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Describing the plight of their daughter, the parents said that the perpetrator unbuttoned the victims trousers and used a finger and a sharpened pencil to molest her. According to the woman, her daughter told her that a male classmate opened her trousers and touched her undergarments. The parents of the victim have accused the school management of negligence and have also alleged that the principal, a teacher and coordinator did not take any steps even after learning of the incident.
  • New guidelines for blood pressure impacting millions

    New guidelines for blood pressure impacting millions

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    The bottom number is the diastolic pressure, which occurs between beats when the heart is relaxed. Your blood pressure reading is made up of two numbers: the systolic pressure, or how much force the blood places on the walls of the arteries when your heart beats, and the diastolic pressure, the same force but when your heart is resting between beats.
  • GSK share price: USA regulator okays first two-drug HIV regimen

    GSK share price: USA regulator okays first two-drug HIV regimen

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    The new HIV treatment, called Juluca, is a fixed-dose once-daily tablet that combines two previously approved drugs, dolutegravir and rilpivirine, and is available to patients who have been on a stable regimen for at least six months. Serious adverse events include skin rash and allergic reactions, liver problems, and depression or mood changes. Juluca should not be given with other anti-HIV drugs and may have drug interactions with other commonly used medications.
  • 50 employees fired after refusing flu shot

    50 employees fired after refusing flu shot

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    Dr. Rajesh Prabhu, an infectious disease specialist and Essentia's chief patient safety officer, told The Star Tribune that while the vaccine is not 100 percent effective, there is a greater need to vaccinate hospital workers who interact with severely ill patients.
  • Paxton Lynch to start against Raiders

    Paxton Lynch to start against Raiders

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    The news comes just one day after the Broncos made a change at offensive coordinator, parting ways with Mike McCoy and promoting Bill Musgrave to that role. At the very least, they hope he'll do better than Siemian and Osweiler. Of the three quarterbacks, Lynch should benefit the most from the offense's simplification.
  • Breathable air a nine days' wonder in Delhi

    Breathable air a nine days' wonder in Delhi

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    However, according to SAFAR (System of Air Quality and Weather Forecasting and Research), an app instituted by the Ministry of Earth Science, the air quality levels in Delhi improved to "moderate" on Saturday morning. "More than Delhi, areas surrounding the city received drizzle". That was the reason the city enjoyed the season's best quality air over the last two days.
  • Ikea reissues dresser recall after 8th child fatality

    Ikea reissues dresser recall after 8th child fatality

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    The recall, which applies only to Ikea customers in the US and Canada, is for children's chests and drawers taller than 23.5 inches and adult chests and dressers taller than 29.5 inches. Customers can bring the products to a store, or Ikea will pick them up. It also noted that "tip-over incidents often occur when curious kids climb on furniture in an attempt to access TVs, toys, remotes or other desired items".
  • SC doesn't have drugs for December execution

    SC doesn't have drugs for December execution

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    McMaster and South Carolina Department of Corrections Director Bryan Stirling called on the General Assembly to pass a shield law that would allow companies to sell the drugs to the state confidentially in order to avoid public scrutiny. Some friends of Charlie Kubala at the Sumter County Sheriff's Office were disappointed for what they feel has been a prolonged process. Inmates can choose electrocution, although few do, and Stirling said Monday that Stone had opted for lethal injection.
  • Rita Ora's blind audition on The Voice Germany backfires

    Rita Ora's blind audition on The Voice Germany backfires

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    But when they all turned their chairs to see who that voice belonged to, none of them could believe it. It feels like Rita Ora's music career has gone from zero to one hundred, and she's won awards left, right and centre for her tunes like "Your Song" and "Body On Me".
  • Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Officials Remove Crocodile From Beach

    Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Officials Remove Crocodile From Beach

