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  • World's first 'three-parent-baby' born in Mexico

    World's first 'three-parent-baby' born in Mexico

    The boy's mother carries genes for Leigh syndrome , a fatal disorder that affects the developing nervous system. The couple's first two children died because of Leigh syndrome . Prof Alison Murdoch, part of the team at Newcastle University that has been at the forefront of three person IVF work in the United Kingdom, said: "The translation of mitochondrial donation to a clinical procedure is not a race but a goal to be achieved with caution to ensure both safety and reproducibility".

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  • Storm Likely In Western, Central Oklahoma This Weekend

    Storm Likely In Western, Central Oklahoma This Weekend

    A few storms that develop in the afternoon/evening may be strong or even severe with a hail and wind threat but nothing widespread. Through the day Tuesday we will see northerly winds blowing in cooler and drier air keeping our high at a very comfortable 80 degrees.

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  • Burlington County plans to apply for Zika preparedness funding

    Burlington County plans to apply for Zika preparedness funding

    Zika causes severe birth defects in developing fetus if the mother is infected while she is pregnant. A Jamaican archbishop has said Catholic communities will care for babies born with microcephaly amid suggestions that the country legalize abortion for pregnant women infected with the Zika virus.

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  • Health of Israel's Peres deteriorates after major stroke

    Doctors quoted in Israeli media said that he had suffered "significant neurological damage" as a result of his stroke some two weeks ago. According to family and doctors he has stopped receiving life-save treatment, is unconscious, in a grave condition and is "fighting for his life".

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  • Vikings stop Newton, snap Panthers' home win streak 22-10

    They also also forced Carolina blockers into bad penalties with their relentless pursuit and pressure. Newton has mostly steered clear of the controversy, only asking during a press conference, "When is enough, enough?" Carolina's defense was solid through four quarters, only allowing Minnesota to find the end zone once.

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  • Slaughterhouse recalls products due to E.Coli concern

    Slaughterhouse recalls products due to E.Coli concern

    The outbreak strain was defined by pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE), added the agency. Farmers, then sell the products themselves at markets or sell them to other establishments or cooperatives. The items being recalled were shipped to farmer's markets, retail locations, and restaurants in Massachusetts, Connecticut, and eastern NY. A full list of recalled products is available at the USDA website .

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  • Israeli Consortium Signs Gas Deal With Jordan

    Israeli Consortium Signs Gas Deal With Jordan

    Noble Energy owns 39 per cent of the Leviathan natural gas field in Israel. NEPCO also said that the deal will contribute to cutting its power-generation costs and "consequently avert sharp hikes in prices of electricity during the coming years".

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  • 2 firefighters reportedly killed battling DE blaze

    2 firefighters reportedly killed battling DE blaze

    While family and neighbors praise their heroism, they're also questioning whether the tragedy could have been avoided. After her children were rousted from sleep, they managed to escape out the back of the house. "We ran out of the house with no clothes, my kids came out in basically nothing". "Please keep us in your prayers", said Goode. Crews arrived to the home engulfed in flames.

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  • Brazilian lawmakers vote to strip ex-speaker of his seat

    He has been a key ally of new President Michel Temer, who had been Rousseff's vice president. Cunha had threatened he might tell all in a plea bargain that could compromise many in a discredited political establishment, where 50 politicians are already under investigation for taking kickbacks in the Petrobras scandal.

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  • Smoker John Boehner Joins Board Of Reynolds Tobacco Company

    Smoker John Boehner Joins Board Of Reynolds Tobacco Company

    The company announced the news in a statement on Thursday , saying Boehner will join the board immediately and serve on its corporate governance committee. This year alone, Reynolds American ranked second in contributions from tobacco lobbying-related groups, having donated more than $470,000 to mostly Republican lawmakers, according to OpenSecrets .

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  • Turkish cleric calls for international body to examine coup charges

    Biden visited Turkey in August amid tensions between Washington and Ankara regarding the extradition of the USA -based Gulen, who is accused of masterminding a bloody failed coup attempt in Turkey in July. "He is a terrorist that conducted this coup bid from Pennsylvania". Gulen is also accused of leading a long-running campaign to overthrow the state through the infiltration of Turkish institutions, particularly the military, police and judiciary, forming what is commonly known as the ...

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  • Wife in 'Fault in Our Stars' couple dies

    Wife in 'Fault in Our Stars' couple dies

    Her husband, Dalton Prager, 25, passed on Sunday in Missouri. "I truly believe Dalton had prepared a place for his wife, just as the pastor talked about yesterday at Dalton's service", she wrote on the Facebook page Dalton and Katie Prager's Transplant Page .

