• Valley Children's Hospital makes top 50 national rankings in three specialties
Valley Children's Hospital makes top 50 national rankings in three specialties

The hospital also has the region's only Level IV neonatal intensive care unit, which means it meets the highest standards set by the Academy of Pediatrics. "Validations such as these rankings are a testament to the tremendous caliber of the physicians, nurses, technicians and other health care providers and staff who are driven each day to provide ...

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  • Could olive oil be effective against Alzheimer's?
Could olive oil be effective against Alzheimer's?

This debris is strongly associated with an onset of Alzheimer's , and this finding indicates that the oil would prevent and tackle the disease directly. As all the above are major characteristics of the Alzheimer's disease phenotype, the study demonstrated that EVOO had a beneficial influence, with researchers concluding that the study provides ...

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  • Elderly warned to stop taking common cure all
Elderly warned to stop taking common cure all

To TCTMD, Gurbel noted that the estimated number needed to treat (NNT) to prevent one upper gastrointestinal bleeding event at 5 years was 23 for patients aged 75 to 84 years and 21 for patients 85 years and older. The chances that bleeding was disabling or fatal, while lower, increased in roughly the same amounts equally across the different age g...

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  • Clinging on to her job, Britain's May appoints new ministers
Clinging on to her job, Britain's May appoints new ministers

May had spent the campaign denouncing Corbyn as the weak leader of a spendthrift party that would crash Britain's economy and flounder in Brexit talks, while she would provide "strong and stable leadership" to clinch a good deal for Britain.

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  • Water Temp Doesn't Factor into Handwashing Effectiveness, Say Researchers
Water Temp Doesn't Factor into Handwashing Effectiveness, Say Researchers

Surely even the laziest among us - those who give their hands a cursory rinse, or worse, don't wash them at all - can manage a piddling 10 seconds . "We want people to be comfortable in washing their hands and if cooler water is more comfortable do that or if warmer is more comfortable do that", Schaffner said .

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  • Four militants killed on LoC: Army
Four militants killed on LoC: Army

A day earlier, the army had foiled a similar attempt in Uri sector, adjacent to Rampur . Indian army soldiers patrol near the site of a gunbattle at Saimoh village, in Tral area, about 45 Kilometres south of Srinagar , Indian controlled Kashmir , Saturday, May 27, 2017.

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  • UNC's Tony Bradley to remain in NBA Draft
UNC's Tony Bradley to remain in NBA Draft

Bradley projects as a possible late first-round or early second-round pick. If Bradley is selected in the first round, he'd receive a guaranteed contract. Williams is one of the few coaches left in the sport that still relies on playing two bigs and utilizing an overwhelming front court to win games, and that is not going to be an easy thing to d...

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  • Saturday's Round of the NCAA Championships Cancelled; Play to Resume Sunday
Saturday's Round of the NCAA Championships Cancelled; Play to Resume Sunday

The remaining drama surrounded who would capture the fifth and final spot in the championship, and who would be the lone individual from a non-qualifying team to advance. Lee Hodges (3-under 68), Josh Sedeno (2-under 69), and Davis Riley (1-under 70) shot below par in the third and final round. This will be the seventh national championship appea...

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  • Five hospitalised in United States after eating nacho cheese from a petrol station
Five hospitalised in United States after eating nacho cheese from a petrol station

Nine people have been hospitalized after eating nacho cheese from a Sacramento gas station, California officials said. Within hours of eating the nacho-cheese sauce, she felt exhausted, her partner, Ricky Torres, told the Bee . "We just don't know how long or how much effort". The first botulism lawsuit was filed against Valley Oak Food an...

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  • Pakistan can not execute Kulbhushan Jadhav till the court rules on case: ICJ
Pakistan can not execute Kulbhushan Jadhav till the court rules on case: ICJ

In an emergency hearing on Monday held only days after India lodged its case , lawyers for New Delhi called on the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to order Islamabad to suspend its execution of Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav. Expressing similar views, another Congress leader Anand Sharma said, "Pakistan has no legs to stand upon". Nationals bel...

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  • 14th GST Coucil holds meeting in Srinagar
14th GST Coucil holds meeting in Srinagar

Items like hair oil, toothpaste and soaps, which are now taxed at 28 per cent, will be taxed at 18 per cent under GST. Vikram Mahaldar, VP & global sales head of OCM Pvt Ltd believes that after the GST is imposed, mills and buyers will have to pay extra money for fabrics made from natural fibre, as they are exempt from any taxes in most part of t...

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  • 'WannaCry' ransomware attack: What we know
'WannaCry' ransomware attack: What we know

Cybersecurity experts have said the majority of the attacks targeted Russia, Ukraine and Taiwan. Government agencies and universities were among those hit as well as petrol stations, ATMs and hospitals, it said. "As far as I know there's only been two variants (one this morn) and none without [a kill] switch", security researcher Dave Kennedy to...

