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trump’s immigration order could stop medical careers before they begin


o n friday evening, president donald trump signed an executive order halting immigration from syria, iran, iraq, libya, somalia, sudan, and yemen. it’s a reckless order that has sweeping implications for the medical community and its future generations. in march, medical students and graduates of foreign medical schools will learn if they matched with a residency…






diseases dictionary medical


completely offline & free medical dictionary app containing medical disorders & diseases with detailed definitions, symptoms, causes and treatment information. this medical disease hand book can act as a clinical advisor for self diagnosis and can also be used to look up symptoms, diseases and treatment. medical diseases dictionary free is like a free doctor at home for common diseases and treatment codes. diseases dictionary free - medical app features: works offline without internet. detailed description of all major medical conditions and diseases. information regarding treatment of diseases for all medical conditions and symptoms along with medication information, medication interaction and drug side effects. medical reference book and thesaurus covering all medical terminol






hofstra medical students rally for affordable care act


advertisement | advertise on newsdayelizabeth hayes, a third-year medical student at hofstra northwell school of medicine, affixes a sticky-note in favor of the affordable care act to a banner at the medical school on monday, jan. 30, 2017. hayes was among nearly 70 hofstra med students participating in a "national day of action" against repeal of the law. (credit: newsday / john paraskevas) medical students at hofstra university rallied monday in support of the affordable care act as plans are under way at the national level to repeal it, joining dozens of medical schools in what was billed as a “national day of action.”nearly 70 students, dressed in lab coats, gathered in the hofstra northwell school of medicine’s lobby for the event promoted on social media as the “donoharm...






medical psychiatric dictionary


ultimate offline & free psychiatric dictionary with complete list of mental disorders, psychiatric diseases and symptoms. medical psychiatric dictionary app features: works offline. a fully functional offline medical dictionary free without internet requirement after first . a pocket hand book for quick reference. frequent updates on latest psychiatric diseases, symptoms, new medical acronyms and abbreviations. psychiatric nursing book free for nursing practitioners and psychiatric meds. a medical learning app for self diagnosis and treatment. for use by learners and doctor students while study during various courses/ examination, tests, pg preparation. uses: this is a thesaurus and dictionary on psychiatry reference. also a general purpose medical term dictionary. useful for studen






kings broadcaster bob miller hospitalized


longtime kings broadcaster bob miller was taken to the hospital urday afternoon after experiencing some discomfort as he prepared for a live broadcast before urday’s nhl all-star skills events at staples center, a team spokesman said.miller, 78, underwent a series of tests and will remain overnight for observation at usc medical center, the kings said via their official twitter account. he had quadruple byp surgery last year and e back this season to work a reduced schedule. his medical history factored into the decision to take him to the hospital, said mike altieri, the kings’ senior vice president of communications and broadcasting.altieri said miller hadn’t been feeling right and was examined on site by medical personnel. as a precaution, the decision was made to have miller undergo ad






1 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


a 23-year-old man was s to death in the belmont-cragin area sunday evening, the second of at least four people s in the city since mid-afternoon, according to police.the man was s in the head about 5:35 p.m. in the 6200 block of west grand avenue on the border between the galewood and belmont central neighborhoods, according to a police media notification. the man was taken to loyola university medical center, where he was pronounced dead. police released no information about the circumstances of the shooting.in the hermosa neighborhood, a 16-year-old boy was s in the right foot about 6:50 p.m. in the 1900 block of north pulaski road, according to police. the boy was walking when he heard s s and felt pain. he went in a private vehicle to sts. mary and elizabeth medical center, where he wa






dorland's medical dictionary


dorland's medical dictionary provides authoritative, concise definitions for a wide range of terms used in the health sciences, including anatomy, physiology, diseases, drugs, tests and procedures and much more. 40, 000 entries and definitions from all areas of medicine. 350 illustrations. audio pronunciations. helpful hints, including information on pronunciation. clear, accessible color layoutthe dictionary is based on the contents of dorland's illustrated medical dictionary, which has set the standard for medical dictionaries for over 110 years. also includes a nced search and language tools that have become the staple of quality language apps from mobisystems, inc. search tools - effortlessly find words thanks to a clear, functional, and easy-to-use interface. intelligent search int