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    Police say that, while they were waiting for Florida Fish and Wildlife to arrive, the crocodile chose to move on and walked slowly back into the water. After several hours, the crocodile was eventually captured and relocated to a safer area. "It will be evaluated, tagged and released into a suitable mangrove habitat", FWC spokesman Rob Klepper said in a statement to WPLG-TV .
  • United Bank Has $2.49 Million Position in Apple Inc. (AAPL)

    United Bank Has $2.49 Million Position in Apple Inc. (AAPL)

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    After $1.04 actual earnings per share reported by CDW Corp for the previous quarter, Wall Street now forecasts -10.58% negative EPS growth. Forward Management Llc who had been investing in Ubs Group Ag for a number of months, seems to be less bullish one the $65.96B market cap company.
  • Congress amends its first list

    Congress amends its first list

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    Randeep Surjewala, Kamal Nath, Sachin Pilot, Madhusudan Mistry, Deepak Babariya, Jyotiraditya Scindia, Rajiv Shukla, Mahila Congress chief Sushmita Dev and Indian Youth Congress chief Amarinder Singh Raja have also been named in the list and are likely to campaign in Gujarat.
  • 7 out of 10 Malaysian children worry a lot about bullying

    7 out of 10 Malaysian children worry a lot about bullying

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    A separate UNICEF survey of 11,000 children in 14 countries, also released Monday, found that children were deeply concerned about global issues such as terrorism, climate change, poverty and unfair treatment of refugees and migrants. Children across all 14 countries are equally concerned about terrorism and poor education with 65 per cent of all children surveyed worrying a lot about these issues.
  • Delhi: Shootout near Dwarka metro station, 5 arrested

    Delhi: Shootout near Dwarka metro station, 5 arrested

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    No casualty was reported in the shootout. After getting the inputs police team reached the spot and started inquiries. The incident took place after the police team conducted a joint raid at Gudia Properties at Dwarka More to arrest the wanted criminals.
  • Sleeping on your back could double the risk of stillbirth

    Sleeping on your back could double the risk of stillbirth

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    Internationally, this advice has the potential to save up to 100,000 babies a year. About one in every 224 pregnancies - 11 a day - ends in stillbirth in the UK. "This research and campaign was only made possible with funding from our four charities, which are supported by parents who have experienced stillbirth".
  • Roy Moore accuser: 'I wonder how many me's he doesn't know'

    Roy Moore accuser: 'I wonder how many me's he doesn't know'

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    Senate candidate Roy Moore . The White House has said Moore should "step aside" if the allegations against him were true, although Moore has denied them. Multiple women have accused Moore of pursuing them as teenagers, including one who has detailed a sexual assault encounter in a vehicle. Trump has not addressed the allegations directed at Moore on Twitter.
  • Drunk men harass Indigo staffer, fall at her feet after police complaint

    Drunk men harass Indigo staffer, fall at her feet after police complaint

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    As one of the accused kept saying sorry, the air hostess asked him to bend down. The policeman then took the accused to the airport police outpost. The duo identified Bharat and his brother Kalyan were caught in the act can be seen arguing with the air hostess apart from passing objectionable remarks at her.
  • APGA's Candidate, Obiano Wins Anambra Governorship Election

    APGA's Candidate, Obiano Wins Anambra Governorship Election

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    Zana Akpagu, the Vice Chancellor of University of Calabar (UNICAL), had declared Governor Willie Obiano victor having polled 234,071 votes. "We appeal to other candidates and parties who participated in the election to accept its outcome as a true reflection of the will of the Anambra people".
  • Dogs may help lonely people walk off heart disease

    Dogs may help lonely people walk off heart disease

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    The method to the study? In particular, they found having a dog "improved perception of wellbeing" and lessened social isolation for single people and the elderly. Well, they for sure pick up more shit than those who don't. Whatever the cause, it's all the more reason to buy that puppy for Christmas, we say.
  • Al Porter quits Today FM after allegation

