California man arrested on charges his DDoSes took down candidate’s website
Feds say defendant used Amazon servers to wage DDoS attacks that cost the rival campaign.
BASILAR: Endovascular Treatment Improves Outcomes in BAO Stroke
The addition of endovascular therapy to thrombolysis for acute ischemic stroke with basilar artery occlusion improved functional outcomes in a new registry study.
قرآن - آیت : 11، سورة النَّجْم : 53
جو کچھ انہوں نے دیکھا ان کے دل نے اس کو جھوٹ نہ مانا
Quran - Verse : 11, Surah : An-Najm, Chapter : 53
The heart did not lie [about] what it saw.
I Forgive My Attacker, Says Imam Injured in London Mosque
Rafaat Maglad, 70, Imam Injured in London Mosque attack smiles back and tells there is nothing that can stop him from praying. Yesterday, a man attacked the Regent’s Park Mosque in Central London and stabbed a 70-year-old imam of the mosque. Raafat Maglad, who is 70 years old leads Salah at the mosque, he was [...]
Novel Coronavirus a 'Tremendous Public Health Threat,' CDC Says
With 34 confirmed cases of the virus in the US now, the CDC is preparing for potential community spread of 2019-nCoV in the US and is not ruling out the future need for school and business closures.
A weed dealer’s $59M lesson: Don’t hide Bitcoin keys with a fishing rod
The man reportedly "regarded [the loss] as punishment for his own stupidity."
New Lipid-Lowering Drug Earns FDA Approval
The non-statin drug bempedoic acid was granted approval for adults with familial hypercholesterolemia or established atherosclerotic CVD.
Novel Coronavirus: Study Suggests Multiple Shedding Routes
The novel coronavirus responsible for the ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak may shed through respiratory, fecal–oral, or body fluid routes, new data suggest.
Vaccine Schedule Not Followed for One Third of Children in US
Even if children ultimately get caught up on their vaccines after early delays, they remain susceptible to vaccine-preventable diseases for longer right when they're most vulnerable to complications.
It's Not Just Hospitals That Sue Patients Who Can't Pay
Until very recently, the separate company that runs the emergency department at Nashville General Hospital in Tennessee was continuing to haul patients who couldn't pay medical bills into court.
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Feds Sue Yale Hospital for Age Discrimination of Older Clinicians
Under the hospital's policy, the lawsuit says, only physicians over age 70 are required to take neuropsychological and eye exams.
قرآن - آیت : 85، سورة التَّوْبَة : 9
ان کے اولاد اور مال سے تعجب نہ کرنا۔ ان چیزوں سے خدا یہ چاہتا ہے کہ ان کو دنیا میں عذاب کرے اور (جب) ان کی جان نکلے تو (اس وقت بھی) یہ کافر ہی ہوں
Quran - Verse : 85, Surah : At-Taubah, Chapter : 9
And let not their wealth and their children impress you. Allah only intends to punish them through them in this world and that their souls should depart [at death] while they are disbelievers.
Latest Guidance on Vaping Distress Syndrome
The step-by-step advice is designed to give clinicians the tools they need to identify, triage, treat, and monitor patients exposed to vaping.
FDA OKs First Once-Daily IV COX-2 Preferential NSAID for Pain
The FDA approved meloxicam injection (Anjeso, Baudax Bio) for the treatment of moderate to severe pain, either by itself or with other NSAID analgesics.
WHO: Need to Seize 'Window of Opportunity' to Contain Coronavirus
The WHO's director-general said medical facilities in Wuhan have regained the capability of checking COVID-19 cases with lab tests, detailing a "signficant decline in newly reported cases" in China.
Can Men Dine Their Way to Higher Sperm Counts?
Median sperm counts were highest among men who ate a healthy diet (167 million), followed by the vegetarian-style diet (151 million) and the Danish diet (146 million). (Median means half had higher counts, half lower.)
قرآن - آیت : 69، سورة الْأَنْعَام : 6
اور پرہیزگاروں پر ان لوگوں کے حساب کی کچھ بھی جواب دہی نہیں ہاں نصیحت تاکہ وہ بھی پرہیزگار ہوں
Quran - Verse : 69, Surah : Al-An‘am, Chapter : 6
And those who fear Allah are not held accountable for the disbelievers at all, but [only for] a reminder - that perhaps they will fear Him.
