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Woodward also fell a bit flat with his two performances, "Flat On The Roof" by Underwood and "Still I Rise" by Yolanda Adams. While the judges - Katy Perry , Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan - were able to weight in on the contestants performances, the elimination was completely decided by the public! Woodard, like the other contestants, was required to sing another (non-Underwood) song in the second half of the show.
  • Wisconsin's Steve Stricker in contention at Players Championship

    Wisconsin's Steve Stricker in contention at Players Championship

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    Webb Simpson led by five shots entering the third round of the PGA Tour's The Players Championship 2018 today (Saturday, May 12) in Florida. "It was just fantastic", said Spieth , who played with McIlroy and Thomas. "But it was just a fun day". Stricker said Mickelson's youthful exuberance for the game has motivated him. "I like playing both places", Stricker said.
  • MA day care center closes after child diagnosed with typhoid fever

    MA day care center closes after child diagnosed with typhoid fever

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    Students and staff who shared a classroom with the child are being tested for potential exposure. Children at the day care center range from young infants to 5 year olds. Caused by the bacteria Salmonella Tyhpi, typhoid is a potentially life-threatening illness that only lives in humans. Typhoid is a unsafe disease for children that can lead to alarmingly high fevers and, sometimes, death happened and this fever is highly contagious .
  • Army Surgeons Grow Ear in Soldier's Arm

    Army Surgeons Grow Ear in Soldier's Arm

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    According to an ABC News report, the surgery should ideally allow for the formation of new blood vessels in the cartilage, which means all sensations and feelings will return to the ear upon complete rehabilitation. "Then I remember people walking up to us, asking if we were okay and then I blacked out". However, the resounding success of Burrage's surgery means that U.S.
  • NJ Dept. of Health issues measles warning

    NJ Dept. of Health issues measles warning

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    New Jersey health officials are urging those who have not been vaccinated to do so immediately. The person was on a tour bus traveling from Niagara Falls, New York , to Washington, D.C. There have been 440 laboratory-confirmed cases of measles in England so far this year, a figure already higher than 2017, when there were 267 confirmed cases.
  • Final donation for man whose blood helped save 2.4 million babies

    Final donation for man whose blood helped save 2.4 million babies

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    The occasion marked the end of a monumental chapter. Jemma Falkenmire at the Australian Red Cross Blood Donor Service said "very few people have the these antibodies in such strong concentrations". It prevents women with rhesus-negative blood from developing RhD antibodies during pregnancy. More than three million does of Anti-D have been issued to Australian mothers with negative blood types since 1967.
  • JOHESU orders members in states, LGs to join strike

    JOHESU orders members in states, LGs to join strike

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    JOHESU members are five registered associations including the Senior Staff Association of Universities, Teaching Hospitals, Research Institutes and Associated Institutes (SSAUTHRIA), Nigerian Association of Nigerian Nurses and Midwives (NANNM), the Non Academic Staff Unions (NASU), Medical and Health Workers Union (NHWU) and the Nigerian Union of Allied Health Workers (NUAHP).
  • Science Hill climbs US News and Report rankings

    Science Hill climbs US News and Report rankings

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    An annual review of public high schools across the country listed Advanced Technologies Academy and West Career and Technical Academy as the top high schools in Nevada. Westview High School is ranked No. 69 in California schools and 425 nationwide, according to the report. It earned a silver award, with a graduation rate of 97 percent and a college readiness score of 49.3.
  • 1 ranking,7-5 6-3 faces crush by Thiem

    1 ranking,7-5 6-3 faces crush by Thiem

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    Coincidentally, it was Thiem who last beat Nadal on clay, at last year's Rome Masters, shortly before the Spaniard rampaged to a 10th French Open title without dropping a set. It's great to play here for me. But that incredible run was ended as the 31-year-old surrendered the opener and Thiem delivered a nerveless second-set showing to triumph in style.
  • Bank unions give call for 2-day strike