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  • Teheran stops contending Mets again, Braves win 4th in row

    Adonis Garcia hit a three-run homer in the seventh that made it 5-1. "I always think I'm the best choice", Bruce said. I don't deserve any explanations from the manager. "No communication", Bruce said. Dating to the final time he saw the Mets last season, he's 3-0 with a 0.73 ERA in five starts against them. "We go out to win the game, you know what I mean?" However, Walker recovered and Bruce continues to be a flop in the trade annals of the New York Mets.

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  • Ronald Koeman backs Gareth Barry to break records

    Ronald Koeman backs Gareth Barry to break records

    Lukaku is now supported by an attacking trident that could consist of Yannick Bolasie, Ross Barkley and Kevin Miralles, although the England worldwide was replaced by Gerard Deulofeu at half time on Monday so the former Barcelona man could be in for a starting opportunity.

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  • Swiggy Raises Series D Funding of $15M from Bessemer Venture Partners

    Swiggy Raises Series D Funding of $15M from Bessemer Venture Partners

    This round of funding also saw participation from existing backers, including Accel India, SAIF Partners and Norwest. This is close on the heels of the Series C funding of Dollars 35 million raised in January 2016, from existing and new investors, including New York-based investors Harmony Partners and Singapore-based RB.

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  • J&J Pays $4.325 Billion for Abbott's Eye Surgery Biz

    J&J Pays $4.325 Billion for Abbott's Eye Surgery Biz

    Abbott and Alere have agreed to mediate their disagreements in connection with that deal. The wholly-owned subsidiary of Abbott Laboratories had 2015 sales of $1.1 billion. The $5.8 billion acquisition of Alere , Inc. Alere said in a filing it had rejected a $50 million offer by Abbott to terminate their deal. But it doesn't mean that Abbott is going to actually do both deals, as much as Alere shareholders seemed to hope was the case when they sent the company's stock up about 2.7 ...

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  • Britney Spears 'cut loose' on Meghan Trainor's song

    Britney Spears 'cut loose' on Meghan Trainor's song

    The "Toxic" hitmaker also shared several snapshots of herself leaping through the air. "It's not flawless but not too shabby either", she captioned one of the pics, according to Entertainment Tonight . From her Instagram videos , it looks like the sessions are mostly just for children, but uhhh...just show up in a tutu and tights and I'm sure she won't notice.

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  • Indonesia rejects US research estimate of 100000 'haze' deaths

    Indonesia rejects US research estimate of 100000 'haze' deaths

    The number of estimated deaths includes populations in Indonesia and neighboring Malaysia and Singapore, their proximities making them susceptible to the same haze. The bulk of the estimated deaths are in Indonesia, by far the most populous of the three countries and the country with the biggest land area affected by haze.

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  • Doctors say no codeine for kids

    Doctors say no codeine for kids

    Studies suggest it is still commonly prescribed by doctors and dentists despite the risks and lack of evidence that it works to relieve coughs. The FDA added a black box warning on codeine medications in 2013, warning doctors to avoid giving the drug to children undergoing tonsillectomy, adenoidectomy, or adenotonsillectomy.

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  • Woman Who Received The World's First Partial Face Transplant Dies

    Woman Who Received The World's First Partial Face Transplant Dies

    Dinoire suffered last winter a new episode of rejection of the transplanted area and lost the use of a part of her lips, the paper said in its online edition. PIctures show Dinoire years before her transplant (l.), a year after her transplant (c.) and 18 months afterwards. . She said she was passed out when the dog bit her.

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  • Senate rejects $1.1 billion in Zika funding

    The House bill failed when it went back to the Senate, where the vote on Tuesday was 52-46, short of the 60 votes that were required. Democrats voted down the bill in July, claiming that the funding would weaken Obamacare, put new restrictions on Planned Parenthood , and not meet the expectations set by the Obama admistration.

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  • Mark Cuban Is Offering Donald Trump $10 Million. There's a Catch

    Mark Cuban Is Offering Donald Trump $10 Million. There's a Catch

    As of this writing, Trump has not responded to Cuban's challenge. "Well, I know Mark and, you know, the problem with Mark is he's not smart enough to understand what we're doing, he's really not smart enough in my opinion to really understand what's going on", Trump told Maria Bartiromo of the Fox Business Network.

