Medicina

Mosquitoes testing positive for West Nile found in Las Vegas Valley

Mosquitoes testing positive for West Nile found in Las Vegas Valley

Epidemiologists and consumer protection investigators remind residents to be proactive in preventing breeding grounds for mosquitoes that can spread illness by paying attention to your property and avoiding exposure. The Illinois Department of Public Health has also recently reported the state's first West Nile virus-positive mosquitoes for the season. He says the Health Unit traps mosquitoes to test for West Nile, but larviciding programs in urban areas of the County is conducted by ... Consulte Mais Informação

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After 'plastic egg', 'plastic rice' fear spreads in India

After 'plastic egg', 'plastic rice' fear spreads in India

Meanwhile, Hyderabad saw complaints of " plastic rice " from areas like Charminar, Yousufguda, Saroornagar and Meerpet. In the meantime, police in the old city of Hyderabad said that a protestation in regard to plastic rice was held up at Mir Chowk police headquarters however an investigation of the example in research center uncovered that it was not plastic however risky. Consulte Mais Informação

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Kendal Calling drug tests hailed a success

Kendal Calling drug tests hailed a success

United Kingdom health experts have recommended that drug testing at festivals should become "standard" to protect attendees. A third (32 per cent) said they would definitely or probably not take their drugs if tests revealed the strength or composition to be different than expected, and 45 per cent said they would take less of the drug or be more careful. Consulte Mais Informação

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Washington on edge ahead of Comey testimony on Trump, Russia probe

The closest comparison, he said, was the appearance 44 years ago of President Richard Nixon's White House counsel John Dean, who, after being fired by Nixon, gave damning testimony in 1973 to the Senate Watergate Committee. "He's a good guy". He adds: "I did not say I would 'let this go'". Not only do they believe Trump fired former Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey to save his own hide (vs. Consulte Mais Informação

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Yemen official: Cholera has killed 746 in war-torn country

Yemen official: Cholera has killed 746 in war-torn country

Yemen is facing total collapse as the war continues. Yemen is in the grip of a severe cholera epidemic on an unprecedented scale. "Cholera is caused by ingesting bacteria from water or food contaminated with faeces". The OCHA said the risk of the epidemic spreading further was compounded by the rainy season, widespread food insecurity and malnutrition. The war has left 18.8 million of Yemen's 28 million people needing humanitarian assistance and nearly 7 million on the brink of ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Bomb attack BJP's handiwork, alleges CPM

Bomb attack BJP's handiwork, alleges CPM

The attack was said to be in retaliation to manhandling of CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury at the AKG Bhavan in Delhi earlier on Wednesday. Yechury has not complained that he was manhandled, Kummanam said. The CPM leaders should restrain their activists who are trying to destroy the law and order in the state. The report further said that incident happened at around 8:30 pm yesterday and the police investigation is on. Consulte Mais Informação

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Coles, Barrett brothers named in All Blacks squad for Lions series

Coles, Barrett brothers named in All Blacks squad for Lions series

The big news is that there is no room in his squad for World Cup-winners Malakai Fekitoa and Nehe Milner-Skudder, with Hansen saying it was "the toughest team we've had to select for some time". Milner-Skudder and McKenzie, however, have been named in a strong Maori All Blacks squad to face the Lions in Rotorua on June 17. The selectors have also named five players as injury cover: midfielder Jack Goodhue, hooker Liam Coltman and loose forwards Matt Todd, Vaea Fifita and Akira Ioane. Consulte Mais Informação

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Narendra Modi only interested in waiving loans of rich: Rahul Gandhi

Narendra Modi only interested in waiving loans of rich: Rahul Gandhi

As are individuals. In the current stir the Shiv Sena has come in with full support for the farmers. Singh and Tripathi wanted to talk to the farmers in a bid to persuade them to end their protest but the attempt backfired. The protestors reportedly looted the toll plaza of Rs. eight to ten lakh. The state government, however, has denied permission to anyone who wants to visit the troubled area. Consulte Mais Informação

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Vacina contra gripe é liberada para toda população na segunda (5)

Vacina contra gripe é liberada para toda população na segunda (5)

O ministro da Saúde, Ricardo Barros , afirmou que este ano houve poucos casos por influenza devido à baixa circulação do vírus. Até o momento foi vacinado 93% do público prioritário na região da Agência de Desenvolvimento Regional de Braço do Norte, que ainda inclui os municípios de Armazém, Grão Pará, Rio Fortuna, Santa Rosa de Lima, São Ludgero e São Martinho. Consulte Mais Informação

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Surto de sarna não se estendeu a outros serviços — Viseu

Surto de sarna não se estendeu a outros serviços — Viseu

Do total de infetados, oito são enfermeiros, sete assistentes operacionais e 24 doentes. Um dos doentes que teria alta hoje contou à Rádio Jornal do Centro que vai ficar retido durante mais três dias. que nas próximas três semanas podem dar entrada novos casos de sarna e avança só na próxima semana decidirá se será ou não levantado o isolamento na Ortopedia. Consulte Mais Informação

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Tabaco mata sete milhões por ano

Tabaco mata sete milhões por ano

Numa declaração, por ocasião do Dia Mundial Sem Tabaco , que se assinala quarta-feira, Matshidiso Moeti acentuou que o impacto do consumo de cigarro compromete o crescimento económico, a igualdade de género, o ambiente e a educação. "O uso do tabaco agrava as desigualdades na saúde e pobreza, visto que as pessoas mais pobres passam a gastar menos em produtos essenciais, como alimentos, educação e cuidados de saúde", afirmou Matshidiso Moeti. Consulte Mais Informação

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