    Bank unions give call for 2-day strike

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    The strike has been announced against "a meagre" 2 per cent hike offered by the management body, Indian Banks' Association ( IBA ). However, the bank unions clearly rejected the IBA offer. The development, confirmed by IANS , was to enforce early wage revision demand. It was made effective from November 1, 2012. AIBOC Joint General Secretary Ravinder Gupta also questioned the rationale of this "meagre" hike.
  • New Ocean Resort Casino Sets Opening Date

    New Ocean Resort Casino Sets Opening Date

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    Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is the latest addition to the gaming and hospitality portfolio of Florida-based operator Hard Rock International . Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is one step closer to opening in June after the hotel and casino was approved for its casino license by the Casino Control Commission on Wednesday afternoon.
  • It's National Nurses Week, Thank a West Michigan Nurse Today!

    It's National Nurses Week, Thank a West Michigan Nurse Today!

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    From there, she said, patients were starting to be admitted to hospitals more and more and the role of nurses changed. "Their diligence and efforts in providing quality care to our communities are invaluable". "They are committed, compassionate nurses who put the needs of their patients above their own daily". The American Nurses Association National Nurses Week 2018 theme is "Nurses: Inspire, Innovate, Influence", in celebration of the ways in which nursing professionals strive to provide ...
  • Former English Striker Advises Manchester United Star To Leave

    Former English Striker Advises Manchester United Star To Leave

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    After a poor performance at the weekend against Brighton where United lost 1-0, the Portuguese boss criticized Rashford and Martial for the defeat. "The last two games we have got two good clean sheets". It was the closest either side came to scoring, although the match flared up toward the end Paul Pogba's foul on West Ham skipper Mark Noble led to a fracas.
  • Sheriff: Naked man referenced bomb at Daytona Beach airport

    Sheriff: Naked man referenced bomb at Daytona Beach airport

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    A man recently caused a bomb scare at the Daytona Beach International Airport , causing the subsequent evacuation of the building after it was believed he attempted to breach security in the baggage area. "I planted a bomb in the bathroom". When Greenwood does not submit, the officer again yells: "I'm not telling you again!" then warns the suspect, "I will Tase you!" "Book me, but get me the hell out of here, please".
  • Beware of fake statements ascribed to President Buhari

    Beware of fake statements ascribed to President Buhari

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    In a statement signed by his Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu , on Monday, May 7, the president's doctor requested his presencewhen he recently had a " technical stopover " in London . This is at least the third medical trip Buhari has undertaken to the United Kingdom in 2018 alone. Since he took power in 2015, President Buhari has left the country at least four times on trips that included medical treatment in the UK.
  • Study finds smoking, alcohol are biggest threat to human welfare

    Study finds smoking, alcohol are biggest threat to human welfare

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    The report, which includes data from the World Health Organization , found that one in seven adults globally used tobacco in the 30 days the study covered. Disability-adjusted life-years is a measurement of overall disease burden, expressed as the number of years lost due to ill health, disability or early death.
  • Oral Antibiotics Possess Threat of Kidney Stones

    Oral Antibiotics Possess Threat of Kidney Stones

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    The researchers, led by the pediatrician-urologist Dr. Gregory Tazian of the Philadelphia Children's Hospital, who published the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology ( JASN ), analyzed data for almost 26,000 people with nephrolithiasis and 260,000 without kidney stones.
  • US cancer docs feel unprepared, but recommend marijuana anyway

    US cancer docs feel unprepared, but recommend marijuana anyway

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    Ilana Braun, a cancer psychiatrist at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston. "We can think of few other instances in which physicians would offer clinical advice about a topic on which they do not feel knowledgeable", Braun said. Jerry Mitchell, a medical oncologist at the Zangmeister Cancer Center in OH, stressed on the problem of "a big knowledge gap", explaining that the scarcity of randomized controlled trials can put doctors in a tough spot.
  • Nigeria says will prevent Ebola spread from DR Congo

    Nigeria says will prevent Ebola spread from DR Congo

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    The World Health Organisation said Friday it was preparing for " the worst case scenario" in a fresh outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Ebola is most feared for the internal and external bleeding it can cause in its victims owing to damage done to blood vessels. Congo reported the outbreak on Tuesday, with 32 suspected, probable or confirmed cases of the disease since April 4, including 18 deaths.
  • Kuwait, Philippines sign deal to regulate domestic labor

