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Health Care Alert issued for missing 10-year-old Tennessee girl
Author: 0 Alert issued for missing 10-year-old Tennessee girl

It's not clear how Yazmin went missing or who she was with. She was believed to be in imminent danger. She has brown hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a white shirt and green and brown shorts. Anyone with information on whereabouts of Medina should call the Cleveland, TN Police Department or Tennessee Bureau of Investigation at 1-800-TBI-FIND.

Health Care ICICI Bank's net profit declines 8%
Author: 0 ICICI Bank's net profit declines 8%

Income (unconsolidated) was up in the three months to June at Rs 16,847.04 crore, from Rs 16,759.51 crore in the similar period of 2016-17. However the net non-performing loan ratio narrowed to 4.86 percent at end-June from 4.89 percent in March.

Health Care British financial authorities announce end to LIBOR
Author: 0 British financial authorities announce end to LIBOR

The lower other banks charged an institution to borrow, the safer it was deemed to be. The task was subsequently transferred to ICE Benchmark Administration (IBA), part of the Intercontinental Exchange (ICE). The new rate is expected to be phased in starting next year. Bailey did not announce a replacement for LIBOR, but the UK Sterling Overnight Index Average (SONIA) covers a busy market and could perform the same function.

Health Care Hillary Clinton's New Book/Campaign Post-Mortem Will Be Called 'What Happened'
Author: 0 Hillary Clinton's New Book/Campaign Post-Mortem Will Be Called 'What Happened'

According to the publisher, Clinton shows "humor and candor" in the intensely personal new memoir. In the upcoming book, Clinton addresses the mistakes she made throughout the process, but also how she's picked herself up after defeat. The book is scheduled for a September 12 release date, according to Simon & Schuster's website. What Happened is the story of that campaign and its aftermath-both a deeply intimate account and a cautionary tale for the nation.

Health Care 9 key facts about Hepatitis C your doctor wants you to know
Author: 0 9 key facts about Hepatitis C your doctor wants you to know

The best way to prevent it is to be careful of what you eat. According to ECDC estimates, the prevalence of hepatitis B (HBV) across the European Union and European Economic Area (EU/EEA) is around 0.9% and about 1.1% for hepatitis C (HCV) - and these figures are likely to be an underestimation of the true burden as hepatitis infection often shows no symptoms.

Health Care Ro Arrested For Alleged Hours-Long Assault On Ex-Girlfriend
Author: 0 Ro Arrested For Alleged Hours-Long Assault On Ex-Girlfriend

Harris County Police claim the incident happened in April, when the rapper assaulted his ex-girlfriend, Just Brittany . Z-Ro has some legal trouble. The fight was supposedly over canceled dinner plans. Brittany , known as Just Brittany , appeared with her then-boyfriend in a music video last December, featured above.

Health Care Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win
Author: 0 Chicago hospitals see spike in births after Cubs' World Series win

They had no choice, really, but to name their newborn son Theo (of course), with Erin adding that the name, "always felt right". Today, July 26, marks the nine-month anniversary of that fateful evening 108 years in the making. "Anecdotally, hearing from parents, we know what we were doing back nine months ago", Advocate OB-GYN vice-chairwoman Dr. Melissa Dennis told WGN 9 .

Health Care OHSU Scientist 1st In US To Modify Human Genes With CRISPR
Author: 0 OHSU Scientist 1st In US To Modify Human Genes With CRISPR

Up until now, reports about human-related gene editing usually come from outside the U.S. China, in particular, hasn't been holding back when it comes to CRISPR experimentation. US Intelligence agencies have warned against CRISPR, calling it a potential "weapon of mass destruction". Results of the peer-reviewed study are expected to be published soon in a scientific journal, according to OHSU spokesman Eric Robinson.

Health Care Filth spreads Yemen's deadly cholera outbreak
Author: 0 Filth spreads Yemen's deadly cholera outbreak

They said they had witnessed the scale of the humanitarian crisis, observing that over the last three months, 400,000 cases of suspected cholera and almost 1,900 associated deaths have been recorded. But Yemen's devastating civil war, pitting a Saudi-led military coalition against the armed Houthi group, and economic collapse has made it extremely hard to deal with catastrophes such as cholera and mass hunger.

Health Care Completing course of antibiotics may 'do more harm than good'
Author: 0 Completing course of antibiotics may 'do more harm than good'

In a startling reversal of accepted medical practice, experts writing in the British Medical Journal ( BMJ ) on Thursday said the traditional " complete the course " message created to avoid antibiotic resistance should be discarded. So in other words, shortening a course of antibiotics to the bare minimum to fight the illness might be the best way to minimise the risk of resistance.

