• Bill Clinton's newest sex scandal: 4 women accuse him of sexual assault
Bill Clinton's newest sex scandal: 4 women accuse him of sexual assault

Clinton was flying around the world in Burkle's private jet "Air F**k One" and these four women were low-level staff at the Burkle organisation at this time. The Democratic source says that the team is looking to "stop the women from filing charges and drag him through the mud". Clinton had said she was unwilling to talk about the scandal that almo...

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  • Japan offers aid to Bangladesh to alleviate Rohingya refugee crisis
Japan offers aid to Bangladesh to alleviate Rohingya refugee crisis

Wang said that China believed that the Rohingya issue could be resolved through bilateral negotiations between Bangladesh and Myanmar. More than 600,000 Rohingya have fled to Bangladesh since late August, driven out by a military clearance operation in Buddhist majority Myanmar's Rakhine state.

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  • History! Nigeria's Bobsled Team Is Headed To The Winter Olympics
History! Nigeria's Bobsled Team Is Headed To The Winter Olympics

In an interview with CBC , Adigun revealed the team trained for the Olympics by building their own sled out of wood they bought at a hardware store. Their qualification, make them the first Winter Olympians to represent the West African nation.

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  • No, there hasn't been a successful human head transplant
No, there hasn't been a successful human head transplant

He added: 'The (Harbin Medical University team) paper will be released in a few days. This apparently means he is now good to go with a human head transplant, which he said was "imminent". Not only would head and neck tissue, nerve cells, and spinal cords have to be grafted together to create functional units; the patient going through such an ex...

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  • Hillary Clinton Calls DOJ Investigation Threats An 'Abuse Of Power'
Hillary Clinton Calls DOJ Investigation Threats An 'Abuse Of Power'

The Fox News host began the segment by summarizing the particulars of the sale of Uranium One , a Canadian firm with rights to mine United States uranium. Smith spoke on the so-called Uranium One conspiracy , which holds that a deal was made between Hillary Clinton, while she was serving as Secretary of State, and Russian Federation, for the tr...

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  • 'Smokeout' Thursday encourages tobacco-free living
'Smokeout' Thursday encourages tobacco-free living

Vail, Ingham County Health Officer. Caldwell County Health Department is encouraging the community to commit or recommit to healthy, tobacco-free lives by participating in the American Cancer Society Great American Smokeout . Each year. Google searches like "help quit smoking" rose by 25%, and calls to quit lines jumped 42%. But a local orga...

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  • Herbal healing drug linked to 36 deaths, experts warn
Herbal healing drug linked to 36 deaths, experts warn

The plant, which grows in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea, is being turned into medical and recreational products that are increasingly being imported into the US. The FDA has a team of medical reviewers in their Center for Drug Evaluation and Research that evaluates whether botanicals can be used as drugs. The FDA has taken ac...

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  • World Diabetes Day observed
World Diabetes Day observed

However, only 17.5% of women are aware of the disease and its complication, a new research has shown. Chris Askew, Diabetes UK's chief executive, said: " Diabetes affects more than 4.5 million people in the UK, and is the fastest-growing health crisis of our time".

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  • High blood pressure re-defined, 130/80 now considered high
High blood pressure re-defined, 130/80 now considered high

Andrew Calvin with the Cardiac Center at Mayo Clinic Health System. "The short answer is no", Dr. Sam Aznaurov said. That's according to new guidelines issued by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology , which state that 130/80 mm Hg or higher now constitutes high blood pressure , or hypertension .

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  • Allen County Public Health supports antibiotic awareness
Allen County Public Health supports antibiotic awareness

The Ministry of Health says antibiotics are a valuable and powerful tool in keeping people well, but inappropriate use is causing a growth in antimicrobial resistance . The responsible use of antibiotics will be in the spotlight this weekend as European Antibiotic Awareness Day is marked this Saturday, and it has the support of the British Equine ...

