Jeudi, 21 Février 2019
Latest news
Home » Médecine


The real problem with the US Health Care Bill

Some Republicans, like U.S. Rep.Tom Emmer from just north of the Twin Cities, said the GOP bill is not flawless, but giving states more authority means residents will benefit. No Democrats voted for it, while 20 Republicans opposed it, and it only eked by with 217 yay votes - one more than it needed to pass. "To go ahead with a vote before you know the effects of what you're voting for is a bad mistake". Read More »

Voting underway in French presidential runoff

Emmanuel Macron has fought off far-right Marine le Pen to win the French presidency, according to exit polls. Early reports showed that slightly more than 25% of voters absented , the highest rate in a French presidential election since 1969, according to The Guardian . Read More »

French election: voters choose between Macron and Le Pen

A tweet by Congress leader P. Chidambaram, wondering whether Modi's supporters would vote for Le Pen or Macron, had invited derision but few substantive replies. "France will need you more than ever in the months ahead". Macron, 39, is an avowed internationalist who speaks fluent English and envisions a France deeply integrated with Europe and open to the world. Read More »

How Trump's tax plan could affect ordinary taxpayers


But it is clear that he and other wealthy individuals would get a huge tax cut, because he proposes to eliminate the Alternative Minimum Tax - which basically ensures that rich people with lots of deductions pay at least something in taxes. Read More »

Republican healthcare bill passed, Obamacare 'dead'

He is also promising that the American Health Care Act will be a big league bargain for consumers. The freshmen Republican represents Kentucky's first district. You don't have insurance, and the hospital absorbs the cost of that. The outspoken and immediate skepticism points to a long road ahead in the Senate for the House bill. Read More »

Japan sees new era of cooperation with United States: minister

Fears of the nuclear test were highlighted in northeast China on Friday. Meanwhile, the USA waded again into military action, dropping a GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast Bomb (MOAB), the U.S. Female North Korean soldiers march during the public parade. Indonesia and Australia will remain wary of joining USA initiatives that risk provoking China but also receptive to US efforts to lay the groundwork for more robust defense cooperation. Read More »

"Ronaldo est hors catégorie", juge Zidane — Ligue des champion


Dans un match de folie qui avait quand même sacrément des airs de finale de Ligue des champions , le Real Madrid est venu difficilement à bout d'un très bon Bayern Munich (4-2). En effet, Arturo Vidal a été exlu en fin de rencontre pour un deuxième carton jaune alors que Casemiro a lui échappé au carton rouge. Cristiano Ronaldo a buté lui aussi sur Neuer (36e) avant de frapper au dessus des buts sur un contre limpide (43e) de Marcelo. Read More »

Trump Admin Working With Allies To Pressure North Korea


Pence arrived in Japan. Meanwhile, U.S. officials expressed hope that China is finally playing a more active role in pressuring the North. Standard policy - which calls for shooting down of a North Korean missile after launch if the trajectory is deemed to threaten South Korea, Japan or the USA - remains in place. Read More »

California police seek more suspects after violent rallies

Their conditions are unknown, according to Berkeley Police spokesman Byron White. Tear gas and pepper spray was used in the ruckus, as well as fireworks reportedly being thrown. But after his inauguration, aide Kellyanne Conway said the president would not release his tax returns and that "people didn't care". In a promotional flier, the group named a series of planned speakers, most of whom, according to research firm It's Going Down have strong alt-right affiliations and have ... Read More »

North Korea threatens weekly missile tests

The loss of U.S. participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership was a blow to Japan following strenuous negotiations, especially over opening its long-protected farm sector to more imports, especially of dairy and meat products. US Vice-President Mike Pence said on Monday that recent US strikes in Syria, one of Pyongyang's few close allies, and Afghanistan should serve as a warning that President Donald Trump's resolve should not be tested. Read More »

North Korea threatens weekly missile tests as Pence reassures Japan

A day after North Korea said it would regularly test missiles, the USA military is considering shooting down the missile tests to pressure the country into denuclearisation. A fresh USA warning to North Korea and the Chinese government's description of the situation in the Korean peninsula as sensitive and fraught with risk show that the explosive situation that has developed there in the last few days continues without abatement. Read More »

Netflix show 13 Reasons Why is under fire - here's why

But for Claire, it's more than a form of entertainment; it's a show that she can finally relate to. The series, inspired by Jay Asher's novel of the same name , has been highly recognized as a compelling story that tugs at everyone's heart strings, regardless of age. Read More »

