• New workforce app will 'bring gig economy to the NHS'

    New workforce app will 'bring gig economy to the NHS'

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    The additional 5,000 places will bring the number of undergraduate study opportunities to 25,850 in 2018/19, around 15,000 up from 2015. Speaking at the Conservative Party conference, he said the move was created to reduce reliance on agency nurses and recruits from overseas.
  • Oxford University to Test Universal Flu Vaccine in World First

    Oxford University to Test Universal Flu Vaccine in World First

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    The main reason was the H3N2 strain of the flu virus. Human trials are due to begin in the United Kingdom this winter, involving an expected sample of at least 500 people over the age of 65, since they are the most at-risk group. The experimental vaccine instead encourages the body to make other immune system weapons, called T cells, against unchanging core proteins housed within the "ball" part of the virus.
  • Suu Kyi stripped of 'Freedom of Oxford' over Rohingya crisis

    Suu Kyi stripped of 'Freedom of Oxford' over Rohingya crisis

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    Rohingya Muslim men, who crossed over from Myanmar into Bangladesh, wait for their turn to collect food at a refugee camp. While the exact reasons for the portrait's removal were attributed to a new replacement, there is a wider view that the allegations of ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya Muslims fleeing their homes to Bangladesh is likely to be behind the move.
  • Las Vegas gunman has ties to Florida

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    Benjamin Paddock had been sentenced to 20 years following a bank robbery conviction, according to a 1978 newspaper article in the Eugene Register. His father was a career criminal who spent some of his teenage years in Chicago, where he first started getting into trouble with the law, eventually doing two stints in IL state prisons, according to historian Travis Gross.
  • Republicans say Trump denied deal with Dems on Dreamers

    Republicans say Trump denied deal with Dems on Dreamers

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    The Arkansas Republican told Politico that Trump wanted to limit any deal to only current recipients of DACA , not just eligible immigrants, and that there must be limits to family members that could be sponsored to come to the USA on top of that.
  • Zynerba Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ZYNE) Valuation According To Analysts

    Zynerba Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ZYNE) Valuation According To Analysts

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    In terms of Buy, Sell or Hold recommendations, Zynerba Pharma CS (NASDAQ: ZYNE ) has analysts' mean recommendation of 2.4. Taking a broader look brokerage firms' analysts on the street with an expectant view have Zynerba Pharma CS (NASDAQ: ZYNE ) high price target of $16 and with a conservative view have low price target of $4.
  • World leaders urge dialogue to calm tensions over Catalonia

    World leaders urge dialogue to calm tensions over Catalonia

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    Barcelona's Gerard Pique was booed and jeered as he trained with the Spanish national side on Monday. "There has not been a referendum on self-determination in Catalonia ", he said . Police officers were seen firing rubber bullets, storming into polling stations and pulling women by their hair. Schinas also said the Commission trusts "the leadership of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy to manage this hard process".
  • How To Help The Vegas Shooting Victims

    How To Help The Vegas Shooting Victims

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    The long lines of people waiting to donate in the state caused the Nevada Department of Public Safety to issue an alert about making reservations to donate blood . org , or calling 1-800-RED-CROSS . "So I'd come in and do it, if I wasn't doing it already". In the past, OBI has sent blood in response to 9/11, Pulse Nightclub, and even as recently as Hurricane Harvey.
  • One hour of exercise a week can prevent depression

    One hour of exercise a week can prevent depression

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    Scientists found that the people who didn't exercise at the start of the study were 44 percent more likely to experience depression. "This is the first time we have been able to quantify the preventative potential of physical activity in terms of reducing future levels of depression", said the study's lead author Associate Professor Samuel Harvey, from the Black Dog Institute and UNSW, in a statement .
  • England can challenge in Ashes even without Stokes: Starc

    England can challenge in Ashes even without Stokes: Starc

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    Pacer Mitchell Starc believes England can pose a challenge in the upcoming Ashes even if star all-rounder Ben Stokes is not in the squad that travels to Australia in November. "There's plenty of other guys we need to worry about, some experienced bowlers, some experienced batsmen up the top, they bat quite deep as well when you've got Moeen Ali coming in at No.
  • "Support the Girls" raises money for locals with breast cancer

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    It will be held in Jackson on Saturday, October 28 at Thalia Mara Hall. Over the years, many artists have shown their support to the cause, setting up fundraising campaigns and hosting special events, bringing together famous faces and celebrities from all over the world.
  • Hardik Pandya Reveals His Relationship With The Mysterious Girl, Shuts Rumors

    Hardik Pandya Reveals His Relationship With The Mysterious Girl, Shuts Rumors

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    It is only a matter of time when we would be able to see another real-life pair of brothers feature in the Indian team by the names of Krunal Pandya and Hardik Pandya . Pandya has become famous after playing some brilliant innings in the last couple of months for India. Pandya, who scored 222 runs and also picked up six wickets, received the Man of the Series award for his top-class performance in the tournament.
  • Las Vegas businessman donates $400K to shooting victims

    Las Vegas businessman donates $400K to shooting victims

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    The alleged accomplice, Marilou Danley, has been interviewed and she was not in Las Vegas during the shooting . The suspected assailant, 64-year-old Stephen Paddock , of Mesquite, Nevada, died of what is believed to be self-inflicted gunshots.
  • Las Vegas Mobilizes to Donate Blood, Offer Support After Mass Shooting

    Las Vegas Mobilizes to Donate Blood, Offer Support After Mass Shooting

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    While they've had enough blood to meed the immediate hospital demand, there could still be a need in the future. ( Central Coast, CA ) - Our sister United Blood Services blood center in Las Vegas has provided almost 200 units of blood and blood products so far to area hospitals treating victims of the concert shooting last night.
  • 3.6 million kids plates and bowls recalled for choking hazard

    3.6 million kids plates and bowls recalled for choking hazard

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    They have printed designs including superheros, princesses, cartoon characters, princesses, cars, and more. Parents should take the toys away from the children immediately and may be qualified to receive a refund for the items, the U.S. They have also received 11 reports of that clear plastic ending up in the mouths of kids, as well as 4 reported choking cases. Playtex has recalled millions of children's plates and bowls due to a choking hazard.
  • Northland Woman in Las Vegas Offers to Give Blood

    Northland Woman in Las Vegas Offers to Give Blood

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    Almost 60 were killed and more than 500 injured as of Monday night. Blood Assurance is on standby to send blood to Las Vegas area hospitals in the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern American history. The blood bank said twice as many donors are showing-up to donate blood than usual. But volunteers are encouraged to come later in the week to give blood.
  • Fitbit, Inc. (NYSE:FIT) Rating Lowered to Hold at Vetr Inc

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    Oppenheimer maintained Fitbit Inc (NYSE: FIT ) rating on Thursday, August 3. BidaskClub downgraded shares of Fitbit from a sell rating to a strong sell rating in a report on Tuesday, August 1st. ILLEGAL ACTIVITY WARNING: " Fitbit, Inc . (NYSE: FIT ) Rating Increased to Sell at ValuEngine " was originally posted by StockNewsTimes and is owned by of StockNewsTimes.
  • Blood Assurance On Standby To Help Partners In Las Vegas Area

    Blood Assurance On Standby To Help Partners In Las Vegas Area

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    Haylee Finn, another donor turned away at the bloodmobile, said she made more than 40 calls to the Arizona Red Cross and United Blood Services Arizona trying to find a location so she could donate blood . Green says they are all safe. OneBlood encourages all eligible donors to make a blood donation; doing so makes blood supply available for our area and whenever a need arises.