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New tests suggest link between gum disease and Alzheimer's

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In the brain , this protein damage may spur the formation of tangles, they say . If a patient is identified as being in the early phase of the disease, they could be referred to a pharmacological clinical trial, make diet and lifestyle modifications and be placed on existing medications in the hope of slowing down disease progression. Read More »

Trump Uses Socialist Venezuela's Collapse To Blast Ocasio-Cortez

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Varney, who also hosts Varney & Co . on the Fox Business Network , said on his Fox Nation-exclusive "My Take" that the freshman congresswoman's "scares" won't work in garnering more support. Fears of a global recession are thick on the ground. Trump triggered the federal shutdown on December 22 after he refused to sign a stop-gap measure to keep the government running through to February because it did not include the border wall funding. Read More »

WA measles cases linked to overseas travel bug

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The Washington Department of Health tells KING-5 in Seattle that vaccination is the best way to prevent this serious and sometimes deadly disease. 2014 and 2018 were both banner years for measles in the United States: with 667 confirmed cases, and 349 cases, respectively. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC ), the virus is so contagious that if one person has it, 90 percent of the people close to that patient who have not received immunization will also ... Read More »

This Is The Diet That Will Save Our Planet, New Reports Says

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United States colleague and co-lead commissioner Dr Walter Willett , from Harvard University, said: "The world's diets must change dramatically". If we all adopted a so-called "Planetary Diet" - halving our intake of meat and doubling our intake of vegetables, nuts and pulses - fewer people would die of both starvation and diet-related heart disease, cancers, obesity and more, experts say. Read More »

EC files police complaint against man who claimed 2014 polls were rigged

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He was presented at a press conference organised by the Indian Journalists' Association (Europe). "No, we did not contact him", he said when asked about Shuja's claim. "Its members are Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, SP president Akhilesh Yadav, BSP leader Satish Mishra, and Congress leader Abhishek Manu Singhvi", she said. Read More »

Victoria Beckham feels 'left out' of Spice Girls reunion tour

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In an interview with The Guardian , she was asked about a potential cameo appearance during the tour, but she quickly shot any possibility down. In Saturday's interview, the former singer opened up about learning to raise her children - 19-year-old Brooklyn, 16-year-old Romeo, 13-year-old Cruz and 7-year-old Harper - in the spotlight. Read More »

IN flu-related deaths double in 1 week

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Although flu deaths doubled last week in IN, the numbers are still relatively low compared to what we were looking at this time past year. The percentage of respiratory specimens testing positive for influenza viruses in clinical laboratories decreased slightly. Read More »

Walmart to remain part of CVS Health network

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Investors holded 816.99 million in 2018Q2 but now own 828.14 million shares or 1.36% more. M&R Capital Management Inc. raised its holdings in shares of CVS Health by 97.5% during the third quarter. A frequently relied-upon technique for evaluating any given stock's value at a particular point is by viewing its current price in relation to its 52-week range. Read More »

Florida governor wants ban on smokeable medical pot ended

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Anyone who gets a license in Florida has to grow, process, distribute and sell medical marijuana. "This has been my fight", said Morgan, who stood next to the governor Thursday. Whether the ban is lifted will depend on the legislature's action to drop the appeal. Danielle Hartman, chief executive officer of Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services who was also in attendance, said, "Our Jewish community's relationships with our governor and legislature are absolutely integral to meeting ... Read More »

Scientists Push Mostly Vegetarian Diet to Save the Planet

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The key to both goals is a significant shift in the global diet and would mean eating about half as much sugar and red meat and twice as many vegetables, legumes, fruits and nuts, the study found. Computer models simulating the effects of the diet showed that it would prevent between 10.9 and 11.6 premature deaths a year. The study authors recommended policies improving the availability of healthy food from sustainable sources, restricting advertising of unhealthy food, and promoting ... Read More »

Man Hospitalized After Injecting Semen Into Arm To Cure Back Pain

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Reports surfaced after the 33-year-old unnamed man from Dublin was admitted to the Adelaide and Meath Hospital for treatment. His unique pain relief method was discovered after he went to doctors with severe pain in his lower back and they quizzed him on a red rash and swelling in one of his arms. Read More »

Opioid Overdoses Now Claim More U.S. Lives than Auto Accidents

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Motor vehicle accident? 1 in 103. Meanwhile, the frequency of pedestrian deaths has increased, led by a jump in fatalities in urban areas. He said data show the opposite is true. Overall, CBS reports that heart disease and cancer continue to be the leading causes of death for Americans; however, the safety council report says that falls are killing more Americans than ever before. Read More »

How Meghan's baby may change her relationship with Kate

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Mr Markle Jr told DailyMailTV: "Starting out the New Year by bringing our family closer together is definitely on the to-do list - it's very important". "I don't think she deserves it and I don't think she is doing one-third of the things she is being accused of doing". Frank Field has said 'Although there are hundreds of projects I'd like the Royal Couple to see, the groups they will be meeting next week are characteristic of so much of the good work going on in Birkenhead. Read More »

Sen. Rand Paul scheduled to have hernia surgery in Canada

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The hospital's website says: "For over 70 years, we have been the only licensed hospital in the world dedicated to repairing hernias". "This is more fake news on a story that has been terribly reported from day one - this is a private, world-renowned hospital separate from any system and people come from around the world to pay cash for their services", Cooper said in an email to the Courier Journal . Read More »

