Bulls' Rondo Fined for Attempting to Trip Celtics' Crowder

24 Apr, 2017

We looked like a team that (wasn't) soaking in the moment. The Bulls seemingly hit a boiling point in January, when Rondo called out Dwyane Wade and Jimmy Butler in a post on Instagram for their lack of leadership. In Rondo's absence, starter Jerian Grant and backup Michael Carter-Williams combined for eight points, three assists and seven turnovers. "One thing Rondo did before he went out is help us win two games on the road".

Llorente outjumps Stoke to keep Swansea survival bid alive

23 Apr, 2017

Swansea were given a huge helping hand when, with the score at 1-0, Marko Arnautovic blazed his 69th-mnute penalty high over the crossbar and into the disbelieving Stoke supporters behind the goal . Swansea wasted no time in making Stoke pay, Carroll unleashing an ambitious shot that looped into the top-left corner after taking a wicked deflection off Allen.

Canada introduces legislation to legalize marijuana

22 Apr, 2017

Officials have said Canadians should be able to smoke marijuana legally by July 1, 2018. Those under 18 found with less than five grams of marijuana would not face criminal charges but those who sell it or give to youth could face up to 14 years in jail.

FDA further restricts pain medication use in kids

22 Apr, 2017

This is especially concerning in children under 12 years of age and adolescents who are obese or have conditions that may increase the risk of breathing problems, like obstructive sleep apnea or lung disease. "Today's actions build on a better understanding of this very serious safety issue, based on the latest evidence", Throckmorton said. In light of these narcotics that are fatal to kids, the FDA has been evaluating the use of codeine and tramadol in children ages 17 and below since 2015.

Trump to attend three Asian summits in November: Pence

22 Apr, 2017

For his part, Duterte, however, said he was not sure whether Trump would visit the Philippines. He also stressed the need for "fundamental freedom of navigation", and said he and President Donald Trump want to expand economic ties with Indonesia.

Super-Earth orbiting nearby star boosts search for alien life

22 Apr, 2017

Xavier Bonfils, an astronomer at the Observatory of the Sciences of the Universe in Grenoble, France, said LHS 1140b now "joins Trappist-1 at the head of the rankings". According to the current scientific understanding, the best way to find extraterrestrial life is to look for water. Because it transits its star so frequently, there is hope scientists will be able to measure LHS 1140b's atmosphere.

Denver Ozone Ranked 11th Worst In US

21 Apr, 2017

On the downside, although year-round pollution has improved, short-term spikes of severely polluted air have increased. Orange maintained its "A" rating for having no high particle pollution days. While the number of days that the Bay Area as a whole experienced unhealthy levels of particle pollution is not contained in the report , the region is listed as being the nation's sixth-worst for short-term spikes in particulate matter and fourth-worst for year-round totals.

Experts Propose Changes To Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines

12 Apr, 2017

So why the controversy? Because the test is imperfect, Brawley said, there are a number of missed cancers and false alarms. The draft of the guidelines signals a major shift in prostate screening advice for men, which in 2012 discouraged testing for healthy men of any age.

55 percent of Americans approve of Obamacare

10 Apr, 2017

However, much like the first bill that failed, the devil is in the details. "The ideas that were tossed around were not rejected out of hand", said Rep. But waivers would move us toward a health-insurance system in which premiums were lower, private coverage was more widespread, and the federal government played a smaller role.

Expanding economies in Asia deliver 60% of global growth, ADB says

10 Apr, 2017

In its Asian Development Outlook 2017 report, the multilateral development bank said it is retaining its domestic growth expectation for 2017 but foresees domestic economic output to recover to 6.6 percent growth in 2018 as the government ramps up infrastructure spending.

Christianity's growth will be in global South, Pew study shows

07 Apr, 2017

Thirty-three percent of the world's babies were born to Christian mothers between 2010 and 2015, while Christians comprise only 31 percent of the world population. The global Christian population has continued to grow, but at a slower rate. Among the religiously unaffiliated (atheist, agnostic, no particular religion) deaths outnumbered births by at least 10,000 in Austria, Ukraine and Russian Federation but this group saw either a natural increase in 19 countries or little change in 20 ...

Still no baby for April the giraffe

07 Apr, 2017

Whether it was to avoid April Fool's Day or to prove wrong all those who said she was just waiting for this month, April the Giraffe has not yet given birth - but she may "shake things up" soon. I'll keep all posted and will let you know when the baby is on its way. Animal Adventure Park is now in its off-season and the park is closed to visitors.

Arsenal Supporters Trust survey shows 78 percent want Arsene Wenger to go

01 Apr, 2017

Despite the Frenchman not yet publicly confirming whether or not he will commit his future at Arsenal beyond this summer, Wenger acknowledges the fact that his side needs to be strengthened if they're to really compete with the elites. Having had a two-week global break to fix things after a 3-1 loss at West Bromwich Albion last time out, Wenger desperately needs one of his big names to step up against City.

Ex punk-rocker O'Rourke launches longshot bid against Cruz

31 Mar, 2017

O'Rourke will likely face a steep uphill battle running in a red state against the conservative firebrand. He has toured the state in recent weeks, talking about his prospective Senate campaign in terms that made it sound like he has already reached a decision.

Childhood Exposure To Lead Can Blunt IQ For Decades, Study Suggests

30 Mar, 2017

Study participants are part of a life-long examination of more than 1,000 people born in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1972 and 1973. Overall, the CDC estimates that about half a million children in the US from ages 1-5 have blood lead levels above 5-μg/dL.

Trump promises new healthcare plan once Obamacare 'explodes'

27 Mar, 2017

Repairs are typically needed for a program of its magnitude, but Republicans in Congress refused to help Obama make the system better. But premiums and other rising costs forced some insurers out of the market, limiting insurance options for many consumers.

