• Drinking red wine makes people feel 'sexy but tired'
Drinking red wine makes people feel 'sexy but tired'

A quarter of red wine drinkers report feeling sexy after a tipple, a study has found. The study of 30,000 18 to 34 year olds, from 21 different countries, who had drunk each of the specified types of alcohol within the past year, were asked to fill in a questionnaire, which examined how different types of alcohol made them feel.

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  • Risk of stillbirth 'doubled' when women sleep on back
Risk of stillbirth 'doubled' when women sleep on back

This report looked at over 1,000 pregnancies, where 735 occurred naturally, while 291 resulted in a stillbirth. "This study suggests that 3.7 percent of stillbirths after 28 weeks of pregnancy were linked with going to sleep lying on the back", the team writes in the paper .

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  • 7 out of 10 Malaysian children worry a lot about bullying
7 out of 10 Malaysian children worry a lot about bullying

Children in South Africa and the United Kingdom reported feeling most disenfranchised, with 73% and 71% respectively saying that their voices are not heard. The global survey, which asked kids about issues that were important to them, also found that 69 per cent of Kiwi kids anxious about natural disasters personally affecting them, 62 per cent abo...

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  • SS Rajamouli's next with Ram Charan and Jr NTR?
SS Rajamouli's next with Ram Charan and Jr NTR?

Tremendous responses are coming from fans and followers. But he did sign a film with producer DVV Danayya which sources say will be starting next year. Minutes after his post, he was inundated with series of negative comments and trolls. As we have media information that the stories of this film still under discussion these rumors is running Tollyw...

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  • Delhi: 5 held in shootout near Dwarka Mor metro station, arms seized
Delhi: 5 held in shootout near Dwarka Mor metro station, arms seized

Reportedly, plenty of arms and ammunition have also been recovered from the criminals. There were no reports of injury despite the shooting happening in a prime residential area, as per a statement from police officials to Hindustan Times .

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  • APGA South Africa Lauds Obiano's Conquest In Anambra Poll
APGA South Africa Lauds Obiano's Conquest In Anambra Poll

Obiano's victory was too clear to be contested or questioned and therefore advised the candidates of other political parties who took part in the election to congratulate Chief Obiano and avoid going to court to question his victory". "For the governor, I charge him to accelerate the initiatives that he has put in place in the areas of agriculture,...

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  • Study Finds That Dog Owners Live Longer
Study Finds That Dog Owners Live Longer

More than 3.4 million individuals without any prior cardiovascular disease were included in the study, which linked together seven different national data sources in Sweden, including two dog ownership registers. During the 12-year follow-up, they found that dogs may be helpful in reducing cardiovascular risk by providing a nonhuman form of social ...

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  • Former Nigerian VP Alex Ekwueme dies in London
Former Nigerian VP Alex Ekwueme dies in London

Femi Adesina, the President commiserated with the entire Oko Kingdom, the Aguata Council of Traditional Rulers, and the Ekwueme family, over the loss of the family's patriarch. He said beside Ekwueme's success in politics, he was among the leading indigenous architects, who designed the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja.

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  • QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM) Position Lessened by Fayez Sarofim & Co
QUALCOMM Incorporated (QCOM) Position Lessened by Fayez Sarofim & Co

Tortoise Mgmt Ltd Liability Company holds 105 shares. Morgan Stanley downgraded the stock to "Equal-Weight" rating in Thursday, November 10 report. South Carolina-based Ccm Advisers Ltd Liability has invested 1.79% in QUALCOMM, Inc. The firm has "Hold" rating by Bernstein given on Monday, November 13. As per Thursday, January 26, the company rating...

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  • Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (REGN) Holdings Increased by Bessemer Group Inc
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (REGN) Holdings Increased by Bessemer Group Inc

It closed at $0.0112 lastly. It is down 17.40% since November 20, 2016 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 0.70% the S&P500. Shearlink Capital Llc increased its stake in Cavium Inc (CAVM) by 47.94% based on its latest 2017Q2 regulatory filing with the SEC.

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  • Mueller asks Justice Department to hand over documents about Comey's firing
Mueller asks Justice Department to hand over documents about Comey's firing

Mueller has indicted two other Trump associates: former Trump campaign head Paul Manafort and his aide Rick Gates were collared on a dozen charges, including tax fraud and conspiracy against the United States. The records request, reportedly made within the last month, seeks records of communications between DOJ employees, but also communications b...

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  • Gov. Kay Ivey, you are Roy Moore
Gov. Kay Ivey, you are Roy Moore

Moore's campaign stated that Corfman's story was "garbage and 'the very definition of fake news" after she first spoke to The Washington Post , with the 70-year-old politician claiming he did not even know Corfman. As for how it has affected her life, Corfman says that it has taken away "a lot of the specialness of interactions with men". I have n...

