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Breakthrough: 3-D Printed Ovaries Could be the Key to Restoring Fertility


These new ovaries allowed the mouse to ovulate, conceive and finally give birth, he continues, saying that "the key to success lies in the material used for 3D printing". "3-D printing is done by depositing filaments", says Rutz in a statement . We recently asked you to support our journalism. In Northwestern's lab, the researchers call these 3-D printed structures "scaffolds", and liken them to the scaffolding that temporarily surrounds a building while it undergoes repairs. Read More »

Hirono discloses kidney cancer; says prognosis is favorable


She outlined that her kidney cancer is "also present in my seventh rib". She will be treated at Medstar Georgetown University Hospital by a kidney cancer specialist. "I ask that we all keep our prayers and I am positive that Mazie will come out of this fine", said U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa, D-Hawaii. Mazie is a fighter, and I know that she brings that spirit to this latest challenge. Read More »

Western Wall is part of the West Bank

While in Israel he is expected to announce confidence building measures for brokering a peace deal under new terms, where the US would recognize all of Jerusalem as Israel's capital in exchange for throwing support behind the creation of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza. Read More »

GOP Health Bill Penalizes Patients Who Let Insurance Lapse

Instead of tweaking the House-passed bill, AARP, which has announced its opposition to the replacement legislation, is urging the Senate to simply toss the House's work and start over. Medicaid is central to the congressional discussion about Obamacare and the federal-state financial relationship. More than 700,000 Ohioans have received coverage through Medicaid since 2014. Read More »

Australia budget 2017: Treasurer implores banks to absorb tax


Revenue from the Medicare levy will be put into this fund plus the amount from general income tax that's needed to cover the total cost. 'If the banks want to send a message to Australia, that they want to horde this level of profit to themselves and not do their fair share to support budget fix, they can make that decision, ' he told 2SM Radio. Read More »

Beyonce, Bruno Mars Lead BET Awards Nominations


Bruno Mars follows Beyonce with five nominations, while Solange has only four. The BET Awards will also recognize achievements in film, television, sports and worldwide music acts across more than 19 categories. Beyonce's other nominations include album of the year for " Lemonade ", the viewer's choice award and video director of the year. She's also nominated twice for best collaboration with Kendrick Lamar's Freedom and Jay Z/DJ Khaled track Shining. Read More »

Don't click - What is the 'ransomware' WannaCry worm?


Managers and employees at government offices, organizations, and businesses returned to work warily on May 15 amid fears that a massive cyberattack could worsen after the weekend, but computer infections appear to have slowed. GMT on May 14. The Microsoft President also added: "The governments of the world should treat this attack as a wake-up call". "We haven't fully dodged this bullet at all until we're patched against the vulnerability itself". Read More »

Check your blood pressure on World Hypertension Day


Hypertension is a condition generally regarded as high blood pressure during which the arterial blood pressure raises to high level from the normal level. This machine notes blood pressure readings at regular intervals during a 24 hour period: typically, every 15 to 30 minutes during the day and 30 to 60 minutes at night. Read More »

Putin Offers U.S. Record of Trump-Lavrov Talks in Secrets Row

Two officials said they had no idea if their jobs were in jeopardy - but that Trump has given people private assurances they are safe. If that happens, it would be a catastrophe for national security. But Mr Comey said he did not say anything to Mr Trump about limiting the investigation, replying simply, "I agree he is a good guy". There was no mention of the other high-ranking Russian official that was in the room, ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak. Read More »

Two hospitals still diverting patients — NHS cyber attack


But some other technology industry executives said privately that it reflected a widely held view in Silicon Valley that the US government is too willing to jeopardize internet security in order to preserve offensive cyber capabilities. Russian President Vladimir Putin, noting the technology's link to the US NSA, said it should be "discussed immediately on a serious political level". Read More »

Most US troops kicked out for misconduct had mental illness


And yet, of that 62 percent suffering from mental health issues, which accounts for about 57,000 service members, 13,000 were separated for " other than honorable " reasons, which means those troops are cut off from various health benefits at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Read More »

South Korea, US agree to denuclearise Pyongyang


Responding to Russian President Vladimir Putin's statement warning against " intimidating " Pyongyang, Haley said that it was North Korea doing the intimidating , of the "entire worldwide community". Besides worries about North Korea's missile and nuclear weapons programs, cyber security researchers have found technical evidence they said could link Pyongyang with the WannaCry "ransomware" cyber attack that has infected more than 300,000 computers in 150 countries since Friday. Read More »

