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Royal Rumble Date And Location Announced

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But one superstar that won't be in the women's Royal Rumble match will be the SmackDown Women's Champion, Charlotte Flair. Irrititated by their comments, Styles came out to issue a challenge, and said he would take on both of them in a back-to-back fight. Read More »

Buhari Should Heed Obasanjo's Advice And Go Home - Fayose

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PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, in a statement in Abuja , however rejected the call by Obasanjo for the emergence of a third force, saying that such would amount to repeating the same alleged blunder that brought in the APC and the Buhari Presidency which it said had wrecked havoc on the nation in its nearly three years of governance. Read More »

New report finds Florida trailing in reducing tobacco use

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Smoking remains the number one most preventable cause of death in the United States. "Statewide, smoking rates have continued to decline to historic lows, yet tobacco use remains Wisconsin's leading cause of preventable death and disease killing almost 8,000 residents each year", said Dona Wininsky, director of tobacco control and public policy for the American Lung Association in Wisconsin. Read More »

Protecting your dog from the flu

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Humans can also be vectors for dog flu, if they are touching one sick pooch and later give pats to another without washing their hands. Preliminary tests point to H3N2, which the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention describes as an avian flu virus that adapted to infect dogs. Read More »

Hostesses were 'play things' for men at Presidents Club dinner

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But female hosts were allegedly ordered to wear skimpy black outfits with matching underwear and made to sign non-disclosure agreements. The dinner was the subject of an extensive report from the Financial Times , in which two undercover reporters got jobs working among the 100-plus hostesses hired to entertain male guests on the night. Read More »

Philadelphia Allows Safe Injection Sites, First Time in the US

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In December, health experts in Philadelphia released a review of the scientific evidence behind supervised injection sites that underlines their efficacy in preventing deaths and infections, such as HIV and hepatitis C. Critics say it would amount to a sanctioning of illegal drug use; some public health advocates reply that, in a time of medical crisis, it's better to prioritize people's health and safety, even if it means (in some ways) giving unsafe and illegal drug use a pass. Read More »

National Cervical Cancer Awareness Month

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A smear test is a form of cervical screening that is offered to women aged 25 to 64. "The consensus in the United States, which is very similar to the population here, is to do a pap smear and HPV vaccination from 21 onwards because HPV needs 7 to 12 years to develop so it's extremely rare to have it earlier". Read More »

Leading Healthcare stock IntelliPharmaCeutics International Inc. (IPCI)

HC Wainwright initiated coverage on shares of IntelliPharmaCeutics Intl (NASDAQ: IPCI ) (TSE:I) in a research report sent to investors on Friday, MarketBeat reports. Intellipharmaceutics (NASDAQ: IPCI ) has a current PEG of 0. Moving average convergence divergence (MACD) shows that the stock is on a PRICE RELATIVITY trend. Read More »

Karnataka bandh tomorrow: What is open, what is closed

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Several Kannada and farmer outfits have called for this protest due to the Centre's alleged apathy towards the Mahadayi dispute. The pro-Kannada organisation has made a decision to call state-wide bandh across Karnataka and Bengaluru to resolve the Mahadayi river dispute . Read More »

Vaping can lead teens to cigarette smoking

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On the other hand, there was substantial evidence that the use of e-cigarettes amongst young people increased the possibility that they would smoke conventional cigarettes when they're older. A recent report from the CDC linked the use of these devices by youths to marketing by e-cig makers. 23 wrestles with the potential benefits and harms of the vapor-emitting devices which have been sold in the US for more than a decade. Read More »

Rally outside Capitol celebrates Roe v. Wade anniversary

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Donald Trump has previously spoken out in favour of abortion. Almost six in 10 - 58 percent - of white voters support abortion remaining legal in most or all cases. Feminist writer Evette Dionne tweeted that the political conversation about abortion is closely tied to issues about class and race. "But doing it together makes it easier to be courageous, because it's not just one of us-we're all in this together". Read More »

Cary girl, 6, dies days after flu diagnosis

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The paramedic then allegedly told the family to "just keep her hydrated and she will be okay in a week or so", the account said. At least 30 children have been killed by the flu this season, federal health officials said. Reflecting on the tragic loss of her daughter, Rhonda Muth told ABC 11 that she is devastated. Emily Muth, of North Carolina, complained of a runny nose and a cough before she was rushed to hospital when she struggled to breathe. Read More »

CPI(M) mulling impeachment motion against CJI Dipak Misra

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The four senior-most judges of the Supreme Court - Justices J Chelameswar, Ranjan Gogoi, Madan B Lokur and Kurian Joseph - had revolted against CJI Dipak Misra on January 12, raising questions on "selective" case allocation and certain judicial orders at a press conference. Read More »

Severe winter weather & flu impacting blood donations

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The American Red Cross is asking for help collecting blood and platelet donations after both severe winter weather and the flu have caused a drop in their blood collection. "Very important time for the Red Cross hoping this encourages people to make donations", he said. Most blood and platelet donations are used for direct blood transfusions that can help patients with many conditions, including iron deficiency, anemia, cancer, liver failure, severe infections and serious burns, according to ... Read More »

