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3 people in CT sickened whit Salmonella Agbeni Infections after handling turtles

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Although no deaths have been recorded, at least 16 people have been hospitalized as a result of contracting the bacteria. Twelve of the sick were children ages 5 or younger. Almost half of those infected have been hospitalized, which is "a little bit higher than we typically see", says Megin Nichols , a CDC veterinarian who investigates these kind of outbreaks. Read More »

White House envoy Jared Kushner begins Mideast peace push

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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is now meeting with US President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The meeting Thursday afternoon is part of a visit to the region by the USA diplomats. In the view of Hani Masri, head of the Masarat think tank in Ramallah, Mr Kushner's talks in Arab countries were aimed at enlisting them to pressure the Palestinians to negotiate even though they are being offered no substantial ... Read More »

Johnson & Johnson hit with $417m in latest talc cancer claim

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In May, a St. Louis, Missouri, jury ordered the company to pay $110.5 million to a woman in Virginia who was diagnosed with cancer in 2012. However, Carol Goodrich, a spokesperson for Johnson & Johnson told Her.ie: " Ovarian cancer is a devastating diagnosis and we deeply sympathize with the women and families impacted by this disease". Read More »

Goodell, NFL close to contract extension through 2024

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While no terms were reported, the new deal is expected to be similar to his past deal with compensation exceeding $30 million. Goodell, who made $34.1 million in 2014, $35 million in 2013 and $44.2 million in 2012, could be similarly compensated with his new deal. Read More »

White House spokesman says Obamacare payments will be made for August

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The Trump administration is giving insurance companies an extra three weeks to decide whether to offer insurance plans through the Affordable Care Act markets, and how much to charge. A federal district judge in Washington agreed a year ago. Trump could drop the appeal, which could halt the payments. The case is pending before the U.S. Read More »

A 9/11 Victim Has Been Identified 16 Years After the Attacks

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The name of the deceased male is being withheld at the request of his family, said the New York City chief medical examiner's office. That means 40 percent of those who died that day have yet to have any remains identified. Most of the new testing has pointed toward already-identified victims of the terror attacks. Forensic experts have said over the years that more identifications are expected as DNA technology evolves, although the pace has been slow. Read More »

Florida reports first sexually transmitted Zika infection of 2017

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While Zika cases in Florida have declined compared with previous year, the state has reported 118 cases in 2017, including 90 travel-related cases. In late 2015, the Caribbean confirmed its first case of the Zika virus , followed by a dramatic increase in 2016. The researchers swabbed the tonsils of five monkeys with saliva and swabbed the tonsils of three monkeys with a concentrated high dose of Zika virus in solution. Read More »

Type 2 diabetes: Drinking alcohol regularly could REDUCE risk of disease

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Women drinking beer in moderation had the same risk as women not drinking , while men drinking six glass of beer a week were 21 percent less likely to develop diabetes . Tolstrup noted the potential protective effect of alcohol seemed to be limited to beer and wine . The timing of those drinks also mattered. As for spirits, the researchers found no association with diabetes risk in men-but women who had at least seven hard-liquor drinks per week had an 83% increased risk of ... Read More »

At least 20 Yemeni civilians killed in airstrike, UN says

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Yemen has been suffering a civil war for about two and a half years, since Houthi rebels supported by forces of former president Ali Abdullah Saleh ousted the UN-backed transitional government led by fleeing President Abd-Rabbo Mansour Hadi and occupied the capital Sanaa in September 2014. Read More »

American doctor to travel to United Kingdom in Charlie Gard case

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The 11-month-old boy suffers from mitochondrial depletion syndrome, a rare genetic disease that has left him brain-damaged and unable to breathe unaided. Charlie's parents, Chris Gard and Connie Yates, want to send their son to the US for treatment of a rare genetic disorder that causes muscle deterioration and brain damage. Read More »

This computer font could bring down Pakistan's Government

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It said the ruling PML-N party may urge Sharif to stay on in office and Sharif may be tempted to do so, "but the toll on democracy would be too great". The daughter of Pakistan's prime minister Nawaz Sharif is embroiled in a corruption scandal, the outcome of which could rest on the date a Microsoft typeface was released. Read More »

Drake Brings On Conor McGregor And Floyd Mayweather At Raucous Roadshow

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The bout will be a 12-round boxing match with 3-minute rounds. A stoic Floyd Mayweather did not look perturbed and said,"I still got it. Twenty-one is the number". "The reality is you see what some athletes - whether combat sports or otherwise - the need to invent enemies and invent opponents to motivate". McGregor asked. Read More »

U.S. has apologised for Taiwan name gaffe: China

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Of course, Xi is, in fact, the President of the People's Republic of China , while the Republic of China is what the government of Taiwan calls itself - a rather important distinction that generally U.S. Its "One China" policy requires other countries to avoid formal diplomatic recognition of Taiwan, most recently leading Panama, one of Taiwan's few remaining allies, to cut ties with Taipei last month. Read More »

Legislative Hearing Set for Tenth Day of 'Summer of Hell' Repairs

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Another way they can cope is by sharing their grief and horror stories on social media, and that they did. Even so, Amtrak reported most of its trains ran on time or close to it, and travelers heeded the increased public service announcements and Amtrak representatives who were posted in Penn Station. Read More »

Panama probe: JIT finds disparities in Sharif family income

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The Members of his family and last month Sharif, personally appeared before a Supreme Court , which appointed a team to investigate the family's offshore companies. "Our legal team is reviewing the report and will submit its arguments in the apex court". Qatari Prince Hamad Bin Jassim bin Jaber al Thani is the prime defence of PM Nawaz Sharif in the case as the Prince has supported the Sharifs money trail through two separate letters. Read More »

Raptors, Pacers agree to Cory Joseph sign-and

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National Basketball Association teams are maneuvering to get the necessary cap room to sign the players they have made verbal agreements with. TSN Raptors reporter Josh Lewenberg points out that using this method will allow Toronto to stretch out Hamilton's $3 million salary for the upcoming season over the next three years, paying him $1 million annually. Read More »

Munna Michael's new song 'Swag' released!

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We wonder what Tiger has to say in his defence. Going by the new song from Munna Michael, titled Swag , we are pleasantly surprised that Nawaz , who was till yesterday like one of us who could only dance to naagin tunes or in a wedding, is now grooving to some badass western tunes. Read More »

Besiktas sign ex-Real Madrid defender Pepe on free transfer

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He then went through a full medical before giving an interview to BJK TV, the official TV station of the Istanbul-based club. Liverpool legend Dietmar Hamann had urged the Reds to sign Pepe after Real Madrid released him. The central defender was also a part of the team as they beat France 1-0 to win the Euro 2016 previous year, for which he was named "Man of the Match". Read More »

Vatican hospital offers to care for Charlie Gard and it's told 'no'

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Now, the date Charlie's life support will be switched off appears to be up in the air, as the hospital is allowing the parents to spend more time with their child. But they have reached the very end of their legal battle after the European Court of Human Rights backed British doctors who said it would be kinder to let their son die. Read More »

Indian woman attacked with acid for the fifth time

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After the knife attack in 2012, she had again been allegedly attacked with acid in 2013, police officials said. The attacker fled the scene "after being splashed with acid", explained to the AFP Vivek Tripathi, the chief of the local police. Read More »