• EOS Lip Balm Lawsuit: Customers Claim it can Cause Rash, Blisters
EOS Lip Balm Lawsuit: Customers Claim it can Cause Rash, Blisters

The Smooth egg-shaped product was priced at $2.99 and had become a cult favourite among beauty bloggers and teenagers. She is part of a class action lawsuit . "Within hours [after using], her lips became substantially dry and coarse, ... feeling like 'sandpaper', causing her to apply more of the balm on her lip to achieve the results of becoming...

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  • How citrus and red wine could improve your sex life
How citrus and red wine could improve your sex life

Dietary data included the men's consumption of foods and beverages containing high levels of flavonoids , plant chemicals that are present in tea, wine and many fruits and vegetables. Their study involved 25,000 middle-aged and older men, who answered a number of questions related to sexual health and diet in the past two decades.

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  • Mexico mounted huge manhunt to catch
Mexico mounted huge manhunt to catch "El Chapo" Guzman

Guzman's ties with del Castillo began publicly in 2012 when the actress, who has fronted campaigns for L'Oreal and Ford, wrote an open letter calling on the capo to "traffic in goodness" and saying she believed more in him than the government.

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  • More infections from dirty scopes at United States hospitals
More infections from dirty scopes at United States hospitals

Huntington Memorial Hospital in Pasadena, California, was among the other hospitals that  said  some of its patients contracted antibiotic-resistant superbugs linked to scopes. The report claims that by early 2013, Olympus, which makes 85% of duodenoscopes used in the US, knew of lab reports that found the devices were at risk of becoming contamina...

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  • Exercise training could be a new treatment for prostate cancer
Exercise training could be a new treatment for prostate cancer

This breakthrough, first revealed on Monday, January 4, will be more thoroughly featured at the 2016 Genitourinary Cancers Symposium, taking place between January 7 and 9 in San Francisco, California. Research leader Dr Liam Bourke, of Sheffield Hallam University, said: "It is the first step towards finding out whether exercise could be an effectiv...

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  • Government fines United Airlines $2.7 million for violating consumer rules
Government fines United Airlines $2.7 million for violating consumer rules

It's yet to be determined whether more reports citing the same incidents will emerge following this investigation on United. United said that the issue was caused by miscommunication among the ground staff. In January previous year, the Federal Aviation Administration sought a fine of $1.3m from United, claiming the carrier violated rules about...

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  • Some investors troubled by United's handling of news about ill CEO
Some investors troubled by United's handling of news about ill CEO

The transplant was the preferred method of treatment and not a setback for Munoz, United said in a statement. Munoz, 56, was hospitalized after an October heart attack, five weeks after becoming United's CEO. United had previously said Munoz would return to work in the first quarter. Jim Corridore, an equity analyst for S&P Capital IQ, said Thu...

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  • Bird flu at IN turkey farm not same as 2015 strain
Bird flu at IN turkey farm not same as 2015 strain

As a result of ongoing screening and surveillance testing for avian influenza and other poultry diseases in turkey flocks, according to National Poultry Improvement Plan protocols, a form of High Pathogenic Avian Influenza H7N8 (HPAI) has been detected in turkeys located in Dubois County.

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  • Did rock legend, David Bowie suffer 6 heart attacks?
Did rock legend, David Bowie suffer 6 heart attacks?

For the rest of our lives, we'll always be crashing in that same auto. Though they retained their privacy (to the point of not allowing photo spreads of their luxurious homes), the advent of social media helped the family share a bit more of their lives.

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  • Monsanto eliminates 1000 more jobs to cut costs
Monsanto eliminates 1000 more jobs to cut costs

The job cuts will vary from country to country, and are expected to continue through fiscal 2018, the company said. Results have been hit by falling demand for Monsanto's genetically modified seeds and other agricultural products as farmers have curtailed production in the wake of low prices for corn and other commodities.

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  • Manhattan doctor allegedly masturbates on knocked-out patient
Manhattan doctor allegedly masturbates on knocked-out patient

The 45-year-old, who served in Iraq, is accused giving a female patient with shoulder pain a shot of morphine, after nurses had already administered pain relief.

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  • David Bowie's death sends online song plays soaring
David Bowie's death sends online song plays soaring

She wrote on Twitter: "I'm devastated" This great Artist changed my life! They had one son together, Zowie, who is also known as Duncan Jones. Visconti told the crowd that Holy Holy's tour had "total approval" from Bowie before his death.

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  • Wal-Mart closed over 10 percent of Brazil stores in restructuring
Wal-Mart closed over 10 percent of Brazil stores in restructuring

Sam's Choice branded products are only sold at Wal-Mart. Blue Fin Capital now owns 16,652 shares of the retailer's stock valued at $1,021,000 after buying an additional 935 shares in the last quarter. A number of equities research analysts have issued reports on WMT shares. The mean of all analyst targets is $67.55 which is 4.10% above today's ($64...

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  • Roche and AbbVie line up for quick approval for cancer drug venetoclax
Roche and AbbVie line up for quick approval for cancer drug venetoclax

The mutation has been associated with aggressive cancer and survival of less than 2 to 3 years after diagnosis. Venetoclax is an investigational oral B-cell lymphoma-2 (BCL-2) inhibitor being evaluated for the treatment of patients with various types of cancer.

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  • Africa's Ebola outbreak over but 'vigilance' needed — United Nations health agency
Africa's Ebola outbreak over but 'vigilance' needed — United Nations health agency

In Liberia , 4,809 people lost their lives - more than in any other country. The World Bank estimates the economic damage of the outbreak, which devastated the mining, agriculture and tourism industries in Liberia , Sierra Leone and Guinea , at US$2.2 billion over 2014-15.

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  • 'Harry Potter' star Alan Rickman dead at 69
'Harry Potter' star Alan Rickman dead at 69

Alan Rickman was born February 21, 1946, in the Acton area of London, into a working-class family. After college, he worked as a graphic designer for a radical newspaper, and later opened a graphic design studio.

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  • New dog flu strain spreading in parts of US
New dog flu strain spreading in parts of US

That means the new bug that has sickened at least 2,000 dogs - and likely more - in 25 USA states since last spring has made its way to the Pacific Northwest. American Veterinary Medical Association also reported that since its detection, 2,000 cases have now been confirmed positive over Washington D.C. and 40 other states in the U.S.

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  • Why Bernie Sanders Has Excellent Chance of Winning Now
Why Bernie Sanders Has Excellent Chance of Winning Now

Bernie Sanders of Vermont, who was scheduled to appear later in the program. "I said to him, 'Even though that kind of pissed me off, that was actually pretty good line.' He smiled".

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  • Shire says internal synergy goals from Baxalta deal higher
Shire says internal synergy goals from Baxalta deal higher

The agreed terms of $18 in cash and 0.1482 Shire American depositary receipts per Baxalta share values the company at $32bn. That enabled it to sidestep a hostile deal in which it would have faced takeover defences including a "poison pill" that stopped unwanted suitors from buying more than 10 per cent of the company and a hard-to-replace board....

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  • Gov. Bruce Rauner Talks About a Difficult First Year in Office
Gov. Bruce Rauner Talks About a Difficult First Year in Office

Rauner says his vision for economic prosperity would help create jobs and allow more money to go to schools. But he said none of them included revenue to fund their spending plan.

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