Drug Company Perks Spur Doctors' Prescriptions
More than 20% of Medicare Part D expenses on brand-name medications came from doctors who received an incentive related to a drug they prescribed. Nearly 30% of physicians got an incentive for at least one drug they prescribed during the study period.
More Evidence Backs LDL Below 70 to Reduce Recurrent Stroke
Following an ischemic stroke with evidence of atherosclerosis, targeting a lower LDL cholesterol level was associated with avoidance of major cardiac events on follow-up, new evidence demonstrates.
Adolescent Obesity Linked With Midlife Cancer Risk
The findings underline the need to tackle obesity early in life, writes an editorialist.
The strange, unexplained journey of ToTok in Google Play fuels user suspicions
In a reversal, Google now warns app can spy on texts, recordings, photos, and other data.
Hidden Dangers of Ultraprocessed Foods
Unless you make all your food at home from scratch -- and even then -- processed food is practically unavoidable. But there are degrees of processing.
Specific Gut Bacteria in Infants Linked to Future Anxiety
Lower levels of a specific gut bacteria in infants are associated with the development of anxiety in toddlers, new research shows.
قرآن - آیت : 12، سورة مُحَمَّد : 47
جو لوگ ایمان لائے اور عمل نیک کرتے رہے ان کو خدا بہشتوں میں جن کے نیچے نہریں بہہ رہی ہیں داخل فرمائے گا۔ اور جو کافر ہیں وہ فائدے اٹھاتے ہیں اور (اس طرح) کھاتے ہیں جیسے حیوان کھاتے ہیں۔ اور ان کا ٹھکانہ دوزخ ہے
Quran - Verse : 12, Surah : Muhammad, Chapter : 47
Indeed, Allah will admit those who have believed and done righteous deeds to gardens beneath which rivers flow, but those who disbelieve enjoy themselves and eat as grazing livestock eat, and the Fire will be a residence for them.
Suicidal Patients Often Excluded From Antidepressant Trials
Clinical trials of antidepressants that inform FDA approval decisions often exclude suicidal patients, leaving clinicians uncertain of the efficacy of these drugs in this patient population.
16 Cruise Ship Evacuees Being Moved to US Hospitals
Eleven Americans who were brought to the U.S. from a quarantined cruise ship have been moved to hospitals, because delayed Japanese test results showed they had the new coronavirus, officials said Thursday.
Hidden Costs of CAR T-Cell Therapy
Patients are on the hook for many expenses that are usually not covered by insurance, which add to financial hardships.
Could Climate Change Make Flu Seasons Worse?
These findings suggest that rapid weather changes associated with climate change will increase the risk of flu epidemics in densely populated areas. For example, Europe could have a 50% increase in flu-related deaths, according to the researchers.
قرآن - آیت : 84، سورة الْوَاقِعَة : 56
اور تم اس وقت کی (حالت کو) دیکھا کرتے ہو
Quran - Verse : 84, Surah : Al-Waqi‘a, Chapter : 56
And you are at that time looking on -
Endocrine Society Advises on Use of Romosozumab for Osteoporosis
Updated guidance for osteoporosis now includes a recommendation for the use of romosozumab, but only in severe osteoporosis and not in women with a history of myocardial infarction or stroke.
Banning Indoor Tanning Devices Could Save Lives and Money
Banning indoor tanning devices outright in the United States, Canada, and Europe could prevent as many as 448,000 melanomas and 9.7 million keratinocyte carcinomas, according to a recent study.
Recycling of Unused Oral Cancer Drugs Endorsed by ASCO
More than 20 years after laws that govern state drug depositories were first put in place, the American Society of Clinical Oncology has issued a statement supporting the idea.
7 Signs That Will Tell If You Really Love Prophet Muhammad PBUH
If you love Prophet Muhammad PBUH, these are the major signs that will help you identify if you do enough to express your love. 1. Following his Teachings Conceivably, the biggest sign among the others of showing you affection with the Messenger of Allah, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is that you believe that your life is [...]
