• Twitterati slam Hrithik Roshan’s Fitness video
Twitterati slam Hrithik Roshan’s Fitness video

Needless to say, the whole scenario is not sitting well with the social media. "This is called violation of traffic rules". This section was particularly not pleased with the actor shooting a selfie video while riding without a helmet. The 75-year-old actor took to Twitter to accept the challenge. Yes, you will be amazed to know that soon after...

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  • Treated clothes stop ticks in their tracks
Treated clothes stop ticks in their tracks

Hayden said the group discussion will be helpful in informing the researchers' efforts. The Lyme disease will induce fever, headache, fatigue, swollen lymph nodes and joint pain in the initial stage. The second stage, nymph, is about the size of a pencil tip. "On hikes, or in my vehicle glove box, I carry a fine-tipped pair of tweezers and a ...

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  • Catching up on sleep on the weekends could help you live longer
Catching up on sleep on the weekends could help you live longer

Getting nine hours of sleep during weekends will compensate for sleep deprivation during weekdays, preventing higher risk of death . Researchers have found that adults under the age of 65 who get five or fewer hours of sleep for seven days a week have a higher risk of death than those who consistently get six or seven hours' shut-eye.

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  • Nebraska Fentanyl Bust Could Have Killed 26 Million
Nebraska Fentanyl Bust Could Have Killed 26 Million

Just two milligrams of the drug, equivalent to only a couple of grains of salt, is enough to kill a person, and even exposure to the opioid is extremely risky and potentially lethal. "Out of a total of 5,152 opioid overdose deaths, nearly 3,000 tested positive for fentanyl, and over 700 tested positive for drugs that have similar chemical structure...

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  • Suspected Nipah virus in Kottayam, Kannur put on alert
Suspected Nipah virus in Kottayam, Kannur put on alert

While officials of the Health department, Animal Husbandry Department and the Forest Department arrived at Burma Papadi School and have taken samples from the dead bats for investigation, they have assured the people that there is no danger of Nipah virus spreading in the area.

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  • Two die of Ebola in DR Congo after escaping quarantine centre
Two die of Ebola in DR Congo after escaping quarantine centre

The vaccine, provided by U.S. company Merck, is still in the test stages but it was effective toward the end of the Ebola epidemic that killed more than 11,300 people in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia from 2014 to 2016. Thousands of doses of this vaccine are now being targeted at those most at risk in the DRC. Meanwhile, millions of dollars fro...

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  • Health Ministry issues advisory over Nipah virus outbreak
Health Ministry issues advisory over Nipah virus outbreak

Maybe the samples that were tested didn't have the virus present; it is a long-drawn exercise that requires further investigation. Under the terms of the $25 million agreement, Profectus will receive support to advance its Nipah virus vaccine, and Emergent will receive funding to cover technical and manufacturing support.

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  • Scientists Discover Traces Of Opioids In Seattle Mussels
Scientists Discover Traces Of Opioids In Seattle Mussels

Still, the discovery of opioid-positive shellfish in Puget Sound is a stark new milestone in the epidemic, showing that enough humans are hooked on these life-altering drugs for the trace chemicals they excrete to register in other species in our coastal waters.

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  • Cutting Out Booze And Bacon Could Help Reduce The Risk Of Cancer
Cutting Out Booze And Bacon Could Help Reduce The Risk Of Cancer

Eating primarily whole, plant-based foods can be one of the best ways to prevent cancer. The WCRF estimates that around one in six deaths each year, worldwide, are now caused by cancer. The authors conclude that: "maintaining stable weight in middle adulthood, irrespective of baseline BMI status, as well as avoiding excess body weight are both of...

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  • Lung cancer rates in young US women exceed men, despite fewer smokers
Lung cancer rates in young US women exceed men, despite fewer smokers

But this greater incidence among women puzzles researchers because, apparently, is not linked to the number of young women who smoke. American Cancer Society's CMO Otis Brawley said. Jemal et al. went on to explore these statistics further, looking at causes of lung cancer not associated with tobacco. "The historical patterns of higher incide...

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  • Smokers will quit for cash
Smokers will quit for cash

Additionally, the bill expands Massachusetts' Smoke-Free Workplace Law to include e-cigarettes and vapes, thereby ensuring that all tobacco and vapor products will be banned in establishments where the use of traditional tobacco is now prohibited.

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  • SRH vs KKR, Qualifier 2, IPL 2018
SRH vs KKR, Qualifier 2, IPL 2018

Only two matches separate the potential winners from the VIVO IPL 2018 trophy. Last but not the least, Shakib is an extremely crafty bowler, who can hold his own against most batsmen and the KKR batsman would need to be at his very best if he is to come out on top in this battle at the Eden Gardens tonight.

