., and other Republicans have said leadership will likely continue to offer more limited repeal options that narrow the scope of repeal until they get something to pass. What have they already voted on? But in light of rumors that the House could pass the bill as-is, they are looking for a guarantee from Ryan that t...

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  • Actress Mumaith Khan grilled in drug case
Actress Mumaith Khan grilled in drug case

Khan, who has starred in 40 films across languages, is now shooting for Bigg Boss Telugu in Lonavla. Ravi Teja had earlier told media that he was not a drug addict and he would help SIT in the investigation.Charmme, while investigation:Actress Charmme Kaur, while appearing before the SIT on Wednesday, refused to take tea or coffee with milk and...

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  • Chicago experiencing baby boom 9 months after Cubs World Series win
Chicago experiencing baby boom 9 months after Cubs World Series win

He was wearing a Cubs onesie and got photos taken with the World Series trophy and a visit from Clark the Cub. Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center reported almost double the amount of deliveries as normal each day between July 10 and 18, the Chicago Tribune reported , and they expect the trend to continue through August.

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  • Pak SC to announce Panama case verdict tomorrow
Pak SC to announce Panama case verdict tomorrow

Pakistan's interior minister has announced plans to resign over differences with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's ruling party. "But if it comes in his favour, Mr. "But I never compromised on my civilian authority", he added. Ch Nisar on Monday had postponed for the second time a much-awaited press conference - where he was likely to discuss his con...

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  • Dharam Singh's demise is great loss to state, party: Siddaramaiah
Dharam Singh's demise is great loss to state, party: Siddaramaiah

Having risen from the grassroot levels starting his political career as a corporator, Mr Singh had endeared himself to the voters in his Jewargi constituency to such an extent that he is said to have known his voters personally. Dharam Singh completed his primary education in the district and pursued his higher education in Hyderabad at Osmania Uni...

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  • Is your public tap water safe?
Is your public tap water safe?

Things like cancer , brain and nervous system damage and developmental issues. "Safe water isn't a privilege, it's a right", the EWG wrote in its report . The EWG identified 267 different pollutants in data from US water utilities. The aim is to make a complicated array of information "easy and more personal for people to look at, and for them...

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  • I'll drink to that: Alcohol actually helps your memory, study claims
I'll drink to that: Alcohol actually helps your memory, study claims

Celia Morgan who is a professor at Exter University said that their research proved that people who drank were much better in repeating the word earning task and the effect was also stronger in those who drank more. Those people in the first group were asked to consume as much alcohol as they liked, and the maximum quantity consumed was four un...

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  • Charlie Gard hospice move approved
Charlie Gard hospice move approved

The child's parents had been in talks with Great Ormond Street Hospital over his future. Please refresh the page for the fullest version. Mr Justice Francis heard that Charlie's parents and doctors at GOSH could not agree on hospice care plans.

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  • All You Should Know About The Different Types Of Hepatitis
All You Should Know About The Different Types Of Hepatitis

He said there was need for all stakeholders to take proactive steps of knowing their status by getting tested and finally seek for treatment to reduce needless deaths from this preventable and treatable infection. Dr. N. Murugan, hepatologist, Apollo Hospitals, Greams Road, Chennai, explains that infections caused by HAV and HEV are self-limiting a...

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  • Charging zones for dirtiest vehicles may be introduced to help tackle pollution
Charging zones for dirtiest vehicles may be introduced to help tackle pollution

However, hybrid cars will not be eligible for sale by 2040, making the scale of the ambition announced by the government even greater. Cllr Nick Peel, Bolton Council " s executive cabinet member for environmental services, believes that huge infrastructure investment - particularly in charging points for electic vehicles - will be requi...

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  • Prosecutors plan video depositions in Texas truck death case
Prosecutors plan video depositions in Texas truck death case

Federal investigators are looking into the Iowa company linked to the truck - Pyle Transportation. The report alleges the company has failed to pay employment and trucking taxes, faced lawsuits over unpaid wages to drivers and more. A Mexican official says some Mexican nationals were among the survivors and those who died in the tractor-trailer. "T...

