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Cheese doesn't raise risk of heart attack or stroke, study finds


All these studies were conducted within the last 35 years. Five of the studies were performed in the United Kingdom. In fact, the research suggested that fermented dairy products may help prevent heart attack or stroke. Journal Reference : Jing GuoEmail authorArne AstrupJulie A. LovegroveLieke GijsbersDavid I. GivensSabita S. Soedamah-Muthu - Milk and dairy consumption and risk of cardiovascular diseases and all-cause mortality: dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies. Read More »

Cinnabon Offering Free Treats to Nurses During National Nurses Week


Nurses from HSHS Sacred Heart and Saint Joseph's Hospitals gathered Wednesday night for the free event at Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls. Mrs Hannah Clark, a teacher at Fazakerley Primary School, said: "The children really enjoyed getting stuck into these projects and it made them think about the impact that nursing and the NHS has already had on their lives and how it might do in the future". Read More »

Ransomware hack attack exposes serious NHS vulnerabilities

They said the system was down and that they can not transfer anyone till the computer system was back up so he is still in the theatre. Microsoft rolled out a patch for the vulnerability last March, but hackers took advantage of the fact that vulnerable targets - particularly hospitals - had yet to update their systems. Read More »

Lakeridge Health reports tech problems amid global cyberattack


Kaspersky researcher Costin Raiu cited 45,000 attacks in 74 countries, saying that the malware, a self-replicating "worm", was spreading quickly. The New Zealand Police are aware of the ransom ware attacks happening overseas including the National Health Service in England. Read More »

Auburn baseball falls in game two of LSU series


The second-seeded Auburn Tigers got a two-run home run in the bottom of the sixth inning from Kendall Veach to knock the Kentucky Wildcats out of the 2017 Southeastern Conference Tournament in a 2-0 game. Thompson rarely made mistakes through his first 10 starts of the season but has made four costly ones over the last eight days. "That's huge", Poche said. Read More »

Kidnapped Indian Priest In Yemen Pleads For Help In Video


In the clip aired by Aden Times, the 58-year-old says the state of his health is deteriorating rapidly and he be hospitalised at the earliest. "My dear family people, do what you can to help my release", he pleaded. He garnered worldwide attention last spring when rumors spread that he was to be crucified on Good Friday. "Neither the bishop nor the Indian authorities asked them what they really want to get me released". Read More »

US suspends aid to Kenya's health ministry over corruption


The step was taken due to reports of corruption and weak accounting procedures at the ministry, the embassy said in a statement Tuesday. United States invests more than $650 million on health in Kenya annually. "For instance, the millions of Kenyans who receive antiretroviral drugs through US support will not be affected", Godec said. It added it was working with the ministry to improve accounting and it will restore funding if changes are made. Read More »

British hospitals say hit by suspected national cyber attack


Tech experts are now battling to fix the problem, which the NHS has declared a "major incident", and computers at walk-in centres, hospitals, and at GP surgeries have been taken offline, along with some telephone services. Authorities in Britain have been braced for cyber attacks in the run-up to the vote, as happened during last year's USA election and on the eve of the French vote. Read More »

May to campaign in the north-east as she targets Labour's 'deserted' voters


In an attempt to lure disillusioned voters, particularly in Labour heartlands, she said that Jeremy Corbyn did not care about the working-class. Police officers from the Metropolitan police's royalty and specialist protection unit were driving the party's leader, Jeremy Corbyn to a meeting about Labour's upcoming general election manifesto, after a draft of it was leaked, The Guardian reports. Read More »

Valeant Pharmaceuticals Intl Inc And Office Depot Inc Soar After Earnings Results


Academy Capital Management Inc sold 113,065 shares as Valeant Pharmaceuticals (VRX)'s stock declined 40.52%. RBC Capital Markets maintained Valeant Pharmaceuticals Intl Inc (TSE: VRX ) rating on Monday, February 6. TRADEMARK VIOLATION NOTICE: This piece was first reported by Transcript Daily and is the property of of Transcript Daily. If you are reading this report on another website, it was illegally copied and reposted in violation of USA & global trademark and copyright laws. Read More »

Arrow Electronics, Inc. (ARW) Stake Maintained by Nisa Investment Advisors LLC


The current share price indicates that stock is -0.88% away from its one year high and is moving 51.74% ahead of its 52-week low. Institutional investors own 93.74% of the company's stock. The stock has "Buy" rating by Shore Capital on Friday, September 2. As per Friday, December 9, the company rating was maintained by Shore Capital. The firm has "Buy" rating by Goldman Sachs given on Wednesday, April 27. Read More »