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  • The Carbon Dioxide Makes Plants Less Nutritious, Shows New Study
The Carbon Dioxide Makes Plants Less Nutritious, Shows New Study

In a new study released Wednesday, they reported a concern for the health of the billions of people who depend on the crop as their main source of food. But with some of the varieties of rice apparently showing little change in levels of certain nutrients, the researchers say it might be possible to find or develop types of rice that will remain nu...

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  • Nipah virus: Travellers asked to avoid 4 Kerala districts
Nipah virus: Travellers asked to avoid 4 Kerala districts

Nipah is a highly infectious virus carried by fruit bats that causes inflammation of the brain in humans. Ordinary symptoms like fever and headache followed by drowsiness, weakness, lethargy and confusion occurs. Healthcare facilities have been asked to ensure isolation facilities, ventilator support and infection control practices, and coordinat...

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  • FDA Warns Against Using OTC Benzocaine Teething Products
FDA Warns Against Using OTC Benzocaine Teething Products

Benzocaine is the active ingredient in several over-the-counter teething medications, including Anbesol, Orajel , Cepacol, Chloraseptic, Hurricaine, Orabase, and Topex. Baby teething products have been linked to a deadly condition and will be removed from shelves. Signs of methemoglobinemia include shortness of breath, fatigue, and pale, gray, or ...

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  • Sleeping in on the Weekend Could Help You Live Longer
Sleeping in on the Weekend Could Help You Live Longer

The fate of participants was followed for up to 13 years, using a national death register. Sleeping in on weekends to catch up on missed sleep over a long and tiring work week does not only feel wonderful, but it also may help you live longer.

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  • Poland hails first Polish Man International Booker victor
Poland hails first Polish Man International Booker victor

Tokarczuk will evenly split the 50,000 pound prize [66,750 USD] with her translator to English Jennifer Croft , reported The Guardian . To won this award, she beat five other finalists, including Iraqi writer Ahmed Saadawi's horror story Frankenstein in Baghdad and South Korean author Han Kang's meditative novel The White Book .

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  • North Korea blows up nuclear testing site
North Korea blows up nuclear testing site

He also said that he has spoken with Defense Secretary James Mattis and the Joint Chiefs of Staff to ensure the US military " is ready if necessary ". Kim made equally rash threats. " You talk about your nuclear capabilities, but ours are so massive and powerful that I pray to God they will never have to be used ", Trump writes.

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  • US Judge to Donald Trump: 'You Can't Block Twitter Users'
US Judge to Donald Trump: 'You Can't Block Twitter Users'

The court rejected the argument from Trump's lawyers that the president's own First Amendment rights would be abridged if he was not allowed to block users. The letter says that while Trump might have been offended by the post, and others critical of the president, the tweets are a protected form of free speech, and the users shouldn't be p...

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  • New
New "Right-to-Try" Law Challenges FDA Oversight

His major objection to the bill has nothing to do with Dodd-Frank. The bill has to pass through a series of committees before it can be taken up for a vote in the Senate . Maxine Waters, the top Democrat on the House Financial Services Committee, urged their colleagues not to vote in favor of the bill. They contend it opens taxpayers up to more ...

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  • Carson Wentz among Eagles who plan to visit White House
Carson Wentz among Eagles who plan to visit White House

Wentz threw 33 touchdowns and just seven interceptions in 13 games a year ago, going 11-2 before giving way to Foles, who led the Eagles to the Super Bowl title. None of the Eagles took that stance. "I know for me, personally, if the team decides as a whole most guys want to go or be a part of it, I will be attending with them".

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  • Reports of Activist Wael Abbas 'Arrest' Circulate Online
Reports of Activist Wael Abbas 'Arrest' Circulate Online

Abbas replied on Facebook: "The biggest official newspaper in Egypt is happy my Twitter is suspended ". Authorities have arrested a number of secular activists since President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi was re-elected to a second four-year term in March.

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  • Iran to remain in Syria as long as Damascus needs: spokesman
Iran to remain in Syria as long as Damascus needs: spokesman

Now there are forecasts of more thunder to come, this time between Iran and Israel in a conflict that would be on an entirely different scale were it to come about. For his part, Russian ex-deputy foreign minister Andrei Fedorov was more candid: "For us, the problem is a traditional one: entrance is one cent, exit is one dollar".

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  • Ryanair annual profits soar 10% despite pilot rota blunder
Ryanair annual profits soar 10% despite pilot rota blunder

The rise in 2017-18 profit was driven by a 9 percent growth in passenger numbers - despite Ryanair grounding 25 of its 400 aircraft from November - as well a cutting its costs, including fuel, by 1 percent year-on-year. Ryanair Chief Executive Michael O'Leary speaks during a news conference on the signing of the agreement between Ukraine's ...

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  • Funeral for first shooting victim held
Funeral for first shooting victim held

Trochesset said his daughter was in a classroom three doors away from where Pagourtzis was taken into custody. As she did not have family members in Texas to help organize the service, the Islamic Society for Greater Houston planned the funeral, keeping it open to the public.

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