• Swatting mosquitoes teaches them to leave you alone
Swatting mosquitoes teaches them to leave you alone

However, the study also proved that even if an individual is deemed delicious-smelling, a mosquito's preference can shift if that person's smell is associated with an unpleasant sensation. Not only do these results provide direct experimental evidence that olfactory learning in mosquitoes can play an epidemiological role, but collectively, they a...

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  • Rough sleeping in Hastings hits record high in 2017
Rough sleeping in Hastings hits record high in 2017

Also repsonding to the official figures, Cllr Martin Tett, Local Government Association Housing spokesman, said , "It is a tragedy when anyone becomes homeless and we know many people sleeping rough will be vulnerable to crime and exploitation and are likely to have complex support needs".

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  • On line casino king Wynn rolls snake eyes in intercourse harassment report
On line casino king Wynn rolls snake eyes in intercourse harassment report

A lawsuit brought by Wynn's ex-wife, Elaine Wynn , which seeks to to lift restrictions on the sale of her stock in Wynn Resorts , references this incident. Wynn Resorts' president is Matthew Maddox , who joined the company in 2002. Wynn said that Trump personally asked him to take the job. Wynn donated $US729,217 to President Donald Tr...

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  • Dog Almost Died From Skin Burns Caused By Human Hair Dye
Dog Almost Died From Skin Burns Caused By Human Hair Dye

She was limp and listless, with eyes swollen shut and deep painful burns across her tiny body. The centre said that Violet soon became more confident and started coming out of her shell. "And if we ever get an owner identified who did this, then we will work with law enforcement to try and pursue charges", Brightwell said. People can be idiot...

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  • Myanmar to face stronger European Union pressure in Feb over Rohingya crisis
Myanmar to face stronger European Union pressure in Feb over Rohingya crisis

The US State Department noted that Richardson, a retired senior official and former state governor, had joined the Myanmar board as a private citizen, but added that the Washington administration shares many of his concerns. The United Nations has called on Myanmar to give aid agencies unhindered access to the camps it has built for the returning ...

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  • Did you get the memo? Facts about Ohio Republicans' drive to #ReleaseTheMemo
Did you get the memo? Facts about Ohio Republicans' drive to #ReleaseTheMemo

Mike Conaway, the Texas Republican in charge of the Intelligence Committee's Russian Federation investigation. Rep. Devin Nunes speaks on Capitol Hill on October 24, 2017. White House principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah said there will be a full interagency and national security review and the President will be advised before making a dec...

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  • Trump asked acting Federal Bureau of Investigation director who he voted for
Trump asked acting Federal Bureau of Investigation director who he voted for

Ms McCabe accepted almost $500,000 in donations from the political organisation of Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, a longtime friend of Ms Clinton, as part of her campaign. Trying to discredit them and get them fired from the FBI would certainly be a way to undermine the credibility of those witnesses who would otherwise stand with Comey in term...

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  • Smear test plea for women in Milton Keynes as screening attendance falls
Smear test plea for women in Milton Keynes as screening attendance falls

In 2009 reality television star Jade Goody died of cervical cancer which prompted nearly 500,000 extra women to go for smear tests - this became known as the "Jade Goody Effect". If cervical cancer is detected early, it is one of the most successfully treatable cancers. "The screening takes just a few minutes to complete and will identify abnor...

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  • Australian Open: Novak Djokovic progresses to round four despite injury scare
Australian Open: Novak Djokovic progresses to round four despite injury scare

He has beaten the Spaniard in all five career meetings, including in straight sets in the fourth round at the French Open previous year. Zverev will face Hyeon Chung , while Thiem will face No. Halep has another unseeded opponent in Lauren Davis to contend with. In Saturday's other men's singles contests, Fabio Fognini was taken the distance i...

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  • Zimbabwe: Bennett in Fatal Chopper Crash
Zimbabwe: Bennett in Fatal Chopper Crash

Opposition MDC-T politician and ex-legislator Roy Bennet was involved in a fatal helicopter crash in North America Thursday, party officials have revealed. "I am devastated- they were two of Zimbabwe's greatest patriots". "What a blow.to our struggle", he tweeted. MDC National Spokesperson, Kurauone Chihwayi said a selfless servant of the people,...

