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In response, the Arizona Department of Economic Security and Phoenix police launched an investigation into the facility. It is also unclear if staff members at the Hacienda de Los Angeles facility were unaware of the pregnancy until the birth .
  • Coli outbreak is linked to 2017 leafy greens outbreak

    Coli outbreak is linked to 2017 leafy greens outbreak

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    Possibly contaminated corn is behind a slew of recalls involving prepared salads sold by major retailers including Walmart, Whole Foods and Trader Joe's. In a rare, wide-ranging alert two days before Thanksgiving on Thursday, the CDC warned American consumers romaine lettuce was unsafe to eat in any form in response to a new outbreak of illnesses caused by a particularly risky type of E coli bacteria.
  • Affordable Care Act Marketplace open enrollment begins

    Affordable Care Act Marketplace open enrollment begins

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    Many consumers aren't aware of this: about half of respondents mistakenly believed there will be a tax penalty for not having health insurance in 2019, according to a survey of more than 1,500 consumers by eHealth . Enrollment Counselors and insurance agents are available throughout the state to help with signing up for health insurance . The website's Get Covered Connector allows consumers to search for options by ZIP code to find local, free application help in English or Spanish.
  • Seventh child in Minnesota contracts paralyzing illness

    Seventh child in Minnesota contracts paralyzing illness

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    The symptoms tend to occur about a week after they had a fever and respiratory illness. "We understand that people particularly parents are concerned", Nancy Messonnier, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases , said in a here media briefing on Tuesday.
  • McConnell, GOP pushing 'mob behavior' branding of Dems

    McConnell, GOP pushing 'mob behavior' branding of Dems

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    Four in ten nationally say they don't even know how their Senators voted on the Kavanaugh appointment. Pointing to the media, Trump said he would use the original phrase, except for the media. The Republicans have been doing a disheartening victory lap following the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court . A Democratic measure aimed at eliminating short-term health care plans that don't cover pre-existing conditions failed in the Senate on Wednesday in a tied vote of ...
  • Six Minnesota children diagnosed with rare polio-like disease

    Six Minnesota children diagnosed with rare polio-like disease

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    The disease is known to hit the nervous system by traveling through the spinal cord. Griffith said the cases usually come to light when parents notice acute muscle weakness or paralysis in their child and bring them to a health provider. Still, the condition is extremely rare, with the CDC estimating that less than one in a million people in the United States will get AFM every year.
  • James Allison and Tasuku Honjo win Nobel Prize in Medicine

    James Allison and Tasuku Honjo win Nobel Prize in Medicine

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    The discovery made by the two laureates "constitutes a landmark in our fight against cancer", the committee tweeted shortly after the announcement. Up until then, the standard arsenal consisted of surgery to remove the tumor and radiation and chemotherapy to poison the cancer.
  • Waco Wavepool Closed While CDC Tests for

    Waco Wavepool Closed While CDC Tests for "Brain Eating Amoeba"

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    Fabrizio "Fab" Stabile, 29, of Ventnor, N.J., died September 21 - five days after complaining of a severe, sudden headache . Fabrizio Stabile died on Friday, September 21st, after falling ill with Naegleria Fowleri . Officials with the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention are testing the Waco surf resort's water for Naegleria fowleri , KBTX reported. The Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ) is now testing the resort for the rare amoeba, and the park has since ...
  • Inside the Booze-Soaked 1980s When Brett Kavanaugh Was in High School

    Inside the Booze-Soaked 1980s When Brett Kavanaugh Was in High School

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    A New Yorker report published Sunday detailed an allegation that Kavanaugh exposed himself to Deborah Ramirez, a Yale student, at a dorm-room party as onlookers watched during the 1983-84 school year. "So whatever, you know", Kavanaugh replied. "I believe that if they listen to this incredibly graceful, dignified woman yesterday, it's hard to not at least say open up the FBI investigation".
  • One Park, One Day, 41 Overdoses

