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Alabama prepares to freeze, end insurance program

Alabama prepares to freeze, end insurance program

In Idaho, CHIP funding may last until the end of January, but theres no guarantee for the rest of the year. Lawmakers are scrambling to pass a bill to keep the government funded through January 19...

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Iran v Saudi Arabia conflict has entered 'UNPREDICTABLE' phase

Iran v Saudi Arabia conflict has entered 'UNPREDICTABLE' phase

Security Council to squeeze Saudi Arabia and its partner the United Arab Emirates, the primary mainstays of the coalition, to end the war in Yemen. The coalition receives logistical and intelligence...

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Sunny Leone's New Year eve show organisers Bangalore move High Court

Sunny Leone's New Year eve show organisers Bangalore move High Court

The petitioners stressed that they are not seeking police protection, but only needed permission to conduct the event. One of the reasons why the Karnataka activists objected the performance of Sunn...

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Sea turtle found trapped in cocaine bundles worth $53m

Sea turtle found trapped in cocaine bundles worth $53m

The U.S. Coast Guard said it rescued a sea turtle that was tangled in floating bales of cocaine worth more than $53 million. "While on patrol November 19, the cutter launched its Over the Horizon sm...

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Amid Saudi War, Suspected Cholera Cases in Yemen Hit 1 Million

Amid Saudi War, Suspected Cholera Cases in Yemen Hit 1 Million

Noting that starvation has spread throughout the country, the International Organization for Migration said an estimated 7.3 million people, including 2.4 million children under five were in need of u...

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Pennsylvania Doctor Blame in Dead of 5 Patients From Opioid Overdoses

Pennsylvania Doctor Blame in Dead of 5 Patients From Opioid Overdoses

From January 2016 through July 2017, Dr. Kraynak prescribed 2.7 million units of oxycodone, hydrocodone, OxyContin and fentanyl at these facilities, making him the state's most prolific prescriber of ...

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Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Charles Dutoit accused of sexually assaulting four musicians

Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Charles Dutoit accused of sexually assaulting four musicians

The orchestra says in a statement Friday this decision was reached "jointly" with Dutoit. The Boston Symphony Orchestra said earlier Thursday it is cutting ties with Dutoit, a guest conductor. The o...

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Eating fish might make you smarter, new study suggests

Eating fish might make you smarter, new study suggests

The findings showed that children who eat fish at least once a week sleep better and have IQ scores that are four points higher, on average, than those who consume fish less frequently or not at all. ...

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Breathing easy: Regular intake of apples and tomatoes could help lung function

Breathing easy: Regular intake of apples and tomatoes could help lung function

The study included more than 650 adults in Germany, Norway and the United Kingdom who had their diet and lung function assessed in 2002 and again 10 years later. So whether you smoke or not main...

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Ajax suspends three-man coaching team after disappointing performance

Ajax suspends three-man coaching team after disappointing performance

Earlier on Thursday, Keizer's six-month spell in charge was ended, a day after Ajax lost on penalties to FC Twente in the KNVB Beker. The decision was made by Ajax director of football Overmars and ...

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Women set on fire by Former Colleague, dies

Women set on fire by Former Colleague, dies

According to reports , the accused called the victim at the spot, where he poured kerosene on her and set her on fire. She informed some senior colleagues including the unit owner D. "The incident ha...

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Papa John's founder out as CEO weeks after NFL comments

Papa John's founder out as CEO weeks after NFL comments

The pizza chain confirmed that the company will promote Steve Ritchie to Chief Executive Officer in a news release , but did not give a reason for Schnatter's ouster as CEO. "The focus of the brand...

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Eating Salads Can Keep Dementia at Bay

Eating Salads Can Keep Dementia at Bay

Researchers surveyed 960 people with an average age of 81 who had not been diagnosed with any form of dementia . Eating one to two servings of salad with spinach , lettuce and kale daily may keep ...

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Fifth flu season death in San Diego region reported

Fifth flu season death in San Diego region reported

The CDC tracking, which measures geographic spread and not the severity of the flu, notes that California, New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Virginia, Ohio, Wisconsin, Mississippi, Louisiana, Ar...

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Model faces losing second leg after tampon gave her toxic shock syndrome

Model faces losing second leg after tampon gave her toxic shock syndrome

She says she saw doctors write "yes" on one leg before her surgery and "no" on the other. "In a few months, I'm inevitably going to have my other leg amputated ". While in the hospital her fever re...

