Researchers say you shouldn't feel guilty about catching up on your Z's. The scientists discovered that people who slept five hours or fewer during the week, but got over eight hours of rest on the weekends , did not have any increase in their mortality rate.
The current outbreak is caused by the Zaire ebolavirus, which has the highest mortality rate , ranging from 60% to 90%, according to WHO. The port city boasts a population of more than one million. World Health Organization is using a "ring vaccination" approach, targeting the contacts of people infected or suspected of infection and then the contacts of those people.
Consumer-health companies must stop selling products such as Baby Orajel to parents with teething infants, USA health regulators said, given the risk of developing a potentially deadly condition that reduces oxygen levels in the blood.
Neither the White House nor Twitter ( Twitter was not named in the lawsuit) has commented on the case, as of this writing. The president uses his account , which has 37,600 tweets and 52.2 million followers, to "take measures that can only be taken by the president as president", the ruling reads.
Kilauea volcano has already laid waste to dozens of homes this month, triggering earthquakes, releasing lethal gases and setting forests ablaze, and is showing no signs of slowing down. "I don't know if I was in shock", Clinton said. Mr Clinton, who was the first person to suffer a major injury at the hands of the eruption, said doctors saved his leg but he must avoid putting weight on it for six weeks.
We have learned that 20-year-old Faith Rodgers has sued R. Kelly for false imprisonment, sexual battery and not disclosing an STD! After months of remaining in contact, Rodgers says that Kelly flew her to NY for one of his concerts. "I kinda just froze up". Rodgers believes Kelly was preparing her to join a group of women she alleges he lives and travels with. R. Kelly's camp has repeatedly denied the allegations, but the Time's Up initiative of Hollywood has condemned the ...