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Salute El Salvador court jails woman 30 years for having abortion
Author: 0 El Salvador court jails woman 30 years for having abortion

A Salvadoran woman who says she suffered a stillbirth but was wrongly imprisoned for murdering her child could secure an early release as judges in El Salvador review her case on Friday, rights groups said . Vásquez's attorney, Victor Hugo Mata , told Reuters that his client's case cannot be appealed again, but that her legal team will find out if they can prove the law was applied incorrectly.

Salute Man passes out on subway tracks
Author: 0 Man passes out on subway tracks

Within a few seconds, the Q train that Vicente and others had tried so desperately to stop arrives at the platform - and in true NY fashion, the straphangers all get on and head their destination. Firefighters arrived soon after and the man regained consciousness. It is unclear how the man ended up on the tracks. "I tried to help as much as I can", Liliana Vicente told PIX11 News.

Salute Surgeon admits burning initials into patients' livers with laser
Author: 0 Surgeon admits burning initials into patients' livers with laser

According to the Denver Post , Bramhall used an electric beam - typically used to cauterize blood vessels - to brand his initials onto the livers of two transplant patients. As news of his suspension broke in 2014, Bramhall's former patients rushed to his defense. At the time of his resignation, Bramhall told the press marking his initials had been a "mistake".

Salute Medical Marijuana is totally safe and cool y'all — Says WHO
Author: 0 Medical Marijuana is totally safe and cool y'all — Says WHO

Recent evidence from animal and human studies shows that its use could have some therapeutic value for seizures due to epilepsy and related conditions. Moreover, the experts found plenty of inklings that CBD has medical benefits, particularly for treating epilepsy . "There is unsanctioned medical use of CBD based products with oils, supplements, gums, and high concentration extracts available online for the treatment of many ailments", the study noted.

Salute Tea drinkers less likely to develop glaucoma
Author: 0 Tea drinkers less likely to develop glaucoma

Researchers have found that drinking a cup of hot tea at least once a day may lower the risk of developing glaucoma , one of the leading causes of blindness worldwide. Recently, scientists from Brown University in Providence, RI, and the University of California in Los Angeles have made a decision to compare how the consumption of various drinks - including hot tea , decaffeinated tea , iced tea , coffee, and soft drinks - influence the risk of glaucoma .

Salute Marijuana use continues to decline among teenagers
Author: 0 Marijuana use continues to decline among teenagers

The National Institute on Drug Abuse said Thursday that marijuana use among teenagers remains flat or is declining across various age groups, continuing a trend that's lasted for years. Both Miech and Volkow said increased marijuana use was something to be on the lookout for. Other illicit drugs were at their lowest levels since the survey began and binge drinking amongst the teens had "levelled off" after numbers had declined for several years.

Salute France gives 'Make our Planet Great Again' grants to USA scientists
Author: 0 France gives 'Make our Planet Great Again' grants to USA scientists

President Barack Obama , and in Brussels, where fossil fuel-reliant countries like Poland and Romania are resisting tough policies. French President Emmanuel Macron announced the "One Planet" summit shortly after US President Donald Trump said in June he would withdraw the US from the 2015 Paris accord.

Salute Jisha rape, murder case: Accused found guilty
Author: 0 Jisha rape, murder case: Accused found guilty

State Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, who assumed office on May 25 promptly appointed ADGP B Sandhya to probe the case and she began her investigation with a rejigged team on May 27. Judge N Anil Kumar also awarded life imprisonment and a fine of Rs 1 lakh to the accused. The lawyer said that the government and the police must document the migrant labourers population in Kerala and provide them with identity cards.

Salute First ectopia cordis baby survives surgery
Author: 0 First ectopia cordis baby survives surgery

Three weeks after her premature birth, Vanellope has survived three operations to move her heart inside her chest. "I had brought an outfit to hospital that she could wear if she died", Vanellope's mother said in a statement on Tuesday."I genuinely didn't think my baby would survive, but the staff at Glenfield have been fantastic".

Salute Get in on the Christmas Bird Count across Minnesota
Author: 0 Get in on the Christmas Bird Count across Minnesota

Don't forget the Great Backyard Bird Count! There is no fee to participate and the quarterly report, American Birds is available online. More than 100 years ago, it was a Christmas tradition in some parts of North America to go outside and shoot as many birds as possible.

Salute Health risks due to e-waste widespread
Author: 0 Health risks due to e-waste widespread

Experts foresee e-waste increasing a further 17 per cent to 52.2 million metric tonnes by 2021. The Global E-waste Monitor 2017 found that items ranging from televisions to solar panels created an e-waste "mountain" equal in weight to nearly nine Great Pyramids of Giza.

