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Health officials are now inspecting nearby properties and businesses which are not associated with theme park. According to the CDC, Legionella is a type of bacterium found naturally in freshwater environments. Patients infected with the disease range in age from 52 to 94. So far, two patients have died, though neither of them were visitors of the park. The investigation will continue so the Office of Epidemiology and Disease Surveillance staff members remain available to speak with ...
  • Moore Lawyer Gives Cringeworthy Response On Dating Teens

    Moore Lawyer Gives Cringeworthy Response On Dating Teens

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    After Garmon left, the anchors brought up the lawyer's statement about Velshi's background again. Garmon then continued to say that Moore asked the mothers of those he pursued for permission before asking them on a date. Moore, who has been accused of assaulting or pursuing five teenagers in the 1970s when he was in his 30s, made the remarks at a campaign event at Walker Springs Road Baptist Church in Alabama on Tuesday.
  • Malnutrition India's Biggest Risk Factor, Air Pollution at Second

    Malnutrition India's Biggest Risk Factor, Air Pollution at Second

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    The Lancet report said that underdeveloped states, including Bihar , Jharkhand , Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh and Haryana, have a low epidemiological transition level (ETL). India's latest and most comprehensive health report card released on Tuesday has highlighted some worrying facts about Telangana. For example, the life expectancy of a person born in India in 1960 was 40 years, which has increased to about 70years now.
  • NZ in global antibiotic awareness battle

    NZ in global antibiotic awareness battle

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    Antibiotics are essential for treating pneumonia and sepsis; however, antibiotics can not help against bronchitis, colds, flu and some ear infections. Suzanne Dougherty, executive vice president of the American Association of Avian Pathologists, noted that most of the antibiotics used in poultry are ionophores, which are not considered by FDA or World Health Organization to be medically important to humans.
  • India's real Test will be in South Africa: Mohammad Azharuddin

    India's real Test will be in South Africa: Mohammad Azharuddin

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    About the team getting back into Test cricket: Team shape is very good. "Everyone knows how to adapt and adjust to all the formats". I don't think there will be any trouble. About focus on the upcoming tour of South Africa: South Africa will be completely different. "We learnt how Indian team does well and the areas we needed to improve", he said.
  • Trump to nominate 'star' to lead HHS

    Trump to nominate 'star' to lead HHS

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    President of Public Citizen , Weissman said today: "Just weeks after denouncing "out-of-control" prescription prices, President Donald Trump shows he doesn't mean it by nominating a former pharmaceutical company executive to run the U.S.
  • I&B curtain falls on Nude, S Durga

    I&B curtain falls on Nude, S Durga

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    This is the attitude which has prevented India making a bigger splash in global film festivals. Marathi film Nude helmed by Ravi Jadhav and Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's Malayalam film S Durga were the two films which were pulled out of the list of movies to be featured at 48th International Film Festival of India.
  • Biafra separatists checked as Buhari gets top title on visit to Igboland

    Biafra separatists checked as Buhari gets top title on visit to Igboland

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    President Buhari conferred with the title of Ochioha NdiIgbo 1 by South East traditional council of rulers led by Eze Eberechi Dick during his visit to Ebonyi State on 14th Nov 2017. On Wednesday, Buhari will also visit Anambra, another southeastern state where a governorship election is set to take place on Saturday amid threats of violence by secessionists.
  • AFFLECK & ABRAMS Unites New All-Star Super-Team with ANISTON, SHAQ, More

    AFFLECK & ABRAMS Unites New All-Star Super-Team with ANISTON, SHAQ, More

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    Affleck and Garner will be reuniting with Affleck's mom and his brother Casey Affleck for a Thanksgiving holiday at his best friend Matt Damon's house, and it all sounds like the stuff of A-list family dreams. "Interesting thing about [ Justice League ], this movie shifted schedule, some actor availability dropped [.] and Star Wars pushed, I don't know if you know this, but created some additional availability".
  • Another Study Suggests Coffee Is Really Great for Your Heart

