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Mirai Nagasu Makes History At The Olympics For Landing A Triple Axel

Mirai Nagasu Makes History At The Olympics For Landing A Triple Axel

Rippon revealed in an interview that in 2014, neither skater made the Sochi Olympics , so they got In-N-Out together and ate at Nagasu's house in misery. In lieu of visiting the White House, Rippon ...

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Flu claims 2 more lives in Clark County

Flu claims 2 more lives in Clark County

While he says there has been a drop in the number of hospitalizations or health care visits due to the virus, it's still bad. Cuomo continues to urge New Yorkers to get the flu vaccine. Cape Fear ...

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Greater risk of dementia linked to poor fitness

Greater risk of dementia linked to poor fitness

MSD confirmed that it will discontinue the Phase III APECS study, assessing the investigational BACE1 inhibitor in people with prodromal Alzheimer's disease (AD), on the recommendation of an externa...

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India beat South Africa by 73 runs in fifth ODI, win series

India beat South Africa by 73 runs in fifth ODI, win series

The southpaw's role in the erstwhile Indian side had been that of a finisher, the batsman who profits in the death overs after the top order has laid a solid foundation. Virat Kohli is arguably the mo...

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Ageas Bowl snubbed for Ashes but to host new T20 competition

Ageas Bowl snubbed for Ashes but to host new T20 competition

We believe firmly that Lord's is the ground at which cricketers throughout the world want to play and where fans of the game wish to watch. Although they will host teams in the new T20 competition, ...

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Ultra-processed foods 'raise cancer risk'

Ultra-processed foods 'raise cancer risk'

Research has already discovered that people who live on ultra-processed food likely to be overweight and more obese. Medical practitioners across the globe have expressed concerns following the rese...

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Oklahoma records first flu-related pediatric death of season

Oklahoma records first flu-related pediatric death of season

Officials released the updated numbers on Thursday. She had not received a flu vaccine this season. The flu season normally runs October through May. It can cause mild to severe illness, and at ti...

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McDonald's nixes cheeseburger from Happy Meal as part of larger health push

McDonald's nixes cheeseburger from Happy Meal as part of larger health push

McDonald's says all menu-listed Happy Meals in the USA will meet these goals by June, with the exception of the sodium reduction. The chain has also promised to continue promoting fresh fruits and ...

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11th Confirmed Flu-Related Death in Delaware

11th Confirmed Flu-Related Death in Delaware

DPH continues to urge people who have not received a flu shot to get vaccinated. All employees are also required to get the flu shot. This most recent flu-related death is a solemn and stark reminder ...

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Love on ice: Olympic skating and dating

Love on ice: Olympic skating and dating

Already slight and petite, her weight plummeted to just over 80 pounds. Love on and off the ice does not conquer all. They are the first married couple to represent the USA in over 20 years. And, ...

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FBI Says They Were Warned About Alleged Shooter Nearly 5 Months Ago

FBI Says They Were Warned About Alleged Shooter Nearly 5 Months Ago

One of Cruz's family members, who remained unnamed, told the network that Nikolas had been adopted by Roger and Lynda Cruz. "But when the Federal Bureau of Investigation said it was the same name, the...

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Medical marijuana dispensaries are ready for business

Medical marijuana dispensaries are ready for business

Approved doctors can certify patients with 17 qualifying serious medical conditions that include autism, cancer, epilepsy, glaucoma, HIV/AIDS, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and post-traumati...

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School district buildings and grounds chief to retire

School district buildings and grounds chief to retire

During the school board's February 6 meeting, Dietrich and board member Mark Warren led a collaborative discussion between the staff, school board, and the public on what they would like to see in the...

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Transgender woman successfully breastfeeds newborn baby

Transgender woman successfully breastfeeds newborn baby

The transgender woman who went on to breastfeed her child had gone to the doctors when her partner was five months pregnant. "We're getting more evidence-based data, we're getting more standardize...

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Esteban Loaiza Pleads Not Guilty In Cocaine Smuggling Case

Esteban Loaiza Pleads Not Guilty In Cocaine Smuggling Case

Loaiza's best season came with the Chicago White Sox in 2003 when he won 21 games, recorded a 2.9 earned run average and finished second in American League Cy Young voting. Deputies from the Border ...

