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The Dissolved Gas Analyzers (DGA ) report is a useful documentation that aids distributors, manufacturers, suppliers, customers, investors & individuals who are interested in this market. With a view to deepen the scope of the analysis, the report also tracks milestone developments and regulations that have shaped the Smart Grid Technology market thus far.
  • Patricia Heaton Speaks Out Against CBS' Lauding of Iceland's Down Syndrome Abortions

    Patricia Heaton Speaks Out Against CBS' Lauding of Iceland's Down Syndrome Abortions

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    And I think that is more right than seeing it as a murder - that's so black and white. Palin has always been an outspoken opponent of abortion - even in the cases of rape and incest. Last year, a popular BBC documentary questioned the rationale behind a controversial new pregnancy screening program for the United Kingdom that indicates the presence of Down syndrome in unborn babies.
  • NCHS: Teen Opioid Overdoses Rise After Years of Decline

    NCHS: Teen Opioid Overdoses Rise After Years of Decline

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    Data also shows more than 80 percent of overdose deaths among teens in 2015 were unintentional. The jump in fatalities was driven by heroin and synthetic opioid use and by an increasing number of deaths among teenage girls. In fact, the teenage deaths fell in 2008, and from 2012 to 2014, it dropped to as low as three per 100,000. Most of the deaths were accidental and were mainly caused by heroin , researchers found.
  • Johnny Depp meets Vancouver patients dressed as Capt. Jack Sparrow

    Johnny Depp meets Vancouver patients dressed as Capt. Jack Sparrow

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    Johnny Depp has brought cheer to young patients at a Vancouver children's hospital after paying them a visit as Pirates of the Caribbean characterCaptain Jack Sparrow. In April, a group of Disneyland visitors got the surprise of their lives when midway through the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, Depp appeared in character! .
  • Less Sleep Tied to Diabetes Risk in Children

    Less Sleep Tied to Diabetes Risk in Children

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    On average, their parents reported they slept 10 hours a night, with 95 percent sleeping between eight and 12 hours. Inadequate sleep for children is linked to lower academic performance, irritability and behavior problems, difficulty concentrating, and now even an increased risk of type 2 diabetes , according to Bracho-Sanchez.
  • Supreme Court orders NIA probe into Kerala woman's conversion and marriage case

    Supreme Court orders NIA probe into Kerala woman's conversion and marriage case

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    Appearing before the Kerala high court , Hadiya had said she converted to Islam before she met Shafin, Hindustan Times reported . A bench comprising Chief Justice JS Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud had taken serious note of the objection raised by the counsel for Shafin Jahan (from Kerala) that he was opposing the NIA's plea to peruse the investigation record of the case.
  • Why More Expensive Wine Tastes Better

    Why More Expensive Wine Tastes Better

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    The phenomenon that identical products are perceived differently due to differences in price is called the "marketing placebo effect". It wasn't clear to what extent people could train their taste buds to reduce the effect of these brain impulses based on price .
  • Fit but fat is a myth, study from Europe finds

    Fit but fat is a myth, study from Europe finds

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    No amount of extra weight is good for your heart, no matter how fit you are by other measures, new British research shows. They found that being overweight or obese was associated with a more than 25 percent higher risk of developing coronary heart disease , even in people who did not have any other markers that reflected an increased risk of heart disease.
  • Ex-Man United man Wes Brown has a new club, aged 37

    Ex-Man United man Wes Brown has a new club, aged 37

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    After finishing second in the Indian Super League last season, the Blasters are looking to improve their squad and have been linked with a move for Brown's former United teammate Dimitar Berbatov, who is now a free agent after leaving Greek outfit PAOK.
  • DJI announces pending fix for drones following Army ban

    DJI announces pending fix for drones following Army ban

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    But news of the new local data mode didn't break until after the U.S. Army issued instructions earlier this month directing users to stop using all DJI products, citing unspecified "cyber vulnerabilities". Army's unprompted restriction on DJI drones as we were not consulted during their decision", the company had said at the time. DJI has admitted to having "accelerated" its efforts to get the new feature rolled out by the end of the next month.
  • Rare Fungus Found in UK Hospital Patients

