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  • Pence says evidence forthcoming to back Trump

    Pence says evidence forthcoming to back Trump

    Asked about claims by the Trump campaign that the election is "rigged" against the Republican presidential candidate, Pence said , "One of the great, great traditions of America is the peaceful transfer of power". "I do believe him", Pence insisted on CBS . Clinton herself spoke Friday of a need for national healing. The new batch showed that Hillary Clinton's campaign asked former President Bill Clinton to cancel a speech to an investment firm previous year because of concerns ...

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  • Care budgets at 'breaking point' warns report

    Care budgets at 'breaking point' warns report

    The consequences will be brutal, particularly for the elderly and people with disabilities. Just one in five NHS acute trusts were rated as "good" in terms of safety. Caroline Abrahams, charity director at Age UK, said: "When any regulator says that it is anxious that a service may be reaching a tipping point in terms of quality and sustainability, it is clearly time for very serious concern".

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  • Mom: 'Uncertainty' after surgery on twins joined at head

    The family has raised more than $100,000 for the costs of surgery. Twins joined at the skull have been successfully separated in a surgical marathon, which took more than 16 hours. The 13-month-old boys from Braidwood, Illinois, were born connected at the head- a case that occurs once in 200,000 births. "This is about as complicated as it gets", Goodrich says while holding 3D printed models of the boy's conjoined brains.

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  • Medicare enrollment assistance available

    Medicare enrollment assistance available

    During the open enrollment period, beneficiaries can choose to start, stop or change their prescription drug plan. Health insurers providing Medicare coverage were required to notify members of any changes they're planning next year before the end of September.

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  • Racial disparities receding for women with breast cancer

    In fact, the incidence of breast cancer was basically the same whether someone did no night shift work at all or had been working nights for many decades. She's director of the division of cancer prevention and control at the CDC. Widely known as Breast Cancer Awareness Month , October is the flawless time to show support for these individuals, remember those who've lost their battle with cancer and be mindful about our own breast health.

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  • A guide for flu season

    The Center for Disease Control states that previous year the flu vaccine prevented 1.9 million flu related illnesses and thousands of hospitalizations. As well as offering protection to these children aged 2 to 7 years, it will help reduce the spread of this infection to the most vulnerable in the community, particularly younger children, the elderly and those with long-term conditions.

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  • Kimberley Walsh Thinks Cheryl Would Make A

    Kimberley Walsh Thinks Cheryl Would Make A "Brilliant Mum"

    Kimberley soared to fame in 2002 when Girls Aloud formed on pioneering ITV talent show Popstars: The Rival and she remains firm friends with bandmates Nicola Roberts and Cheryl. Meanwhile Kimberley has revealed that she and her hubby aren't planning to find out the sex of the baby. Kimberley became mum to son Bobby in September 2014, and he's also gearing up to his meet his little brother or sister.

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  • WHO urges countries to raise taxes on sugary drinks

    The World Health Organization , in a statement timed for World Obesity Day , said that the prevalence of obesity worldwide more than doubled between 1980 and 2014, when almost 40 per cent of people globally were overweight. According to the report, fiscal policies would be most efficient if targeting beverages that have healthier alternatives on the market, therefore pushing the consumer toward the least harmful products.

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  • LSU's tiger mascot dies after cancer treatment

    LSU's tiger mascot dies after cancer treatment

    According to his Facebook page Mike VI, has been moved from his habitat on the LSU Campus to hospice care. On Oct. 3, Mike was taken to the Vet School for further observation and two days later in a press conference it was announced that the cancer had returned and spread.

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  • New figures reveal alarming childhood obesity rates in the UK

    New figures reveal alarming childhood obesity rates in the UK

    Bristol's director of public health, Becky Pollard, said the council was taking action to tackle the issue of childhood obesity in a number of ways. The awareness day focuses on "ending childhood obesity " with an emphasis on the need for urgent government action and leadership to tackle this unsustainable health concern.

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  • Penguins' Sidney Crosby diagnosed with a concussion

    The team also said Crosby's status would be updated when more information became available. Crosby, a two-time Hart Trophy victor and runner-up last season, won the Stanley Cup for the second time with the Penguins and was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the MVP in the Stanley Cup playoffs.