2 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


two men were killed and three other people were wounded in chicago over eight hours sunday, police said.the most recent fatal shooting was at 11 p.m. in the brighton park neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man was killed in the 3500 block of west 38th place. he was standing in the yard of a house when someone fired s s from a silver suv and he was s in the back. he was pronounced dead at the scene.the cook county medical examiner's office identified him as jesse c. montes deoca of the same block where he was killed. he was pronounced dead at 11:30 p.m., the office stated.earlier, about 5:35 p.m., a 23-year-old man was s to death on the northwest side.the man was found with a guns wound to the head in the 6200 block of west grand avenue, on the border between the galewood and belmont central






heart sounds (+ lung sounds)


heart sounds is a leading heart & lung sounds reference application for physicians, medical students, nurses, physician istants, and anyone else in the medical field. it has essential information about murmurs, rubs, gallops, wheezing, and rales in an easy-to-use application. unlike other applications, this application coaches you to understand and interpret heart and lung sounds with sounds, descriptions, diagrams, and a quiz. in addition, this app has lung sounds, which are hard to find in most heart sound applications. the high-quality sounds contained within this application are looped to allow you to listen for days. when you put your headphones on, the sounds come to life (as if you had a stethoscope in your ears). do you think you know what you're listening to? test your know






2 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


two men were killed and three other people were wounded in chicago over eight hours sunday, police said.the most recent fatal shooting happened about 11 p.m. in the southwest side's brighton park neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man was killed in the 3500 block of west 38th place. he was standing in the yard of a house when someone fired s s from a silver suv and he was s in the back. he was pronounced dead at the scene.he was identified as jesse c. montes deoca, of the same block where he was killed, the cook county medical examiner's office said. he was pronounced dead at 11:30 p.m., the office stated.about 5:35 p.m. on the northwest side, a 23-year-old man was s to death.the man was found with a guns wound to the head in the 6200 block of west grand avenue, on the border between the ga






minnesota's medical marijuana program needs more money


st. paul, minn. — minnesota's medical marijuana program needs extra state funding to cover the costs of its patient database and inspections of drug manufacturers, just a few of the regulations that make it one of the most restrictive such laws in the country.it's the latest reminder of the financial constraints on the program borne from the heavy restrictions on minnesota's 2014 law.the plant form of marijuana remains banned under the law, requiring the state's two medical manufacturers to concoct marijuana oils, pills and vapors with routine state inspections and secondary lab testing. just 10 severe conditions such as cancer and epilepsy qualify for the program, a number that has grown in recent years with a few additions.the state's manufacturers combined to lose more than $5 million i






kings broadcaster bob miller hospitalized


longtime kings broadcaster bob miller was taken to the hospital urday afternoon after experiencing some discomfort as he prepared for a live broadcast before urday’s nhl all-star skills events at staples center, a team spokesman said.miller, 78, had quadruple byp surgery last year and e back this season to work a reduced schedule. his medical history factored into the decision to take him to the hospital, said mike altieri, the kings’ senior vice president of communications and broadcasting.altieri said miller hadn’t been feeling right and was examined on site by medical personnel. as a precaution, the decision was made to have miller undergo additional tests.altieri also said miller was in good spirits as he was transported to the [email protected] helene elliott o






2 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


two men were killed and three other people were wounded in chicago over eight hours sunday, police said.the most recent fatal shooting happened about 11 p.m. in the southwest side's brighton park neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man was killed in the 3500 block of west 38th place. he was standing in the yard of a house when someone fired s s from a silver suv and he was s in the back. he was pronounced dead at the scene.he was identified as jesse c. montes deoca, of the same block where he was killed, the cook county medical examiner's office said. he was pronounced dead at 11:30 p.m. after suffering multiple guns wounds, the office determined following an autopsy monday. about 5:35 p.m. on the northwest side, a 23-year-old man was s to death.the man was found with a guns wound to the hea






minnesota's medical marijuana program needs more money


st. paul, minn. — minnesota's medical marijuana program needs extra state funding to cover the costs of its patient database and inspections of drug manufacturers, just a few of the regulations that make it one of the most restrictive such laws in the country.it's the latest reminder of the financial constraints on the program borne from the heavy restrictions on minnesota's 2014 law.the plant form of marijuana remains banned under the law, requiring the state's two medical manufacturers to concoct marijuana oils, pills and vapors with routine state inspections and secondary lab testing. just 10 severe conditions such as cancer and epilepsy qualify for the program, a number that has grown in recent years with a few additions.the state's manufacturers combined to lose more than $5 million i