'Uri' races ahead of 'The Accidental Prime Minister' on Day 1

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The film had an occupancy report of 20-25% on the day of its release. Yesterday, we saw the release of two highly awaited films - The Accidental Prime Minister and URI: The Surgical Strike. With the upcoming Lok Sabha elections, there have been allegations that Aditya Dhar's Uri: The Surgical Strike is an attempt to influence opinions on the ruling party. Read More »

Million People Have Already Been Sick With the Flu Says CDC

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Last month, a 3-year-old Aurora girl died from flu-related complications, according to Kane County officials. As the virus spreads across the state and the country, experts like Dr. "The findings support the importance of pregnant women receiving the influenza vaccine, and of prompt treatment with antiviral medications for pregnant women suspected of having influenza", said lead researcher Kim Newsome. Read More »

High-Fiber Diet Linked To Lower Risk Of Death And Chronic Diseases

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This resulted in 13 fewer deaths and six fewer cases of coronary heart disease in every 1000 people. NEW YORK, Jan 12 ― New research commissioned by the World Health Organization has found that including plenty of fibre and whole grains in the diet can help reduce the risk of chronic diseases such as coronary heart disease , stroke , type 2 diabetes and colorectal cancer . Read More »

Woman suddenly can't hear any male voices overnight

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A woman has been diagnosed with a freaky medical condition which she claims leaves her deaf to the voices of men. When she woke up, she couldn't hear her boyfriend's voice. Imagine having a legitimate reason for not hearing your partner say , "Tonight, you're on dishes". As well as struggling to hear low-frequency voices, those with the condition can find it hard to hear voices on the phone properly, as well as low noises like the hum of the fridge or thunder. Read More »

Mayor Bill de Blasio offering healthcare for all New Yorkers

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If a landlord makes a home unlivable in order to drive a tenant out, de Blasio said, the city will impose fines, or even seize buildings and turn them over to a community nonprofit. Here's what else de Blasio pledged to improve New York City at his 2019 State of the City address. The Department of Consumer Affairs will be renamed the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection to help freelancers and contract workers get paid quicker while enforcing paid-sick-leave laws and worker vacation ... Read More »

Slowing iPhone sales cause Apple suppliers to suffer

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Apple itself has affirmed that the iPhone XR is its best selling model, even though the XR was released a month after the release of the XS and XS Max . The report comes after chip suppliers Samsung Electronics and Skyworks Solutions flagged weak first-quarter chip demand for smartphones. Apple's iPhone suppliers include Taiwanese assemblers Foxconn and Pegatron who are not moving to confirm the reports. Read More »

Tim Cook teases ‘new services’ from Apple this year

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Apple CEO Tim Cook collected his biggest-ever annual bonus for fiscal 2018 after the iPhone maker posted record revenue and profit, and its market value temporarily eclipsed US$1-trillion. Cook further adds, "We are taking what has been with the institution and empowering the individual to manage their health". According to the Nikkei, the company has asked its suppliers to produce less of its iPhone XS, XS Max and XR models than originally planned. Read More »

NYC Promises 'Guaranteed' Healthcare for All Residents

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In an interview with MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, de Blasio responded to critics by saying that the city will save so much money from people not choosing to go to the emergency room and that NYC Care will be sustainable without any tax increases or a massive increase to the debt burden. Read More »

Backstage News On Chris Jericho’s Contract With AEW

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Top UK wrestler, Viper (a.k.a Piper Niven in the Mae Young Classic ), is soon to be a free agent when her World Of Sport contract comes to an end and it appears that a bidding war is set to take place for her services. The only women signed to AEW as of now are Brandi, Baker and Penelope Ford. "Jericho said: "'I'm not here for the money, I've already got the money". Read More »

Flu Season Has Kicked In… Here’s How to Protect Yourself

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Nationwide, there are more than 6,400 confirmed cases of influenza as of December 29; New Jersey reports 408 cases as of December 29. Thirteen children have died from the flu so far this season. The peak of the season is likely to be the Lunar New Year holiday, but the epidemic situation is expected to be relatively milder, CDC Deputy Director-General Philip Lo (羅一鈞) said. Read More »

New York City launches $100 million universal health insurance program

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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) announced Tuesday that the city would roll out an unprecedented initiative offering free health care to all residents - including illegal immigrants. 'This is the city paying for direct comprehensive care (not just ERs) for people who can't afford it or can't get comprehensive Medicaid - including 300,00 undocumented New Yorkers'. Read More »

Social media linked to higher risk of depression in teen girls

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Social media is also closely associated with poor sleeping habits, especially among 14-year-olds showing clinical signs of depression . "Their use of platforms like Instagram and Snapchat can also undermine children's view of themselves by making them feel inferior to the people they follow", she added. Read More »

Stocks Soar, Treasurys Plunge as Fears Subside Over Economic Growth, Fed Policy

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Traders said Powell's comments were perceived as dovish because he said the Fed had no preset path for policy and could be patient when it comes to future interest rate hikes. Meanwhile the Labor Department said US employers added 312,000 jobs last month, a far stronger result than experts had anticipated. "The strong December jobs report is a net positive for stocks because investors' biggest concern has been slowing growth". Read More »

Mediterranean Diet Named Best Diet for 2019

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The diet has always been linked to many health benefits, including lower risks of cancer and heart disease , better kidney health and a healthier gut . And no, unfortunately, there is still no magic fix for losing weight, but there are certain diets that have been shown to be more successful. The DASH diet, made up of low-sodium and healthful foods, was originally started by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) as a diet to help reduce blood pressure. Read More »