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CNN medical correspondent says Trump has coronary heart illness


Ronny Jackson told reporters from the briefing room. "It's a screening assessment that we use routinely in the clinics to determine whether someone has some degree of cognitive impairment or not", he said. Trump took particular issue with the idea that people who'd fled to the USA after disasters hit their homes in places such as El Salvador, Guatemala and Haiti would be allowed to stay as part of the deal, according to the people briefed on the conversation. Read More »

President Trump says Sen. Durbin misrepresented discussion

If Trump did use vulgar or racist language in the meeting, Cotton asked rhetorically, "why didn't Sen". Trump has said he's not a racist, and insisted he ever used the term " sh*thole countries " to describe places like Haiti, El Salvador, and African nations in a private Oval Office meeting with several senators, including Durbin. Read More »

Connecticut Sees Rise In Flu Cases Among Elderly


With the 2017-18 flu season the most active in recent years, Tanner Health System is implementing a visitor policy to help curtail the spread of the virus in the region while also protecting its patients. Nasal spray vaccine is not recommended for this flu season, because of concerns about its effectiveness. "We always have to remember that the Flu, although very common and we see it every year, is the most deadly virus", says Dr. Read More »

Costly day for Kohli as Proteas close in on series win


Looking at Pujara's past performance, he has been compared to Rahul Dravid. We needed to get 400, especially from the position we were in, but for me the vital time was the second innings. But he eventually lost his patience and lashed out at an Ishant delivery which cost him his wicket. He again got a game ahead of Ajinkya Rahane but could not make it count. Read More »

Here's Trump's full health report from his first physical exam as president

The White House physician fielded questions from reporters for close to an hour about Trump's physical and mental health following the president's physical last week. "It's called genetics", Jackson said. After the test, Jackson declared that Trump performed "exceedingly well". The book detailed a number of alarming incidents during Trump's first year in office, and forced the president to publicly defend his competence. Read More »

Dudley health chiefs urge 'at risk' groups to get free flu jab


Montana is current seeing widespread influenza activity and the CDC is also warning the public about the potential severity this flu season poses. MDH announced the news of the first child flu death of the year on Thursday, Jan. The flu death record was set at 97 during the 2014-2015 flu year, and it looks like this year will easily surpass that mark. So far, officials with the Oklahoma State Department of Health say that 22 people have died from the virus since September. Read More »

Flu season of to record start as hospitals see a widespread outbreak


Only 18.5 percent contracted H1N1. Cold symptoms include a cough, raised temperature, runny nose and a sore throat, but luckily for sufferers, these symptoms should ease fairly quickly. They will reopen their doors on Tuesday following the Martin Luther King holiday. "It has a lot to do with the viruses they were exposed to in the past", Brammer said. Read More »

Trump's comments on immigration vulgar - and racist | Letters

But in between, the president sat in a White House meeting on immigration policy and denigrated much of the African diaspora as " shithole countries " while expressing a preference for immigrants from Norway, a majority white nation. "I think [Trump's] being educated". But Trump's leaked remarks during an immigration meeting Thursday calling Africa a bunch of "shithole countries," coupled with his contradictory tweets that same day about a House bill authorizing foreign surveillance on ... Read More »

Centurion Test: Kohli strikes fifty as India reach 183/5 at stumps


Aiden Markram (94) and Hashim Amla (82) were mainly responsible for getting South Africa into a strong position despite some good bowling by off-spinner Ashwin, who took 3-90 in 31 overs. In fact, there were also some heated exchange between Rabada and the Indian batsmen, but nothing could deter the focus these two showed in the middle. Read More »

Eagles overcome wind, Falcons for National Football League playoff victory


INCONSISTENT OFFENSE: These weren't the Falcons who lit up the scoreboard on their way to winning the NFC championship past year. I feel like I could have executed a lot better. "Nobody has given us a chance", head coach Doug Pederson said after the win. "We're just going to keep believing in one another and just keep fighting". Read More »

Benue Killings: Ortom meets Buhari in Abuja to discuss herdsmen attacks


Some of the residents couldn't hide their anger as they placed curses on the killers. Benue State Government has concluded arrangement to give mass burial to the victims of the New Year attack next Thursday. He also said he advised Governor Samuel Ortom of Benue State when he signed the anti-grazing law of the dangers involved in its implementation. "It will obviously affect the food security of the state as the two local government areas that were attacked are among the most ... Read More »