Why Eating A Big Breakfast Is A Good Thing
A big breakfast was shown in a recent study to increase metabolism and serve as daily fuel while reducing cravings.
قرآن - آیت : 14، سورة الْأَعْلیٰ : 87
بے شک وہ مراد کو پہنچ گیا جو پاک ہوا
Quran - Verse : 14, Surah : Al-A‘la, Chapter : 87
He has certainly succeeded who purifies himself
Caution: Higher Radiation Dose Linked to Worse NHL Outcomes
Among patients with non-Hodgkin lymphoma who underwent reduced-intensity conditioning for stem cell transplant, overall survival was lower if they received a higher dose of radiation.
The Science Behind Feeling Rested And Why It's Important
Here's the science behind feeling rested and why it's important.
Science Finds A Wild Salamander That Hasn't Moved In 7 Years
If you think you’re lazy, then check out this most underwhelming creature to be ever called a dragon.
The First Case Of Parasitic Worm Transfer From Mother To Baby Lizard
A report recently revealed that a scientist was able to discover a lizard parasite that can go from one host to another, specifically mother to baby lizard.
Benefits Of Owning A Pet
Here are some of the more-studied benefits of owning a pet.
Science Answers Why Dogs Are So Special
According to one scientist, love is a complex feeling that can best describe the unique interspecies relationship we have with dogs.
High-Risk Pregnancy Causes Mother To Lose Both Feet
According to latest news, a mother from Texas reportedly lost both of her feet and part of her left hand to sepsis after going through a very serious complication in her pregnancy.
قرآن - آیت : 13، سورة التَّکْوِيْر : 81
اور بہشت جب قریب لائی جائے گی
Quran - Verse : 13, Surah : At-Takwir, Chapter : 81
And when Paradise is brought near,
Dietitian Shares Best Tips To Lose Weight Effectively
A dietitian has shared the best tips that you can follow to effectively lose weight.
Men More At Risk Of Contracting Coronavirus Than Women
Various studies of coronavirus cases revealed majority of the victims are men. Is there a science behind this?
Fountain Of Youth Uncovered? African Killifish Reportedly Suspends Aging
Throughout time, poeple have been fascinated by the fountain of youth. However, a research confirms that those people might be looking for the wrong thing since it may not be a fountain, but a fish that can essentially “press pause” on its development, essentially disrupting its aging process.
Silent Heart Attack Signs And Symptoms You Shouldn’t Miss
More difficult to detect than a regular heart attack, a silent heart attack has subtle signs and symptoms that you should not miss.
Global Efforts to Develop Vaccines, Drugs to Fight the Coronavirus
Researchers and drug companies are scrambling to develop vaccines and treatments to fight the new coronavirus that emerged in central China in December and has spread to more than two dozen countries, killing more than 2,000 people.
Reuters Health Information
Monoclonal Antibody Provides Itch Relief for Prurigo Nodularis
An experimental treatment for prurigo nodularis (PN) can reduce itching by 53% over four weeks, according to a phase-2 test of subcutaneous nemolizumab. The reduction was only 20% with placebo therapy.
Reuters Health Information
After 80, Heart Attack Patients Less Often Get Bypass Surgery
Age, they say, is just a number. But when someone turns 80, their chance of getting bypass surgery to treat a heart attack immediately drops by 24%, according to a new study.
Reuters Health Information
Many Kids With Distal Radius Fractures Undergo Unneeded Reductions
New research suggests children with distal radius fracture often undergo unnecessary closed reductions in the emergency department.
Reuters Health Information
Former congressman confirms he offered to broker pardon for Assange
Rohrabacher offered Assange a pardon if he implicated Seth Rich in DNC email leak.
Here’s How Vitamin B12 Supplements Could Be Deadly
Here's the reason why vitamin B12 supplements could be deadly for you.
قرآن - آیت : 111، سورة الشُّعَرَآء : 26
وہ بولے کہ کیا ہم تم کو مان لیں اور تمہارے پیرو تو رذیل لوگ ہوتے ہیں
Quran - Verse : 111, Surah : Ash-Shu‘araa, Chapter : 26
They said, "Should we believe you while you are followed by the lowest [class of people]?"
