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  • How healthy is your county?

    How healthy is your county?

    But the latest rankings suggest the counties might be starting to diverge on one important factor: how likely their residents are to die prematurely. For 2017, it is 10th on health outcomes and ninth on health factors . Drug deaths are also accelerating among 15- to 24 year-olds, but almost three times as many people in this age group die by homicide, suicide or in motor vehicle crashes.

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  • Trump Wins Support For GOP's Obamacare Replacement Bill

    Trump Wins Support For GOP's Obamacare Replacement Bill

    Now, the big question: What do House Republicans do? The president said the Republican bill to repeal and replace key parts of the Affordable Care Act "is a great plan". That left House moderates angry over being asked to take a politically risky vote for legislation that seems likely to be significantly altered. For example, if a person's coverage lapses from non-payment, Baldwin says an insurance company will have the ability to deny them coverage.

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  • IMO Secretary-General Urges Vigilance after Tanker Hijack

    IMO Secretary-General Urges Vigilance after Tanker Hijack

    Earlier, the hijackers have claimed to be fishermen whose livelihood undermined from foreign fishing ships in Puntland waters amid growing frustration against Puntland government for granting fishing permits to foreign ships. Meanwhile, a bid to recapture the oil tanker held by pirates off the coast of Somalia has failed after hijackers opened fire on maritime forces. They don't normally kill hostages unless they come under attack.

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  • 13 guilty of Maruti murder

    13 guilty of Maruti murder

    The Maruti Suzuki Workers Union said a supervisor had abused and made discriminatory comments to a low-caste worker, leading to the violence. After the conclusion of arguments, Judge RP Goyal had posted the pronouncement of verdict on March 10.

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  • WikiLeaks' CIA document dump shows agency can compromise Android, TVs

    WikiLeaks' CIA document dump shows agency can compromise Android, TVs

    Mr Assange was speaking two days after his anti-secrecy website published almost 9,000 documents purporting to show the Central Intelligence Agency has been using smart TVs and other electronic devices to snoop on targets. According to CNN 's sources, the investigation is also seeking to establish what other material WikiLeaks may have in its possession. The car-related stuff stems from what appears to be October 2014 meeting notes of the CIA's "Embedded Development Branch", which ...

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  • SKorea bans USA poultry imports over bird flu scare

    SKorea bans USA poultry imports over bird flu scare

    The worst-ever USA outbreak of avian flu in 2014 and 2015 killed about 50 million birds, most of which were egg-laying hens in Iowa, but left the southeastern United States largely unscathed. In January 2016, a commercial turkey farm in Dubois County, Indiana, tested positive for the H7N8 strain of avian influenza. The company said it tests all of its flocks for the virus before they leave the farm "out of an abundance of caution".

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  • Soy Foods Are Good For Breast Cancer Patients

    Soy Foods Are Good For Breast Cancer Patients

    Researchers found that Mediterranean diet could help prevent breast cancer as it apparently lowers the risk of developing oestrogen-receptor-negative (ER-negative) breast cancer by 40%. "Women who did not receive endocrine therapy as a treatment for their breast cancer had a weaker, but still statistically significant, association", she added.

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  • Former Labour MP Chris Mole worries for future after by-election defeat

    Labour's campaign chief Ian Lavery claimed the Tories won the seat because people feel a general distrust of politicians - but not Jeremy Corbyn. "What we've seen from this victory is this truly is a government that's working for everyone and every part of the country - and that's the message that we bring here to Copeland and we'll take across the country." Corbyn loyalist Cat Smith MP defended the Labour leader, calling the party's performance in Copeland an " incredible achievement ...

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  • Alabama Drug Overdose Death Rate

    Alabama Drug Overdose Death Rate

    According to the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), a U.S. federal agency which monitors and advises on health trends in the United States, the country's heroin addiction is linked to a long-seen and rising trend of prescription painkiller abuse.

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  • South Africa High Court Rejects Attempt to Withdraw from ICC

    The ICC had issued warrants for his arrest and wanted him to stand trial on charges of war crimes, crimes against humanity and genocide. A court in South Africa ruled on Wednesday that the government's plan to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC) was "unconstitutional and invalid ".