minnesota's medical marijuana program needs more money


st. paul, minn. — minnesota's medical marijuana program needs extra state funding to cover the costs of its patient database and inspections of drug manufacturers, just a few of the regulations that make it one of the most restrictive such laws in the country.it's the latest reminder of the financial constraints on the program borne from the heavy restrictions on minnesota's 2014 law.the plant form of marijuana remains banned under the law, requiring the state's two medical manufacturers to concoct marijuana oils, pills and vapors with routine state inspections and secondary lab testing. just 10 severe conditions such as cancer and epilepsy qualify for the program, a number that has grown in recent years with a few additions.the state's manufacturers combined to lose more than $5 million i






cops: woman charged with dui said she would have sobered up had she kept driving


a man who was s by police tuesday after he allegedly tried to rob a bank in north riverside and then used elderly man as a "human shield" has died, authorities said.alfonso d. lopez, 41, of berwyn, was pronounced dead at 4:59 p.m. tuesday at loyola university medical center, north riverside...a man who was s by police tuesday after he allegedly tried to rob a bank in north riverside and then used elderly man as a "human shield" has died, authorities said.alfonso d. lopez, 41, of berwyn, was pronounced dead at 4:59 p.m. tuesday at loyola university medical center, north riverside... (ted gregory)






2 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


two men were killed and three other people were wounded in chicago over eight hours monday, police said.the most recent fatal shooting was in the brighton park neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man was killed in the 3500 block of west 38th place. he was standing in the yard of a house when someone fired s s from a silver suv and he was s in the back. he was pronounced dead at the scene.earlier, about 5:35 p.m., a 23-year-old man was s to death on the northwest side.the man was found with a guns wound to the head in the 6200 block of west grand avenue, on the border between the galewood and belmont central neighborhoods, according to a police media notification. the man was taken to loyola university medical center, where he was pronounced dead. police released no information about the circ






tax deductions for driving your car? you bet


america is a nation of drivers. the u.s. has about 214 million licensed drivers, which is about seven of every 10 of us. but did you know that if you drive your car during specific activities, you may be eligible to claim a tax deduction for the miles you drive? i’m guessing a lot more people could claim this deduction than do so. only about 30 percent of all households itemize deductions, and only a subset of these claim the mileage deduction. if you drove your automobile for business, medical reasons, moving for work or in support of a charitable organization, here are the mileage rates you can claim on your 2016 tax return:business: 54 cents per mile (decreasing to 53.5 cents in 2017)medical or moving: 19 cents per mile (decreasing to 17 cents in 2017)charitable purposes: 14 cents per m






police investigating death of woman struck by vehicle in franklin park


franklin park police said they have found nothing suspicious thus far in their investigation after a 66-year-old woman died friday from injuries suffered after she was struck by a vehicle as she was crossing on west grand avenue."it looks like an unfortunate incident," said michael witz, director of police in franklin park.the woman, urszula zielinska of franklin park, was crossing from the north side to the south side of the street at 5:45 p.m. in the 9100 block of west grand avenue when she was struck by an older model nissan xterra driven by a 60-year-old driver from river grove, witz said.the driver had been heading east on grand avenue in the curb lane, witz said.police are continuing to investigate, witz said monday. the driver has not been cited for any criminal offense, witz said.t






minnesota’s medical-marijuana program needs more money


st. paul, minn. (ap) — minnesota’s medical marijuana program needs extra state funding to cover the costs of its patient database and inspections of drug manufacturers, just a few of the regulations that make it one of the most restrictive such laws in the country.it’s the latest reminder of the financial constraints on the program borne from the heavy restrictions on minnesota’s 2014 law.the plant form of marijuana remains banned under the law, requiring the state’s two medical manufacturers to concoct marijuana oils, pills and vapors with routine state inspections and secondary lab testing. just 10 severe conditions such as cancer and epilepsy qualify for the program, a number that has grown in recent years with a few additions.the state’s manufacturers combined to lose more than $5 mill






normal lab values reference


award winning pocket tool for medical laboratory tests, 'normal lab values reference' packs in all that is needed for quick reference in clinical rounds. clinical rotations is where medical references are needed the most, with the highly intuitive interface of 'normal lab values reference', you've got over 200+ lab tests at your fingertips in a way never presented before. the 'normal lab values reference' are clearly arranged, alphabetically ordered and quickly located. the most commonly used clinical laboratory values and other useful relevant information such as biochemistry test, haematology test, immunology test, serology test, microbiology test, molecular test detection, hormone test, sputum test and etc. the application's interface is understandable, easy to navigate. more than 25






