Hospital develops iPhone app to screen for postpartum depression

Yahoo Daily News | 2017-10-19

More He explained, "A woman can fill out a screen, see what the score is and get a prompt about the result and then have a resource page on the app to help them." PHOTO: The MGH Perinatal Depression Scale (MGHPDS) is a free iPhone application for women. (Center for Women's Health LLC/iTunes) More...

New York Supreme Court Denies Domain Name Conversion Claim | 2017-10-19

The New York Supreme Court denied a conversion claim stating domain names are not property, Domain Name Wire reported Thursday. NextEngine Ventures LLC, owned by Michael Gleissner, brought the claim against Network Solutions, the report said. NextEngine Ventures LLC said it had bought the domain...

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Euro zone must seek convergence of living standards -Commission

The Times of India | 2017-10-19

By Jan Strupczewski BRUSSELS, Oct 19 (Reuters) - Wealthier and poorer euro zone countries must equalise their living standards if the single currency is to retain political support, the European Commission's top economic official said. Euro zone governments and institutions are discussing ways to...

Japanese Police Arrest Ripple Exchange Operator For Fraud | 2017-10-19

A Ripple exchange and trading platform manager and operator has been arrested by Tokyo police for allegedly swindling an investor amid a wider investigation of a sweeping fraud, reported. Tokyo police are holding Yuki Takenaka, 31, of Ripple Trade Japan – an exchange enabling...

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Lack of sleep in pregnancy may contribute to gestational diabetes

The Siasat Daily | 2017-10-17

Washington: Pregnant women may develop gestational diabetes due to lack of sleep, a new study suggests. The amount of time spent sleeping has dropped significantly in the past twenty years with almost a quarter of women and 16 percent of men experiencing insufficient sleep. “Links between...

Obesity increases irregular heartbeat in men, new study finds

Deccan Chronicle | 2017-10-17

Washington: Overweight males develop a type of irregular heartbeat, known as Atrial fibrillation, about a decade earlier than women, reveals a recent study. The results indicated that diagnosis rates jumped when men were 50 or older and women were 60 or older. The new atrial fibrillation...

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Letter from Africa: Why Nigeria is failing teachers and pupils

BBC News | 2017-10-18

"Recruitment has also become a nightmare for employers who come across graduates unable to string together five correct sentences" Class sizes are also a big issue. A teacher friend of mine once invited me to her primary school where class sizes ranged from 90 to 120 plus pupils. Even the most...

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Maria Sharapova ready for long-term Serena Williams rivalry ahead of 2018 return

Metro | 2017-10-18

Sharapova is ready to take on Serena again (Picture: Getty) Maria Sharapova is ready to renew her rivalry with Serena Williams in 2018 and believes the pair have ‘many years’ ahead of them at the top of the sport. Novak Djokovic speaks out on chasing Roger Federer's Grand Slam...

Bernard Tomic crashes out of first-round qualifier for Antwerp ATP

Sydney Morning Herald | 2017-10-16

Bernard Tomic's forgettable tennis season has continued, with the 24-year-old losing in the final round of...

Hayward, Lin out for year, and many others in NBA are ailing

This is Money | 2017-10-19

MIAMI (AP) - Brooklyn's Jeremy Lin was horrified to see what happened to Gordon Hayward, whose season almost certainly ended in a most disturbing fashion five minutes into the Celtics' season-opener. A night later, Lin met a similar fate. Here's some of what should be celebrated from the opening...

Sharapova, Puig to assist Puerto Rico

The Japan News | 2017-10-19

The Associated PressSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — Maria Sharapova and Monica Puig will head to Puerto Rico next week to help with recovery efforts following Hurricane Maria. Sharapova, a five-time Grand...

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Police Believe Malta Journalist Most Likely Killed By Remotely Detonated Bomb

A government spokeswoman announced Thursday, authorities believe the bomb killing well-known Malta journalist was detonated remotely — the first details...

This is Money | 2017-10-19

EU pledges more help to Italy to reduce migrant arrivals

BRUSSELS (AP) - European Union leader Donald Tusk says the bloc has agreed to increase funding to help Italy in its efforts to keep migrants from arriving in... | 2017-10-19

Senate Panel Votes For Nominee Opposed By Black Lawmakers

A controversial North Carolina attorney has been narrowly approved in committee to fill the post left vacant since 2005, The Associated Press reported Thursday.... | 2017-10-19

Sled Dogs Test Positive For Drugs For First Time In History of Iditarod Race

Several of the elite sled dogs at the world's most famous sled dog race tested positive for a prohibited drug for the first time ever at the Alaska event,...

Arizona Daily Star | 2017-10-19

5 Dead, 60 Arrested during Togo Protests for Term Limits

LOME, Togo (AP) — Togo's security minister says at least five people have been killed in clashes between security forces and opposition supporters demonstrating...

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Creators Syndicate | 2017-10-19

Media Ignore Real Democratic Scandals

Why the collective liberal media yawn on the multi-headed Democratic scandals surfacing everywhere...

The Washington Post | 2017-10-19

The truth about Congress and financial conflicts

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Al Jazeera | 2017-10-19

The Catalan crisis is not just about nationalism

What is happening in Catalonia is a symptom of much larger crisis that liberal democracies are...

The Washington Post | 2017-10-19

Here's the thing about the demise of dollar diplomacy . ..

Folks are worrying about the dollar again. They should be worrying about something else. ......