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Also Nasdaq.com published the news titled: "Enable Midstream Partners (ENBL) Shares Cross Above 200 DMA" on February 07, 2018. It has underperformed by 41.08% the S&P500. Raymond James Tru Na holds 12,984 shares or 0.07% of its portfolio. Tortoise Capital Ltd Liability Corp stated it has 14.24M shares or 6.62% of all its holdings.
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    DCC's (DCC) "Add" Rating Reaffirmed at Peel Hunt

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    They now have a GBX 600.00 target price per share on the stock. HSBC has cut their stock rating for shares of Capita (LON:CPI) to a Hold in a research note sent to clients and investors on Wednesday, 7 February, and has just set a 12month target price per share at GBX 200.00.
  • IAF officer arrested for leaking information

    IAF officer arrested for leaking information

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    Reports claimed that during the course of IAF's investigation, it was revealed that Marwaha was enticed by two Pakistani social media accounts, being operated with the pseudo names of Mahima Patel and Kiran Randhawa. He is booked under Section 3 and 5 of Officials Secrets Act. Deputy Commissioner of Police (Special Cell) Pramod Kushwaha confirmed the arrest. India Today reported that the official was detained by the IAF on January 31, and was handed over to police on Thursday after he ...
  • Most Active Stock: Altria Group, Inc. (NYSE:MO)

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    The stock traded with the average Volume of 7.11 Million at the end of last session. Sterling Investment Advisors Ltd. raised its position in shares of Altria Group by 133.3% during the 1st quarter. This repurchase authorization permits the company to buy up to 0.7% of its stock through open market purchases. Neuberger Berman Grp Inc Llc owns 0.04% invested in Altria Group , Inc.
  • In a first, human eggs completely grown in lab

    In a first, human eggs completely grown in lab

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    The research could be particularly relevant for girls who have not gone through puberty. Traditionally, cancer patients can have a piece of ovary removed before chemotherapy, but reimplanting the tissue later may risk reintroducing cancer.
  • Why acne risk goes beyond the dermatological symptoms

    Why acne risk goes beyond the dermatological symptoms

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    According to the results of the study, the likelihood of developing major depression was 18.5 percent among patients with acne and 12 percent in those without. Isabelle Vallerand, told Science Daily . Again, these numbers won't be shocking to anyone who has struggled with their skin, but it's also interesting to consider the idea that the connection has more to do with inflammation than the low self-esteem or social isolation that can sometimes accompany acne.
  • Health Officials Offer Clinic To Slow Spread Of The Flu

    Health Officials Offer Clinic To Slow Spread Of The Flu

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    Residents can make an appointment at a DHEC public health clinic to receive the flu vaccine by calling 1-855-4-SCDHEC and finding a clinic location here . No flu-related deaths have been reported publicly in the Triad and Northwest N.C. Some county health directors have declined to disclose flu-related deaths, citing DHHS privacy policies.
  • Analysis of Wolf budget proposal

    Analysis of Wolf budget proposal

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    House Majority Leader Dave Reed, R-Indiana, said he likes the idea of Wolf's proposal for more money for computer and industrial education, but he also said Wolf's spending proposal - made to look smaller by moving some Medicaid costs out of the state's main bank account - contains questionable components that will lead to tax increases in the future.
  • NHS crisis: January was the second-worst month for A&E

    NHS crisis: January was the second-worst month for A&E

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    But in an interview with ITV News , he refused to apologise to under-pressure NHS staff, adding: "When they signed up to go into medicine, they knew there would be pressurised moments". While there was a slight improvement across all emergency departments, performance at Type 1 A&Es, defined as consultant-led 24 hours facilities, was the worst-ever at 77.1 per cent, reports suggest.
  • US Congress set to vote to avert shutdown

    US Congress set to vote to avert shutdown

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    The bill includes $300bn (£216bn) in spending increases for both defence and domestic programs, with military spending getting an $80bn boost in the first fiscal year, followed by $85bn in the second. "Give us a vote". McConnell's bill fails to hit the numbers set by the President, which aimed at a $52 billion increase to defense spending from the 2017 budget.
  • New Zealand shines in incredible new behind-the-scenes Mission Impossible footage