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  • Spanish King's brother-in-law sentenced to prison

    Spanish King's brother-in-law sentenced to prison

    A panel of judges ruled that Cristina, the sister of King Felipe VI, will be required to pay almost 265,000 euros (more than $280,000) in fines because the court considers that she indirectly benefited from the fraud. When his sister Cristina was indicted, King Felipe cancelled her titles of Duchess of Palma, granted by their father in 1997 on the occasion of her wedding.

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  • The Type of Postpartum Depression No One Talks About

    Strains in the family setup could prove to be a source of stress for the children and both husband and wife. "Discussing the risks of depression with expectant mothers and fathers would provide information about where to seek help and social support should one of them develop symptoms ", the authors wrote.

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  • Protesters at Opposing Rallies Call to Protect and Defund Planned Parenthood

    Protesters at Opposing Rallies Call to Protect and Defund Planned Parenthood

    Republicans have long argued taxpayer dollars should not be used to fund health clinics that provide abortions. I also feel like Planned Parenthood is an incredible service provider, but they're not a political entity. "In today's political climate, MA can and must serve as a national leader in defending and improving access to sexual and reproductive health care for women and families across the state", she said in a statement .

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  • FDA approves costly drug to fight Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

    With FDA approval, Marathon now has exclusive rights to sell the drug in the United States for the next seven years, even though it has been available as a generic in other countries. The company will launch the product, branded as Emflaza, next month. The price set by Marathon, based in Northbrook, Ill., is 50 to 70 times what most US patients now pay to buy deflazacort from an online pharmacy in the United Kingdom, according to advocates for patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

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  • Facebook just made your weather app obsolete

    Facebook just made your weather app obsolete

    You'll find it by clicking on the " More " section in the same part of the app where you find "Friends", "Groups", "Events", and "Pages". The company says that Notifications and the more detailed greetings are rolling out for tests now, with all these updates being widely available by the end of the month.

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  • "Dripping" may expose users to toxic chemicals

    Dripping is a more manual method which "involves vaporising the e-liquid at high temperatures by dripping a couple of drops of e-liquid directly onto an atomizer's coil and then immediately inhaling the vapour that is produced" as explained by Dr.Krishnan-Sarin.

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  • White House Slaps New Sanctions on Iran After Missile Test

    On Tuesday, President Donald Trump's National Security Advisor Michael Flynn declared he was "officially putting Iran on notice" over the launch. Resolution 2231 "calls upon" Iran "not to undertake any activity related to ballistic missiles created to be capable of delivering nuclear weapons, including launches using such ballistic missile technology" for up to eight years.

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  • Woman spends record six days without lungs thanks to ground-breaking procedure

    Woman spends record six days without lungs thanks to ground-breaking procedure

    Dr. Shaf Keshavjee, the chief surgeon at University Health Network, made a decision to take both her lungs out - a procedure they have never done before. A pair of donor lungs became available six days later, and since then Benoit has been recovering and is now learning to walk without a cane. Quietly, though, her team of doctors had been mulling a procedure that could extend her life but had never been tried.

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  • Trump says he's been told torture 'absolutely' works

    Bush's War On Terror. I want to do everything within the bounds of what you're allowed to do legally. "Does torture work?" Mr. Trump told ABC News in an interview scheduled to air Wednesday evening. President Donald Trump has prepared a draft executive order to lift the ban on C.I.A. He noted Congress already has limited interrogation techniques to those in the Army Field Manual, which for now would exclude "waterboarding or other forms of enhanced interrogation".

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  • New & Promising Treatments for Cervical Cancer

    The study found that cancer deaths in the US declined by 20 percent from 1980-2014, but there were large differences in cancer mortality as well as areas with unusually higher mortality rates across counties. The new research examined more than 19.5 million deaths in the USA, from 29 different types of cancer , over three and a half decades. Cervical cancer deaths were 47-percent greater among white women and 77-percent higher among black women than previously thought.

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  • Premier Foods tanks on profit warning

    Premier Foods tanks on profit warning

    Branded sales fell 3.8 per cent, although non-branded sales rose 11.6 per cent, pushing group volumes up 3.4 per cent. Shares in the firm behind Oxo plunged after the update, down 7.26p, or more than 15%, to 40.45p. Alongside the profit warning, Premier provided details on its sales for its third quarter, which ran to 31 December. Along with other methods of managing the costs, Premier Foods said it is looking at "limited price increases".

