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More Illnesses Reported as Salmonella Outbreak Traced to Eggs Spreads

More Illnesses Reported as Salmonella Outbreak Traced to Eggs Spreads

The CDC is continuing to urge consumers, restaurants and retailers not to eat, serve, or sell recalled eggs produced by Rose Acre Farms' farm in Hyde County, North Carolina. The grocery stores are located in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, West Virginia, Virginia, Colorado, North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida.


Sudden dust storm hits Delhi, NCR; 40 flights diverted

Sudden dust storm hits Delhi, NCR; 40 flights diverted

Operations at the Delhi airport came to a halt due to the dust storm. Earlier, Delhiites woke up to a hot morning on Sunday, with minimum temperature settling at 30.6 degrees C, five degrees above normal. The strong winds knocked down a number of trees in the city. # 07:16 PM: Delhi: Metro services between Indraprastha and Karol Bagh metro stations disrupted after a tree fell on the tracks of the route between Rajiv Chowk to RK Ashram metro stations.


National Nurses Week concludes Saturday

National Nurses Week concludes Saturday

He was addressing the International Nurses Day celebration gathering at the DBT hall, Naga Hospital Authority Kohima, Saturday, which was held under the theme "Health is a Human Right". "But this number is not sufficient", the President said. Congratulating the awardees, the President said they display India's unity in diversity. On the occasion, Union Health minister JP Nadda gave away National Florence Nightingales Awards for Nurses.


This man's blood has saved the lives of two million babies

This man's blood has saved the lives of two million babies

If left untreated, the baby can suffer brain damage or die. The illness develops when the pregnant women having Rh negative blood type carries baby having Rh positive blood, which the baby inherits from the father. "And more than 17% of women in Australia are at risk, so James has helped save a lot of lives". The Anti-D injections work by preventing the woman's body from developing potentially harmful antibodies during pregnancy that could affect her next pregnancy.