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'Avocado hand' is the weirdest injury you've never heard of


Catherine Proust told The Times that when she suffered a bout of avocado hand , she visited the hospital where she was told she was the fourth casualty of that nature that day. waves of people come in around the same time of year, such as Cinco de Mayo, when everyone is attempting to make guacamole). Basically, it's - prepare yourself for this - when you accidentally jab yourself with a knife while cutting up your avocado. Read More »

GlaxoSmithKline plc's (GSK) "Buy" Rating Reiterated at HSBC Holdings plc

Schafer Cullen Capital Management Inc. now owns 2,431,178 shares of the pharmaceutical company's stock worth $104,857,000 after buying an additional 177,106 shares in the last quarter. The ex-dividend date is Wednesday, May 10th. After $0.62 actual EPS reported by GlaxoSmithKline plc (ADR) for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts 14.52% EPS growth. Read More »

Officer Dies after Crash in Western Michigan


Wednesday on Henry Street near the Ross Road intersection in Norton Shores . In a post offering their condolences, the Muskegon County Sheriff's Office identified the officer killed as Jon Ginka. The 10-year veteran of the police department leaves behind a wife and two children. The Norton Shores sommunity is in mourning for a police officer killed in a vehicle crash. Read More »

Smiling can make you look older


We'd rather show off our personality-and our "smile lines"-than walk around like a zombie in an attempt to shave off a couple of years from our face". The study authors wanted to know if smiling individuals would be perceived as younger than they actually were, since people tend to associate smiling with happiness, positive values, and youth. Read More »

Three men saved from drowning


The three men, identified as Altaf Shaikh, 30, Suraj Prajapati, 25, and Sarfaraz Shaikh, 24, were sitting on the rocky portion during low tide. The youth said they had gone to the beach early in the morning during low tide, and did not realise when the water started rising. Read More »

Congressman Adam Schiff questions FBI Director James Comey's dismissal

But there are new concerns about how Comey's role in overseeing the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and possible collusion with the Trump campaign affected the president's decision. He said he doesn't believe Comey was sacked because of any missteps in the Hillary Clinton email investigation. "You have to remember there are six people between a case agent and a director", she said. Read More »

'Shark Tank' star reveals he was diagnosed with cancer


I have another half of my thyroid still in. "I got some early detection and I understood that I had a challenge and if I attack it now, then I wouldn't let it attack me". And if they don't, I'm discussing the options of what else they can do: look into family history and illnesses and do what you can to catch things early. Read More »

NWS: Mother's Day weekend looking like a washout


The National Weather Service says there is increasing confidence that a nor'easter will develop this Mother's Day weekend, bring heavy rain and windy conditions. It will be mostly cloudy, with a low around 46. Chance of precipitation is 80 percent. Friday Night: Rain likely. There are too many risk factors to write off the potential of some multi-inch rainfall amounts as well as some localized street flooding. Read More »

Immigration agents aid in arrests of accused gang members

Immigration and Customs Enforcement acting director Thomas Homan said 1,098 suspected gang members were arrested on a variety of federal and state criminal charges, while 280 others face administrative immigration charges. Media captionNisa Mickens, 15, was killed by an MS-13 gang including undocumented immigrants. The agency said that 76 were arrested in San Antonio and south Texas. Read More »

Pro shoots 55-over 127 in U.S. Open local qualifying


In addition to the swarm of double bogeys, his first nine holes also featured a 14 on a par-5, an 11 on a par-4, a triple bogey and a quadruple bogey. "He was wearing pleated cotton khakis". To be fair to McDonald, conditions were clearly tough, with the winning score a three-under-par 69, 58 shots better than his own. Read More »

Safety Concerns for 1 in 3 Drugs


A new study has found that for drugs approved between 2001 and 2010, almost one in three had a postmarket safety event. In total, 123 new safety events were identified in that time period, leading to 3 product withdrawals and 61 "black box" warnings . Read More »

Always Dreaming pulls away to win Kentucky Derby


The three-year old son of 2012 Derby runner-up, Bodemeister, surpassed 19 rivals in America's greatest race, under the iconic twin spires of Churchill Downs and in front of a rain-soaked crowd of 150,000. Velazquez, who had been out of the top nine in the Derby the last four years, said: "This was the best horse in the Derby and he proved it today". Everything you need to know about horse racing's biggest achievement, and why we still care so much about one of the rarest feats in sports. Read More »

