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Faleye stretched his sinews to reach a headed knockdown from Osas Okoro's corner and volley the Super Eagles ahead with just over 10 minutes of play left prompting jubliant celebrations at the Grand Stade de Tanger. The score was 0-0 at half-time following a tightly contested first-half with both teams looking very organized at the back. Nigeria were finding it hard to penetrate the Libyan defence which was marshalled by Ahmed El Trbi, who put his body on the line in the 40th minute - ...
  • Bikram yoga is 'no more effective than yoga practiced at room temperature'

    Bikram yoga is 'no more effective than yoga practiced at room temperature'

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    However, performing yoga in a hot room was no more beneficial than practising it at normal room temperature, say the researchers. The official Bikram Yoga website claims that the heat "helps you practice your postures optimally" but while critics have previously raised concerns over elevated body temperatures, no study had actually isolated the effects of heat in the practice.
  • Philadelphia Eagles: Destiny Calls

    Philadelphia Eagles: Destiny Calls

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    However, destiny alone does not win championships. But more importantly, he has shown that he can withstand the pressure of the big moment. After the conference championship games, the winning teams will have two weeks to prepare for Super Bowl LII in Minnesota on February 4.
  • Eli Lilly and Company (LLY) Stake Boosted by Brookstone Capital Management

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    Xcel Energy Inc. (NYSE:XEL) ended its day at 45.29 with the rising stream of 0.31% and its total traded volume was 4.76 million shares more than the average volume. The rating was maintained by Barclays Capital on Friday, April 7 with "Overweight". The market capitalization (Stock Price Multiply by Total Number of Outstanding Shares) for the company is reported at $93.77B.
  • Sendejo limited in practice after concussion vs Saints

    Sendejo limited in practice after concussion vs Saints

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    Cornerback Mackensie Alexander (rib) was also limited in practice. Defensive tackle Shamar Stephen also did not participate in practice with a knee/ankle injury. numberFire's models project Thielen to score 12.2 FanDuel points in the NFC Championship Game , with 5.6 catches (9.1 targets) for 67.7 yards and 0.46 touchdowns.
  • Samsung starts mass production of 16Gb GDDR6 chips

    Samsung starts mass production of 16Gb GDDR6 chips

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    In another comparison, Samsung notes that the new solution performs at an 18Gbps pin speed with data transfers of 72GBps, which represents a more than two-fold increase over 8Gb GDDR5 with its 8Gbps pin speed. The first chip from SK Hynix should be 8Gb with 16Gb/s pin speed and a voltage of 1.35V. A 16Gb chip was planned for later release. Samsung's senior vice-president of Memory Product Planning, Jinman Han said in a statement that, "By introducing next-generation GDDR6 products, we will ...
  • Cancer blood test finds eight kinds of tumours

    Cancer blood test finds eight kinds of tumours

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    It's not yet ready for the public. Scientists have developed a new blood test to detect cancer and locate where in the body the tumour is growing, an advanced way to eliminate the need for invasive surgical procedures like biopsies. The test, called CancerSEEK, is a unique noninvasive, multianalyte test that simultaneously evaluates levels of eight cancer proteins and the presence of cancer gene mutations from circulating DNA in the blood.
  • Second Case Of Exposure To Measles Reported At O'Hare

    Second Case Of Exposure To Measles Reported At O'Hare

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    The Arkansas Department of Health said about 150 people were exposed to measles after an ill traveler flew from Chicago's O'Hare International Airport to Little Rock. Symptoms of measles infection include rash, high fever, cough, runny nose and red, watery eyes. If they were infected, symptoms could develop as late as the end of the month.
  • Science panel backs lower drunken driving threshold

    Science panel backs lower drunken driving threshold

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    For most women, the lower limit would mean a maximum of two drinks; for most men, three drinks. "I would certainly say that MADD applauds the report's recommendation, because they really affirmed the key components of our campaign to eliminate drunk driving", said Ron Sylvan, a regional executive director for the Irving-based organization.
  • Court Affirms IPOB's Proscription As A Terrorist Outfit

