by | February 03, 2018 | 20:22

If you regularly feel anxious, you might be the flawless candidate for a dog bite . While UK estimates often report an annual figure of about 740 bites per 100,000 individuals, the latest study suggests the figures could be far higher, estimating 1,873 per 100,000 people.

by | February 03, 2018 | 19:58

He said he empathizes with the families impacted and said he hasn't been able to sleep or eat very well. The state reported that the worker has confused real-life events and drills in the past. It was a system failure, ' he told NBC Nightly News on Friday . A preliminary investigation by the FCC, which oversees all USA wireless alert systems, found the system for activating a missile alert and conducting emergency drills was deeply flawed, lacking sufficient clarity, fail-safe controls ...

by | February 03, 2018 | 20:02

But the Spurs didn't stand a chance this time . The Rockets beat the Spurs 102-91 on Thursday. "We came in off of one shoot around", he noted. They both concede a little under 48 points in the pain per game, and are both bottom four in the league in this category.

by | February 03, 2018 | 16:23

For the bottles containing more 400 ml alcohol, the sales tax will be increased from 135% to 210%. After the increase in liquour tax, the base price of foreign-made foreign liquor would be Rs 6,000 per case without import duty and that of foreign-made foreign wine would be Rs 3,000 per case.

by | February 03, 2018 | 11:50

The meta-analysis included 46 studies with 1,184 total participants. But the study does illustrate how making small changes to your daily life can add up to big changes over months and years, as well as encouraging sedentary people to move more.

by | February 03, 2018 | 10:04

The 10-year, $25 million (U.S.) toxicological studies are the most comprehensive assessments to date of health effects and exposure to radio frequency radiation in rats and mice, according to the online notice from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, a unit of the National Institutes of Health, the US medical research agency.

by | February 03, 2018 | 03:26

When it comes to preventing the flu from spreading at home, Lockler has a pretty simple solution. "And if you don't have a true life emergency, this would not be the time to come to the emergency room", explaining that there's consistently dozens of patients waiting at the hospital for hours without flu, who go on to leave with it because they're sitting next to others who are infected.

by | February 03, 2018 | 00:06

In the complaint it has been mentioned that the girl came in touch with the accused two months back via social media platform Facebook. The two had made a decision to meet on January 29, the day when accused came to Hyderabad to meet his relatives living in the city.

by | February 02, 2018 | 22:45

Senior military officials, border guard forces and local administrators were due to visit the village on February 2. Lee said that during her visit to a camp in Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh, she saw great anxiety and fear when speaking to refugees about the prospect of returning to Myanmar.

by | February 02, 2018 | 22:21

This week, Amazon was awarded two patents for wristbands that can track a warehouse worker's hands and monitor their performance. There could be haptic feedback transmitted to the wrist device worn by the worker to let them know that their action is either correct or not correct.

by | February 02, 2018 | 21:04

The boy, who was shot in the head, was transported in critical condition, said Capt. Erik Scott of the Los Angeles Fire Department. "We know this is a very traumatic incident for all the children, particularly those inside that classroom", said Steven K.

by | February 02, 2018 | 21:06

U.S. Rep. Jeff Duncan, R-Laurens, called for the release of the memo on Twitter , after the House intelligence committee this week voted to release the four-page document. The FBI and Department of Justice have warned against releasing the memo , with the former saying it has " grave concerns about material omissions of fact that fundamentally impact the memo's accuracy".

by | February 02, 2018 | 20:30

Heart disease is often generally associated with men, but cardiovascular disease is the number one killer of women. St. James independent school joins National Wear Red for Women Day to raise awareness about the prevalence of heart disease among women.

by | February 02, 2018 | 20:20

Breast cancer survivors , especially older women over the age of 65, are more likely to die from cardiovascular disease than breast cancer , underscoring the importance of effectively managing heart disease risk factors during and following cancer treatment .

by | February 02, 2018 | 20:04

This is the time of year where we are experiencing the peak of flu season. Experts also say you should not go to work or school if you have a fever. New York Senator Chuck Schumer called on the federal government to send a special CDC flu surveillance team to New York to bolster "inundated hospitals and budget-strained localities across the state".

by | February 01, 2018 | 23:42

But sometimes, the circuits malfunction and overflow - leaving many people suffering from anxiety attacks for no reason. There are specific brain cells that seem to control anxiety levels in mice, scientists have found. The research measured the brain activity of mice using a miniature microscope, recording the activity of hundreds of cells in the hippocampus as they moved around the surroundings.

by | February 01, 2018 | 22:27

In response, the group penned a letter for National Football League commissioner Roger Goodell, saying it appreciated the opportunity to have an ad featured in the official Super Bowl LII program, but said its appreciation "quickly gave way to deep disappointment when we learned your staff had refused to publish our ad".

by | February 01, 2018 | 21:39

Dementia, of which Alzheimer's is the most common form, affects close to 50 million people worldwide and is expected to affect more than 131 million by 2050, according to the non-profit campaign group Alzheimer's Disease International. None of the three drugs now on the market treat the underlying disease. The team highlights that more research needs to be conducted across a wider population to make the results more conclusive - and applicable clinically.

by | February 01, 2018 | 21:15

The Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld bans for 11 other Russian athletes deemed to have doped at the 2014 Sochi Olympics, but it reduced their lifetime bans to a ban from the upcoming Pyeongchang Games. The CAS decision was announced via a press release and among those successful at appeal are men's Olympic skeleton champion Aleksander Tretiakov , the current women's European and World Cup skeleton champion Elena Nikitina and Olympic cross-country gold medalist Alexander Legkov.

by | February 01, 2018 | 20:39

It's more than all cancers combined. There are things you can do to lower the chances of heart disease. "At Saint Thomas Health, we care for women throughout their lives, and a priority for supporting their wellbeing is educating women about heart health ", said Amy Wilson, Saint Thomas Health Chief Nursing Officer.