• Apparently Roller Coasters Can Help With The Passing Of Kidney Stones
Apparently Roller Coasters Can Help With The Passing Of Kidney Stones

Hundreds of thousands of patients are rushed to a hospital every year due to kidney stones and its subsequent discomfort. According to the results, ride in the back of the roller coaster showed best results of an average passage rate of 63.89%, while front-seat rides resulted in a far more modest passage rate of 16.67%.

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  • Senate blocks bill to fund government, avoid shutdown Friday
Senate blocks bill to fund government, avoid shutdown Friday

The Senate version, which passed earlier this year, includes $220 million in funding for Flint, but the House version does not. "We need more than just vague promises", Boxer told reporters. "They can't have it both ways". "There have been broad requests for a clean continuing resolution, so that's what I've just offered", McConnell said on the S...

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  • Elon Musk Uploads Pictures Of His Plan To Put People On Mars
Elon Musk Uploads Pictures Of His Plan To Put People On Mars

Before his presentation, Musk took to Twitter to give some details on the future rocket. Today, we'll nearly definitely hear follow-up details and specs for the spaceship and rocket Musk intends to ferry people to the Red Planet. It is said to be more powerful than that of the Falcon 9. Methane can also be harnessed there and used as the prope...

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  • Two Children That Were Subject Of Amber Alert Found Dead
Two Children That Were Subject Of Amber Alert Found Dead

The two were last seen in a 1999 tan or silver Mercury Mystique with in license plate No. 98MJS. Earlier: The two children at the center of an Amber Alert issued Monday have been found dead. Anyone with information is asked to call the Allen County Sheriff at 260-449-7661. The AMBER Alert was canceled around 6:15 p.m. Liliana Hernandez , 7...

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  • Territory Sees 47 New Zika Cases In Latest Report; Total Now 346
Territory Sees 47 New Zika Cases In Latest Report; Total Now 346

He remains in stable condition and is now receiving an additional test at a Seoul hospital, KCDC officials said. At the behest of Brazilian health officials, an global group of researchers examined 32 babies with microcephaly and 62 babies without the condition who were born between January and May in Recife, Brazil.

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  • Morning Sickness Points to a Healthy Pregnancy, Study Finds
Morning Sickness Points to a Healthy Pregnancy, Study Finds

New research finds that women who suffer nausea and vomiting early in their pregnancy have a significantly reduced risk of miscarriage or stillbirth. An accompanying editorial in JAMA by Siripanth Nippita of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Centre and Laura Dodge of Harvard Medical School described its contribution to existing medical literature...

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  • Carnival's Earnings Beat Estimates as Sales Rise, Costs Fall
Carnival's Earnings Beat Estimates as Sales Rise, Costs Fall

Carnival Corp, the world's largest cruise operator, reported a 4.4 percent increase in quarterly revenue, helped by strong sales in North America and Europe. "We are well on track to deliver almost 25 percent earnings growth in 2016", Donald said. "Looking forward, we are well positioned for continued earnings growth given the current strengt...

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  • Coli outbreak linked to Adams Farm Slaughterhouse beef: CDC
Coli outbreak linked to Adams Farm Slaughterhouse beef: CDC

The products may also have been shipped to other neighboring states. Produced by Adams Farm Slaughterhouse in Athol, Mass., the meat was recalled Saturday afternoon. To date, the agency has confirmed seven cases of infection from four states, viz. MA (3), CT (2), West Virginia (1) and Pennsylvania (1). According to the CDC, affected individuals' ...

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  • Wells Fargo CEO apologizes for betraying customers' trust
Wells Fargo CEO apologizes for betraying customers' trust

In an exchange that has since gone viral, Warren told the Wells Fargo CEO that he should resign after the company's most recent banking scandal , unleashing an eviscerating diatribe that left the man visibly stunned. "A strong performance by Stumpf could mark a positive turning point for the bank ", the report says. Third, have all of the ap...

