• US Judge Rules Obama's Signature Health Care Policy Unconstitutional
US Judge Rules Obama's Signature Health Care Policy Unconstitutional

US District Judge Reed O'Connor sided with a coalition of state governments, led by Texas, that argued removing the " individual mandate " previous year - a provision included in Trump's tax bill - invalidated the entire law. "The Court finds the Individual Mandate "is essential to" and inserverable from "the other provisions" of the ACA", O'Conn...

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  • Carper releases statement on passing of George HW Bush
Carper releases statement on passing of George HW Bush

Yet one individual, who shall go unnamed, dared to criticize Sully on the internet because she did not believe the dog's six months of service to the former president was enough to merit our attention. Washington's political elite paid tribute to former US President George H.W. Bush as his body lay in state in the Capitol on Monday, evoking a by...

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  • Amazon Web Service (AWS) Release Managed Blockchain Services
Amazon Web Service (AWS) Release Managed Blockchain Services

It's akin to how TensorFlow models are deployed on low-end hardware . And, these optimisations are generally applicable not just for computer vision models but also for a broader set of deep learning models. A new process called AutoML, which automates complicated ML tasks, "performs and accelerates the hard work required to design, train, and d...

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  • Morning people less likely to develop breast cancer
Morning people less likely to develop breast cancer

Dr Rebecca Richmond , who led the study, said: "Using genetic variants associated with people's preference for morning or evening, sleep duration and insomnia, which had previously been identified by three recent UK Biobank genome-wide association studies, we investigated whether these sleep traits have a causal contribution to the risk of develo...

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  • FDA approves opioid painkiller 1000 times stronger than morphine
FDA approves opioid painkiller 1000 times stronger than morphine

Dsuvia is a sublingual (meaning it is taken under the tongue) form of sufentanil (a synthetic opioid) that's delivered through a disposable, pre-filled, single-dose applicator, the FDA says. Sidney Wolfe of Public Citizen's Health Research Group, a consumer group, called Gottlieb's statement "empty rhetoric" and said the agency missed a big opp...

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  • 9th death reported at pediatric center amid viral outbreak
9th death reported at pediatric center amid viral outbreak

The department can not confirm that the death of an individual who died Friday afternoon was related to the outbreak, officials said. A staff member at the facility also became ill, but has since recovered. It said it did not have laboratory confirmation of adenovirus in the child. The most recent outbreak of the illness at the facility, about 32...

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  • Breast cancer is Aegon's biggest CI claim cause
Breast cancer is Aegon's biggest CI claim cause

BMT has committed to making a $5,000 donation to the Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. The DMD noted that the breast cancer screening is a nationwide exercise held in six regions across the country.

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  • Drug-resistant Salmonella Hits Dozens Across US
Drug-resistant Salmonella Hits Dozens Across US

What we do know is that this particular strain has been found in raw chicken products, including whole and ground chicken, and even pet food. NY reported ten cases which are now confirmed. According to the CDC, people with salmonella will develop symptoms such as diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps 12 to 72 hours after exposure to the illness,...

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  • Fears over flu vaccine supply
Fears over flu vaccine supply

The flu vaccine should be compulsory for all healthcare professionals working in high-risk areas such as emergency departments and cancer wards, experts have said. "You can get side effects, body aches low grade fever, but that is expected". It is best to get vaccinated before the influenza virus starts circulating in your community.

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  • Selena Gomez Reportedly Hospitalized | Ryan Seacrest
Selena Gomez Reportedly Hospitalized | Ryan Seacrest

Gomez has since been taken to psychiatric facility on the East Coast, where she is now receiving dialectical behaviour therapy . According to TMZ Selena was admitted into the treatment facility to treat ongoing issues related to anxiety and depression .

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  • Stigma remains as world celebrates Mental Health Day
Stigma remains as world celebrates Mental Health Day

Psychiatrist P.V. Bhandary said on Wednesday that more awareness needs to be created on mental health and illness in society . " Many Chinese parents have no knowledge of mental illnesses and they don't know how to help their children cope with daily life when the kids are mentally challenged", said Peng.

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  • Falkirk gym offering free five-day pass for World Mental Health Day
Falkirk gym offering free five-day pass for World Mental Health Day

Mental Health Week is a great opportunity for us all to stop and reflect on what we want to achieve in terms of leading happy, healthy and productive lives. "Mental health is the foundation of human capability that makes each life worthwhile and meaningful". Other causes could be genetic factors as well as traumatic incidents in a teenager's lif...

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  • Day of chaos and consequence before vote on Kavanaugh
Day of chaos and consequence before vote on Kavanaugh

A friend of Christine Blasey Ford told FBI investigators that she felt pressured to clarify her original statement regarding an alleged sexual assault involving Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, according to a Wall Street Journal report.

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  • MD Anderson professor talks about Nobel Prize win
MD Anderson professor talks about Nobel Prize win

For many scientists, he said, a driving motivation "is simply to push the frontiers of knowledge". Tap here to watch an animation on how it works . The 70 year-old Allison worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Scripps Research from 1974-77, when the center was known as the Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation.

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  • 2 dead after van swept away in S. Carolina amid Florence flooding
2 dead after van swept away in S. Carolina amid Florence flooding

Heading from Conway west on USA 76, the transport van with two deputies was about a half mile from the Little Pee Dee River when it encountered the high water, the news release said. "It makes it seem like someone took a very unnecessary risk in creating the problem in the first place". He said the two deputies involved had been placed on adminis...

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  • Source Identified as Hampton Hotel in Legionnaires' Outbreak
Source Identified as Hampton Hotel in Legionnaires' Outbreak

New Hampshire health officials have ordered a Hampton beach hotel to take immediate steps to remove a potentially deadly bacteria from its water system. Martin said upon interviewing the Nashua patients, health officials determined the cases were not connected to the Hampton outbreak. Symptoms include fever, cough, chills, muscle aches, headache,...

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  • Meghan McCain Shares Heartbreaking Tribute to Late Father John McCain
Meghan McCain Shares Heartbreaking Tribute to Late Father John McCain

His last Navy duty assignment was to serve as the naval liaison to the United States Senate. Our hearts and prayers are with you!' The late Arizona Republican, had organised his funeral, and close associates had told the White House in May that he did not want Trump to be invited.

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  • MI health department says one dead from West Nile
MI health department says one dead from West Nile

West Nile can potentially pass from birds to mosquitoes to humans, but there is no indication that any people have been affected. This is more likely to occur in those over 50 years of age and those with medical conditions or weakened immune systems.

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  • Iowa Reports First West Nile Death of 2018
Iowa Reports First West Nile Death of 2018

According to the Department of Public Health and Environment, the Mead resident became ill on July 27 and was hospitalized the next day. So far, as of August 2nd, 2018, 19 mosquitoes have tested positive for the West Nile Virus across the municipalities of Cressona, Hegins Township, Mahanoy Township, City of Pottsville, Ringtown, Schuylkill Hav...

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  • White House Says 'Threat' From Russia Still Exists
White House Says 'Threat' From Russia Still Exists

As for his meeting with Putin on July 16, Trump said the U.S. The one-on-one meeting between Putin and Trump lasted more than two hours, later delegation members joined the presidents for a working lunch. "I don't want to get into whether or not he's lying". They would rather go to war than see this. In a follow-up tweet , Trump wrote that Rus...

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