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Medical Is Cheese Good For You? New Study Points To Heart Benefits
Author: 0 Is Cheese Good For You? New Study Points To Heart Benefits

They concluded that those who regularly ate cheese cut their chances of having a stroke by 10% and chances of developing certain coronary heart diseases by 14%. "No one's saying you should definitely go out and eat 40 grams of cheese a day". The attention of specialists was attracted by the fact that the people of France, who usually consume fat-rich food, including cheeses, relatively rarely suffer from heart diseases.

Medical Duterte restores police role in deadly Philippines drug war
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More than 7,000 people have been killed in the war on drugs , but Duterte still remains popular in The Phillipines, in part because most of the population isn't affected by the crackdown, which is mostly limited to inner cities. Since the PDEA took the lead on October 11, Roque said only one drug suspect had been killed in the course of anti-drug operations. "The Dangerous Drugs Board shall remain as the policy-making and strategy formulating body in the planning and formulation of policies ...

Medical 4 predictions for Falcons vs. Saints Thursday night matchup
Author: 0 4 predictions for Falcons vs. Saints Thursday night matchup

The Falcons take on the division rivals Saints on Thursday at 8:25 p.m.at Mercedes-Benz stadium. It's kind of hard to believe the two haven't met yet. While the Saints are relying on Ingram and Kamara, Brees is still lethal. He has a passer rating of 104.2. "We have to turn the page fast to get to New Orleans", Quinn said.

Medical Slain ex-Yemeni President Saleh buried without solemnities
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Yemen's pro-Houthi Al Masirah television station said the coalition bombed Saleh's residence and other houses of his family members. Saleh's vehicle was struck by an RPG fire on Monday and he was later shot to death , raising questions about what happens next in the almost three-year war that has killed at least 10 000 people.

Medical UCF replaces Scott Frost with Josh Heupel; Randy Shannon named DC
Author: 0 UCF replaces Scott Frost with Josh Heupel; Randy Shannon named DC

Heupel says in a statement that he is excited "to get a staff together and get to work with our wonderful student-athletes". It's unclear how the Missouri players learned of the news, but wide receiver Emmanuel Hall was quick to point out the turnover in the job - a third coach in four years.

Medical Flu season expected to be severe this year
Author: 0 Flu season expected to be severe this year

Number of times each month during which the flu season peaked from 1982 to 2016. Just because you get a flu shot does not mean you won't get the flu. Since then, a handful of people have come to Public Health with flu-like symptoms and were referred to their doctors for diagnosis and treatment. CDC recommends that people get a flu vaccine by the end of October, if possible.

Medical If you have a smartphone addiction, this new study could prove critical
Author: 0 If you have a smartphone addiction, this new study could prove critical

Scientists found that there was an imbalance of chemicals in teenagers' brains who were addicted to the Internet which were similar in those who struggled with anxiety and depression. The effects of excessive internet and smartphone use have been well-documented. However, the ratios of GABA and Glx in addicted young patients can be significantly reduced or normalized with cognitive behavioral therapy .

Medical Vijay, Kohli daddy hundreds lift India to 371/4 on day one
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Team manager Asanka Gurusinha said opener Samarawickrama, who was hit on the helmet by a Vijay sweep, was fine but would be assessed on Sunday before being allowed to play. The pair put on an unbeaten 167 as Sri Lanka again suffered on their India tour. "We did some precautionary scans, everything is clear but we have to monitor him tonight".

Medical Newborn Declared Dead at Indian Hospital Actually Wasn't
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Deputy Commissioner of Police (Northwest) Aslam Khan said information about the incident was received at Shalimar Bagh police station. "She was admitted there on November 28". Max Hospital, where the twins were born, released a statement saying it was "shaken" and "concerned" about the incident. Meanwhile, Union Health Minister J P Nadda has also asked Delhi government to look at the negligence case and take necessary action.

Medical Billboard Women in Music 2017: ` Powerhouse` Kelly Clarkson gets political
Author: 0 Billboard Women in Music 2017: ` Powerhouse` Kelly Clarkson gets political

Clarkson further revealed the moment she is extremely proud of and said the release of her latest album "Meaning of Life" is the "proudest moment" of her entire career. Clarkson didn't reveal what was taken in the break in, but she said, "Materialistic things we didn't care about". "It's a new goddamn day and I'm loving it", she exclaimed.

Medical Pope Francis joins prayer service at Suhrawardy Udyan
Author: 0 Pope Francis joins prayer service at Suhrawardy Udyan

His comments to the Rohingya came after Francis led a giant open-air mass in Dhaka. The pope looked sombre as each member of the group, which included 12 men and four women, including two young girls, told him their stories through interpreters at the end of the gathering.

Medical Selena Gomez Confirms On-Again Relationship With Justin Bieber
Author: 0 Selena Gomez Confirms On-Again Relationship With Justin Bieber

The event, which honors female trailblazers in music, also paid tribute to Solange Knowles, Kelly Clarkson and Camila Cabello . "She [saved my life]", Gomez said. The 25-year-old musician has recently rekindled her romance with the "Love Yourself" hitmaker after having previously been in a tumultuous on/off relationship with him from 2010 to 2015, and although the new relationship has garnered a lot of interest, Selena doesn't think anyone is actually interested in her love life.