    Another Study Suggests Coffee Is Really Great for Your Heart

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    That being said, it is now hard to verify these results because the definition of what constitutes "red meat" differs between studies. Subjects who consumed an eight-ounce cup every day lowered their risk of each by 8 percent, 7 percent, and 5 percent, respectively.
  • 'Little Hats, Big Hearts' program seeks volunteers to knit newborn hats

    'Little Hats, Big Hearts' program seeks volunteers to knit newborn hats

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    The program calls on volunteers to begin crocheting or knitting red hats for babies that are due this February, which is designated as American Heart Month. The program also accepts yarn donations. "Little Hats, Big Hearts" started in 2014 in Chicago and quickly expanded nation-wide. Come February, the cute accessories are then handed out to infants in hospitals in more than 40 states.
  • Raising awareness about diabetes and it's impact on millions

    Raising awareness about diabetes and it's impact on millions

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    Alarmingly, only 28.7% of Scots said they definitely felt in control of their diabetes . Claire Fleming, acting national director at Diabetes Scotland, said: " Diabetes affects more than 291,000 people in Scotland and is the fastest-growing health crisis of our time".
  • FDA Approves Digital Pill

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    The technology is the product of research between Japanese pharmaceutical company Otsuka and Proteus Digital Health , and is created to solve the problem of people missing medicine doses, which costs the US healthcare system an estimated $200 billion per year.
  • Close shave for IndiGo passengers as wild boar strays on Vizag runway

    Close shave for IndiGo passengers as wild boar strays on Vizag runway

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    Sources said that the wild boar appeared on the runway just as the aircraft was taking off. There was no way the pilot could halt the plane and so he took off. "The technical team found that the flesh of the wild boar was stuck to the rear wheel of the aircraft, hindering its free rotation". The IndiGo flight, which was supposed to reach Hyderabad by 11.15 pm, took off only at 1 am and reached Hyderabad on Monday 2.15 am.
  • Politics Buhari Supports El-Rufai's Teachers' Test, Calls For Comprehensive Reforms

    Politics Buhari Supports El-Rufai's Teachers' Test, Calls For Comprehensive Reforms

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    On Monday, President Buhari expressed his stance at a special retreat of the Federal Executive Council in Abuja held at the banquet hall of the Presidential Villa. If you did well, they will tell you, you didn't, they wouldn't spare the rod. However, the proposed mass sacking has sparked controversy with the Nigeria Labour Congress warning there could be a "mother of all protests" over it, Vanguard reports.
  • Not Delhi, But Varanasi Tops The List of Country's Most Polluted City

    Not Delhi, But Varanasi Tops The List of Country's Most Polluted City

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    A U.S. embassy measure of tiny PM 2.5 particles, showed a reading of 523 at nine am on Friday. In Delhi's Lodhi Road area, PM 10 levels were at 560, and PM 2.5 at 625. It said: "Delhi once again has become a veritable gas chamber with denizens finding it hard to breathe". Affluent residents and large private companies have been placing bulk orders for air purifiers and filtration masks.
  • Undertrial shot dead inside Rohini court

    Undertrial shot dead inside Rohini court

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    He was being escorted court no 107 from the court lock-up cell by the Third Battalion of the Delhi Armed Police (DAP) when he was shot dead by a man, later identified as Abdul Khan (24), near the canteen around 11.20 am. "For seven years, Vinod evaded arrest. That man had threatened to kill him", he added. A prisoner who the police was escorting for a hearing in a court in Delhi has died after being shot at.
  • Major fire breaks out at Annapurna Studios in Hyderabad

    Major fire breaks out at Annapurna Studios in Hyderabad

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    No casualties are reported yet a financial damage has been reported where two of the shooting sets were burnt. Exact cause for this fire accident is yet to be known but initial reports say it is due to the short circuit. It mainly produces and distributes Telugu films and also provides various production facilities, including sound stages for set construction, outdoor sets, editing, dubbing and digital intermediate suites.
  • National Antibiotic Awareness Week

