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Sauber F1 nixes deal to race with Honda power in 2018

Sauber F1 nixes deal to race with Honda power in 2018 Commenting on the cancellation, Honda Motor Sports Division, General Manager said, "We had built a good relationship with Sauber , and had been looking forward to entering the 2018 F1 season together". Honda now have an exclusive agreement with former champions McLaren , who are last in the championship after scoring two points in 10 races. With uncertainty surrounding Wehrlein's future, th... [Full Article...]

Drinking alcohol four times a week reduces risk of diabetes, study says

Drinking alcohol four times a week reduces risk of diabetes, study says Dr. Ronald Tamler, medical director at the Mount Sinai Clinical Diabetes Institute, was not involved in the new study, but says it confirms observations from previous research. Drinking moderately three or four times a week may protect people against diabetes, a study has found. Here, the benefits of alcohol were seen regardless of whether someone was overweight or not. [Full Article...]

Wayne Rooney can earn England recall at Everton - Gareth Southgate

Wayne Rooney can earn England recall at Everton - Gareth Southgate Everton manager Ronald Koeman has backed Rooney to force his way into Southgate's plans and is pleased with the impact he is already having on his new team-mates. And that has catapulted Everton into the higher echelons of the game's big spenders - a status cemented by the emotional PR coup that Wayne Rooney's return represents. [Full Article...]

Ex-Karnataka CM Dharam Singh dead

Ex-Karnataka CM Dharam Singh dead A state funeral with a 21-gun salute will be given to Dharam Singh when his body will be buried on Friday at his farmhouse on the outskirts of Kalaburgi, about 650km from Bengaluru . He was 80.Singh, known as "Ajathashatru" in political circles for his seven straight victories from Jewargi assembly constituency in Kalaburagi district, was a two-term MP from Gulbarga and Bidar parliamentary consti... [Full Article...]

Hillary Book Doubles-Down on Russia, Comey Excuses for Loss

Hillary Book Doubles-Down on Russia, Comey Excuses for Loss Her upcoming memoir isn't the first political book to be called " What Happened ". What Happened is Clinton's chance to reclaim that story, and offer up some hard truths about foreign policy, politics in America, and the realities of being a woman in power. [Full Article...]

Busted for Allegedly Beating Ex-GF for Hours

Busted for Allegedly Beating Ex-GF for Hours Z-Ro has some legal trouble. Z-Ro's defense attorney told ABC13 that he's shocked by the allegations and reportedly said that his client is a good person. Brittany , known as Just Brittany , appeared with her then-boyfriend in a music video last December, featured above. The almost 21-minute recording was heard by authorities and charges were filed. [Full Article...]

Foxconn to Invest $10 Billion in New Wisconsin Manufacturing Plant

Foxconn to Invest $10 Billion in New Wisconsin Manufacturing Plant Walker said the investment would create 13,000 jobs, with an average pay of $53,000 plus benefits. Could be hundreds of millions of dollars in incentives Wisconsin uses to lure an electronics manufacturing giant to the state. According to reports , Wisconsin is offering a taxpayer-backed incentives package worth as much as $3 billion to woo Foxconn. President Donald Trump took credit for th... [Full Article...]

New York Implements 'Textalyzer' To Catch Distracted Driving

New York Implements 'Textalyzer' To Catch Distracted Driving The statewide ban includes all public and private school property. "I thank Governor Cuomo for signing this bill into law, allowing craft beverage producers at farms across New York State to thrive as drivers of tourism and local economies across the state". [Full Article...]

In US first, scientists edit genes of human embryos

In US first, scientists edit genes of human embryos A controversial technology which allows scientists to "edit" the genes in a human embryo has been used for the first time in America, according to Oregon Health and Science University. OR researchers used embryos created for the experiment with sperm donated by men carrying inherited diseases. However, Mitalipov said his team was able to avoid mosaicism by injecting CRISPR into the eggs at the s... [Full Article...]

Malnutrition And Cholera 'A Vicious Combination' In War-Torn Yemen

Malnutrition And Cholera 'A Vicious Combination' In War-Torn Yemen However, 5 governorates account for more than half of the cases: Amanat Al Asimah, Al Hudayday, Hajjah, Amran, and Ibb. At the end of a joint visit to the crisis-torn nation, the agencies' chiefs issued a warning that nearly two million Yemeni children are acutely malnourished, and "malnutrition makes them more susceptible to cholera; diseases create more malnutrition.a vicious combination". [Full Article...]

