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Medicine Chipotle warns of data security breach, recommends monitoring card statements
Author: 0 Chipotle warns of data security breach, recommends monitoring card statements

Chipotle told investors during an earnings conference call that it had detected "unauthorized activity" on a network that supports payment processing for purchases made at Chipotle restaurants. "Many customers across the US, Canada and United Kingdom will be left wondering today if they have been caught up in this hack and whether or not they have purchased a very expensive burrito", he said.

Medicine Jackets Split Squads to Penn Relays and Tom Jones Memorial
Author: 0 Jackets Split Squads to Penn Relays and Tom Jones Memorial

Patriot High School's team of Lindsay Yentz, Aisha Brown, Rachel McArthur and Sierra Biber took second Thursday evening at the Penn Relays High School Girls' Distance Medley Championship of America in Philadelphia . With the ACC Outdoor Championships just two weeks in the offing - the Noles will host the Seminole Twilight next Friday - Braman stressed the importance of rounding into shape with the postseason right around the corner.

Author: 0 'Womb-like device may help save premature babies'

The oldest is now a year old and "doing well", the team says. It'll save the lives of babies born 22-24 weeks into term, a time when now, only half of them survive. "We know that even a few hours of that [current technology] damages the lungs of a 24-week infant", says Dr. George Mychaliska, a pediatric and fetal surgeon at C.S.

Medicine Bulls' Rajon Rondo out indefinitely with thumb fracture
Author: 0 Bulls' Rajon Rondo out indefinitely with thumb fracture

Beverley avoids suspension for incident with fanRockets to wrap series in Game 5?Scherzer, Harper playing at a high levelDaugherty: Warriors can overc. "We know it's going to be really hard and each game is its own entity". Now, like the Celtics did on Friday, Chicago will enter Sunday's game looking to bounce back.

Medicine Llorente outjumps Stoke to keep Swansea survival bid alive
Author: 0 Llorente outjumps Stoke to keep Swansea survival bid alive

Granted, none of these sides has been proficient away from home, but then Stoke have not been good on the road either: they've failed to score in five on their travels, four of which they've lost. Ayew then almost got a third for Swansea, breaking free on the counter but Butland was there again to keep Stoke in the game. Marko Arnautovic stepped up from the spot but inexplicably struck his penalty high into the stands behind Fabianski's goal .

Author: 0 Canada introduces legislation to legalize marijuana

Under the proposed new system, individuals will be able to possess up to 30 grams of dried or fresh cannabis for personal use - about one ounce - and can grow up to four plants at home, provided they are not more than one meter high. "We don't really have a way of monitoring or at least of detecting people who are driving on the roads who may be impaired by marijuana", said Gordon Wyant, justice minister of the Canadian province Saskatchewan.

Medicine FDA further restricts pain medication use in kids
Author: 0 FDA further restricts pain medication use in kids

The problem is that nursing mothers who use codeine or tramadol can pass unsafe levels of opioids to their infants through breastmilk. The FDA added a "Black Box" warning against using codeine to treat children with tonsillectomy pain in 2013.

Medicine Jumbo Earthlike planet might have water and life, close enough to study
Author: 0 Jumbo Earthlike planet might have water and life, close enough to study

Other information is its mass which is 6.6 times that of the Earth, giving it a gravitational pull three times stronger, making a 167-pound person feel like 500 pounds on this planet. "LHS 1140 is brighter at optical wavelengths because it's slightly bigger than the TRAPPIST-1 star". At this point, there's still much to learn about the planet, but it's definitely a starting point for newer, more powerful telescopes.

Author: 0 Indonesia, Brunei to hold state visits in PH next week

The Philippine Star reported that some 4,000 people are expected to attend the event, though Tiotuico said he wasn't sure whether Chinese President Xi Jinping would come. They will return to PICC for the rest of the meetings. "And numerous leaders who do not attend do so because they have internal issues, which prevents them from coming", Mr.

Author: 0 Trump Says He Does Not See Role for United States in Libya

I see that as a primary role and that's what we're going to do, whether it's in Iraq or in Libya, or anywhere else. While addressing the possibility of a government shut down, Trump said, "I think we want to keep the government open". Gentiloni noted Italy and America's "common commitment against terrorism". Trump and Gentiloni took questions from reporters following a brief Oval Office meeting and bilateral meeting between the two leaders and their respective delegations.

Medicine Prostate cancer tests are now OK with U.S. panel, with caveats
Author: 0 Prostate cancer tests are now OK with U.S. panel, with caveats

An influential physician task force backed by the US government is softening its opposition to routine prostate cancer screening. The group says the change is based on new evidence indicating that routine PSA blood tests can slightly reduce some men's chances of dying from prostate cancer and that drastic treatment can sometimes be avoided with close monitoring when cancer is detected.

