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|First-ever Blood Test for Detecting Brain Injury Cleared by FDA - Youre throwing a football around in the yard with your neighbors. While stretching out as far as you can to catch the pass, you slam your head hard against a pole going for the ball. Seeing stars and feeling confused, you take a seat. Wouldnt it be nice if a test could say whether you have a brain injury? |
|UN: Gaza Requires Changed Political Reality to Avoid Total Collapse - The lack of a political process to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict continues to be the single largest impediment to Palestinian development, and an escalation in hostilities could completely break down service delivery in Gaza, a United Nations report said Friday.|
|Mattis Describes Middle East Trip as Successful In Building Unity -
Defense Secretary James N. Mattis said his recently concluded Middle East trip was successful, adding that collaboration, the spirit of shared understanding and unity were what he took away from his official meetings with heads of state and military and diplomatic leaders.
|Mattis Meets With Bahraini Leaders - Defense Secretary James N. Mattis met with His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and Crown Prince Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa March 14 at Al-Safriya Palace in Manama, Bahrain.|
|Defense Official Says Russia Complicit in Syrian Deaths - Russia has not lived up to its promises on Syria, a senior Pentagon official said here today. |
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