    Court Affirms IPOB's Proscription As A Terrorist Outfit

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    Miffed by the order, IPOB through its lawyer, Ifeanyi Ejiofor, filed a motion on notice dated September 21, 2017, to seek the setting aside of the order of injunction made on September 20, in the suit marked FHC/ABJ/CS/871/17. Subsequently, Justice Kafarati asked the secessionist group to pay the Attorney-General a fine of N500 only. The separatist group had, in a bid to drive home its demand for the Nigerian government to conduct a referendum as a pre-condition for the establishment of ...
  • Liberals press Dems to act on immigration, shutdown or no

    Liberals press Dems to act on immigration, shutdown or no

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    The president and Congress are attempting to reach a deal as part of a federal spending bill that congressional leaders must pass by Friday to avoid a government shutdown. "Until further notice, and unless otherwise provided in this guidance, the DACA policy will be operated on the terms in place before it was rescinded on September 5, 2017", the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services agency announced on its website .
  • New blood test could help detect eight common cancers before they spread

    New blood test could help detect eight common cancers before they spread

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    Some look for proteins in the blood that appear with cancer. "Circulating tumor DNA mutations can be highly specific markers for cancer". But these methods alone don't give reliable results. And false positives are a concern for tests that are meant to be administered to large populations of healthy individuals - an incorrect result can cause people undue stress and lead to unnecessary and potentially harmful treatments.
  • Boston U: Repeated impacts, not concussion, cause CTE

    Boston U: Repeated impacts, not concussion, cause CTE

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    Researchers have found that in 20 percent of the known cases of CTE - currently, it can't be definitively affirmed that an individual had CTE until they've died - there was no record or report of the afflicted individual suffering concussion.
  • Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime 2018 to be available from January 2018

    Samsung Galaxy On7 Prime 2018 to be available from January 2018

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    The processor is Exynos 7870 octa-core clocking at 1.6GHz. One comes with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of native storage. Targeting millennials, the device has a 13MP rear camera with f/1.9 and LED flash, and a 13MP front camera with f/1.9. The Samsung Galaxy S9 is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset in the U.S. and Exynos 9810 . It has a metal unibody design with fingerprint sensor in the Home button.
  • Take the Trump test: are you fit to be United States president?

    Take the Trump test: are you fit to be United States president?

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    President Donald Trump says he wants immigrants to come to the US from "everywhere", despite having said behind closed doors that he'd prefer more immigrants from countries like Norway and not Africa. "He has gone above and beyond what I would consider a requirement to demonstrate his cognitive abilities", Jackson said. Democratic Sen. Richard Durbin is standing by his description of last week's White House immigration meeting at which he and others have said President Donald Trump ...
  • Intermountain Healthcare, Others, Will Develop Generic Drug Company

    Intermountain Healthcare, Others, Will Develop Generic Drug Company

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    The company will also seek to stabilize the supply of essential generic medications administered in hospitals, many of which have fallen into chronic shortage. The most notable example is that of Martin Shkreli's company Turing Pharmaceuticals, which dramatically raised the price of the old, cheap generic drug Daraprim by more than 5,000 percent-from $13.50 to $750 a pill.
  • Pounds Of Cocaine Found In Pineapples In Portugal

    Pounds Of Cocaine Found In Pineapples In Portugal

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    The seizure, from shipping containers, was part of an ongoing investigation across both countries that started in April 2017, the Iberian police said. Just last month we saw avocados used as cover for a massive marijuana shipment , and now reports out of Europe suggest that another popular fruit was used to creatively carry hundreds of kilos of cocaine.
  • Military clears 95 deradicalised Boko Haram members

    Military clears 95 deradicalised Boko Haram members

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    Some of the agencies included the Nigerian Police, Department of State Services (DSS), Nigerian Prison Service (NPS), National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Victim Support Fund (VSF), Nigeria Prison Service (NPS) and Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS).
  • State report on how NY may change tax code