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  • United Nations says almost two million Yemeni children in dire need of aid
United Nations says almost two million Yemeni children in dire need of aid

The report estimates that almost 80 percent of all children need immediate humanitarian assistance. At the end of a joint visit to the crisis-torn nation, the agencies' chiefs issued a warning that nearly two million Yemeni children are acutely malnourished, and "malnutrition makes them more susceptible to cholera; diseases create more malnutri...

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  • Scientists genetically a modify human embryo for the first time
Scientists genetically a modify human embryo for the first time

The research, led by Shoukhrat Mitalipov, head of OHSU's Center for Embryonic Cell and Gene Therapy, involves a technology known as CRISPR which allows scientists to modify genes quickly and effectively. "So far as I know this will be the first study reported in the United States", said Jun Wu from the Salk Institute in the U.S., who was involved i...

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  • E-cigarette use may increase smoking cessation in US
E-cigarette use may increase smoking cessation in US

Yet, others warn the long-term side effects of e-cigarettes are unknown. It showed that 49.3% of recent quitters had tried e-cigarettes, and that out of all smokers past and present, between 11.5% and 19% were current e-cigarette users. "Policymakers in countries contemplating a more restrictive approach to the regulation of e-cigarettes should p...

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  • Why You May Not Have to Finish All Your Antibiotics
Why You May Not Have to Finish All Your Antibiotics

In fact, Martin Llewelyn and his colleagues at Brighton and Sussex Medical School in the United Kingdom say in the paper there is evidence that, in many situations, stopping antibiotics sooner is a safe and effective way to reduce overuse, while taking antibiotics for longer than necessary increases the risk of resistance .

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  • Cochlear unveils hearing implants that work directly with Apple's iPhone
Cochlear unveils hearing implants that work directly with Apple's iPhone

The new Nucleus 7 Sound Processor replaces the previous model - the Nucleus 6 Sound Processor - and boasts a form factor that is overall 24-percent lighter and 25-percent smaller. Cochlear has now provided over 450,000 people globally with hearing technology. As the name suggests, the devices are embedded inside a patient's body and aren't removab...

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  • Woman destroys ex-partner's $1m violin collection during furious breakup in Japan
Woman destroys ex-partner's $1m violin collection during furious breakup in Japan

Police said she had admitted to breaking into her ex-husband's, but denied smashing his collection. The violent incident took place at a time when the couple was in the midst of a divorce and her husband was away on a business trip. His ex-wife Midori Kawamiya, 34, has been arrested and charged over the damage. "She is suspected of entering the...

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  • Ormond St angels: We will nurse Charlie in a hospice
Ormond St angels: We will nurse Charlie in a hospice

Charlie Gard , the terminally-ill infant at the center of a court battle that grabbed global interest, will be transferred from a hospital to a hospice - probably to die the same day - unless an agreement for alternative arrangements is made by noon on Thursday, Britain's High Court ordered Wednesday.

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  • Terminally-ill United Kingdom baby to spend final days in hospice
Terminally-ill United Kingdom baby to spend final days in hospice

The mother of the critically ill baby at the centre of an global medical and legal battle returned to London's High Court yesterday, asking a judge to let the family take Charlie home for "a few days of tranquillity" before his ventilator is disconnected and he is allowed to "slip away".

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  • More West Nile Virus Mosquitoes in Washoe County
More West Nile Virus Mosquitoes in Washoe County

The city will again attempt to spray pesticide from trucks on the North Shore and Mid-Island Thursday night to reduce risk of West Nile virus transmitted by mosquitoes, officials said. In 2016, TPH reported 3,899 positive mosquito tests with 19 human cases. The Timiskaming Health Unit is investigating its first reported human case of West Nile ...

