• Enterprise Foods to recall affected products, but conducting own listeriosis tests
Enterprise Foods to recall affected products, but conducting own listeriosis tests

This is what most of the patients in the outbreak that killed 180 people were infected with. A chilly, handled meat item made by South Africa's greatest maker of buyer sustenances is the reason for the progressing outbreak, which has a shocking 27 percent casualty rate.

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  • Tiger Woods to play Valspar Championship and Arnold Palmer Invitational
Tiger Woods to play Valspar Championship and Arnold Palmer Invitational

He also said he will play the following week at the Arnold Palmer Invitational . MEXICO CITY (AP) - Tiger Woods is adding another tournament to his schedule on his road to the Masters . Defending Masters champion Sergio Garcia is back for the first time since 2013. It also assures him of at least four competitive rounds and as many as e...

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  • Brain surgeons perform procedure on wrong patient
Brain surgeons perform procedure on wrong patient

They had the wrong patient. "I have directed the board that the CEO of this organisation, with the colleague responsible for clinical matters of this hospital, are sent on compulsory leave forthwith and in their place two experts will be taking over to run this institution for the period the investigations will be done and a decision reached".

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  • Russia Vetoes UN Move Against Iran Over Alleged Arms Embargo Violations
Russia Vetoes UN Move Against Iran Over Alleged Arms Embargo Violations

Iran accused the USA and United Kingdom of being "the major military supporters of the war of aggression against Yemen". In March 2015, a Saudi-led, USA -backed coalition began what has turned into a devastating war that has killed more than 10,000 people, displaced 2 million, and created the world's worst humanitarian disaster.

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  • Saudi-led friendly fire kills 6 Yemen troops: Military source
Saudi-led friendly fire kills 6 Yemen troops: Military source

For months now, the United States has been pressurizing to condemn Iran and to enforce sanctions upon the country after Houthi militia fired ballistic missiles towards Saudi Arabia in 2017. U.S. President Donald Trump has called it the worst deal ever and vowed in January he wouldn't issue more waivers of U.S. sanctions - a requirement under the ...

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  • NY regulator asks Deutsche, other banks about Kushner loans
NY regulator asks Deutsche, other banks about Kushner loans

That loan was made in the spring of 2017, shortly after Kushner met in the White House with Citigroup's chief executive, Michael L. Corbat , according to people briefed on the meeting. Although Kushner stepped down as the company's CEO in 2017, after Trump was sworn in to the office, the business still remains in his family and reports suggest he ...

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  • Varicose veins; sign of deadly clots - study finds
Varicose veins; sign of deadly clots - study finds

An investigation of 425,000 people proposes the condition ought to be viewed as a noteworthy warning that somebody is in danger of profound vein thrombosis ( DVT ) or pneumonic embolism. The study led by researchers including Pei-Chun Chen, adoctoral student from China Medical University in Taiwan , examined 212,984 patients aged 20 years...

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  • This CDC Employee Has Been Missing For Almost Two Weeks
This CDC Employee Has Been Missing For Almost Two Weeks

The disappearance of 35-year-old Timothy Jerrell Cunningham has stumped police, as well as friends and family, who have been on the hunt for him since February 12. Cunningham's family is pleading for the public's help. But his auto, credit and debit cards, dog, keys, and cell phone have all been recovered, police said, making the disappearance ev...

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  • Kohli, Dhoni rested; Rohit takes charge
Kohli, Dhoni rested; Rohit takes charge

Rohit Sharma will captain India in the tri-nation Twenty20 series in Sri Lanka next month after Virat Kohli was among several star players to be rested. The Delhi skipper will also serve as the backup wicket-keeper. The Indian selection committee, led by chief selector MSK Prasad, rested key players citing enormous workload on the back of ...

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  • E-cig vapor tested positive for arsenic, lead, and other toxic metals
E-cig vapor tested positive for arsenic, lead, and other toxic metals

West Virginia has the second highest rate of regular smoking in the country, but it's unclear how the state ranks in e-cigarette use. They found that significant numbers had risky levels of the toxins leaking into their vapour. How the arsenic got into these e-liquids is yet another mystery-and another potential focus for regulators. The study ...

