Medical

California Coffee Firms Under State Law to Must Carry Cancer Warning Label

California Coffee Firms Under State Law to Must Carry Cancer Warning Label The problem stems from acrylamide , which is on a California's list of chemicals that could potentially cause cancer . But there's no evidence that we should worry about the amount of acrylamide in coffee. Plus, it can't be avoided. It's created in a process known as the Maillard reaction , in which high heat transforms sugars and amino acids in ways that change flavors and tend to brown... [Full Article...]

In severe flu season, Pennsylvania records late uptick in 'B strain' cases

In severe flu season, Pennsylvania records late uptick in 'B strain' cases Often, it can clear up on its own, but it can be severe and even deadly. "As long as flu is spreading, vaccinations should continue", she said. Small children and people with underlying medical conditions like asthma or who are overweight are also vulnerable to an intense case of the flu. [Full Article...]

California judge rules coffee must come with cancer warning

The Council for Education and Research on Toxics, a non-profit group filing the lawsuit claiming dozens of companies were violating state law, requiring them to list potentially unsafe chemicals used in the roasting process. Coffee companies have said it's not feasible to remove acrylamide from their product without ruining the flavour. "A large number of epidemiologic studies (both case-con... [Full Article...]

Michy Batshuayi: Uefa ends investigation into Borussia Dortmund striker's racial abuse claim

Michy Batshuayi: Uefa ends investigation into Borussia Dortmund striker's racial abuse claim As relayed by Rob Harris of the Associated Press, UEFA did not elaborate on why it has chose to end the investigation, noting it decided "to close the disciplinary proceedings opened for racist or discriminatory behaviour". There have been several incidents of racism at Serie A matches this season with Hellas Verona given a one-year suspended sentence for partial stadium closure after Juventus s... [Full Article...]

News website founder held for publishing false report

News website founder held for publishing false report It has been found that the monk had been injured in a road accident. In this connection, a woman had filed a complaint with the Sanjayanagar police against the owner of the website, the writer, and those who had shared the article on social media. [Full Article...]

In Letter To CJI, Top Court Judge Raises Judiciary-Government "Bonhomie"

In Letter To CJI, Top Court Judge Raises Judiciary-Government He also said that someone from Bengaluru has beaten the others on the way to the bottom, and charged the chief justice of Karnataka High Court of showing more interest in doing the work of the executive. He informed CJI Misra about it via a letter dated March 12 which in turn was circulated among other members of the Supreme Court Collegium. "Attempts were always made to treat the chief justic... [Full Article...]

Researchers may know why your knuckles make a sound when the crack

Researchers may know why your knuckles make a sound when the crack Next, the bubbles collapse into smaller bubbles rapidly, which makes the sound. Incidentally, the theory put forward in the Stanford paper by is actually nearly 50 years old. They then observed the popping, converted it into math equations, and used those equations to generate computer simulations of knuckle cracking. The team found that the cracking sound co-occurred with the creation of cavi... [Full Article...]

Mikel to defeated Eagles: Learn from loss to Serbia

Mikel to defeated Eagles: Learn from loss to Serbia Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) president Amaju Pinnick has in the past talked up the team's potential to make history by becoming the first African side to win the World Cup this year. "We hope to learn from this and correct our mistakes because this team have the ingredients of a great team and what is crucial now is how they react after this setback", Ibitoye said. [Full Article...]

Thousands of bags misplaced at Delhi Airport after system breakdown

Thousands of bags misplaced at Delhi Airport after system breakdown All airlines and hundreds of bags have been impacted, not been uploaded on the flight. In a statement, Vistara airlines has notified its customers about the inconvenience that is being caused due to the systems failure. "This has addressed the instances of passengers sending their baggage with prohibited items on the BHS (baggage handling system) and hence the issue is now under control". [Full Article...]

Drug overdose deaths on the rise across US

Drug overdose deaths on the rise across US But when it came to prescription opioid deaths, the rate increased by over 30%. Drug overdose deaths are rising everywhere in the USA and across all genders and demographics. Drug overdoses rose in every corner of the nation in 2016, according to the analysis, indiscriminately afflicting people of almost all ages, genders, races and ethnicities, and locales. [Full Article...]