    Al Porter quits Today FM after allegation

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    A spokesperson said: " TV3 is aware of the allegations made against Al Porter". 'I have been completely taken aback by reports in the media and on the social networks over the weekend, and by the scale and tone of the vitriol. TV3 said it would not be making further comment "at this time". "We take any comments of this nature extremely seriously". Al Porter is now one of Ireland's most high-profile and in-demand presenting talents.
  • Operation against Faizabad protesters postponed for 24 hours

    Operation against Faizabad protesters postponed for 24 hours

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    As per an order of the Islamabad High Court (IHC) issued yesterday, protesters staging a sit-in at Faizabad Interchange have until 10 AM today (Saturday) to vacate the key route. He said that this task must be completed by tomorrow (Saturday). The district administration was not included in the talks between the government and the participants.
  • Fiji defeat New Zealand 4-2 in thrilling quarter-final

    Fiji defeat New Zealand 4-2 in thrilling quarter-final

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    They are playing for their worldwide careers, captain Adam Blair says. "It's a tough industry, jobs are on the line. It's important that we go out there and do everything possible, wear that jersey with pride". "We'd been really good, but then we came up against a Tongan side and we let ourselves down in that area". "They're an entertaining team without a doubt - they've got some skilled outside backs, and they've got some forwards that when they have momentum, the guys outside can feed ...
  • Three people left in vegetative state after eating suspected poisoned wild boar

    Three people left in vegetative state after eating suspected poisoned wild boar

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    Subi Babu, 32, her husband Shibu Kochummen, 35, and his mother Alekutty Daniel, 62, have not yet gained full consciousness after contracting the rare and potentially fatal bacterial illness last week. They are in a stable condition, and are all being treated in an acute ward. There is no evidence of any public health issue, Jenkin said, adding that the next update on the family would not be made until Monday, November 20, at 10am.
  • Jesse Jackson reveals he has Parkinson's disease

    Jesse Jackson reveals he has Parkinson's disease

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    It can start with tremors, and symptoms generally worsen over time. Some medications created to help increase the amount of dopamine in the brain can help with the symptoms. He also said he is writing his memoir. "I will continue to try to instil hope in the hopeless, expand our democracy to the disenfranchised and free innocent prisoners around the world", he said in the letter.
  • World's first human head transplant successfully carried out

    World's first human head transplant successfully carried out

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    Sergio Canavero says he's with the help of specialists representing the Medical University of Harbin, had a transplantation of the head on the corpse, and the living organism such intervention will be "irreversible". He is also said to have signed up his first patient, a Russian man called Valery Spiridinov, who will have his head frozen and then grafted onto a new donor body, according to his doctor.
  • Escaped psychiatric hospital patient from Hawaii due in court today

    Escaped psychiatric hospital patient from Hawaii due in court today

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    He was a free man for four nights before he was finally arrested in Stockton on Wednesday. Hawaii Department of Health Director Virginia Pressler says an internal investigation indicates employees inadvertently or intentionally neglected proper notification of supervisors and proper supervision of Saito.
  • Michael Schumacher Ferrari FI race auto sells for record-breaking £5.5 million

    Michael Schumacher Ferrari FI race auto sells for record-breaking £5.5 million

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    The chassis being auctioned, number 211, was the very auto that Schumacher won the prestigious Monaco Grand Prix in, which was one of Ferrari's nine victories in the 2001 campaign. Its $7m price tag is well over the $4m that it was expected to fetch. The German motor-racing legend ended up winning the 2001 F1 Championship, with chassis 211 playing a pivotal role in his victory.
  • Rep. Comstock Statement On The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

    Rep. Comstock Statement On The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

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    The status quo is driving businesses and jobs away and we have to modernize our tax code to meet the challenges of our innovative 21 century economy. I congratulate the House on today's vote. Key provisions in the bill include a corporate income tax rate for C-corporations of 20 percent; an income tax rate of 25 percent for passive income from "pass-through" entities, including Subchapter S banks, but with restrictions on the ability of active shareholders to claim the lower corporate rate; ...
  • Carolina officials announce 1st flu death of season