Health Care Charlie Gard to spend last days in hospice
Author: 0 Charlie Gard to spend last days in hospice

Justice Francis, the judge, said. A judge in London says critically ill baby Charlie Gard will be transferred to a hospice to die unless his family and the hospital treating him agree on an end-of-life plan by noon on Thursday. Mr Armstrong said Great Ormond Street bosses were not satisfied that a properly qualified specialist would be in charge under the couple's plan. "What if it was your child", she said.

Health Care Employment tribunal fees 'prevent access to justice'
Author: 0 Employment tribunal fees 'prevent access to justice'

As well as overhauling the tribunal process, and ameliorating the ability for members of the public to bring claims, this will also likely result in a significant hit on the court system's coffers. Justice Minister Dominic Raab said: "In setting employment tribunal fees, the government has to consider access to justice, the costs of litigation, and how we fund the tribunals".

Health Care Seven More Mosquitoes Test Positive for West Nile in Washoe County
Author: 0 Seven More Mosquitoes Test Positive for West Nile in Washoe County

Two deaths were reported from the West Nile Virus in 2016 and none have been reported this year. Ottenwess said that the Health Division will not be disclosing where exactly the mosquitoes tested positive for the disease. About one in five people develop a fever with other symptoms such as body aches, vomiting, headaches, joint pains, diarrhea or rashes. DPH-supervised crews are continually sampling mosquitoes statewide for both the West Nile Virus (WNV) and Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE).

Health Care US Energy Secretary gets pranked by Russian comedians into a fake interview
Author: 0 US Energy Secretary gets pranked by Russian comedians into a fake interview

As the Washington Post reports , Perry spoke to the pranksters via translator and they touched on everything from the Paris Climate Accord to nuclear power to Russian sanctions. Alas, the 22-minute phone call was actually conducted with Russian pranksters . Calling TV hosts Vladimir "Vovan" Kuznetsov and Alexei "Lexus" Stolyarov "The Ali G of Russia" might be more accurate, though, as the duo specializes in making fools out of celebrities and high-ranking officials.

Health Care Kejriwal fined Rs 10k for failing to respond to Jaitley's defamation suit
Author: 0 Kejriwal fined Rs 10k for failing to respond to Jaitley's defamation suit

The cross-examination of Jaitley, scheduled for July 28, has been adjourned for four weeks to allow the new lawyer to go through the documents, said the court. The nonagenarian lawyer also said that Kejriwal can keep the legal fee which stands roughly at two crore rupees. Reacting to it, senior counsel Rajiv Nayar, appearing for Jaitley, said Jethmalani should submit an affidavit to clarify the issue.

Health Care Eli Lilly and Company (LLY)- Most Bizarre Stocks for the Day
Author: 0 Eli Lilly and Company (LLY)- Most Bizarre Stocks for the Day

Since the beginning of the calendar year, the stock is 15.21%. LLY has been the topic of a number of analyst reports. Bremer National Association holds 0.07% of its portfolio in Eli Lilly and Co (NYSE: LLY ) for 3,265 shares. Conterno Enrique A also sold $2.07 million worth of Eli Lilly and Co (NYSE: LLY ) shares. On 6/22/2017 Lilly Endowment Inc , Major Shareholder, sold 210,000 with an average share price of $84.43 per share and the total transaction amounting to $17,730,300.00.

Health Care Hyderabad Drug Scandal: Actress Kajal Agarwal's Manager arrested
Author: 0 Hyderabad Drug Scandal: Actress Kajal Agarwal's Manager arrested

I am in zero support of this and any behaviour that is detrimental to the hygiene of our society. Narcotic substances were recovered from his possession. The drugs case is getting murkier and putting Tollywood under huge pressure. With respect to the Tollywood drug racket, actors have been summoned by the Special Investigation Team to issue their statements.

Health Care Tollywood drug saga: Charmme will be quizzed but won't give blood
Author: 0 Tollywood drug saga: Charmme will be quizzed but won't give blood

The actor said under Article 20 (3) of the Constitution of India, the authorities can not compel her to subject to both physical and psychological examinations, such as collection of blood, hair and nail samples by way of coercion. She will not give samples. The authorities questioned popular director Puri Jagannath, actor Subba Raju, cinematographer Shyam K Naidu and actor Tarun last week.

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