Research Shows Diabetes, Obesity Trigger Cancer

The study looked at data on 175 countries and linked diabetes and obesity to 18 cancers... with liver, breast, endometrial and colorectal cancer accounting for the most cases. Liver cancer was the most common diagnosis among males with diabetes and... More..

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Libyan Slave Market: Let our voice break the walls of this injustice
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Libyan Slave Market: Let our voice break the walls of this injustice

Secretary-General António Guterres said to reporters on Monday. The men were eventually sold for about $400 each, CNN reported. Several world leaders also spoke against it. Hundreds of thousands of Africa...More..

Southampton 4-1 Everton: Three match takeaways
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Southampton 4-1 Everton: Three match takeaways

This Gylfi Sigurdsson goal is so fun to watch, it nearly makes up for the fact that Southampton proceeded to bludgeon Everton 4-1 on Sunday- scoring three goals in the second half after this Sigurdsson stun...More..

New report reveals bear facts about the Yeti
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

New report reveals bear facts about the Yeti

She now hopes to chart the history of bears in the Tibet-Himalayan region in an effort to help conservation. Now, though, a new study is casting doubt on these claims. As disappointing as that may sound, it a...More..

California inmate with skeleton-like facial tattoos reported missing
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

California inmate with skeleton-like facial tattoos reported missing

Police are hoping Hughes' distinctive facial appearance will make it easier for the public to help identify and apprehend him. The search for Hughes began about 1:30 p.m. Sheriff's Special Teams are working t...More..

by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

You'll soon be able to buy Viagra over the counter

NPA chief pharmacist Leyla Hannbeck said: "We welcome the MHRA's decision to make sildenafil available behind the counter at pharmacies, after a consultation". 'Erectile dysfunction can be a debilitating cond...More..

Scarlet fever cases rise, leaving researchers baffled
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Scarlet fever cases rise, leaving researchers baffled

Other symptoms, which usually occur within a week of infection, include sore throat, fever and headache. They say that scarlet fever is a highly contagious fever. The classic description of the rash of scar...More..

Springsteen Extends Broadway Run Through June
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Springsteen Extends Broadway Run Through June

The production set up a Ticketmaster Verified Fan program in a bid to curb scalpers from buying up large blocks of tickets for the resale market. A digital lottery will continue to operate through the exten...More..

Man set to prove the Earth is flat postpones rocket launch
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Man set to prove the Earth is flat postpones rocket launch

The limo driver, who has spent the last few years building steam-powered rocket made from salvage parts in his garage, told the flat-Earth community that he plans to expose the conspiracy with the help of his r...More..

Passenger slaps airline staff, gets slapped back
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Passenger slaps airline staff, gets slapped back

The woman and the duty managed eventually entered into a heated argument, during which the passenger allegedly slapped her - and she slapped her back. The woman was then taken to the police for the investigatio...More..

FDA warns store bought bone treats could be deadly for your dog
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

FDA warns store bought bone treats could be deadly for your dog

Bone products are processed and packaged as dog treats, often described as "ham bones", "pork femur bones", "rib bones" or "smokey knuckle bones", according to the FDA. Pet owners reported a variety of problems...More..

Oxford strips Aung San Suu Kyi of Freedom of the City
by | Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Oxford strips Aung San Suu Kyi of Freedom of the City

It is the latest snub for Ms Suu Kyi after her portrait was removed from St Hugh's College, where she studied for a degree in philosophy, politics and economics between 1964 and 1967. Suu Kyi, a Nobel peace lau...More..

Mom arrested when grandpa finds baby corpse while getting Christmas decorations
by | Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Mom arrested when grandpa finds baby corpse while getting Christmas decorations

The next day she moved the body, put it in a rubbish bag and stuffed in a crawl space beneath the porch. State Police could not say whether the home is connected to the baby's death, but Hermick said they do ...More..

Bollywood not on cards for Miss World
by | Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Bollywood not on cards for Miss World

We will be spreading awareness about menstrual hygiene where I'll be joined by my other Miss World sisters. Manushi also said she loves to read books but would like to work with Aamir Khan , and former Mis...More..

Texas A&M reportedly looking to hire FSU's Jimbo Fisher as head coach
by | Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Texas A&M reportedly looking to hire FSU's Jimbo Fisher as head coach

The Houston Chronicle reported last week that Sumlin would be dismissed after the team's game against LSU on Saturday. Texas A&M football led UCLA 44-10 midway through the third quarter of their season opene...More..

United States condemns release of Hafiz Saeed, calls for re-arrest
by | Tuesday, November 28, 2017

United States condemns release of Hafiz Saeed, calls for re-arrest

He was designated a terrorist by the UN under UNSCR 1267 (UN Security Council Resolution) in December 2008 following the November 2008 attack in Mumbai. "Saeed's release, after Pakistan's failure to prosecute o...More..

Statewide gas price has double-digit drop for second straight week
by | Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Statewide gas price has double-digit drop for second straight week

The downward gas-price trend of the past two weeks has been thrown into park and prices are poised to head higher again in South Florida and elsewhere around the state. According to Baker Hughes Inc., the total...More..

Scientists have found an unusual way of dealing with schizophrenia
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

Scientists have found an unusual way of dealing with schizophrenia

Professor Tom Craig , a study author from King's College London , highlighted the potential of avatar therapy "After 12 weeks there was dramatic improvement compared to the other therapy.With a talking head, p...More..