Shah Rukh Khan meets a running AbRam..

Shah Rukh Khan meets a running AbRam.. The actor, who is playing the role of a tourist guide named Harry in " Jab Harry met Sejal ", also believes that there is "Harry" in everyone one of us. Hawayein is a romantic number shot mostly in Budapest. I love comedy more. PS: Hawayein will indeed make you curl up in bed with a cup of tea. " Jab Harry met Sejal " is presented by Red Chillies Entertainment. [Full Article...]

British baby Gard's parents await decision on final care

British baby Gard's parents await decision on final care Connie Yates, the mother of the critically ill baby at the center of an worldwide medical and legal battle, returned to London's High Court to request a medical team that could keep her son alive for a week under hospice care rather than a few hours. [Full Article...]

Health Unit Reports First Human Case Of West Nile Virus

Health Unit Reports First Human Case Of West Nile Virus Next, residents can reduce the amount of time spent outdoors between dusk and dawn. The health unit said that West Nile Virus is transmitted through the bite of an infected mosquito, and that symptoms usually develop two to 14 days after receiving a bite from an infected mosquito. [Full Article...]

Department of Justice says anti-discrimination laws don't protect gay people

Department of Justice says anti-discrimination laws don't protect gay people The case of Zarda v. Altitude Express , in which Donald Zarda says he was sacked by his employer due to his sexual orientation, is now ongoing in federal court, and Jeff Sessions' Department of Justice has weighed in on the issue . The new brief has two main themes: first, that it is up to Congress, not the courts, to decide whether to expand civil rights law to protect gays, lesbians and tr... [Full Article...]

ECDC highlights need to scale-up efforts for eliminating viral hepatitis in Europe

ECDC highlights need to scale-up efforts for eliminating viral hepatitis in Europe The most common types of Hepatitis are Hepatitis B, C and A and also alcoholic hepatitis. There is also an urgent need to scale up access to hepatitis B testing. "That is why we are joining the Nigerian government in its campaign to encourage people to go for screening, and if they test positive, they should start treatment as Hepatitis is curable", he added. [Full Article...]

E-cigarette vaping really does help you quit smoking, study claims

E-cigarette vaping really does help you quit smoking, study claims AACS CEO Jeff Rogut has argued that while the ban remains in place, e-cigarette users must source their nicotine online without quality assurance. Of 161,054 respondents to the 2014-15 survey, 22,548 were current smokers and 2,136 recent quitters. [Full Article...]

Papaya brand recalled after 47 people sickened, 1 in Minnesota

Papaya brand recalled after 47 people sickened, 1 in Minnesota Produce distributor Grande Produce LLC said in a recall notice posted late Wednesday that they had stopped receiving papaya from the grower in Mexico that supplied the contaminated fruit, according to Food Safety News . Grande Produce did not provide distribution details about regions or specific retailers that received the recalled CaribeƱa brand maradol papayas. The papayas were distribut... [Full Article...]

Privacy not an absolute right: Oppn.-ruled States

Privacy not an absolute right: Oppn.-ruled States The petitioners had sought a declaration from the top court that the right to privacy is a fundamental right. "The rights to life and personal liberty are neither unqualified nor absolute", Venugopal said . "Biometric details for aadhaar is essential for saving prople from animal existence", Venugopal told a nine-judge bench which is deciding whether right to privacy should be declared a fundam... [Full Article...]

Pressure builds on Venezuelan leader over charter; U.S. levies sanctions

Pressure builds on Venezuelan leader over charter; U.S. levies sanctions Venezuela's economy is in a free fall, a classic example of how top-down centralized government control ends up making conditions worse for virtually everyone except the autocrats running the show. Rather than confront Venezuela's political, economic and humanitarian crisis head on and work with the opposition collaboratively to resolve it, President Maduro is lashing out at scapegoats. [Full Article...]

Time to drop 'complete the course' antibiotic message

Time to drop 'complete the course' antibiotic message And at least 23,000 Americans die each year as a direct result of the infections. Changing the well-known message that patients should always take the full course now would "simply confuse people", she said. The ones leftover are the tougher bacteria, which would have been killed if the treatment continued but now, in the absence of antibiotics, have room to multiply and pass their genetic-based... [Full Article...]


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