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  • USA approves digital pill that tracks when patients take it
USA approves digital pill that tracks when patients take it

The pill, called Abilify MyCite ( aripiprazole tablets with sensor), is designed for patients with schizophrenia , bipolar disorder and depression , according to the US Food and Drug Administration . Abilify MyCite is not approved to treat patients with dementia-related psychosis and contains a boxed warning alerting health care professiona...

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  • Delhi government does not file review petition in NGT on odd-even ruling
Delhi government does not file review petition in NGT on odd-even ruling

The local government in Indian capital of New Delhi on Saturday cancelled its plan to implement odd-even vehicle rationing formula from Monday aimed at reducing the blanket of smog enveloping the city and outskirts, officials said. Meanwhile, the National Green Tribunal slammed the Delhi government over a review petition on the Odd-Even schem...

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  • Scientists: Sex can't cause cardiac arrest
Scientists: Sex can't cause cardiac arrest

The vast majority were male and were more likely to be middle-aged, African-American and have a history of cardiovascular disease. Still, only about 1 percent of men who experience sudden cardiac arrest have it happen during sexual activity, a low number that suggests it is not a great threat.

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  • Lead concerns prompt Target to pull some some fidget spinners from shelves
Lead concerns prompt Target to pull some some fidget spinners from shelves

The center circle of the "Fidget Wild Premium Spinner Metal" was tested for 1,300 ppm of lead and the arm tested for 520 ppm of lead. While children's toys must comply with numerous safety standards, including meeting federal guidelines on lead and phthalates content, the CPSC has classified many fidget spinners as "general use products" for ...

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  • Adepoju wants Super Eagles to end World Cup Qualifiers unbeaten
Adepoju wants Super Eagles to end World Cup Qualifiers unbeaten

The Super Eagles of Nigeria have finished their World Cup qualifier with no defeat as they played out a 1-1 draw against Algeria on Friday night in Constantine. There'll be no better response from the Eagles than a strong showing later tonight in Constantine, before jetting off to Russian Federation to take on Lionel Messi and Argentina in a lavish...

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  • Stanford trolls Jameis Winston while celebrating upset over Washington
Stanford trolls Jameis Winston while celebrating upset over Washington

The Huskies' head coach, Chris Peterson, said he spent extra time working with his defense this week to make sure they knew exactly what a fullback does and how to contain them. Get the app and get the game. Look for junior running back Bryce Love to play a focused and competitive game despite rehabbing from an ankle injury .

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  • Alcohol abuse could cause 6 different types of cancer
Alcohol abuse could cause 6 different types of cancer

The group is also calling on policymakers to place restrictions on alcohol consumption, from increasing taxes to targeting ads for alcohol, such as the ban New York City has placed for advertising alcohol on buses and trains. Since then, she said, more and more evidence has accumulated tying alcohol to a broader group of cancers, including colorect...

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  • The science behind brain farts: Why less sleep creates mental lapses
The science behind brain farts: Why less sleep creates mental lapses

The findings were published this week online in Nature Medicine . "This leads to cognitive lapses in how we perceive and react to the world around us", the professor of neurosurgery added. Researchers explain that the same thing could happen when a sleepy driver notices a pedestrian walking in front of his vehicle. "The very act of seeing th...

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  • Massive recall for Kidde fire extinguishers
Massive recall for Kidde fire extinguishers

The agency also warns the nozzle may come off with sufficient force to pose a hazard. We encourage everyone to look at their fire extinguishers and make sure they are not part of the recall. The recall is the result of a 2014 death involving a auto fire. So far, the CPSC has received almost 400 reports of cases in which the recalled fire extingui...

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  • Today, Canaccord Genuity Downgrade SIG plc (SHI) to Hold
Today, Canaccord Genuity Downgrade SIG plc (SHI) to Hold

This is 30.86% from the last close price. The rating was maintained by UBS on Friday, February 3 with "Buy". The stock decreased 0.83% or $0.14 during the last trading session, reaching $16.79. The stock of Tate & Lyle PLC (LON:TATE) has "Neutral" rating given on Friday, December 2 by Goldman Sachs. The stock of Halma plc (LON:HLMA) has "Hold" ra...

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