Stocks under Consideration: HP Inc. (HPQ), Banco Bradesco SA (BBD)

Newer companies are less likely to pay dividends because they don't have a long record of profits and they are more likely to use their profits to pay for further growth of the company. Since March 10, 2017, it had 0 insider purchases, and 1 sale for $324,424 activity. The average 12-month target price among analysts that have issued a report on the stock in the previous year is $16.13. Read More »

Pfizer immuno-oncology drug wins US approval for bladder cancer


The median time to response was 2 months; median duration of response has not been reached (range 1.4-17.4 months). In a phase 1, open-label, single-arm, multicenter study, Bavencio demonstrated efficacy and safety for the treatment of 242 patients with locally advanced or metastatic UC. Read More »

Recalls Issued for Aunt Jemima and Ben and Jerry's Products


Pinnacle expects to take a noncash charge of $50 million to $60 million related to the exit. The recall stated that testing of the Aunt Jemima waffles produced by Pinnacle Foods indicated the presence of Listeria monocytogenes in the plant where the products are made. Read More »

Forest Lake Changes Its Mind About Dropping Its Police Force


About 1,300 students from Forest Lake High School and two middle schools walked out of class Tuesday in protest of the Forest Lake City Council's decision to eliminate the city's police department. "Having said that, you do need community support, and that would have taken some time to build". "It is clear to me that the public values the service the Forest Lake Police Department provides", Starry's statement read. Read More »

Hampshire NHS Trust cyber attack statement

That is more than 167 times the number recorded in 2015, when 3.8 million ransomware attacks were reported. Screenshots of a well known program that locks computers and demands a payment in Bitcoin have been shared online by parties claiming to be affected. Read More »

Penske powers up at Indy


Penske has come to dominate this event. The last time Power started from the pole position was in 2015, where he won the race. And 2017 looks to be no exception. "I never did, but even less now". Indy Car driver Will Power (12) runs a practice lap before the Angie's List Grand Prix Of Indianapolis at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Road Course. Read More »

Hastings police sergeant sues chief, city for racism


Brown filed a lawsuit on April 11, suing the city of Hastings , Pratt, City Manager Jeff Mansfield, Deputy Chief Dale Boulter, and Sgt. Kris Miller. This police officer is now suing the city of Hastings and a number of police officers for "intentional infliction of emotional distress", Michigan Live reported . Read More »

Fla. lawmakers under pressure to implement medical marijuana legislation


Sen. Rob Bradley, who was the Senate's lead marijuana negotiator during session, also said he preferred that the Legislature get involved before next year's session starts in January. After the bill failed to pass, Morgan voiced his frustration with the process on social media. While patients are prohibited by current law from smoking cannabis products, the bud-like product can easily be used in joints, bongs or pipes. Read More »

ACB files three FIRs in PWD scam


Sharma, who is the founder of Roads Anti-Corruption Organisation (RACO) has also submitted a complaint to the ACB for a probe in the alleged "mysterious" death of Kejriwal's relative Surender Bansal. After a criminal complaint in this regard was filed, the matter was also probed by the Economic Offences Wing (EOW) of the Delhi Police. However, they haven't been named in the FIR. Read More »

Brazil's ex-leader Silva faces corruption judge for 1st time


Lula is accused of having received bribes worth 3.7 million reais (1.15 million US dollars) from the OAS construction company, in the form of a three-floor apartment in Guaruja, a resort town on the coast of Sao Paulo. Since it was launched in March 2014, the investigation centred on state oil company Petrobras has led to the convictions of dozens of top politicians and business executives. Read More »

Massive cyber attack hits British healthcare services

A cyber attack which hit Britain's National Health Service (NHS) was declared as a major incident Friday night, with British Prime Minister Theresa May saying it was an worldwide attack. It said the attacks were carried out with a version of WannaCry ransomware that encrypted files and prompted a demand for money transfers to free up the system. Read More »

Up to 74 countries affected in ransomware cyber attack

Health workers reported being locked out of their systems and seeing messages demanding ransom payments to regain access. More than 57,000 computers across 74 countries, including Spain, Portugal, Russia, and Taiwan, were rapidly infected by similar ransomware Friday, researchers found . Read More »

Cyberattacks using leaked NSA hacking tool affect 12 nations

It is an global attack. Over 45,000 attacks in 70 countries were recorded by Russian security firm Kaspersky - with the most attacks occurring in Russia. She said less than 1% of its computers were affected, and that the virus is now "localized". Security experts warn there is no guarantee that access will be granted after payment. Read More »