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Further research to assess ketamine's antidepressant and anti-suicidal effects may pave the way for the expansion of new antidepressant medications which are acting quickly and have the potential to benefit the patients, who are not getting any benefits from the now available medications.
  • House Speaker Paul Ryan says he's not leaving anytime soon

    House Speaker Paul Ryan says he's not leaving anytime soon

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    Another source close to Ryan said: "Speaker Ryan is fully committed to advancing a bold conservative agenda in 2018 and protecting the majority". Washington Post White House reporter, Josh Dawsey, tweeted Thursday that President Trump reacted to the Poltico report with a direct call to Ryan.
  • $1.43 EPS Expected for AbbVie Inc (ABBV) This Quarter

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    Centurylink Investment Management Company decreased its stake in Avnet Inc (AVT) by 50.72% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. Also, insider Laura J. Great West Life Assurance Com Can owns 197,045 shares or 0.01% of their USA portfolio. Argent Com has 1.12% invested in AbbVie Inc . Given that its average daily volume over the 30 days has been 6.24 million shares a day, this signifies a pretty significant change over the norm.
  • Tradition Capital Management LLC Cuts Position in Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. (TMO)

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    Meanwhile, due to a recent pullback which led to a fall of nearly -1.32% in the past one month, the stock price is now with underperforming -14.55% so far on the year - still in weak zone. BlackRock Inc. lifted its holdings in Thermo Fisher Scientific by 1.6% during the second quarter. (NYSE: TMO ) or 223,035 shares. On Wednesday, August 2 the insider Herrema Gregory J .
  • Man passes out on subway tracks

    Man passes out on subway tracks

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    In the video you see the man's still body on the tracks, as a woman runs down the tracks yelling at the train to stop. As the train was approaching the station, a woman jumped into the tracks. "I was so scared", Vicente said. "Thank God the train has stopped", added Vincente. Terrified Brooklyn subway riders rescued a straphanger who collapsed onto the train tracks, flagging down an incoming train before pulling him to safety.
  • United Nations rights wing 'appalled' at mass execution in Iraq

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    However, worldwide advocacy groups have repeatedly criticised Iraq's use of the death penalty and how terrorism charges are brought. So far this year, it has been informed of 106 executions in the country, including the mass hanging of 42 prisoners in a single day in September, the spokesperson added.
  • Medical marijuana carries no health risks, isn't addictive

    Medical marijuana carries no health risks, isn't addictive

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    Cannabidiol , a naturally occurring chemical found in marijuana plants, is "not likely to be abused or create dependence", an initial review by the WHO's Expert Committee on Drug Dependence found. could represent a new class of treatment". "Saying it should not be scheduled for global control means that it should not be prohibited, at the worldwide level, to produce and supply it for specific purposes, such as medical treatment and research, given that World Health Organization has ...
  • This Surgeon Admitted To Burning His Initials Onto Patients' Livers

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    Simon Bramhall , 53, pleaded guilty to assault but not guilty to charges of assault causing actual bodily harm. Violating his patients' trust, a United Kingdom surgeon has plead guilty to two counts of assault, for "burning" his initials onto two patients' livers during transplant surgeries.
  • Brewing Health Benefits: Hot Tea May Lower Glaucoma Risk

    Brewing Health Benefits: Hot Tea May Lower Glaucoma Risk

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    The good news is the research by the British Journal of Ophthalmology suggests that a hot tea can actually lower the risks associated with the eye condition. And there are other limitations, including a lack of data on the type of tea drunk, that participants could have drunk multiple types of beverage, possible errors in diagnosis of glaucoma, and the fact that very few participants had glaucoma - and very few of them drank hot tea.
  • Opioid misuse among teens at a historic low

    Opioid misuse among teens at a historic low

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    A new report from the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) in the United States has said that teenagers in the country are less and less likely to consume cigarettes, while vaping and use of marijuana stay at higher levels. The survey shows almost one in three high school seniors is using vaping devices for either nicotine, marijuana or flavoring products. Monitoring the Future did not measure teen vaping until 2015.
  • Baby born with heart outside her chest survives

    Baby born with heart outside her chest survives

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    She had three surgeries to have the organ put back inside and cover it with skin and is now recovering in hospital. Only eight in one million babies are born with Venellope's condition, ectopia cordis . Findlay said: "I had prepared myself for the worst; that was my way of dealing with it". The family is now at home, resting and waiting for Vanellope to get better.
  • Packers' Rodgers cleared to return

    Packers' Rodgers cleared to return

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    With those players, and everyone else on the roster, excited for Rodgers' return, the Panthers could be in for a battle on Sunday afternoon. While he's been throwing in practice, the concern is whether is throwing-side collar bone can withstand a hit in game conditions.
  • Macron: We're losing climate battle

    Macron: We're losing climate battle

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    Arnold Schwarzenegger , billionaire Michael Bloomberg and former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry insisted the world will shift to cleaner fuels and reduce emissions regardless of whether the Trump administration pitches in. "Rich countries continue to pretend that new schemes for businessmen to increase their profits will be the centre of the solution for the poor". Bloomberg , the former NY mayor, says environmentalists owe Trump a debt of "gratitude" for acting as a "rallying ...
  • Electronic waste reaches record high of 45 million tons

    Electronic waste reaches record high of 45 million tons

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    The U.S. -where 30 percent of e-waste gets landfilled, exported or recycled informally-hasn't ratified the Basel Convention , which bans the transport of e-waste due to its association with heavy metals like lead and mercury . Fastest growth of EEE sales in developing countriesHigher disposable incomes in many developing countries is evidenced in sales of electronic and electrical equipment.
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    Researcher says "Man Flu" is a real thing

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    And Sue added that if the underpinnings of " man flu " are real, it could mean that flu treatment may have to be tailored to address gender differences. And that men legitimately feel wars Diop then women do as a result when they get these strains of flu . "We already screen men earlier for cardiovascular diseases because they are more susceptible".
  • Outlook for housing market remains subdued: RICS

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    The UK housing market continued to flatline in November . RICS members expect prices to fall over the next three months - though less sharply than they thought a couple of months ago - and now expect prices to rise over the next year. The reports says that this does not bode particularly well for the new instructions pipeline in the near future. "However, if the move does trigger a wider debate about how best to tax property, it will serve a useful role".