• World Health Organization pushes ban of margarine by 2023
World Health Organization pushes ban of margarine by 2023

The United Nations agency has in the past pushed to exterminate infectious diseases, but now it's aiming to erase a hazard linked to chronic illness. Officials think it can be done in five years because the work is well underway in many countries.

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  • WOW launches London-Delhi flight via Iceland
WOW launches London-Delhi flight via Iceland

Skuli Morgensen, founder and CEO of WOW Air said: 'I am thrilled to broaden WOW air's offerings and bring low fare worldwide flight service to India. To purchase a flight or for more information on WOW air, please visit www.wowair.us. WOW air offers the lowest fares, a modern fleet with the lowest emissions and the biggest smile; this is the WOW ...

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  • In the American woods, found the two-headed deer
In the American woods, found the two-headed deer

Conjoined twin fawns have also been found before but they were still in utero and were stillborn. A white-tailed female deer gave birth to baby twins in May 2016 that happens nearly like every day in the US after giving birth, the mother started to clean her babies but to her surprise, they didn't respond.

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  • Jamshedpur boy crowned second national topper in ISC exam
Jamshedpur boy crowned second national topper in ISC exam

Bhubaneswar: ICSE Class 10 , ISC Class 12 results declared. In ISC (Class XII), seven students, including two from Mumbai secured first rank in the country by scoring 99.50%. "My liking for the subjects helped me score good marks", she said. It's always my dream to pursue the honours course at Delhi University. Said Utpat, "I got to know my ...

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  • New Haven Board of Education votes to close 3 public schools
New Haven Board of Education votes to close 3 public schools

Voters will decide on the district's proposed $15,347,877 spending plan for the 2018-19 school year as well as the election of two members to the Board of Education , one vacancy is for a three-year term commencing July 1, 2018 and concluding June 30, 2021, and one vacancy is for a two-year term commencing July 1, 2018 and concluding June 30, 2020...

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  • Health officials say record number of Californians diagnosed with STDs a year ago
Health officials say record number of Californians diagnosed with STDs a year ago

Over the last five years, STD rates jumped 45% in California, which is an increase not seen in almost three decades. See the CDPH's breakdown of the data here . Different stages of syphilis (primary, secondary, latent, and tertiary) have different symptoms, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) states.

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  • UCLA biologists 'transfer' a memory
UCLA biologists 'transfer' a memory

Then, 24 hours later, the researchers repeated the process. The researchers noted the snails given the shocks displayed a defensive contraction that lasted an average of 50 seconds (known as sensitization) while those that were not given the shocks contracted for only about one second.

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  • Sharif's statement about Mumbai attack was 'misreported': Pak PM
Sharif's statement about Mumbai attack was 'misreported': Pak PM

A meeting of the National Security Committee (NSC) has been scheduled on the army's "suggestion" to discuss the "recent misleading media statement regarding Mumbai incident", said Director General of Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor.

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  • United Kingdom scientists may have cured the common cold
United Kingdom scientists may have cured the common cold

Previous attempts to create drugs that target human cells rather than the virus have proven to be failures, while also showing themselves to be toxic. The signals govern the assembly of the virus. A team of researchers at Imperial College London has developed a novel molecule that can block the development of multiple strains of the common cold...

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  • Japan trying to arrange Abe-Trump talks before US-North Korea summit
Japan trying to arrange Abe-Trump talks before US-North Korea summit

Kim declared his nuclear forced as complete in December, following the country's most powerful nuclear test to date in September and also three flight tests of intercontinental ballistic missiles created to reach the US mainland. So far, the North Korean regime has made vague pledges to "denuclearize" but has not spelled out what that means, when i...

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  • Stars out for big night at the Baftas
Stars out for big night at the Baftas

Comedian and presenter Sue Perkins hosted the event and poked fun at The Crown's gender pay dispute. "I just want to say thank you for recognising how selfless that is and how courageous that is". It was not a successful night for diverse nominees. The Handmaid's Tale was the victor in the category of global series. Toby Jones (" Detect...

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  • Sound The Alarm: Dayton Red Cross installs smoke alarms for free
Sound The Alarm: Dayton Red Cross installs smoke alarms for free

More than 1.2 million free smoke alarms have since been installed, including more than 12.000 in Maine. It takes an average of two minutes to escape a house fire. "You hear me say it hundred times, again and again, smoke alarms save lives", NOFD Superintendent Tim McConnell said. "We'll come out, assess your home, see how many you need".

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  • Cardi B Drops Off Social Media Following Beef with Azealia Banks
Cardi B Drops Off Social Media Following Beef with Azealia Banks

Banks fans have since been sharing what appears to be a screengrab of Banks' reply in the comments. This shit getting real bad everyday on social media all you see is USA calling each other FAT, UGLY , BIG NOSE, DUMB, HOES, BLACK (as if that's an insult).