Police search for 'extremely dangerous' suspect in Lowell murder


If anyone sees him, they should call 911, the Lowell Police Department at 978-937-3200 or Massachusetts State Police at 781-897-6600 with any information. Police responded to a fatal shooting on in Lowell Thursday morning. In 2005, Elliott was charged with aggravated assault and battery with a risky weapon, resisting arrest and threatening to commit a crime. Read More »

Vikings Officially Sign WR Michael Floyd

Ian Rapoport of reported Wednesday that the former Arizona Cardinals wide receiver has agreed to a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Minnesota Vikings. After being cut in December by the Cardinals, he joined the New England Patriots. He was born in St. Paul and attended high school at St. Paul's Cretin-Derham Hall High School. Read More »

Kentucky high school football finals moving to Kroger Field


The stadium hosted the KHSAA state football finals for the first and only time in 1976. "We are eternally grateful for the efforts of other hosts in past years, but look forward to the chance to potentially grow this event and be able to maintain our pre-determined schedule that we finalize in the coming weeks". Read More »

Federal Bureau of Investigation searching Annapolis GOP fundraising firm


Founder Kelley Rogers credits himself with leading the charge in using technology in political campaigns, including holding allowing candidates and lawmakers to hold "telephone town halls" with constituents. No word yet on whether there is a link between Strategic Campaign Group & former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Cuccinelli said the defendants raised $2.2 million from donors who believed the money would go to him, but his campaign received only $10,000 of that money. Read More »

Firm fined £400k for 100m nuisance calls


It said it had received more than 1,000 complaints about automated calls from the Bedfordshire-registered company. The Information Commissioner's Office announced on Wednesday that it was handing down the fine to a firm called Keurboom Communications, which made 99.5 million calls over an 18 month period on everything from PPI compensation to road traffic accidents. Read More »

PM's company tax cut cost rises from $50b to $65.4b

The "fundamental issue is we don't have enough dwellings, we're not building enough relative to the population", Jolly told a post-budget breakfast in Sydney. "We are not sending lawyers around the country for three years, we are acting now", the Treasurer said, in reference to a royal commission. In a final whack at the sector, a permanent team will be established within the ACCC to investigate competition in the nation's banking and financial system, as recommended by the Coleman Committee. Read More »

Zayo Group Holdings Inc (ZAYO) CEO Sells 49121 Shares of Stock


On Wednesday, March 1st, Daniel Caruso sold 97,070 shares of Zayo Group Holdings stock. Barclays Capital reinitiated the shares of ZAYO in report on Thursday, March 30 with "Overweight" rating. Following the sale, the chief financial officer now owns 1,273,278 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $41,763,518.40. The sale was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available through this hyperlink . Read More »

Hikma's generic Advair faces US delay, 2017 approval unlikely


The generic drugmaker said that it has received a "complete response letter" from the FDA and that, as a result, it now sees a "low likelihood of approval this year". Mylan , whose application for a rival generic was turned down in March, disclosed on Wednesday that the FDA had designated its application as requiring a major amendment. Read More »

British, UN leaders to address Somalia humanitarian crisis


Somalia is in the grip of an intense drought. Communities are being forced to sell their assets and borrow food and money to survive. "We want to see the integration of Somali regional forces and an increase in Somali capacity, as this will be crucial in allowing the resumption of offensives against the remaining al Shabaab strongholds in southern Somalia", May said. Read More »

Tips To Protect Yourself From The Zika Virus


About half the women (51%) traveled to a Zika risk area after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued its initial travel advisory in February 2016, the researchers said. There is no vaccine or medicine for Zika. Microcephaly is a condition where a baby's head is smaller than normal because the brain does not develop properly. Read More »

Spanish Grand Prix Ferrari's Vettel guarded over Mercedes switch

A number of competitions will be held to give fans the chance to win Paddock Club passes as well as photo opportunities with teams, though no doubt the most coveted prize will be the chance to ride in a two-seater racing auto at speeds of up to 186 miles per hour around the track. Read More »