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As the website posting states, there are intermittent supply constraints; however, product is available and Mylan is now receiving continual supply from its manufacturing partner Meridian Medical Technologies, a Pfizer company. Erin Fox, senior director of drug information at University of Utah Health, said the FDA is in a tough spot because it relies on drug companies to provide information about shortages.
  • Woman's 'Allergies' Were Actually Cerebrospinal Fluid Leak

    Woman's 'Allergies' Were Actually Cerebrospinal Fluid Leak

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    She told ABC affiliate KETV this week her nose ran "like a waterfall, continuously, and then it would run to the back of my throat". Her symptoms started a couple of years after, she said. Symptoms of CSF include a runny nose, liquid in the ear, headaches, vision loss, among others, according to the Cleveland Clinic . Each year, at least five in 100,000 people are affected by a spontaneous CSF leak worldwide, according to research cited by the CSF Leak Association .
  • Fresh Ebola outbreak hits DR Congo

    Fresh Ebola outbreak hits DR Congo

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    Jean Jack Muyembe, head of the National Institute for Biological Research in the Democratic Republic of Congo , confirmed the two cases and said 10 more were suspected. The team will also investigate how the outbreak first started, it said. Ebola is thought to be spread by fruit bats, which can host the virus without dying.
  • CDC: Insect-borne illnesses on the rise in the US

    CDC: Insect-borne illnesses on the rise in the US

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    The CDC says that diseases from insects like ticks, fleas and mosquitoes have been sharply increasing over the last decade. Director Robert Redfield, CDC director, said vector-borne diseases - such as dengue, Zika, West Nile, chikungunya, Lyme disease and plague - greatly endanger those who are bitten by a carrier.
  • Wal-mart to limit opioid prescriptions at pharmacies below epidemic

    Wal-mart to limit opioid prescriptions at pharmacies below epidemic

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    May 7, 2018-Walmart Inc. supports policies and programs aimed at helping curb opioid abuse and misuse. The initiative will start within 60 days, the company announced Monday, and comes as an increasing number of states and entities in the health-care industry have placed limits on opioid prescriptions.
  • Raila dismisses Orengo, says not running in 2022

    Raila dismisses Orengo, says not running in 2022

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    Raila later sent a conflicting statement to newsrooms through his spokesman Dennis Onyango saying that he is not interested in 2022 politics and is now determined on Building Bridges Initiative in partnership with his "brother" President Uhuru Kenyatta.
  • Korean Park Sung-hyun wins weather-shortened LPGA tournament

    Korean Park Sung-hyun wins weather-shortened LPGA tournament

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    A little later she began her second and final round. Ashok's final shot of the day was an 11-foot birdie putt after the horn had sounded to end play. Nicole Broch Larsen, a victor on the Ladies European Tour and the Symetra Tour, turned in a 67 in her first 18 of Saturday and then continued the momentum with two birdies in a clean first nine of her final round.
  • Nigeria's Buhari to visit United Kingdom doctor

    Nigeria's Buhari to visit United Kingdom doctor

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    The Presidency has said the letter by the national chairman of the People's Democratic Party, Uche Secondus, to the United Nations Secretary General accusing President Muhammadu Buhari of several allegations confirms the party as a bad loser desperate for another chance after being kicked out for failing the country.
  • Cambodia: New owner of leading newspaper fires editor, staff resign

    Cambodia: New owner of leading newspaper fires editor, staff resign

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    But journalists and media watchdogs across the region have raised doubts about the paper's future independence due to a number of concerning links between the Post's new owner and the Cambodian and Malaysian governments. Hun Sen, the world's longest serving prime minister , and his government already stand accused of a sweeping crackdown on the independent media, rights activists and opposition politicians in what appears to be an effort to cling to power in the upcoming poll.
  • Cases of E. Coli Linked to Romaine Lettuce Reported in ND