    State report on how NY may change tax code

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    For the third consecutive year, Cuomo proposed a new tax structure for online marketplaces operated by Amazon, eBay and others. It would also take into account a move by the Trump administration earlier this month, to cancel a policy that kept federal prosecutors at bay from the fledgling cannabis industries and vowed to uphold their state laws.
  • Galway wind warning upgraded to status orange

    Galway wind warning upgraded to status orange

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    Met Éireann has advised that "westerly winds will reach mean wind speeds of 55 to 65km/h with gusts of 90 to 110km/h". The warning is valid until 3am Thursday, January 18. Galway Bay fm newsroom - Power has been restored to nearly 1,000 homes in the county, as Met Éireann warns that another storm is on the way. Overhead electric wires have already been damaged by Wolverhampton and Stafford, while a number of delays have been announced at Manchester and Birmingham.
  • York County Officer shot during Ambush Dies

    York County Officer shot during Ambush Dies

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    The deputies who were shot were either in surgery or awaiting surgery Tuesday afternoon, the sheriff's office said. McCall's wife was not seriously injured in the Monday night attack, Tolson said. Funeral arrangements for Mike Doty are pending. Officials said the rear of the helicopter was hit by gunfire but still able to fly. There was an outpouring of support for the York County Sheriff's Department and York Police Department following the incident.
  • Trump's 'overall health is excellent' says doctor, weight loss a goal

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    That means he's gained 3 pounds over the past year, according to his last official records. But Trump has high cholesterol and is overweight for his height. But he was also taken aback by a joke Jackson made, telling the president he could have lived to 200 years old if his diet had been better over the past two decades.
  • Kannada film director and actor Kashinath no more

    Kannada film director and actor Kashinath no more

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    He is survived by his wife and two children. In the year 1975, he debuted as a director with Aparoopada Athitigalu. The actor-director originally a science graduate was reportedly introduced to the world of films when he joined a troupe called Asima along with other filmmakers of that time.
  • 'Black Death' plague was spread in Europe through dirty humans, not rats

    'Black Death' plague was spread in Europe through dirty humans, not rats

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    The disease doesn't spread if we stay clean. It is begun by the bacterium Yersinia pestis , a Gram-negative, rod-shaped coccobacillus and non-mobile with zero spores. The study was published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences . The Black Plague (or Black Death ) gets its name from the swollen black-and-blue buboes, or swollen areas, that showed up near lymph nodes on victims, especially around their groin and armpits.
  • Police expected to release more info on fatal shooting

    Police expected to release more info on fatal shooting

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    The shooting happened Tuesday morning on Montpelier High School's athletic field. Giffin was pronounced dead at a hospital. A day after the shooting, police said Wednesday their investigation has identified the handgun Nathan Giffin, 32, of Essex, was holding at the time he was fatally shot as a Umarex 40XP BB pistol.
  • This NC Republican isn't ready to vote for spending bill

    This NC Republican isn't ready to vote for spending bill

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    It's more than likely that if a stopgap bill passes the House, it would again glide through the Senate . The world won't come to an end, but as they were in the past, Republicans will look like inept, petty, angry children actually willing to take their ball - in this case, the government - and go home.
  • 7 dead as Myanmar police open fire to disperse protesters

    7 dead as Myanmar police open fire to disperse protesters

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    According to the agreement, which was finalised in Myanmar's capital Naypyidaw, a two-year deadline has been set for the repatriation of the Rohingyas. "And if we get a nationality identity card in Myanmar, then we are more than willing to go back". "Even though we are talking about a two-year process, it totally depends on how the two countries cooperate", Myanmar government Spokesman Zaw Htay said.
  • Flu in every single place, might worsen with new strains

    Flu in every single place, might worsen with new strains

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    The health unit's officer of health, Dr. Charles Gardner, has issued a declaration of widespread influenza activity in the region. St. Peter's says that they need to take these precautions since they have patients that could die from influenza such as newborns, hospice care patients and cancer patients who may have weakened immune systems.
  • A Fresh Look At Philip Morris International, Inc. (NYSE:PM)

