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I Accident Lawyer Shares Common Reasons for Insurance Claim Denials, Advises Legal Action

SANTA ANA, Calif., Nov. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Following an automobile accident, drivers depend on insurance companies to help them pay their vehicle repair costs as well as their medical expenses. Submitted auto insurance claims are not always accepted by the insurance company,...


Takeda i Cognition Kit publikują wyniki badań nad wykorzystaniem cyfrowych urządzeń ubieralnych u pacjentów z ciężkimi zaburzeniami depresyjnymi

https://mma.prnewswire.com/media/606987/Takeda_Pharmaceuticals_Logo.jpg?p=captionCAMBRIDGE, Anglia i DEERFIELD, Illinois, 18 listopada 2017 r. /PRNewswire/ -- Firmy Takeda i Cognition Kit ogłosiły dziś, że w trakcie szczytu CNS 2017 w Boca Raton w stanie Floryda, który odbędzie się w dniach 16-19 listopada 2017 r. opublikują wyniki badania pilotażowego MDD-5003...


Moeda at the Blockchain for Social Impact Conference

Financial Inclusion panel at Blockchain for Social Impact Conference, New YorkNEW YORK, Nov. 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Isa Yu, the co-founder of Moeda, the first cooperative banking platform powered by blockchain technology, was invited to speak at the Blockchain for Social Impact Conference this Friday at the Microsoft Technology Center. The event was hosted by the...


Primary Health Care Corporation: 750 Experts Attend the Opening Ceremony of the 3rd International Primary Care Conference

http:http://www.prnewswire.com//mma.prnewswire.com/media/606834/PHCC.jpg?p=captionDOHA, Qatar, November 18, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 700 international healthcare experts, key opinion leaders, primary care specialist, surgeons, physician and health practitioners attended the opening ceremony of the 3rd International Primary Care Conference in Doha last night....


NBC Boston Responds: Explosive Claim


Kellie McCann is happy to have her laundry room in working order again, after her 5-year-old Kenmore washing machine recently exploded.
Friday’s top 25 basketball roundup: Duke avoids letdown, gets past Southern

DURHAM, N.C. — Wendell Carter Jr. had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 1 Duke beat Southern 78-61 on Friday night.

Marvin Bagley III added 19 points and 11 rebounds, and Grayson Allen finished with 10 points for the Blue Devils (4-0), who were coming off a victory over No. 2 Michigan State three nights earlier.

Duke showed several classic symptoms of a letdown, finishing with a season-high 15 turnovers, shooting just 4 of 20 from 3-point range and for a while struggling to keep Southern off the offensive glass before regrouping to finish with a 51-34 rebounding advantage.

(4) KANSAS 98, SOUTH DAKOTA STATE 64: Svi Mykhailiuk scored a career-high 27 points, Lagerald Vick finished with 22 and host Kansas (3-0) routed Summit League favorite South Dakota State (3-1).

Udoka Azubuike added 17 points and Malik Newman had 13 for the Jayhawks, who shot 60 percent from the field and didn’t commit a turnover until midway through the second half.

(5) VILLANOVA 104, LAFAYETTE 57: Mikal Bridges set a school record by hitting all six of his 3-point shots and scored a career-high 24 points for Villanova (3-0) in a rout of Lafayette (0-3) at Allentown, Pennsylvania.

Jalen Brunson added 22 points and hit 4 of 6 3s in another dominant performance by the Wildcats, who made 16 of 30 from long range.

(7) KENTUCKY 78, EAST TENNESSEE STATE 61: Quade Green scored a career-high 21 points, Kevin Knox had 17 points with 10 rebounds and host Kentucky (3-1) overcame an early 18-8 deficit to run away from East Tennessee State (1-2).

WOMEN

(1) CONNECTICUT 82, (20) CALIFORNIA 47: Crystal Dangerfield, Kia Nurse and Napheesa Collier all scored 14 points to help the top-ranked Huskies (2-0) rout California (1-1) at Storrs, Connecticut.

UConn trailed 4-3 early before scoring 23 of the next 25 points to take command of the game.

(2) TEXAS 120, TEXAS-SAN ANTONIO 70: Jada Underwood scored 19 points, Brooke McCarty had 18 and Texas (3-0) cruised past Texas-San Antonio (1-3) at Austin.

Underwood set career bests in scoring and rebounding (nine) while playing 21 minutes.

