New diabetes drugs can reduce the risk of heart and kidney diseases

The medicine also led to a reduced risk of hospitalization for heart failure and protection against kidney function decline. Professor Bruce Neal, of The George Institute for Global Health , said the findings, which were presented at the American Diabetes Association Conference in San Diego, were exciting and offered real hope to people suffering from type 2 diabetes.

May's fate as Prime Minister hangs in the balance

The British PM's bet that she could strengthen her hand by crushing "a weak opposition Labour Party " backfired spectacularly on Thursday. In remarks delivered at his north London constituency's election count, Corbyn said May called the election to get a new mandate and the "mandate she got was one of lost support".

GJM protest escalates in Darjeeling

GJM protest escalates in Darjeeling

Chief Minister Banerjee branded the GJM protest as "abhorrent" and appealed to the people of the region to maintain peace. "I know how to respond to the challenge". "We want Central intervention". The leaders said that the signboards where Bengali is written will be removed and only English and Nepali would be allowed in the hills.

Puerto Rico Votes For Statehood In A Flawed Election

Following the ballot, Puerto Rico's governor announced that his nation has overwhelmingly voted "yes" in the non-binding referendum to join the U.S. Governor Ricardo Rossello, an integration advocate, struggled to find the support in Washington without success. But those who did vote were looking into the future.

Dining Chairs Market Global Insights and Trends to 2022

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Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines to join forces vs militants

Governments across the region have been on high alert since Islamic State-linked militants, mostly from Southeast Asian countries, overran a city in the southern Philippines about three weeks ago. Jose Maria Cuerpo, commander of a Philippine Army brigade fighting in Marawi. Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte said on Sunday he had not expected the battle for Marawi to be as serious as it has turned out, adding it had now emerged "that Baghdadi himself , the leader of the ISIS, has ...