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  • Philadelphia Eagles head indoors for practice to prepare for Cowboys game
Philadelphia Eagles head indoors for practice to prepare for Cowboys game

Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo threw a touchdown pass in his first series of the season. And it's worth noting that the Birds own a 5-2 mark in their last seven road games in this rivalry. As a rookie, Dak Prescott took the Cowboys from the brink of giving up to a 13-3 record . However, the Eagles own the top-ranked run defence in the NFL, so...

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  • Sun today and Friday will give way to showers
Sun today and Friday will give way to showers

The main threats are heavy rain and gusty winds! The cold air will be north from Minnesota toward the Great Lakes to ME where highs will be stuck in the 30s. Monday: Sunny, high near 50. WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and cooler. Sunday evening, clouds begin to clear out because of high pressure returning.

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  • Kern County unemployment rate declines in October
Kern County unemployment rate declines in October

The two counties both had unemployment rates of 7 percent, tying for the state's second-highest rate during the month, according to figures released Friday by the S.C. "These are definitely the lowest", Weaver said. Bamberg County's rate was 6.3 percent in September, while Orangeburg County's rate was 6.2 percent.

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  • New families celebrate National Adoption Day at Orange County Courthouse
New families celebrate National Adoption Day at Orange County Courthouse

We're seeing lots and lots of kids, younger and younger, with severe mental health issues. There is still always a need for more families to consider opening their hearts and homes to a child. For the Sherrill family, adopting Grayden - who they've had since he was 10-days-old, falls on the anniversary they adopted their eldest son two years ago.

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  • Civil Rights Leader Reveals He Is Diagnosed With Parkinson's Disease
Civil Rights Leader Reveals He Is Diagnosed With Parkinson's Disease

Civil rights leader Jesse Jackson Sr. revealed Friday that he's been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. Jackson said he first noticed the disease three years ago when he began having great difficulty performing routine tasks and little trips became more of a challenge.

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  • Doctor plans first human head transplant
Doctor plans first human head transplant

Never too far away from making headlines, the controversial neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero is back with claims that the world's first head transplant is "imminent", after Chinese scientists successfully carried out the first head transplant on a human corpse.

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  • Two Dead After Being Infected With Legionnaires' Disease, Illness Linked to Disneyland
Two Dead After Being Infected With Legionnaires' Disease, Illness Linked to Disneyland

Last week, Disneyland shut down two cooling towers that contained elevated levels of a bacteria known to cause Legionnaire's. Disneyland was informed of the Anaheim cases on October 27 and after testing found that two cooling towers had elevated levels of Legionella bacteria.

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  • FDA raises concerns about use of kratom for opioid addiction
FDA raises concerns about use of kratom for opioid addiction

But it has effects similar to opioids, such as codeine and morphine, and can lead to abuse, addiction, and death. Aside from being marketed online and in largely unregulated supplements as a concentration booster and workout enhancer, kratom is being advertised as a replacement for opioid painkillers .

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  • Chelsea's senior players felt threatened by Ruben Loftus-Cheek, claims Gareth Southgate
Chelsea's senior players felt threatened by Ruben Loftus-Cheek, claims Gareth Southgate

This prevented Chelsea from sending him on loan to gain more experience as it is the club's policy to secure a new contract before doing so. Unfortunately for him, his England debut was not almost as compelling as Loftus-Cheek's though he still worked hard and showed enough decent touches not to look totally out of place.

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  • Lebanese patriarch meets Saudi king, Hariri in Riyadh
Lebanese patriarch meets Saudi king, Hariri in Riyadh

The patriarch and the king "reviewed fraternal relations between the kingdom and Lebanon and confirmed the importance of the role of different religions and cultures in promoting tolerance, renouncing violence, extremism and terrorism", the state-run Saudi Press Agency said .

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  • Bill Gates Wants To Find A Cure For Alzheimer's
Bill Gates Wants To Find A Cure For Alzheimer's

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates has set his sights on solving a new problem: Alzheimer's disease. Although Alzheimer's now has no cure, Gates expressed hope that the course of Alzheimer's can be substantially altered if progress is made in five key areas.

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  • Sex rarely makes heart stop, study shows
Sex rarely makes heart stop, study shows

Sumeet Chugh , the lead author of the study and the associate director of the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute, said in a statement. "But mostly I feel it's reassuring data". These new data may help inform discussions between healthcare providers and patients on the safety of sexual activity . Compared with others who had sudden cardiac arrest, peop...

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  • Doctors Want The Public To Get Vaccinated For This Years Flu Season
Doctors Want The Public To Get Vaccinated For This Years Flu Season

Illustration showing the flu virus containing eight gene segments. You can have some side effects after vaccination, but this is not flu illness. Second, because flu viruses are constantly changing, vaccines are updated annually to keep up with the changing viruses.

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