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  • Ransomware WannaCry to attack Indian banking system soon: Cyber expert
Ransomware WannaCry to attack Indian banking system soon: Cyber expert

WannaCry shut down ATM machines across China and crippled hospitals in Great Britain. But because so many companies didn't apply it, the so-called WannaCry attack spread like cholera. Microsoft effectively confirmed analysts' diagnosis that the ransomware known as "WannaCry" was created to exploit NSA software that was leaked earlier this year by...

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  • Happy Cinco de Mayo! Here are 5 facts about the day
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Here are 5 facts about the day

The Cinco de Mayo and Seis Adoption Fiesta is valid only and 6, 2017, so visit the Humane Society of Central Oregon (61170 SE 27 St., Bend)! You can start with $5 margaritas, or go for the low-sodium option of the $3 Corona special - and if you are with your amigos, grab a $15 bucket of the golden Mexican lager.

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  • Immigrants plan May Day rallies buoyed by Trump opposition
Immigrants plan May Day rallies buoyed by Trump opposition

Marches are planned in cities spanning from Santa Rosa to San Diego. But it takes time for many of those arrested to make their way through the deportation process, immigration lawyers say. Almost a hundred days into his administration, President Trump has drastically reduced the flow of immigration, both legal and illegal, into the U.S.

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  • Gov Walker tries to help Wisconsin dairy farmers
Gov Walker tries to help Wisconsin dairy farmers

Milk continues to be readily available for Midwest cheesemakers, according to Dairy Market News, and a number of recently cut-off milk producers will be sending their milk into Midwest cheese vats due to actions by the Canadian government. Opening the Canadian border is important to New York's dairy farmers. Johnson's grandfather settled near La ...

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  • Netflix series '13 Reasons Why' sparks conversation about mental health
Netflix series '13 Reasons Why' sparks conversation about mental health

She encourages parents to ask their children if they've watched the show, and then have a discussion about it. "If you have a kid who is struggling or is some years out from a mental health issue-anyone who's had a suicide attempt or become suicidal-they should just stay away from this show", Moutier said.

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  • Protestors clash with police in France over election results
Protestors clash with police in France over election results

Centrist Macron, far-right leader Le Pen advance to French presidential runoff after major opponents concede defeat. June's legislative elections also pose a challenge for Macron, who wants to win a parliamentary majority with his brand-new party "En Marche!" It sets up a battle between Mr Macron's optimistic vision of a tolerant France with ...

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  • 'Girls' finale labors to find an ending
'Girls' finale labors to find an ending

And while courtship of the under-30 set in NY is dominated by online dating and an allergy to long-term commitment, the relationships on "Girls" proceeded with nary a Tinder swipe - and not one, but two characters involved in quickie marriages.

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  • South Carolina wins 1st national title, beats Miss St 67-55
South Carolina wins 1st national title, beats Miss St 67-55

But while either the Bulldogs or Gamecocks will win a first-ever title Sunday night, Schaefer knows how loaded CT is, well beyond the current contingent, for next season. Collier? Played 15 minutes in that game and was 2-for-3. Before he left to address the media, he thanked his team, specifically the seniors, for believing in the process.

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  • FSU, South Carolina set for Elite Eight rematch
FSU, South Carolina set for Elite Eight rematch

She scored eight points in the third quarter after Wilson played just 22 seconds before sitting with her third foul. On Friday, the Gamecocks hammered Baylor by 20 points in the Sweet 16. Justin Jackson has at least 15 points, five rebounds and three assists in each NCAA tournament game and was a key factor in shutting down the three-point attacks ...

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  • NCAA Tournament: Elite Eight teams set for weekend matchups
NCAA Tournament: Elite Eight teams set for weekend matchups

Jordan Mathews and Josh Perkins scored 11 apiece. Trevon Bluiett leads the way with 10 points. And, they are here and are now the lowest seeded team in the Sweet 16. Those are the shoes that White, who had never been coached an NCAA tournament game until he squared off with East Tennessee State on March 16th of this year, had to fill.

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  • House GOP Tweaks Health Care Bill with Eye to Helping Seniors
House GOP Tweaks Health Care Bill with Eye to Helping Seniors

Under the GOP plan, older people who are not yet eligible for Medicare stand to be the biggest losers. As House Republicans prepare this week to vote on the American Health Care Act ― the legislation that would repeal the Affordable Care Act ― congressional leadership is doing what leadership often does when scrambling to secure votes: offering l...

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  • Reed agrees Republican health plan would cover fewer people
Reed agrees Republican health plan would cover fewer people

What's worse , the group primarily responsible for putting Trump in office-those over 50-would be paying more for health insurance, according to projections from the nonpartisan CBO. The proposed legislation provides a basis for forging a solution, and the hard-liners in both parties should recognize the urgency of getting something done before th...

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  • We're wondering about the future of health care
We're wondering about the future of health care

It's made health care coverage available to millions of Americans who previously couldn't afford it, expanded eligibility for Medicaid , blocked limits on benefits and assured that health insurance eligibility can't be denied based on preexisting conditions.

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