Health


Serena to play fewer tournaments to aid grand slam quest
- January 31, 2017

If Serena Williams wanted to enter tennis immortality, she'd have to go through her sister. "I never lost hope of us being able to play each other in a final."Today will be their first Grand Slam final against each other since Wimbledon 2009, when Serena won in straight sets, and their 28th meeting in total". (more...)
Tracking Performance for American Airlines Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAL)
- January 31, 2017

Three equities research analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, five have assigned a hold rating, ten have issued a buy rating and one has assigned a strong buy rating to the company. The Market Cap of the company stands at 24.67 Billion. The 52 week high/low of a stock represents the highest or lowest that a stock has traded in the previous year. (more...)
Trump Signs Executive Order to Cut Regulations
- January 31, 2017

But others see the order as ill-conceived and rushed. Trump's order bars citizens of seven countries from entering the United States even if they hold valid visas or permanent residence permits, a move that caught many companies off-guard. (more...)
Ohio police: Missing girl was in backseat as car was stolen Ohio police: Missing girl was in backseat as car was stolen
- January 31, 2017

Police later located the stolen 2004 silver Chevy Impala near Corrugated Way and East 5th Avenue. Fails was wearing a multicolor floral winter coat with blue jeans. The front fender is green. She has black hair and brown eyes. The counties impacted by the Amber Alert include Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Hocking, Licking, Madison, Muskingum, Perry, Pickaway and Union. (more...)
Depression Can Be As Bad For Your Heart As Cholesterol
- January 31, 2017

The researchers note that the link between mental health and heart health applies both ways. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, in the United States one in four women die from heart disease as many women remain unaware of heart disease as a risk factor when considering their wellness. (more...)
Washington State Sues Trump Administration Over Executive Order on Immigration
- January 31, 2017

Alongside the complaint, Washington-based organizations like Expedia and Amazon added their own declarations expressing that the executive order will negatively hurt their businesses, bringing up the argument of damages to the state's economy. (more...)
Officials promote flu shot ahead of peak flu season Officials promote flu shot ahead of peak flu season
- January 30, 2017

The CDC reported that 10 states, including Alabama and Georgia in the South, Kansas and Oklahoma in the Midwest and New Jersey and NY in the East, are reporting high levels of people complaining of flu-like symptoms, while widespread flu activity was reported in 37 states. (more...)
Car2Go adds Mercedes-Benz vehicles to its PDX fleet Car2Go adds Mercedes-Benz vehicles to its PDX fleet
- January 30, 2017

Car2go is a less-popular auto sharing service that is available in a handful of countries. And it expects the new cars to be the majority of its fleet by the end of the year. The cars are now available in D.C., Austin, Portland, and Seattle, the company says, and it will introduce them to more cities throughout the year. (more...)
A tax on everyone is the health care answer A tax on everyone is the health care answer
- January 30, 2017

That explains why Haynes, a devout 76-year-old Seventh Day Adventist and church organist who teaches obstetrics and gynaecology at prominent colleges, universities and medical centres in NY is waging a determined battle in and out of professional medical societies, the classroom, churches and community institutions to encourage the Trump administration to reverse its course on Obamacare. (more...)
Trump orders Pentagon to send plan to defeat ISIS within 30 days Trump orders Pentagon to send plan to defeat ISIS within 30 days
- January 30, 2017

Trump has temporarily frozen immigration from seven mostly Muslim countries, igniting protests outside the White House and at airports around the country. "We argue that the executive order is founded on a myth - which is that there's no security vetting". "I think the effect will probably in some areas give ISIS some more propaganda". (more...)
FDA confirms elevated levels of toxic substance in popular teething tablets
- January 30, 2017

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Friday warned consumers against using certain homeopathic teething products , saying it has found high amounts of a toxic substance in some of them and they pose a potential risk to infants and children. (more...)
Green card holders not targeted by immigration crackdown: Trump aide
- January 30, 2017

Trump's controversial ban applies to seven Muslim-majority countries now: Iran, Iraq, Libya, Sudan, Yemen, Syria and Somalia. Donnelly said that the order risked causing "irreparable injury" to refugees and people who have been granted U.S. (more...)
Fast first week for Trump administration
- January 30, 2017

Let's review all the ways Trump has already undone large chunks of Obama's legacy. Trump has signed executive orders dealing with the avowed dismantling of the Affordable Care Act - still without any mention of what will replace the health-care legislation - overturning former President Obama's edict barring construction of oil pipelines through the nation's heartland, and generally setting an Oval Office tone one might expect from a celebrity businessman. (more...)
Watch Anti-Abortion Supporters Storm Washington D.C. Watch Anti-Abortion Supporters Storm Washington D.C.
- January 30, 2017

We see you ". "He asked me to thank you for your support and for your stand for life and for the compassion for the women and children of America". For the first time in a decade, Republican forces run the White House and both Houses of Congress. (more...)
National Basketball Association asks State Department for clarity on Trump immigration order
- January 30, 2017

When President Donald Trump signed the executive order to severely restrict immigration from seven predominantly Muslim countries, it created a question for the National Basketball Association. Bucks senior vice president Alex Lasry, son of one of the team's principal owners, Marc Lasry, tweeted about Maker before Saturday's game in response to questions from fans. (more...)
Netanyahu denies responsibility for delay of Trump's embassy move Netanyahu denies responsibility for delay of Trump's embassy move
- January 29, 2017

Such assertions reflect a particular worldview in which Jerusalem belongs exclusively to the Jewish people, or at best to "Judeo-Christian" civilization, while diminishing (or denying altogether) the city's Palestinian, Arab and Islamic heritage. (more...)
Family turned back to Iraq after Trump's travel ban Family turned back to Iraq after Trump's travel ban
- January 29, 2017

The judge neither allowed detainees to enter the country nor addressed the constitutionality of Trump's actions. After word of Trump's pending executive order spread, the administration faced a lot of pushback - especially the early stages of his Muslim ban. (more...)
Actress Barbara Hale, loyal secretary on TV's 'Perry Mason,' dies at 94
- January 29, 2017

The on-air chemistry between Hale and Burr and the affection their characters had for each other helped endear the show to viewers for decades. It was important enough, however, for her to win the Emmy Award for best supporting actress in a dramatic series in 1959. (more...)
Massive attendance at March for Life could extend crowd size chatter Massive attendance at March for Life could extend crowd size chatter
- January 29, 2017

Trump delivered a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May during the demonstration, but sent Vice President Mike Pence to address the crowd. "They chose life", Love said to applause from the crowd. Marissa Marble, a mother who is for pro-life said she was out for the march because of personal experience; she gave birth to a baby born at 28 weeks. (more...)
France bans unlimited sugary drinks to combat obesity
- January 29, 2017

With the number of obesity cases and overweight people increasing in the country, a law mandating that would make it illegal to sell unlimited soft drinks and offering them for free has been declared. Americans consume more than twice as many soft drinks as the French, drinking 155 litres per capita in 2014. Yet, as the popularity of taxing sugary drinks spreads around the world, it has met with much resistance in the United States. (more...)