Medical Why the flu shot this year may not protect you
Author: 0 Why the flu shot this year may not protect you

At this time a year ago, only nine people were hospitalized. It may be several years before a universal flu vaccine is available. One reason for the severe flu season may be that this year's vaccine may have been mismatched for the flu strains that ended up circulating, making the vaccinations ineffective.

Medical Study finds dogs have more smarts than cats
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Let the cat vs dog battle rage on. But, a new study by researchers at Vanderbilt University has found that dogs may be smarter than cats. That makes dogs, dare we say, smarter than cats. Herculano-Houzel also studied the brains of a ferret, mongoose, raccoon, hyena, lion and brown bear. That means that it may take as much brain power to avoid being caught as it does to do the catching.

Medical HIV Being Caught Sooner In More People — CDC
Author: 0 HIV Being Caught Sooner In More People — CDC

In another, police revealed the HIV status of a person they were putting into emergency accommodation and that information was illegally relayed to other inhabitants, causing panic and forcing police to accommodation the person elsewhere. In 2006 there were 200 new cases of syphilis, compared with 800 ten years later; for gonorrhoea the figures were 800 and 2,400 respectively. In a telebriefing on the new report, CDC director Brenda Fitzgerald, MD, stated that "annual HIV infections are ...

Medical Superstar Taylor Swift is coming to Croke Park
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Taylor Swift's chart-topping first single, " Look What You Made Me Do ", from reputation broke multiple records within hours of its release. The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week in the USA based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

Medical Prosecutors say Chinese cyber firm was front for hackers
Author: 0 Prosecutors say Chinese cyber firm was front for hackers

Weirdly, the individuals named in the indictment - Guangzhou Bo Yu Information Technology Company Ltd employees/associates Wu Yingzhuo, Dong Hao and Xia Lei, per Reuters - aren't being named as part of a realistic effort to prosecute them, since they live in China.

Medical Tobacco companies to run anti-smoking ads on TV starting Sunday
Author: 0 Tobacco companies to run anti-smoking ads on TV starting Sunday

But they're not being placed by advocacy groups; they are being placed by the tobacco companies . Full-page newspaper ads run in 50 major newspapers including newspapers that target Hispanicand African American communities. The tobacco companies negotiated to not have to use the phrase "here's the truth" in the advertisements. Specifically, the advertisements are to air between 7 and 10 p.m.

Medical Man Has Surgery to Remove 263 Coins, 100 Nails from Stomach
Author: 0 Man Has Surgery to Remove 263 Coins, 100 Nails from Stomach

Doctors performed an endoscopy to find out the cause, The Independent reports . Doctors treating a man for suspected food poisoning got the shock of their lives after they found as many as 263 coins and shaving blades - a total of 5kg of metal objects - in his stomach .

Medical One Lost Bird Creates Entirely New Bird Species on Pacific Island
Author: 0 One Lost Bird Creates Entirely New Bird Species on Pacific Island

The work, led by Uppsala University's Sangeet Lamichaney with Princeton University senior authors Rosemary and Peter Grant , appears this week in Science . The large cactus finch bred with the native medium ground finch ( Geospiza fortis ). It turned out the intruder was from a species resident on Espanola Island, more than 100 kilometres away.

Medical Arkansas fires former Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema
Author: 0 Arkansas fires former Wisconsin coach Bret Bielema

Bielema was sacked Friday just minutes after the Razorbacks lost to Missouri 48-45 at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium in Fayetteville. It's time for Arkansas to move forward. That is to say: The Razorbacks before Saturday had exactly one marginally meaningful win, over Ole Miss on October 28. Arkansas wasted little time firing coach Bret Bielema after the Hogs' season ended Friday, announcing his dismissal less than an hour after a loss to Missouri .

Medical Dem Rep. Pelosi: Accused Conyers Deserves 'Due Process'
Author: 0 Dem Rep. Pelosi: Accused Conyers Deserves 'Due Process'

Conyers, who denies the allegations , said in a statement he wanted to stay on the committee but did not want to undermine his colleagues as he faces an ethics investigation . Conyers fired her for refusing his sexual advances. "Any credible accusation must be reviewed by the Ethics Committee expeditiously", Ms Pelosi said.

Medical Irish government on verge of collapse ahead of EU Brexit summit
Author: 0 Irish government on verge of collapse ahead of EU Brexit summit

As negotiators prepare for the final round of talks ahead of a summit in Brussels on December 14th-15th, the Border has emerged as the biggest remaining barrier to Britain's ambition to move to the second phase of negotiations. In his speech to the DUP conference this afternoon, Mr Dodds said: "If I'm honest, I did not believe that in 2017 we were heading for a hung Parliament where the DUP would hold the balance of power, but looking back I don't think it was an accident how things turned out.