    Carolina officials announce 1st flu death of season

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    The person who died was an adult under 65, had other medical conditions that caused a higher risk of severe complications from the flu, and had not received this year's flu vaccine, according to the county's Public Health Department. With the announcement of the first flu case, comes urging from Public Health for anyone who hasn't done so already to get a flu shot soon, particularly those vulnerable to the seasonal illness.
  • Weather: Some snow then colder

    Weather: Some snow then colder

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    Scattered clearing will give way to a new wave of clouds overnight, trending back toward overcast by morning. Grab the umbrella as we have some rain out there this morning. Colder air builds in Thursday night , with rain changing to snow, first in the hilltops and then in the lower elevations. As we start off the shortened work week for most as we get closer and closer to the Thanksgiving holiday, Monday will likely be the coolest day with highs near 40 under plenty of sunshine.
  • Significant Mover of Yesterday: Emerson Electric Co. (EMR)

    Significant Mover of Yesterday: Emerson Electric Co. (EMR)

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    The company's institutional ownership is monitored at 7.6 percent. Emerson Electric Co . ( EMR ) saw 678 million in free cash flow last quarter, representing a quarterly net change in cash of -78 million. Emerson Electric's dividend payout ratio is presently 75.00%. The original version of this story can be read at https://weekherald.com/2017/11/16/emerson-electric-company-emr-posts-earnings-results.html.
  • American Cancer Society urges smokers to kick habit November 16

    American Cancer Society urges smokers to kick habit November 16

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    Red River Radio News visited a smoking cessation group counsel session held at WKHS in Shreveport recently to ask smokers to tell their story in trying to kick the smoking habit. Research shows that almost 70 percent of smokers want to quit. - 5 years after quitting: your risk of cancers of the mouth, throat, esophagus and bladder is cut in half.
  • Rose McGowan waives appearance on drug charge

    Rose McGowan waives appearance on drug charge

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    McGowan, who has made headlines recently after becoming one of the first actresses to accuse fallen movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of rape, was released on a $5,000 unsecured bond, Loudoun County Sheriff's Office spokesman Kraig Troxell told AFP.
  • Crazy Volume Spikes for: Viacom, Inc. (VIAB)

    Crazy Volume Spikes for: Viacom, Inc. (VIAB)

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    The institutional investor owned 198,102 shares of the company's stock after buying an additional 27,369 shares during the quarter. Several other hedge funds also recently added to or reduced their stakes in the business. During the same period in the previous year, the company posted $1.54 EPS. Viacom, owner of MTV, Comedy Central , and Paramount , said Thursday it expects high single-digit declines in revenue from US cable TV operators and online distributors in the first half of 2018, ...
  • Study of Amish suggests mutation linked to longer life span

    Study of Amish suggests mutation linked to longer life span

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    Researchers report they have discovered a genetic mutation in Amish families living in IN that not only protects against type 2 diabetes , but also appears to boost longevity. "This is the only kindred on the planet that has this mutation". The drug is already being tested in Japan. Northwestern University researchers have partnered with Japan's Tohoku University to develop and test an experimental drug that would inhibit the action of PAI-1, like in Amish people with the mutant gene.
  • More Cases Identified In Legionnaires' Outbreak, But There's No Ongoing Health Threat

    More Cases Identified In Legionnaires' Outbreak, But There's No Ongoing Health Threat

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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 ...
  • Jogger stabs man multiple times after he tries to grope her

    Jogger stabs man multiple times after he tries to grope her

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    Wilking also said the suspect may have some stab wounds on his "arms, chest and legs". Several players with Utah ties have played in the league, most notably former Alta High star Kealia Ohai and former BYU player Ashley Hatch, who scored seven goals in her rookie season for the North Carolina Courage.