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  • The Girl on the Train - Falls off the Tracks

    Also , when it finally is revealed exactly what happened to the missing girl , the film then insists on going on for about 5-minutes too long and almost spoils what makes for a reasonably concise ending. Haley Bennett, however, proved her worth with a riveting performance of an incredibly troubled young woman. We should want to solve this mystery. Basically, it's one big bore.

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  • Disney World to Close Due to Hurricane Matthew

    But what else does Matthew's impending approach mean for Disney World and its visitors? Carlos Rodriguez, who said he lives in New Jersey but didn't give a hometown, planned to do as much as possible at Universal before it closed Thursday.

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  • Mayawati's remarks on surgical strike triggers war of words

    Mayawati's remarks on surgical strike triggers war of words

    Giving a glimpse of her policies if voted to power, Mayawati said that her government would not build memorials and museums and instead give cash benefits to the selected beneficiaries. "Dividing your votes will help the BJP", she said. Mayawati's remarks drew sharp reaction from the BJP, which said questioning the authenticity of the strikes "does not behove her".

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  • Breast Cancer awareness month

    Our Tribal Health Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, and Nurses choose to identify with this National campaign because of the value of early detection of breast cancer . Mercy Medical Center officials said for each person who attends the event, a $2 donation goes to the Especially for You fund, which provides breast care services, including mammograms, for those who can't afford them.

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  • After BJP protests, Kejriwal denies doubting truth of surgical strikes

    After BJP protests, Kejriwal denies doubting truth of surgical strikes

    If Pakistani media is saying something, then why an Indian chief minister is being influenced and seeking proof. Panaji: Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today alleged that BJP and the media attributed words to Chief Arvind Kejriwal which he never uttered on the issue of the surgical strikes by the army across the Line of Control.

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  • Canada sees job increase of 67000 in September

    Canada sees job increase of 67000 in September

    Over the year, part-time job creation has outpaced full-time employment. As per the data agency, most of the new jobs were based part time. Friday's jobs report will likely help solidify the view that the Bank of Canada will be on hold for the long-term.

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  • Aap backs pm on army action nail pakistan s lies kejriwal

    Aap backs pm on army action nail pakistan s lies kejriwal

    Earlier the BJP attacked Kejriwal after media reports showed proof of the surgical strike. He also castigated Kejriwal for becoming "the headline in Pakistani media" with his comments. Despite differences, Kejriwal had hailed Modi for taking strict measures against Pakistan. "It is time the government unmasks Pakistan's false propaganda by revealing and making public the evidences", Surjewala said.

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  • LSU at Florida game postponed as Hurricane Matthew nears

    While this is largely speculative, the story continues to develop and we will let you know when a final decision is made. The Southeastern Conference announced that the game Saturday between UF and the LSU Tigers will be postponed. Second, the stadium is actually re-configured - with seats added - for the Florida-Georgia game . As Hurricane Matthew remained on the horizon, Foley stood his ground.

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  • Lifestyle Changes To Help Prevent Breast Cancer

    Some women have heard mammograms hurt or will give them information they don't want to hear. Basalt general manager Shane Higginson says: "Come on and get behind us". "A man's lifetime risk of breast cancer is about 1 in 1,000". She's been cancer-free for 25 years. Inspired by the recent loss of an aunt to breast cancer, Deputy Marc Berris proposed the idea of wearing the pink badge to Sheriff Brian Cruze, who immediately supported the idea.

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  • Congress clears stopgap spending bill, $1.1B to fight Zika

    Congress approved a stop-gap spending deal Wednesday to avert a government shutdown and provide $1.1 billion in long-awaited aid to combat the Zika virus . Debbie Stabenow , Michigan Democrat, both voted against the must-pass spending bill, however, because they wanted the funding upfront. 5 members did not vote.

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  • Federal government: Mylan has been overcharging for EpiPens

    Mylan's found itself in another EpiPen scandal; only this time , the company may have overcharged the US government. U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) sought answers on Tuesday about EpiPen profit margins following revelations that Mylan Pharmaceuticals had dramatically increased the price of the life-saving device since 2007.

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  • Third mosquito tests positive for West Nile in NW Bexar County

    Third mosquito tests positive for West Nile in NW Bexar County

    Lamar County has had three cases. The risk of West Nile virus will drop once there is a heavy frost to reduce the number of mosquitoes, the city says. Avoid areas where mosquitoes are prevalent. Less than 1 percent of people infected with the virus get seriously ill with symptoms that include high fever, muscle weakness, stiff neck, disorientation, mental confusion, tremors, confusion, paralysis, and coma.