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  • New Study Shows Undetectable Viral Load Is Effective In Stopping Transmission
New Study Shows Undetectable Viral Load Is Effective In Stopping Transmission

The HIV-positive partners received treatment that reduced the amount of virus in the blood to undetectable levels. "Our research adds to the evidence from a small number of other worldwide studies of heterosexual and homosexual couples and means that we can say, with confidence, that effectively treated HIV blocks transmission in couples of diffe...

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  • US Kids Overdosing on Dietary Supplements
US Kids Overdosing on Dietary Supplements

Out of which, most exposures (97.3 per cent) occurred at home, and in more than 97 per cent of the cases, the child was found to swallow the substance. The researchers says nearly 30% of yohimbe exposure calls resulted in moderate or major effects, which can include heart beat rhythm changes, kidney failure, and heart attack.

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  • Cop in Delhi booked for indecent exposure in front of female colleagues
Cop in Delhi booked for indecent exposure in front of female colleagues

When lady constable asked him to apologize, the accused has refused to do so. The police said that a panel has been set up to probe the case and action will be taken depending on the outcome of the probe. After some time, another woman cop alleged that the same cop stripped and masturbated in front of another her. In July 12, a 20-year-old man ...

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  • Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY) Receives Media Sentiment Score of 0.17
Bristol-Myers Squibb (NYSE:BMY) Receives Media Sentiment Score of 0.17

About 201 shares traded. It is down 2.87% since July 25, 2016 and is downtrending. It has outperformed by 27.92% the S&P500. Oakworth Inc has 0.19% invested in Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE: BMY ). These funds have also shifted positions in (BMY). Numeric Investors Limited Com invested 0.02% of its portfolio in Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE:BMY).

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  • Can Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ:CY) Continue To Move The Needle?
Can Cypress Semiconductor Corporation (NASDAQ:CY) Continue To Move The Needle?

Stock of Comerica Incorporated (NYSE:CMA) now have an ABR of 2.65.which is marked on a basic 1 to 5 scale, where 1 stands for a Strong Buy and 5 represents Strong Sell. If you are viewing this article on another publication, it was illegally stolen and republished in violation of U.S. and global copyright and trademark laws.

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  • Charmi approaches High Court over drugs issue
Charmi approaches High Court over drugs issue

The actress will be questioned by the investigators at the excise office on Wednesday. Charmi also mentioned that her blood, nail and hair samples can not be collected forcibly without her consent. Kaur had expressed fear that she may be compelled to give a "false and self-incriminating" statement, and that officials may collect her blood, hair and...

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  • United Kingdom factory output grows at fastest rate since mid-1990s
United Kingdom factory output grows at fastest rate since mid-1990s

United Kingdom industrial production in recent months increased at the fastest pace since the mid 1990s, the CBI has found, although its headline balance of total orders was lower than forecast. Output expectations, which economists said has a fairly good historical relationship with the official measure of manufacturing output, rose slightly f...

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  • Blood Donors To Get Target Gift Cards
Blood Donors To Get Target Gift Cards

As a special thank you, those who come out to give blood or platelets with the Red Cross July 26 through August 31 will be emailed a $5 Target eGiftCard. Blood donations often decline when regular donors are vacationing and schools are out of session. There's always a great sense of community at the Plattsmouth blood drives.

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  • Kenya Moore Claps Back at Kim Zolciak's Daughter Over Rude Tweets
Kenya Moore Claps Back at Kim Zolciak's Daughter Over Rude Tweets

The reality TV icon broke a bunch of glasses as she lunged for Kenya, but was thankfully held back by the cast and crew of RHOA . "If it were not for her, I would not be the woman I am". Kenya said she felt fortunate that her grandmother had the opportunity to meet her new husband, Marc Daly , before she passed away. Witnesses say Kim went after ...

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  • Israeli study finds 'alarming decline' in sperm count among Western men
Israeli study finds 'alarming decline' in sperm count among Western men

Shanna H Swan, a professor in the Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, New York. But in Europe, North America, New Zealand and Australia, "the declines are strong, significant and continuing", she said.

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