animated medical dictionary


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1 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


a 23-year-old man was s to death in the belmont-cragin area sunday evening, the second of at least four people s in the city since mid-afternoon, according to police.the man was s in the head about 5:35 p.m. in the 6200 block of west grand avenue on the border between the galewood and belmont central neighborhoods, according to a police media notification. the man was taken to loyola university medical center, where he was pronounced dead. police released no information about the circumstances of the shooting.in the hermosa neighborhood, a 16-year-old boy was s in the right foot about 6:50 p.m. in the 1900 block of north pulaski road, according to police. the boy was walking when he heard s s and felt pain. he went in a private vehicle to sts. mary and elizabeth medical center, where he wa






1 dead, 3 wounded in chicago shootings


a 23-year-old man was s to death in the belmont-cragin area sunday evening, the second of at least four people s in the city since mid-afternoon, according to police.the man was s in the head about 5:35 p.m. in the 6200 block of west grand avenue on the border between the galewood and belmont central neighborhoods, according to a police media notification. the man was taken to loyola university medical center, where he was pronounced dead. police released no information about the circumstances of the shooting.in the hermosa neighborhood, a 16-year-old boy was s in the right foot about 6:50 p.m. in the 1900 block of north pulaski road, according to police. the boy walking when he heard s s and felt pain. he went in a private vehicle to sts. mary and elizabeth medical center, where he was in






important tips on how to find a new doctor


do you need to change and find a new doctor?the need to find a new doctor may arise from various situations, including moving to a new location or looking for a specialist. patients may also be dis isfied with how their current physicians handle them or provide treatment.regardless of what your reason may be for finding another doctor, you need to do your research and have enough time to choose the right doctor for your health-based needs.reasons for changing doctorslooking for a doctor and leaving the one that you currently have is an important decision. if your physician is relocating or has not performed according to your expectations, the desire for change is understandable.• consider consulting another doctor if your current one does not acknowledge your issues, dismisses your concern






dicomreview - for personal use


dicomreview is the best personal pacs and dicom viewer. it can receive dicom files from ct, mr, dr, pet/ct, etc. it is easy for doctors to check and review dicom studies on phone or pad with this tool. dicomreview supports dicom c-store service. as a c-store-scp, it waits on port 4587 for c-store commands. just treat your phone as a standard pacs terminal. you can send the selected dicom files to other dicom nodes with the standard c-store protocal. if your phone is in the same local network as the medical imaging modality like ct, you can send the studies on the ct console to your phone directly. dicomreview is designed as a part of your smart personal pacs network. after dicomreview is opened, it will ping and search other dicomreviews in the local network, also looking for the existi






normal lab values


normal lab values gives both non-medical readers and health professionals a fast-navigable and clearly structured overview of the main routine laboratory parameters and possible causes of their increase and decrease. each lab contains important clinical information, critical lab values, differential diagnoses and etc. the normal lab values are clearly arranged, alphabetically ordered and quickly located. the most commonly used clinical laboratory values and other useful relevant information such as biochemistry test, haematology test, immunology test, serology test, microbiology test, molecular test detection, hormone test, sputum test and etc. the application's interface is understandable, easy to navigate. more than 250 types of examinations for consultation;-- categories: immunology,






deputies shoot, wound suspect in car prowl that left seattle cop’s son dead


the wounded suspect is in critical condition at harborview medical center.king county sheriff’s deputies on friday night s and wounded a man suspected in the deadly carprowl at a sammamish park.deputies went to an apartment in the 21600 block of 29th avenue south in des moines where they believed the suspect was staying, the sheriff’s office said in a news release. deputies were outside when the suspect and a 16-year-old boy walked out around 10:30 p.m. friday.the man and the teen pulled out handguns when they saw the deputies and three deputies opened fire, striking the suspect, the sheriff’s office said. the teen fled and dropped his handgun, the sheriff’s office said.after a search, deputies determined the teen was inside a nearby apartment. the teen was finally convinced to walk out of