Medicine For The First Time, Majority Of Americans Support The ACA
Author: 0 For The First Time, Majority Of Americans Support The ACA

The April Gallup poll shows, when asked if they "generally approve" of the Affordable Care Act, which "restructured the USA healthcare system", 55 percent now say they approve, up from compared to 42 percent in November, while 41 percent disapprove.

Medicine Expanding Economies in Asia Deliver 60% of Global Growth - ADB
Author: 0 Expanding Economies in Asia Deliver 60% of Global Growth - ADB

Asia's developing economies will see steady growth this year and the next, though the evolving policies of Presiden. Sawada said the region faces "risks from uncertain policy direction in the advanced economies, including the pace of interest rate normalisation in the United States".

Medicine Muslim births to outnumber Christian births worldwide by 2035
Author: 0 Muslim births to outnumber Christian births worldwide by 2035

With the highest fertility rate of any religious group worldwide, the Muslim population will achieve parity with the Christian population within less than 50 years, according to a new study . After all, while religious apostasy is illegal in many African and Middle Eastern countries, it is not in Europe or the Americas (excepting Guyana and Suriname) and Pew tells us "In many Europeans countries, births among the religiously-unaffiliated exceeded deaths".

Author: 0 Arsenal future not sorted completely: Wenger

Wenger's current deal is due to expire at the end of the season and the support base are angry that the Gunners' hierarchy have not attempted to force the manager's hand in making a definitive decision one way or the other, or even taking charge of the situation themselves.

Author: 0 Ex punk-rocker O'Rourke launches longshot bid against Cruz

Beto O'Rourke, 44, will announce his candidacy for the 2018 Texas election for Senate, challenging incumbent Sen. Here, O'Rourke take part in the 2016 President's Leadership Council. After a failed presidential bid previous year, Cruz appeared vulnerable in his re-election bid-though mostly in the Republican primary. He continued on about O'Rourke, "He's got this aura around him".

Medicine Lead Exposure as Child, Lower IQ as Adult?
Author: 0 Lead Exposure as Child, Lower IQ as Adult?

Childhood blood lead level was associated with lower adult IQ scores almost three decades later, reflecting cognitive decline following childhood lead exposure. "This made it possible for us to more clearly estimate the association between high lead and low IQ". He had previously carried out research which showed there was a 20-year delay in banning lead from petrol because of deliberate lobbying by the lead additives industry, poorly informed and vacillating politicians, and a ...

Medicine Australian GP Crowd Track Invasion Under Investigation
Author: 0 Australian GP Crowd Track Invasion Under Investigation

He said, "Not the weekend I wanted at home". And while Ricciardo felt "like crap" after bowing out midway through the race, Vettel hopes his victory signals the end of Mercedes' three-year domination of the sport. "The most frustrating thing was for all these things to happen at home", he said. "On both occasions the auto just came to a stop, so I couldn't do anything else.

Medicine Jewish Teen Arrested for JCC Bomb Threats in America & More
Author: 0 Jewish Teen Arrested for JCC Bomb Threats in America & More

At a court hearing near Tel Aviv, the suspect's defense attorney said the young man has a growth in his head that causes behavioral problems. The arrest comes at least three months after the bomb threats against Jewish community centers began, according to The Christian Science Monitor .

Medicine Nine US deaths linked to breast implant-associated cancer
Author: 0 Nine US deaths linked to breast implant-associated cancer

The Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) analyzed 46 confirmed cases of BIA-ALCL, including three deaths, and none of the cases occurred in women with smooth implants. About 290,000 people received breast implants in the USA last year, according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons , which does not track the surface textures of implants in its yearly reports .

Medicine Man with backpack breaches White House security while Trump inside, CNN reports
Author: 0 Man with backpack breaches White House security while Trump inside, CNN reports

Tran's younger brother Brian, 19, called him "troubled" after he was let go by an electrical engineering company. The intruder, identified as Jonathan Tran, 26, of California, told security he had an appointment with the President. Officers searched the north and south grounds of the White House complex and found nothing. When asked how he had gotten in, he said he'd jumped the fence.

Medicine 'World's heaviest woman' has surgery in India, loses 100 kgs
Author: 0 'World's heaviest woman' has surgery in India, loses 100 kgs

The doctor released a statement to say she'd gone through the procedure without issue on Thursday morning, and said she was responding well to the diet of oral fluids the hospital had placed her on. The diet helped her drop 14 pounds a day. Abd El Aty has suffered a stroke and faced a series of other serious ailments owing to her weight including diabetes, high blood pressure, hypertension and sleep deprivation.

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