    One Park, One Day, 41 Overdoses

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    He says one of the victims still had some of the drug, which was sent off to a lab for testing. No deaths were reported, and most people brought to hospitals have been discharged, officials said. New Haven Fire Chief John Alston said the event was largest concentration of overdose victims the department had experienced. Police arrested one local man believed to be connected to some of the overdoses, city officials said the statement .
  • U.S. woman who shot herself receives face transplant

    U.S. woman who shot herself receives face transplant

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    When her brother found her, he told the magazine: 'Her face was gone'. She also has to continue with physical and occupational therapy for the time being. "Forget the face transplant; we're talking about just being alive", one of her doctors , Brian Gastman, told National Geographic . It was paid for by the US Department of Defence through the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine.
  • West Nile virus confirmed in Virginia and Maryland

    West Nile virus confirmed in Virginia and Maryland

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    The first reported human case coincides with a large increase in West Nile-infected mosquitoes across the county, which has occurred earlier this summer compared with previous years, officials said. Since DEP first began monitoring for the virus in 2000 there have been 33 fatal cases of West Nile virus in Pennsylvania. No cases of West Nile have been reported in people yet for 2018.
  • The Danforth Shooter's High School Teacher Reveals Chilling Details About Him

    The Danforth Shooter's High School Teacher Reveals Chilling Details About Him

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    Sources also believe he had training because he was able to reload the gun while on the move. The province's Special Investigations Unit (SIU) said it is probing the circumstances surrounding his death. His neighbors and friends described him as quiet but mild-mannered and always polite. And I definitely never saw this coming. "His parents are handsome.
  • Trump adds more confusion to Obamacare

    Trump adds more confusion to Obamacare

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    That's why Obamacare included several provisions to help insurers cover the costs of the sickest patients - among them, the risk adjustment program. Block grants to the states would be based on ACA subsidies and the cost of Medicaid expansion "as of a fixed date", i.e., frozen, putting "federal spending on real budget", according to the plan.
  • You Should Stop Eating Kellogg's Honey Smacks

    You Should Stop Eating Kellogg's Honey Smacks

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    The most recent of the illnesses was reported to the CDC on July 2, 18 days after the first recall notice . It takes on average two to four weeks between when a person becomes sick and when their illness is reported. Of those victims who were interviewed about what they ate, the most cited cereal was Honey Smacks. Among 77 with available information, 30 (39%) have been hospitalized, the FDA said.
  • Nepal celebrates Yoga Day with enthusiasm

    Nepal celebrates Yoga Day with enthusiasm

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    Yoga connect people from different nations and different walks of life, it fosters a sense of harmony among fellow beings and with the rest of the universe. "Designed to help individuals build self-realisation, ease any suffering they may be experiencing and allow for a state of liberation, ( yoga ) is practised by the young and old without discriminating against gender, class or religion", UNESCO added in a tweet.
  • Video Game Addiction Receives Official Recognition From WHO

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    This doesn't mean that medical professionals are planning to take your games away or restrict their use through law. The past-time can become problematic if gamers meet three characteristics: if a person loses control over their gaming habits, if they prioritise gaming over other activities, and if they continue playing despite negative consequences on lifestyle.
  • Trump administration won't defend ACA in case brought by GOP states

    Trump administration won't defend ACA in case brought by GOP states

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    Texas and its allies have asked the court , in Texas et al. v. U.S. et al. But the lawsuit argues that since the mandate can no longer raise any revenue, the mandate itself is now unconstitutional - and so is the entire ACA. But that mandate was crucial to persuading insurers to offer plans under the ACA. In this case, California is leading a group of Democrat-led states in defending the law.
  • Sleeping In On The Weekends Can Help You Live Longer, Study Finds

    Sleeping In On The Weekends Can Help You Live Longer, Study Finds

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    Now, a new study suggests a solution: You can actually "catch up" on the health benefits of sleep you missed during the week over the weekend. "The mortality rate among participants with short sleep during weekdays, but long sleep during weekends , did not differ from the rate of the reference group", a section of the research read.
  • World Health Organization says Ebola outbreak has spread to DR Congo city