(9) OHIO STATE 95, QUINNIPIAC 63: Kelsey Mitchell scored 32 points, Linnae Harper had a second consecutive double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds, and host Ohio State (3-1) beat Quinnipiac (0-3).

NBA roundup: Miami holds off Washington

WASHINGTON — The Miami Heat nearly wasted a terrific defensive effort against John Wall and the high-scoring Washington Wizards, allowing a 25-point lead to dwindle to one before holding on for a 91-88 victory Friday night.

Hassan Whiteside had 22 points and 16 rebounds for the Heat, who limited the Wizards to 29 first-half points – Washington’s lowest output for a half in more than two years. Wall wound up with only eight points on 3-of-12 shooting. His first points of the night came with about five minutes left on a 3-pointer that got Washington to 75-71.

Overall, the Wizards made 38.1 percent of their field-goal attempts. Still, they within 89-88 after a pair of free throws by Otto Porter Jr. James Johnson, who finished with 20 points, made one free throw with 6.5 seconds left. That left Washington with the ball down by two, but Bradley Beal missed a 17-foot pull-up jumper and Miami rebounded, then tacked on a free throw.

Beal led Washington with 26 points and 10 rebounds.

The Wizards came in on a four-game winning streak, including a 102-93 victory their last time out, at Miami on Wednesday.

RAPTORS 107, KNICKS 84: Kyle Lowry matched his season high with 22 points and added 10 assists, DeMar DeRozan also scored 22 and Toronto won at home for its eighth consecutive victory against New York.

Toronto played without two injured starters in forward Serge Ibaka (swollen left knee) and guard Norman Powell (right hip). Reserve guard Delon Wright (dislocated right shoulder) also was unavailable.

C.J. Miles scored 14 points for Toronto. Pressed into the starting lineup, second-year forward Pascal Siakam scored 13 points and rookie forward O.G. Anunoby had 11.

PACERS 107, PISTONS 100: Reserve guard Lance Stephenson scored all 13 of his points in the fourth quarter, including a key 3-pointer in the final few minutes, and Indiana rallied from 22 down at Indianapolis.

The shot clock was about to expire when Stephenson launched from well beyond the arc to give the Pacers a 101-97 lead with 2:03 remaining.

It was one of the six 3s the Pacers made in seven fourth-quarter attempts as Indiana outscored Detroit 36-19 over the final 12 minutes.

CAVALIERS 118, CLIPPERS 113: LeBron James scored 39 points, Kevin Love added 25 and Cleveland won its fourth straight, in overtime at home, to send Los Angeles to its seventh straight loss.

Love drained a pair of 3-pointers in overtime when the Cavs outscored the Clippers 13-8. Dwyane Wade added 23 points and 11 rebounds for Cleveland.

SPURS 104, THUNDER 101: LaMarcus Aldridge had 26 points and San Antonio overcame a 23-point deficit at home.

Danny Green added 17 points and Pau Gasol had 14 to help San Antonio end Oklahoma City’s three-game winning streak.

NETS 118, JAZZ 107: Spencer Dinwiddie scored a career-high 25 points for Brooklyn at home.

Allen Crabbe had 18 points and DeMarre Carroll added 17 for the Nets, who snapped a two-game losing streak.

BULLS 123, HORNETS 120: Justin Holiday scored 27 points and Chicago won at home, overcoming a 47-point outburst by Kemba Walker to snap their five-game losing streak.

Walker finished five points shy of his career high but missed a driving layup with Charlotte trailing by one in the closing seconds.

NOTES

NETS: Guard D’Angelo Russell had arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.

No timetable for his return was announced.

RAPTORS: Backup guard Delon Wright has a dislocated right shoulder.

Wright was injured Wednesday night in the second quarter of a victory against New Orleans. The Raptors said tests confirmed “an injury consistent with a dislocated right shoulder.”

Boston Police Investigate Assault Attempt in North End


Boston Police are investigating an attempted indecent assault in the city's busy North End.

Photo Credit: Boston Police
Friday’s Maine college roundup: UMaine tops BU in hockey

ORONO — Patrick Shea and Canon Pieper each had a goal and an assist and the University of Maine men’s hockey team won its second straight, defeating Boston University 5-2 in a Hockey East game Friday night.

Pieper and Brendan Robbins scored 21/2 apart to send the Black Bears (5-5, 3-3 Hockey East) to a 3-1 lead 7:06 into the second period.

Brady Keeper and Patrick Holway also scored for Maine. Jeremy Swayman made 40 saves.

