Frenchwoman who received world's 1st face transplant dies

In past interviews, Dinoire said she was happy with the transplant surgery but expressed distress at the attention from the media and passers-by that the operation brought her. Her immune system almost rejected the transplant twice. "Once I had seen Isabelle's disfigured face, no more needed to be said", Dubernard told the British news outlet.

Swaraj raises visa fee hike, totalisation pact with US Secretary Kerry

In the afternoon, the S&CD Plenary is scheduled to be held and will be led from the Indian side by India's External Affairs Minister, Mrs. Sushma Swaraj and Minister of State for Commerce and Industry, Mrs Nirmala Sitharaman. A new work stream is also being proposed in the current S&CD meeting on the area of Tourism Sector. Both sides will also facilitate collaboration in research in health sector, specifically focusing on non-communicable diseases like cardiovascular ailments, diabetics and ...

Clinton attacks Trump's outreach to black voters in new ad

In an interview on MSNBC's Morning Joe , the Democratic presidential nominee kept up her verbal assault on Trump's campaign , asserting that it is built on "prejudice and paranoia" and caters to a radical fringe of the Republican Party. Prior to Trump's briefing, leading Democrats questioned whether the celebrity businessman could responsibly handle receiving sensitive information because of some of his comments, including the suggestion that Russian Federation should attempt to hack ...

FDA Recommends All Blood Donations Be Tested for Zika

The FDA first issued guidance on February 16 recommending that only areas with active Zika virus transmission screen donated Whole Blood and blood components for Zika virus, use pathogen-reduction devices, or halt blood collection and obtain Whole Blood and blood components from areas of the USA without active virus transmission.

Another Zika virus region : Singapore, a tourism hub in South East Asia

The story Zika spreading across Singapore with more than 40 cases reported first appeared on The Sydney Morning Herald . According to the statement , 34 have fully recovered, while the other seven, who still have symptoms and are potentially infectious, are now recovering at a hospital.

Tropical Smoothie Cafe sued: Hepatitis A in Egyptian berries

The health department has not posted any additional information since the original alert was sent out over the Internet. The employee worked for Tropical Smoothie in Gainesville, the state Health Department said. Additionally, health experts stressed customers who consumed a smoothie after the strawberries were pulled from restaurants are not be at risk. Nearly all people who get hepatitis A recover completely and do not have any lasting liver damage, although they may feel sick for ...

FDA expands Zika screening to all US blood centers

The current Zika outbreak was first detected in Brazil a year ago and has since spread across the Americas. Further, HHS said, as of August 18, there were more than 1,300 pregnant women with evidence of Zika virus, including 529 pregnant women in US states and Washington, D.C., and 691 pregnant women in USA territories.

Zika spread through sex by man with no symptoms

Because an infection could be transmitted during sex, someone who does not have symptoms might spread the virus to an individual who then donates blood, and this could lead to an "amplification" of the crisis, explained Marks. The U.S. blood donation system is massive with about one million units of blood collected from each month. Fifteen new travel-related cases were reported, plus five more in pregnant women.

New case of Zika through a local mosquito in Florida county

Just two days ago, five cases of locally transmitted Zika infection were confirmed by Florida health officials, including one in the Tampa Bay area. Certain over-the-counter products are being advertised as a repellent or even cure for the Zika virus, but this claim is blatantly false. He also urged Congress to make funds available to put a federal Zika plan into action.

Mislabeled pill bottles found in Price's home contained fentanyl

The synthetic opioid is considered 50 times more powerful than heroin. According to a new development in the investigation into Prince's death, the drugs found inside the artist's home were labelled incorrectly. What was unknown is exactly how Prince managed to ingest fentanyl. Some of those pills were found to have lidocaine - a local numbing agent - as well as U-4770 - a synthetic drug eight times more powerful than morphine.

Pentagon warns Assad regime to avoid action near U.S. and allied forces

On Friday, warplanes from the US-led coalition flew what the Pentagon called protective patrols around Hasaka to prevent Syrian jets from targeting United States special forces, who are operating on the ground with the SDF, the first sorties of their kind in the war.

Taliban make further gains in Afghan north

Khanabad district links Kunduz to Takhar and other northen provinces, which are now being infiltrated by the Taliban and seeing more fighting after being relatively peaceful for years. The provincial capital, Kunduz , was briefly overrun by the Taliban in 2015, and held for almost two weeks before being forced out by government forces, backed up by U.S.

McDonald's to stop distributing Happy Meal activity trackers

The contrarian efforts of McDonald's to combine Happy Meals with health have come a cropper, after the fast food chain chose to drop an activity tracker it was giving to kids along with fries and McNuggets. Every Happy Meal sold in the USA and Canada will include one of six wrist-worn brightly colored pedometers. The latest item to be included in the iconic box is considerably more high-tech however - a fitness tracker .

Now Michael Phelps is the one asking Katie Ledecky for an autograph

The picture was posted to Ledecky's Facebook page with the caption, "Recreating a 10-year-old reverse!" Ledecky and Phelps appeared together on the Today show Monday morning and, in her first question, Ledecky was asked about what Phelps has meant to the team.

Excessive heat warning issued for Fairfield County through weekend

In general, spray showers operate on days when the temperature hits 80 degrees or higher. The heat index is a measure of how hot it feels when relative humidity is factored in with the actual air temperature. Heat stroke is an emergency. Wear loose-fitting, airy, light colored clothing. The highest heat indices occur usually in the mid to late afternoon.