    Cases of E. Coli Linked to Romaine Lettuce Reported in ND

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    Twenty-three additional illnesses have been reported, bringing the total to 121 cases. The person was hospitalized, and a second case is under investigation. coli contamination of leafy greens. In the salads, romaine lettuce was the only common ingredient. Numerous people sickened across the country consumed chopped lettuce that had been sold in bagged form to restaurants.
  • Florida woman finds cockroach in her ear

    Florida woman finds cockroach in her ear

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    At around 1.45am on April 14, Ms Holley woke up startled. In a blog post, she said: "it felt like someone had placed a chip of ice in my left earhole - but it was something way worse". A woman was rushed to the hospital with a horrifying case of a cockroach stuck in her ear. On the same day, the ENT doctor Holley visited started out by placing a microscope next to her ear, which confirmed that "something [was still] in there".
  • Baker Avenue Asset Management LP Boosts Holdings in Celgene (CELG)

    Baker Avenue Asset Management LP Boosts Holdings in Celgene (CELG)

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    The stock decreased 1.73% or $1.5 during the last trading session, reaching $85.4. About 7.60 million shares traded or 6.16% up from the average. Architects Inc has invested 0.05% in Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ: CELG ). 9,250 shares were sold by LOUGHLIN JAMES J , worth $851,093. Three investment analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, twelve have given a hold rating, nineteen have assigned a buy rating and two have assigned a strong buy rating to the company.
  • Immune System May Turn Hair Gray as We Age

    Immune System May Turn Hair Gray as We Age

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    Upon binding to a foreign molecule, cells release signaling molecules called interferons, which prompt stimulate gene expression in other cells for increasing host defenses, turning on immune effector cells, and inhibiting viral replication.
  • Malaysia foils smuggling of 131 Sri Lankan immigrants

    Malaysia foils smuggling of 131 Sri Lankan immigrants

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    A total of 127 Sri Lankans will be charged for entering Malaysia illegally while nine Malaysians, four Indonesians and four Sri Lankans will be investigated for human smuggling, Fuzi added. Mr Lees-Galloway said lives had been put at extreme risk in the most vast and treacherous ocean in the world. "It's common knowledge that New Zealand has been mentioned as a target in the past", he said.
  • One case of measles reported in San Luis Obispo County

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    The Public Health Department says it investigates all cases of measles in the county to identify people who may have been exposed to the virus and contact those people to ensure they receive treatment if needed and try to not spread the disease further.
  • Dodgers Finish Combined No-hitter over Padres

    Dodgers Finish Combined No-hitter over Padres

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    As for Estadio Monterrey, it seems an unlikely venue for a no-hitter. Friday: In Monterrery, Mexico, Szczur went 0 for 3, striking out twice, in a 4-0 loss against the Dodgers in a game in which four Los Angeles pitchers combined to throw a no-hitter.
  • Live Nation (LYV) Upgraded to Outperform by Evercore ISI

    Live Nation (LYV) Upgraded to Outperform by Evercore ISI

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    Glob X Management Lc has 0% invested in Live Nation Entertainment, Inc . LLC now owns 4,239 shares of the company's stock worth $180,000 after purchasing an additional 1,325 shares in the last quarter. The company has a debt-to-equity ratio of 1.38, a quick ratio of 0.88 and a current ratio of 0.88. 41 Investors Sold All; 99 Reduced Holdings; 98 increased holdings while 63 funds bought holdings.
  • NHS ignored warnings on breast cancer screenings

    NHS ignored warnings on breast cancer screenings

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    Under the routine NHS breast screening programme, women aged between 50 and 70 are invited for tests every three years. Hunt apologized "wholeheartedly and unreservedly" for the suffering caused and promised there would be an independent review of the national breast screening program.
  • Georgia's Finance Minister, ADB President discuss growth of bank's portfolio