    World Health Organization says Ebola outbreak has spread to DR Congo city

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    The fresh Ebola outbreak, publicly declared on May 8 with 23 deaths so far, was first reported in a rural part of Equateur Province in the vast country's northwest but has now spread to the city of Mbandaka. But WHO advised against any restriction of travel and trade to the Democratic Republic of the Congo based on the now available information. Aid organization Doctors Without Borders said 514 people believed to have been in contact with infected people are being monitored.
  • U.S. 'looking for a deal' with China on trade -WHouse adviser

    U.S. 'looking for a deal' with China on trade -WHouse adviser

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    The president has pointed to the US trade deficit ($566 billion last year) as a sign of economic weakness caused by disastrous agreements and abusive behavior by China and other countries. "A reversal of the ZTE decision could temporarily tamp down trade tensions by allowing the Chinese to make concessions to the USA without losing face", said Eswar Prasad, a professor of trade policy at Cornell University.
  • Six in Pennsylvania sick from shell egg salmonella outbreak

    Six in Pennsylvania sick from shell egg salmonella outbreak

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    The CDC said the outbreak impacted 11 states, including 8 in NY, 5 in North Carolina, 8 in Virginia, 6 in Pennsylvania, 3 in SC and 1 case in Colorado, West Virginia, and New Jersey. In response, the government prohibited the company from selling eggs from three IN farms where the contaminated eggs originated and required expensive cleanups that threatened to put the company out of business.
  • Texas is now tied to the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak

    Texas is now tied to the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak

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    Grocers and restaurant owners are encouraged to pull all romaine lettuce from their offerings unless they know where it was grown, and that it's safe for human consumption. Consumers are being warned not to eat or buy romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, as contaminated lettuce could still be in homes, stores and restaurants.
  • Inquiry launched into 450000 missed breast cancer screenings

    Inquiry launched into 450000 missed breast cancer screenings

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    Dr Jenny Harries, PHE deputy medical director said: "On behalf of NHS Breast Screening services, we apologise to the women affected and we are writing to them to offer a catch-up screening appointment". "She was full of life, full of beans - she had two grandchildren and would do anything for them", Ms Radley said. Experts say more than 200 mammographers and at least 50 radiologists are needed urgently.
  • Local law enforcement agencies participate in National Drug Take Back

    Local law enforcement agencies participate in National Drug Take Back

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    They collected unwanted or expired medications to prevent them from being improperly discarded. Sgt. Gaston said that's what the day is all about: Safety. "I just drop everything off here, which is close to my home and then the police and the Village of Allouez takes care of it, so it's convenient". "Because we have the Red Med Box, it's more advantageous to participate".
  • Monkey can't own the copyright to its famous selfie, appeals court rules

    Monkey can't own the copyright to its famous selfie, appeals court rules

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    PETA brought a lawsuit against Slater on behalf of Naruto, claiming that his publication of the picture in a book meant that Naruto's copyright had been violated, since he and not Slater had taken the picture. However, the Ninth Circuit denied the ensuing petition to dismiss the appeals case, setting the stage for yesterday's ruling. The 9th Circuit said it would hear the case despite the settlement.
  • Saturday is Drug Take Back Day

    Saturday is Drug Take Back Day

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    To find the drop-off location on the south side of the Student Health, Wellness and Recreation Center, visit http://tinyurl.com/MTSUParkingMap . Campus officials request, if possible, people leave medicines in their original packaging. The last one for 2017 occurred on October 28, when people tossed 199 pounds of medications at the county sites - marking the second highest Cecil County collection day on record, according to Ken Collins, director of addiction services at the Cecil County ...
  • Everything You Need to Know About Record Store Day

    Everything You Need to Know About Record Store Day

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    That experience is free . A couple of guys are actually part of the Record Store Day team that works on the website and organizes the entire worldwide celebration of vinyl. DiFabio said the continued interest in the format is because of the socially inviting aspect of it, where a group of people can sit down and listen to an entire record and enjoy it.
  • Music store lovers pay homage to local record stores