    Rare Fungus Found in UK Hospital Patients

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    It can cause bloodstream infections which can, in extreme cases, be fatal. The first case of infection in Britain was in 2013. A concerted effort to improve hygiene in hospitals led to a halving in the rate of infections by 2008 and they have been reduced further still.
  • First human West Nile virus case confirmed in Butte County

    First human West Nile virus case confirmed in Butte County

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    It is a man in his 50s from Glen Ellyn, according to the DuPage County Health Department. Infected mosquitoes were also found in North Branford and Planfield. The Health Department has a map of mosquito collection sites on its website at www.dupagehealth.org/casemaps . Public health suggests wearing a long-sleeved shirt and trousers, especially in mosquito-prone areas, as well as wearing bug repellent containing DEET.
  • Taylor Swift wins groping lawsuit

    Taylor Swift wins groping lawsuit

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    At the time that Swift initially accused Mueller of grabbing her butt, he was sacked from his position at KYGO radio station as the co-host of Ryno and Jackson two days after the incident. He didn't touch my arm. "He grabbed my bare ass". While Mueller testified he never grabbed Swift, she insisted she was groped. "I never have said anything different".
  • MS has 25 West Nile cases, 1 death this year

    MS has 25 West Nile cases, 1 death this year

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    Likewise, Alabama's McMillan and Alabama State Veterinarian Dr. McMillan and state veterinarian Dr Tony Frazier recommend that horses be vaccinated every six months against both viruses. WNV is transmitted to humans primarily by the common house mosquito, and possibly by Asian tiger mosquitoes. The horse usually is completely paralyzed and dies two to four days after symptoms start.
  • Tiger Woods had 5 drugs in his system at DUI arrest

    Tiger Woods had 5 drugs in his system at DUI arrest

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    Also present were the powerful painkiller hydromorphone; anxiety drug alprazolam (also known as Xanax); sleep drug zolpidem (also known as Ambien) and THC, which is a chemical component of marijuana. Woods ultimately took responsibility for his actions, chalking the situation up to as an unexpected reaction to prescription medication. I'm right on schedule.
  • Stephen Ward signs new Burnley contract extension until 2019

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    The 31-year-old, who joined the Clarets from Wolverhampton Wanderers in August 2014, has penned a fresh deal until the summer of 2019, while the contract includes the option to extend for a further 12 months. Ward only made nine top-flight appearances in his first season at the club due to injury, but he became a frequent fixture in Dyche's starting XI towards the second half of their promotion campaign in 2015-16, when Ben Mee moved inside to partner Michael Keane.
  • Security tightened in Delhi ahead of Independence Day

    Security tightened in Delhi ahead of Independence Day

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    The Congress on Monday asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to apologise to the country in his Independence Day address for the death of over 60 children at a State-run hospital in Uttar Pradesh's Gorakhpur district, from where sitting Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has been elected five times.
  • Half-million affected by cholera in Yemen — WHO report

    Half-million affected by cholera in Yemen — WHO report

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    Waste and trash collection has stopped in major cities, and hygiene and sanitation conditions have affected the country's water supply. Firas Khatib, 33, was greeted... These doctors and nurses are the backbone of the health response. Tedros said saving lives in Yemen means supporting the health system. World Health Organization and its partners have continued "working around the clock " to support the national efforts to halt the outbreak.
  • Fleas In Arizona Confirmed Positive For The Plague

    Fleas In Arizona Confirmed Positive For The Plague

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    According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC ), 15 humans had been infected with the Bubonic plague in 2015. One week ago, fleas on prairie dogs in Coconino County tested positive for the disease. Fleas latched on to rodents and small animals, eventually spreading to humans as smaller, localized epidemics broke out in California cities like Los Angeles in 1924.
  • Trump calls out CNN reporter as 'fake news'

    Trump calls out CNN reporter as 'fake news'

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    He explicitly showed his anger when, after a signing ceremony later in the day, he was asked by reporters about the delayed reaction seen around the world. They have been condemned. You're fake news. Thank you everybody'. As he was leaving, Acosta shouted a question at Trump about Charlottesville, wondering when he was going to hold a press conference on the tragedy.