Get ready for a comic ride, straight from NY

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Diljit plays the role of a recovery agent while Sonakshi plays the role of a fashion designer. Boman Irani and Lara Dutta . Baahubali star Rana Daggubati and MS Dhoni: The Untold Story actor Sushant Singh Rajput also appear in the trailer - which just upped the comedy quotient. Read More »

Supreme Court hops into case of endangered dusky gopher frog

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It eventually designated four MS counties as habitat, later adding the disputed parcel in St. Tammany Parish. The foundation represents other landowners in the same litigation. The dusky gopher frog was finally granted a recovery plan - the main tool for identifying actions necessary to save endangered species from extinction and eventually remove their protection - in 2016, after a 2012 notice of intent to sue filed by the Center and Gulf Restoration Network. Read More »

French prison guards start nationwide strike

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Guards across the country have downed tools following a string of attacks by inmates and scuffles at jails. The latest incident saw two prison guards were hospitalised on Sunday after being assaulted with a table leg by an inmate at a jail in northern France . Read More »

White House Doctor Says Trump Is In 'Excellent' Physical, Cognitive Health

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Jackson replied that Trump's heart is "in the excellent category". Jackson gave the president's vital statistics as follows: height 1.9m, 108kg, resting heart rate 68, blood pressure 122/74. However, others have defended the medical, with the Huffington Post's Yashar Ali tweeting: "Dr. Ronny Jackson has been the Presidential physician since 2013". Read More »

Is Trump's doctor excellent?

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Ronald Petersen, an Alzheimer's disease expert at the prestigious Mayo Clinic , said he could not comment specifically on the president's cognitive health. "I feel very confident that he has a very strong and a very probable possibility of making it completely through his presidency with no medical issues", said Dr Jackson. Read More »

Vietnam ex-official jailed over graft

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Thanh had been accused of embezzlement and mismanaging funds as the former chairman of PetroVietnam Construction Joint Stock Corporation (PVC), a PetroVietnam subsidiary. Last week, he asked the court for forgiveness, however, he was sent to jail for 13 years. He was convicted of violating state economic management rules. Read More »

Trump fit for duty, should hit the gym: White House doctor

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Jackson questions, including why Trump slurred his words recently. As far as the President's mental health . He had a flawless score on a cognitive screening test. "The 6'3" president now weighs 239 pounds, Jackson said - 3 pounds heavier than he was in September 2016, the last time Trump revealed his weight to the public. Read More »

Naqeebullah murder: Former SSP Rao Anwar claims being 'wrongfully maligned'

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The meeting also made a decision to replace all station house officers (SHOs) in District Malir. Relatives of one of the dead men, who was identified as Naqeebullah Mehsud, 27, from South Waziristan tribal district, rejected the claims of militant links and said he was an aspiring model who arrived in Karachi in 2008 in search of job and had been running a shop in the city. Read More »

Trump 'mentally sharp', but needs to lose weight

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His physician has revealed that he personally asked for the tests to be carried out as part of his first medical check-up as president. The President said he would like to lose some, according to the doctor. While The Donald, 71, received a clean bill of health (" excellent ") Tuesday afternoon during an exhausting White House press briefing, and was declared fit for duty for some time to come, at a height of six feet three inches tall, weighing in at 239 pounds, he is considered ... Read More »

White House doctor says Trump in 'excellent' overall health

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White House physician Dr. Ronny Jackson speaks to reporters during the daily press briefing at the White House in Washington on Tuesday. The White House , which previously said Trump would not undergo a psychological exam, has called the questions being raised about Trump's mental fitness "disgraceful and laughable", and Trump himself tweeted that he is a "very stable genius ". Read More »

Rohingyas' repatriation to Myanmar postponed

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The United Nations described the military operation as ethnic cleansing of the Rohingya, which Myanmar denies. He did not immediately give a new date for the repatriations to begin. Myanmar accused the Rohingya insurgents of torching seven villages, one outpost, and two parts of Maungdaw town. These include holding the military accountable for alleged killings, looting and rape, and releasing "innocent Rohingya" detained in counter-insurgency operations. Read More »

NIA's Most-Wanted Terrorist Abdul Subhan Quresh Arrested In Delhi

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Qureshi was the alleged mastermind of the 2008 Gujarat blasts in which 56 people were killed and over 200 injured. "We have found pistols and documents on Qureshi; he was trying to revive the SIMI [Students Islamic Movement of India, another local extremist group] and the Indian Mujahideen", added Kuswaha. Read More »

Apex court takes over all hearings on Loya's death

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Earlier, a Bench headed by Justice Arun Mishra had recused itself from hearing two petitions, filed by Congress leader Tehseen Poonawalla and a Maharashtra journalist B. The bench got irked when senior advocate Dushyant Dave, appearing for a Bombay lawyers body which had filed a PIL in the high court there, took the name of BJP president Amit Shah during the hearing alleging that everything has been done to protect him (Shah). Read More »

Boy with 10-pound tumor on face dies after surgery in Florida

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Emanuel Zayas had surgery in Miami to remove the benign tumor but he later developed kidney and lung complications, CNN reports. Dr. Robert Marx, head of maxillofacial surgery at the University of Miami Health System and the main doctor assigned to Zayas' case, told NBC Miami the boy's family donated his remains to science. Read More »