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  • Artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow

    Artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow

    A bag is filled with lab made amniotic fluid. According to a recent estimate, every 1 in 10 babies is a preterm baby and close to 15 million babies are preterm every year. "I think it's just an wonderful thing to sit there and watch the fetus on this support acting like it normally acts in the womb". "This will require a lot of additional preclinical research and development and this treatment will not enter the clinic any time soon", Colin Duncan of the University of Edinburgh, Scotland, ...

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  • Bulls' Rondo fined for attempting to trip Celtics' Crowder

    Bulls' Rondo fined for attempting to trip Celtics' Crowder

    Crowder jawed at the Bulls' bench after hitting a jumper and Rondo extended his leg as he walked by. "We went back and had a long film session yesterday, had a good session on the floor, another film opportunity today". Towards the end of the first quarter, video replays showed that Rondo stuck up his foot as Crowder was near the bench after making a shot. "We need to come out as a team and figure out how to be better".

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  • Hull aiming to stay above drop zone with win over Watford

    They are not happy with the last result and what I feel during the week is our players train hard. "The fact that Hull are at home to Watford, a game I believe they will win, means Stoke is a must-win game for us", Clement said. "It needs to go in from our point of view because the apprehension in the stadium would have risen and we would have benefited from that". In a flurry of activity on the stroke of half-time, Ki's superb throughball played in Jordan Ayew, whose cross-cum-shot ...

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  • Pence Praises Freedom, Religious Diversity in Indonesia

    Pence Praises Freedom, Religious Diversity in Indonesia

    Acting Interior Secretary Catalino Cuy said that Panglao Island in Bohol province could be considered "the most secure place in the country right now". He also stressed the need for "fundamental freedom of navigation", and said he and President Donald Trump want to expand economic ties with Indonesia.

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  • Another nearby planet found that may be just right for life

    Another nearby planet found that may be just right for life

    LHS 1140b could provide an opportunity for some of the first observations. "A scenario in which the Earth holds less water than most other habitable planets would be consistent with results from simulations, and could help explain why some planets have been found to be a bit less dense than we expected", explains Simpson.

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  • Trudeau cites strong ties between Canada, Italy as he meets Italian PM

    In addition, he said this week that he would make "some very big changes" to the North American Free Trade Agreement with Canada and Mexico, or "we are going to get rid of [the agreement] for once and for all". White House spokesman Sean Spicer said Wednesday that the White House would be reaching out to the Vatican to "see if a meeting, an audience with the Pope can be accommodated".

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  • HPV In Men Common But Cancer Rates Higher In Women — CDC

    HPV In Men Common But Cancer Rates Higher In Women — CDC

    The prevalence of high-risk HPV among women in the new report is higher than it was in some previous studies , in part because the new report included women who were ages 18 to 59 years old in 2013 to 2014, which means they most likely were not vaccinated against HPV , McQuillan said .

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  • Praneeth storms into Singapore Open final

    Praneeth storms into Singapore Open final

    It was double delight for India as, possibly for the first time in the history of the game, two Indians will clash for the title in a Super Series event. Praneeth continued to lead by a comfortable margin and closed out the game in 20 minutes. But from thereon, Indian didn't allowed any breathing room to Tanongsak and maintained a two point advantage, claimed the decider 21-19.

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  • 2 inmates seek execution stays from Arkansas high court

    Attorney General Leslie Rutledge's office said she's reviewing the filing but continues to expect the executions will go ahead as scheduled. "The only conclusion is that these medicines were acquired from an unauthorized seller in violation of important contractual terms that the manufacturers relied on", the companies stated in the court filing.

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  • Pakistan economy to edge upto 5.2% in current fiscal year

    Pakistan economy to edge upto 5.2% in current fiscal year

    Economies in South Asia are projected to expand by 7.0 per cent in 2017 and 7.2 per cent in 2018. ADB Deputy Country Director Cai Li said Bangladesh has been achieving good GDP growth for the last one decade and it has to be maintained. Inflation is forecast to accelerate to 8.0% in 2017 - reflecting higher liquidity as troubled banks are recapitalized, rising electricity tariffs and the cost of other public services, and continued currency depreciation - before easing back to 7.0% in 2018.

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  • We're Living For April The Giraffe's Birth Live Feed

    We're Living For April The Giraffe's Birth Live Feed

    April the pregnant giraffe is keeping her thousands of fans waiting and her keepers on alert as the countdown to the much anticipated and livestreamed birth of her calf continues. Bulls (male giraffes) only really care about two things- fighting and the unmentionable.... Giraffe mania has been sweeping the globe, thanks to a breakout star at the Animal Adventure Park in upstate NY.

