Friday, 14 December 2018
Latest news
Home » Health Care

Health Care

City Under Siege: Death Toll in Philippines Islamist Violence Nears 100


The Philippines military said yesterday it was close to retaking the southern city held for a seventh day by Islamist militants, as helicopters unleashed more rockets on positions held by the rebels aligned with Islamic State. Though most people have left, those stranded are anxious they could be intercepted by militants at checkpoints on routes out of the city. The Maute group was blamed for last year's bombing in the president's home city, Davao, which killed 14 people, and its ... Read More »

Cristiano better than Messi this season, says Ronaldo


RONALDO NEVER WANTED to leave Real Madrid but felt he was forced out after a series of rows with Fabio Capello over the Brazilian's weight. "I hope he has more children, he wants to be a father again, now that Cristiano has money, he can raise more children as well". Read More »

France's Macron holding 'tough' talks with Putin near Paris

Putin emphasized the need for closer cooperation between Russian Federation and France , two nuclear-armed permanent members of the U.N. Security Council. Mr Macron portrayed the meeting as just a first step in resetting the country's relations with Russian Federation. "Putin likes these big symbolic things. Read More »

Chemists to go on nationwide strike today, shops likely to remain closed


The chemists have strongly hit out against the centre's proposal to set up an e-portal to regulate the sale of medicines. The chemist body is also likely to hold a demonstration at Jantar Mantar tomorrow to highlight their concerns. Addressing a press conference here on Friday the president of Chemist and Druggist Association of Goa (CDAG), Prasad Tamba, said "There are 600 pharmacies in the state which will remain closed for 24 hours on May 30". Read More »

South Africa on high alert after Ebola outbreak in DRC


Idris emphasized that the Federal Government instituted a ban on the repatriation of human remains into the country in all points of entry as a precautionary measure to avoid importation of any infectious disease, saying that the ban was one of the interventions the nation undertook during the Ebola outbreak. Read More »

Amber Alert suspect turns himself in


Crout is the father of two of the children. TBI says the children later were found safe in Lexington, about 110 miles (177 kilometers) northeast of Memphis. They are believed to be in the mother's vehicle a dark brown 2010 Hyundai Sonata with TN registration 856QDG. Warrants for aggravated kidnapping and aggravated assault have been issued for Crout. Read More »

US beats Kiwis on opening day of America's Cup qualifiers

But the more serious damage was to BAR - who could have trouble making repairs in time for their scheduled races on Sunday against heavy hitters Team USA and Team New Zealand . "However, I'm extremely proud of the way the whole team regrouped from that defeat and fixed everything in an nearly flawless race against Oracle Team USA". Read More »

We Quizzed The PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN Cast on Their Pirate IQ


New guy Javier Bardem , who plays Salazar, said: "There are new characters, which is going to bring a new flavour, a different dimension to one of the most-powerful franchises of all time". This marks the first Hollywood feature film to be released in the format. Johnny Depp , who got an Oscar nomination for Best Actor for playing Captain Jack Sparrow the first time, comes across as nearly caricaturish in some scenes in his fifth. Read More »

PM inaugurates country's longest river bridge


The travel time from Dhola to Sadiya through another route would take some eight hours. "For fulfilling India's dream of becoming a top economically developed nation, a superpower, the northeast region is the place to begin with", Modi said. Read More »

Pakistan PM's son grilled over Panama Papers


It should be recalled that Hussain Nawaz had submitted a five-page application in SC's registry raising objections on impartiality of two JIT members. The Supreme court took up the case a year ago and in its judgment held that an investigation team should probe the money trail after Mr. Sharif's family failed to produce a clear money trail to establish the amassing of assets overseas. Read More »

'GST will help in evolving India as tax-compliant society'


The Nagaland Assembly on Saturday passed Goods and Services Tax ( GST ) Bill to join rest of the country. Currently, some states levy purchase tax of 2-5 per cent on foodgrains, which will be abolished under GST. Though under GST, the entertainment tax has been subsumed watching movies in theatre or for that matter even on TV at home can probably get expensive with the state continues to having a hold on the right to levy local charges on the tickets and with local bodies imposing additional ... Read More »

Beef fests held to protest ban on sale of cattle for slaughter


When asked about the IIT- Management's reaction, he said till now the management has not objected to the fest. PMK chief S Ramadoss also slammed the ban. He called for collective resistance to defend the food rights of citizens. The opposition Congress also slammed the new rules, saying the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) was behind the move as they were "trying to divide the society". Read More »

Mesut Ozil dedicates victory to young Arsenal fans


Arsenal finished fifth in the league, having crashed out of the Champions League following a 10-2 aggregate defeat to Bayern Munich. The former Werder Bremen defender admitted he had "suffered" this season but was delighted to be able to give his all as Arsenal turned a mediocre campaign into a memorable one by securing a record 13th FA Cup win. Read More »

Donald Trump Says 'Germans Are Very Bad'

President Trump rounded out his first foreign trip since taking office by joining other G7 leaders as they walked the streets of Taormina, Sicily . World leaders had hoped to put out a statement of consensus on the Paris Agreement which is created to cut global carbon emissions but Mr Trump took to social media to say he would make up his mind next week. Read More »

Newborn baby mimics walking right after birth in Brazil


Some are born with more or fewer fingers, some don't cry, meanwhile, others just can't stop crying, but this baby boy is definitely a standout when compared to others. Although the baby's "walking" looks like an incredible feat, it is actually a normal newborn reflex known as the walking or stepping reflex. Interestingly, the baby walking is a natural action called the "stepping reflex" where the baby attempts to take a few steps once place on a hard surface. Read More »

Nepal celebrates anniversary of Mount Everest conquest


Ravi Kumar went missing recently and his body was spotted inside a crevice last week. Mingma Sherpa, head of Seven Summits Trek, shared, "Our rescuers found bodies of four climbers in a tent at camp four yesterday". Lukla airport - commonly nicknamed the most unsafe airport in the world - in the main gateway to the Everest region and sees thousands of trekkers and climbers pass through it each year. Read More »

UK: Manchester Police Arrest Another Suspect in Bomb Probe, Total 12


Seven children were among the dead in what was the most costly terror attack to hit Britain since the July 7 bombings in 2005. When asked how many potential militants the government was anxious about, Rudd said the security services were looking at 500 different potential plots, involving 3,000 people as a "top list", with a further 20,000 beneath that. Read More »

Underdog Cavaliers insist they have plenty of bite for NBA Finals


As the NBA Playoffs continue, the end of the season is within sight. To echo comments Kevin Durant had earlier today regarding a similar topic, the imbalanced parity in the league today isn't LeBron's fault. " Closest thing to dying that I know of". That's what has occurred here to the National Basketball Association and to us as fans, three rounds of competitive playoffs essentially sacrificed for the hope of one spectacular super series pitting super teams. Read More »

Mrs. Trump visits Brussels children's hospital, art museum

While visiting with children at the hospital, Melania "spoke to them in Italian, she signed bandages and she took lots of selfies", Grisham said. She spent some time with the children, and she ended the visit praying in the hospital's chapel, while also taking a time to pause in front of a Madonna statue outside of the hospital for a quiet time of meditation. Read More »

Rajkummar Rao offers help to unsuccessful Class 12 students


She just fell short of two marks-one each in History and Psychology-to get a ideal 100 in each of the five subjects. "We stood by her to support her, but she completely was guided by the school teachers and followed their instructions to the word", her father, Gopal Srinivasan told ANI. Read More »