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Mexico says 11 pregnant women infected with Zika

Active Zika outbreaks have been reported in at least 36 countries or territories, a lot of them in the Americas, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).Thailand has been added to the list of countries where ongoing transmission of Zika virus is a concern.Sally Hoger, DrPH, is assistant professor and public


Michigan’s top House Democrat calls for Snyder to resign

The state is working with a job search assistance organization to hire 81 Flint residents to work at sites where bottled water, filters and other items are available for people affected by the city’s lead-tainted water.Calls for Gov. Rick Snyder’s resignation grew louder Wednesday.Roughly six months after limiting Flint’s options, the state helped it return


Study Finds Multiple Problems In Fetuses Exposed To Zika Virus

But global health officials are examining the connection between women infected with Zika during their pregnancy and babies born with damaged brains and unusually small heads, a condition called microcephaly.”These presentations and the question-and-answer sessions that follow have proven to be informative and helpful for non-clinical staff members, many with the same questions and concerns


Researchers At Hopkins Find Clue Linking Brain Defect To Zika Virus

Brazil’s healthy ministry has already confirmed that Zika causes rare birth defects, but there were some people who claimed that there could also be other reasons behind microcephaly, which has killed many babies in the South America country.The Zika virus has sparked worldwide alarm largely because of fears that the pathogen is causing microcephaly, a


United Nations chief slams deadly terrorist attack in Turkey

At least 34 people have been killed and 125 wounded – 19 seriously – in a auto bombing in Turkey’s capital, the country’s security officials have said. Interior Minister Efkan Ala says Sunday’s attack won’t deter the country from its fight against terrorism. A Kurdish militant group which is an offshoot of an outlawed rebel


President Obama makes his Final 4 picks

President Barack Obama released his picks for the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament on Wednesday with the University of Kansas as his choice to cut down the nets in Houston. On the men’s side, Obama thinks Syracuse will get by first-round opponent Dayton but will fall to Michigan State in the next round. The Kansas Jayhawks


Oil output freeze: OPEC meeting shifted to April

OPEC and non-OPEC producers including the top two exporters, Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation, will hold talks on April 17 in Qatar over a plan to freeze output, increasing the likelihood of the first global supply deal in 15 years. “What I fear is that any breakdowns in the proposed talks, if there even is


Saturday Night Live Drags Hillary Clinton For Copying Bernie Sanders

On Sunday, when asked to respond on CNN, Sanders attributed Clinton’s misleading attack to pure politics. Hillary Clinton has been accused of stealing Bernie Sanders’ rhetoric. Still, Sanders has high hopes of good results in the Midwest in particular and has been driving his message that the economy is stacked against working Americans and underpinned


Gwen Stefani Says Returning To Music Was A Spiritual Experience

“You have that really fast vibrato”, she said, before turning to Blake and noting, “There’s something Gwen Stefani about her”. According to the notorious gossip site, Lambert finds it painful to her to see her ex-husband rearing “insta-kids”. Reports have swirled for months that Gwen and Blake are planning a wedding. True enough, the No


Hillary Clinton to AIPAC

“What President Obama gets wrong about dealmaking is that he constantly applies pressure to our friends and rewards our enemies”, Trump said reading from a prepared speech that he peppered with ad-libs. Israel’s security, she proclaimed, “is non-negotiable”. Donald Trump addressing the annual policy conference of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee in Washington, D.C.,

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