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Study shows there is no such thing as

Study shows there is no such thing as "fat but fit"

Rishi Caleyachetty. Published in the European Heart Journal, researchers suggest people who are obese yet physically healthy are at no greater risk of heart disease or cancer than people of normal weight. The idea of being fat but fit is officially a myth according to new research coming from experts in Portugal. The results also took into account demographics and smoking behavior. Consulte Mais Informação

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Brother of victim in unsolved Ohio massacre appears in court

Brother of victim in unsolved Ohio massacre appears in court

Investigators with several law enforcement agencies confiscated the trailer during their search of property on state Route 41 both Friday and Saturday. The trailer was taken from one of multiple sites that authorities searched late last week. A search for suspects would have been a significant development: Despite periodic reassurances of "significant progress" in the investigation, only a few pieces of information have surfaced in public view: Authorities believe the killer or killers must ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Reddy's earns FDA approval for Doxil generic

Reddy's earns FDA approval for Doxil generic

According to Dr. Reddy's, FDA approval is an outcome of extensive collaboration with the company's partner, Natco Pharma on research and develop and manufacturing capabilities. "We are preparing for a commercial launch soon". The company revealed that Doxorubicin Hydrochloride Liposome Injection is a sterile, translucent, red liposomal dispersion in 10-mL or 30-mL glass, single-dose vials. Consulte Mais Informação

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Judge: Mistakes made in Kirkersville killer's release

Judge: Mistakes made in Kirkersville killer's release

On the other hand, the slain Nurse Medrano had previously obtained civil protection from orders against her killer Hartless, who has released from jail this April for domestic violence. Higgins said an internal investigation is underway to determine why Hartless was released, reports the Newark Advocate . Approximately three months before she was killed, Medrano wrote a letter to a judge requesting a softer sentence for Hartless for beating her, according to WCMH . Consulte Mais Informação

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Bhakkar: Dog sentenced to death sentence for biting child

Bhakkar: Dog sentenced to death sentence for biting child

Be advised, the argument might come as a lapse of reason. According to the report, Assistant Commissioner Raja Saleem in Bhakkar's Kalor vicinity in Punjab province ruled that the dog injured the child and hence it should be killed. The dog's owner has now filed a plea against this absurd punishment. Jamil even said that he would plead all the courts to make sure that justice is served to his pet. Consulte Mais Informação

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Ransomware Attack Hits Businesses Across The World

Instead, most of the attention has been focused on the NSA exploit used in the attack, the actual threat posed to victims and vital systems, and the sheer magnitude of the event. A massive cyberattack brought computers to a halt on Friday and Saturday, the malware affecting over one lakh computers and systems in nearly 150 nations worldwide, ranging from the UK National Health Service to a French carmaker with an alliance plant in Chennai, the German railways, the Andhra Pradesh police and ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Seven hospitals affected by cyber attack still in need of support

NHS Digital has announced updated guidelines on protecting against future cyber-attacks including instructions to install a patch to protect systems against further attacks and malicious viruses. "The message is very clear, not just for organizations like the NHS (National Health Service) but for private individuals, for businesses". The organisation told trusts: "Our Data Security Centre continues to work around the clock alongside the National Cyber Security Centre, to support NHS ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Gatland to keep Lions stand-byes private

Gatland to keep Lions stand-byes private

Former New Zealand coach Graham Henry has weighed in on the debate over the crippling tackle on Brian O'Driscoll in the 2005 British and Irish Lions tour, saying it "helped galvanise" the All Blacks. "Defence is going to be massive for us, but we have to play as well - we have to challenge them". If you're a Lions fan, you'd look at it and say, "We've got four countries going into one against the opposition, we should be able to beat these blokes". Consulte Mais Informação

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Companies prepare for more ransomware attacks on Monday

There's no indication that someone was harmed on Friday as a result of this particular attack. Security agencies in affected countries were racing to find out. The attack disrupted Britain's health system and companies including carmaker Renault and global shipper FedEx. NHS Digital said health trusts across England were sent details of an IT security patch that would have protected them from the attack. Consulte Mais Informação

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