Tobacco companies to run anti-smoking ads on TV starting Sunday
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

Tobacco companies to run anti-smoking ads on TV starting Sunday

The company confession campaign, which ramps up this weekend, will also report that nicotine "changes the brain", which makes it hard to quit smoking, and that with an average toll of 1,200 Americans per day, "...More..

IU Health Investigating Nurses Controversial Tweet
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

IU Health Investigating Nurses Controversial Tweet

Fechner also refused to name the hospital that had employed her, but, Fox 59 reports that Baker was a part of pediatric care unit was recently issued a nursing license on October 30 which is supposed to expir...More..

Sensex down 78 points on S&P's sovereign rating
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

Sensex down 78 points on S&P's sovereign rating

The broader NSE Nifty closed up 0.09 percent at 10,399.55, after earlier falling as much as 0.5 percent. Similarly, the barometer 30-scrip Sensitive Index ( Sensex ) of the BSE , which opened at 33,640.51 po...More..

Flies carry more bacteria than first thought, warn scientists
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

Flies carry more bacteria than first thought, warn scientists

But they may be even worse than that. And that's not their only vice, as research from Pennsylvania State University found that they may also carry more potent pathogens than suspected. Feces and decaying org...More..

Madhya Pradesh: 263 coins, shaving Blades, needles found in man's stomach
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

Madhya Pradesh: 263 coins, shaving Blades, needles found in man's stomach

The 32-year-old Mohammed Maqsood, from Sohaval in Satna district, was taken to the state-run Sanjay Gandhi Medical College and Hospital on November 18 after he complained of a stomach ache. "We come across such...More..

BJP did what ISI could not in 60 years: Arvind Kejriwal
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

BJP did what ISI could not in 60 years: Arvind Kejriwal

I appeal to the people of the state, please vote for a candidate that can defeat the BJP candidate. In a scathing attack, Delhi chief minister and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) chief Arvind Kejriwal has accused the...More..

During MS Dhoni visits in Kashmir crowd was cheering Boom Boom Afridi
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

During MS Dhoni visits in Kashmir crowd was cheering Boom Boom Afridi

It is not a simple decision, but a diplomatic and a political decision. Speaking to the locals and young cricketers, he made his opinion on the India-Pakistan cricket ties. Whenever the arch-rivals of cricket...More..

Sri Lanka to speed up delayed projects with India: PM
by | Monday, November 27, 2017

Sri Lanka to speed up delayed projects with India: PM

Sri Lankan hopes were further dashed when former captain Angelo Mathews played Jadeja straight into the hands of Rohit Sharma at mid-off. R Ashwin has 2 in an over as Dilruwan Perera and Rangana Herath pe...More..

Trainer aircraft crashes in Telangana
by | Sunday, November 26, 2017

Trainer aircraft crashes in Telangana

After ejecting safely, and despite the pain in her leg, Cadet Raina was seen on videos immediately calling up supervisors on the phone and explaining the situation. Local media reports said the helicopter was t...More..

3 lakh passengers ditched Metro after fare hike: RTI
by | Saturday, November 25, 2017

3 lakh passengers ditched Metro after fare hike: RTI

The Blue Line, running from Dwarka to Vaishali and Noida, lost a total of 30 lakh commuters; the Yellow Line, which connects South and North Delhi, lost 19 lakh commuters. "The ridership after the fare revision...More..

In US, 4 in 10 cancers due to 'modifiable risk'
by | Friday, November 24, 2017

In US, 4 in 10 cancers due to 'modifiable risk'

He calls the new study "the most extensive review" to date. Two types of cancer were found to have the most number of cases and deaths due to these risk factors - lung cancer and colon cancer. Co-author Dr....More..

Cinnamon Helps You Burn Fat, Lose Weight
by | Friday, November 24, 2017

Cinnamon Helps You Burn Fat, Lose Weight

Since cinnamon is a common ingredient, it would be easy to see a future where the spice can replace other anti-obesity treatments, researchers noted, if CA can indeed be turned in a therapeutic form. In their...More..

Three cups of coffee a day offers 'greatest benefit' to health
by | Thursday, November 23, 2017

Three cups of coffee a day offers 'greatest benefit' to health

Coffee was also considered to be linked with a decreased risk of several cancers including endometrial, skin, prostate and liver cancer and also of diabetes mellitus type 2, gout and gallstones as per the resea...More..

Former Indian cricketer Zaheer Khan weds Sagarika Ghatge today
by | Thursday, November 23, 2017

Former Indian cricketer Zaheer Khan weds Sagarika Ghatge today

The couple looked very happy as they posed for their friend Anjali Sharma, who took to Instagram to post the couple's first image as husband and wife. The newlyweds will be hosting a pre-wedding cocktail part...More..

Jerry Jones backs off litigation threat over Roger Goodell
by | Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Jerry Jones backs off litigation threat over Roger Goodell

While Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is pulling out his big guns as he battles other National Football League owners' plans to offer Commissioner Roger Goodell a rich contract extension, ESPN's Jemele Hill see...More..

50 employees fired for refusing to get flu shots
by | Wednesday, November 22, 2017

50 employees fired for refusing to get flu shots

Dr. Rajesh Prabhu, an infectious disease specialist and Essentia's chief patient safety officer, told The Star Tribune that while the vaccine is not 100 percent effective, there is a greater need to vaccina...More..

Dancing With the Stars to do all-athlete edition in spring
by | Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Dancing With the Stars to do all-athlete edition in spring

Both Fisher and Arnold nursed injuries this season but performed through the pain on more than one occasion to bring home the Mirror Ball. The " Hamilton " star is no stranger to getting onstage but winning the...More..