Sanofi Announces Plan To Develop Coronavirus Vaccine
Sanofi Pasteur partnered with BARDA to develop a COVID-19 vaccine.
Severe Infection Tied to Substance-Induced Psychosis
Severe infection is linked to an increased risk of substance-induced psychosis. However, hepatitis is the most strongly linked and the only infection tied to schizophrenia conversion.
Silent COVID-19 Cases May Stymie Screening Efforts
Researchers tested 126 people who recently traveled to China. "Our findings demonstrate that screening for signs & symptoms of infection, including the temperature, might not be sufficient," said one.
WebMD Health News
As satellite TV tanks, Dish says merger with DirectTV is “inevitable”
Dish Chairman Ergen says merger is likely because of threat from streaming TV.
Flu Vaccine Effectiveness Good This Season, CDC Says
Preliminary estimates show influenza vaccine effectiveness for 2019-2020 was 55% in children and 45% overall, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A US gas pipeline operator was infected by malware—your questions answered
The infection has generated no shortage of questions and opinions. Here's what we know.
Long Delays in Amyloidosis Dx, Even With Established Cardiac Care
The underrecognized disease is rare and diagnosis complicated by a lack of awareness and heterogeneity of symptoms at presentation.
Silent COVID-19 Cases May Stymie Screening Efforts
As countries work to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, a new study shows why the methods they are currently using to screen international travelers may not be catching everyone who’s infected.
First Clinical Evidence of Neuroprotection in Acute Stroke?
A new potential neuroprotectant has been found to be beneficial for patients with ischemic stroke undergoing thrombectomy in the ESCAPE-NA1 trial, but only for those not receiving thrombolysis.
قرآن - آیت : 94، سورة هُوْد : 11
اور جب ہمارا حکم آپہنچا تو ہم نے شعیب کو اور جو لوگ ان کے ساتھ ایمان لائے تھے ان کو تو اپنی رحمت سے بچا لیا۔ اور جو لوگ ظالم تھے، ان کو چنگھاڑ نے آدبوچا تو وہ اپنے گھروں میں اوندھے پڑے رہ گئے
Quran - Verse : 94, Surah : Hud, Chapter : 11
And when Our command came, We saved Shu’ayb and those who believed with him, by mercy from Us. And the shriek seized those who had wronged, and they became within their homes [corpses] fallen prone
Man Attacked a Worshipper at Regents Park Mosque in London
A worshipper has been attacked by a man at Regents Park Mosque located in central London as the worshipper was offering afternoon prayers, London police confirmed. Police officers reached the mosque at 3:10 pm to find the worshipper in his 70s who sustained the stab injuries. He had been taken to the hospital where he [...]
قرآن - آیت : 65، سورة الْوَاقِعَة : 56
اگر ہم چاہیں تو اسے چورا چورا کردیں اور تم باتیں بناتے رہ جاؤ
Quran - Verse : 65, Surah : Al-Waqi‘a, Chapter : 56
If We willed, We could make it [dry] debris, and you would remain in wonder,
ACC Mitral Regurgitation Decision Pathway Updated
An update to 2017 expert consensus on treatment of mitral regurgitation was needed after the COAPT and MITRA-FR trials changed the game in secondary mitral regurgitation.
Brain Stent Could Cut Odds for a Second Stroke
In a new study, the self-expanding, intracranial Wingspan brain stent seems effective over the long term in reducing stroke patients' risk of a subsequent stroke and death.
'Stranger Things' Sheds Light on a Rare Disorder
The disorder, called cleidocranial dysplasia (CCD), affects only about one in a million people, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health. Caused by a mutated gene, CCD leads to abnormal bone development -- most apparent in the collarbones and teeth.
Wearable 'Brain Stimulator' May Boost Stroke Recovery
The device, which is controlled with a smartphone, looks like a swim cap with multiple magnetic microstimulators attached. Study volunteers wore it for 40 minutes per session, and completed 20 sessions over four weeks.
