• With baby announcement, Kylie Jenner is new Instagram queen
With baby announcement, Kylie Jenner is new Instagram queen

Kylie Jenner , delivered a baby girl couple of days back has revealed the name of her daughter. Jenner and Scott, 25, were first linked last April after she split from her on-again, off-again boyfriend, rapper Tyga . The previous record holder was Beyonce , whose over-the-top pregnancy announcement on 1 February 2017 has been liked by 1...

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  • Top EU court to rule on post-Brexit citizenship issues for Brits
Top EU court to rule on post-Brexit citizenship issues for Brits

On Wednesday, she told this website, "The EU is clearly expecting Britain to be a passive rule-taker during any transition period". The European Union unveiled plans on February 7 to curb to Britain's access to the bloc's single market if it breaks the rules of the post-Brexit transition period, in what critics dismissed as "silly threats".

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  • Two Additional Flu Deaths Reported in Denton County
Two Additional Flu Deaths Reported in Denton County

The H3N2 has been the predominant flu strain this season. Someone with the flu virus can infect other people beginning one day before symptoms develop, and five to seven days after becoming sick. "The peak is at different points in different years and so this we, of course, do not know if we have hit the peak yet". Doctors in the United Kingdom c...

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  • Mahindra and Mahindra unveils 6 new electric concept vehicles and models
Mahindra and Mahindra unveils 6 new electric concept vehicles and models

The company also lifted cover on its South Korean arm SsangYong's G4 Rexton SUV, which will be launched in the Indian market later this year under the Mahindra badging. The fairing on the front is larger than usual, giving it a more touring appeal while the floor bed of the scooter has been created to give the rider a relaxed riding position.

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  • Outside interference in Maldives will complicate situation: China to India
Outside interference in Maldives will complicate situation: China to India

In the years that followed, the charismatic young president won worldwide renown as a campaigner against climate change and the rising sea levels posing an existential threat to the low-lying Indian Ocean archipelago. "We are troubled by reports that Yameen has declared a state of emergency , which gives sweeping powers to security forces to arres...

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  • 'All-out assault on democracy' in Maldives: UN Rights Chief
'All-out assault on democracy' in Maldives: UN Rights Chief

Nawaz said police had reason to believe Gayoom had bribed politicians and influenced judges in order to overthrow the government, the Maldives Independent news website reported. Nawaz, who was appointed this week after the sacking of two other commissioners, said a court administrator was also arrested for bribing the judges.

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  • Study accurately estimates prevalence of FASD in the United States
Study accurately estimates prevalence of FASD in the United States

FASD is an umbrella term for a range of health effects caused by prenatal alcohol exposure. The effects can include impaired memory, learning and behavioral problems, and deficits in executive functioning, the neurologically-based skills involving control and self-regulation, and adaptive behavior, the ability to manage and control personal actions...

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  • Constructive attitudes about growing older cut back threat of dementia
Constructive attitudes about growing older cut back threat of dementia

Researchers analysed 4,765 over-60s, who were free of dementia when they began the trial. People who don't dread the aging process are less likely to develop dementia, new research claims. This isn't the first study to link age beliefs to dementia. The researchers suggested that this was because they were also less stressed. "It could advance res...

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  • Dim lights to hamper your ability to learn
Dim lights to hamper your ability to learn

When dimLD animals were transferred to the brLD condition for 4 weeks, the hippocampal BDNF and dendritic spine density significantly increased. The rats exposed to the dim light were put in a spatial test they had practiced in which they performed very poorly.

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  • Iron Mountain Incorporated (IRM) has analyst mean rating score of 2.50
Iron Mountain Incorporated (IRM) has analyst mean rating score of 2.50

To answer this, we will compare the two companies across growth, profitability, risk, return, dividends, and valuation measures. Iron Mountain Inc (IRM) shares are now appearing on the list of stocks that have dropped over the last month.

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  • New York State high school graduation rate rises, officials say
New York State high school graduation rate rises, officials say

Mayor Bill de Blasio on Wednesday announced record-high graduation rates across New York City. The difference was about 20 percentage point. Also, a gap remained between the graduation rate of black and Hispanic students compared to their white peers.

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  • Las Vegas serial shooter randomly attacks four people, killing two
Las Vegas serial shooter randomly attacks four people, killing two

The first incident occurred on January 29 in Logandale, just after midnight in a parking lot, Capt. Robert Plummer of the LVMPD homicide division told ABC News. Las Vegas police say an officer responding to a report of a possible suicide attempt shot a man who pointed a handgun at the officer at a home on the edge of Summerlin.

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  • Diet key to blocking spread of breast cancer: Scientists
Diet key to blocking spread of breast cancer: Scientists

When the lab mice were given food rich in asparagine, the cancer cells spread more rapidly. The researchers studied triple-negative breast cancer cells, which grow and spread faster than most other types of cancer cells. Dr George Poulogiannis , Dr Michel Wagner and PhD student Marc Olivier Turgeon worked on the research that took place at the IC...

