• Flu infecting more young people this season: doctor
Flu infecting more young people this season: doctor

According to the latest estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , this season's flu vaccine is 36 percent effective overall against influenza and 25 percent effective against the predominant strain (H3) causing most of the infections in MS and the United States .

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  • 'Rough' flu season winding down, but it's not completely over
'Rough' flu season winding down, but it's not completely over

Overall, "Influenza A" cases have dominated the flu season up until this point, the CDC noted. "However, because of the severity of this season, there have been questions raised about how well this year's flu vaccine worked", the FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb said in a news release.

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  • Scientists Have Discovered a New Organ in the Human Body
Scientists Have Discovered a New Organ in the Human Body

For a long time, doctors thought the layers of cells under the skin and lining some organs were just dense collections of connective tissue. The team found that the removal of fluid as slides are created causes the connective protein meshwork surrounding the once-filled compartments to pancake, like a crushed soda can.

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  • Nevest Coleman, White Sox Groundskeeper, Wrongfully Imprisoned
Nevest Coleman, White Sox Groundskeeper, Wrongfully Imprisoned

Coleman initially confessed to killing the 20-year-old woman, who was discovered in the basement of a home on Chicago's South Side where Coleman lived, but he later recanted. "A lot of times, you get people who get jobs, you go to work, you be like, 'I don't want to go.' Here, I loved it". "I wanted to come back here cause like I said, everybody ...

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  • Kidde recalls 500000 potentially-defective smoke alarms
Kidde recalls 500000 potentially-defective smoke alarms

The recall is due to a yellow cap left on during the manufacturing process can cover one of the two smoke sensors and compromise the smoke alarm's ability to detect smoke, posing a risk of consumers not being alerted to a fire in their home.

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  • MCC responds to Australia ball tampering admission Published: 26 March 2018
MCC responds to Australia ball tampering admission Published: 26 March 2018

Even so‚ Du Plessis insisted Smith's crime‚ which was to be involved in a plan for Cameron Bancroft to scuff up the ball using sticking tape loaded with sand from the pitch‚ was worse. Set an unlikely 430 to win, Australia were bowled out for a paltry 107 with fast-bowler Morne Morkel taking 5-23. Smith's admission of premeditated ball-tamperin...

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  • Mountain lion spotted in backyards of east LA homes
Mountain lion spotted in backyards of east LA homes

He urged residents to stay indoors amid efforts to corral the cougar, noting that officers have gone door-to-door to spread the word in the affected neighborhood. "We just had a kind of staring contest and I didn't want to take off and have it chase me". Deborah Moore, 65, was among the first locals to see it.

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  • Autistic children, younger siblings less likely to be fully vaccinated, report says
Autistic children, younger siblings less likely to be fully vaccinated, report says

Study Limitations: The authors can not attribute all of the undervaccination findings for the younger siblings of children with ASD to the ASD diagnosis of the older sibling because parents may have modified the vaccine schedule for other reasons.

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  • School district provides rocks to stop shooters
School district provides rocks to stop shooters

The controversy for the Schuylkill County school district began March 15 when Helsel explained to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives Education Committee the district's use of guidance from the ALiCE Training Institute , which was implemented about two years ago.

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  • Saudis shoot down missiles fired by Houthi rebels in Yemen
Saudis shoot down missiles fired by Houthi rebels in Yemen

The pierced ceiling of a home hit by falling shrapnel from Yemeni rebel missiles that were intercepted over the Saudi capital. Debris from the missiles fell on a home in Riyadh , killing an Egyptian resident and wounding two other Egyptians, said coalition spokesman Colonel Turki al-Malki, according to SPA.

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  • Saudis intercept seven missiles fired by Houthis
Saudis intercept seven missiles fired by Houthis

The Turkish Ministry Of Foreign Affairs in a statement has condemned the attack from Yemen late Sunday. The rebel leader also cited the recent vote in the US Senate, when lawmakers rejected a bipartisan effort to end US involvement in the war.

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  • PSNI receive 31 trafficking and modern slavery cases
PSNI receive 31 trafficking and modern slavery cases

The agency believes the increase in child victims is in part due to the growth of a drug distribution model route, called " county lines ", on which city-based gangs use young people to move drugs like heroin and crack cocaine to rural and coastal areas.

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  • IPO market shakes as ICICI Securities' issue subscribed 88% on third day
IPO market shakes as ICICI Securities' issue subscribed 88% on third day

The stock decreased 2.32% or $3.91 during the last trading session, reaching $164.94. About 1.29 million shares traded. Oppenheimerfunds, Inc. owns $526.88 million in ICICI Bank Limited, which represents roughly 1.89% of the company's market cap and approximately 8.8% of the institutional ownership .