Medical Arsene Wenger Confirms Arsenal Star Will Miss Trip to Burnley This Weekend
Author: 0 Arsene Wenger Confirms Arsenal Star Will Miss Trip to Burnley This Weekend

The Gunners cruised to a 2-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the north London derby last weekend, and they should be up for it in east Lancashire despite the midweek Europa League defeat to Koln which involved a second-string squad. Arsenal won both Premier League meetings with the Clarets last season courtesy of 90th minute winners - only the second ever occasion of a team doing this home and away against the same opponent in the competition (after Manchester United v Manchester City in ...

Medical Mata keen to extend long-term Manchester United stay
Author: 0 Mata keen to extend long-term Manchester United stay

The win over Newcastle means that United have collected 26 points in the Premier League this season, although just four points now separate Jose Mourinho's side from seventh-placed Burnley after 12 matches of the 2017-18 campaign. Steven Gerrard has talked up the importance of Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic for Manchester United . "We managed to give him 15/20 minutes in both matches, he needs more of that, so hopefully, tomorrow, we play him again".

Medical 4-year-old boy booked for allegedly raping classmate in Delhi
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The girl's mother alleged that the school didn't take her complaint alleging the digital rape of the child seriously and refused to help her. But on Friday night, the child started crying and told her mother that her classmate had assaulted her using a pencil and his finger after unbuttoning her trousers in an empty classroom.

Medical Saudis lift Yemen blockade for aid supplies
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The International Rescue Committee (IRC) described the move as a "half measure at best" warning that aid alone can not feed the country. "They stressed the importance of addressing the humanitarian situation in Yemen and we said that we understood and that the closures were temporary while we work on a comprehensive aid and access plan", the official said.

Medical Parliament Statement on Latest Developments in Zimbabwe
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The 93-year-old had led the African country for 37 years, but resigned as impeachment proceedings began against him. British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday that Mugabe's resignation gave Zimbabwe the chance to forge a new path, free from oppression.

Medical Three Coffees a Day Brings More Health than Harm, According to Study
Author: 0 Three Coffees a Day Brings More Health than Harm, According to Study

November is Food Month in The Irish Times. "Coffee drinking appears safe within usual patterns of consumption", the researchers concluded in their study, published in the British Medical Journal on November 22. The study authors, led by the university's specialist registrar in public health Dr Robin Poole , said this shows coffee drinking "seems safe within usual patterns of consumption, except during pregnancy and in women at increased risk of fracture".

Medical Double standard for Bill Clinton
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The four unidentified women were working low-level positions at the Burkle organization at the time the offenses are alleged to have occurred. According to their accounts, Clinton helped Burkle generate business for his company by "flying around the world with a flock of handsome young women on Burkle's private jet, which was nicknamed 'Air F-k One'".

Medical Hard alcohol could make you feel instantly sexier, according to science
Author: 0 Hard alcohol could make you feel instantly sexier, according to science

Research has found that different types of alcohol have different effects on personality . If you want to feel relaxed after a hard day, better order wine or beer . Thus, according to scientists, it will be possible to reduce the level of violence in society, as well as the number of crimes on household soil, directly linked to the abuse of alcohol .

Medical Boy who got thousands of Christmas cards dies
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A 9-year-old, Jacob Thompson, who inspired thousands of people around the world to outpour Christmas cards as he had always been battling with deadly cancer, has died on Sunday. On Sunday, Thompson lost his battle with cancer. They said they hoped his story will raise awareness of neuroblastoma, a disease that affects young children.

Medical Kulbhushan Jadhav case: Pakistan set to submit its reply to ICJ
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The offer was made on 10 November by the Pakistan foreign office through the Indian High Commission in Islamabad. Islamabad last week took New Delhi by surprise by offering a meeting between Jadhav and his wife and it took a week for the latter to respond to the gesture, which Pakistan had said was on humanitarian grounds and as per "Islamic traditions and jurisprudence".

Medical Shaun Johnson targets media following New Zealand's shock loss to Fiji
Author: 0 Shaun Johnson targets media following New Zealand's shock loss to Fiji

They levelled the scores with a Shaun Johnson penalty early in the second half but Fiji refused to let them get a grip. Some of the players who featured for the Bati in the last two World Cups are Akuila Uate, James Storer and Ashton Sims while Jarryd Hayne played in 2008 and prominently featured for the Kangaroos in 2013 where he scored four tries against the Bati in the semis.

Medical At least 100 Rohingyas drowned fleeing Myanmar in last two months
Author: 0 At least 100 Rohingyas drowned fleeing Myanmar in last two months

The foreign ministers and the European Union envoy will go to Nay Pyi Taw in Myanmar for attending the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) and they will discuss there the Rohingya issue, said the junior minister. The senators also appreciated her generous response to the challenge of helping the Rohingya and told her that the USA was ready to provide every assistance to resolve the crisis.

Medical Cool running of Nigerian Olympic bobsled team
Author: 0 Cool running of Nigerian Olympic bobsled team

It will also be the first time in Nigeria's history that it will be represented at the Winter Olympics . Nigeria may be within grasp of a historic first ever appearance in the winter Olympics, but the three members of the Super Eagles women's bobsleigh team have bigger goals than simply qualifying to race next year in Pyeongchang.