Medicina

Organ donation could become 'opt-out'

Organ donation could become 'opt-out'

Mr Robinson told MPs that the United Kingdom had some of the lowest rates of consent in Western Europe and while levels of organ donation were considerably higher than a decade ago, he was anxious a "certain inertia" had set in. Speaking to Mr Robinson, she said: "I'm very grateful to him for bringing this Bill and to confirm that the Government will give its wholehearted support". Consulte Mais Informação

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Triple T Specialty Meats recalls chicken salad

Triple T Specialty Meats recalls chicken salad

Between Jan. 8 and February 10, a total of 65 people became sick from Salmonella infections linked to the chicken salad made by Triple T Specialty Meats Inc.in Ackley, IA, according to the CDC . A consumer advisory was issued on February 13, 2081, warning about this issue. Triple T Specialty Meats recalled all chicken salad produced from January 2 to February 7, 2018. Consulte Mais Informação

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Call for land bench after discipline rap

Call for land bench after discipline rap

Lawyers appearing before the bench of Justices Roy and Mishra - they were hearing a case in which the February 8 decision could have had an impact - brought to their notice the previous day's order of the bench led by Justice Lokur. When counsels appearing for different petitioners showed the Wednesday order to both the Benches during the course of hearing, they referred the matters to the CJI to constitute an "appropriate Bench". Consulte Mais Informação

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SC notice to Delhi Police on Subramanian Swamy's plea — Sunanda Pushkar case

SC notice to Delhi Police on Subramanian Swamy's plea — Sunanda Pushkar case

The matter came up for hearing before a Bench of Justices Arun Mishra and AM Khanwilkar . "You have to satisfy the court on categorical findings of the Delhi High Court". It had also said that it was not satisfied that the plea could be entertained as a PIL (Public Interest Litigation). Swamy, in his plea before the high court, had alleged that the police had "botched up" the probe and accused Tharoor of "interfering" in the investigation as a minister in the erstwhile UPA regime and later. Consulte Mais Informação

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Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat. Who Wins?

Low-Carb vs. Low-Fat. Who Wins?

Image courtesy of Examine.com 's analysis of the study. It's the kind of study that other diet studies wish they were. It's a randomised controlled trial, which means people were told which diet to do. Switching diets can also leave gaping holes in your nutrition. The researchers were hoping that genetics would reveal the answer. It seems like everybody is on a diet or trying one. Consulte Mais Informação

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Test-tube tumours offer new hope for cancer treatment

Test-tube tumours offer new hope for cancer treatment

The new research was carried out in bowel and stomach tumours, and other cancers of the digestive system, and is published today in the prestigious journal Science . The approach found a drug that had a chance of shrinking a patient's tumour in nearly 9 in 10 cases. "We were able to look in incredible detail at how tumours responded to drugs - including patterns of gene activity and mutation, and even how the cancer would evolve in response to treatment". Consulte Mais Informação

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Jeremy Hunt pledges crackdown on drug errors in NHS

Mistakes - ranging from giving patients the wrong medication to delivering prescriptions late - may cause around 1,700 deaths annually in England and contribute to up to 22,000 each year. "But to address the root cause, and in general practice that is intense resource and workforce pressures, meaning that workloads and working hours are often unsafe for Global Positioning System and our teams". Consulte Mais Informação

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South Carolina Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Saggy Pants

South Carolina Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Saggy Pants

Both Democrats and Republicans in the state's House have sponsored bill 4957, which would make it "unlawful for a person to wear trousers more than three inches below the crest of his ileum" - better known as the top of the hips. "It is not just targeting African-American men. It is just disingenuous, we should not have this". According to Fox Carolina , the town of Timmonsville passed an ordinance banning them in 2016. Consulte Mais Informação

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FDA starts recalling and destroying certain kratom products

FDA starts recalling and destroying certain kratom products

Twenty-eight people from 20 states across the country had come down with same strain of salmonella as of February 16, according to the CDC . The company has agreed to discontinue sales of all kratom-containing products. Symptoms of a salmonella infection include fever, abdominal cramps, and diarrhea. An estimated 1.4 million cases occur in the US each year, according to the CDC. Consulte Mais Informação

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Despite losses, Uber to stay invested in India

Despite losses, Uber to stay invested in India

However, the latest comments from the company's CEO suggests that Uber wants to compete with rivals in this region. "While SoftBank may have an opinion, theirs is not the only opinion in the room", he said. "We are investing in the Indian market because we believe in the long-term viability of this market. we consider it incredibly important market for us, the core market for us", he said. Consulte Mais Informação

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With Dozens of Schoolgirls Missing in Nigeria, Angry Parents Demand Answers

With Dozens of Schoolgirls Missing in Nigeria, Angry Parents Demand Answers

The state government said at least 46 were missing. "That is because some of them are still trickling back to the school", the minister told journalists without giving detail of the number of girls rescued or seen. Naija News can authoritatively report that that a combine team of military personnel have rescued the abducted Yobe schoolgirls at Jilli-Muwarti, a border village between Gaidam in Yobe state and Borno State. Consulte Mais Informação

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