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  • Hazardous weather forecast Wednesday, into the night

    Northwest Florida will experience severe weather including risky winds, lightening and local flooding. Storm threats will include damaging wind gusts in excess of 60 miles per hour, hail, and an isolated tornado . Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley said the state of emergency would last until the severe weather subsides. Multiple Alabama schools announced they will not be open Wednesday , the Associated Press reports.

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  • 5 more children released after carbon monoxide pool leak

    One Niles city officer, a Barrien County deputy, and two hotel employees were also treated for overexposure to the gas, police said. Niles Fire Department Capt. However, responders were able to revive her at the scene. According to WNDU , the CO levels were later determined to be 16 times the safe limit. "Carbon monoxide is odorless, colorless, tasteless".

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  • As GOP schism grows, Trump attacks fellow Republicans

    As GOP schism grows, Trump attacks fellow Republicans

    Just as we warned before it failed, he blamed conservatives: "The Freedom Caucus will hurt the entire Republican agenda if they don't get on the team, & fast. Bob Corker of Tennessee tweeted, "We have come a long way in our country when the speaker of one party urges a president NOT to work with the other party to solve a problem".

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  • Sanders to fight Trump's

    Sanders to fight Trump's "horrific" budget proposal

    Sanders says healthcare is a human right, but human rights should not be commodities or profit centers. "We're not going to give $300 million in tax breaks to the top 2 percent and throw 24 millions Americans off health insurance". Democrat Representatives Keith Ellison and Ro Khanna have both also referenced " Medicare for all " and a single-payer system in recent days. The former Democratic presidential nominee celebrated the withdrawal of President Trump's draft American Health Care ...

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  • Ferrari's Vettel wins Aust Grand Prix

    Ferrari's Vettel wins Aust Grand Prix

    The Australian endured a wretched home grand prix: he crashed in qualifying, copped a grid penalty, started the race from pit lane, then his vehicle stopped on lap 29 of the 58-lap race. Don't get me wrong, it's been fun. "For all these things to happen at my home race, that is probably the most frustrating thing", he said. "The more laps we get with this vehicle the more we're learning so it was still valuable track time".

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  • Local Jewish Community Center members react to arrest of suspect behind threats

    Local Jewish Community Center members react to arrest of suspect behind threats

    Since January, almost 150 bomb threats have hit JCCs, Jewish day schools and other institutions, causing the evacuation of dozens of Jewish community centers and prompting some parents to remove their children from JCC programs. The arrest comes after a number of Jewish community centers and Anti-Defamation League offices in the Bay Area received threatening phone calls and emails that prompted evacuations.

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  • 'Bank' the turtle dies after swallowing 900 coins thrown into her pond

    'Bank' the turtle dies after swallowing 900 coins thrown into her pond

    However, Bank mistook the coins for food, eating so many that they eventually formed an 11lb (5kg) weight in her stomach, cracking her shell and causing a life-threatening infection. "With metal toxicity from coins at 200 times higher than normal, toxemia, nutritional deficiency, immunodeficiency, and stress.she did not wake up", Chansue said.

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  • New cholesterol drug cuts heart attack, stroke risk more than 20%

    The study, also published in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine , involved testing Repatha on patients in 49 countries, 1,500 of them in Britain. That trial is expected to read out sometime this year and will give a better sense of how high of a bar Amgen has set with Repatha . That profile could make it a staunch competitor to Amgen and Sanofi/Regeneron's already marketed drugs-but could it be chasing a share of a small market? Get ready to negotiate, payers: Amgen ...

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  • Egyptian woman Eman Ahmad undergoes bariatric surgery in Mumbai

    Egyptian woman Eman Ahmad undergoes bariatric surgery in Mumbai

    Abd El Aty, 36, had to be removed from her home in Alexandria, Egypt - which she hadn't left in 25 years - with a crane. Eman was admitted to an Indian hospital in February after eminent Mumbai-based surgeon, Muffazal Lakdawala, succeeded in his fundraising drive to fly the Egyptian to India for treatment.

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  • TSA Institutes New Universal 'Comprehensive Pat-Down' Policy At Airports

    TSA Institutes New Universal 'Comprehensive Pat-Down' Policy At Airports

    This standardized pat-down procedure continues to utilize enhanced security measures implemented several months ago, and does not involve any different areas of the body than were screened in the previous standard pat-down procedure. The TSA won't reveal specific procedures on how its pat-downs are conducted beyond the general information on its web site. Anderson said the new searches will not slow down security lines overall, although they will definitely slow down passengers who are ...

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