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Flu hospitalizations highest on record — CDC

Flu hospitalizations highest on record — CDC

There have been no supply shortages reported. "This is the busiest flu season that I can recall since being in business since 1978", said pharmacist Gerry Acampora, owner of North Haven Pharmacy....

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Hot tea can increases your risk of esophageal cancer

Hot tea can increases your risk of esophageal cancer

A study of more than 450,000 adults reveals adults who liked their tea or coffee "burning hot" were harming their health. On the other hand, the individuals who drank hot tea and consumed 15g or...

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Leeds manager search - Championship boss among favourites, young German enters running

Leeds manager search - Championship boss among favourites, young German enters running

The Mirror are reporting that former England, Newcastle United, and Derby County manager Steve McClaren is in the frame to takeover at Elland Road. Cardiff City's ruthless thrashing of Leeds Unit...

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Trump Congratulates Super Bowl Champ Eagles

Trump Congratulates Super Bowl Champ Eagles

Brady watched the replay and then kept walking. As pleasantly as possible, Brady spat out the platitudes of a losing quarterback: "you try to win and sometimes you lose", "if you're not in the game, y...

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Bangladesh recall Sabbir for Dhaka Test

Bangladesh recall Sabbir for Dhaka Test

Bangladesh: Mahmudullah (captain), Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das , Mushfiqur Rahim, Imrul Kayes, Mominul Haque , Mosaddek Hossain, Taijul Islam, Mustafizur Rahman, Kamrul Islam, Mehidy Hassan, Nayeem Hasan...

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Doug Pederson Rips Into Eagles After Sloppy Practice

Doug Pederson Rips Into Eagles After Sloppy Practice

In Green Bay, he rarely got a snap. Doug Pederson didn't have a hard sell, either. "It's that time of year". A second-year coach, Pederson helped the Eagles weather a wave of injuries and cont...

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Brett Favre warns Eagles about Patriots greatness

Brett Favre warns Eagles about Patriots greatness

Third time is a charm". "Ain't no 'if, ' man", he told reporters. "Don't ever say - kinda like a year ago, 'We have it won and we're going to go to the drive-thru.' That's not a good idea". With...

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Dogs More Likely To Bite Emotionally Unstable People, Study Shows

Dogs More Likely To Bite Emotionally Unstable People, Study Shows

Most surprising, though, was an apparent link between dog bites and respondents who scored lowest for emotional stability on the personality test. Writing in the Journal of Epidemiology and Communi...

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Fear, anger in Delhi's Raghubir Nagar after photographer's murder

Fear, anger in Delhi's Raghubir Nagar after photographer's murder

The 23-year-old deceased's family explained that Ankit was returning home from work at the time, but had made a decision to go back to his studio after receiving a call from the girl's father. They th...

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Ireland stun France with kick from last-minute saviour Sexton

Ireland stun France with kick from last-minute saviour Sexton

In 2018, Tourism Ireland in France will undertake a targeted programme of promotions. "Italy are destined for the wooden spoon once again, there doesn't look to be much hope of them not losing a...

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In Bengaluru, PM Narendra Modi vows to make Karnataka 'Congress

In Bengaluru, PM Narendra Modi vows to make Karnataka 'Congress

The Prime Minister also said people of the state have not received the benefits of Centre's funds. The election schedule for Karnataka is expected to be released within the next couple of months, wi...

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Tens of Thousands Raised for Charity in Traverse City Polar Plunge

Tens of Thousands Raised for Charity in Traverse City Polar Plunge

Hundreds of high school students took a plunge into the Atlantic Saturday at Hampton Beach to benefit Special Olympics New Hampshire. This year's Tega Cay polar plunge is even more special. Newcomb'...

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Man United boss Mourinho rejects talk of Zlatan Ibrahimovic exit

Man United boss Mourinho rejects talk of Zlatan Ibrahimovic exit

Some reports have even suggested Ibrahimovic - whose United contract runs until the end of this season - has already penned a deal with the MLS side. "He never mentioned absolutely anything to me, n...

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This flu season's hospitalizations are highest in almost a decade

This flu season's hospitalizations are highest in almost a decade

On the bright side, the CDC said flu activity in the West receded for the second week in a row. “We expect effectiveness against H3N2 will be low, but we dont have that final number yet, ” she said. I...

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Fidel Castro's troubled son takes his own life

Fidel Castro's troubled son takes his own life

Former Rep. Lincoln Diaz-Balart and Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, both known for being fiercely anti-communist Florida politicians have mourned his death saying that they can't express their sorrow for losi...

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Cellphone radiation poses no real harm to humans, new research says

Cellphone radiation poses no real harm to humans, new research says

In another study, it was found that none of the mice had developed any health problems due to the exposure to radiation. Neither study turned up clear evidence that radiofrequency radiation causes...

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CHAN 2018 : Morocco secures a place in the final after defeating Libya

CHAN 2018 : Morocco secures a place in the final after defeating Libya

The Moroccans boast the tournament's top scorer so far in Ayoub El Kaabi who has grabbed eight of his side's 12 goals so far while the Nigerian's top scorers are Anthony Okpotu and Okechukwu Gabriel...

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Plucky nurse's flu video goes viral

Plucky nurse's flu video goes viral

Slightly losing her patience as she described the current situation in a hospital emergency room she said: "Here are some ideas on how to treat the flu at home". "I have a tendency to be mocking in ...

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Hyderabad: Girl raped inside movie theatre, accused arrested

Hyderabad: Girl raped inside movie theatre, accused arrested

The accused was arrested on January 31. Soon after the shopping was over, the two went to a cinema hall where they were joined by a friend of the prime accused. "The girl went home and informed abou...

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Cancer breakthrough eliminates tumors in mice with simple injection

Cancer breakthrough eliminates tumors in mice with simple injection

The method works by using two agents to reinvigorate cancer-fighting T cells directly in the tumor. This works with nearby immune cells to activate a receptor called OX40 on the surface of the T cells...

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Man found guilty of London mosque terror attack

Man found guilty of London mosque terror attack

The trial heard how Osborne's attack was fuelled by a hatred for Muslims and how he had initially planned to kill " as many people as possible " at an Islamic march in London the day before. Defense...

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February 2 is Wear Red Day

February 2 is Wear Red Day

The annual " Go Red for Women " luncheon is this midday at the Ritz Carlton in Clayton. Mayor Bob Scott has declared Friday will be "Wear Red Day", encouraging locals to wear red apparel to promote ...

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Breast cancer treatment increase heart disease risks

Breast cancer treatment increase heart disease risks

As patients undergo cancer treatments - she monitors their heart health. Survivors also have increased cardiovascular risk factors, and the statement points out that heart disease prevention and m...

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Weekly Flu Report: Two more children die from flu complications

Weekly Flu Report: Two more children die from flu complications

In Jackson County, a long-term care facility reported 25 residents sick with flu like symptoms. Despite hospitalizations trending downward in King County and elsewhere , reported flu deaths have be...

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Coffee might get cancer warnings in California

Coffee might get cancer warnings in California

Acrylamide has been on the list since January 1, 1990, although scientists didn't discover the chemical's presence in cooked foods until 2002, when the Swedish National Food Administration reporte...

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