PCB suspends Mohammad Nawaz over PSL fixing scandal


During that hearing Nawaz had presented his case before the panel in relation to possible breaches of PCB's Anti-Corruption code. That there is no further/additional breach of the PCB Code by Nawaz after commencement of the period of ineligibility; and no previous breach of the PCB Code by the cricketer comes to light. Read More »

Coroner Says Healthy Teen Died From Caffeine Overdose


Davis was a high school sophomore who found his rhythm while playing the drums. How to check caffeine overdose? Davis' father believes that every family should be having a conversation about the effects of energy drinks. In a cup of coffee, you may have over 45 minutes or 60 minutes. When this happens, the heart will just give up. "Take the time to talk with your children about the dangers of caffeinated drinks". Read More »

Cornyn drops out of running for FBI director

Trump's choice will oversee the FBI's investigation into potential collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian government during the presidential campaign. On Thursday, Trump contradicted those talking points, telling NBC News that he planned to fire Comey well before the recommendations, and because Trump simply felt that Comey wasn't doing a good job. Read More »

Explain 'meaningful dialogue', door always open for India for OBOR: China

The meeting was attended by 29 world leaders, including Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. "We always follow the principle of extensive consultation, contribution and shared benefit", she said, referring to Chinese President Xi Jinping's remarks at the Summit that benefits from the venture should be shared by all. Read More »

Yemen cholera death toll continues to mount


Cholera has killed at least 115 people in the Yemeni capital Sanaa , the local Saba news agency said, after authorities on Sunday declared a state of emergency over the outbreak and called for global help to avert disaster. Yemen, an impoverished Arab country along the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula, has been involved in a civil war for the past two years. The first wave of cholera outbreak in Yemen was announced on October 6, 2016 by Yemen's Ministry of Public Health and Population. Read More »

Netanyahu pushes back against claim he asked Trump not to move embassy

Netanyahu is reportedly pushing to deliver a joint speech with Trump at Masada, another historical site in Israel, rather than just the introduction he is now slated for. In response, a statement from the Prime Minister's office read: "Israel's position has been stated many times to the American administration and to the world". Read More »

Donald Trump hits back over Russian information sharing

HORSLEY: But after that meeting, the president's own counterterrorism adviser was reportedly concerned enough he alerted US intelligence agencies about what the president had said . He added that, "at no time were intelligence sources or methods discussed", an allegation that was not made in the story, and that Trump "did not disclose any military operations that were not already publicly known". Read More »

Minnesota officer's trial to stay in St. Paul


Anthony, Minnesota Police Officer Jeronimo Yanez, who will go on trial May 30 for manslaughter in the shooting death of Philando Castile. Reynolds and her daughter, then 4, were also in the vehicle. Paulsen, who is assisting the Ramsey County attorney's office, also said the state plans to present testimony from an expert who will say that THC found via a blood test administered post-mortem can not pinpoint when a person last used marijuana. Read More »

Sen. Cornyn Tells Trump Administration He's Not Interested in FBI Director Job

The only reason he was open-minded to do it [is because] he thought he could help the country", he said, calling Cornyn a "really good man". Libby Hambleton, a spokeswoman for Cornyn, said in an email that the senator was honored to have been invited to speak, but that he "respects the administration's decision and looks forward to continuing to engage with the university in the future". Read More »

Blood tests to resume at NHS cyber attack hospitals from tomorrow


The US Senate Intelligence Committee is monitoring the attack and expects to receive a briefing in the coming days from the Trump administration, a panel aide said. NHS Digital said it had made health trusts aware last month of IT protection that could have prevented the damage. He believes that state-sponsored cyberespionage groups could also take advantage of the SMB flaw to plant stealthy backdoors on computers while defenders are busy dealing with the much more visible ransomware attack. Read More »

Watch Always Dreaming win the 143rd Kentucky Derby


Wagering from all-sources was the highest all-time on both the Kentucky Derby Day program and on the Kentucky Derby race. The race usually lasts about two minutes. Always Dreaming stole the show with a great performance at the 143rd Kentucky Derby on Saturday. Under Velazquez, he broke well from the fifth post and was always near the front. Read More »

Apple patented a pizza box, for pizzas


Wired got an inside look at the campus and found an unlikely innovation: a pizza box. Apple has spared no detail in building its new spaceship-like campus in Cupertino, California - even when it comes to the to-go containers at its cafeteria. Read More »