• Poll of Polls: Trump has big lead in South Carolina, nationwide
Poll of Polls: Trump has big lead in South Carolina, nationwide

Sen. The latest poll was taken after Mr. Trump's performance in a televised debate last weekend during which he blamed George W Bush for failing to prevent the 9/11 attacks in NY and Washington DC. "I got the endorsement of a governor of Indian descent, who endorsed a presidential candidate of Cuban descent, and tomorrow (Thursday) we'll be campa...

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  • What is the Zika virus and how is it spread?
What is the Zika virus and how is it spread?

The Brazilian government is denying a report by an Argentine doctor group linking rises in the microcephaly birth defect not to the Zika virus, but to a larvicide, a report which caused a Brazilian state to suspend the chemical agent's use.

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  • Martin Shkreli takes the Fifth on Capitol Hill, angers lawmakers
Martin Shkreli takes the Fifth on Capitol Hill, angers lawmakers

In days before the hearing, he blasted Congress and made sarcastic jokes on Twitter about the subpoena he received to testify. Industry watchers expected a show at Thursday's congressional drug price hearing, and the event did not disappoint.

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  • Western NY-based company to expand, add 1400 jobs upstate
Western NY-based company to expand, add 1400 jobs upstate

Governor Andrew Cuomo will be in Dunkirk Thursday morning for a major announcement regarding economic development. The company will also build a pharmaceutical manufacturing plant on what is now vacant land just outside the Dunkirk City line on Route 5.

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  • Big Ang Husband Neil Murphy 'Never Stepped Up'
Big Ang Husband Neil Murphy 'Never Stepped Up'

Back in April of 2015, Mob Wives star Angela Raiola was diagnosed with throat cancer. "I felt he never stepped up to the plate so I was done with it", she said. In just two weeks, she has raised $45,000, surpassing a goal of $25,000 by $20,000. The series follows several women with connections to the mafia, including Big Ang , Karen Gravano an...

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  • The Westminster Dog Show is in full swing
The Westminster Dog Show is in full swing

The public-address announcer at the Garden welcomed five first-timers on Monday night? the Bergamasco, Cirneco dell'Etna, berger Picard, Spanish water dog and miniature American shepherd.

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  • Hawaii Big Island Declares Dengue Fever Emergency
Hawaii Big Island Declares Dengue Fever Emergency

Hawaii has declared a state of emergency on its Big Island as it battles local spread of dengue fever , a disease outbreak that experts think may foreshadow how Zika virus transmission might occur in parts of the US. He didn't declare a statewide emergency proclamation , mentioned that the step would have been taken if outbreak spread to othe...

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  • 'Neurostatin' drug could help protect against Alzheimer's
'Neurostatin' drug could help protect against Alzheimer's

The drug called bexarotene, which revealed the potential to delay the onset of Alzheimer's disease, has raised the possibility that other molecules like it can be used to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, the researchers said.

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  • Medications for GI Reflux and Ulcers Tied to Higher Risk for Dementia
Medications for GI Reflux and Ulcers Tied to Higher Risk for Dementia

The drugs, which include Prilosec, Nexium and Prevaci, work by lowering the amount of acid the stomach produces. Boustani, a professor of medicine with the Indiana University Center for Aging Research , said, "I will disclose finding to patients and then let them decide whether they will take risk or not".

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  • New rules for Canadian mortgages now in effect
New rules for Canadian mortgages now in effect

Family Day wasn't just a day off for many in Ontario, it was also the start of new federal rules for Canadian mortgages. In these regions, a $500,000 house would be a more expensive dwelling and would be in excess of what they typical home buyer would be looking for.

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  • Cancer breakthrough: Doctors hail 'extraordinary' trial results
Cancer breakthrough: Doctors hail 'extraordinary' trial results

Most of the patients in our trial would be projected to have two to five months to live. Prof Riddell, who was speaking at the American Association for the Advancement of Science ( AAAS ) annual meeting in Washington DC, described the results as a "potential paradigm shift" in cancer treatment.

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  • North Carolina Supreme Court won't rehear redistricting case
North Carolina Supreme Court won't rehear redistricting case

Those from the Fayetteville-Fort Bragg community members include Lewis, who is a Republican, and state Sen. Bob Rucho, the chairmen of the House and Senate redistricting committees, stated, "Even though the State of North Carolina maintains that its Congressional maps are constitutional and remains confident the U.S.

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  • Flooring's cancer risk low, agency finds
Flooring's cancer risk low, agency finds

The Consumer Product Safety Commission commissioned testing of samples of the flooring, taken from the same lots as samples examined by the news program. In addition, while the CDC announced the products have a low risk of cancer, it has still recommended customers to go see a doctor if they identify any symptoms and if they have bought the retaile...

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  • Zika Virus May Spread Through Saliva
Zika Virus May Spread Through Saliva

The Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services said Thursday that a Douglas County woman and a Sarpy County woman, both in their 20s, contracted the virus after traveling to a Zika-affected country. "Because there now is no vaccine or treatment for Zika virus, the best way to avoid Zika virus infection is to prevent mosquito bites ", it ...

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  • Mob Wives' Drita D'Avanzo Arrested In NYC For Assault
Mob Wives' Drita D'Avanzo Arrested In NYC For Assault

Lee kept calling the unidentified woman a "nutjob" as she yelled obscenities at Lee as he walked back to his auto. Lee replied with a volley of verbal abuse before calling up Drita to come down and beat her ass. She told TMZ that later on, after the fight, she passed out from the amount of pain she was in. She boasted that she has been fen...

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  • Johnson & Johnson, ViaCyte Testing Type 1 Diabetes Cure
Johnson & Johnson, ViaCyte Testing Type 1 Diabetes Cure

In this therapy, embryonic stem cells are induced in a lab dish to change them into insulin-producing cells, and are thereafter put into a small capsule, implanted within the skin. "The recent clinical data, while preliminary, are encouraging and move us closer to our goal of a world without Type 1 diabetes". Meanwhile, about 85 per cent of those...

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  • Find out the Beyhive pre-sale code for Beyonce's Formation world tour
Find out the Beyhive pre-sale code for Beyonce's Formation world tour

She announced a hotly anticipated world tour and to top it off, she earned raves for her return performance to the Super Bowl Halftime show. Despite performing a song she released just a day before to the expectant crowd, she pulled it off like only Beyoncé could, turning " Formation " into an instant anthem and showcasing herself as a performe...

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  • Health officials confirm first Indiana case of Zika virus
Health officials confirm first Indiana case of Zika virus

Although McConnell is already questioning the President's emergency money request, other Republicans are pushing to give the federal government more flexibility when it comes to funding the fight against Zika. Every day, Silverman sees about five patients who ask about Zika and answers about four phone calls about the infection, he said. While he...

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  • Zika virus confirmed in Indiana
Zika virus confirmed in Indiana

Zika is much different from Ebola and does not pose the same kind of threat to human health. It is usually spread by mosquitoes but can also spread through unprotected sex, blood transfusions or rarely from mother to child around the time of birth.

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  • Chipotle free burrito: How to score a 'raincheck' meal tonight
Chipotle free burrito: How to score a 'raincheck' meal tonight

Today, Chipotle stores won't open until 3 p.m.so employees can attend meetings that address the food safety concerns that have affected the brand's reputation since last summer.

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