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US Coast Guard saves turtle entangled in bundles of cocaine

US Coast Guard saves turtle entangled in bundles of cocaine

The loggerhead turtle, named for its remarkably large head, is a sea turtle found in the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic oceans. "There were some marks on her neck, so she may have been there a day or ...

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McKayla Maroney: USA Gymnastics tried silencing me over molestation

McKayla Maroney: USA Gymnastics tried silencing me over molestation

Maroney's suit, filed in Superior Court in California, alleges that USA Gymnastics insisted on a confidentiality agreement so "it could further hide and shield from public scrutiny, outside investig...

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Federal Ban Lifted on Lethal Virus Research

Federal Ban Lifted on Lethal Virus Research

The National Institutes of Health's Dr. Francis Collins said that 10 of the 21 studies frozen by the moratorium went ahead anyway thanks to exemptions, and this is simply a matter of "regularizing t...

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FDA gets aggressive towards homeopathic drugs

Products with reported safety concerns, those containing pathogens, the ones administered other than orally or topically, products meant to treat life-threatening diseases and conditions, items intend...

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Gov. Wolf vetoes 'disingenuous,' 'extreme' GOP abortion bill

Gov. Wolf vetoes 'disingenuous,' 'extreme' GOP abortion bill

D&E bans are a frequent tactic in the anti-abortion movement, often used to limit a woman's options when seeking an abortion. The bill passed the Senate in February with a vote of 32 yeas to 18 nays...

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Woman gives birth to baby frozen as embryo for 24 years

Woman gives birth to baby frozen as embryo for 24 years

Oddly enough, that would also technically make Emma older than her mother, Tina. "I don't care if it's a world record or not". The center works to protect the lives of frozen embryos . Carol Sommerfe...

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General Mills, Inc. (GIS) continues to rebound of 40.10% ROE

General Mills, Inc. (GIS) continues to rebound of 40.10% ROE

It has underperformed by 27.33% the S&P500. Marquette Asset Management Inc decreased its stake in Mplx Lp (MPLX) by 49.05% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC. (NYSE: GIS ) end...

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DJ dies and others injured after festival stage collapses

DJ dies and others injured after festival stage collapses

Fan-shot video of the incident shows the scaffolding and lighting rig on a stage collapsing and falling down as the audience looks on in shock. Freitas was taken to the hospital after suffering from h...

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Attorney accused of making porn videos with inmates in visitation room

Attorney accused of making porn videos with inmates in visitation room

Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri told reporters yesterday that the investigation into Spark began in November after detectives were informed that he had been getting it on with inmates at the...

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$2.8 billion acquisition means sale of St. Charles Ameristar

$2.8 billion acquisition means sale of St. Charles Ameristar

Union Gaming Research analyst John DeCree said he expected M&A activity in the sector to continue through 2018, adding that casino operators would gain from low cost of capital and potential tax refor...

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The Red Cross blood drive

The Red Cross blood drive

All blood types are needed to ensure a reliable supply for patients. At particular risk are supplies of platelets - the clotting component of blood that is largely relied on by cancer patients to pr...

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FDA approves Luxturna gene therapy for rare form of inherited vision loss

FDA approves Luxturna gene therapy for rare form of inherited vision loss

As LNP reported in October , one Lancaster County family has two daughters with the disease and said they can't wait to try it. In a major breakthrough, a gene therapy for a rare inherited form...

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Carnival (NYSE:CCL) Stock Rating Upgraded by Morgan Stanley

Carnival (NYSE:CCL) Stock Rating Upgraded by Morgan Stanley

The firm earned "Equal-Weight" rating on Thursday, May 26 by Morgan Stanley. Insiders own 23.80% of the company's stock. Its up 21.86% from 18,300 shares previously. North Star Invest Mngmt Corp has i...

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Flu Vaccine Safe For People With Egg Allergies

Flu Vaccine Safe For People With Egg Allergies

Francis Hospital and Medical Center. There were almost 87 hundred flu-associated hospitalizations a year ago. Last year, the CDC and the American Academy of Pediatrics both relaxed their flu sho...

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Trump Blasts 'FAKE NEWS' Story He Was Considering Rescinding Gorsuch Nomination

Trump Blasts 'FAKE NEWS' Story He Was Considering Rescinding Gorsuch Nomination

Trump was upset following reports that Gorsuch had told a Democratic senator that he found Trump's attacks on the judiciary "disheartening" and "demoralizing", unnamed sources told the Washington Pos...

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