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  • Mona's HALDI Ceremony Inside Bigg Boss House!

    After Bigg Boss announces Mona and Vikrant's wedding, he will tell the housemates to take the entire responsibility of the wedding. The postman has either to nominate himself and provide the parcel to the person meant or burn away the parcel, only after announcing its content, into furnace.

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  • Wenger glad Sanchez is not 'a Costa problem'

    Arsenal youngster Alex Iwobi played a starring role in the Gunners 4-0 victory over Swansea on Saturday - and Arsenal fans sung his praises on Twitter. You could see overall that he develops very well . But all the players like the game, I think after you are more extroverted. But once Giroud, scoring for the fifth successive game, had opened the floodgates after 37 minutes then Swansea's failings were all too evident in a one-sided second half.

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  • CVS Cuts Price of Generic Competitor to EpiPen

    A top USA health insurer has dropped its coverage of Mylan NV's EpiPen and switched to its generic alternative, following public outrage over sharp price increases for the lifesaving drug. That often forces patients to fill new prescriptions even if they never used the old one. In the aftermath of the unwanted attention, Mylan has expanded the financial aid it offers customers and launched its own authorized generic in December, priced at around $300 per two-pack.

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  • Paul Richardon Joining the Contest for Best One-Handed Catch

    Paul Richardon Joining the Contest for Best One-Handed Catch

    This is the kind of performance they have needed, and it comes at the flawless time as they get set for a tough matchup vs. the Falcons next weekend. Wilson, who was called for pass interference, wasn't second-guessing. "It was created to work, obviously, but they had it covered up and we didn't get it", Caldwell said.

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  • State House rally planned to protest delay on marijuana stores

    State House rally planned to protest delay on marijuana stores

    Several lawmakers have expressed concern that the 3.75 percent state excise tax now in the law would be too low to cover regulatory and enforcement costs. The 12-page ballot question was approved by voters in November. "The voters have made the decision; this is clearly not a positive first sign that the Legislature will act in good conscience from what the voters wanted", he said.

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  • New Study Finds Ebola Vaccine Grants Full Protection Against Disease

    Her team of three dozen researchers calculated a 90 percent likelihood during a full-fledged epidemic that the vaccine, dubbed rVSV-ZEBOV, would work in more than 80 percent of cases. At the time when the viral disease ravaged across West Africa, there were untested drugs against the virus that could have saved lives but doctors did not know the side effects.

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  • Dontari Poe throws to Demetrius Harris for a touchdown!

    But in their ensuing game against Kansas City , they blew an eight-point lead with 3 minutes remaining, and the Chiefs wound up getting two field goals in overtime for the victory. But their 14-0 lead would soon be compromised, as Smith - who finished 25 of 36 for 244 yards - unleashed a floater over the middle after being drilled by a free blitzer.

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  • Oldest gorilla in the United States celebrates 60th birthday

    Oldest gorilla in the United States celebrates 60th birthday

    Colo is the first gorilla born in human care. She also has 16 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren. She recently had surgery to remove a malignant tumor, but doctors say she's doing well. Sixty-three-year-old Pam Schlereth (shuh-LARE'-uht) of Columbus was just a little girl when her father brought her to see the infant Colo after the animal's birth.

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  • Christmas and Hanukkah overlap for the first time in 38 years

    Like other religious and secular holidays, Hanukkah is the same day each year - the 25th day of the Hebrew month of Kislev (observances begin the prior night). It culminated in a "lock-in", where middle school students slept over at the school. "My favorite photo is my grandson lighting the menorah with the Christmas tree in the background", she said.

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  • DHS, FBI warn of ISIS threats to churches

    DHS, FBI warn of ISIS threats to churches

    On Monday, Islamic State claimed responsibility for a terror attack on a Berlin Christmas market in which 12 people died and 56 were injured. "The Department of State reminds U.S. This comes after pro-ISIS websites published a publicly-available list of churches in the U.S. The Federal Bureau of Investigation advised USA law enforcement agencies and private security firms to be on the alert in light of threats by Islamic State to target churches and Christmas celebrations, media ...

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