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How to improve the skills of tomorrow's doctors

Oct 05, 2017 03:31 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

Imagine youre inside an ambulance racing to the emergency room with the lights and sirens blaring. You and your nine-year-old daughter were in a car accident; she is unconscious and bleeding. The paramedic has initiated an...

The opioid epidemic in 6 charts

Oct 05, 2017 03:23 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

Drug overdose deaths, once rare, are now the leading cause of accidental death in the Unites States, surpassing peak annual deaths caused by motor vehicle accidents, guns and HIV infection. As a former public health...

Drug resistance: how we keep track of whether antibiotics are being used responsibly

Oct 02, 2017 05:44 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

While we know increasing numbers of bacteria all over the world are becoming more resistant to existing antibiotics, we need to learn more about how antibiotics are being used in healthcare settings. We know overuse and...

How investing in public health could cure many health care problems

Oct 02, 2017 05:40 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

Now that the Cassidy-Graham bill has been pulled, its a good time to think about concrete ways to improve health and health care in our country. Despite advances in medicine, U.S. health care spending grew to US$3.2...

Don't take opioids off the market - make it harder to abuse them

Oct 02, 2017 05:37 am UTC| Insights & Views Health

How can we combat the opioid epidemic? One of the governments most recent suggestions is to take Opana ER, an opioid indicated for very severe pain, off the market. The request, filed by the U.S. Food and Drug...

An ethical dilemma for doctors: When is it OK to prescribe opioids?

Sep 25, 2017 07:15 am UTC| Insights & Views Health Law

Americas opioid crisis is getting worse. The role of prescription opioids has both the medical establishment and the government justifiably worried. In response, the National Academies of Science, Engineering and...

Hundreds Of Dead Babies Caused By Flint Lead Water, Study Suggests

Sep 25, 2017 06:29 am UTC| Science Health

The Flint, Michigan water crisis is making waves yet again as a recent study shows how Lead in the water caused numerous fetuses to die and the birth rate to decline in the area. This is a problem that researchers have...

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Economy

UK gilts slump after wage growth remains upbeat in August; investors await September retail sales

The UK gilts slumped Wednesday after the countrys wage growth remained upbeat during the month of August, adding to riskier sentiments among the investors. Further, investors now wait to watch the countrys retail sales for...

FxWirePro: UK unemployment report preview

The UK continues to suffer political trouble since the last election, where Prime Minister Theresa Mays Conservative Party fell short of an outright majority in the Parliament and is being forced to govern a minority...

EUR/PLN likely to witness further downside over near-term, says Commerzbank

The EUR/PLN currency pair is expected to witness further downside risks over the near-term, driven by concerns about accelerating inflation and possible rate hikes next year, according to the latest report from...

New Zealand bonds jump at close after dairy prices decline for second straight month

The New Zealand bonds jumped at the time of closing Wednesday after Global dairy prices slumped for the second time in a row at an auction held early on Wednesday, suggesting an earlier rally was running out of steam....

FxWirePro: The Day Ahead- 18th October 2017

Not many economic data and events scheduled for today but some with high volatility risks associated. Upcoming: Eurozone: ECB President Mario Draghi is set to deliver a speech at 8:10 GMT. August construction...

Politics

As China prepares for its Communist Party congress, what will it mean for the rest of the world?

Of Chinese President Xi Jinpings many achievements in his time in office about which much will be made in the official propaganda one of the most surprising was the more confident and assertive approach to foreign policy...

Las Vegas: the US is racked with impossible divisions over rights and freedoms

In the immediate aftermath of the October 2 Las Vegas massacre the USs 273rd mass shooting in 2017 alone it seems neither President Donald Trump nor his Republican colleagues will entertain a review of current gun...

Trump speaks at the UN: 5 takeaways

It is a short distance from Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue to the United Nations headquarters on First Avenue, but these are different worlds. Donald Trumps native world is one of unilateralism and competition, with more than...

Angela Merkel wins a fourth term in office – but it won't be an easy one

Angela Merkel will continue as chancellor of Germany. But following an election that saw the rise of smaller parties most notably the far right her fourth term will probably be an eventful one in ways she would not wish...