    New Zealand shines in incredible new behind-the-scenes Mission Impossible footage

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    Piloting a helicopter in the mountains is unsafe enough by itself, but what Cruise does in this helicopter is just insane. In the clip, aerial coordinator Marc Wolff says: "Flying a helicopter takes a lot of skill. Tom Cruise was filming Mission Impossible in New Zealand in June. The film will arrive in United Kingdom cinemas from July 26th, the film once again written by and directed by Christopher McQuarrie .
  • Kohli hits 34th ODI Hundred, makes it 3-0 for India

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    Nevertheless, India totally dominated the second half of the innings with Mandhana reaching her century in the 40th over. Chahal and Kuldeep have struck to take 21 wickets in the three matches at an average of 9.05. They are very fearless tossing the ball and asking the batsman to come out and play a risky shot. It's a bit about that and about confidence as well.
  • Upper Peninsula child dies from flu; first child in state

    Upper Peninsula child dies from flu; first child in state

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    Pain or pressure in the chest or abdomen. The CDC also says that the past five flu seasons have lasted about 16 weeks, with the longest duration being 20 weeks. Approximately 3,000 hospitalizations have been reported since flu season began. A total of 2,646 people have been hospitalized. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), there will be thousands more before the season is over, making this the worst flu season America has seen in 15 years.
  • Brand New Gerber Baby Couldn't Be More Adorable

    Brand New Gerber Baby Couldn't Be More Adorable

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    Lucas Warren from Dalton, Ga., was chosen from more than 140,000 constants as the victor of Gerber's 2018 Spokesbaby contest. This is historic, as he is the first baby with Down's syndrome to be named as the Gerber baby in the contest's history.
  • Quack held for infecting 46 with HIV

    Quack held for infecting 46 with HIV

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    CMO Dr SP Chaudhary said that seven members from both the organisations took stock of the developments and said they will also visit the affected areas as well. People flocked to him in large numbers. In this photo, a patient is given a shot during trials of an H1N1 vaccine at University of Iowa Health Care, the University's medical center in Iowa City, Iowa, Aug.
  • Senate leaders announce budget agreement, hike in Pentagon spending

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    It's worth it for our country. The House passed a short-term spending bill that would fund the government for just another six weeks on Tuesday night that contained increases for the military. "I have been relentlessly pressuring Congressional leadership to make sure that West Virginia gets the funding it needs to end the opioid epidemic and invest in high-speed internet and broadband access throughout our state, and I'm glad this funding will be included in the final budget deal", he ...
  • Ayodhya: Supreme court to hear Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid conflict

    Ayodhya: Supreme court to hear Ram Janmabhoomi-Babri Masjid conflict

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    Meanwhile, there are indications that some third parties have tried to explore possibilities of an out of court settlement. Chief Justice Dipak Misra , Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice S. Additional Solicitor General Tushar Mehta, for the Uttar Pradesh government, reacting to Mr. Dhavan's words, said, "Such hyperbole should be avoided".
  • South Sudan: More than 300 child soldiers released

    South Sudan: More than 300 child soldiers released

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    More than 300 former child soldiers in South Sudan have been returned to regular society after spending time in a United Nations rehabilitation program meant to help children who were conscripted into militant groups to reintegrate. The Shearer-led United Nations mission has been leading the project to release the children for more than six months, including providing peacekeeping troops to escort religious leaders into remote bush areas to make contact and negotiate with the armed groups.
  • Positive Thinking about Aging May Protect Against Dementia, Study Finds

    Positive Thinking about Aging May Protect Against Dementia, Study Finds

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    The odd thing is though, whilst it's been widely accepted that the e4 gene puts people more at risk of developing dementia , only 47% of APOR e4 carriers actually develop it. By the age of 85 one in three individuals have dementia in Australia. "Conversely, those who have more negative age stereotypes seem to have an exacerbated response to stress", she said.
  • Stocks Swings on Experts' Crunch- Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ:CELG)

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    The stock's 50-day average volume has been 7,069,374 shares, with an average of 100% of medium term indicators pointing toward Sell. Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG ) has risen 17.00% since February 7, 2017 and is uptrending. The firm has "Underperform" rating by Macquarie Research given on Wednesday, September 9. (NASDAQ:SGYP) on Tuesday, November 21 with "Buy" rating. Oppenheimer has "Buy" rating and $14800 target.
  • Flu season now blamed for 60 deaths in Dallas County