health4me


save time managing your health care. the unitedhealthcare health4me mobile application is designed to help you find the answers you need. whether you want to find physicians or pharmacies near you, check the status of a claim, manage prescriptions or estimate your health care costs, health4me is your go-to resource for everything related to your health and is designed to be: mobile. it goes where you go. use the location search feature to find a physician, pharmacy or facility near you. whether you need a specialist or general practitioner, the largest selection of network doctors is at your command. personal. from emailing your health plan id card information to checking on medical spending accounts, health4me is the resource that is designed to work for you. and you can rest ured that






the latest: police shoot suspect in deadly car prowl


sammamish, wash. — the latest on a deadly car prowl in the seattle suburb of sammamish (all times local):9:15 a.m.authorities in suburban seattle say they have s and wounded a suspect in a deadly car prowl.the seattle times reports urday that (http://bit.ly/2keezlc) the king county sheriff's office tracked the suspect to an apartment late friday and opened fire when a man and a 16-year-old boy emerged and pointed handguns at deputies.the alleged suspect has been wanted since wednesday after running over a man who confronted him in sammamish.the man killed trying to stop the car prowl is the 22-year-old son of a seattle police officer.the alleged suspect is in critical condition at harborview medical center in seattle.his identity has not been released.the teen was arrested early urday.depu






mnsure extends deadline for those seeking premium relief


some minnesotans who buy their health insurance through the mnsure online exchange are getting an extra week to take a ntage of a new 25 percent price reduction funded by the state.mnsure officials announced urday that they are creating a one-week extension of the open enrollment period to buy a 2017 health plan, or to go back and change their plan to take a ntage of the premium reduction.enrollment on the mnsure website will now be available until feb. 8, instead of ending on jan. 31.the announcement from mnsure said the new law provides an automatic 25 percent reduction in health insurance premiums for more than 125,000 minnesotans facing significant price hikes in the 2017 individual market, though some restrictions apply.the reduction is funded by a $312 million state appropriation tha






mnsure extends deadline for those seeking premium relief


some minnesotans who buy their health insurance through the mnsure online exchange are getting an extra week to take a ntage of a new 25 percent price reduction funded by the state.mnsure officials announced urday that they are creating a one-week extension of the open enrollment period to buy a 2017 health plan, or to go back and change their plan to take a ntage of the premium reduction.enrollment on the mnsure website will now be available until feb. 8, instead of ending on jan. 31.the announcement from mnsure said the new law provides an automatic 25 percent reduction in health insurance premiums for more than 125,000 minnesotans facing significant price hikes in the 2017 individual market, though some restrictions apply.the reduction is funded by a $312 million state appropriation tha






quick med diagnosis&treatment


when every second counts, turn to quick medical diagnosis & treatment - the ultimate on-call and office companion. this streamlined, alphabetically arranged reference delivers evidence-based diagnosis and treatment information on more than 950 diseases and disorders regularly encountered in hospital and outpatient settings. this is a fully functional 1-day trial version. features: immediate access to critical information -content derived from current medical diagnosis & treatment (cmdt), the world's most trusted annually updated internal medicine text. disease entries include key features, clinical findings, diagnosis, treatment, outcomes, and evidence. periodical updates to ensure clinical information is accurate and up to dateedited by: maxine a. papadakis - md professor of me






new doctors are valuable resource in small communities


program helps medical students start training in their home state and return to fill the need for health care.about 860 people live in klawock, a town on prince of wales island, alaska. there’s a ferry to ketchikan, and a runway. fish are abundant. and in a few years, the town will have another important resource: dr. stephen ellison.ellison is now a second-year medical student at the uw school of medicine through the alaska wwami program. he grew up in klawock and plans to return home to practice medicine when he finishes his training.“it was my big goal from day one to get into uw,” says ellison. “when your goal is to serve your people, you want the best training you can get.”read morefrom uw school of medicinemedical training that helps patients be heardfive states, one programmost read






off-duty officer among 14 wounded in city shootings


an off-duty cook county officer was one of three people who were wounded in a shooting early urday in the city's gold coast neighborhood, officials said.the shooting happened about 3:30 a.m. in the 1200 block of north state street. police did not release any other details about what led to the shooting.  sophia ansari, spokeswoman for the cook county sheriff's office, said an off-duty cook county courts deputy was wounded in the shooting. she was told the officer was going to be fine. she did not have additional information about the officer's involvement in the shooting, and she said the investigation was being handled by chicago police. an adult man was grazed in the head, and he was listed in good condition at northwestern memorial hospital, chicago police said. a second man was s in th






zamalia


zamalia registers the most famous weed strains, along with its: description- high effects- medical effects- negative effectswhether you are a cannabis patient looking for weed information, or a recreational user heading to an amsterdam coffee shop, zamalia will help you find the weed strains that suits you. with its powerful yet very simple sorting tools, find the best strains for your needs or desire in the list.