PM Modi Pays Tribute To Bhagat Singh,…

27 Mar, 2017

The Prime Minister said, if every citizen resolves that he will discharge his duties honestly, it will contribute to the realisation of the dream New India. "We should change this and encourage them to speak and share their burden", Modi said during his monthly 'Mann Ki Baat' radio address. India has taken a very important decision for these working women sisters of ours.

FDA Links Breast Implants To A Rare Form Of Cancer

23 Mar, 2017

But, for now, the FDA is saying "most data" is pointing to ALCL development with textured breast implants and not smooth ones. The researchers found out that most of the cancer cases occurred in those women who had textured surfaces on their breast implants in comparison to the women who had smooth surfaces.

Powerful heart drug sharply cuts risk for cardiac patients on statins

21 Mar, 2017

Experts said the findings were the most important since the first statins trials were published two decades ago. Repatha showed a measurable-if modest-benefit in reducing cardiovascular events such as heart attacks and stroke. Steve Miller, senior vice president and chief medical officer at Express Scripts, a pharmacy benefit manager. According to a report from Kaiser Health News , Repatha is a man-made antibody with the generic name evolocumab.

Milpitas man accused of jumping White House fence in custody

15 Mar, 2017

Tran was charged with entering or remaining in restricted grounds while using or carrying a unsafe weapon, and faces a maximum of 10 years in prison, said Bill Miller, a spokesman for the U.S. He has already appeared in a DC court on March 11 and is set to go to court on March 13, ABC News reports. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly also was briefed on the incident, the Secret Service said.

Travel industry worries about the second Trump travel ban

14 Mar, 2017

The temporary restraining order, granted by U.S. District Judge William Conley in Madison, applies only to the family of the Syrian refugee, who brought the case anonymously to protect the identities of his wife and daughter, still living in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo.

United Kingdom faces $2bn European Union claim on China imports fraud

10 Mar, 2017

At her last Brussels summit before her deadline to trigger the Article 50 withdrawal process by the end of March, May said she wanted to "get on with" leaving the European Union - and said her fellow EU leaders agreed. OLAF accuses Britain of ignoring rampant use of fake invoices and customs claims by Chinese importers which cost 1.99 billion euros (USD 2.1 billion) in lost customs duties to the EU.

World's fattest woman loses 18 stone in just THREE weeks before surgery

10 Mar, 2017

She's been battling with her illness for 36 years". Abd El Aty is now at Mumbai, India's Saifee Hospital, where she's lost more than 220 pounds since arriving in January. She was operated at Mumbai's Saifee Hospital by a team of doctors led by bariatric surgeon, Dr Muffazal Lakdawala. Eman was reportedly born with elephantiasis - a parasitic infection which causes extreme swelling in a person's limbs and arms.

TSA unveiling 'more thorough' pat-down process

09 Mar, 2017

On its website, the TSA says employees "use the back of the hands for pat-downs over sensitive areas of the body". "Safety first, so I'm all for it", says another passenger. Two million people are screened by TSA daily throughout airports nationwide. Those who refuse to go through the agency's imaging scanners are automatically subjected to pat-downs.

NASCAR at Atlanta: Another strong run for Chase Elliott comes up short

07 Mar, 2017

But, after a late yellow came out when Austin Dillon lost power, the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford eclipsed the 45 miles per hour speed limit going into the pits. "It's good from a Ford perspective when you see three or four cars in the top 5 or 6, you know how strong the Toyota's and Chevy's have been". "I didn't think I was pushing it", Harvick told his crew over the radio.

Pediatricians Raise Warning Regarding Marijuana Use for Teens

02 Mar, 2017

The report even goes so far as to argue that "it is best to not share your own histories of drug use with your children." - because after all, being honest with your kids could lead to a reduced IQ, right? AAP noted that changes in marijuana's legal status might lower teens' perceptions of the risk associated with use of the drug, prompting more teens to start smoking pot.

Chelsea legend is finally honoured during Swansea win

26 Feb, 2017

We've brought to you several training ground videos over the past few months of Chelsea's players performing some spectacular pieces of skill during sessions. Bet365 go just 4/7 (1 .57) that Saturday's showdown produces more than two goals, while the same firm offer even money (2.0 ) that Chelsea score more than two goals - a selection that would have seen punters profit from five of the Blues' last six matches at Stamford Bridge .

Alabama experiences high influenza-like illness activity; flu shots still recommended

20 Feb, 2017

That's not bad since the bug that's making most people sick is one of the worst. Public health authorities, by the way, are saying there are weeks left in this year's flu season, and you should still get the shot if you haven't yet. There must be a new vaccine each year based on strains of flu that are expected to circulate. Wells also said the city saw its first case of Zika virus - which was travel-related and not acquired in Lubbock - in January.

Kareena Kapoor Khan owns the ramp post delivery

08 Feb, 2017

It is tough in today's times with social media. Mumbai: Kareena Kapoor Khan and Priyanka Chopra have been arch rivals for long but looks like the girls have let bygones be bygones. "It's just been day 46 (post delivery) and it feels great", Kapoor told IANS . Unlike a few other actresses, Kareena made sure to work during her pregnancy too.

Nicki Minaj throlls her fans with pregnancy photos

07 Feb, 2017

It's clear that the picture was a joke, but fans were still unreasonably hopeful. Last week, Beyonce confirmed her pregnancy via one account Instagram by posting a attractive picture where she reveals her baby bump . ATBIMS, according to XXL Mag is an acronym for "all these bitches is my sons", a catchphrase the NYC MC commonly uses on her songs like " Did It on 'Em ".

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