• Finance Minister holds discussion with ADB to expedite projects in Sri Lanka
Finance Minister holds discussion with ADB to expedite projects in Sri Lanka

Addressing media on day one of the ADB's annual meeting in Manila , Takehiko Nakao said that although China was an important worldwide lender and borrower, its rise and that of the AIIB would not be motivating factors behind any changes in the ADB's future strategy.

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  • Failure of breast cancer screening may have shortened 270 lives in England
Failure of breast cancer screening may have shortened 270 lives in England

Breast Cancer Now said it is "beyond belief" that the "colossal systematic failure" occurred for nearly a decade. "We are deeply saddened and extremely concerned to hear that so many women have been let down by such a colossal systematic failure", said Baroness Delyth Morgan, chief executive at the charity Breast Cancer Now.

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  • Here's why some people's hair goes grey early, according to science
Here's why some people's hair goes grey early, according to science

Interferons signal to other cells to take action by turning on the expression of genes that inhibit viral replication, activate immune effector cells, and increase host defenses. A group of researchers claim they found the real reason hair turns gray as we age, and that reason could offer an explanation to vitiligo patients' skin troubles as well.

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  • A battle between Daredevils batsmen and Sunrisers bowlers
A battle between Daredevils batsmen and Sunrisers bowlers

He has been been impressive in death overs too. Amresh Khan Liam Planket and spinner Shahbaz Nadeem need to do something better. SRH are now at the top of the table with 12 points from eight games but they will be in no mood to take the sixth-placed Delhi lightly whose young batting department has rattled the opposition bowling line-up recently b...

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  • Cases of E. Coli Linked to Romaine Lettuce Reported in ND
Cases of E. Coli Linked to Romaine Lettuce Reported in ND

Unless you know specifically where your romaine lettuce was grown, CDC says to toss it just in case. North Dakota health officials say in addition to the confirmed case - a second possible case is under investigation. "The (Food and Drug Administration) has stated they can not be certain that romaine lettuce from the Yuma region is no longer in t...

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  • BJP's Karnataka MLA BN Vijay Kumar dies, Amit Shah condoles
BJP's Karnataka MLA BN Vijay Kumar dies, Amit Shah condoles

Speaking to news agency PTI , state BJP spokesperson S Prakash said that Kumar was campaigning in the Jayanagar constituency in the city when he collapsed and was taken to government-run Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology, where the doctors failed to resuscitate him.

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  • Gen Z is the loneliest generation
Gen Z is the loneliest generation

According to Cigna CEO David Cordani dealing with loneliness will help in solving other issues. The survey was conducted among 20,000 Americans. Cigna says loneliness is riskier than obesity and the effect on mortality is similar to smoking more than 15 cigarettes a day, citing a report published in 2010.

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  • CDC Warns: Insect Bite Infections Are Rapidly Increasing in US
CDC Warns: Insect Bite Infections Are Rapidly Increasing in US

Mosquito-borne illnesses spiked in 2016 with the emergence of the Zika virus , with over 47,000 cases of mosquito-borne illnesses reported that year (although many were in usa territories, the us mainland also saw a dramatic increase). "Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever you can get on occasion and that causes reddish, purplish spots on your arms or w...

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  • A diet of junk food, no fruits leads to delayed pregnancy
A diet of junk food, no fruits leads to delayed pregnancy

Professor Claire Roberts from the University's Robinson Research Institute who led the study , said in a statement: "The findings show that eating a good quality diet that includes fruit and minimizing fast food consumption improves fertility and reduces the time it takes to get pregnant".

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  • Scientists grow synthetic mouse embryos from stem cells
Scientists grow synthetic mouse embryos from stem cells

The cells were then implanted to the womb lining of live female mice where they managed to initiate pregnancy and successfully grow for a few days. This could help in studying human fertility, the BBC reports . Dr Rivron said there were no plans yet to repeat the results using human stem cells. That would require approval. A new medical breakthr...

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  • Doug Pederson Contract Option Picked Up by Eagles, Signed Through 2020
Doug Pederson Contract Option Picked Up by Eagles, Signed Through 2020

The front office has been quite active in putting together a roster that can remain on the upswing. The Eagles went 13-3 in the regular season, won the NFC East and went into the playoffs with the No. As long as the team doesn't suffer a massive drop-off, Pederson should continue to see extra years added to that contract as 2020 approaches. The...

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  • 132-pound ovarian tumour removed from 38-year-old woman
132-pound ovarian tumour removed from 38-year-old woman

The patient is now recovering well and has also returned to work as a teacher. A 25-doctor team at Danbury Hospital helped remove one of the largest ovarian tumors on record in the northeastern United States. Medical residents conducted imperative research to aid in developing the care plan. A CT scan then revealed a noncancerous tumor growing on...

