• Dwyane Wade bikes with police to promote unity in Miami
Dwyane Wade bikes with police to promote unity in Miami

Bernard Hospital and resuscitated. Udonis Haslem , the Heat's other captain last season along with Wade and Bosh, offered his own toast, addressing Wade now getting the opportunity to play in his hometown of Chicago, after Haslem has spent all 13 years of his National Basketball Association career in his native South Florida.

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  • 7 children hospitalized after dental procedures in Anaheim
7 children hospitalized after dental procedures in Anaheim

Cellulitis is commonly a skin infection that occurs when a certain bacteria enters the skin and breaks it, causing swelling, pain, redness and depending on the location it could cause other infections. The clinic has agreed to stop performing the procedure for now, according to CBS. Amador's daughter, Nairi, went to the clinic for a routine exam ...

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  • Sarawak's first Zika case may have been locally-contracted, says Dr Subramaniam
Sarawak's first Zika case may have been locally-contracted, says Dr Subramaniam

The WHO, however, does not say anything against breastfeeding among mothers who are infected with Zika . Another 86 infections by pregnant women have been found across the state. City officials said they didn't want it, but their hands were tied by a public health emergency declared by Gov. Rick Scott in February. The outbreak of Zika , a mos...

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  • Trump campaign: Obama born in the US
Trump campaign: Obama born in the US

Earlier Thursday, Trump had again refused to say whether he believes Obama was born in the U.S., despite recent efforts by his top surrogates to downplay the "birther" controversy . Obama released his full Hawaii birth certificate in April 2011, a month after Trump himself raised the birther issue for the first time by telling "Good Morning Amer...

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  • Obama sets timetable to lift Myanmar sanctions
Obama sets timetable to lift Myanmar sanctions

The two leaders said in a joint statement that the US will also give preferential trade status to Myanmar "in light of progress on a number of fronts, including strengthening protections for internationally recognized worker rights". officials said Myanmar would be back in the program by mid-November, however the ban on military assistance and visa...

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  • As flu season looms, Greenwich urges residents to get flu shots
As flu season looms, Greenwich urges residents to get flu shots

The Sedgwick County Health Department will offer flu shots at its clinic at 2716 W. Central beginning September 19. Beginning in October, DPH officials will begin to report weekly influenza activity to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as part of statewide flu surveillance efforts.

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  • Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project
Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project

Already, the Democratic presidential nominee has faced significant criticism about ties between the charitable foundation started by her husband and her role as secretary of state. "Says I'll fit it all and make it all the way it used to be", Clinton said. She was diagnosed with mild, non-contagious bacterial pneumonia , her doctor said, a step ...

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  • Ohio boy seen in car with adults who overdosed gets new home
Ohio boy seen in car with adults who overdosed gets new home

The East Liverpool, Ohio, Police Department, posted this September 7, 2016, photo of a young boy sitting in a vehicle behind his grandmother and her boyfriend, both of whom are unconscious from a drug overdose. 7. Paramedics who were summoned to the scene administered Narcan - a drug used to counteract the effects of a heroin overdose - to Pasek ...

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  • Sugar Industry Paid for Medical Review in 1960s, Report Finds
Sugar Industry Paid for Medical Review in 1960s, Report Finds

That was an era when researchers were battling over which dietary culprit - sugar or fat - was contributing to the deaths of many Americans, especially men, from coronary heart disease, the buildup of plaque in arteries of the heart. Oh ya know, casually slipped a few Harvard scientists about $50k to write a review saying it was all a load of crap....

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  • More cases of superbug precursor reported, but no spread
More cases of superbug precursor reported, but no spread

Doctors found that the patient had a resistance to colistin, which is a last-resort drug to treat infections. The reports of those investigations were published Friday in the CDC's online journal Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report . What makes mcr-1 more frightening is that it's found on a plasmid. And, importantly, researchers report that ...