    Music store lovers pay homage to local record stores

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    Last year, sales of vinyl LPs accounted for $395 million, up 10% over 2016, Recording Industry Association of America says. Be sure to get down to your local independent record store early as they'll only have a limited supply of each design! In the past five years, vinyl has made its way back to popularity, and with its newfound attention, vinyl has become mainstream again, with even big box stores like Best Buy selling records.
  • Minnesota prosecutor won't file charges in Prince's death

    Minnesota prosecutor won't file charges in Prince's death

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    Pills and other items were found in Prince's home, Paisley Park, after deputies responded to a call that he'd been found dead April 21, 2016. Dr. The bottle was found in Prince's bedroom and was photographed by police as part of the investigation into his death. But none of his inner circle was able to give investigators the insight they needed to determine where Prince got the fentanyl that killed him.
  • Sri Reddy Abuses Pawan Kalyan's Mother, Actor Takes Protest To Film Chamber

    Sri Reddy Abuses Pawan Kalyan's Mother, Actor Takes Protest To Film Chamber

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    RGV had earlier stated that it was him who influenced Sri Reddy to attack Pawan Kalyan and call him a "Ma*****od". "My question to all the media channel heads 1". "If I can not defend the honour of my mother I better die", he wrote. Giving a hard hitting reply by sharing pictures of these so called "influential" people who saw no shame in abusing his mother, Pawan Kalyan wrote, "Interesting fact, The current Dream team also has Mothers, sisters, Daughters, Daughter in laws and all ...
  • Wrestlers Mourn the Death of Bruno Sammartino

    Wrestlers Mourn the Death of Bruno Sammartino

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    He became the longest-reigning world champion, and held the belt for eight years before losing it to Ivan Koloff on January 18, 1971, ESPN says. As the man who inducted Bruno Sammartino into WWE's Hall of Fame in 2013, Arnold Schwarzenegger clearly had a close relationship with the Italian Superman.
  • Bradenton woman killed to steal her identity, police say

    Bradenton woman killed to steal her identity, police say

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    Riess remains on the run and is armed and unsafe, Marceno said. Those charges are expected to be filed within the next couple days. Officials believe she used the same gun to kill 59-year-old Pamela Hutchinson, of Bradenton, Florida. Marshals. The obituary for David Riess was published last week, and mentioned his children and grandchildren, but not wife. "That's really the only thing that could resonate with my system.it's just evil that flowed through".
  • Rob Gronkowski will not attend start of offseason program, per report

    Rob Gronkowski will not attend start of offseason program, per report

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    The 28-year-old tight end has been secretive about whether he's going to play next season, and stories about possible friction between Gronkowski and head coach Bill Belichick have only added to that uncertainty. Brady is missing due a commitment in Qatar for the charity, Best Buddies. Gronkowski's absence from the offseason program adds to his odd offseason.
  • Bowlers, AB de Villiers give RCB the ideal homecoming

    Bowlers, AB de Villiers give RCB the ideal homecoming

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    Just after that, Mandeep also got run out in the same over. But, Shreyas Gopal managed to take the big wicket of a rampaging Kohli in the 11th over to turn the match decisively in his team's favour. From there on, it was RR's game as seldom does RCB pull of stunning wins without their two mainstays. His 40-ball innings was laced with two boundaries and four sixes.
  • Alcohol limits too high

    Alcohol limits too high

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    Strikingly, the data did not show a significant difference between men and women in the amount of alcohol that can be consumed without a drop in life expectancy . Alcohol consumption was associated with a higher risk of stroke, heart failure , fatal aortic aneurysms , fatal hypertensive disease and there were no clear thresholds where drinking less did not have a benefit.
  • BJP observes fast to protest Parliament washout

    BJP observes fast to protest Parliament washout

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    While the BJP organised the fast in a bid to corner the Congress, the main opposition party took on the PM for his "silence" over the Unnao rape case and said he was "not serious" about the crimes committed against women across the country.