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Trump declares Kavanaugh 'proven innocent', internet calls him out

Trump declares Kavanaugh 'proven innocent', internet calls him out

Voters say they are more likely to vote in the upcoming midterm elections because of the controversy surrounding President Trump's U.S. Supreme Court nominee. With justices seated by seniority, ...

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Xero champions mental health awareness and support in the workplace

Xero champions mental health awareness and support in the workplace

We have commenced the construction of primary health centres across the state to reach all Edo people and residents irrespective of where they reside. It could be that they have entered college, hav...

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Trump crows over bitter Supreme Court justice victory

Trump crows over bitter Supreme Court justice victory

In a swearing-in ceremony at the White House, following a torrid confirmation process that divided America, the U.S. president slammed Democrat opponents for having waged a "campaign of personal d...

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DelDOT promotes breast cancer awareness by lighting Indian River Inlet bridge pink

DelDOT promotes breast cancer awareness by lighting Indian River Inlet bridge pink

Panera Bread's Pink Ribbon Bagels will help fight breast cancer during the month of October. While the development of breast cancer in any one individual remains unpredictable, many factors can in...

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'Team player' Brett Kavanaugh sworn in again as US Supreme Court Justice

'Team player' Brett Kavanaugh sworn in again as US Supreme Court Justice

People hoping to see Justice Brett Kavanaugh's first day on the Supreme Court bench are waiting in long lines outside the court. This comes after Kavanaugh was sworn in over the weekend by retired...

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Vitamin D supplements do not improve bone health, concludes study

Vitamin D supplements do not improve bone health, concludes study

There is "little justification" for prescribing vitamin D to maintain or improve musculoskeletal health and clinical guidelines should be changed to reflect this, a study has suggested. The review f...

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Tipsy birds flying into windows, cars in northern Minnesota

Tipsy birds flying into windows, cars in northern Minnesota

Residents of Gilbert, Minnesota , have been reporting birds flying into windows and cars and acting generally confused. Many birds have not yet migrated south, and those still in town have been eat...

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Buy a bagel to help battle breast cancer

Buy a bagel to help battle breast cancer

NHS responded to confirm information on reduced-cost breast cancer screenings in October, but did not give a statement. It analyses the important factors of the Breast Cancer Predictive Genetic Tes...

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded

According to a statement released by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences , which is responsible for nominating and selecting the Nobel Laureates in Physics and Chemistry , the three honorees "h...

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American, Japanese cancer researchers share Nobel Prize in medicine

American, Japanese cancer researchers share Nobel Prize in medicine

TWO immunologists, James Allison of the United States and Tasuku Honjo of Japan, won the 2018 Nobel Medicine Prize for research into how the body's natural defences can fight cancer, the jury s...

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Trump mocks Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony

Trump also mocked one of Kavanaugh's accusers, Christine Blasey Ford , for her Senate testimony last week . In a sign of their hardening stance, Republicans began to aim the credibility questions ...

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Texas surf resort tested after 'brain-eating amoeba' death

Texas surf resort tested after 'brain-eating amoeba' death

Parsons said Stabile had been in the park's wave pool. Stabile's headache, fever, confusion, and brain swelling all pointed to some type of bacterial meningitis - a severe and often life-threatening...

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Brain-eating amoeba detected in water system in Louisiana

Brain-eating amoeba detected in water system in Louisiana

Stabile complained of a headache on September 16, and the following day he was found to be incoherent and unable to get out of bed. KTBS reported that tests by the Louisiana Department and of Heal...

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Nobel for Helping the Immune System Fight Cancer

Nobel for Helping the Immune System Fight Cancer

The 9-million-kronor (US$1.01 million) prize will be shared by James Allison of the University of Texas and Tasuku Honjo of Kyoto University. Research by Allison at the University of Texas in the U....

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Deadly Flu Season Spurs New Push for Vaccinations

Deadly Flu Season Spurs New Push for Vaccinations

This season there are several different kinds of influenza vaccines being offered including a regular and high dose version for persons over 65, according to Kelaita. "Whenever friends come by, I ask ...