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  • 'F**k the NRA' Democratic candidate Pat Davis declares in new campaign ad
'F**k the NRA' Democratic candidate Pat Davis declares in new campaign ad

The NRA's Jennifer Baker declined to give any response to the ad, saying, "We would hate to dignify this with a response because it's just crass language and a desperate attempt to get attention". On Saturday, Davis brushed off criticism that his ad was inappropriate or that it contributed to the coarsening of public political discourse. Haaland ...

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  • Search is on for a missing Roanoke teen
Search is on for a missing Roanoke teen

She has red hair and hazel eyes. Police believe she is in danger, and may be with 18-year-old Camron Gil Williams. Police say Davis was last seen around 6 p.m. He has short black hair and brown eyes. However, it's unknown if that's the vehicle they're traveling in. At this point in the investigation, we will not be releasing the exact locatio...

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  • NIA court convicts 18 of organising SIMI camp in Kerala's Wagamon
NIA court convicts 18 of organising SIMI camp in Kerala's Wagamon

Investigations have revealed that the participants were imparted training, in handling arms, manufacture of petrol bombs, motorbike racing and rope climbing. Sources in the NIA said the agency was satisfied about the court's verdict. Four Keralites, including two brothers, Shimli and Shibli (both engineering graduates), are among the convicted.

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  • Rates of Major Depression Up Among US Insured, Esp. Youth
Rates of Major Depression Up Among US Insured, Esp. Youth

According to the recent report from the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association that analysed about 41 million American insurers, the depression rate has risen by 33% in the past five years from 2013 to2017. "Even if they're having a great time, even if they're being super appropriate on their phone, if the phone is getting in the way of sleep they need...

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  • Food Makers Vow to Cut Trans Fats Globally
Food Makers Vow to Cut Trans Fats Globally

That's why the W.H.O. also has long urged countries to issue nutritional guidelines that advise people to avoid trans fats. "Why should our children have such an unsafe ingredient in their foods?" asked WHO Director-General Dr. Enforce compliance of policies and regulations. The WHO drew attention to Denmark , the first country to mandate re...

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  • School mental health referrals rise in the north of England
School mental health referrals rise in the north of England

And mental health conditions such as work-related stress, depression or anxiety accounted for 15.8 million sick days past year, according to Office for National Statistics (ONS) data. The survey - commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation - also found that more than a third of people (35 percent) had experienced suicidal thoughts or feeling ...

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  • World Health Organization gets approval to use Ebola vaccine in DRC
World Health Organization gets approval to use Ebola vaccine in DRC

The declaration followed laboratory results that confirmed two cases of the disease. "We have been briefed about current situations and World Health Organization and partners are committed to continuing swift actions to beat Ebola , " Ghebreyesus said.

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  • Salmonella Outbreak that Prompted Massive Egg Recall Affects NY and PA
Salmonella Outbreak that Prompted Massive Egg Recall Affects NY and PA

The outbreak has sickened 12 more people in recent weeks, bringing the total to 35 victims in nine states , according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The egg business is so interconnected that in mid-April, Cal-Maine was forced to issue its own recall for 280,800 eggs because they'd been "purchased from Rose Acre Farms a...

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  • IndiGo staffer makes hoax call about bomb in Mumbai flight, arrested
IndiGo staffer makes hoax call about bomb in Mumbai flight, arrested

Later, a few Mumbai bound flights which were scheduled to take off from IGI Airport were physically checked after which the call was declared as fake, the report claimed. "So he made a bomb threat call at the IndiGo airline office at cargo complex of terminal 3 of IGIA", said Sanjay Bhatia, DCP, IGIA. "The phone's SIM card has been seized from him"...

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  • Arizona Softball staying home for regionals
Arizona Softball staying home for regionals

In the Columbia Regional USC hosts UNCG, Liberty and Hofstra. Alabama will contend with Oregon State, Wisconsin and Middle Tennessee State. Sunday night the Gamecocks learned they will host a Regional as the 9 seed. The Arizona Wildcats (40-14) are seeded 14th and hosting a regional in Tucson. The victor of the two regionals will face off in a ...

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  • APC congress: Parallel congresses hold in Ondo
APC congress: Parallel congresses hold in Ondo

Names of the suspects were given as: Ikpamezie Innocent, 39; principal suspect and Special Adviser on a electoral matters to Hope Uzodinma; Lawrence Archibong, 34, Kelechi Affonne, 27 and Joseph Martins, 28. The All Progressives Congress (APC ) has postponed tomorrow's (Saturday 12th May, 2018) Local Government Areas Congress in Imo State pendin...

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  • Delhi witnesses trees uprooted, slower traffic amid huge thunderstorm-rain
Delhi witnesses trees uprooted, slower traffic amid huge thunderstorm-rain

Thousands of commuters were stuck on the winding and busy Blue Line, which links Dwarka in west Delhi to Noida and Vaishali in Uttar Pradesh , for more than 45 minutes. In its forecast, the department said rain and thunderstorm are very likely at a few places over western Uttar Pradesh and at many places over eastern parts of the state.

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