Salute WPI inflation at 8-month high of 3.93% in November
Author: 0 WPI inflation at 8-month high of 3.93% in November

On a sequential basis, the expenses on primary articles, which constitute 22.62 per cent of the WPI's total weightage, edged higher by 5.28 per cent, from an increase of 3.33 per cent in October. Passenger vehicle sales rose by 14.29 per cent in November mainly due to a low base during the same month past year on account of demonetisation. The RBI has raised its inflation projection to between 4.3 per cent and 4.7 per cent for the six months ending in March 2018.

Salute They're Not Whining: Man Flu Actually Exists
Author: 0 They're Not Whining: Man Flu Actually Exists

However, in a new review published in The British Medical Journal , Dr. Kyle Sue made a decision to delve deeper into the scientific literature in order to find out the truth of this matter and the reasons behind it. "That's how the term " man flu " became so commonly used internationally, regardless of differences in culture", he said. In one of the mouse studies Sue managed to pull out, it was revealed that testosterone could dampen a male's response to influenza while the female's ...

Salute Child Underwent 13 Surgeries. Cops Say They Weren't Needed
Author: 0 Child Underwent 13 Surgeries. Cops Say They Weren't Needed

Officials allege Bowen taught her son to say he was sick. MSBP is a 'mental health problem in which a caregiver makes up or causes an illness or injury in a person under his or her care' which is often times a child , in order to get attention according to WebMD .

Salute MIT Scientists Working on Turning Trees into Streetlights
Author: 0 MIT Scientists Working on Turning Trees into Streetlights

The researchers figured out how to get the luciferase and luciferin into plant leaves, which then glow with a dim light. The final goal is to breed plants that can take up all the functions of electrical lighting devices. Particles releasing luciferin and coenzyme A were created to accumulate in the extracellular space of the mesophyll, an inner layer of the leaf, while the smaller particles carrying luciferase enter the cells that make up the mesophyll.

Salute Surgeon marked initials on patients' livers
Author: 0 Surgeon marked initials on patients' livers

Bramhall denied the more serious charge of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, a plea which was accepted by prosectors. During the liver transplant operations, Bramhall chose to brand his patients using something called an argon beam coagulator.

Salute Ky. State Rep. Johnson Kills Himself After Molestation Allegations
Author: 0 Ky. State Rep. Johnson Kills Himself After Molestation Allegations

Washington, parked on the north side of it and shot himself in front of his vehicle. Johnson addressed the allegations Tuesday when he held a news conference in his church, stating they were "totally false" and that they were just part of an attack to take down conservatives across the country.

Salute Large Wildfires Are Now Ravaging Southern California
Author: 0 Large Wildfires Are Now Ravaging Southern California

Along the coast between Ventura and Santa Barbara, tiny beach communities were under siege as fire leapt from steep hillsides across U.S. Highway 101. Memories of that blaze were fresh as flames approached Thursday and sheriff's deputies told residents to leave immediately. Early on, authorities in Ventura County said 150 structures were destroyed there, but that number was expected to increase substantially.

Salute KUMACA Swine Flu Have Been Controlled----Health Director
Author: 0 KUMACA Swine Flu Have Been Controlled----Health Director

Roughly 40 percent of the USA population opts for the vaccine every year, and the CDC estimates it prevents about 5 million flu cases annually across the country. Eastern Mediterranean and Southeast Asian countries had slightly lower but still high rates of flu-associated respiratory deaths, the researchers said.

Salute FIFA Fine: Heads'll Roll - NFF
Author: 0 FIFA Fine: Heads'll Roll - NFF

The sanction relates to the player Abdullahi Shehu failing to serve the automatic one-match suspension imposed on him as a result of receiving a caution in two separate matches of the same competition. A visible angry NFF President, Amaju Pinnick, has said that an internal inquiry will be instituted immediately and persons found culpable will be dealt with.

Salute Meat Tax on the Way
Author: 0 Meat Tax on the Way

The report does not cover the potential mechanics or level of a meat tax, but pointed to the fact that Denmark and Sweden are already investigating the feasibility of such a measure, with the former looking likely to settle on a tax rate of Dollars 2.7 per kilogram.

Salute Baby Born With Her Heart Outside Her Body Survives Against All Odds
Author: 0 Baby Born With Her Heart Outside Her Body Survives Against All Odds

When my first lad (Caleb) saw her it knocked him for six because he was expecting us just to bring a little baby home". The proud parents of Vanellope, who has been named after a character in the Disney film "Wreck-It Ralph", said that they were told that the first ten minutes after birth were crucial as her ability to breathe would be essential.

Salute England considers opt-out plan for organ transplants
Author: 0 England considers opt-out plan for organ transplants

The aim is to tackle a national shortage of donors and organs that costs three lives a day. Under the current system donors in England have to opt-in for a donor card if their organs, including eyes, heart, liver and kidneys, are to be made available for use on patients with a critical need.