one person dead in janesville house fire


janesville, wis. — one person has died in a fire at a home in janesville.police say firefighters were called to a home on south main street around 8 p.m. sunday. several people were able to get out of the house, but one person was found dead inside.wkow-tv (http://bit.ly/2ji4slg ) reports fire and police investigators are conducting a joint investigation with the dane county medical examiner's office.the red cross is isting the family.






brazil businessman eike batista arrested in rio after return from new york


são paulo—brazilian businessman eike batista turned himself in to police monday morning in rio de janeiro following his return from new york, four days after an arrest warrant was issued for the former billionaire. the entrepreneur was arrested at rio´s galeão airport and will be taken immediately for a medical exam, a usual procedure in brazil, and then to a local jail, according to a police spokesman. the entrepreneur, who...






dentist gets $1.1 million fine for identity theft of dead colleague


one new jersey dentist sought to carry on the memory of his deceased colleague in a way that has landed him with a hefty bill. according to the new york daily news, roben brookhim will face a $1.1 million fine for uming the identity of his former ociate, john kirkland jr.read: teen who opened fake medical practice indicted for trying to illegally purchase a carbrookhim, 58, reportedly issued bills to medicaid under kirkland’s identity at ociated dental from 2005 to 2012. in addition to this million dollar fine, brookhim is barred from practicing dentistry for 50 years. in a statement issued by the chief counsel of the inspector general, gregory demske, brookhim’s case will serve as a lesson to those who plan to follow in his illegal footsteps. “this case sends a strong warning that individ






vitalscalc


ever felt like the metric system is too confusing to use for vital signs? well then this app is for you. vitals calculator helps nurses and medical istants to convert vitals from metric to english units or vice versa. it so easy to convert weight, height, and temperature. weight can be simply converted from pounds to kilograms. height can be converted from inches to centimeterstemperature can be converted from fahrenheit to celsius. its so easy to use. ''y'all are going to love using this app. it makes my job so much easier. ''- nurse jana vanna - tulsa, oklahoma.






tunisia attack: man died after delay in going to hospital


image copyrightpaimage caption james and ann mcquire were s by a el pool as they fled a gunman in tunisia a scottish man injured in a terror attack on a tunisian resort died on his way to hospital after a 20-minute wait in an ambulance, an inquest has heard.james mcquire, 66, and his wife ann, 63, were s near a el swimming pool as they tried to flee an islamist gunman in june 2015.the inquest at the high court in london heard mrs mcquire died at the scene.but her husband of 43 years died in the back of an ambulance after the delay in taking him to hospital.seifeddine rezgui killed 38 people - 30 of them britons - at the five-star riu imperial marhaba, near sousse in central tunisia. he was later killed by security forces.the couple, from cumbernauld, north lanarkshire, were on their first






tunisia attack: man died after delay in going to hospital


image copyrightpaimage caption james and ann mcquire were s by a el pool as they fled a gunman in tunisia a scottish man injured in a terror attack on a tunisian resort died on his way to hospital after a 20-minute wait in an ambulance, an inquest has heard.james mcquire, 66, and his wife ann, 63, were s near a el swimming pool as they tried to flee an islamist gunman in june 2015.the inquest at the high court in london heard mrs mcquire died at the scene.but her husband of 43 years died in the back of an ambulance after the delay in taking him to hospital.seifeddine rezgui killed 38 people - 30 of them britons - at the five-star riu imperial marhaba, near sousse in central tunisia. he was later killed by security forces.the couple, from cumbernauld, north lanarkshire, were on their first






gynecology-animated dictionary


the focus animated pocket dictionaries are the world's first ever animated dictionaries that provide definitions of medical terms with the aid of realistic and narrated 3d animations, complimented with text definitions. animated pocket dictionary of gynecology -covers around 100 gynecology related terms and definitions. this is an excellent reference source for health professionals, students and health consumers. this free app has 15 videos, to see the complete list please 'buy' and to play independent of the internet. user review: thank u so much, superb application.