    Kuwait, Philippines sign deal to regulate domestic labor

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    The appointment of Mamao comes following a "breakthrough" in efforts to ease a diplomatic conflict between the Philippines and Kuwait concerning the treatment of Filipino workers by Kuwaiti employers. "I had a pull aside meeting with the member of Assad family-sila yung ruling Emir-at meron namang pinadala sa aking personal message to the President which I have relayed to the President", Roque said.
  • Children's Mental Health Awareness Day art display at Gannon University

    Children's Mental Health Awareness Day art display at Gannon University

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    Trudeau says she will continue to be an advocate on mental health because she has come back from that world where nothing makes sense and everything feels as if it's lost. "Some people are still in crisis and some are just needing a bit more help dealing with things in the aftermath of the fires". A key, he says, is collaboration with many community partners.
  • Fed Govt eyes more revenues from tax

    Fed Govt eyes more revenues from tax

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    Our aim is that no one is left at the mercy of bad tax regime. He stated, "From 1966 to date, everyone forgot about taxes; the Federal Government gives everyone an allocation". Osinbajo noted that Nigeria had experienced the Aba and Abeokuta tax riots incidentally both championed by women. "The government of President Buhari is working to change this state of affairs".
  • National Guard Helps Turn Back 450 Migrants Along US Border, Say Feds

    National Guard Helps Turn Back 450 Migrants Along US Border, Say Feds

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    While the apprehensions are a drop in the bucket compared to the numbers that Customs and Border Protection agents have churned out recently, officials told CNN that the soldiers have been a huge help since their deployment last month. The official said the DHS hoped to have the plan to send more troops to the border finalized within a matter of days. "Those folks are giving us the additional situational awareness in the radio rooms ...
  • Grandmother Arrested For Slapping Her Granddaughter With A Slipper

    Grandmother Arrested For Slapping Her Granddaughter With A Slipper

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    The slipper-wielding grandmom took matters into her own hands and reportedly hauled off and slapped Williams in the face with the slipper. Reynolds said she told Williams to get out, but Williams said she wasn't leaving. Apparently, there are "strict domestic violence laws" that prohibits hitting of any kind-and obviously without consideration of a 95-year-old woman who was just trying to help her grandchild become a contributing member of society.
  • Israeli Netta Barzilai to Sing in Finals of Eurovision Contest

    Israeli Netta Barzilai to Sing in Finals of Eurovision Contest

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    With her powerful voice and attention-grabbing clothes, Israeli singer Netta Barzilai has become the voice of the #MeToo movement at Saturday's Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon. It is the first time in Eurovision history that a same-sex couple have been featured on stage during as a main act during a performance - although there have been same-sex kisses on stage on occasion in the past.
  • Investors Catching Stocks Bank of America Corporation (BAC)

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    The Weekly Volatility is 2.26% and the Monthly Volatility is 2.64%. In general, traders ca boost the responsiveness of a moving average by decreasing the period and smooth out movements by increasing the period. Investors sentiment increased to 1.19 in 2017 Q4. This represents a $0.48 dividend on an annualized basis and a dividend yield of 1.56%. It is positive, as 66 investors sold BAC shares while 561 reduced holdings.
  • Adeyeye Dumps PDP After Losing Ekiti Guber Primary

    Adeyeye Dumps PDP After Losing Ekiti Guber Primary

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    The excited crowd prayed vehemently against the opposition party and asked God to give PDP victory over other political parties. Adeyeye, who said everything was against him in the primary, praised his supporters for defying the odds and intimidations to deliver 771 votes for him when Fayose, who he said had been frightening people away from him, though he could not score more than 100 votes.
  • Army Doctors Give Soldier New Ear By Growing It In Her Arm

    Army Doctors Give Soldier New Ear By Growing It In Her Arm

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    Surgeons this week announced that the new ear has been successfully reattached to Pvt. Shamika Burrage's auto two years ago, it skidded 700 feet and flipped several times before she was thrown from the vehicle. The cousin was unharmed, only suffering minor injuries. Pvt. "I just remember the first flip and that was it". The transplant was conducted at William Beaumont Army Medical Center (WBAMC).
  • Romaine lettuce E. Coli outbreak infects two Saskatchewan residents