Logan Cockerill and Kasper Kotkansalo scored for the Terriers (5-8-1, 3-5-2).

USM 4, CASTLETON 3: Michael Taormina and Patrick Magliano each scored twice for the Huskies (1-3-1) in a win over the Spartans (2-4) in Rutland, Vermont.

Taormina scored midway through the third to break a 2-2 tie, and Magliano added his second goal four minutes later.

SALVE REGINA 8, UNE 3: Timothy Sweeney and Shaun Patry each scored twice as the Seahawks (5-1, 4-1 CCC) cruised past the Nor’easters (2-2-1, 2-2-1) in Portsmouth, Rhode Island.

The Seahawks scored four times in the third after the Nor’easters cut the lead to 4-3 on Tyler Seltenreich’s second goal of the game.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

BOWDOIN 3, COLBY 2: Maureen Greason scored her second goal of the game on a power play with 4:46 remaining to give the Polar Bears the edge in a NESCAC opener at Brunswick.

Izzi Stoddard added a goal for Bowdoin.

Anna Cosentino and Moira Mullaney scored for Colby.

UNE 3, CASTLETON 3: Lisa Kilroy scored the tying goal on a power play with less than four minutes left in regulation, and Castleton (3-3-1, 2-2-1 NEHC) fought to a draw against the Nor’easters (1-1-3, 1-1-3) at Rutland, Vermont.

Jessie Scott scored twice for UNE, tying the game 41 seconds into the third. Marykate Drinkwater then gave UNE a 3-2 lead midway through the period.

NORWICH 10, USM 0: Sarah Schwenzfeier scored and had four assists, and Alyssa Hulst and Amanda Conway each scored twice as the Cadets (7-0-1, 5-0 NEHC) downed the Huskies (2-4, 2-3) at Northfield, Vermont.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

UNE 122, ST. JOSEPH’S (BROOKLYN, N.Y.) 102: Daron Hoges Jr. had 24 points, seven rebounds and three steals to lead the Nor’easters (1-1) past the Bears (0-1) in the opening game of UNE’s tip-off tournament in Biddeford.

Matt Hobbs added 16 points for the Nor’easters.

COLBY 72, COLBY-SAWYER 60: Dean Weiner had 10 points, 11 rebounds, four blocks and four steals as the Mules (1-0) defeated the Chargers (0-1) at Biddeford.

Matt Hanna added 14 points and three steals.

BOWDOIN 80, ST. LAWRENCE 74: Jack Simonds had 24 points and 10 rebounds, and the Polar Bears (1-0) held off the Saints (0-1) in the opening round of Westfield State’s tip-off tourney in Westfield, Massachusetts.

David Reynolds added 13 points, while Jack Bors and Liam Farley each chipped in with 12.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

BOWDOIN 76, SKIDMORE 42: Kate Kerrigan scored 13 points to lead four players in double figures, and the Polar Bears downed the Thoroughbreds in an opener at Saratoga Springs, New York.

Abby Kelly scored 12 points, and Taylor Choate and Lauren Petit each added 11 for Bowdoin.

COLBY 52, UMASS-BOSTON 48: Haley Driscoll scored 11 of her 20 points in the fourth quarter, including two free throws with 47 seconds left to put Colby (1-0) up for good against the Beacons (1-1) at Dartmouth, Massachusetts.

Ainsley Burns added 12 points.

UNE 67, CLARKSON 38: Olivia Shaw scored 14 points and Jocelyn Chaput had 12 points,14 rebounds and six assists as UNE (2-0) beat the Golden Knights (1-0) in Plattsburgh, New York.

Sam MacDonald added 12 points and six assists.

BABSON 81, ST. JOSEPH’S 64: Payton Ouimette scored 19 points with 11 rebounds as the Beavers (1-0) beat the Monks (1-1) at Keene, New Hampshire.

Kelsi McNamara and Emily Benway each scored 13 points to pace the Monks.

RIO TINTO SHAREHOLDER ALERT: CLAIMSFILER REMINDS INVESTORS WITH LOSSES IN EXCESS OF $100,000 of Lead Plaintiff Deadline in Class Action Lawsuit Against Rio Tinto PLC - (RIO)

NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- ClaimsFiler, a FREE shareholder information service, reminds investors that they have until December 22, 2017 to file lead plaintiff applications in a securities class action lawsuit against Rio Tinto PLC (NYSE: RIO), if they purchased the...


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