Health Care

CFL Saskatchewan denies 'illegal' workout with Johnny Manziel, could sue

Saskatchewan did not have permission to have the workout and has denied that it took place. "The rules regarding the [negotiating list] are outlined in our by-laws", a league official said. CFL spokesperson Paulo Senra issued the following statement about the report. "The Riders tell us that they did not work out Manziel". In 2016, Manziel was also charged with domestic violence involving his ... [Full Article...]

Willie Nelson Cancels Three California Shows Due To Undisclosed Illness

Refunds are available at point of purchase . At this time, Willie's reps have said that he plans on performing on February 16 at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo. The country icon's publicist, Elaine Schock , did not offer the AP any additional details about Nelson's health troubles. The singer-songwriter behind hits like "On the Road Again" is due to release a new album called "God's Pr... [Full Article...]

Brexit deal will go to United Kingdom parliamentary vote: minister

Brexit deal will go to United Kingdom parliamentary vote: minister The amendment was "asking for (what) we have already committed to", said a spokesman. And some Tories are not happy with the " take it or leave it " option which would mean that if MPs rejected a deal, Britain would have to fall back on World Trade Organisation rules. [Full Article...]

Steps to Follow for a Life Free of Heart Disease

In a report published on, depression was just as strongly linked to cardiovascular disease as any of the more common "big five" risk factors that the American Heart Association warns people about. The American Heart Association has said that the goal of this effort is to encourage awareness of the issue of women and heart disease, in an effort to save more lives. [Full Article...]

Dripping: Kids Are Trying This Potentially Harmful E-Cigarette Hack

Dripping: Kids Are Trying This Potentially Harmful E-Cigarette Hack The authors of a new study described dripping as "vaporizing the e-liquid at high temperatures by dripping a couple of drops of e-liquid directly onto an atomizer's coil and then immediately inhaling the vapor that is produced". The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention insisted that e-cigarette producers specifically target young people in their marketing tactics and offer appealing flavours... [Full Article...]

Beyoncé Is Pregnant...With Twins

Beyoncé Is Pregnant...With Twins A sullen Jay Z appears at the end of the film to embrace her, suggesting reconciliation. Queen Bey's surprise news, accompanied by a highly stylized photo of herself wearing lingerie and clutching her belly, notched 6.33 million likes less than eight hours after she posted it to Instagram Wednesday at around 1:40 p.m. [Full Article...]

Earthquake With Magnitude 5.8 On The Richter Scale Hits North India

Earthquake With Magnitude 5.8 On The Richter Scale Hits North India The epicenter of the quake was in Rudraprayag district, around 180 km northwest from Uttarakhand capital Dehradun. It lasted for 30 seconds. Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat told television channels that all the concerned Departments of the state government and the State Disaster Response Force and other agencies had been put on maximum alert. [Full Article...]

What to know about Trump's visa and refugee restrictions

What to know about Trump's visa and refugee restrictions Many, including Dearborn Attorney Nabih H. Ayad, who's representing plaintiffs in a lawsuit that calls the order unconstitutional, aren't buying it. It plays into the narrative of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria or Al-Qaeda. Under the Immigration Act of 1965, the president may not refuse to give visas to immigrants coming to live in the United States permanently due to their nationality. [Full Article...]

Iran bans United States wrestlers from competition

Iran bans United States wrestlers from competition President Donald Trump's immigration crackdown. Trump's executive order, signed on January 27, prohibits citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries - Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen - from being granted entry to the USA for a 90-day period. [Full Article...]

Go red for women's heart health

Go red for women's heart health Helena Foulkes, President of CVS Pharmacy, has also been named as the inaugural National Chair for Go Red For Women , an annual campaign created to raise awareness of heart disease and stroke as the number one killer of women and to empower women to take charge of their heart health. [Full Article...]

Chile battles worst wildfire in country's history

Almost nine out of 10 people surveyed by pollster Cadem said they believed most of the fires were intentional and 75 percent disapproved of how the government had handled the disaster. A Boeing 747 "supertanker" from the United States has been helping quench fires in some regions-paid for by donations from the foundation of Lucy Ana Aviles, a Chilean who lives in Denver and is married to Walmart's... [Full Article...]

Lilly revenue beats as diabetes drug sales rise

Lilly revenue beats as diabetes drug sales rise Of them, 0 have a Sell, 23 suggested Buy, 22 said Outperform and 3 called Hold rating for the stock, based on Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S. 1 recommends the stock is "underperforming". Full-year sales rose 6% to $21.22 billion, barely beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $21.03 billion. The Company got Upgrade by Morgan Stanley on 16-Dec-16 from Equal-Weight to Overweight. [Full Article...]

Goldman Sachs CEO Tells Employees Bank Does Not Support Trump's Muslim Ban

Wall Street leaders have mostly remained silent since President Trump issued an executive order on Friday temporarily stopping citizens from seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S. While the nation's technology companies are seen as having benefited tremendously by robust immigration and skilled foreign workers, Wall Street also relies on such workers and is generally seen as losing... [Full Article...]

TCS leads software stocks lower as Trump boubles H1-B visa costs

TCS leads software stocks lower as Trump boubles H1-B visa costs This H-1B visa reform can stop firms replacing American employees with foreign workers, including Indians. In addition to satisfying the minimum wage requirements, the bill will also mandate that employers first try to hire a qualified American for the job before applying for an H-1B or L1 visa. [Full Article...]

WCVB wants you to Go Red!

The Ocean County Board of Chosen Freeholders will proclaim February 3 as "National Wear Red Day" to promote awareness and understanding of heart disease as a key element in every woman's overall health and wellness in Ocean County and the United States. [Full Article...]

New Jersey man assaults bishop during mass

New Jersey man assaults bishop during mass The Saturday event was in honor of Clemente, the Baseball Hall of Famer, who died in a 1972 plane crash as he traveled to Nicaragua to personally deliver humanitarian help to natural disaster victims. Police identified the man as 42-year-old Charles Miller. Goodness said the auxiliary bishop received treatment at a local hospital after the incident but was home by last night and resting. [Full Article...]

Cops Fulfill Teen's Odd Bucket List Wish

Police in central OH helped a teenage leukaemia patient cross off quite a shocking bucket-list item: she wanted to use a stun gun on someone. Barry volunteered to get shocked as well on Sunday, giving Alyssa a second chance to use the taser - which she described as "awesome". [Full Article...]

Namco founder Masaya Nakamura has died at age 91

In 2005, Namco merged with rival company Bandai to form Bandai Namco where Mr. Nakamura retained an honorary position as senior advisor. Legend has it Iwatani made a decision to base the game on eating - and Pac-Man is a pizza with a slice missing. [Full Article...]

Scientists Create First Ever Flu Vaccine to Keep Your Dog Healthy

Today, veterinarians use vaccines that include inactivated or killed flu virus, but experts say they provide short-term, limited protection. The Mississippi State Department of Health reports the first confirmed pediatric influenza death for the 2016-2017 flu season. [Full Article...]

Many Americans want changes to ACA but few support immediate repeal

Many Americans want changes to ACA but few support immediate repeal However, an executive order Trump signed on his first day in office could pave the way to gut the Affordable Care Act, signaling its repeal as one of his top priorities. "That's a situation where the insurance companies will be filled with people who are high-cost users", Ullmann said. "It is terrifying to think about the repeal of the ACA". [Full Article...]

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