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AAP Govt to allocate max budget on education and health sector: Kejriwal

AAP Govt to allocate max budget on education and health sector: Kejriwal

Kejriwal said that measure like landscaping to be adopted to curb pollution. "I met Lieutenant-Governor Anil Baijal in this regard and both the Government and the L-G are on the same page", said Kej...

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First Blood Test To Help Diagnose Brain Injuries Gets OK In US

First Blood Test To Help Diagnose Brain Injuries Gets OK In US

Ross Zafonte, a specialist in brain injury medicine at Harvard Medical School. The United States Food and Drug Administration approved blood test to detect concussions in people and more quickly...

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A Woman Found 14 Worms in Her Eyeball

A Woman Found 14 Worms in Her Eyeball

The woman's case, reported in the American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene yesterday, began in the summer of 2015 in the USA, soon after she returned home from a ranch in Gold Beach, Oregon...

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Former MLB Pitcher Esteban Loaiza Arrested With 44 Pounds Of Drugs

Former MLB Pitcher Esteban Loaiza Arrested With 44 Pounds Of Drugs

Loaiza , 46, is being charged with 3 felonies ... "I don't know how he would get himself involved in this, so it's hard to even comment on it". Officers found a sophisticated compartment used to hid...

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A category 4 cyclone flattened Tonga's parliament

A category 4 cyclone flattened Tonga's parliament

Updated: Severe Tropical Cyclone Gita remains Category 5 status as of 4pm today over warm ocean waters 1800kms north of Auckland, New Zealand. Martens said the cyclone was now south of the main F...

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The Nanorobots That Could Choke Out a Tumor

The Nanorobots That Could Choke Out a Tumor

The global team of researchers started with the goal of "finding a path to design nanorobots that can be applied to treatment of cancer in human [s]", writes coauthor Hao Yan of Arizona State Uni...

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After 10 year chase, dreaded IM operative Junaid arrested

After 10 year chase, dreaded IM operative Junaid arrested

He had been a wanted terrorist since 2008, when he had absconded after an encounter at the Batla House encounter had left two dead, and the other two fleeing the authorities. Some of Khan's accomplice...

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Benefits of Eating Slowly: Sure Weight Loss for Diabetics

Benefits of Eating Slowly: Sure Weight Loss for Diabetics

A study of type 2 diabetics found a link between eating slowly and lower BMI , as well as lower waist circumference . They examined data on thousands of people with diabetes in Japan who sub...

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A new antibiotic Malacidin from soil kills resistant bacteria

A new antibiotic Malacidin from soil kills resistant bacteria

Researchers have not brought forth a truly new antimicrobial medication since 1987. This ability to switch on and off, Brady explained, means they may be able to avoid constantly being exposed to the ...

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Woman with rare disease wakes up with British accent

Woman with rare disease wakes up with British accent

Each time the effects only lasted around two weeks before disappearing, but her British accent has now stuck around for two years, The Post reports. Myers also suffers from a condition known as Eh...

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Emory takes steps to prevent, respond to flu cases on campus

Emory takes steps to prevent, respond to flu cases on campus

As of February 3, a total of 48 states continued to experience widespread flu activity, according to the CDC's latest surveillance report. However, the stories of otherwise healthy people dying ...

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White House says Trump 'shocked' by allegations against aides

White House says Trump 'shocked' by allegations against aides

Mr Kelly also praised Mr Porter's conduct, maintaining that "every individual deserves the right to defend their reputation". The loudest among those calls is Rep. "And we hope he has a wonderful ...

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OxyContin Maker Cuts Sales Force

OxyContin Maker Cuts Sales Force

The company said it is reducing its sales staff by more than half, and that its remaining salespeople will no longer visit doctor's offices to push their product. Purdue said in a statement that it ...

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Shareholder Abner Herrman & Brock LLC Raised Philip Morris International In (PM) Position

About 3.32M shares traded. Jefferies Group cut their target price on Philip Morris International from $120.00 to $116.00 and set a hold rating for the company in a research note on Thursday, October...

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Analysts Upgrade/Downgrade Activity of Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD)

Analysts Upgrade/Downgrade Activity of Gilead Sciences Inc. (GILD)

It has underperformed by 32.15% the S&P500. Deerfield Management Company decreased Ehealth Inc (EHTH) stake by 2.51% reported in 2017Q3 SEC filing. The institutional investor held 45,615 shares of t...

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