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On the heels of Facebook's decision to undergo an audit by industry watchdog the Media Rating Council, Google has agreed to have its metrics vetted, too. The Alphabet-owned site is opening up YouTube ad inventory and ad-buying platforms DoubleClick Manager and AdWords that allow for the MRC to track stats including viewability and how long...
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Fathers given boosts of the hormone oxytocin show increased activity in brain regions associated with reward and empathy when viewing photos of their toddlers, new research shows. Our findings add to the evidence that fathers, and not just mothers, undergo hormonal changes that are likely to facilitate increased empathy and motivation to care for their children, says lead author James Rilling, an anthropologist at Emory University and director of the Laboratory for Darwinian Neuroscience. They also suggest that oxytocin, known to play a role in social bonding, might someday be used to normalize deficits in paternal motivation, such as in men suffering from postpartum depression. Scientists say the study, published in the journal Hormones and Behavior , is the first to look at the influence of both oxytocin and vasopressin—another hormone linked to social bonding—on brain function in human fathers.
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A Perth boy is to undergo another psychological assessment to ensure his plea is valid, before he can be sentenced for sexually penetrating a younger boy and threatening to kill him.
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“What they’ll do is they’ll say, ‘we can see that you’re very stressed out by all of this, and we want to help you, so, we’re going to refer you to the office of medical services so you can undergo some psychological counseling to help you sleep at night and make you better and get rid of your anxiety, so, we’re going to set up an appointment for you to meet with a psychologist.’ Now, where do you suppose that goes? The interview’s over, the document is falsified, ’employee is paranoid, obsessive-compulsive, and disgruntled.’ That goes in the file, so if it ever does get to the Congress or Senate or court, they pull it out and say, ‘well look, he or she went under an evaluation and they’re basically unstable, end of story, shut the case down.’ ” ~ Kevin Shipp 5.) Internal Investigation by the Offices of Inspectors General Inspector generals are presented as an objective and honest safeguard in the bureaucratic process, however this is not always true.
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Shortlisted candidates from the second round will undergo interviews for full-time roles at DBS Asia Hub 2. The bank has collaborated with leading technology providers such as Amazon Web Services, Cloudera and Pivotal for conducting the hackathon, according to a release.
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To be classified as a spaceport, sites will need to be licensed. They won't need to undergo major works, but will have to be able to refuel rockets. The vast majority of take-offs will be horizontal, rather than vertical.
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JOHOR BARU: The Sultan of Johor, Sultan Ibrahim Almarhum Sultan Iskandar, did not give any order prohibiting children under 18 from going out without parental supervision after 10pm. In a statement uploaded on his official Facebook page today, Sultan Ibrahim denied giving the directive, which went viral on social media. "Sultan Ibrahim denies and rejects the false statement disseminated via social media. Please be informed that the palace did not issue the order," said the statement on Facebook. The purported message, which went viral last night, claimed that the Sultan of Johor had decreed that all children under 18 not be allowed to go out without adult supervision after 10pm with immediate effect following the cycling tragedy involving eight teenage boys. The message also alleged that parents who did not adhere to the order would have to undergo two months of counselling.
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BOGOTA: An explosion injured at least 26 people in the Colombian capital Sunday, most of them police guarding a bullring that had been targeted by protests on reopening last month, officials said. "We condemn the attack with explosives. An unacceptable use of violence. We are told police officers are injured. There are no mortal victims," Interior Minister Juan Fernando Cristo said on Twitter. The defence ministry said 26 people were injured, two of them civilians and the rest police. The city hall put the figure of injured at 30, saying four were civilians. Six of them had to undergo surgery and four of the police may lose eyes due to injuries from flying fragments, Defence Minister Luis Carlos Villegas told reporters after visiting the hospital where they were treated. The explosion struck near the Plaza Santamaria bullring in the Macarena district.
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The next morning, I was transferred in a police vehicle while handcuffed to Afula hospital to undergo the necessary check-ups. After several hours of waiting, I was diagnosed with “appendicitis” and the doctors decided an urgent surgery.” Saeedeh continued. Saeedeh continued: “During the surgery it was revealed that the appendicitis had exploded in my abdomen. I remained in hospital under treatment and monitoring for 22 days. Despite the severe pain and weakness I was suffering, my hands and feet were cuffed at all times to the bed, and policemen and guards were present inside and outside my room. My mother was able to visit me 3 times in hospital.”.... http://www.silwanic.net/index.php/article/news/76834 Palestinian prisoner's health condition deteriorates in Israeli custody RAMALLAH (Ma‘an) 18 Feb The health condition of Palestinian prisoner Walid Ghaith from the occupied West Bank district of Hebron has severely deteriorated recently, the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society (PPS) said on Saturday.
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Sarah Boyle, 26, from Staffordshire, says she was encouraged to undergo a biopsy after her son Teddy, now one, repeatedly rejected her right breast while feeding.
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Daimler has announced that the Mercedes Untertürkheim plant in Stuttgart will soon undergo a number of changes to prepare it for the future of electric mobility . Read more »
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A woman was unfortunately diagnosed with cancer. She decided to completely change her diet and cure the illness. Five years ago, Candice Marie Fox was given 5 years to live due to her thyroid cancer which had spread to her organs. Devastated, she refused chemotherapy and instead started consuming 3 pineapples a day together with lemon, kiwi, grapefruit, bananas, apples and papaya (watch the video below). Today she is 31 and very healthy and alive; she managed to defeat fourth stage cancer in 6 months! After couple of misfortunes she faced in her life due to cancer and chemotherapy (she lost her 13 year old cousin and her 31 year old friend Jamie), she refused to undergo chemo and instead decided to research natural ways to fight cancer; she soon discovered that pineapples, papaya and kiwi were rich in bromelain and bromelain destroys the protein layer of the cancer.
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