• US First Lady Melania Trump in Hospital for Kidney Condition
US First Lady Melania Trump in Hospital for Kidney Condition

At the Capitol later, where he joined Republican senators at their weekly lunch, Trump reiterated that his wife is "really doing well". "Usually, with embolization there is over a 90 percent success rate", he said. He also visited Monday after doctors performed the "embolization" procedure. Sometimes embolizations can be done on an out-patient ...

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  • Salmonella Outbreak Sickens More People Following Multi-State Egg Recall
Salmonella Outbreak Sickens More People Following Multi-State Egg Recall

While the eggs were recalled in April it is being reported that people began falling ill as early as November 2017 and are still getting ill as recently as last month. "We're disheartened by the additional reported illnesses in recent days and we apologize to anyone who may have been sickened or who has a family member or friend who may have take...

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  • RCB defeat DD, stay alive in IPL
RCB defeat DD, stay alive in IPL

For the first time in IPL's history, Nepali player Sandeep Lamichhane is taking part. Bowling first is better at this stage, because it's easier for batsmen to take responsibility. Young Abhishek Sharma's quick fire 46 runs off 19 balls at a strike rate of 242.11 helped DD to post a good total of 181/4 on the board at the end of their 20 over...

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  • Eli Lilly to buy Armo BioSciences for $1.6 bn
Eli Lilly to buy Armo BioSciences for $1.6 bn

One gauge of the relative volatility of a specific stock to the market is its beta. Most sudden stock spikes or dips demand the attention of anyone who is keeping a watchful eye. The closing of the deal will be subject to customary closing conditions such as receipt of necessary regulatory approvals. BlackRock Inc. boosted its position in shares ...

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  • DR Congo records four fresh cases of Ebola
DR Congo records four fresh cases of Ebola

Bikoro is situated in Equateur Province on the shores of Lake Tumba in the north-western part of the country near the Republic of the Congo. So far 17 people have died in an ebola outbreak in northwestern Congo. All the neighbouring countries have been alerted. Experts fear it could have an "international impact", considering how quickly th...

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  • Oops: Gwyneth Paltrow just let slip a massive spoilers for Avengers 4
Oops: Gwyneth Paltrow just let slip a massive spoilers for Avengers 4

The film's follow-up " Avengers 4 ", which filmmakers Joe and Anthony Russo shot back-to-back with " Infinity War ", is scheduled to release on May 3, 2019. But we now know that she survives, and what's more, Pepper Potts and Tony Stark will not be alone in the next movie! Hell, the Russo brothers did a great job at balancing the storylines of ...

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  • Women who don't eat fruits take longer to conceive
Women who don't eat fruits take longer to conceive

Previous research has focussed on the role that diet plays in women diagnosed with or receiving treatment for infertility however the impact of diet before conception for the general population has not been widely studied. Studies also found that women who do plenty of vigorous activity prior to conception are less likely to suffer from ovulator...

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  • Scientists 'discover new cure for baldness'
Scientists 'discover new cure for baldness'

Two drugs are now known to treat male-pattern baldness or androgenetic alopecia: minoxidil and finasteride. But both have side effects, and often their results are not satisfactory, with the outcome that they rarely need hair implantation, according to scientists.

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  • Sale of Cambodian newspaper sparks fears of crackdown on press freedom
Sale of Cambodian newspaper sparks fears of crackdown on press freedom

Managing editor Stuart White, who has worked for the Post for six years, was the first staff member to refuse to remove the article . The newspaper's editor-in-chief Kay Kimsong was reportedly fired after he refused to take down the news story.

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  • A simple change of direction can make restaurant calorie labels more effective
A simple change of direction can make restaurant calorie labels more effective

Meanwhile, researchers examining menu labeling in Seattle, which went into effect in 2009, found that the percentage of restaurant goers who noticed and utilized calorie labeling in their food choices tripled. It's possible that the ruling was ushered in as a pre-emptive measure against even more detailed label requirements that are being negot...