    Romaine lettuce E. Coli outbreak infects two Saskatchewan residents

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    Florida, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Texas have been added to the list of states affected by the contaminated lettuce, which already included 25 other states. The agency says if it is determined that contaminated romaine lettuce is in the Canadian market, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency will recall the product as required.
  • Pollen tsunami caught on video

    Pollen tsunami caught on video

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    But if you think it is bad here in OH, wait until you see this video posted on Facebook by Jennifer Henderson of New Jersey. The above clip has now gone viral, with more than 4.7 million views. A man digging up a tree unleashed a sweeping pollen storm into the air on Monday. Researchers estimate that pollen counts of all varieties will double by 2040 in some parts of the country, Vox said .
  • Dramatic video shows girl jumping from moving vehicle during carjacking

    Dramatic video shows girl jumping from moving vehicle during carjacking

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    Aurora Police Department officials said a man's SUV was carjacked May 4 at a gas station while his 11-year-old daughter sat inside. Police said in a Facebook post the man was the girl's father, and he was attempting to stop the theft. Pulley was charged with three felonies: aggravated vehicular hijacking, aggravated unlawful possession of a stolen motor vehicle and fleeing and eluding police.
  • Ebola Outbreak: Immigration Services Imposes Airport Screenings

    Ebola Outbreak: Immigration Services Imposes Airport Screenings

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    The government of the DRC has since declared a new outbreak of the Ebola virus disease, the country's ninth Ebola outbreak since the discovery of the virus in the country in 1976. "Not only that, we will be screening incoming passengers, particularly passengers from DRC and neighbouring countries. We will also ensure we step up all activities, screening people coming in, so that we will not be caught unawares", he said.
  • CDC Apologizes for Ruining Muffins

    CDC Apologizes for Ruining Muffins

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    But the CDC's tick-laden muffin presented an entirely distinct problem for Twitter users, left to forever associate the delicious dots on poppyseed muffins with disease-ridden ticks. It seems that the goal of the CDC's tweet was to raise awareness of tick season and the dangers of tick bites. It was meant to raise awareness about just how small they are and to educate people on prevention.
  • GSEB HSC Class 12 Science 2018 results declared, Girls outperform boys

    GSEB HSC Class 12 Science 2018 results declared, Girls outperform boys

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    While speaking to India.com, GSHSEB chairman A J Shah confirmed the same and said that the only the Class 12 Science exam results will be declared on May 10 at the official website. Due to heavy traffic, the official website of the board crashed for a while and is still recovering to become live. Enter your seat number at the required field.
  • Is the 'deodorant challenge' the latest risky teen craze? - FOX10 News

    Is the 'deodorant challenge' the latest risky teen craze? - FOX10 News

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    She wrote: "I seldom rarely do this, but on this occasion, I would like this post spread wide and far". Doctors have warned that, even when it doesn't cause painful burns, the game can result in permanent scarring. Ellie, said the game has been played in both her schools. Almost three weeks later, the girl's injuries are still seeping and could require a skin graft.
  • Delhi police parade 'space suit' scammers after NASA claims exposed

    Delhi police parade 'space suit' scammers after NASA claims exposed

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    The duo is said to have shown a copper plate to the businessman, identified as Narender, and told him that the "rice puller" could be sold to NASA for about Rs 37,500 crore. The testing of the RP was scheduled in Hapur but could not happen as the accused persons made an excuse that the place was not conducive and after that the said testing was delayed by them on one or another pretext.
  • Justice J Chelameswar Declines To Attend His Own Farewell

    Justice J Chelameswar Declines To Attend His Own Farewell

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    The farewell function is organised shortly after, in the evening, on the Supreme Court lawns. He refused to attend the Collegium meetings on this count. They want the CJI to clarify the matter to the government. Justice Chelameswar had told senior advocate Kapil Sibal, representing the petitioners, to return on Tuesday at 10.30am.