Trump Just Made a Huge Announcement About Offshore Drilling


Zinke's plan is considered the most ambitious offshore drilling proposal in decades, and is a effect of President Donald Trump's executive order in April encouraging more drilling rights in federal waters. However, environmentalists expressed concerns over the ramifications of this move, as it will negate the environmental protection barriers put in place by the Obama administration. Read More »

USA east coast hit by 'bomb cyclone'


Seventeen cold-related deaths have been reported across the usa, according to the Associated Press news agency.Hurricane force winds of up to 60mph (95km/h) are expected to hammer the north-eastern United States coastline. U.S. Sen. Tim Scott made a decision to have some fun with the weather , tweeting video of himself being pulled along in the snow behind a vehicle while he knelt on a boogie board. Read More »

Hundreds struck down in flu epidemic as pressure increases on region's hospitals


For up-to-date tips and information about the cold and flu season, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Influenza B can also affect older people and is the strain that most often infects children. "It can reduce the severity of symptoms". "It's relatively mild but there can be more serious cases". Rock Island County residents interested in getting a flu shot can call the health department at 794-7080. Read More »

Bengaluru firm institutes mental health leave for employees


Lee said at present, the committees mainly focused on the safety aspects of the workplace, such as hazards and risks. The professor said mental health has never been the priority of the government. The session at Open in Norwich also gave attendees the chance to discuss their experiences with mental health - whether in their industry or with their own staff. Read More »

Philadelphia Eagles improve to 4-1 after dominating Arizona Cardinals


In by far their most convincing performance of the season, the first-place Philadelphia Eagles turned some skeptics into believers. Wentz was 21 of 30 for 304 yards, four touchdowns and one interception. Eagles rookie kicker Jake Elliott hit a late 28-yard field goal to extend the lead to 34-7. It was all Philadelphia in this game as they never trailed the Cardinals. Read More »

DCSS dressed in all pink for breast cancer awareness


Dr. Ethan Rogers is with The Breast Center at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. "We are excited once again to join with our partners at Florida Hospital to recognize survivors and support breast cancer research through the Treasure Chests Finish at the 50 Fun Run and Corporate Challenge", said Buccaneers Chief Operating Officer Brian Ford. Read More »

San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz Responds to Trump With "Nasty" Shirt


At the news conference, Governor Rosselló also responded to Mr. Trump's comment in an interview with Fox News that his administration could help the island wipe out its crushing $73 billion debt. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, there are more than 10,000 U.S. officials on the ground on the island, and 45% of customers now have access to drinking water. Read More »

DACA Deadline Only a Temporary Reprieve from Fear of Deportation


To qualify, a person would have to have entered the country before age 18, lived in the USA for four years before the Act went into effect, been admitted to college or obtained a GED/high school diploma. Beyond the DREAM Act , Dorado says, overall immigration reform is the goal, because DREAMers don't exist in a vacuum. "The fear is they're going to get this knock on the door once the program is over, 'We know where you are, we know you're illegal, come with us, it's time to go, '" said ... Read More »

Giving blood for Las Vegas


All blood donors are screened ahead of time. "It is important to be well-hydrated", Kleman said. The center can't send blood to Las Vegas unless it also has enough to meet local needs. They will process people who are already in line, take pledges and make appointments for the rest of the people who would like to donate. "It's really the blood that's on the shelves right now that's saving lives", says Shawn Shields, Senior Director of Donor Recruitment at Lifeblood. Read More »

Community recognizes Breast Cancer Awareness Month


Dr. Ashworth also discovered a way to kill BRCA1- and BRCA2-related tumor cells by treating them with a new class of drugs called poly (ADP-ribose) polymerase inhibitors or "PARP inhibitors". "But, men have breast cancer? ". "It's partnerships like these that allow our mission to continue and help more women across the nation". As the largest voluntary health organization, the Society's efforts have contributed to a 20 percent decline in cancer death rates in the USA since 1991, and a 50 ... Read More »

England lucky to have Kane, says Hart


Hart felt Kane's secret was his simplicity in front of goal.The striker has made steady progress over the past two seasons for his club, scoring 25 and 29 goals to pick up the golden boot twice in succession. Paper Round's view: We'll assume this "battle" follows a period of quiet self-reflection by Barkley, who's concluded perhaps a salary of £150k per week (his rumoured self-valuation back in the summer months) was a little steep, after all. Read More »