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  • Kirsten Dunst Welcomes Her First Child with Jesse Plemons
Kirsten Dunst Welcomes Her First Child with Jesse Plemons

We will remind, about pregnancy Kirsten dunst first began in December. Proving that life imitates art, the couple played married high school sweethearts on the show's second season. They announced their engagement in January past year. That love is just like... you can't experience that unless you have a kid'. "I've been working since I was 3...

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  • Stakeholders deplore process in Gombe — APC Ward Congresses
Stakeholders deplore process in Gombe — APC Ward Congresses

No good father will stand aloof while his children are at loggerheads. NAN reports that suspected hoodlums had invaded the stakeholders' meeting holding at the secretariat, forcing the Halilu-Ahmed-led committee to shift the exercise to Sunday.

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  • UK Defense Ministry Acknowledges Civilian Casualties in Syria Airstrike in March
UK Defense Ministry Acknowledges Civilian Casualties in Syria Airstrike in March

Alaeddin Boroujerdi, the chairman of the Iranian parliament's national security committee, addressed the attack at a press conference in the Syrian capital on Tuesday. In February, US-led coalition air raids killed 25 civilians - including seven children - in the village of Shaafah, in Deir Ezzor province, and surrounding areas, according to the Ob...

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  • Quakes on Hawaii Volcano Could Signal New Eruption
Quakes on Hawaii Volcano Could Signal New Eruption

HST. The Hawaiian Volcano Observatory confirms the cracks are caused by an underlying "intrusion of magma ". "Residents in that area should be prepared to evacuate", Hawaii County Civil Defense Administrator Talmadge Magno said in a statement .

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  • Myanmar facing ICC referral unless 'proper' Rakhine probe conducted
Myanmar facing ICC referral unless 'proper' Rakhine probe conducted

Her remarks came at a press conference in Nay Pyi Taw on Tuesday, which marked the end of a high-profile UN Security Council visit to Bangladesh and Myanmar. Myanmar has yet to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the United Nations Development Programme and U.N. refugee agency (UNHCR) on working together on the repatriation of refugees.

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  • Coli Outbreak Linked to Romaine Lettuce Claims Its First Fatality
Coli Outbreak Linked to Romaine Lettuce Claims Its First Fatality

Laboratory testing in April determined that the strain of deadly E. coli behind the outbreak , known as O157:H7, produces a toxin known to cause more severe illness, which could explain the high hospitalization rate, the CDC said . The CDC reiterated its advice of not eating or buying romaine lettuce, normally used in salads, unless the source ...

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  • Diseases From Ticks, Mosquitos More Than Triple
Diseases From Ticks, Mosquitos More Than Triple

More than 642,000 cases of the illnesses were reported during the 13 years studied in the Vital Signs report by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. mayonii - that has caused Lyme disease in the upper Midwest. "Lyme patients are treated in an outpatient setting, so outpatient disease is underreported to a certain extent", P...

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  • Eating large amounts of carbohydrates can approach the menopause
Eating large amounts of carbohydrates can approach the menopause

The results could have implications for women at risk of a hard menopause, Janet Cade, a professor of nutritional epidemiology and public health at the U.K.'s University of Leeds, explained in a statement . The team took factors including weight and use of hormone replacement therapies into account, but could not consider genetic factors. The st...

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  • Watson rocks, After 8 overs CSK
Watson rocks, After 8 overs CSK

They suffered some close losses and have managed to win only two games so far. Back into the tournament after serving a two-year suspension, CSK played just one game in Chennai before the orgainsers chose to shift its remaining home games to Pune in the wake of Cauvery protests and threats to disrupt more fixtures.

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  • British Toddler Alfie Evans' Case Spreads to American Mainstream Media
British Toddler Alfie Evans' Case Spreads to American Mainstream Media

Doctors say the 23-month-old boy suffers from a degenerative neurological condition that has left him in a "semi-vegetative state" with nearly no brain function. Mr Evans added: "All I ask for now is for this meeting to be a positive one, and I hope to have Alfie, on the terms of mine and Alder Hey, to be home within a day or two".

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