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  • Trump Ad Hits Hillary Clinton For
Trump Ad Hits Hillary Clinton For "Basket of Depolorables" Comment

Clinton's campaign on Monday responded to criticism that it didn't disclose the pneumonia diagnosis on Friday and kept silent for eight hours Sunday about the health scare. "I don't know what's going on". "Without examining, without having the history. you don't have a basis to say anything". At a speech to a National Guard associaton in Baltim...

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  • Apple Watch Series 2 Now Available For Pre-Order
Apple Watch Series 2 Now Available For Pre-Order

I've heard Apple "killed" the headphone jack. There is, however, another, more problematic difference. For instance, older cars require a cable to connect your iPhone to the speakers. You can charge them again in their case. That's because it took courage to remove the headphone jack from the phone, at least according to Apple .

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  • Airstrikes in northern Syria after US-Russia agreement
Airstrikes in northern Syria after US-Russia agreement

The cease-fire begins at sundown Monday, Kerry said, coinciding with the Muslim Eid al-Adha holiday. The United States and Russian Federation hailed a breakthrough deal on Saturday to put Syria's peace process back on track, including a nationwide truce effective from sundown on Monday, improved humanitarian aid access and joint military targetin...

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  • Increasingly risky to delay US rate hike, Fed's Rosengren says
Increasingly risky to delay US rate hike, Fed's Rosengren says

Brent crude, used to price global oils, slid $1.98, or 4 percent, to close at $48.01 a barrel. Tarullo told CNBC he wants to see more evidence of a sustained uptick in inflation toward the Fed's 2 percent target before raising rates, an oft-repeated assertion of his that immediately dampened investor expectations that the central bank will rais...

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  • Theresa May's grammar school plan is post-truth politics in action
Theresa May's grammar school plan is post-truth politics in action

And she set out a series of measures meant to ensure that new and expanded grammars make places available to children from disadvantaged backgrounds and help improve standards in non-selective schools. "But all I would say is we are looking very practically at what we can do to make sure that parents and children have good school places on their do...

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  • Vitamin D 'reduces severe asthma attacks'
Vitamin D 'reduces severe asthma attacks'

Especially this time of the year, anyone suffering from asthma or lung allergies wishes a cure could be found. They also examined the studies for anything that might have biased the results, and graded their findings as based on high-quality, moderate-quality or low-quality evidence.

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  • Miami Beach wary of spraying Zika chemical that can
Miami Beach wary of spraying Zika chemical that can "kill anything"

But a second chemical is sparking safety concerns, reports CBS News correspondent David Begnaud. The city announced in an email Monday that it's using Buffalo Turbine trucks to fight the Zika virus. But the CDC and the EPA both insist it's safe. The county also plans to begin aerial spraying of the insecticide naled over South Beach. The ot...

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  • Tuesday Marks Second Day of Allina Nurses' Strike
Tuesday Marks Second Day of Allina Nurses' Strike

Allina has not responded to the nurses' last offer, submitted at 5:15 a.m. Saturday, the union said. Allina says it has brought in around 1,500 temporary nurses, and that it plans to operate the affected hospitals at normal capacity during the strike.

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  • World Health Organization certifies Sri Lanka as malaria
World Health Organization certifies Sri Lanka as malaria

The Regional Director said WHO will continue to support the efforts of Sri Lanka's health authorities as they relate to malaria, as well as the country's wider public health mission. Malaria is a public health problem in India . During the country's 1986/87 epidemic there were more than 600,000 cases of malaria, while during its 1999 epidemic, t...

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  • UN changes guidance about sex for travelers to Zika zones
UN changes guidance about sex for travelers to Zika zones

Later in the afternoon, the secretary explained the cause of Zika. Minister Dr S Subramaniam said studies show that 95 per cent of the time, newborns whose mothers were infected with Zika were free of the virus. "That means the chances is still 95 per cent for everything to be okay", he said. Scientists predict that 2.6 billion people could be ...

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