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Australian cricket team fast bowlers gearing up for Ashes against England

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Australia's bowling coach David Saker - now filling in as the head coach in absence of Darren Lehmann in the ongoing India tour - has confirmed that Starc and Hazlewood will play First-Class cricket in the lead-up to the Ashes . Ben Stokes, England's star allrounder, has been suspended from worldwide cricket until further notice following a brawl outside a nightclub in Bristol last week, and many people have suggested that England wouldn't be a big enough force without him. Read More »

Planned Parenthood Receives County Proclamation for Breast Cancer Awareness

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He joined fellow assembly members in Cardiff to show his support for the thousands of women and men affected by breast cancer each year, encouraging people across Wales to take part on wear it pink day. Whatever you do, you're helping the charity achieve its aim that, if we all act now, by 2050 everyone who develops breast cancer will live. "I'm really looking forward to running this vehicle and seeing if we can make this thing fly at over 330 miles per hour while brining awareness for breast ... Read More »

Hardik Pandya reveals identity of the 'mystery girl' in his viral picture

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Earlier, Pandya was seen involved in playful banter with Bollywood "beauty" Parineeti Chopra on micro blogging site Twitter. Then there were rumours about Shibani Dandekar, the 36-year-old crooner. He responded back to the post and mentioned that the girl was his sister! Pandya replying to a tweet from a news website that featured the story, wrote: "Mystery solved!" Pandya has become famous after playing some brilliant innings in the last couple of months for India. Read More »

GoFundMe for Vegas Victims Collects Over $3 Million

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And we will be prepared to support Las Vegas if called upon. "You don't go there expecting to have somebody firing an automatic weapon on you, and you don't expect to see people dying in front of you", he said. "Our city is coming together". The Southern Nevada chapter of the American Red Cross is assisting victims. "Literally, every single bed was being used, every single hallway was being used", Kihuen said, according to the Associated Press. Read More »

Kentuckians donating more blood after mass shooting in Las Vegas

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Caroline McGuire tells us there were enough blood donations to help the more than 500 victims of the shooting but say now is the time to replenish the supply. Donors can make an appointment to donate blood online, at www.unitedbloodservices.org , or by calling 543-4290, ext. 0. "The only way that we can help other communities is if we are able to meet the needs of our communities first", she said. Read More »

Blood Donation Lines Stretch Blocks in Vegas

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Nguyen said last week she had to get supplies from the mainland to make up for a shortage. Nevada resident Michelle White arrived at the at UMC's Delta Point blood drive at 7:30 am with her husband, a Nevada state assemblyman. Scott says the phones were ringing off the hook Monday morning; West Texans were already making an effort to reach out and offer blood. "Unfortunately, we had to make national news, and I don't like breaking records like that". Read More »

Fundraiser collecting money for Las Vegas shooting victims

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Bonfils Blood Center has a location near you, and you can find those locations by tapping this link . Phil Helsel reported from Las Vegas and Jackson Hudgins reported from New York City . "Everybody has blood. Come and give", said phleobotomist Aleida Miranda. "Especially with what has happened in Las Vegas", said Ellie Kueffner, blood donor. Read More »

October flawless time for flu shot

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At the moment patients who are 65 years or older and living in Berkshire and Oxfordshire will be invited to take part. And with about 800 people in Victoria dying each year from influenza - the most of any communicable disease - Mr Delahunty has again encouraged people who have not yet had a flu vaccine this year to see their GP and get one. Read More »

Aubameyang 'never tempted' with EPL move

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Borussia Dortmund attacker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has affirmed that he is not interested in a switch to Manchester City , or any other Premier League club. Despite him being linked with big money moves away from the Bundesliga club, he still remains the main man up front at Signal Iduna Park . "I'm very happy to have stayed in Dortmund". Read More »

Tattoos can cause infections 15 years later, doctors warn

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Doctors were left baffled after testing an Australian woman for cancer only to discover the lumps under her arms were caused by old tattoo ink. Lymph node with black pigment taken from the woman's armpit. The diagnosis was determined to be granulomatous lymphadenitis, which was probably a hypersensitivity reaction to the tattoo pigment. In the United States, almost four in 10 millennials have tattoos, according to a Pew Research Center report . Read More »

Rehoboth mosquitoes test positive for West Nile virus

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Two other human cases of West Nile have been confirmed in the county, where West Nile was reported in mosquito populations in July. "While there is no cause for alarm, we advise residents to cooperate with us in our efforts to reduce the exposure to the virus, which can be debilitating to humans", Commissioner Tomarken said. Read More »

Methane Emissions From Cows Are 11% Higher Than Predicted — DISASTER

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A new NASA-sponsored study shows that global methane emissions produced by livestock are 11% higher than estimates made last decade. Cows and other ruminant animals release methane into the atmosphere as a result of a process that is called " enteric fermentation " - a technical term which basically refers to the digestive chemistry in the animals' stomachs. Read More »

U-17 World Cup Can Change the Football Scenario in India

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The FIFA U-17 World Cup is a mere three days away and the young and confident Indian team is prepping up for the biggest challenge of the sport. India play their first match on October 6 against USA. The FIFA U-17 World Cup is scheduled to take place between the 6 and 28 October across six venues in India.India is hosting the tournament for the first time. Read More »

