• Euro féminin : l'Angleterre élimine la France
Euro féminin : l'Angleterre élimine la France

Pour ce match, les Françaises seront privées de Périsset et Renard, suspendues. A l'image de ses premiers matches, Marie-Laure Délie a été transparente.

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  • Police Across The Country Slam Trump's Aggressive Law-And-Order Speech
Police Across The Country Slam Trump's Aggressive Law-And-Order Speech

Some supporters rallied to Mr. Trump's defense, including the police group Blue Lives Matter, which said on Twitter that the remark was obviously a joke. That was particularly galling considering the president spoke to an audience made up of officers from the Suffolk County Police Department , whose former chief was sentenced to prison for beati...

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  • Kentucky obstetrician delivers patient's baby, gives birth moments later
Kentucky obstetrician delivers patient's baby, gives birth moments later

Hess said she believed she'd be working late into her pregnancy, but never thought she'd be working the same day she gave birth. "My husband actually said, 'Is that a woman screaming?'" Hess told WKYT-TV . "I said you know, I'm not on call, I'm here in a gown, but I think we ought to have the baby", Hess said in an interview with NBC News Frid...

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Class="m_-6702348661373161261gmail-MsoNoSpacing"> Dimapur has highest Hepatitis C Virus infection in Nagaland

Highlighting the clinical features of chronic liver disease, she said, fatigue, vascular spiders, enlarged or shrunken liver, enlarged spleen, finger clubbing, ascites and bruising are some of the key symptoms. According to rough estimates, 6-12 million suffer from hepatitis C in India, and close to 35,000 people succumb to the infection each year....

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  • US Scientists edit genes of human embryos for the first time
US Scientists edit genes of human embryos for the first time

The specific results of the study are now being kept under wraps while pending publication, but it has been reported by Technology Review that both the number of embryos that have been edited and the success rate in producing viable, altered genetic embryos surpasses any similar study that has been conducted in the past.

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  • Charlie Gard: The public battle and 'raw' personal grief
Charlie Gard: The public battle and 'raw' personal grief

According to media reports, a family spokesperson said he suffered from an extremely rare genetic condition causing progressive brain damage and muscle weakness. Mr Gard gave an emotional speech on the steps of the High Court when he said: " Mummy and Daddy love you so much Charlie, we always have and we always will and we are so sorry that we coul...

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  • French Airlines Grounds Venezuela Flights Ahead of Controversial Vote
French Airlines Grounds Venezuela Flights Ahead of Controversial Vote

On Wednesday, the USA imposed sanctions on 13 top officials of Venezuela's government for "undermining democracy", a move slammed by Maduro as "insolent" and "imperialist", just as the Venezuelan opposition initiated its general strike, demanding Maduro halt the July 30 election for a Constituent Assembly to draft a new constitution.

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  • West Nile detected in Lynn
West Nile detected in Lynn

In 2017, seven batches of infected mosquitoes have been found in the Halton Region. Most mosquitoes that transmit the virus to humans are likely found in places that hold water such as bird baths, plants pots, old toys, and tires. There is no vaccine or specific treatment for West Nile Virus. You can reduce the risk of contracting West Nile by re...

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  • West Ham striker Javier Hernandez responds to Jose Mourinho comments about him
West Ham striker Javier Hernandez responds to Jose Mourinho comments about him

The club's fourth major signing of the close-season after goalkeeper Joe Hart, defender Pablo Zabaleta and forward Marko Arnautovic is arguably the most important as manager Slaven Bilic looks to improve on last season's lack of goals. "They want to qualify for Europe and you can see that in the transfer window". The Hammers struggled for goals a...

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  • Non-vaccinée, elle décède d'une rougeole à 16 ans — Paca
Non-vaccinée, elle décède d'une rougeole à 16 ans — Paca

Des symptômes graves qui ont nécessité son transfert dans le service spécialisé DRIS (détresse respiratoire infections sévères) du CHU de Marseille Nord le 6 juin, a indiqué l'hôpital marseillais au journal. La ministre, qui veut rendre obligatoire onze vaccins contre trois actuellement, a précisé que la jeune fille n'était pas vaccinée . " Le...