Bernie Sanders Isn't Stoked About DEA's Decision Not To Reschedule Pot

As a Schedule I drug , marijuana use is strictly prohibited outside of research. Even lawmakers who have been skeptical about the merits of marijuana legalization, like Rep. But that is a far cry from what DCMJ-the group behind Initiative 71, which legalized cannabis in the District-and other activists are seeking. Legally, that prohibits the DEA from reclassifying the drug.

2 new cases of travel-related Zika virus in Palm Beach County

There is no vaccine yet or treatment for infection with Zika virus. As of August 4, these are the statistics on the Zika virus. "It is very likely that we will have local transmission of the Zika virus by mosquitos like Florida is now experiencing".

Three new West Nile cases confirmed in Mississippi

Drain standing water around the house weekly since it's where mosquitoes lay eggs, including: tires, cans, flowerpots, clogged rain gutters, rain barrels, toys, puddles and even unused fountains. August and September are generally the two months where most cases of West Nile are reported. "West Nile virus activity in the state is increasing, so I urge Californians to take every possible precaution to protect themselves against mosquito bites".

FDA bans e-cigarette sales to minors starting today

Attorney Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products, says it's been a long time coming. That rule would force e-cigarette manufacturers to undergo an expensive and time-consuming premarket tobacco-application process unless their products were on the market prior to the predicate date of February 15, 2007.

Crackdown on 'cow vigilantes': Gau Raksha Dal chief booked

About 30 to 40 soap factories have reportedly closed down because of harassment by groups like the Gau Raksha Dal, which alleges that cow fat is used to make oil-based soaps. Modi accused the cow vigilantes of trying to create tension in the society and said they should be exposed and punished. "In the name of cow protection, these fake cow protectors are trying to disturb the peace and harmony of the nation".

Swimming: Ledecky smashes own record to win women's 400m freestyle

Ledecky won the 200-meter at the 2015 World Championships in Russian Federation with a time of 1:55.16. Rachael Larimore of the Dallas Morning News asks, why isn't one of Ledecky's best events part of the Olympic games? Ledecky won her first gold medal of these Games, torching the field in the final of the 400 free with a stunning time of 3 minutes, 56.46 seconds to win by almost five seconds over Britain's Jazz Carlin.

George P. Bush Urges Republicans to Vote Trump

The most prominent members of the Bush family, including his father and former presidents George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush, have all refused to support Trump. Jeb and Trump memorably sparred during the primaries, leading to some tense moments during the GOP debates. Bush had been criticized recently for not giving the green light to Trump.

Could Zika pose a problem for Florida's tourism industry?

But since there is no cure for Zika or the serious birth defects it causes, precautions like the use of bug repellent is recommended, especially for women who are planning to have a child. Wednesday in council chambers at Town Hall. These cases are believed to have caught the virus locally through mosquito bites. Florida Senator Marco Rubio said the news is disturbing.

Maryland Flooding Claims 2 Lives, Strands Scores, Damages Buildings

The water proved too strong to walk through alone so the group linked hands and held onto a building ... wading across the road to reach her. Mr. Brubaker of Dover, Pa., said Ms. Unlike the massive floods that swept through parts of West Virginia in June, this flooding "was very localized", Rosa said. The men hastily formed a human chain by holding onto each other's forearms to get to the woman's auto window.

No Dental Floss? No Problem: Evidence on Flossing's Benefits Is 'Weak'

Or does it? A new investigation by the Associated Press suggests there's no good evidence backing up the claim that flossing is good for you. According to a report by the Associated Press, there is little evidence that flossing actually works.

Beckham gets 'cleated,' has cuts on left leg

His injury did not require stitches. When Beckham met with reporters after practice, he had a bandage on his left ankle. " It's football , we go down", he said. "There has got to be no better feeling than seeing the confetti fall after all the hard work since July 28th, that you put in and before that leading up to it".

Nose bacterium proves lethal to MRSA superbug

After examining the nasal swabs of more than 180 hospitalized patients, the researchers learned that S. aureus is capable of taking root in almost 6 percent of individuals who carry S. "This [research] is showing that same competition that happens in the soil - where bugs are trying to kill each other to gain space and access to niches and habitats - is happening in the body", said Mark Webber, co-head of the Antimicrobials Research Group at the University of Birmingham, who was not ...

Deutsche Bank set for cuts as profit tumbles by 98%

The weak sales reflected challenging environment, macro-economic uncertainties including the European Union referendum in the United Kingdom, and the implementation of strategic decisions. Net profit dropped to €20m ($22m) in the second quarter, down from €798m in the year earlier period, but ahead of analysts' consensus for a net loss of €105m.

Updated human brain map reveals almost 100 new regions

To create the map , scientists used data from the Human Connectome Project , a five-year, multimillion dollar study that used a custom-built MRI machine to scan the brains of 1,200 young adults. "Think of this as version 1.0 of the brain map". "It quickly became obvious to me that we needed a better way to map the areas in the living brains that we were studying ".

Shark sightings close Coney Island, New Jersey beaches

Lifeguards were ordered to keep the waters clear of humans, as officials determine if the sightings are indeed sharks, or some other type of ocean creature. Dohlin raised the "good momentum" in conservation efforts and that people should be grateful for the environmental feat. A vast ocean wilderness literally laps against the city's shores, and we share these waters with whales, seals, sea turtles, and yes, sometimes sharks.