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  • Buhari heads home after 'technical stopover' in London
Buhari heads home after 'technical stopover' in London

Senior Special Assistant to the president, Garba Shehu , who took the media to task on the matter in an article made available to the media in Abuja on Thursday, also condemned Muslim groups' reaction to the Trump's remarks. C". This is very normal. "In any case, they are already on their way back home", he said. The opposition party, in a state...

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  • Redskins cheerleaders served as escorts on trip
Redskins cheerleaders served as escorts on trip

The Times then purports sponsors and FedExField suite holders - mainly men - were granted "up-close access" to the photo shoots and exclusive dinner dates with nine of the ladies later that night. Dozens of current and former cheerleaders interviewed said they enjoyed performing at games and participating in charity work. "I was getting so angry t...

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  • No More Science Students!!! FG Bans codeine production, Importation, Usage
No More Science Students!!! FG Bans codeine production, Importation, Usage

However, the Federal Ministry of Health has directed the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control to ban with immediate effect further issuance of permits for the importation of codeine as active pharmaceutical ingredient for cough preparations.

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  • Red Bull Salzburg vs. Marseille live stream
Red Bull Salzburg vs. Marseille live stream

The game will be Marseille's 58th of the campaign, the most of any side in Europe, but Garcia is convinced his players are in shape to take the club through to its first European final since 2003/04. Haidara's cross was only cleared as far as Xaver Schlager on the edge of the box and although his shot was going wide, Marseille defender Sarr s...

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  • Name of Dyal Singh College remains unchanged, says its chairman
Name of Dyal Singh College remains unchanged, says its chairman

A day after minister of human resource development, Prakash Javadekar, came out strongly against attempts to rename Dyal Singh (Evening) College, the governing body (GB) chairperson claimed that they have followed all rules to change the name to Vande Mataram.

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  • One in five men over 65 take pills for having sex
One in five men over 65 take pills for having sex

A survey from Michigan University's National Poll on Healthy Aging found that most seniors are interesting in being sexually active . A whopping 84 percent of the men participating in the survey said that sex was an important part of a romantic relationship.

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  • Biohacker CEO Aaron Traywick was found dead in a flotation therapy tank
Biohacker CEO Aaron Traywick was found dead in a flotation therapy tank

The tank Traywick was found in was housed in a spa that offers meditation flotation therapy where a person lies in a shallow, sensory-free pool that is heated to their body temperature. Disagreements over the company's direction and philosophical differences over how to best distribute its creations split the small startup. "He seemingly never exha...

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  • Etrade Capital Management LLC Stake in British American Tobacco Plc (BTI) Increased
Etrade Capital Management LLC Stake in British American Tobacco Plc (BTI) Increased

About 357,183 shares traded. Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (NYSE:LH) has risen 14.17% since May 1, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 7.42% the S&P500. The stock has "Sell" rating by Societe Generale on Thursday, October 13. Comerica Bank increased its holdings in shares of British American Tobacco by 1.1% in the 1st qu...

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  • Jets' Robby Anderson has warrant lifted
Jets' Robby Anderson has warrant lifted

Attorney Ed O'Donnell told the Daily News , 'I received no notice. The sooner Anderson gets his court issues resolved, the quicker the National Football League can make a decision regarding his conduct. According to the the police report from the Broward County Sheriff's Office, Anderson 'stated that when he got out he was going to find [the off...

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  • More sauna visits tied to lower risk of stroke
More sauna visits tied to lower risk of stroke

Researchers examined data on 1,628 adults who were 63 years old on average, had no history of stroke and typically used a sauna one to three times a week. As for how saunas might afford this protection, Kunutsor explains, "Saunas appear to have a blood pressure-lowering effect, which may underlie the beneficial effect on stroke risk".

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  • E. coli cases reported in MA after outbreak linked to romaine lettuce
E. coli cases reported in MA after outbreak linked to romaine lettuce

The CDC provided no more information on the death in California. Health officials have warned consumers to avoid romaine grown in Yuma, Ariz. California has the most number of cases with 24, followed by Pennsylvania with 20 and Idaho with 11.

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  • Sickened in California by Canadian Oysters
Sickened in California by Canadian Oysters

Raw oysters can cause illness in anyone, but they are particularly unsafe for young children, older adults, pregnant women and people with compromised immune systems. Karen Smith said in a statement. Health officials say people who eat shellfish should cook them until the internal temperature reaches at least 145 degrees.

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  • AK Party nominates Erdogan for 2nd term as president
AK Party nominates Erdogan for 2nd term as president

The party collected 316.000 signatures for nominating Erdogan's candidacy. Yildirim also expressed confidence that during the presidential and parliamentary elections, the people of Turkey will support the AKP. His candidature will be formally submitted to the Supreme Election Board (YSK) on Friday by Yildirim and MHP leader Devlet Bahceli. Par...

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