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  • Here's What Happens To Your Body When You Eat A Tide Pod
Here's What Happens To Your Body When You Eat A Tide Pod

But some of the challenges put teens in the hospital, and many otherwise smart young people can't resist the idea their video could go viral, even with obvious risks. The challenge was to gulp down laundry detergent packets in front of the camera for the social media world to witness. If you do a little digging, you'll find that there are other...

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  • White House slams Democrats, preps for shutdown
White House slams Democrats, preps for shutdown

With only 51 votes in the Senate, Republicans would need at least 12 Democrats to approve the 30-day extension. The IRS filed a contingency plan in effect during the tax filing season, which sees the agency keeping 43.5 percent of its employees working during a government shutdown .

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  • Milam County officials react to not making Amazon's short list
Milam County officials react to not making Amazon's short list

Mayor John Tory celebrated the city's triumph at a news conference held Thursday morning. VP of Economic Development for the Dallas Regional Chamber, says he will speak with Amazon as early as Friday to determine the next steps. "I would imagine that for this type of initiative, wherever the conversation goes depending on what Amazon has in mind, i...

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  • Flu confirmed in Knox county
Flu confirmed in Knox county

Siniscalchi said that its appears that the majority of the deaths come in the second half of the flu season. It can range from mild to severe and can lead to death in some cases. "While the percentage may not be as high as we'd like to see - in a flawless world we'd all want to see 100 percent efficacy rates - it's our best fighting chance", Bonjea...

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  • New Jetta, SUVs and peek at future cars at Detroit auto show
New Jetta, SUVs and peek at future cars at Detroit auto show

U.S. automotive manufacturer Ford Motor Company has announced this week a huge investment boost into the development of electric vehicles (EVs). Ford is now spending over $7billion a year on research and development and this announcement follows on from the company's decision to slash spending on its traditional mainstay, the internal combust...

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  • Myanmar police open fire and kill at least seven Buddhist protesters
Myanmar police open fire and kill at least seven Buddhist protesters

In the November agreement, Burma's civilian government led by Aung San Suu Kyi, pledged to take measures to halt the outflow of Rohingya to Bangladesh and restore normalcy in the region. The violence prompted an ethnic Rakhine rebel group in the state to promise "serious" retaliation for the deaths of the protesters. Buddhist residents are describe...

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  • TV worker sent North Korean missile alert by mistake, says Japanese broadcaster
TV worker sent North Korean missile alert by mistake, says Japanese broadcaster

David Ige told CNN . On Saturday, Hawaii's residents and visitors experienced an unfortunate situation that has never happened before and will never happen again - a false alert issued by the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency that a ballistic missile was on its way to the Hawaiian Islands.

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  • Stifling sneezes can be health hazard in rare cases
Stifling sneezes can be health hazard in rare cases

Attempting to stop sneeze can be risky. Dude was just trying to be polite and "halt a sneeze by pinching the nose and holding his mouth close". Preferably that can be accomplished with a tissue, but a sleeve or elbow is still better than covering your face with your hands, which could spread the mucus coming out of your nose around when you tou...

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  • Walmart offers way to turn leftover opioids into useless gel
Walmart offers way to turn leftover opioids into useless gel

When the packet is emptied into a pill bottle with warm water, the ingredients convert powders, pills, tablets, capsules, liquids, or patches into a non-divertible and biodegradable gel. all Walmart locations nationwide. The retail giant has announced it will now offer DisposeRx packets free of charge to its pharmacy patients in its stores.

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  • 'This Place Is a Sh*thole' Projected Onto Trump Hotel In Washington, DC
'This Place Is a Sh*thole' Projected Onto Trump Hotel In Washington, DC

An artist projected "shithole" onto the front of Donald Trump's Washington DC hotel overnight. The Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C.is now on the receiving end of a wave of bad reviews, dropping its score on review website Yelp down to two stars.

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