Medical

Kim Kardashian Makes A Heartbreaking Pregnancy Announcement

Kim Kardashian Makes A Heartbreaking Pregnancy Announcement

In an episode of KUWTK that aired in November 2016, Kardashain talked to a fertility doctor about surrogacy . " Kanye and I are just going to look into other options and see what we're comfortable with", she said . 'I think your pregnancies are a lot, ' said Khloe , to which Kim replied: 'Yeah, but after Paris I feel the need to bring another soul into this world. Read More

Continue Reading »

Really This Time: April Could Give Birth Today

STILL PREGNANT! Zookeepers at Animal Adventure Park said Friday, March 31st "all observations, behavior, and predictions suggest a calf today, tonight". And although it could not be captured in photos, the pregnant giraffe's udders are reportedly full, which they say is a clear indication that "it should not be much longer". Read More

Continue Reading »

The cup of coffee that could cause heart palpitations

The cup of coffee that could cause heart palpitations

Previously, " Death Wish Coffee " held the title as the most potent with around 660 mg in a 12 oz cup. One 12-fluid-ounce (355-milliliter) cup contains almost double the recommended daily allowance of caffeine. Black Insomnia's number one competitor is Death Wish , which is also a very strong type of coffee. Caiden Tuller, who works customer service at the New York-based company, said, "We're the leader in the strong coffee category and are not letting up anytime soon". Read More

Continue Reading »

USF player cut from football team after road-rage shooting

USF player cut from football team after road-rage shooting

As he pulled over again, his wife warned him that she had seen the driver flash a gun. That's when Jimenez - a concealed carry permit-holder - says he feared for his family and fired three shots from his own weapon at Childs . The Hillsborough Stat Attorney's Office has yet to decide if charges will be filed against Jimenez. USF football player Hassan Childs had a weekend to forget. Read More

Continue Reading »

Australia eye rare Test series win in India

Australia eye rare Test series win in India

Former Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson has suggested the pitch in Dharamsala may assist seamers. "I don't think even Smith would bother about what the Australian media is saying". Contrary to general belief that had brushed aside Australia's challenge even before they landed in India , Steve Smith's men have fought the hosts tooth and nail, ensuring that the final Test in Dharamsala , starting March 25, will decide the ultimate victor. Read More

Continue Reading »

GOP govs: ObamaCare repeal bill shifts 'significant' costs to states

GOP govs: ObamaCare repeal bill shifts 'significant' costs to states

After a White House meeting between President Donald Trump and around a dozen House Republicans and late night telephone talks, a leader of one group of House conservatives said he and others were now backing the legislation. They oppose accelerating the phaseout of the Medicaid expansion and are unhappy with long-term cuts the measure would inflict on the entire program. In a new complication, Sen. Read More

Continue Reading »

Skytrax winners unveiled at Passenger Terminal Expo 2017

Skytrax winners unveiled at Passenger Terminal Expo 2017

As well as winning this award , Changi also took top place in the award for the Best Airport Leisure Amenities at the ceremony which was held at Passenger Terminal EXPO in Amsterdam yesterday. While Hong Kong has been named " World's Best Airport " in the past, Skytrax CEO Edward Plaisted said Singapore was a clear leader. This achievement demonstrates the airport's constant endeavor to improve the experience of transiting passengers by high setting standards of customer service. Read More

Continue Reading »

Bird Flu Hits Tyson Foods Supplier in Tennessee

Bird Flu Hits Tyson Foods Supplier in Tennessee

It's the first confirmed case of the highly pathogenic H7 avian influenza this year. Live poultry and eggs are subject to the ban, while heat-treated chicken meat and egg products can still be imported, the statement noted. It led to the destruction of almost 50 million birds to stem the spread of the disease to other flocks, sending the cost of eggs and turkeys skyward. Read More

Continue Reading »

Breast cancer health centre

Breast cancer health centre

However, high amounts of isoflavone did not associate with higher mortality in women who did receive hormonal therapy. Alcohol, which normally forms part of a traditional Mediterranean diet, was excluded from the study because of its known links to breast cancer. Read More

Continue Reading »

Born in the '90s? Your colon cancer risk could be rising

But Siegel suggested one explanation might be a complex interaction involving the same factors that have contributed to the obesity epidemic - changes in diet, a sedentary lifestyle, excess weight and low fiber consumption. About 135,000 Americans are diagnosed annually with the cancers (and 50,000 die each year, reports USA Today), but those 55 and younger now make up an appreciable number of diagnoses: 29% of rectal cancer and 17% of colon cancer cases. Read More

Continue Reading »

Labour loss in Copeland by-election deals blow to Jeremy Corbyn

Labour loss in Copeland by-election deals blow to Jeremy Corbyn

With Theresa May and the Conservative Party's popularity way ahead of Jeremy Corbyn's nationally, all but the most myopic Labour supporter must now recognise Jeremy Corbyn as the liability he is. Labour lost the Copeland by-election to the Conservatives after hold the seat and its predecessors since the 1930s. However, under Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party has been losing support and struggling to remain relevant in the national debate. Read More

Continue Reading »

Court to rule on ICC withdrawal

Court to rule on ICC withdrawal

Bashir has been indicted by the ICC for crimes against humanity and genocide, but South Africa argued that he was immune from arrest as a head of state attending a continental gathering. Essentially, the executive will now have to begin the process of withdrawal afresh, if they still wish to do so, and this time they would need to obtain Parliament's approval prior to taking any action. Read More

Continue Reading »

Spain's Princess Cristina acquitted of tax fraud

Spain's Princess Cristina acquitted of tax fraud

A panel of judges ruled that Cristina, the 51-year-old sister of King Felipe VI, will be required to pay almost 265,000 euros (over $280,000) in fines because the court considers that she indirectly benefited from the fraud. The Spanish royal family has been under scrutiny in recent years for its lavish lifestyle while much of the rest of the country was undergoing economic hardship. Read More

Continue Reading »

Protesters rally nationwide to 'Defund Planned Parenthood'

Protesters rally nationwide to 'Defund Planned Parenthood'

Emboldened by the election of President Donald Trump, who vowed during his campaign to take away federal funding for Planned Parenthood, activists are trying to prod Congress to make good on the promise. Locally, protesters met across the street from the Planned Parenthood on West Ridge Road in Greece. The Supreme Court legalized abortion in the landmark 1973 Roe v. Read More

Continue Reading »