• Sugary drinks with meals reduce fat metabolism
Sugary drinks with meals reduce fat metabolism

Shanon Casperson, lead author of the study . The study, published this month in the journal BMC Nutrition , found that participants who enjoyed meals high in protein burned off fewer calories from fat when they had a sugary soda along with it.

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  • Right to privacy a qualified fundamental right: Centre to SC
Right to privacy a qualified fundamental right: Centre to SC

The Attorney General said that there is no absolute Right to Life and deprivation of the right in certain instances is in-built in the Constitution. "Privacy is a species of liberty, which is subordinate to the right to life". Sibal, who argued for a data protection law in the country, further said, "When state accesses data, it should be sanct...

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  • Red Cross facing critical blood shortage
Red Cross facing critical blood shortage

Earlier in July, an emergency call for blood and platelet donors was issued after nearly 61,000 fewer blood donations than needed were given through the Red Cross in May and June. 61,000 donations shortfall in the month of May and June. To donate call the American Red Cross at 1-800-733-2767 or use the Blood Donor App or visit redcrossblood.org...

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  • Sri Lanka deploys troops amid oil workers strike
Sri Lanka deploys troops amid oil workers strike

Sri Lankans took to the streets to protest over a fear of loss of land, and opposition politicians have claimed the scale of land transfer to the Chinese is a risk to national security. A strike by Sri Lanka's Ceylon Petroleum Cooperation (CPC) Trade Union affecting fuel distribution in the country will not impact bunkering, local sources hav...

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  • Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE:LLY) Posted Q2 revenue $5.82 billion
Eli Lilly and Company (NYSE:LLY) Posted Q2 revenue $5.82 billion

It has underperformed by 2.87% the S&P500. First Command Financial Services Inc. increased its stake in shares of Eli Lilly and by 7.3% in the first quarter. Therefore 78% are positive. Piper Jaffray Companies reaffirmed a "buy" rating and issued a $100.00 price target on shares of Eli Lilly and in a research report on Monday, April 17th.

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  • Tollywood drug saga: Charmme will be quizzed but won't give blood
Tollywood drug saga: Charmme will be quizzed but won't give blood

The officials had earlier collected the blood, hair and nail samples from director Puri Jagannath, actor Subba Raju and cinematographer Syam K Naidu during their questioning last week. He had also said that women officers are already a part of the probe team. Kaur had expressed fear that she may be compelled to give a "false and self-incriminatin...

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  • Even a slight drop in U.S. measles vaccinations could triple cases
Even a slight drop in U.S. measles vaccinations could triple cases

Researchers Nathan Lo and Dr. Peter Hotez were motivated to conduct the study after seeing data showing growing vaccine hesitancy and use of non-medical exemptions-largely due to lies and misinformation about the safety of vaccines and the threat of devastating diseases, such as measles.

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  • The doctors invented an effective cure for AIDS
The doctors invented an effective cure for AIDS

PARIS/GENEVA, 25 July 2017-UNAIDS has welcomed the launch of the End AIDS Coalition (EAC) during the 9th International AIDS Conference on HIV Science taking place in Paris, France. The child, whose name is not being released, has no detectable traces of the virus. The child had a healthy level of key immune cells, a viral load that was undetect...

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  • Conservatives are trying to skewer Jeremy Corbyn over his student debt 'betrayal'
Conservatives are trying to skewer Jeremy Corbyn over his student debt 'betrayal'

Corbyn has been accused by the Lib Dems of "parroting the lie" that the United Kingdom can not stay in single market once it leaves the EU. Mr Corbyn said Labour has yet to make its mind up over its position on the customs union - which places tariffs on imports from around the world and stops Britain negotiating trade deals.

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  • Bank of England concerned by 'spiral of complacency' over consumer lending
Bank of England concerned by 'spiral of complacency' over consumer lending

Loans, credit card balance transfers, and outstanding vehicle loans are up 10 per cent in the past year, while household incomes have only risen 1.5 per cent. In auto finance, Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) plans now finance nearly four in five new vehicle purchases, having accounted for one in five in 2006.