    Flu season now blamed for 60 deaths in Dallas County

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    Scott Harris. "Older adults, individuals with chronic health conditions, pregnant women, young children and infants are more vulnerable to flu illness", said Dr. Bassett says the vaccine has been 30 percent effective in the past. "In my personal experience, there's a strong correlation to, if you suddenly feel like you got hit by a truck, you probably have the flu".
  • New York State's High School Graduation Rate Edges Past 80 Percent

    New York State's High School Graduation Rate Edges Past 80 Percent

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    And though graduation rates improved for all ethnic groups, there is still a sizable gap. High-school graduation rates in New York City and statewide continued to inch up past year, according to state data released Wednesday. High school students are also seeing unprecedented District support through Virtual Academies, the promise of a college scholarship through our Say Yes partnership, and via our eight New Innovative High Schools.
  • FDA: Kratom Compounds Contain Opioid Properties

    FDA: Kratom Compounds Contain Opioid Properties

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    All of those compounds, they discovered, shared structural similarities with opioids like derivatives of morphine. But the FDA's concerns over kratom use have grown, with the agency pointing to 44 deaths associated with the plant. Many people killed by kratom often mixed the drug with other substances , including inhaler chemicals and over-the-counter cold and flu medicine. After the FDA's November announcement, Jack Henningfield, an addiction specialist who works at the drug policy ...
  • May says she will be 'robust' in Brexit talks

    May says she will be 'robust' in Brexit talks

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    He added that if the European Union continues its posturing, "we may have to walk away" from the Brexit negotiations. Even pro-Remain MPs hit out at the proposal, with leading Labour MP Chuka Umunna claiming a transition period was beginning to look less like building a bridge and more like being made to walk the plank.
  • Maine's flu season is bad and peaking right now

    Maine's flu season is bad and peaking right now

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    This year's flu season has been driven by a strain that tends to put more people in the hospital and caused more deaths than other common flu bugs , the Associated Press reports. To minimize your risk of catching or transmitting the flu, first know that it is not too late to get vaccinated. The situation in some cities was said to resemble an outbreak of bubonic plague.
  • AbbVie Inc (ABBV) Position Reduced by Chatham Capital Group Inc

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    Investors who are keeping close eye on the stock of The Southern Company ( NYSE :SO) established that the company was able to keep return on investment at 0.69 in the trailing twelve month while Reuters data showed that industry's average stands at 5.41 and sector's optimum level is 4.23.
  • Alabama sues maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma

    Alabama sues maker of OxyContin, Purdue Pharma

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    The announcement states Alabama seeks monetary damages as well as injunctive relief. The state is seeking to hold Purdue Pharma financially accountable for an addiction epidemic. Purdue denied the allegations, saying that while it was concerned by the growing opioid epidemic, it is working to be "part of the solution". Although our products account for approximately 2 percent of the total opioid prescriptions, as a company, we've distributed the CDC Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for ...
  • Jacob Copeland's Mom Walks Off After He Signs With Florida

    Jacob Copeland's Mom Walks Off After He Signs With Florida

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    There were plenty of rumors on Wednesday morning that Rivals250 wide receiver Jacob Copeland might spurn the Florida Gators for another school on his list, which included Tennessee and Alabama . Given that, you might've assumed she wanted him at either of those places. "I don't know exactly why she walked out". As Copeland made his choice to play for the Gators, a look of disgust came over his mother's face, but it didn't stop there.
  • Flu-season advice by televangelist: 'Inoculate yourself with the word of God'

    Flu-season advice by televangelist: 'Inoculate yourself with the word of God'

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    The video has been making the rounds for a few days but is now in the forefront as more started to draw the connection between Copeland and the White House. "Yes, you heard it right", she continues, explaining that the flu isn't happening because "because Jesus bore ALL our sickness on the cross". CDC officials predict the number of paediatric deaths is likely to approach or exceed the 148 deaths reported during the especially severe flu season of 2014 and 2015.
  • Premier League considers introducing winter break before 2022