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  • Une fillette décède un an après avoir ingéré une pile au lithium
Une fillette décède un an après avoir ingéré une pile au lithium

Des parents dévastés qui contestent la prise en charge initiale de leur enfant alors qu'il l'avait conduite aux urgences de l'hopital Mère-enfant de Bron le jour de l'accident en juillet 2016. Une prothèse œsophagienne est posée sur l'enfant, qui subit aussi des complications post-opératoires. Après une année d'hospitalisation, Faustine pouvait...

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  • BT takes £225m hit over Italy accounting scandal
BT takes £225m hit over Italy accounting scandal

BT's profits slumped more than 40 per cent in the first quarter of its new financial year after it was forced to pay out £225m to two shareholders following the accounting scandal at its Italian operation, The Guardian reports. Gavin Patterson, chief exec, said it is consulting with Ofcom, government and other communications providers to build th...

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  • Statewide Amber Alert issued for Cleveland, TN girl
Statewide Amber Alert issued for Cleveland, TN girl

She was carrying a black jump rope and was last seen around 8:20 p.m. EST, walking in the area of Parker Street and 20th Street in Cleveland. It's not clear how Yazmin went missing or who she was with. She was believed to be in imminent danger. The bureau says the girl is Hispanic, stands about 5-foot-2 and weighs about 100 pounds. If you hav...

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  • ICICI net drops 8% as bad loans rise
ICICI net drops 8% as bad loans rise

Total income for the quarter gained 0.53% to Rs 168.47 billion, compared with Rs 167.59 billion for the prior year period. On a quarter-on-quarter basis, the figure dropped 10% from Rs 2,898.22 crore in the March quarter. Other income for the quarter stood at Rs 3,388 crore, as against Rs 3,429 crore in the same period of previous year. Net int...

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  • Is Your Drinking Water Polluted? New Database Has Answers
Is Your Drinking Water Polluted? New Database Has Answers

Lead isn't the only thing in our tap water we need to worry about. The chemicals can come from agricultural runoff, industry, treatment byproducts, or be naturally occurring. "Just because your tap water gets a passing grade from the government doesn't always mean it's safe", Cook said. EWG's Tap Water Database is a new updated version inclu...

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  • Drinking alcohol most days a week 'significantly protects against diabetes'
Drinking alcohol most days a week 'significantly protects against diabetes'

A group of Danish researchers found that men and women who drink a few glasses of alcohol three to four times a week have the lowest risk of developing diabetes . The lowest risk of diabetes was observed at 14 drinks/week in men (HR 0.57 [95% CI 0.47, 0.70]) and at 9 drinks/week in women (HR 0.42 [95% CI 0.35, 0.51]), relative to no alcohol ...

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  • Hillary To Release Tell-All Campaign Book
Hillary To Release Tell-All Campaign Book

Sources familiar with the memoir told the Hill that Clinton made the two scenarios cornerstones of her book, which will be released in September. The title and cover were revealed Thursday. "Every time the Democrats say they need to call up Jared Kushner or Don Jr., call up Chelsea Clinton , call up the Clintons", said Chaffetz, the former H...

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  • Eliminating Viral Hepatitis By 2030 Eliminating Viral Hepatitis By 2030
Eliminating Viral Hepatitis By 2030 Eliminating Viral Hepatitis By 2030

On the occasion of World Hepatitis Day on 28 July, ECDC Director Andrea Ammon highlights the need for Europe to scale-up coverage of testing, prevention interventions and linkage to suitable treatment services in order to achieve the target of eliminating viral hepatitis as a public health issue by 2030 .

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  • Ro Released on Bail Following Arrest for Aggravated Assault
Ro Released on Bail Following Arrest for Aggravated Assault

However, the songstress didn't file charges against Z-Ro until Monday- nearly four months later. Z-RO has been charged with felony aggravated assault and is being held without bond. The almost 21-minute recording was heard by authorities and charges were filed. The victim told investigators that she was in pain throughout the assault.

