Health Care

Beauty sleep is a real thing, researchers find

Beauty sleep is a real thing, researchers find

During the following week, they were then asked to limit themselves to only four hours sleep per night for two consecutive days. They were then required to answer the question, 'How much would you like to socialise with this person in the picture?' In addition, they also deemed the poorly rested subjects to be less attractive, less healthy and more sleepy compared to when they were well rested. Read More

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National Police Week honors law enforcement across the country

The first National Police Memorial Day was proclaimed by President John F. Kennedy in 1962, and the week in which it falls would then be designated National Police Week. The names of 394 officers that were killed in the line of duty were read out loud, 143 of those officers have died past year. Even though law enforcement officers wear uniforms of many different colors, many wear something blue to show support for officers on this solemn day of May 15. Read More

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Britain spending money to strengthen cyber security of health system: Fallon

Bossert said "criminals" are responsible, not the US government. It says the latest virus exploited flaws in Microsoft Windows identified by and stolen from USA intelligence services. This is according to Andrew Potgieter, Security Solutions Director at Westcon-Comstor Southern Africa, who adds that even more unnerving is that "kits" to put together attacks of this nature are readily available for download on the Internet and doesn't require a group of elite hactivists to run. Read More

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Matt Harvey to file grievance against Mets, reports say

Hopefully it gets behind us and we can move forward and we can go back to playing the way we've been this week". Wilk was brought up from Triple-A Las Vegas on short notice and little sleep. Rivera wearing the star-of-the-game crown in the clubhouse, which included a clearly visible sex toy in backup catcher Kevin Plawecki's locker. With everything that the Mets are already dealing with, this is the last thing they needed. Read More

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Since 2012-13, Ontario has supported 34 pilot projects at postsecondary institutions to address student mental health needs, with a particular focus on transitioning students, Indigenous students, and students struggling with addictions. Mental Health America has developed a series of fact sheets which are available at www.mentalhealthamerica.net/may on specific behaviors and habits that may be warning signs of something more, risk factors and signs of mental illness, and how and where to ... Read More

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Bengal jetty collapse toll rises to 13

Bengal jetty collapse toll rises to 13

Superintendent of Police Sukesh Jain said, "We will investigate how the jetty collapsed, the exact condition of the jetty and whether there was lack of maintenance". A high-level meeting was also held at Nabanno on Friday to discuss whether operation of jetties is safe and smooth, sources said. "It was a temporary jetty, which submerged under water due to high tide in the river", a local resident Anup Sen said. Read More

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Threat of showers continue nightly Wednesday through Friday

Threat of showers continue nightly Wednesday through Friday

The high will be near 53, with a north northeast wind of 13 to 15 miles per hour, gusting to 28 miles per hour. Friday: Partly sunny, then gradually becoming sunny, with a high near 82. Highs today will vary from the 60's in the northern Big Country to the 70's in the central and southern Big Country. We're still looking at mostly dry conditions, but an isolated shower or storm is not out of the question. Read More

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Virginia's jobless rate continues to fall

Preliminary estimates from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics reveal MA added just 200 new jobs last month - far fewer than the more than 11,000 additional jobs the bureau calculates for February. "This pace of job growth over a decade is pretty much impossible to envision", said Gould. Meantime, the non-seasonally adjusted unemployment rate on Molokaʻi increased to 5.6%, up from 5.1% in February, and 4.8% past year. Read More

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Haley: 'We Think' Regime Change Is Likely To Happen In Syria

But the regime has denied any responsibility, saying its air strikes hit a rebel depot containing chemical materials. He said a solution could only come about if Mr Assad quit as president. The Russian foreign ministry said Mr Johnson's decision not to visit Russia was "absurd". Scores of people died and many were injured on Tuesday after the regime air strike dropped chemical bombs onto the town of Khan Shaykhun. Read More

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Giraffe born at Toledo zoo won't go on exhibit for a while

Let's just hope she doesn't keep us waiting until May or later! The now world-famous giraffe has been shunning her grain as of late, but that all changed quickly Thursday night - perhaps in preparation for the long-awaited birth. Animal Adventure Park has created a GoFundMe page to raise funds to run the zoo and upgrade the giraffe facilities. Pretty much all of her clinical signs from a couple days ago are still true. Read More

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Texas House to debate budget in all-day floor session

Texas House to debate budget in all-day floor session

Uncertainty remains over whether New Hampshire House Republicans can agree on a budget plan as the chamber runs up against a Thursday deadline for sending a spending plan to the Senate. The bill will go to a conference committee comprised of House and Senate appointed members. The one measure that was approved stripped $10 million per year budgeted for air quality control at the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and moved it to the anti-abortion program . Read More

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Heat wave subsides in Maha: IMD

Heat wave subsides in Maha: IMD

The Rayalaseema region in Andhra Pradesh will also see temperatures soaring over 40 degrees for 48 hours. "One person is from Aurangabad while another person is from Solapur district - both known for higher temperature areas", state health minister Deepak Sawant told PTI . Read More

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Child killed, 12 people injured by carbon monoxide in MI motel

Police confirm 13 people total needed treatment, including six children between the ages of 10 and 14 that were found unconscious. Niles Fire Capt. Don Wise says the leak was caused by a malfunctioning vent pipe from the pool heater. Susan Koeppen reports on the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning - known as the "silent killer" - and how it hits hardest in the winter. Normally, the safety code permits 50 parts per million. Read More

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Playing Tetris 'can help ward off symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder'

Playing Tetris 'can help ward off symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder'

Non-critically injured vehicle crash victims recovering in a United Kingdom hospital were asked to play Tetris on a Nintendo DS for 20 minutes while they waited for formal treatment. Her team at the University of Oxford gave Tetris therapy to patients admitted to a large United Kingdom hospital emergency department in a state of shock following road traffic accidents. Read More

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Massachusetts Girl Suffers Third-Degree Burns From Slime Project

Massachusetts Girl Suffers Third-Degree Burns From Slime Project

The young girl told WCVB , "It felt like really hot and tingly". They immediately drove her to a nearby hospital, where they discovered her hands were covered in second- and third-degree burns , CBS Philly reports. Kathleen's mother says her daughter had made the slime many times before without any problems. Making homemade slime has become popular over the a year ago after increased visibility on social media. Read More

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County Health Rankings show Black Hawk slipping

County Health Rankings show Black Hawk slipping

Union County was ranked last out of 67 counties in the state. To create the rankings , the foundation looks at numerous weighted health and wellness indicators, including smoking rate (10 percent), rate of adult obesity (28 percent), ratio of physicians to people (1,950 to one) and social conditions such as the childhood poverty rate (7 percent). Read More

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