    Premier League considers introducing winter break before 2022

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    However, we may not be able to look forward to a holiday season packed with football for much longer, as The Times are reporting that the Premier League is moving closer towards introducing a winter break. Spain, France, Germany and Italy all now operate with the winter break system, with the Bundesliga taking the longest period of time away from the field at 22 days.
  • Study finds cancer 'vaccine' eliminated tumors in mice

    Study finds cancer 'vaccine' eliminated tumors in mice

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    This new type of therapy would allow doctors to target the tumor or tumors having adverse effects on the body, instead of causing the entire body to go through treatment and endure adverse side effects. "When we use these two agents together, we see the elimination of tumors all over the body", said Levy. The researchers said they believe the local application of very small amounts of vaccine could serve as a rapid and relatively cheap cancer therapy that is unlikely to cause the adverse ...
  • Lakers fined for violating the league's anti-tampering rule

    Lakers fined for violating the league's anti-tampering rule

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    And he's going to be like an MVP, a champion, this dude he's going to put Milwaukee on the map. The league handed down the fine for an ESPN interview in which Johnson praised the Bucks forward for his prowess, Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports reported Tuesday.
  • Pakistan demands access to Indian handlers of RAW spy Kulbushan Jadhav

    Pakistan demands access to Indian handlers of RAW spy Kulbushan Jadhav

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    Pakistan security forces arrested Kulbhushan Jadhav from Balochistan on March 3 previous year after he reportedly entered the province from Iran. On April 10, a Field General Court Martial - under the Pakistan Army Act, 1952, and Official Secrets Act, 1923 - awarded death sentence to Jadhav for espionage and sabotage.
  • Hacking suspect Lauri Love wins extradition appeal

    Hacking suspect Lauri Love wins extradition appeal

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    Love suffers from Asperger's syndrome and has also been diagnosed with depression. The ruling came down today after Love's attorneys argued that he suffered from depression and was at risk of dying by suicide if he were placed in solitary confinement in the U.S., a disciplinary tactic seen by most of the developed world as torture.
  • Delhi shocker: Congress local leader killed in road rage

    Delhi shocker: Congress local leader killed in road rage

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    Mr Khan said a case of murder has been registered and investigations are underway. Opposite to that, Victims family has blamed p the lice for not helping them, and claimed that they took Mehra to the hospital in their own vehicle. "The victim, on his way back from the marriage function, got involved in a brawl with occupants of another vehicle who were driving rashly". The bullet pierced the left side of Mehra's chest, just below the heart.
  • Kaepernick Effect?: Super Bowl 2018 Ratings Hit 10-Year Low

    Kaepernick Effect?: Super Bowl 2018 Ratings Hit 10-Year Low

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    The viewership on NBC , which is owned by Comcast Corp, ranked as the lowest for USA television's premiere event since 2009. - Sunday was a insane night at U.S. Minneapolis police said they made no major arrests related to the Super Bowl, just the "usual drunken debauchery". "We are officially on the clock for Super Bowl LIII and we couldn't be more excited for this opportunity to showcase Atlanta to the rest of world", said Daniels.
  • Pharmac to widen access to HIV drug

    Pharmac to widen access to HIV drug

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    Foundation executive director Jason Myers said the move would make an "enormous difference". As an economical alternative, many users have been forced to import generic versions of the drug from overseas pharmacies at a personal cost of around $50 per month.
  • Kristaps Porzingis Helped Off Court & Leaves Game With Apparent Knee Injury

    Kristaps Porzingis Helped Off Court & Leaves Game With Apparent Knee Injury

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    News and Notes: Porzingis (left knee injury) is undergoing further evaluation and the team will provide updates as they become available. Kristaps Porzingis' left knee is in serious doubt. His emergence into a legitimate superstar this season has been unbelievable to witness, and his team has played well enough around him to be sporadically thrilling even if the Knicks aren't likely to make it to the playoffs.
  • NYC weather: Snow, sleet, rain in forecast, NWS says

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    A Winter Weather Advisory has also been issued for the entire Tri-State starting at 7 p.m. today and lasting until 4 p.m. Wednesday . Snow has been falling for much of the afternoon in McLean County and snow plow crews are out, clearing the roads.