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  • LA Rams Lose Lawsuit, Must Pay St. Louis PSL Holders
LA Rams Lose Lawsuit, Must Pay St. Louis PSL Holders

The third lawsuit, filed by St. Louis resident Ronald McAllister, argued that the team's move invalidated the contracts and asked for refunds. U.S. District Judge Stephen N. He said the deposit language was inserted into the contract to provide refunds in the event the National Football League didn't approve the Rams' move to St.

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  • Annalise Fights Back on Next HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER
Annalise Fights Back on Next HOW TO GET AWAY WITH MURDER

Based on the latest spoiler reports, the upcoming season will have some element of surprise, not to mention some exciting developments especially with regards to the characters of the series. Where did he go? How to Get Away With Murder has accustomed us to the tragic murders every season so we imagine the worst. Annalise is, typically, much more...

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  • Katie Prager, lung transplant recipient, dies 5 days after her husband
Katie Prager, lung transplant recipient, dies 5 days after her husband

According to CNN , Katie died Thursday morning. Katie Prager recently posted a letter to her followers on social media, informing them of her decision to return home and go into Hospice care. Katie, after a lengthy bureaucratic snafu over insurance coverage, received her new lungs at the University of Pittsburgh medical center in July 2015.

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  • FDA Approves First Drug for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy
FDA Approves First Drug for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Sarepta Therapeutics Inc are listed in the Health Care sector within NASDAQ. Federal regulators on Monday granted tentative approval to the first drug for muscular dystrophy , following an intense public campaign from patients and doctors who pushed for the largely unproven medication.

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  • 1 of 5 devices near train station explodes; no injuries
1 of 5 devices near train station explodes; no injuries

A bomb exploded in a rubbish bin near a New Jersey train station as Federal Bureau of Investigation agents attempted to disarm the device using a robot, officials said. NJ Transit service was also suspended between Newark Liberty Airport and Elizabeth. "We're going to be very careful and patient to get to the full truth here", New York's mayor,...

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  • Twitter changes up rules for 140-character limit
Twitter changes up rules for 140-character limit

On top of this, when replying to a person's tweet, their username will soon no longer take up any characters. Twitter had announced a while ago that they were going to be working on expanding the limit for Tweets, but not by expanding the character limit.

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  • Texas Drivers More Likely To Be Involved In Deer Collisions
Texas Drivers More Likely To Be Involved In Deer Collisions

The odds drivers will hit a deer in Tennessee are 1 out of 147, above the national odds of 1 in 164, according to new claims data from the agency measured from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016. If you see one deer, be prepared for more deer to cross the road. Deer were hit in 3,618 Pennsylvania crashes during 2015. Keep in mind that deer generally t...

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  • Match Center: Tottenham v Sunderland UPDATED
Match Center: Tottenham v Sunderland UPDATED

Tottenham Hotspur fans celebrate in the stands after Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane, second left, scores his side's first goal of the game against Sunderland during their English Premier League soccer match at White Hart Lane in London , Sunday Sept.

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  • Titans coach: Mariota will learn quickly from his turnovers
Titans coach: Mariota will learn quickly from his turnovers

With a Bills offense that won't have a completely healthy Sammy Watkins and a awful offensive line , the Jets defense should be a phenomenal play this week. Detroit opened with a 39-35 victory at Indianapolis, its seventh win in nine games dating to a year ago. After getting a road win in their season opener against the Indianapolis Colts, the ...

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  • Isabelle Dinoire: Woman who received first face transplant dies at 49
Isabelle Dinoire: Woman who received first face transplant dies at 49

Dinoire received a triangular face graft comprising the lips, chin and nose from a 38-year-old brain-dead donor. Professor Bernard Duvauchelle , along with his team, made a decision to perform the world's first facial transplant in history and embarked into a 15-hour surgery to give Mrs.

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  • Bengals, Steelers try to downplay tension as rivalry resumes
Bengals, Steelers try to downplay tension as rivalry resumes

Some Steelers chose to downplay the rivalry, with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger saying he was hoping for a "clean" game void of retaliation. Last week he made four tackles against the Jets with a sack and two other tackles-for-loss. This left many to ask why are you paying him seventy-five million dollars if he is not covering the best receiver...

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