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Drunk birds are terrorizing people in Minnesota

A small community in Northern Minnesota has been phoning in some unusual calls to local police with concerns about birds that seem to be intox...

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Lingerie shops offers wide ranges of options for breast cancer survivors

Outside the store, Stop & Shop will support fifteen Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks in NY and New Jersey with an in-kind donation o...

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General Electric just abruptly ousted CEO John Flannery

Tusa added that GE shares tend to outperform on the day of major news events that "change the narrative" on sentiment such as the June 2018 ne...

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Brain-eating amoeba kills surfer

A small CDC team collected samples for Naegleria fowleri testing and will be working with the health department on recommendations to provid...

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Nobel Prize in Medicine awarded to cancer immunotherapy scientists

The two winners of this year's Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology made discoveries that 'constitute a landmark in our fight against cancer,...

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Limiting screen time can lead to better cognition in children, says study

Walsh along with his research team observed the data of 4,520 children spread across 20 locations in the US. While about half met the sleep reco...

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Brain-eating amoeba detected in water system in Louisiana

Fabrizio Stabile, 29, died September 21, according to his obituary. He died five days later and tested positive for Naegleria fowleri the da...

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Allison and Tasuku Honjo Win 2018 Nobel Prize In Physiology or Medicine

The joint award to Allison and Honjo was given "for their discovery of cancer therapy by inhibition of negative immune regulation ", the Nobe...

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Deadly Flu Season Spurs New Push for Vaccinations

Guess what? They got the flu from someone. The new analysis found large regional variations in children's flu vaccine coverage, from a low...

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Amazon's Alexa service suffers outages across the UK and Europe

This time around Amazon has opted for something less austere, aping the 2nd-gen Echo with a a fabric cover and coming in a choice of three col...

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Doctor Urge Early Vaccinations As Flu Season Approaches

The nasal spray flu vaccine option is also suggested this flu season. According to the CDC, it's hard to predict the timing, severity and leng...

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Klobuchar: Kavanaugh Would Have Thrown Me Out of His Courtroom

Later in the hearing, Kavanaugh apologized, but it was a back-and-forth that seemed to encapsulate the nasty tone of the hearing and clips of th...

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Limited screen time good for children's brains

The National Institutes of Health has funded researchers to track the biological and behavioral development of children through adolescence, tra...

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Third case of West Nile found in Laurens County

This week, the NYDOH believes that someone with the West Nile Virus donated blood , without knowing they ahd the virus. "Langlade County resi...

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New ANONYMOUS sexual assault complaint against Brett Kavanaugh emerges

Vanity Fair writer Maya Kosoff tweeted that she was watching from the waiting room at a doctor's office. Trump was reportedly unhappy with ...

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Fiery Kavanaugh denies quiet accuser Ford in Senate showdown

Everyone knew what Christine Blasey Ford was going to say before the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday morning. The testimony -...

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Attack in Congo risks effort to combat Ebola

At the time, the WHO's Peter Salama described it as a "dreaded" scenario. This latest outbreak in the country's east has infected at least...

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Vikings DE Griffen on leave; team concerned about well-being

The Minneapolis Police Department report detailed the incident, with the name of the person making the threat redacted. After the Vikings requ...

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By 2060 of patients with Alzheimer’s disease would be three times more

Robert Redfield added. In order for people who don't have Alzheimer's symptoms to participate in studies, they'll need to be tested for some o...

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Researchers Dosed Octopuses Ecstasy, and Here's What Happened Next

This has led to speculations that humans and octopuses could have an evolutionary link. They have a complex nervous system that has evolved in a...

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No time for flu shot? Glynn County offers drive-thru vaccinations

The CDC recommends that you get your vaccination now, on the eve of the 2018-19 flu season, before it picks up steam in October. The vaccine t...

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Supermarket yoghurts contain more sugar than Coke, study warns

Bernadette Moore, first author of the research from the University of Leeds . Moore suggests that using a natural yogurt sweetened with fresh...

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Daily aspirin 'does not improve health', study finds

The minimum age was 70; 65 in the United States for African-American and Hispanic individuals due to their higher risk for dementia and cardiov...

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Two mental-health patients in sheriff’s van drown in S.C. floodwaters

They remained in the van as of early Wednesday, and Marion County Coroner Jerry Richardson said authorities would not be able to retrieve thei...

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Kids May Be Overweight Because of Household Disinfectants

The research can't prove cause-and-effect, but suggests that household disinfectants might be promoting childhood obesity by altering the gut ...

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Low-dose aspirin doesn't extend healthy living in older people

Lead researcher Professor John McNeil, of Monash University, Australia, said the study proves many older people may be taking the medicine "un...

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An Emergency Physician Explains the Apple Watch ECG

At the same time pre-order for Apple's iPhone X and iPhone XS Max also opened today. "iPhone Xs is packed with next-generation technologie...

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Low-dose aspirin offers no benefit for healthy older people

A team of researchers from Monash University in Melbourne published their findings from a seven-year study in the prestigious New England Journ...

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Apple unveils new iPhones, with cheapest model starting at $1029

It retains the key advances of the first iPhone X - facial recognition and an edge-to-edge display - but is cheaper while being noticeably lar...

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Know the differences between iPhone XS and iPhone XR

The iPhone XR , the handset most people will want to buy this year , will be about a month late to the party. Unlike the dual-SIM setups we ...

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