    Georgia's Finance Minister, ADB President discuss growth of bank's portfolio

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    He reaffirmed ADB's commitment to continue collaboration with SAARC for economic development and prosperity of the peoples in the region. Poverty reduction is one of the key goals of ADB, but it should not be the only one, Yu said. About $250 million is invested annually in the infrastructure of Georgia through the bank. "Therefore, probably, pursuing this idea may not be very advisable", said Garg, who is India's alternate governor on ADB's board of governors.
  • Handcuffed Man Takes Nosedive Off Balcony While Fleeing Court

    Handcuffed Man Takes Nosedive Off Balcony While Fleeing Court

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    He had been arrested last month on suspicion of weapons- and drug-related charges. At one point in the video, he abruptly gets up and runs out of the courtroom. The man remained motionless on the floor until the video clip ended. Police spokesman Matt Johnson mentioned it was unclear whether or not Rudd was attempting to injure himself however he might face extra costs for attempting to flee.
  • Many Americans are lonely, and Gen Z most of all, study finds

    Many Americans are lonely, and Gen Z most of all, study finds

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    Cigna says loneliness is riskier than obesity and the effect on mortality is similar to smoking more than 15 cigarettes a day, citing a report published in 2010. More than a quarter feel they have no one in their life that understands them, and 43 percent feel their relationships aren't meaningful. Apart from this, the studies have also shown that use of social media has a link to depression and even suicide among teenagers.
  • Poor diet delays pregnancy, curbs fertility

    Poor diet delays pregnancy, curbs fertility

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    Women who eat too much fast food and not enough fruit take significantly longer to fall pregnant. As per findings, the woman who fed more on fruit than junk food conceived earlier compared to those who ate junk food more and avoided regular fruits.
  • Eagles Pick Up Doug Pederson's Fifth-Year Option; Under Contract Through 2020

    Eagles Pick Up Doug Pederson's Fifth-Year Option; Under Contract Through 2020

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    Through his first two years with the Eagles , Pederson holds a 20-12 record including a 3-0 mark in the postseason that all came in this past playoff appearance. The team has 100/1 odds to win Super Bowl 53 at Bovada, an online sports betting website. This presumes the return to health of Aaron Rodgers (who missed most of one loss to the Vikings last season and all of the other) as well as an improved defense.
  • Buhari back after United States trip

    Buhari back after United States trip

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    The Presidency must understand that President Buhari is not a private citizen and as long as his upkeep and itinerary is sourced from our hard-earned resources, there must be full disclosure, as citizens deserve to know the objective of the visit and the cost to our nation.
  • Nigeria announces major steps to address codeine abuse

    Nigeria announces major steps to address codeine abuse

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    Saraki, disclosed this in a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Sanni Onogu, to commend the BBC Africa's "Africa Eye" documentary: "Sweet Sweet Codeine", which detailed the widespread prevalence of drug and substance abuse in Nigeria.
  • Red Bull Salzburg vs. Marseille live stream

    Red Bull Salzburg vs. Marseille live stream

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    Rudi Garcia's visitors, bidding to become the first French side to reach a European final since 2004, survived some late scares to force a further half-hour. While Salzburg coach Marco Rose can hardly suggest his side should have taken something from the game, he can certainly argue that they deserved more luck than they got in terms of the referee .
  • Won't allow renaming of Dyal Singh College: Javadekar

    Won't allow renaming of Dyal Singh College: Javadekar

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    He said that college management can find other ways of distinguishing between the morning and evening colleges and added that an inquiry would be conducted against those fiddling with the name. In November past year, a controversy had erupted after the governing body chose to rename Dyal Singh Evening college to Vande Mataram Mahavidyala as there is already Dyal Singh college which is day college and to differentiate the evening college with the morning college the council had taken this ...
  • Older Adults Agree Sex Is Important Part of Relationships

    Older Adults Agree Sex Is Important Part of Relationships

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    A whopping 84 percent of the men participating in the survey said that sex was an important part of a romantic relationship. The results of the poll, which was conducted by the University of Michigan Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation , also showed that 73 percent of over 1,000 seniors who were surveyed said that they are satisfied with their current sex life.
  • Wall Street Analyst's Guidance: British American Tobacco plc (BTI), 3M Company (MMM)

