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Medicine Smith and Warner banned for a year over ball-tampering scandal
Author: 0 Smith and Warner banned for a year over ball-tampering scandal

CHEATS Steve Smith , David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are facing a world ban from senior cricket after LYING in the ball-tampering scandal. Johannesburg , Mar 28 Australia coach Darren Lehmann today admitted that Steve Smith and David Warner had made " grave mistake " but urged everyone to be a bit more humane in their approach as they are not "bad people".

Medicine North Korea bag Asian Cup spot after win over HK
Author: 0 North Korea bag Asian Cup spot after win over HK

The victory meant Dutchman Pim Verbeek-coached Oman, thanks to their better goal average, ended their sucessful qualiyfing campaign as Group D toppers compared to Palestine despite both teams earning 15 points each from six matches. Constantine declared that "India will play for a win". "The result might be a draw but we won't play for a draw", he quipped. They gave everything they had, and we are disappointed.

Medicine UK man contracts world's first super-strength gonorrhoea
Author: 0 UK man contracts world's first super-strength gonorrhoea

Peter Greenhouse, of the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV, said the United Kingdom faces a "perfect storm", with more people sleeping around, and Government cuts to health funding, stoking the fire. How to tell if you have gonorrhoea. . An infected person may have no symptoms, but can still transmit the infection. Of those infected, about one in 10 heterosexual men and more than three-quarters of women, and gay men, have no easily recognisable symptoms.

Medicine A Few Scattered Storms Today. Widespread Rain Tonight
Author: 0 A Few Scattered Storms Today. Widespread Rain Tonight

There have been no weather watches posted for the WAFB area through Wednesday afternoon, but that may change as we head into Thursday morning . Now the severe weather potential with these storms are low but there will be the potential for damaging wind gusts and tornadoes.

Medicine More than 4000 eggs, embryos affected in storage tank failure, hospital says
Author: 0 More than 4000 eggs, embryos affected in storage tank failure, hospital says

Mark DiCello, a Cleveland attorney who represents some of the patients, said he believes someone at the clinic turned off the alarm because "they were having problems and they made the decision they weren't going to deal with it". "We failed our fertility clinic patients". University Hospitals said its investigation into the incident on March 3 to 4 at its fertility clinic in suburban Cleveland suggested the problems might have been caused by human error, mechanical failure or both.

Medicine Scientists say they've discovered new human organ
Author: 0 Scientists say they've discovered new human organ

The aspect of the research that has gained the most traction is the suggestion that the interstitium should be classified as a new organ. Theise says that it fulfills the criteria for the definition of a new organ and could be the 80th organ to be classified in the human body.

Medicine Wind, rain and even snow could make its way into your Tuesday
Author: 0 Wind, rain and even snow could make its way into your Tuesday

He told Daily Star Online: " Easter weekend will feature around to slightly below normal temperatures across the British Isles with a cold northerly wind in place". There will be mainly dry conditions in the South Island as well with the only rain expected to fall in the southwestern parts of Southland and a few isolated showers in lower Otago.

Medicine Saudis forces intercept seven Yemen rebel missiles
Author: 0 Saudis forces intercept seven Yemen rebel missiles

The rebels confirmed they had launched missiles at Riyadh as well as the southern cities of Khamis Mushait, Jizan and Najran. A picture taken in Um Al-Hammam district in Riyadh shows the pierced ceiling of a home hit by falling shrapnel from Yemeni rebel missiles that were intercepted over the Saudi capital.

Medicine SunRail examines changing timing of railroad crossing gate amid school bus concerns
Author: 0 SunRail examines changing timing of railroad crossing gate amid school bus concerns

Federal investigators have said the fire began in the engine compartment after the bus backed into a ditch and became stuck. Parents called the University City Police Department to report the student missing. At the District's request, he will not return to University City Schools. OSHP Troopers say an Eastern Local Schools bus, driven by Ryland T. Michael, of Racine, Ohio, veered off the right side of the road, striking an embankment and a downed tree, and then stopped.

Medicine Man in United Kingdom has strongest gonorrhoea strand ever identified
Author: 0 Man in United Kingdom has strongest gonorrhoea strand ever identified

Most of the pathogens listed were among the almost two dozen antibiotic-resistant microbes that the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warned in 2013 could cause potentially catastrophic consequences if the United States didn't act quickly to combat the growing threat of antibiotic-resistant infections.

Medicine Varun Dhawan: Being directed by Shoojit Sircar my biggest achievement
Author: 0 Varun Dhawan: Being directed by Shoojit Sircar my biggest achievement

The actors recently wrapped up the first schedule of the film in Bhopal. She is a brand magnet, a huge social media influencer and commands global popularity. This is the first ever female-led film from India. With Sui Dhaaga , I am proud to take their message to millions of movie lovers in a manner that is entertaining and relevant.

Medicine Rubber ducky, you're the bacteria-filled one
Author: 0 Rubber ducky, you're the bacteria-filled one

They counted the microbes floating inside the toys and say it contained potentially pathogenic bacteria. The study by the Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology, ETH Zurich and the University of IL, counted microbes swimming inside the yellow toys and found the murky liquid released when ducks were squeezed contained "potentially pathogenic bacteria" in four out of the five toys studied.

Medicine Global antibiotic consumption soars feeding spread of United Kingdom 'super-bugs'
Author: 0 Global antibiotic consumption soars feeding spread of United Kingdom 'super-bugs'

In low- and middle-income countries, the study found that the rate of antibiotic consumption per 1,000 inhabitants per day increased 77 percent between 2000 and 2015. Consumption increases in LMICs were driven largely by economic growth-a pattern not seen in high-income countries. Yet despite the rising use of antibiotics worldwide, the study suggests that reducing consumption is possible.

Medicine No Aadhaar data breach from our end, UIDAI tells Supreme Court
Author: 0 No Aadhaar data breach from our end, UIDAI tells Supreme Court

You say that you do not know the objective of authentication and the data at your ( UIDAI ) end is safe. "Security at your end would not ensure data protection. CJI asked Pandey, "Suppose a man who enrols for Aadhaar and gives his thumb impression, it gets encrypted and stored in your server the moment he presses "save" button".

Medicine Flu infecting more young people this season: doctor
Author: 0 Flu infecting more young people this season: doctor

By comparison, five deaths due to influenza were reported during the 2016-2017 flu season. On Friday, the CDC reported in its weekly surveillance report that flu cases dropped for the first time . The knowledge we gain through such scientific research will allow us to determine if we need to change recommendations to vaccine manufacturers for how future season's vaccines should be produced.

Medicine 'Rough' flu season winding down, but it's not completely over
Author: 0 'Rough' flu season winding down, but it's not completely over

Doctors saw an increase in the amount of B strain infections, but a decrease in confirmed A strain cases. "We know that illness associated with influenza B can be just as severe as illness associated with influenza A", Nordlund said. The CDC is reporting that a second round of the flu is still causing problems. Chalkley says, "Some of our [23] deaths have been attributable to Influenza A while others have been attributable to Influenza B".