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  • First Case of Zika Confirmed in Cameron County

    The authors add that detecting the presence of Zika virus or antibodies in blood and cerebrospinal fluid is the only current method of testing for Zika virus in newborns but the reliability of this method, especially when infections occur early in pregnancy, is not fully understood.

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  • Sanders Urges Those Considering Third-Party Candidates To Vote For Clinton

    Such poor numbers threaten her chances in key swing states. While Sanders has endorsed Clinton and excoriated Trump as a bigot, a significant bloc of his supporters has yet to coalesce around her candidacy, polls suggest. Keeping Mr Trump at bay in states like Florida and OH - no Republican has won the White House without winning OH first - is crucial for Ms Clinton's campaign.

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  • Sen. Grassley schedules hearing on Bayer-Monsanto merger

    Sen. Grassley schedules hearing on Bayer-Monsanto merger

    The price was welcomed by initially skeptical Bayer investors, some of whom had predicted Bayer would need to raise its bid to between $130 and $135 a share to satisfy Monsanto's board. "Given that Bayer is not very strong in the USA they have complementary geographic spread", he said. "These are national and worldwide companies", Clark said, and the impact of their mergers will be felt on a global scale.

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  • Donald Trump doctor says he is in

    Donald Trump doctor says he is in "excellent physical health"

    Ivanka walked out and Trump kissed her on the cheek. "It's insane." Brady is 39, and Trump is 70. "Madison Avenue went to Hillary Clinton - I'm talking about advertising people - and they said , 'Let's see .' and put 15 things on a board and they said, 'Oh, temperament, lets go after temperament, '" said Trump.

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  • Treat or monitor early prostate cancer? 10-yr survival same

    Treat or monitor early prostate cancer? 10-yr survival same

    They were split into three groups - one set had surgery, one received radiotherapy, and one underwent "active surveillance". There was double the risk of incontinence and problems with sex in those having surgery. But there is now no national screening programme because of issues with the accuracy of PSA tests and their potentially harmful consequences. Co-investigator Prof David Neal, from the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, said: "Clinicians don't necessarily have the right ...

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  • Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project

    Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project

    The controversy began Monday when Clinton told Charlie Rose on his PBS program that his wife had "frequently" suffered spells like the one she had Sunday at the September 11 memorial in New York City, where she almost collapsed. CHAI would spin off into a completely independent organization, and a slew of major players would step down from its board, including former president Bill Clinton and Chelsea Clinton.

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  • Democrats call for probe of Trump check to Florida AG

    NPQ readers are aware of the controversy surrounding Donald Trump and his philanthropic activities. He noted that many foundations accept contributions from private individuals and organizations, such as the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which has received large sums from investor Warren Buffet, but Marker pointed out that Bill Gates also contributes to the charity.

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  • No, This Isn't Hillary Clinton's Body Double

    No, This Isn't Hillary Clinton's Body Double

    That double, in fact, was supposedly out and about in the Democratic nominee's stead yesterday following the pneumonia-related collapse that was seen 'round the world. She soon regretted "confirming" the rumors after she began receiving an influx of unwanted attention. "As I was sitting in my dressing room, I posted [a photo] to have a little fun", Barnwell said, adding that she had never shared the NY photo previously.

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  • Zika virus strain here may not be from Brazil

    The DFA issued the travel advisory following the rising number of cases of Zika infection in Singapore which reached 189 over the weekend. Declaring an outbreak a PHEIC requires officials to believe that the virus can pose a health risk for several countries and that it "potentially requires a coordinated global response".

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  • Nasal Mist Flu Vaccine Not Offered in Public Schools this Year

    Nasal Mist Flu Vaccine Not Offered in Public Schools this Year

    Ruma says even if you're fearful of getting a flu shot, you should get one. Experts say children who got the spray previous year didn't have immunity against the flu they should have had. Flu season starts next month. So the flu virus is particularly unpredictable. Visit cdc.gov for more information about flu shot guidelines. "The biggest thing for me this year is because there is no FluMist, I would like to have those people that are still a little needle-phobic, get your courage up".

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  • Michigan State linebacker Ed Davis awarded sixth year of eligibility

    Michigan State linebacker Ed Davis awarded sixth year of eligibility

    Most people remember the disappointing news that Davis, coming off a great 2014 campaign, tore his ACL in fall camps past year. That means Davis will be eligible to play when the Spartans travel to Notre Dame on September 17. "You've got to remember that Ed did not participate in spring drills, so he's got to get comfortable with his knee again, and acclimate himself back to football at this level, so it's going to take a little bit", Dantonio said back in August.

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