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  • CTE found in 99% of dead National Football League players' brains
CTE found in 99% of dead National Football League players' brains

Of the 202 brains examined, 177 of them-or 88 percent-were diagnosed with CTE. "We appreciate the work done by Dr. McKee and her colleagues for the value it adds in the ongoing quest for a better understanding of CTE", NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy said in a statement to USA TODAY Sports.

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  • Cholera kills 1869 people in Yemen
Cholera kills 1869 people in Yemen

More than 12,000 people have died, and much of the country turned into death traps for civilians since the onset of the invasion, meant to restore Yemen's former Saudi-allied government. As many as 600,000 people in Yemen are expected to contract cholera before the end of 2017 as the conflict-riven country struggles to contain the disease, the head...

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  • Dog walking could be prescribed for older people to boost activity
Dog walking could be prescribed for older people to boost activity

The average time spent sitting down every day by those in the study was 667 minutes - around 11 hours. However, they said dog walking opportunities for older adults who do not own a dog could be organised by local community organisations.

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  • Damage, power outages reported after Maryland severe weather
Damage, power outages reported after Maryland severe weather

Much of the reported damage is focused in the "Bay City" area of Stevensville , just across the Bay Bridge. Maryland officials are also helping residents who were displaced because of the storm. More than 8,000 people in the county are without power as of 5:30 a.m. Monday , according to Delmarva Power. Delmarva Power asks customers to report outa...

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  • People living with HIV to access injectable treatment
People living with HIV to access injectable treatment

Eight years and nine months later, the HIV virus is still inactive in the toddler's system and she is not being treated either. "We don't believe that antiretroviral therapy alone can lead to remission", Violari said in a statement . The goal was to figure out whether early treatment was better than deferred treatment. It's not a healing, co...

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  • Papaya recall extends to 12 states, including Pa.
Papaya recall extends to 12 states, including Pa.

Illnesses related to this outbreak have also shown up in Iowa, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and NY, where one person died from the infection. According to the CDC about 1.2 million people are infected with salmonella in the USA each year. The greatest risk from the infection is...

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  • Building in Mumbai collapses, more than 30 feared trapped
Building in Mumbai collapses, more than 30 feared trapped

At least 3 people have died and over 30 are feared trapped under the rubble of the four-storey residential building, which collapsed in Mumbai's Ghatkopar on Tuesday. There was a nursing home on ground floor of the building but it was shut now. 12:48pm: A National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) team moved to the building for rescue operations.

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  • Stubbs the cat, honorary mayor of Alaska town, dies
Stubbs the cat, honorary mayor of Alaska town, dies

According to a release from Nagley's store, the unofficial Mayor of Talkeetna, Stubbs the cat passed away in his sleep Thursday night. "Thank you, Stubbs, for coming into our lives for the past 31 months; you are a remarkable cat and we will dearly miss you".

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  • West Nile virus found in central Wisconsin horse
West Nile virus found in central Wisconsin horse

The seventh positive sample was collected Thursday from a trap located in the 600 block of Holfords Prairie Road, in an area between State Highway 121 and Business 121. Chatham County Mosquito Control will be sending out a mosquito forecast each week. They said there is no need to take extra precautions to safeguard livestock, pets, or gardens.

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  • NY squirrel attacks five in Brooklyn's Prospect Park — BBCI
NY squirrel attacks five in Brooklyn's Prospect Park — BBCI

This critter is one tough nut. Anyone bitten by the squirrel, or any pets with squirrel bites, should immediately get medical treatment, the department urged. "It's quite a scene to see an animal die of rabies", said Dr. Amy Ford of the Veterinary Wellness Center of Boerum Hill. A man and a little girl who were both bitten by a squirrel in Pros...

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