Cardinals Work Overtime To Beat 49ers

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Luther Strange in Huntsville on September 18, the Friday night before the third Sunday of the NFL's 2017 season. That's a total disrespect of everything that we stand for, " Trump said during a rally in Huntsville for Luther Strange's U.S. Read More »

Color-changing tattoos monitor blood glucose at a glance

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The team tattooed the inks onto pig skin and observed how the colour changed. Traditional tattoo inks are replaced with biosensors whose colors change in response to variations in the interstitial fluid . The ink turns from green into brown when blood glucose levels increases. Speaking to Inverse, study co-author Nan Jiang said: "This work could be expanded to monitor athletes and their health levels, people who have chronic conditions that need to be monitored like diabetes, and it ... Read More »

Local gas prices drop another 6.5 cents per gallon

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The national average price of gas was about $2.56 per gallon, down slightly from about $2.58 a week ago. The average price in Rhode Island was 47 cents lower, $2.19, at this time previous year. "Prices are still inflated after hurricanes Irma and Harvey, but will keep falling as refinery operations, supplies, imports and exports return to normal. Read More »

Blood Center May Help Vegas Shooting Victims

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Lines at the blood banks in Las Vegas continue to grow. And that blood has to be processed before use. The Community Blood Center manager, Cindy Kerns, said regular donors allow the center to supply blood after emergencies. "I feel like it's a way of helping". While O-positive, O-negative and platelet donations are most needed whenever tragedy strikes, Bonfils urges both existing and first-time donors of all blood types to come in and donate. Read More »

Florida State gets first win against Wake Forest

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He said conditions were similar at a number of Big Ten schools and called it "a conscious effort of gamesmanship that is unsportsmanlike when you have locker rooms that are too small [and] not heated or cooled properly". Aguayo hit another field goal with less than seven minutes left to tie the game at 19 apiece where the game remained scoreless until Blackman's strike to Tate to win. Read More »

Buhari condemns calls for secession, as Nigerians marks 1st October

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In his Independence Day broadcast, Buhari said his government will not and can not allow such advocacy. President Muhammadu Buhari has said that he won't allow the country divide under his administration. "The President's aircraft touched down at the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) 105 Composite Group, where he was received by the Borno State Governor, other top government officials and the Service Chiefs, including the Chief of the Air Staff, Air Marshal Sadique Abubakar". Read More »

Local woman tells her story for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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After speaking with her doctor, "He suggested an early mammogram just for a baseline and called me that day with the result that they had found a mass in my breast", said Schabel. She says she won her battle against the disease 3 years ago and while it's a great feeling, she still remembers the day she got diagnosed. Olson said a support system is so important. Read More »

Puerto Rico Hospitals Are Struggling To Provide Care After Hurricane Maria

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Gen. Jeffrey Buchanan , who's been appointed to lead all military hurricane efforts in Puerto Rico . President Donald Trump had come under increasing pressure in recent days from officials in Puerto Rico and the mainland concerned about the island , which is running dangerously low on fuel, clean drinking water and other critical supplies after being devastated by Hurricane Maria . Read More »

Losing Sense of Smell Could Be Early Sign Of Dementia

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Almost 80 per cent who gave one or two correct answers also had it. A new research suggests that people who can not identify common odors may have developed dementia as the loss of the sense of smell is a strong indicator that severe brain damage has been done. Read More »

Thiessen: Disrespecting the flag a disgraceful way to protest Trump

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Trump has since doubled down on the initial comments, saying on Twitter that recalcitrant players should " find something else to do ". "I think they made it clear they support our players, but also support our country, the national anthem, the flag-all of the things some have suggested we don't". Read More »

Wallabies and Springboks in another stalemate

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South Africa's Courtnall Skosan‚ front, scores a try as Australia's Bernard Foley, left, and teammate Kurtley Beale, defend during their teams' Rugby Championship match at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein, South Africa, Saturday, Sept. Read More »

Death toll rises to 23 in stampede at Elphinstone foot overbridge

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He also warned the government that he will not let a single brick be laid in the construction of bullet train until the present infrastructure of local railways is made better, news agency ANI reported. Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had expressed sadness over the Mumbai stampede , assuring that a strict action will be taken against the culprits. Read More »

'Stranger Things 2': How Barb's Death Is Significant To The Story

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Barb (Shannon Purser) was killed by the demogorgon while her BFF (Natalia Dyer) was gettin' it on with boyfriend Steve (Joe Keery). 'There are a lot of loose ends there that Nancy feels need to be addressed'. As the actress tells it, trying to find justice for Barb will be a big storyline for her. "In their mind, Hopper has been slacking off and he's a joke of a chief". Read More »

New Zealand Women's Open to conclude Monday after major weather disruptions

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Two major delays totalling almost five hours caused by heavy rain squalls forced the decision late Sunday afternoon to come back on Monday and finish as a 72-hole event. "We've decided we're going to go 72 holes". Players returned to the course at 12:28 p.m. and nearly two hours of play were possible before play was suspended again because of the threat of lightning. Read More »

U of L Interim President Addresses Series Of Scandals With Lawmakers

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Make no mistake about it. Since 2015, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been investigating the influence of money on coaches and players in the NCAA . Even the best coaches will admit, although sometimes grudgingly, that they are only as good as the players they recruit. Lee Richards, a former US attorney and white-collar criminal defense attorney in NY, said prosecutors likely will try to negotiate plea deals with those charged, in exchange for evidence against high-ranking ... Read More »