• The Franklin Resources Inc. Has $45634000 Stake in Astrazeneca PLC (AZN)
The Franklin Resources Inc. Has $45634000 Stake in Astrazeneca PLC (AZN)

Finally, JPMorgan Chase & Co. reissued a "neutral" rating on shares of AstraZeneca plc in a research report on Tuesday, December 13th. Berenberg Bank reissued a "buy" rating on shares of Astrazeneca PLC in a research report on Tuesday, February 21st.

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  • Gboard Integrates Google Translate, Adds GIF, Emoji Suggestions And Backdrops
Gboard Integrates Google Translate, Adds GIF, Emoji Suggestions And Backdrops

Google has rolled out an update today morning wherein it has introduced a slew of new features to the keyboard. Google says it now supports sharing GIFs into third-party messaging apps like Facebook Messenger and Snapchats, as well as its own Allo and Hangouts offerings.

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  • TSA Unveils New Pat-Downs
TSA Unveils New Pat-Downs

TSA officers will use the Millimeter Wave Whole Body Imaging Technology machine randomly to screen for weapons and explosives beginning this week, according to officials, despite complaints from privacy advocates that the technology reveals too much of one's private anatomy to strangers.

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  • Licking County unemployment makes annual January jump
Licking County unemployment makes annual January jump

He says construction has been strong in Lane County over the previous year. The nationwide unemployment rate rose a tick from 4.7 percent in December to 4.8 percent in January, the second straight monthly increase, though that was still a bit better than the 4.9 percent mark a year ago.

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  • The Water In This Canadian Town Runs Pink
The Water In This Canadian Town Runs Pink

Potassium permanganate , also known as potassium salt, is a chemical disinfectant commonly used to remove iron and hydrogen sulphide (rotten egg smell) from well water and waste water. "It started out with my neighbour asking me if I had pink water, and I'm like "I don't think so", Vicki Van Zanten Heale said. "And we do apologise for that".

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  • Children allegedly burned after drinking apple juice
Children allegedly burned after drinking apple juice

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , methanol is a "toxic alcohol that is used industrially as a solvent, pesticide, and alternative fuel source", but is also found in fresh fruits and vegetables, fruit juices, fermented beverages and diet soft drinks with aspartame.

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  • April the pregnant giraffe 'getting bigger,' in better mood today
April the pregnant giraffe 'getting bigger,' in better mood today

Deitrich, who is pregnant with her fourth child, is due on March 14, according WTSP . There's still no sign that April is nearing delivery. Keep watch so you don't miss the live birth! It was originally estimated that April would give birth towards the middle or end of February.

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  • EPL: Man City sinks Sunderland
EPL: Man City sinks Sunderland

Not to underestimate them, but this is one we should win through sheer weight of forward quality. "They are the most hard games", he said . Pep Guardiola's only complaint with Man City's victory is that their aggression let up once they took a 2-0 lead.

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  • Juno Therapeutics Inc (JUNO) Given
Juno Therapeutics Inc (JUNO) Given "Neutral" Rating at JP Morgan Chase & Co

News & Ratings Via Email - Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest news and analysts' ratings for Juno Therapeutics , Inc. A number of brokerages have issued reports on JUNO. Cowen and Company reissued a "buy" rating and set a $51.00 target price on shares of Juno Therapeutics in a report on Monday, Decemb...

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  • Fadnavis can tell if PM backs decision on Mumbai Mayor: Shelar
Fadnavis can tell if PM backs decision on Mumbai Mayor: Shelar

After the BMC election threw up a fractured result the political impasse continued between the two parties even as the leaders from both factions tried their best to find a formula to keep the situation calm. "This committee will submit its report to the government in three months and then government would take decision on the report", he said. If ...