    A Fresh Look At Philip Morris International, Inc. (NYSE:PM)

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    The fund owned 36,247 shares of the company's stock after purchasing an additional 1,421 shares during the period. The volume of the company in the last trading session was 6.08 Million. Investors sentiment increased to 0.97 in Q3 2017. Its down 0.10, from 1.46 in 2017Q2. It improved, as 55 investors sold PM shares while 524 reduced holdings.
  • Trump's Work-for-Medicaid Rule Puts Work on States' Shoulders

    Trump's Work-for-Medicaid Rule Puts Work on States' Shoulders

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    Trump's proposed work requirement is a politically motivated attack that is meant to undermine an ObamaCare program that has only grown in popularity with every attack on the ACA. Encouraging work is a good thing for those receiving public benefits as long as the plan is executed properly. This will be particularly true if, as expected, the burden of the work requirement falls most heavily on those with physical or mental impairments not yet certified as permanent disabilities.
  • Supreme Court to resume hearing in Aadhaar matter

    Supreme Court to resume hearing in Aadhaar matter

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    These include challenges to various administrative orders that make linking of the 12-digit unique identity number to government services mandatory and also statutes such as the Income-Tax that make it compulsory to link the Aadhaar number to the PAN (permanent account number) issued by the tax department.
  • SC stuns No. 18 Kentucky with 2nd-half rally

    SC stuns No. 18 Kentucky with 2nd-half rally

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    Kentucky (14-4, 4-2 SEC) got 12 points from Nick Richards and 10 from PJ Washington. Ballyhooed Kentucky freshman forward Jarred Vanderbilt made his debut and had six points and five rebounds in 14 minutes. SC is starting to get hot - The Gamecocks have won two of their last three games - but so are the Wildcats. But that's when SC, fueled by the powerful, 6-foot-9 Silva, got going and outscored Kentucky (14-4, 4-2) 36-14 the rest of the way to pull off the upset.
  • Tide Pod Challenge could be fatal

    Tide Pod Challenge could be fatal

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    Then in March 2017, a video by College Humor titled Don't Eat the Laundry Pods brought it back to the surface, featuring college students who were tempted to eat the pods. Over the last few months, a trend is popping up online of videos showing young people putting laundry detergent pods in their mouths, Today reports .
  • Measles outbreak spreading across England, warn health officials

    Measles outbreak spreading across England, warn health officials

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    According to new statistics released by Public Health England (PHE ), there have been 34 confirmed cases in West Yorkshire, 29 confirmed cases in Cheshire and Liverpool, 32 confirmed cases in the West Midlands, 20 confirmed cases in Surrey and seven confirmed cases in Greater Manchester, making a total of 122 cases.
  • Widespread flu has hospitals at capacity

    Widespread flu has hospitals at capacity

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    Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that, based on their data , this might be the peak of this year's flu season. Each visit costs $40, and the vaccination is good for one year. This year's flu shot is not a flawless match for the strain of H3N2 now circulating, so people may become sick when they are exposed to the virus, even if they received a flu shot.
  • Federal Judges Deny Lawmakers Request For Stay In Gerrymandering Case

    Federal Judges Deny Lawmakers Request For Stay In Gerrymandering Case

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    The legislative defendants wanted the panel to put the January 24 deadline on hold while they pursue an appeal. But the lower court's judges - U.S. Circuit Judge Jim Wynn and District Judges William Osteen and Earl Britt - said the cases in the other states are different enough legally that their decision could stand no matter how the justices rule.
  • 'My memory hasn't evolved' on Trump immigration meeting, Graham says

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    One person briefed on the meeting said when Durbin got to Haiti, Trump began to ask why we want people from Haiti and more Africans in the U.S. and added that the USA should get more people from countries like Norway. I think back of presidents throughout history, and I can not imagine a moment where a president sunk to that depth. "I think they talk about DACA , but they don't want to help the DACA people".