The Government Wants Visa Applicants To Hand Over Their Social Media Usernames

The Government Wants Visa Applicants To Hand Over Their Social Media Usernames The changes would impact all nonimmigrant visa applicants to the United States - an estimated 14 million individuals, according to the department. Previously , such information was only sought from applicants singled out for extra scrutiny such as those who traveled to areas controlled by terrorist organizations. [Full Article...]

Air New Zealand takes a jibe at banned Australia skipper Steve Smith

Air New Zealand takes a jibe at banned Australia skipper Steve Smith Air New Zealand have cheekily offered sacked Australia cricket captain Steve Smith a cooler sanctuary away from the burning glare of intense Australian scrutiny in the wake of the ball tampering scandal. Kiwi paceman Trent Boult was named man of the match, with figures of 6/32 in the first innings, on the back of some fantastic swing bowling. 'Oh also, it's a little cooler down south. [Full Article...]

Trump playing politics with 2020 census question

Trump playing politics with 2020 census question The Department of Commerce stated that "between 1820 and 1950 nearly every decennial census asked about citizenship in some form", something the Associated Press has shown is not "exactly right". A spokesman for Bennet described a citizenship question as intimidation that would depress participation in the census by Colorado's immigrant communities. [Full Article...]

People who eat out are more exposed to phthalates

People who eat out are more exposed to phthalates They charted the relationship between where people remembered they ate the previous day and the phthalate levels of a urine sample. People who eat out at restaurants, particularly fast-food chains, are at higher risk of exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals used in plastic, new research has shown. [Full Article...]

As Starbucks Corp (SBUX) Market Value Rose, Holder Conning INC Lifted Position

As Starbucks Corp (SBUX) Market Value Rose, Holder Conning INC Lifted Position It has underperformed by 11.55% the S&P500. Ftb Advisors Inc increased its stake in Chevron0corp0new0com (CVX) by 90.91% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. As per Friday, November 3, the company rating was maintained by UBS. The firm has "Hold" rating given on Friday, July 28 by Wedbush. Guggenheim upgraded Crown Castle International Corp. [Full Article...]

UN Security Council: Houthi attacks threaten regional security

UN Security Council: Houthi attacks threaten regional security The missile attacks were however successfully intercepted by the Saudi Air Defence forces. Witnesses reported loud explosions, smoke and bright flashes in the sky shortly before midnight. The Houthis have access to the remaining missiles of the Yemeni military, and have fired a handful of them at the Saudis in recent months. Launching ballistic missiles towards villages, cities and populated a... [Full Article...]

Lalu leaves for Delhi, to be treated at AIIMS

Lalu leaves for Delhi, to be treated at AIIMS Clashes have erupted in districts like Bhagalpur and Aurangabad, triggering a political slugfest with the opposition RJD-Congress combine blaming the spurt in such incidents on alleged dominance of the BJP, the junior partner in the Nitish Kumar government, on the state's bureaucratic machinery. [Full Article...]

Los Angeles Rams hire two male cheerleaders to make National Football League history

Los Angeles Rams hire two male cheerleaders to make National Football League history Quinton Peron and Napoleon Jinnies will join 38 women on the Rams team for the coming campaign after beating nearly 80 other hopefuls who auditioned for a place during the off season. "They are intelligent. They are eloquent". Peron and Jinnies were in a field of 76 finalists that was winnowed down to 40 spots on the team after finals on Sunday, according to a news release from the team. [Full Article...]

Sudden infant death syndrome linked to a rare genetic mutation

Sudden infant death syndrome linked to a rare genetic mutation Researchers in the United Kingdom and the U.S. looked at the prevalence of mutations in the SCN4A gene which helps regulate the muscular control of breathing. Their qualities were broke down to distinguish whether they had a transformation in the SCN4A quality and to affirm whether the changes influenced the cell surface receptor that the quality codes for. [Full Article...]

Concerts Are Good For Your Health According To Study

Concerts Are Good For Your Health According To Study O2 and Goldsmith's University have conducted a behavioural science study which has produced some surprising findings. Meanwhile, those who were tasked with walking their dogs only saw their level of wellbeing only go up seven percent. Surveys also correlate with the findings in the study with over two-thirds (67%) of Brits saying that live music makes them feel happier compared with listening to ... [Full Article...]


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