woman fatally injured after vehicle crashes into car wash in lincoln square


a woman died urday after a vehicle crashed through a car wash on the north side in the lincoln square neighborhood.about 9:50 a.m., a 56-year-old man drove a volkswagon golf through a closed overhead door of a car wash in the 5400 block of north damen avenue, police said.a woman who was inside was struck by the door and the vehicle, and ended up pinned between both.the victim was extricated by firefighters, taken to st. francis hospital in evanston and pronounced dead at 10:27 a.m., according to the cook county medical examiner's office and police.the driver stayed at the scene, and the major accident investigation unit was investigating.






arlington heights man dies after car falls on him during repairs


authorities said a 52-year-old arlington heights man was killed urday after a car fell on him while he was making repairs underneath.george schober, of the 300 block of north pine avenue, died of compressional asphyxia, according to the cook county medical examiner's office.schober had been working on a lexus on the driveway of his home around 4 p.m. and was underneath the vehicle when a jack holding up the car gave way, arlington heights police sgt. chuck buczynski said.the death has been ruled an accident, officials said.officials are uncertain as to the exact time of the accident but said schober died at the scene, buczynski [email protected] @kcullotta






1 dead, 1 wounded in chicago shootings


a 23-year-old man was s to death in the belmont-cragin area sunday evening, the second person s in the city since mid-afternoon, according to police.the man was s in the head about 5:35 p.m. in the 6200 block of west grand avenue on the border between the galewood and belmont central neighborhoods, according to a police media notification. the man was taken to loyola university medical center, where he was pronounced dead. police released no information about the circumstances of the shooting.in the englewood neighborhood, a 22-year-old man was s in the 6300 block of south racine avenue about 3 p.m., according to police. the man suffered a guns wound to the left arm and a graze wound to a lower part of the body, and went to a local hospital in a private vehicle. he was in good condition.no






fire strikes little earth reservation home; 1 person burned, 2 children treated


a residential fire in south minneapolis left one person burned, two children needing medical attention and three families displaced from their homes by the blaze, authorities said.the first-floor fire struck one of six connected townhouses about 4 p.m. urday in the 2400 block of o a place on the little earth reservation, fire officials said.firefighters had the blaze under control by about 5:15 p.m. authorities have yet to say what may started the fire.there is no immediate word on the condition of the adult who was burned. the two children were evaluated for smoke inhalation, according to the fire department.the red cross was called in to ist three families, consisting of six adults and seven children, with their immediate needs.






fire strikes south minneapolis home; 1 person burned, 2 children treated


a residential fire in south minneapolis left one person burned, two children needing medical attention and three families displaced from their homes by the blaze, authorities said.the first-floor fire struck one of six connected townhouses about 4 p.m. urday in the 2400 block of o a place on the little earth reservation, fire officials said.firefighters had the blaze under control by about 5:15 p.m. authorities have yet to say what may started the fire.there is no immediate word on the condition of the adult who was burned. the two children were evaluated for smoke inhalation, according to the fire department.the red cross was called in to ist three families, consisting of six adults and seven children, with their immediate needs.






one dead, one injured in shooting near st. paul bar


a man is dead and another is in the hospital following a shooting late sunday in st. paul, police said.officers were called to a “s s fired” near the st. paul saloon in the 1000 block of hudson road around 11:30 p.m., and when they arrived they found two victims with guns wounds. both men were taken by ambulance to regions hospital. one of the men died at the hospital. the second victim was being treated for his injuries, said sgt. mike ernster.“we don’t believe the shooting was random,” ernster added.investigators are trying to learn what led up to the shooting and were still on the scene monday morning.police have not released the names of the victims. the ramsey county medical examiner will positively identify the deceased victim and determine an exact cause of death.no one has been arr






fire strikes south minneapolis home; 1 person burned, 2 children treated


a residential fire in south minneapolis left one person burned, two children needing medical attention and three families displaced from their homes by the blaze, authorities said.the first-floor fire struck one of six connected townhouses about 4 p.m. urday in the 2400 block of o a place on the little earth reservation, fire officials said.firefighters had the blaze under control by about 5:15 p.m. authorities have yet to say what may started the fire.there is no immediate word on the condition of the adult who was burned. the two children were evaluated for smoke inhalation, according to the fire department.the red cross was called in to ist three families, consisting of six adults and seven children, with their immediate needs.paul walsh