WHO urges Kenya to support mental health programs


Which means, 1 crore 25 lakh people of India are suffering from workplace depression . The World Health Day was declared back in 1950 by the World Health Organization (WHO), a part of the United Nations (UN). A 22-year-old youth, Mukesh (name changed), went into depression when his beloved broke up with him. Previous World Health Day themes in recent years included "Beat Diabetes" in 2016, Food Safety in 2015 and vector-borne diseases for 2014. Read More »

Blackhawks near elimination after exciting night of overtime games


Both teams would survive the remaining six minutes of play, taking the game into overtime. Four teams in the Blackhawks' position out of 182 have overcome such a deficit. "He's about to turn two and we'll see what happens after that!" Quenneville recalled that 2011 series on Tuesday. Maybe the defense will be a little more motivated to stymie that rush attempt and maybe it won't feel as hopeless for the Hawks as it did Saturday night. Read More »

Tottenham stun Swansea with three late goals

A famous victory and three much-needed points seems to be on the cards for Swansea until a stunning reversal of fortune that saw Dele Alli equalise in the 88th minute when he turned in a deflected shot by Christian Eriksen. Janssen scored 27 goals for AZ in the 2015-16 season and was the Eredivisie's top scorer, but he is yet to score in open play in the Premier League and has only five goals in all competitions so far for Spurs . Read More »

Church marks Easter with helicopter egg drop


A thousand registrations were taken, 800 as pre-registrations, and queues stretched back into The Square before organisers had to cap the numbers. In New Baltimore, kids in preschool through sixth grade hopped over to First Baptist Church on Washington Street to hunt for Easter eggs on April 8. Read More »

What to know about new advice on prostate cancer test


Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) revised its previous decision regarding prostate-specific antigen ( PSA ) testing in men aged 55 to 69 with no symptoms or history of prostate cancer. Worse, patients may undergo unnecessary treatment, which can cause adverse events (AEs) such as impotence and incontinence. A 2015 study concluded that avoiding treatment of low-grade prostate cancer in Americans who would never die from the disease would save $1.32 billion per year. Read More »

Utah's Rudy Gobert has hyperextended left knee, bone bruise

Gobert's secondary action off his screen went awry after he banged knees with Clippers forward, Luc Mbah a Moute . The loss of Rudy Gobert provided inspiration for the Utah Jazz. Still, the Jazz are no strangers to dealing with freak injuries. We now don't know if Rudy will return to this series, or when, but the Clippers should have had a playoff win tonight and they didn't. Read More »

Let us strive to be more like Jesus - Senator Oluremi Tinubu


The movie experience stuck with me for several reasons, most notably because of how hard it was to watch and digest what frightful suffering and pain Jesus had to have endured for the sake of mankind - for me, for you, for everybody, for all our sins, big and petty. Read More »

Employer: Facebook murder suspect had FBI background check


He asked Godwin how old he was before pulling out a gun and pointing it at Godwin's head. A manhunt is underway for Stephens and an aggravated murder warrant has been issued for his arrest. "Feels like my heart is gonna stop". While authorities said Stephens might have left OH, the city's police chief added that his last known location was at the site of the shooting Sunday afternoon and that detectives spoke with the suspect by cellphone. Read More »

Celtics' Isaiah Thomas plays one day after sister's death

It's created a delicate balancing act. Most expect Thomas to stay with the team, barring any sudden changes. Game 2 will be played in Boston on Tuesday night. "We have to pick our leadership up - pick the team spirit up a little bit", said Jae Crowder. Before the game, Thomas sat with Celtics guard Avery Bradley, who grew up near Thomas and is a close friend, and cried on the sideline. Read More »

Killer broadcasts elderly man's murder on Facebook

The city of Cleveland, Ohio is in lockdown as police search for Stephens, who also claimed in another Facebook post to have killed 15 people on a murder rampage. He was last seen wearing a black or dark blue and gray striped polo shirt and was driving a white Ford Fusion with temporary tags, authorities said. The two men did not know each other, police said. Read More »

Portland centre Jusuf Nurkic out for Game 1 of playoffs

Center Dwight Howard had 14 rebounds but just seven points for the Hawks, who dominated inside and on the boards early but couldn't contain Wall, Beal and Morris. "It will be fun". "So it made ideal sense to go to Draymond to start the fourth, and he and David West, I thought, anchored our defense really well". Read More »