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  • 'Smart Condom' Measures Speed & Velocity of Thrusts, Number of Calories Burned
'Smart Condom' Measures Speed & Velocity of Thrusts, Number of Calories Burned

However, if the i.Con does not come in subtle off-white coloring with a watermark, well then, someone dropped the damn balls. It is actually a "smart" ring that fits over a standard dumb condom and tracks your sexual activity. i.Con smart condom price is about $74(Rs 4938 approximately). According to the company, this ring uses nanochip tec...

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  • Public Outraged After VA Completely Ignores Elderly Veterans In Pain
Public Outraged After VA Completely Ignores Elderly Veterans In Pain

While facing this and seeing the brutality of VA hospital staff for the veterans McMenamin clicks the pictures of the whole situation and then posted it on facebook which gets shared with everyone in a very short span of time. The Vietnam veteran reluctantly agreed to give up the reclining chair McMenamin offered him and went back to the waiting ro...

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  • High-dose flu vaccine may prevent deaths in seniors
High-dose flu vaccine may prevent deaths in seniors

Previous year there were a total of two flu deaths in the entire season. Some county health directors do not publicly report flu deaths, citing patient privacy policies or state DHHS directives. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has confirmed 16 flu-related deaths last week. The systems said they are encouraging anyone age 13 and...

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  • U.S. jobless claims drop to lowest level since 1973
U.S. jobless claims drop to lowest level since 1973

Nonfarm payrolls rose by a stronger-than-expected 227,000 in January from the prior month, the Labor Department reported last month, and the unemployment rate was 4.8%. This has been the lowest level since March 1973. The economy grew at a 1.9 percent pace in the fourth quarter. The number of people continuing to receive jobless benefits rose by ...

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  • #RoofCollapse: Makhura, Motsoaledi at Charlotte Maxeke, families await updates
#RoofCollapse: Makhura, Motsoaledi at Charlotte Maxeke, families await updates

Seven people were injured in the collapse and it was believed that two were trapped‚ but by 7pm officials said they believed everyone was accounted for. "Alternative access points to hospital will be made available [and] we're pleading with [the] public to bear with us", Ramokgopa said on social media.

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  • Colorectal cancer on the rise in Millennials, Gen Xers
Colorectal cancer on the rise in Millennials, Gen Xers

In 2017, there will be an estimated 95,520 new cases of colon cancer and 39,910 cases of rectal cancer diagnosed in the United States. Epidemiologist Rebecca Siegel and her colleagues at the American Cancer Society have published their take in the JNCI.

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  • Bank of Nova Scotia posts 1Q profit
Bank of Nova Scotia posts 1Q profit

They now have a Dollars 68 price target on the stock. National Bank Financial reiterated an "outperform" rating on shares of Bank of Nova Scotia in a report on Monday, February 20th. They now have a Dollars 66 price target on the stock. 05/01/2015 - Bank of Nova Scotia (The) was upgraded to "hold" by analysts at Zacks. Finally, Emerald Acquis...

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  • We now know how much urine there is in swimming pools
We now know how much urine there is in swimming pools

Whether we like it to or not it seems to be one of those social acts that people think they can get away with. In order to "apply the concept of using this artificial sweetener as an indicator of urine input", they investigated how much of it really lurked in public pools.

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  • DNA test shows Subway items may contain 50% chicken
DNA test shows Subway items may contain 50% chicken

And the results were alarming. The oven roasted Subway chicken came in around 53 percent chicken and Subway chicken strips came in at about 43 percent. In a statement , Subway has refused to confirm the results of the research, telling CBC: "SUBWAY Canada can not confirm the veracity of the results of the lab testing you had conducte...

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  • Lewis Hamilton: New Mercedes is a beast
Lewis Hamilton: New Mercedes is a beast

Lewis Hamilton turned the fastest time of the first day for Formula 1 testing, clocking in at 1:21.765. Some cars had already completed shakedown filming days, but for other teams it was the first time on track for the new models. On the eve of winter testing in Barcelona, the veteran Brazilian said: "The Mercedes is very attractive to look...

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