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  • Cubs victory sparks Chicago-area baby boom
Cubs victory sparks Chicago-area baby boom

Dr. Melissa Dennis, vice chairwoman of obstetrics and gynecology at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center told ABC News, "The number of births almost doubled in the last few weeks, from an average of five births per day to nine". "Anecdotally, hearing from parents, we know what we were doing back nine months ago", says Dr. Melissa Dennis. Ad...

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  • 'Consider e-cigarettes in tobacco control plans', study recommends
'Consider e-cigarettes in tobacco control plans', study recommends

It's the first recorded rise in the number of people quitting in 15 years. For the study , Zhu and colleagues collected data on more than 160,000 people who took part in five surveys between 2001 and 2015. Zhu added: "It is important to look at the entire population including users and nonusers to determine if the overall cessation rate went up ...

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  • Après un avortement raté, elle accouche d'un bébé handicapé — Pas-de-Calais
Après un avortement raté, elle accouche d'un bébé handicapé — Pas-de-Calais

Alors que la future maman approchait de son terme, elle découvre lors d'une IRM que son enfant est lourdement handicapé , il souffre d'une grave malformation au cerveau. Pour le moment, l'équipe médicale est incapable de prédire le degré d'handicap de l'enfant, ni de dire si les piqûres ont aggravé son état de santé.

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  • Cam Newton not sure about coaches' plan to limit his running
Cam Newton not sure about coaches' plan to limit his running

But it's still going to be on me and in me to focus on getting those different outlets the ball (at) the right time", he said. "I couldn't imagine talking to [Tom] Brady or talking to Aaron [Rodgers] or talking to even Matt Ryan or [Drew] Brees and saying, 'Hey, are you going to stay in the pocket all day like that?'" Newton said.

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  • Foxconn to build $10B plant in Wisconsin
Foxconn to build $10B plant in Wisconsin

Their operations include manufacturing, assembly and R&D facilities, as well as offices which are involved in sourcing from US supply chain partners, product servicing and manufacturing sales. Foxconn now has facilities in Virginia and in, each of which employ fewer than 1,000 workers, according to its website. Meanwhile, Trump said the financial...

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  • Malnutrition And Cholera 'A Vicious Combination' In War-Torn Yemen
Malnutrition And Cholera 'A Vicious Combination' In War-Torn Yemen

Three United Nations agencies say the conditions are now ideal for more diseases to spread. Executive Director David Beasley said cholera and other diseases would continue to spread if they could not get food and other help to more people.

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  • Alcohol boosts recall of earlier learning
Alcohol boosts recall of earlier learning

They were asked to drink as much as they wished to or none at all. It's nearly as if they're saying getting drunk is good as, better still, those who drunk the most also remembered the most. The researchers noted that while this finding had been displayed anecdotally in the past, it hadn't been tested under laboratory conditions. Therefore, a...

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  • Démarrage effectif de UMNIA BANK
Démarrage effectif de UMNIA BANK

La banque participative du CIH, UMNIA BANK annonce son démarrage effectif à travers les différentes régions du Royaume. Née d'un partenariat entre la CDG, CIH Bank et le Qatar International Islamic Bank, Umnia Bank s'appuie sur l'expertise et le savoir-faire de ses partenaires pour garantir un accompagnement bancaire universel à ses clients.

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  • Should you finish a course of antibiotics?
Should you finish a course of antibiotics?

But most of the bacteria that cause people to become ill are found on everybody's hands in the community, causing no harm, such as E coli and Staphylococcus aureus . But the Royal College of Global Positioning System expressed concerns. "Recommended courses of antibiotics are not random". "GPs and our teams are playing a huge part in curbi...

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  • Cochlear and Apple team up for cochlear implant sound processor
Cochlear and Apple team up for cochlear implant sound processor

Mathias Bahnmueller is using his iPhone 6 to hear again. These devices directly pair with an iOS device (running iOS 7 or later) over Bluetooth to receive audio, and users can control their hearing aids from their phone's accessibility settings.

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  • Judge rules against Charlie Gard's parents ... again
Judge rules against Charlie Gard's parents ... again

The mother of the critically ill baby at the centre of an worldwide medical and legal battle returned to London's High Court yesterday, asking a judge to let the family take Charlie home for "a few days of tranquillity" before his ventilator is disconnected and he is allowed to "slip away".

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