Declining Physical Activity at Age 12 Tied to Depression at 18
In the first study to objectively measure physical activity in teens, investigators found declining physical activity starting at age 12 was linked to an increase in depression scores at age 18.
قرآن - آیت : 77، سورة الْبَقَرَة : 2
کیا یہ لوگ یہ نہیں جانتے کہ جو کچھ یہ چھپاتے اور جو کچھ ظاہر کرتے ہیں، خدا کو (سب) معلوم ہے
Quran - Verse : 77, Surah : Al-Baqara, Chapter : 2
But do they not know that Allah knows what they conceal and what they declare?
TNK Dose in Large-Vessel Stroke: 0.25 mg/kg Is Sufficient
New data from a second EXTEND-IA TNK (tenecteplase) trial clarify the optimum dose of the bolus thrombolytic for use in ischemic stroke, for which enthusiasm is growing.
Another HIV Hazard: Higher Risk for COPD
Compared to those without the AIDS-causing virus, people with HIV had a 34% higher rate of COPD and were diagnosed with the lung disease about 12 years earlier -- average age 50 versus 62, the investigators found.
ISAACC: No Effect of CPAP On CV Outcomes in OSA
Patients with previous acute coronary syndrome treated with CPAP for obstructive sleep apnea showed no significant reduction in subsequent cardiovascular events, in a randomized trial.
Longer Breastfeeding, Lower Type 2 Risk After Gestational Diabetes
Women with a history of gestational diabetes who breastfed for 2 years or longer had a 27% lower risk of type 2 diabetes than those who did not, a new study shows.
Woman Plays Violin During Brain Surgery
Midway through the surgery, Turner was wakened and asked to her play her violin to "ensure the surgeons did not damage any crucial areas of the brain that controlled Dagmar's delicate hand movements,? according to the hospital.
قرآن - آیت : 75، سورة الرَّحْمٰن : 55
تو تم اپنے پروردگار کی کون کون سی نعمت کو جھٹلاؤ گے؟
Quran - Verse : 75, Surah : Ar-Rahman, Chapter : 55
So which of the favors of your Lord would you deny? -
Lung Diseases on the Rise Worldwide
Aging and risk factors such as smoking, pollution and overweight/obesity are among the other major risk factors for chronic lung diseases, according to the analysis of data from 195 countries.
Ars Technicast special edition, part 2: Spotting bad actors inside a company
Our limited edition podcast series continues as we focus on dangerous insiders.
Abbott Removes Libre Diabetes Monitor From Diasend Platform
Abbott have blocked their glucose monitor from connecting to the diasend data management system in most countries, a "backward" move for diabetes care that's attracted the ire of the UK health service.
Low Rates of Regret After Prostatectomy When Outcomes Are Good
Patients are satisfied after either open or robot-assisted surgery, provided functional outcomes are good, an observational study reports.
قرآن - آیت : 43، سورة الْمَعَارِج : 70
اس دن یہ قبر سے نکل کر (اس طرح) دوڑیں گے جیسے (شکاری) شکار کے جال کی طرف دوڑتے ہیں
Quran - Verse : 43, Surah : Al-Ma‘arij, Chapter : 70
The Day they will emerge from the graves rapidly as if they were, toward an erected idol, hastening.
Long-term Changes in Gut Metabolite Predict CHD Risk
Temporal changes in dietary habits — for better or worse — were also found to modulate the harmful effects of the gut microbial metabolite trimethylamine N-oxide.
Critical Care Admissions Up for Pediatric Opioid Poisonings
The proportion of children and adolescents admitted to critical care for serious poisonings has increased in recent years, according to a study of more than 750,000 reported opioid exposures.
Sexual Orientation May Influence Skin Cancer Risk
Researchers from Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston analyzed data culled from national surveys conducted from 2014 to 2018 and found that skin cancer rates were 8.1% among gay men, 8.4% among bisexual men, and 6.7% among heterosexual men.
Power in Numbers: Your Birthday Influence Care
Among patients who had turned 80 within the past two weeks, just over 5% received bypass surgery. In contrast, the rate was 7% among patients who were about to turn 80 in the next couple weeks.
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