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  • USA service member killed while on anti-ISIS mission in Afghanistan

    USA service member killed while on anti-ISIS mission in Afghanistan

    Forces - Afghanistan, we are heartbroken by this loss and we extend our deepest sympathies to the families and friends of the service member", Nicholson said . It follows the August 23 death of Army Special Forces Staff Sgt. Matthew Thompson in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province. "This was a combat situation", Cook said.

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  • Jayalalitha being treated for infection, is 'responding well': Apollo Hospital Medical Bulletin

    Jayalalitha being treated for infection, is 'responding well': Apollo Hospital Medical Bulletin

    Later in the day, Apollo Hospitals released a statement saying that Jayalalithaa was on respiratory support, and "responding adequately to the comprehensive treatment being given to her". Holding that Governor C Vidyasagar Rao and Union Minister Pon Radhakrishnan had reportedly visited the hospital, the petitioner said they have not given details about her health condition.

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  • Officials release quake advisory for all of Southern California

    While the increased risk is not considered statistically significant, Gudel said such a declaration is useful in reminding Californians to check their emergency supplies and review their plans for getting through a big quake. If residents of Southern California were a little on edge this week, no one can blame them. Southern California residents have received a ominous warning of a potential, massive natural disaster within the next few days, and some citizens are responding in hilarious ways.

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  • A glance at Friday play in the Ryder Cup

    Quotable: "I bowed to them, said, 'You're welcome for the show, ' and we move on". "And gosh, the guys just played some incredible golf". Those matches would be crucial on any Saturday in the Ryder Cup. Spieth and Reed were unbeaten in three matches at Gleneagles, while Rose and Stenson were undefeated in three matches at the last Ryder Cup. The European team of Rory McIlroy and Andy Sullivan would battle back from 1-down after 10 holes to take a 2-up lead through 14.

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  • Newt Gingrich: Miss Universe Fiasco is Hillary's 'New Benghazi Lie'

    Newt Gingrich: Miss Universe Fiasco is Hillary's 'New Benghazi Lie'

    She was dragged into the bitter presidential campaign on Monday (26Sep16) when Democratic Party candidate Hillary Clinton used a televised debate with Trump to accuse him of bullying Alicia after her victory. Trump , the contest's new executive producer, stood next to Machado as she rode a stationary bike surrounded by a scrum of local cameramen and news reporters and flanked by a personal trainer.

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  • Clemson Unveils Its Uniform For Game vs. Louisville

    Clemson Unveils Its Uniform For Game vs. Louisville

    The Tigers are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 home games. The best offensive team it played, Troy, averages 42.5 points per game but managed only 24 against Clemson. "That's going to happen with any team", he said. He was an athlete capable of throwing for most of last season. Jackson has been sensational for the Cardinals.

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  • Zika May Be Passed on Through Tears, Sweat

    Zika May Be Passed on Through Tears, Sweat

    The research is reported in the New England Journal of Medicine . The 73-year-old patient died in July, and he hadn't been very sick before he caught the virus and developed muscle aches, diarrhea and other symptoms. There has been no active mosquito transmission of Zika in Salt Lake City, the doctors reported, but the younger man had placed his hands on the older man while helping care for him.

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  • Two microcephaly cases linked to Zika in Thailand

    Health officials also said there are 92 cases involving pregnant women, 13 cases involving non-Florida residents and one "undetermined" case, all of which are classified separately from the travel-related and locally transmitted cases. The CDC has so far advised pregnant women to avoid going to almost 60 countries and regions because of the active spread of the virus. Scott said he was frustrated that lawmakers, who grappled with the issue for months, did not authorize the Zika money more ...

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  • Colombian government and FARC rebels sign historic peace deal

    Colombian government and FARC rebels sign historic peace deal

    Underlining the significance of the deal, President Juan Manuel Santos and Rodrigo Londono, the top commander of the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, signed the accord Monday night in the colonial city of Cartagena . Its captives included former presidential candidate Ingrid Betancourt and three U.S. military contractors, all of whom were rescued in 2008. The stiff domestic opposition contrasts with widespread acclaim overseas for the accord - a rare example in a war-torn ...

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