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Medicine Bill Cosby has been convicted of sexual assault in a retrial
Author: 0 Bill Cosby has been convicted of sexual assault in a retrial

Cosby has said any sexual encounters were consensual, and his lawyers portrayed Ms Constand as a "pathological liar" who falsely depicted their romantic relationship as an attack. The 80-year-old was convicted Thursday of three counts of aggravated indecent assault stemming from a crime that dates back more than a decade. "I grew up watching, first Fat Albert.

Medicine Caffeine in the womb linked to child obesity
Author: 0 Caffeine in the womb linked to child obesity

For more on caffeine and pregnancy, visit the March of Dimes . But Dr Papadopoulou said less than this made children more prone to obesity. Researchers are advising pregnant women to cut out coffee, tea and treats. "These findings concur with the fetal programming of obesity hypothesis". The researchers are confident in their results because of the large sample size, the consistency of the findings and a plausible biological explanation - foetal programming.

Medicine Leafs Beat Bruins, Force Game 7
Author: 0 Leafs Beat Bruins, Force Game 7

Boston had six high-danger chances 5-on-5 versus nine for the Leafs. The Capitals won each of the three games in Columbus. " We're fortunate to live in such a fantastic city with great first responders, and the work they've done ", Babcock said during his postgame media availability.

Medicine Drug take-back event is Saturday
Author: 0 Drug take-back event is Saturday

Bring medications for disposal to the Cloverdale Police Department, 112 Broad St., Cloverdale. Police said the initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. The AG's office says having unused or expired medicine in the home increases the risk of accidental poisoning. The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, secure, and environmentally responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the ...

Medicine Florida seeks extradition of former fugitive Lois Riess
Author: 0 Florida seeks extradition of former fugitive Lois Riess

Lois Reiss appeared before a magistrate judge in South Padre Island. It's unclear when she will answer to criminal charges in Minnesota. She later spent most of the day gambling at Diamond Jo Casino in Northwood, Iowa, before stopping at the gas station for a sandwich and directions south out of the state, according to a news release.

Medicine United States veteran receives world's most extensive penis transplant to mend blast injury
Author: 0 United States veteran receives world's most extensive penis transplant to mend blast injury

Surgeons at Johns Hopkins University have carried out the first ever complete transplant of a penis and scrotum. The transplant from a deceased donor included the entire penis, scrotum (without testicles) and partial abdominal wall. A 2016 report found that from 2001 to 2013, 1,367 men in the United States military suffered injuries to their genitals or urinary tract in Iraq or Afghanistan .

Medicine Consumer alert: CDC expands romaine lettuce warning
Author: 0 Consumer alert: CDC expands romaine lettuce warning

The warning includes whole heads and hearts of romaine, chopped romaine, and salads and salad mixes containing romaine lettuce, the CDC said . No romaine lettuce, in any form, grown in the Yuma, Arizona, area is completely safe from E.

Medicine Senate Democrat to propose marijuana decriminalization
Author: 0 Senate Democrat to propose marijuana decriminalization

Today, I am formally announcing my plan to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. Mr. Schumer said his bill would cut federal authorities out of the business of policing marijuana use - but it would not change states where possession or use of the drug is still illegal.

Author: 0 Loya death: Congress seeks fair probe, Rahul targets Amit Shah

Two lower court judges had travelled with Loya to Nagpur to attend the wedding of colleague's daughter. He had died of cardiac arrest, according to official records. The judgement said there was "no reason to doubt the statements of sitting judges" and the intent of the petitioners had been to "malign the judiciary".

Medicine Maya Kodnani acquitted in Naroda Patiya riot case
Author: 0 Maya Kodnani acquitted in Naroda Patiya riot case

The verdict on two others is awaited and one other accused is dead. But the trial was marred by controversies. Kodnani had maintained that she had been falsely implicated. Seven other accused were given enhanced life imprisonment of 21 years, which they were to serve after undergoing 10 years' imprisonment under IPC section 326 that relates to causing grievous hurt.

Medicine New study says mankind has permanently messed up the ocean's coral reefs
Author: 0 New study says mankind has permanently messed up the ocean's coral reefs

An underwater heatwave that bleached massive sections of the Great Barrier Reef was so severe it effectively "cooked" some corals in the World Heritage-listed icon. In order to perform a more thorough analysis of the damage caused by the 2016 heatwave, researchers studied aerial photographs of the entire 2,300-km-long reef taken between March and November 2016.

Medicine 'Dance Moms' Star Abby Lee Miller Diagnosed With Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma
Author: 0 'Dance Moms' Star Abby Lee Miller Diagnosed With Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma

ET's Lauren Zima caught up with Siwa at WE Day California, airing August 17 on NBC, where the 14-year-old star - who appeared on two seasons of Dance Moms - revealed she visited Miller on Wednesday. Following an MRI, it was determined that Miller had an infection in her spine and immediate surgery was required. "She's not good, but she luckily is in good spirits".

Medicine Nigeria is Safe for Business, Buhari Tells Investors at CHOGM
Author: 0 Nigeria is Safe for Business, Buhari Tells Investors at CHOGM

The statement said Buhari identified trade and investment facilitation to generate resources for sustainable development; ease of doing business and regional integration that expand markets, with safeguards against injurious trade practices from third parties; more inclusive growth with the empowerment of women and youths, as factors capable of making business among Commonwealth countries easier.

Medicine British firm drops appeal over British passport contract
Author: 0 British firm drops appeal over British passport contract

He added: 'We remain both surprised and disappointed by the decision of Her Majesty's Passport Office to award the contract to a competitor. Gemalto has a number of factories in the United Kingdom and is expected to use its Fareham site to print some of Britain's new passports, bringing with it the prospect of 70 new jobs.

Medicine Melina Roberge, Drug Mule Instagrammer, Sentenced to 8 Years
Author: 0 Melina Roberge, Drug Mule Instagrammer, Sentenced to 8 Years

Melina Roberge , 24, broke down in tears Wednesday when the Sydney court handed down the sentence, which includes a non-parole period of 4 years and 9 months in prison. Roberge and her travel companion, Isabelle Lagace , posted glamorous pictures of their travels while on the cruise ship on social media. "Sometimes there would be intimacy but not always".

Medicine Sweden police told Icelandic suspect likely fled their way
Author: 0 Sweden police told Icelandic suspect likely fled their way

Bitcoin mining computers are pictured at a Bitcoin mining farm near Keflavik, Iceland. 'We are sure of that '. Icelandic police have issued an worldwide arrest warrant for him. Jakobsdottir was travelling to Stockholm for a meeting of Nordic leaders and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Police commissioner Olafur Helgi Kjartansson told The Associated Press in March it was 'a grand theft on a scale unseen before'.

Medicine United States looks to establish new Arab force in northern Syria
Author: 0 United States looks to establish new Arab force in northern Syria

Nor, he said, would Arab states be eager to send forces to Syria if the USA military didn't agree to keep some troops there. The Trump administration has asked the Arab Gulf nations to provide troops and financial support to help Syria recover after the USA finishes off the remnants of ISIS.

Medicine Abuja Protest Ban: 115 of Shiites protesters arrested
Author: 0 Abuja Protest Ban: 115 of Shiites protesters arrested

Last week, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command banned protests and ralliesat the Unity Fountain in Abuja where the Shiites usually stage their protests. The Police have confirmed the arrests of the protesters. Mr Bello told PREMIUM TIMES he took the decision because he sees the the groups, including the "Bring Back Our Girls" movement, as public "nuisance".