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  • Budget 2018: FM raises MSP by 1.5 times to protect farm income
Budget 2018: FM raises MSP by 1.5 times to protect farm income

Even with this yardstick, out of the 17 crops whose MSPs was announced for the 2017-18 kharif season, gross margins or returns to farmers of only three were 50 per cent more than their average weighted cost. "We consider agriculture as an enterprise and want to help farmers produce more from the same land parcel at lesser cost and simultaneousl...

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  • Drinking hot tea 'can increase risk of oesophageal cancer'
Drinking hot tea 'can increase risk of oesophageal cancer'

Researchers for the National Natural Science Foundation of China and National Key Research and Development Programme surveyed the health and habits of 456,155 people aged 30 to 79, suggesting that tea-drinking may be playing a role in the rising prevalence of oesophageal cancer in China.

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  • Screams and crying among passengers after Amtrak train crash
Screams and crying among passengers after Amtrak train crash

Sumwalt said the accident could have been avoided if a federal safety system, under consideration for years, had been in place. "PTC is created to mitigate mistakes like this", said Robert Sumwalt, the chairman of the NTSB, after the most recent crash, according to the New York Times .

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  • Flu-season advice by televangelist: 'Inoculate yourself with the word of God'
Flu-season advice by televangelist: 'Inoculate yourself with the word of God'

Do not accept it when someone threatens you "everyone gets sick with flu". Flu, I bind you off of the people in the name of Jesus. "Jesus himself gave us the flu shot, He redeemed us from the curse of flu". Oliver told viewers that Parker had not unreasonably interpreted the sermons. "Inoculate yourself with the word of God". According to the CDC, ...

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  • Two New York Lawmakers Want To Tone Down Laundry Detergent Pods
Two New York Lawmakers Want To Tone Down Laundry Detergent Pods

A group of them have introduced a bill to make them less appealing. Legislation introduced in NY state would mandate child-resistant packaging, warning labels and uniform colors for laundry detergent pods following the risky trend of people eating the toxic items.

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  • Is Herbal Supplement Kratom an Opioid? The FDA Says Yes
Is Herbal Supplement Kratom an Opioid? The FDA Says Yes

FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb reiterated that there are no FDA-approved medical uses for kratom, which is derived from a plant native to Southeast Asia. Other people who died after taking kratom tended to have mixed it with other drugs of various kinds. The model also showed that 22 of the compounds bind strongly to opioid receptors in the brain ...

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  • Alabama Files Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturer
Alabama Files Lawsuit Against Opioid Manufacturer

As per the legal suit, the drug manufacturer has been involved in deceptive marketing providing misleading information to both the patients & physicians about the uses of opioid as a powerful pain-killing drug. Marshall said he now expects his lawsuit, filed in a federal court in Alabama, will be transferred to OH to be overseen by Polster. It note...

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  • Cops realize tiger is stuffed animal after 45-minute standoff
Cops realize tiger is stuffed animal after 45-minute standoff

I was anxious it was going to eat all my cows before police managed to shoot it", Bruce the Scottish Sun . Officials with the North East Police Division shared a story with Facebook page UK Cop Humor detailing the Saturday night call-out to a farm in the northeast part of Scotland.

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  • Dow Jones suffers worst loss in six years
Dow Jones suffers worst loss in six years

The blue chip index Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.76% of its value to 25,326.93 points . Despite the turbulence, Tuesday's trading looked similar to the patterns that have shaped the market for the past year: investors bought companies that do well when economic growth is strongest.

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  • Citation impact helps China surge ahead in latest Asia rankings
Citation impact helps China surge ahead in latest Asia rankings

However, both IISc and the Indian Institute to Technology-Bombay dropped two places each to the 29th and 44th position respectively as compared to past year. It slipped up on its teaching reputation. Phil Baty, the editorial director of global rankings, said that India had improved on "12 of the 13 metrics underlying the rankings".

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  • Cancer vaccine successfully eliminates tumors in mice
Cancer vaccine successfully eliminates tumors in mice

The other has been tested for human use in several unrelated clinical trials, according to the report. The new treatment, which was directly injected into the tumor sites of 90 mice, cured 87 mice of the disease. Researchers say it is also a rapid and relatively affordable cancer therapy. Levy and his team add that the new treatment could creat...

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  • The five best ads of Super Bowl LII
The five best ads of Super Bowl LII

Last year's Super Bowl, featuring the Patriots against the Atlanta Falcons , recorded 111.3 million viewers. On the flip side from the drop in TV numbers, Nielsen also reports that Sunday's game in Minneapolis marked the largest digital audience ever, averaging 2.02 million viewers per minute.

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