• CHAN: Eagles seek historic final ticket in Sudan showdown
CHAN: Eagles seek historic final ticket in Sudan showdown

Qualifying for the final will be a historic feat for the Nigerian team, as it will be the first time since the tournament's inception. "Reaching the final alone will mean history for this team". "We are hoping for a victory against Sudan to reach the final". He scored a fine goal against Angola and I like his attitude. "What I am today as a for...

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  • FDA cracks down on abuse of anti-diarrhea medication
FDA cracks down on abuse of anti-diarrhea medication

The maximum approved daily dose for adults is 8 mg per day for OTC use and 16 mg per day for prescription use. The medication is safe to take at approved doses but can lead to severe heart rhythm problems and death if taken at much higher doses than recommended.

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  • Million Prescription Painkillers Sent To West Virginia Town With Population Of 2900
Million Prescription Painkillers Sent To West Virginia Town With Population Of 2900

From 2006 to 2016, drug wholesalers Miami-Luken and H.D. Smith shipped 10.6 million oxycodone pills and 10.2 million hydrocodone pills to Hurley Drug and Tug Valley Pharmacy in Williamson town in Mingo County, West Virginia. And distributor H.D. Smith, the committee said, provided the pharmacies with almost 5 million pills between 2007 and 2008. ...

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  • SC governor declares Super Bowl Sunday 'Stand for the Flag' day
SC governor declares Super Bowl Sunday 'Stand for the Flag' day

Bank Stadium in Minneapolis with the Philadelphia Eagles facing off against the New England Patriots. McMaster called on SC residents to stand for the anthem during the Super Bowl to "honor the service and sacrifice of generations of men and women of the United States Armed Forces" because of the Star Spangled Banner's lyrics, "celebrating the Am...

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  • Train carrying congressional Republicans to GOP retreat hits truck in Virginia
Train carrying congressional Republicans to GOP retreat hits truck in Virginia

Right now Dr. Marshall is helping people who are injured. Follow the Bangor Daily News on Facebook for the latest ME news. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi , a California Democrat, said she is "Praying that all are well both on the train and off".

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  • American Dream to the fore in Trump address
American Dream to the fore in Trump address

They might leave a mark. "We need a president who will not only call for more bipartisanship, but shows he's willing to work in a bipartisan way". Trump's speech covered these themes: American auto industry expansion, manufacturing jobs, tax cuts, presciption drugs and immigration , but it was his mention of Obamacare that first caused an upro...

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  • House of Reps probe on suspended SEC DG, Gwarzo begins
House of Reps probe on suspended SEC DG, Gwarzo begins

The Panel, in the report which has been submitted to the Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, directed Gwarzo to refund N104,851,154.94, being the severance package he approved for himself and received. Head of Media Division of SEC, Mr Abdulsalam Naif-Habu and Head, Legal Department, Mr Anastasia Braimoh, were suspended along with Gwarzo. But he d...

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  • Soy most nutritional plant-based milk, study says
Soy most nutritional plant-based milk, study says

These days, there are so many options staring back at you from the supermarket shelves - almond, hazelnut, coconut, rice, oat, and the OG - soy. McGill University researchers declared cow's milk to be the most nutritious milk overall, because of its unbeatable combo of fat, carbohydrates and protein, and its other health benefits .

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  • Researchers urge compulsory folic acid in flour
Researchers urge compulsory folic acid in flour

An upper daily limit for consumption of the vitamin should be abandoned because it was based on a "ridiculously elementary" mistake in a 20-year-old study, the scientists say. Co-writer of the new report, Professor Joan Morris from the Wolfson Institute of Preventive Medicine at Queen Mary, says at least 3,000 neural tube defects could have been ...

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  • Black school tennis star says white participant was racist
Black school tennis star says white participant was racist

A college tennis player was indefinitely suspended on Monday after the university found out he racially abused his on-court opponent. The report indicates N.C. On Tuesday, the university suspended tennis coach Bob Lake for four matches in light of the incident. The athletics program suspended Spencer indefinitely! The school is said to be looki...

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  • Flu death count climbs to 94, including 2 children
Flu death count climbs to 94, including 2 children

While the agency officials note that flu activity has begun to decline in some parts of the country, it remains high for most of the country and is still on the rise in some places. But as the season hasn't peaked yet, if you suspect infection don't go in public unless fever-free for 24 hours. The rapid response flu test involves swabbing the b...

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  • Two more flu-related deaths reported in Tulare County
Two more flu-related deaths reported in Tulare County

The area has been hit hard by the virus, with Dallas County's Health and Human Services department recently announcing 6 new flu deaths there, bringing the county's total to 49 flu deaths this season. If you have not gotten a flu shot yet, do not wait any longer! The predominant strain of flu circulating in Georgia and around the country is ...

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  • Is disrupted sleep an early sign of Alzheimer's disease?
Is disrupted sleep an early sign of Alzheimer's disease?