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Inside the Booze-Soaked 1980s When Brett Kavanaugh Was in High School

Inside the Booze-Soaked 1980s When Brett Kavanaugh Was in High School

Sometimes others did. I like beer. And searing accusations from Dr. Christine Blasey Ford that Kavanaugh assaulted her in high school. "We drank beer. When she asked Kavanaugh whether he had ever ...

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Too much screen time, too little horseplay for kids

Too much screen time, too little horseplay for kids

In addition, children also completed a cognition test, which assessed language abilities, episodic memory , executive function, attention, working memory and processing speed. Walsh believes that t...

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Four GOP Governors Want Senate to Delay Kavanaugh Vote

Four GOP Governors Want Senate to Delay Kavanaugh Vote

One hour into the questioning of Christine Blasey Ford , the Democratic senator Dianne Feinstein asked the psychology professor how she could be sure that she had been sexually assaulted by the jud...

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Vikings' Everson Griffen undergoing evaluation after incident

Vikings' Everson Griffen undergoing evaluation after incident

KSTP-TV in Minneapolis reports that Griffen was involved in a Saturday incident at a hotel where he allegedly threatened hotel staff. "According to police records, a person at Hotel Ivy was verbally...

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Vikings Concerned About Everson Griffen Following Hotel Incident

Vikings Concerned About Everson Griffen Following Hotel Incident

Zimmer was asked Tuesday whether the team could have done anything to make sure Griffen had undergone a mental health evaluation prior to Saturday. Beyond that, if Griffen's teammates were aware of th...

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CDC: Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia Cases To Double By 2060

CDC: Alzheimer’s Disease, Dementia Cases To Double By 2060

The increases are a result of people living longer. Sawai Man Singh Medical College to have a separate dementia clinic for treatment of Alzheimer's disease at its psychiatric centre in Adarsh ...

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Bodies recovered of mental health patients almost 24 hours after drowning

Bodies recovered of mental health patients almost 24 hours after drowning

Thompson said his office was responding to court orders to transport the women from a hospital and a mental-health center. Officials say the van was traveling near the Little Pee Dee River, one of...

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Bird Tests Positive For West Nile in McLean County

Bird Tests Positive For West Nile in McLean County

People get WNV after being bitten by an infected mosquito or handling a bird that died from the virus. Most people, about four in five, infected with the West Nile virus will not develop any symptom...

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Flu shots available at health department

Flu shots available at health department

Despite this conflicting advice, Public Health Solutions in Crete says some immunization is better than none, and predicting the timing of the flu is hard. That count represents about 60 percent of ch...

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Yoghurts 'contain more sugar than cola'

Yoghurts 'contain more sugar than cola'

Under the traffic lights nutritional labelling system, only products with less than 5g of sugar per 100g can be given the "green" low sugar rating. In these categories, total average sugars rang...

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DOJ Says Cigna Can Complete Merger Deal With Express Scripts 09/18/2018

DOJ Says Cigna Can Complete Merger Deal With Express Scripts 09/18/2018

Well being insurer Cigna Corp's (CI.N) $fifty two billion acquisition of pharmacy advantages supervisor Specific Scripts Retaining Co has passed US antitrust scrutiny, the companies acknowledged on ...

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Aspirin dose every day unnecessary for healthy older people

Aspirin dose every day unnecessary for healthy older people

Head of Monash University's Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, John McNeil said that the trial was long overdue and he hopes that the results will help inform prescribing doctors who ...

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Flood Waters Kill Two Horry County Detainees

Flood Waters Kill Two Horry County Detainees

The two victims were originally reported to be detainees, but officials have clarified they were patients at nearby mental hospitals. The victims were being transferred to McLeod Behavioral Health i...

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Low dose aspirin risks overwhelm benefits in healthy elderly

He added: "It means millions of healthy older people around the world who are taking low-dose aspirin without a medical reason may be doing so unnecessarily, because the study showed no overall bene...

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West Nile Virus a

West Nile Virus a "Public Health Threat" in Southern N.H

West Nile Virus is a viral disease that affects a horse's neurological system. The Medical Association of Athens (ISA) in a statement urged authorities to step up preventive measures, noting that sp...

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