CJ McCollum (hand) starts Game 1 for Portland


Kevin Durant took issue with the premise. He said it would likely be a game-day decision. He's one of the NBA's smartest players. It's hard as hell to be an National Basketball Association player. If you come across and get a swat, that's usually weak side, but at the rim it's mano-a-mano, man-against-man, who's going to win the battle. It's fun. Read More »

Pence calls North Korea missile test a 'provocation'

Trump has suggested that the US will take a tougher stance against North Korea, telling reporters last week: "North Korea is a problem". "When you look at North Korea, there are no real strategic challenges to the United States". "While we do not want to telegraph in any way how we'll respond to certain incidents, it's clear that the President is determined not to allow this kind of capability to threaten the United States". Read More »

#BoycottSnapchat trends in India, but users are mistakenly uninstalling Snapdeal!


Turns out that many people thought the campaign was against Snapdeal and started uninstalling the Snapdeal app. An official statement said Snapchat is thankful for the Indian community and the reports are "ridiculous". "Thanks @ Snapchat for Uniting us", a user tweeted. Soon after Variety published the alleged comment, the app's ratings on Google play store witnessed a sharp decline, a 4.4 to a 3.6 rating. Read More »

It's on: EPL title race heats up as Chelsea loses at United


On Sunday, he flipped that model on its head. Chelsea rarely threatened to really get back into the game and United eventually ran out comfortable winners. "It was the same tactics as when we went to Stamford Bridge in the cup". "Credit to Manchester United, they came out the blocks and I think they were first to every ball". Read More »

After leading most off the Masters, Hoffman finally stumbles


England's Justin Rose will head into the final day of the 2017 Masters tied for the lead after a terrific display of patience and poise on Saturday (8 April). - Rory McIlroy arrived with a chance to complete the career Grand Slam - accomplished only by Jack Nicklaus, Tiger Woods, Ben Hogan, Gary Player and Gene Sarazen - and he finished in the top 10 here for a fourth straight year. Read More »

Boyd, Avila lead Tigers past Indians 4-1 for series win


Carlos Correa left after being hit by a pitch on his right hand in the ninth, and Astros said an X-ray was negative . "Bauer wasn't trying to do that, but players remember what happened a year ago when three guys got hit", Detroit manager Brad Ausmus said. Read More »

Mélenchon fait jeu égal avec Fillon — Sondage présidentielle française


Au second tour, Marine Le Pen perdrait face à Emmanuel Macron ou à François Fillon. Le socialiste Benoît Hamon, en mauvaise posture dans l'ensemble des enquêtes d'opinion, poursuit sa baisse à 7,5 % d'intentions de vote (-1). Mais cela semble de plus en plus compromis. L'institut de sondage Elabe a également testé une autre confrontation: en cas de duel Fillon-Mélenchon, c'est ce dernier qui l'emporterait. Read More »

Dems ask FBI to suspend Kushner's security clearance


Trump's policy decisions this week sharply departed from Bannon's nationalist, "America First" ideology, and the president's cutting remarks to the press downplaying Bannon's role in the White House led to questions about the adviser's future in the administration. Read More »

Trump says tax reform 'will be better' if Obamacare repeal passed first


Our position remains unchanged: "drop repeal, stop undermining our health care system, and we will certainly sit down and talk about ways to improve the Affordable Care Act". One thing that President Donald Trump has learned that most first term leaders of the free world find out. Before the election, Trump inked a "contract with the American voter" saying he'd work with Congress to present an ambitious tax reform plan within the first 100 days of his presidency. Read More »

Here's what legalizing weed in Canada would mean

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, who said he would work toward legalizing marijuana in the country during his campaign, possibly saw his popularity get higher Thursday when he introduced legislation legalizing the recreational use of cannabis in the country. Read More »

Présidentielle. Et si la dynamique Fillon était relancée [Sondage]


A tel point que sa qualification pour le second tour ne paraît plus si certaine. Elle va tenter d'enrayer cette spirale négative ce samedi dans le fief de son compagnon Louis Aliot . Philippe Poutou est toujours crédité de 1,5 % des suffrages, après sa légère progression suite au débat télévisé entre l'ensemble des candidats. S'ils ne pensent pas que Jean-Luc Mélenchon peut se qualifier dans les jours qui précèdent le scrutin, nombre de ses électeurs de gauche risquent, in extremis, de ... Read More »