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  • Chronic heavy drinking linked to increased risk of dementia
Chronic heavy drinking linked to increased risk of dementia

Image for representational purposes only. Among the more than 57,000 studied cases of early-onset dementia (before the age of 65), the study discovered an even higher association. Using data from the French National Hospital Discharge database, the researchers found that alcohol-use disorders were diagnosed in 16.5% of the men with dementia a...

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  • AAP plays Muslim, Dalit card in CS assault case
AAP plays Muslim, Dalit card in CS assault case

The boycott by the bureaucrats was announced on Tuesday after Mr Prakash was allegedly assaulted on Monday night by some AAP MLAs at the chief minister's residence. Meanwhile, senior leaders in the party also said that so far they have no plans to engage in any dialogues with the IAS associations. The AAP alleged the chief secretary was making ...

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  • Justin Trudeau reiterates denial of Sikh separatists in cabinet on India trip
Justin Trudeau reiterates denial of Sikh separatists in cabinet on India trip

This also bodes well, of course, for the six Trudeau cabinet ministers now travelling with their leader, as well as for the 13 MPs who are paying their own way, but will undoubtedly claim it on their 2018 income-tax return as a legitimate business expense.

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  • Wales trio get all-clear for Ireland Six Nations clash
Wales trio get all-clear for Ireland Six Nations clash

Replacements: 16 Elliot Dee, 17 Wyn Jones, 18 Tomas Francis, 19 Bradley Davies, 20 Justin Tipuric, 21 Aled Davies, 22 Gareth Anscombe , 23 George North . I think they've beaten us once in the last five occasions and one was a draw. Former England head coach Lancaster, from Culgaith, who is now a senior coach at Leinster, has watched both his h...

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  • In dieting, low-fat or low-carb are the same
In dieting, low-fat or low-carb are the same

You're determined to lose weight this time and find yourself debating whether to go low-fat or low-carb? Christopher Gardner, PhD, a professor of medicine and lead author of the study , understands that people's bodies respond to healthy eating regimes in diverse ways.

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  • 11 die from flu this season in Tenn., including 10 children
11 die from flu this season in Tenn., including 10 children

Across the USA, the number of people testing positive for the most prevalent flu strain, Flu A, peaked weeks ago and continues to see a rapid decline. "We just wash our hands as much as possible, and if I see anything going on in the classroom, I immediately report it to the nurse", said Angela Gardner, a local teacher.

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  • First of Its Kind Blood Test Can Spot Autism in Children
First of Its Kind Blood Test Can Spot Autism in Children

Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is believed to impact approximately 1 in 100 people, but with its broad range of symptoms can be hard to correctly identify thus delaying possible treatment. A simple blood test could soon be all that's needed to diagnose autism in children. Now the only way to diagnose the condition is through behavioral assessme...

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  • Google is using retinal images to assess cardiovascular risk factors
Google is using retinal images to assess cardiovascular risk factors

Google's health subsidiary, Verily , announced yesterday that their new AI algorithm can assess heart disease risk by analyzing scans of the back of a patient's eyes . Michael V McConnell, head of Cardiovascular Health Innovations at Verily, said that the research needs more work and a larger patient database to validate these findings bef...

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  • Lung Function Declines Faster in Women Who Use Cleaning Products
Lung Function Declines Faster in Women Who Use Cleaning Products

In order to further understand the long-term respiratory effects of using such chemicals, researchers conducted a study wherein they analyzed the data of the 6,235 participants of the European Community Respiratory Health Survey who were followed for over 20 years since they signed up.

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  • Arvinder Singh Lovely returns to Congress
Arvinder Singh Lovely returns to Congress

The move comes ahead of Delhi bypolls for 20 Assembly segements after the AAP MLAs were disqualified in the office of profits case. I had taken that decision when I was in a dilemma. Lovely, who was sulking in the BJP after being overshadowed by Delhi leaders Vijay Goel and Manoj Tiwari, is believed to have responded swiftly to overtures from the...

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