For some time, it has been understood that patients with Alzheimer's disease also suffer from broken sleep and disrupted circadian rhythms . The researchers say participants who experienced short spurts of activity and sleep over a 24 hour period were more likely to have amyloid plaque build-up in their brains.

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  • Medical admission scam: Allahabad judge SN Shukla to be impeached
Medical admission scam: Allahabad judge SN Shukla to be impeached

In November a year ago, complaints of corruption against justice Shukla were received by Chief Justice of India Dipak Misra , who then set up an in-house inquiry committee to probe the allegations. The inquiry committee has found Justice Shukla guilty of impropriety and has asked for his removal from office. Complaints of corruption were made ag...

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  • 'Brain pacemaker' hope for Alzheimer's sufferers
'Brain pacemaker' hope for Alzheimer's sufferers

Each patient showed improvement during the Ohio State University of Deep Brain Stimulation on dementia. After two years of DBS, Moore could assemble ingredients and cook her own meals. "We don't have a lot to treat with problem solving, making the right decision, using good judgment, you know, planning skills", Dr. Scharre explained.

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  • 3 killed, 2 hurt when helicopter crashes into SoCal home
3 killed, 2 hurt when helicopter crashes into SoCal home

The Federal Aviation Administration says the helicopter had taken off from John Wayne Airport, which is about a mile from the crash site. Fire Chief Chip Duncan confirmed the deaths and injuries, but could not say how numerous dead were aboard the aircraft.

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  • Another Chicago-area school closes due to flu
Another Chicago-area school closes due to flu

The flu is widespread throughout the country and there are 39 states the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says have especially high activity. "I know that this may be an inconvenience, but this year's flu is extremely contagious and unsafe", Ganan wrote in a letter to parents on the school website.

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  • Scientists found a way to transform astronaut feces into edible 'microbial goo'
Scientists found a way to transform astronaut feces into edible 'microbial goo'

Taking food up to space is costly, and growing food in orbit is hard and time-consuming, which is why scientists are looking at the possibility of converting astronaut poop back into something edible. "We used materials from the commercial aquarium industry but adapted them for methane production", says House . "On the surface of the material ...

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  • De Villiers ruled out of first 3 ODIs vs India
De Villiers ruled out of first 3 ODIs vs India

De Villiers has played 225 ODIs for South Africa and has scored 9,515 runs at 54.06, which includes 25 hundreds and 53 fifties. Rohit also downplayed India's poor record in ODIs at Durban , saying: "I don't think these things matter because so many things change".

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  • Alabama officials looking into deaths during raging flu season
Alabama officials looking into deaths during raging flu season

Last week the number of deaths was at 12. The latest weekly figures do show a slight decrease in new cases compared to the previous week, but Commissioner of Public Health, Dr. Even healthy people can develop complications, which include pneumonia, serious illness requiring hospitalization and even death. Pregnant women, people with diabetes, ast...

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  • Overuse of Antibiotics is Creating Resistance — WHO Report
Overuse of Antibiotics is Creating Resistance — WHO Report

Among the most common bugs that defeat antibiotics, it said, are e.coli that leads to intestinal problems, and staphylococcus aureus , also known as golden staph, which causes nasal and skin infections. Furthermore, the tally does not include tuberculosis infection resistance cases, the World Health Organization said in its first report on the p...

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  • Usain Bolt joins All White Jeremy Brockie at football practice
Usain Bolt joins All White Jeremy Brockie at football practice

The All Whites striker, who joined South Africa's Premier Soccer League leaders Mamelodi Sundowns in the January transfer window, got the shock of his life when the world's fastest man, Usain Bolt , joined in the team's training session on Monday (Tuesday NZT).

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  • Smith forecasts Proteas barrage for Aussie batsmen
Smith forecasts Proteas barrage for Aussie batsmen

Smith's side will be aiming to maintain their dominant record in the rainbow nation when they arrive on February 15 for a four-Test series. Indian vice-captain Rohit Sharma and South Africans Quinton de Kock, Faf du Plessis and Hashim Amla are also in the top ten, while India's MS Dhoni and Shikhar Dhawan are at 13 and 14 on the list.

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  • Couple contracts hookworms during vacation to Dominican Republic
Couple contracts hookworms during vacation to Dominican Republic

At first the pair assumed it must be sand fleas, which they had been warned about. Zytner said their symptoms have improved significantly since they began treatment last week. "Also, to top it off health Canada denied our request to receive the medicine ( ivermectin ) we needed to treat our infection and were forced to get medicine from the state...

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  • Indrajit wants CBI probe; sister says SIT doing well
Indrajit wants CBI probe; sister says SIT doing well

Indrajit arranged a programme on Gauri's birth anniversary at Chamarajapet, while the Trust had organised an event at Town Hall, attended by the likes of Prakash Rai, Teesta Setalvad, Jignesh Mevani, Kanhaiya, Richa, Shehla Rashid, Irom Sharmila and others.

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