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  • Star Wars Rumor: Source Reveals New Details On The Troubled Solo Production
Star Wars Rumor: Source Reveals New Details On The Troubled Solo Production

Solo: A Star Wars Story has had a tumultuous production, with LEGO Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller helming the film before departing the project in June due to "creative differences" with Lucasfilm . "After the 25th take, the actors are looking at each other like, "This is getting weird .' [Lord and Miller] seemed a bit out ...

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  • Scott Brown testimonial to pit Celtic against Republic of Ireland XI
Scott Brown testimonial to pit Celtic against Republic of Ireland XI

Celtic will play a Republic of Ireland XI in Scott Brown's testimonial, with part of the money raised going towards Liam Miller's family. The game would also be a return to Celtic for Martin O'Neill. They will go on sale to Celtic fans on Wednesday, priced £24 and £9 (various concessions) with season ticket holders having until April 11th to p...

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  • String of Suspicious Packages Sent to Washington DC Area Military Bases
String of Suspicious Packages Sent to Washington DC Area Military Bases

Howard said in a statement to the outlet. At approximately 11 a.m., Naval Support Facility Dahlgren in King George County, Va. also received a suspicious package that was found to be safe, officials said. Another package was sent to the Central Intelligence Agency on Monday, according to a U.S. official. "We are tracking the delivery of suspici...

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  • Ryder Cup is returning to Chaska ... in 2028
Ryder Cup is returning to Chaska ... in 2028

The proclamation was made in an a social media post, with help from the Gold Medal-winning U.S. Men's Curling Team. Fasten your seatbelts - the Ryder Cup is going back to Hazeltine National. Hazeltine is also scheduled to host its third women's major championship, the KPMG Women's PGA Championship, June 18-23, 2019. Hazeltine began its tradit...

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  • PDP Begs Nigerians, 'We're Sorry For Our Past Mistakes'
PDP Begs Nigerians, 'We're Sorry For Our Past Mistakes'

He said, "The recent utterances of PDP leadership that the APC lead administration in the state was threatened and scared about the rising profile of the opposition party in the state and indeed in the country as a whole were uncalled for".

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  • Facebook Apologizes For Data Crisis With Ads
Facebook Apologizes For Data Crisis With Ads

Going by the report shared by Ars Technica , a users who was going through the data Facebook had gathered from him, found that the platform had years of contact names, telephone numbers, call lengths and text messages. He noted that Facebook was now limiting apps from getting users' data when they sign in, and it was looking into " every single a...

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  • Mohammed Shami sustains head injury in road accident
Mohammed Shami sustains head injury in road accident

On the way to Delhi Shami's vehicle hit a truck which left both the auto and truck damaged partially, But thankfully there is no serious injuries to both Shami and the truck driver, He is now in a private hospital taking treatment. The incident happened at about 5:30 am when Shami was travelling from Dehradun to Delhi. "He got stitches after gett...

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  • Thousands of Poles demonstrate against tightening abortion law
Thousands of Poles demonstrate against tightening abortion law

The pro-government state television TVP estimated the number at several thousand protesters. Last October, thousands of women wearing black took to the streets in cities across Poland demanding more liberal abortion laws and marking the original "Black Protest" of October 3, 2016 , which made worldwide headlines.

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  • Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Receives Coverage Optimism Score of 0.12
Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) Receives Coverage Optimism Score of 0.12

Suffolk Capital Management LLC now owns 207,994 shares of the iPhone maker's stock worth $29,955,000 after acquiring an additional 8,534 shares in the last quarter. Institutional investors and hedge funds have recently made changes to their positions in the stock. Presently, 0.06% shares of Apple Inc . (NASDAQ: AAPL ).

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  • Zimbabwe President ED Mnangagwa Releases Thousands From Prison
Zimbabwe President ED Mnangagwa Releases Thousands From Prison

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Thursday granted an amnesty to some 3,000 people, mostly women and youth, held in overcrowded prisons across the country. The statement also announced that prisoners on death row for more than 10 years will not face the death penalty, but will spend life in jail. The terminally ill and over-60s are also ...

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  • Rights groups fear $1bn US, Saudi arms deal will hit Yemen
Rights groups fear $1bn US, Saudi arms deal will hit Yemen

The AP notes that lawmakers will have 30 days to block the sale after the State Department approves it. This comes after Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman is on a two-week visit to the U.S., where he is scheduled to meet a variety of different American leaders and personalities.

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  • How Theresa May finally persuaded the European Union to unite against Russian Federation
How Theresa May finally persuaded the European Union to unite against Russian Federation

European Union states are now considering whether to follow Britain's lead in expelling Russian diplomats and even take other steps, with Lithuania and France among those indicating willingness to take action. The EU supported the UK PM by adopting a statement which declared that it was highly likely that Russian Federation was responsible for the ...

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