US under Trump Series: President Trump signs new travel ban with additional countries as old one expires

President Trump has signed a new executive order travel ban that was first initiated on the very first week after his inauguration and created quite a furore not only within the United States but around the world too. The...

Science

New Treatment For Blindness Gets FDA Panel Recommendation, First Of Its Kind

Providing hope to thousands of people suffering from hereditary blindness, advisers for the US Food and Drug Administration just gave a critical recommendation to a new type of treatment. Using gene therapy, the treatment...

VP Mike Pence Heads NASA’s Revived Moon Council, SpaceX To Do The Heavy Lifting

After months of hinting that a Lunar mission is in the works, US vice-president Mike Pence announced via The Wall Street Journal op-ed that NASA would be sending humans to the moon. The article was published just before...

Scientists Makes Hydrogen Fuel Production Cheaper With Seawater And New Nanomaterial

Solar and wind energy might be the renewable resources that are growing in popularity, but hydrogen fuel has proven to be incredibly reliable and powerful as well. Now, a University of Central Florida (UCF) scientist has...

Ikea Now Has Indoor Vertical Farm, Huge Potential For Solar Partnership

With the worlds climate constantly becoming hotter by the year, industries such as farming are going to experience massive problems such as drought and daylight heat thats too much for plants to handle. Thats why products...

Genome editing of human embryos broadens ethics discussions

For several years, scientists have experimented on human embryos with a powerful genome editing tool called CRISPR to see if they could correct genetic errors or reduce the risk of disease. In September, Kathy Niakan at...

Technology

EA Axes Yet Another Studio, Shuts Down Dead Space Developer

Entertainment Arts (EA) has earned a reputation for buying video game studios and ruining them, and it seems it has done it again. This time, the victim is Visceral Games, the studio behind the Dead Space series. EA just...

Google AI Creates Better AI Than What Humans Can Develop

Just to prove that practically no one is safe from being replaced by robots, Google recently revealed that its AutoML project has created another artificial intelligence thats even better than what humans can make. The...

CD Projekt Red Addresses Ex-Employee Complaints Alleging Mistreatment Of Workers

The Polish video game company CD Projekt Red is known for running the digital distribution platform GOG.com and producing the massively popular The Witcher franchise. However, rumors of poor working conditions and...

Google Photos Can Now Recognize Pets, Much Better For Sorting

Tech companies have been able to recognize humans faces for years but now, Google just revealed that it can now recognize pets. Through Google Photos, pictures of pets can automatically be tagged as either dog or cat and...

Netflix Revenue Could Exceed $11B, To Spend $8B On Original Content In 2018

The movie streaming mega giant Netflix is on track to exceed expectations with regards to its revenue by racking up $11 billion. This is largely being attributed to the growth of faster internet access and the spread of...
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October 18 14:30 UTC Released

BRForeign Exchange Flows*

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1.261 Bln USD

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0.980 Bln USD

October 18 13:00 UTC Released

RUReal Wages YY

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2.6 %

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3.9 %

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3.7 %

October 18 23:50 UTC 327327m

JPForeign Bond Investment

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Previous

89.2 Bln JPY

October 18 23:50 UTC 327327m

JPForeign Invest JP Stock

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Forecast

Previous

1235.3 Bln JPY

October 18 23:50 UTC 327327m

JPExports YY*

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14.9 %

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18.1 %

October 18 23:50 UTC 327327m

JPImports YY*

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15.0 %

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15.2 %

October 18 23:50 UTC 327327m

JPTrade Balance Total Yen*

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559.8 Bln JPY

Previous

113.6 Bln JPY

October 19 00:00 UTC 337337m

KRBank of Korea Base Rate*

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Forecast

Previous

1.25 %

October 19 00:00 UTC 337337m

ID7-Day Reverse Repo*

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Forecast

4.25 %

Previous

4.25 %

October 19 00:00 UTC 337337m

IDDeposit Facility Rate*

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Forecast

3.50 %

Previous

3.5 %

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