    National Antibiotic Awareness Week

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    World Health Organization has announced new recommendations tailored to preserve the effectiveness of antibiotics in humans by reducing their unnecessary use in animals. Despite the worry regarding excessive antibiotics usage in farm animals, concern also rises on the possible consequences if certain countries begin to impose restrictions or completely ban the use of antibiotic in the agricultural sector.
  • Hannibal Salvation Army kicks off Tree of Lights campaign

    Hannibal Salvation Army kicks off Tree of Lights campaign

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    Interested individuals can select a wish list from the Christmas tree set up in the Post Oak Mall food court in College Station. The Salvation Army is always looking for bell ringers. "We give out food and clothing every week and provide financial assistance every month, and if it weren't for kettle donations we wouldn't be able to help out community", Chitwood said.
  • Bill Gates commits $100 million to fight Alzheimer's disease

    Bill Gates commits $100 million to fight Alzheimer's disease

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    In addition Gates said $50 million more would be injected into startups that are working on less mainstream types of approaches to the horrific disease, but said those companies were not identified as of yet. Gates said he spent the previous year learning everything he could about Alzheimer's disease, speaking with researchers, academics, and other industry experts.
  • Men more at risk of rare heart attack after making love: Research

    Men more at risk of rare heart attack after making love: Research

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    Sudden cardiac arrest is, more often than not, fatal, and it requires immediate specialized attention in order for the worst outcome to be prevented. According to the recent research done by American Heart Association's Scientific Sessions 2017, on Sunday, it was founded that sex can rarely trigger cardiac arrest.
  • Rivers: Call Amaechi To Order, PDP Tells Buhari

    Rivers: Call Amaechi To Order, PDP Tells Buhari

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    The State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Nnamdi Omoni, said there was no attack on the governor, he said the incident was merely an altercation between the governor's security details and those of the Minister. "PDP is once again constrained to draw the attention of President Buhari to another assassination attempt by his Minister on Governor Wike on Saturday, November 11, 2017 in Port Harcourt ".
  • NFL Commissioner Asking For $50-Million Dollar Salary

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    ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen reported on Sunday that Goodell is seeking a salary in the neighborhood of $50 million per year in addition to the use of a private jet for life and lifetime health insurance coverage for his family.
  • 5-star SG Keldon Johnson commits to Kentucky

    5-star SG Keldon Johnson commits to Kentucky

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    And I can't imagine that that whole state was rocking in the first half. He shot 51 percent from the floor in 16 games. Nick Richards paced the Wildcats in the first half with 8 points, as he was the only Wildcat that could buy a bucket early.
  • HPV vaccine could reduce Pap tests in a lifetime

    HPV vaccine could reduce Pap tests in a lifetime

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    But since 2008, the HPV vaccine has been offered to United Kingdom schoolgirls aged 11-13. Testing for HPV first will be rolled out into the English cervical screening programme over the next two years. More research is needed to understand the mechanism at play. "The change in the screening system is a unique opportunity to reassess how often women are invited for cervical screens during their lifetimes", he added.
  • Doctor explains possibility of overdose from drug residue on shopping cart

    Doctor explains possibility of overdose from drug residue on shopping cart

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    The police department wrote that touching the cart and then "rub your nose or touch your child's mouth" could turn out to be deadly. In that case, there should be more concern for the health of the person leaving the residue on the cart. Although, he says he hasn't heard of anyone being exposed by a shopping cart. If you skip using the wipes at the front of most stores the department says don't and it's not just because of germs.
  • Disneyland shuts down cooling towers following Legionnaire's cases among guests

    Disneyland shuts down cooling towers following Legionnaire's cases among guests

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    Pamela Hymel, chief medical officers for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, said in a statement Friday. Legionnaires' disease can be spread through inhaling droplets from contaminated water sources. Disneyland says it learned about the Legionnaires' cases in late October and shut down and disinfected two cooling towers that tested for high levels of the bacteria.
  • OshKosh recalling jackets due to child choking hazard

