Medical

Reasons Why the Philadelphia Eagles Will Win Super Bowl LII

He lost the following season against Denver. For the third time, Tom Brady is the NFL's Most Valuable Player . Brady was already in the discussion as the g...


Dogs more likely to bite people who are 'anxious'

A new study revealed that dogs are more likely to bite people who are emotionally unstable, granting some sense of truth to the notion that they can "smell fear...


Ankit Saxena Profession Photographer Killed By Muslim Girlfriend's Family In Delhi

Eyewitnesses told police that Ankit's mother who was trying to pacify them, just watched in horror, as her son was murdered . Meanwhile, the girl has said ...


Sexton's Cojones And Other Talking Points As Ireland Keep Championship Hopes Alive

In 2018, Tourism Ireland in France will undertake a targeted programme of promotions. If you look at the money that is in the game over there, they should b...


In Bengaluru, PM Modi Says Farmers His "TOP" Priority

Congress is at the exit gate. "The party has caused destruction and Karnataka doesn't need a Congress culture anymore", Modi further said while addressing ...


Police, College Kick Off Polar Plunge

The top fundraising team, Plaza Middle School, not only took home some cool prizes, but several students also get to appear on WTKR's morning show, Coast Live, ...


CDC: Flu season yet to peak, 16 children dead

Week 3 ending on January 20, 2018, was the third week in a row with 49 states reporting widespread flu activity. "We still fall so short in our response to th...


NANPF, NB Charge CHAN Eagles On Trophy

As Nigeria's home-based Super Eagles get set to face hosts Morocco in the final of the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) on Sunday in Casablanca, Comp...


US Study on Cellphone Radiation Won't Settle Debate

US researchers spent almost two decades to design and carry out a definitive study on the health effects of cellphone radiation. Previous studies of cellphone...


One Capital Management LLC Reduces Stake in Wells Fargo & Co

At one point in the past year, the shares traded as low as $0.79 but has recovered 51.15% since then. It has outperformed by 1.65% the S&P500. Cardinal Capital ...


Standing for long periods of time could aid weight loss, finds study

The participants included in the studies averaged 33 years of age, 60 percent were men and the average weight of the volunteers was about 143 pounds. Study se...


Don't be flu-clueless; listen to this nurse

She breaks down the math: "Some of them are not true emergencies, but they're waiting along with the flu right next to them". Lockler told the Pensacola News...


Hyderabad: Girl raped inside movie theatre, accused arrested

Though the incident happened three days ago, it came to light on Thursday when police arrested the offender and sent him to judicial remand. Hindustan times q...


Raise awareness for heart disease with the Go Red for Women campaign

Cities and towns across the nation will go red to encourage women to know their numbers and prevent heart disease . To educate and raise funds, Lands' End ha...


Prostate cancer now kills more people than breast cancer, United Kingdom figures reveal

Chemotherapeutic agents (eg, anthracyclines, alkylating agents, taxanes, and antimetabolite drugs), endocrine therapies, HER2-targeted therapies (eg, trastuzuma...


Tent setup outside Palmetto Health to help with surge in flu patients

According to the report , 7.81 percent of patients visiting Tennessee Sentinel Provider clinics had flu-like symptoms. "The Centers for Disease Control and P...


California May Slap Cancer Warning on Coffee, But Should Java Lovers Panic?

The Food and Drug Administration notes that acrylamide is a "human health concern", but it stops short of recommending that people stop eating foods that co...


Pizza for breakfast? Nutritionist says it's healthier than most cereals

An actual nutritionist said we can have pizza for breakfast and it's like all our childhood dreams have come true at once. Seriously, it's better for you tha...


Japanese test could ID Alzheimer's earlier, spur new treatment pathways

Colin Masters, from the Florey Institute of Neuroscience & Mental Health and co-lead on the research, suggests the test will, "be an invaluable tool in increa...


CDC director resigns because of conflicts over financial interests

Following her appointment to the agency, Dr Fitzgerald bought thousands of dollars worth of stocks including stocks in Japan Tobacco , a global company that ow...