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    The Company ended its previous trading session at $195.02 with the gain of 0.32%. About 2.26 million shares traded or 0.54% up from the average. British American Tobacco p.l.c. Buffington Mohr Mcneal invested in 1.77% or 115,357 shares. It also increased its holding in Ingersoll (NYSE:IR) by 88,528 shares in the quarter, for a total of 2.14 million shares, and has risen its stake in Omnicom Group Inc (NYSE:OMC).
  • Arrest warrant for Jets WR Robby Anderson lifted

    Arrest warrant for Jets WR Robby Anderson lifted

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    O'Donnell said there will be a July 19 hearing in Broward County to determine if the case will go to trial or be dismissed. Robby received no notice. Since that date, we've never gotten any notice to be in court for this matter. Anderson initially faced nine charges in connection with the incident, including three felonies: fleeing and eluding police with lights and sirens active, threatening a public servant or family member, and speeding (third violation).
  • Frequency of Sauna Bathing Linked to Reduced Stroke Risk

    Frequency of Sauna Bathing Linked to Reduced Stroke Risk

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    The study wasn't a controlled experiment created to prove whether or how regular sauna use might help prevent strokes. It's also possible that saunas might help reduce the risk of stroke by lowering inflammation, reducing artery stiffness and resistance to blood flow through the circulatory system, Kunutsor said by email.
  • Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce turns deadly

    Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce turns deadly

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    The outbreak encompasses basically all forms of romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona growing region. . No details about the victim were immediately released except that the person was in California, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • Geologists say Puna quakes similar to events leading to 1955 eruption

    Geologists say Puna quakes similar to events leading to 1955 eruption

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    Not all intrusions lead to an outbreak but some do. "Overnight it continued to push farther to the east, and so it's still very much an ongoing situation", Babb said. Areas downrift of Puu Oo east of Highway 130 are the most likely spot for a potential outbreak to occur based on the location of the current seismic activity, according to officials and scientists keeping a close watch on the situation.
  • Deutsche Bank Analysts Give Esperion Therapeutics (ESPR) a $75.00 Price Target

    Deutsche Bank Analysts Give Esperion Therapeutics (ESPR) a $75.00 Price Target

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    ESPR outperformed the S&P 500 by 78.31%. Glenview Capital Management Llc decreased Visa Inc (V) stake by 20.99% reported in 2017Q4 SEC filing. Other institutional investors also recently bought and sold shares of the company. Visa Inc. had 130 analyst reports since July 21, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. On Wednesday, October 18 the stock rating was maintained by Cowen & Co with "Buy".
  • Health officials warn against eating raw oysters

    Health officials warn against eating raw oysters

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    About 100 people have reported suffering when they eat raw British Columbian oysters which are sold by restaurants and retailers all over the state, according to the California Department of Health, April 27. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a warning Wednesday urging people not to consume raw oysters. If you do eat shellfish, cook it until it reaches an internal temperature of at least 145°F.
  • Ecstasy may relieve the agony of PTSD

    Ecstasy may relieve the agony of PTSD

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    Food and Drug Administration is now weighing whether to approve MDMA as a treatment for PTSD. When tried with 26 veterans and first responders with PTSD, it helped many of them, investigators found. Participants reported some side effects, such as headache, fatigue, and muscle tension. Side effects were seen regardless of dose. Although the results look promising, it's important to remember the limitations of the study.
  • Prime Minister urges people of Turkey to unite around ruling party

    Prime Minister urges people of Turkey to unite around ruling party

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    This decision was announced by prime minister Binali Yildirim during the meeting of the faction. A formal announcement by the CHP on its candidate is expected on Friday morning. Party - another party set to compete at the elections - declared its Chairman Temel Karamollaoglu as their presidential candidate. Erdogan surprised many last month when he announced that the polls, which will transform the country's political system, would instead be held on June 24.