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PM baleada durante assalto está consciente, mas permanece na UTI

PM baleada durante assalto está consciente, mas permanece na UTI

Militares do Pelotão de Operações Especiais (Pelopes) estão a procura dos suspeitos. O marido da policial, também estava no carro, mas não foi ferido. A soldada é da cidade de Gameleira - PE. A vítima socorrida pelo Serviço de Atendimento Móvel de Urgência (Samu) e foi encaminhada para o Hospital Metropolitano Dom Helder Câmara, em Cabo de Santo Agostinho-PE. Consulte Mais Informação

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FDA Sued For Delaying Review Of Nicotine Products Appealing To Kids

FDA Sued For Delaying Review Of Nicotine Products Appealing To Kids

The public health groups are being represented on a pro bono basis by the law firm of WilmerHale, lawyers at Democracy Forward Foundation and the legal staff of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids . The FDA issued guidance in July giving manufacturers of e-cigarettes and other electronic nicotine delivery systems (ENDS) until August 2022 to submit the pre-market applications for approval of products already on the market. Consulte Mais Informação

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Recall issued for two types of dog treats

Recall issued for two types of dog treats

Those treats could contain high levels of the hormone which may cause your dog to become extra thirsty, pee more, lose weight, become restless and have an increased heart rate . That could cause dogs to experience severe illness if the treats are consumed over a long period of time. "She said, "I know some kids want to go to Disneyland for Make a Wish". Consulte Mais Informação

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Mountain lion caught after roaming Southern California neighborhood

Mountain lion caught after roaming Southern California neighborhood

Police monitored the lion's movements with a drone, Torres said. KNBC-TV said in some areas of California there are 10 lions per 100 square miles and an estimated 4,000 to 6,000 mountain lions statewide. Azusa Police Department officers are also on scene. The lion was placed on a truck and was set to be taken to a suitable habitat, Fish and Wildlife officials said. Consulte Mais Informação

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NHS Hospitals Failing To Give Bowel Cancer Patients Potentially Life-Saving Genetic Test

NHS Hospitals Failing To Give Bowel Cancer Patients Potentially Life-Saving Genetic Test

More than eight in 10 (83%) NHS hospitals in England are failing to test bowel cancer patients for Lynch syndrome - a genetic condition that increases your risk of bowel cancer by up to 80%, as well as other cancers. The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidelines recommend all patients are tested as diagnosis can inform treatment options for bowel cancer, as some treatment is ineffective for those with Lynch syndrome. Consulte Mais Informação

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300m hepatitis B sufferers but only one in 20 treated

300m hepatitis B sufferers but only one in 20 treated

Reduction of hepatitis B in infants, via mother-to-child transmission, was characterized as important by the authors, because "most HBV infections in infants become chronic, which is the leading source of new chronic HBV infections". "The incidence of new chronic HBV infections will continue to increase unless appropriate prevention at birth is applied, and deaths will increase in unvaccinated adults unless large increases in screening and linkage to care are implemented", the editorialists ... Consulte Mais Informação

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You are hereHome News Are lonely hearts prone to cardiovascular disease?

You are hereHome News Are lonely hearts prone to cardiovascular disease?

The study in the journal Heart is based on 479,054 people aged between 40 and 69 who were part of the UK Biobank. Each participant was required to provide vital information to assist with the study, including their ethnic background, educational attainment, household income, lifestyle choices such as whether they smoked, drank alcohol and exercise habits, as well as any depressive symptoms. Consulte Mais Informação

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Foundation denies offering award to cop Roopa

Foundation denies offering award to cop Roopa

Eight government officers including Roopa were reportedly shortlisted for the award. But, when she realized that the award was going to be presented to someone else, she made a decision to score a political point in the bargain. "My move to decline is after this development", she said. She also added that since NBF was involved in several court cases against the government of Karnataka including steel flyover and encroachments into lakes, it would be "improper for Government servants to ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Faf: Smith absence like losing two players for Aussies

Faf: Smith absence like losing two players for Aussies

The Australians eventually crumbled under the pressure and lost the third Test match and will now look to turn things around and draw the series in the final Test. "I just don't see how we can walk onto that field come Friday and start a new Test match given what's happened". Yet the trio would have less than a day to prepare if Cricket Australian indeed does send them over. Consulte Mais Informação

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Australia Ball-Tampering Scandal Leads To Hilarious Twitter Jokes

Australia Ball-Tampering Scandal Leads To Hilarious Twitter Jokes

The initial part of the investigation will likely be done at the Australian team's luxury Cape Town waterfront hotel, where they are holed up ahead of traveling to Johannesburg for the final test of the series. Australian cricket captain Steve Smith wearing a cap with the Qantas logo on Tuesday. Qantas said Tuesday that it is "in discussions with Cricket Australia as this issue unfolds". Consulte Mais Informação

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One Egyptian dead after missiles fired from Yemen: Saudi Arabia

One Egyptian dead after missiles fired from Yemen: Saudi Arabia

According to initial media reports , including from the Saudi Arabian state press agency , all seven missiles were intercepted and destroyed, but an Egyptian national was killed after sustaining shrapnel wounds in the aftermath. Meanwhile, Abdul Malik Badreddin al-Houthi, the leader of the Houthi Ansarullah, has said that Saudi Arabia would not have dared to launch a campaign against Yemen if it had not received direct assistance from the US. Consulte Mais Informação

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Vaping Through E-Cigarettes Do Not Blemish Teeth, Says This Study

Vaping Through E-Cigarettes Do Not Blemish Teeth, Says This Study

A new study has found young adults who are receptive to e-cigarette advertising are much more likely to smoke conventional cigarettes in the future. The researchers analyzed data collected from almost 11,000 participants as part of the Population Assessment of Tobacco and Health (PATH) Study - a national representative, longitudinal study of tobacco use and how it affects the health of people in the U.S. Consulte Mais Informação

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