    OshKosh recalling jackets due to child choking hazard

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    Health Canada ordered the recall along with the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission , The Genuine Canadian Corporation and OshKosh B'gosh Inc. The jackets were sold at OshKosh, Bon-Ton, Kohl's, Fred Meyer and other retail department stores nationwide between August 2017 and September 2017.
  • Saudi-led strikes hit defence ministry in Yemen capital

    Saudi-led strikes hit defence ministry in Yemen capital

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    The alleged air strike comes nearly a week after Saudi Arabia intercepted a missile launched by the Houthis, prompting the Saudi-led coalition to call the attack an " act of war " and hold Tehran responsible for arming the Yemeni rebels, a claim repeatedly denied by the Islamic Republic.
  • Ellen Page Will Star in Netflix's 'Umbrella Academy' Adaptation

    Ellen Page Will Star in Netflix's 'Umbrella Academy' Adaptation

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    Ellen Page ( Inception ) has joined the show as Vanya Hargreeve, the black sheep of the superhero family with no supernatural abilities. The Umbrella Academy follows the estranged members of a dysfunctional family of superheroes ( The Umbrella Academy ) - Luther, Diego, Allison, Vanya, Klaus and Number Five - as they work together to solve their father's mysterious death while coming apart at the seams due to their divergent personalities and abilities.
  • Chicago to host 2020 NBA All Star Game, source says — ESPNChicago

    Chicago to host 2020 NBA All Star Game, source says — ESPNChicago

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    It will mark the third time that the National Basketball Association has brought the All-Star game to the West Side but the first to be played at the United Center . Could Cleveland be in line to host the 2021 event? Looking to Advertise? Contact the Crusader for more information. Los Angeles will host the event in 2018 and Charlotte will host in 2019, after the league found the city's partial bathroom legislation repeal to be sufficient enough.
  • SKan Is a Handheld Device That Detects Skin Cancer

    SKan Is a Handheld Device That Detects Skin Cancer

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    So, when the thermal shock is applied, these cells regain heat more quickly than normal cells, thus indicating there a malignant tissue exists. The sKan uses accurate and low-cost temperature sensors to pinpoint areas of tissue that gain heat quicker than the surrounding area of skin.
  • Ravinder Bhalla-First ever Sikh mayor of Hoboken city in US

    Ravinder Bhalla-First ever Sikh mayor of Hoboken city in US

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    The school board slate backed by Bhalla and by candidate Jen Giattino, who finished third, was victorious: Sharyn Angley (an incumbent), Melanie Tekirian, and Chetali Khanna. Many mistake them as Muslim because they wear a turban as a sign of their faith, making them easy targets of deplorable hate crimes. " At this point in my political career, I have a thick skin ", he told the Huffington Post .
  • Buying Cannabis-Based CBD Medicines Online Is A Gamble

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    The team of researchers took 84 CBD products now sold online by 31 different companies and had them chemically analyzed in a lab. In states where patients can't legally get medical marijuana , companies advertise CBD items that can ship anywhere in the U.S.
  • Tipu Jayanti today, security up in Bengaluru

    Tipu Jayanti today, security up in Bengaluru

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    Bengaluru Commissioner of police Suneel Kumar said more than 11,000 police personnel including officers and Home Guards would be deployed in the city and all precautionary measures had been taken to avoid any untoward incidents. "Conveyed (to) Karnataka government not to invite me to the shameful event of glorifying a person known as a brutal killer, wretched fanatic and mass rapist", Hegde had tweeted.
  • California NAACP Pushes to Have 'The Star-Spangled Banner' Removed as National Anthem

    California NAACP Pushes to Have 'The Star-Spangled Banner' Removed as National Anthem

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    Rep. Danny Davis is now tagging the anthem as sexist too. "We owe a lot of it to Kaepernick", California NAACP President Alice Huffman told the Sacramento Bee . O'Reilly suggested that the NAACP is misunderstanding the historical context of the song, pointing out that the writer, Francis Scott Key, was inspired by the Battle of Baltimore when he penned the lyrics.