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West Ham United vs Tottenham Hotspur 09/22/2017 EPL Preview and Prediction

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West Ham's form this season has improved in recent weeks, with the Hammers now sitting on a three-match unbeaten run, scoring five goals at home in the process. Bobby Zamora thought he'd won it late on, only for Dimitar Berbatov and Paul Stalteri to hand the Lilywhites the three points. However, some of the problems remain despite the arrival of the prolific striker. Read More »

'Super malaria' strains resistant to drugs spreading in South Asia

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Map showing the spread of "super malaria". "It is alarming that this strain is spreading so quickly through the whole region and we fear it can spread further [and eventually] jump to Africa". The frightening potential now exists for malaria to be completely untreatable with current medicines. In a letter published Thursday in the Lancet Infectious Diseases journal , scientists said the spread of the superbug's resistance is the greatest threat to the control and elimination of the ... Read More »

VA Changes How Local Veterans Get Free Flu Shots

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Also, if veterans have received their flu vaccine somewhere other than the VA, they need to let their health care team know for documentation in their Computerized Patient Record System. Vaccination during pregnancy is the most effective way to protect newborns because the flu vaccine is not approved for use in infants younger than 6 months. Read More »

Who is Asima Chatterjee, today's Google Doodle

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Professor Asisth De, writing on Chatterjee , called her "one of the best known Indian natural products chemists of the last century". She carried on her research and did some internationally recognised work in the area of "vinca alkaloids" now widely used in chemotherapy to slow down the multiplication rate of cancer cells. Read More »

Rohingya Muslims can be misled, exploited to destabilise region: Bangladesh envoy

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Police vehicles and a crowd of people are seen near the jetty where a Red Cross boat loaded with humanitarian aid docked, in Sittwe, western Myanmar, on Wednesday. They have always been ostracised in Myanmar, where they are considered illegal immigrants and face severe restrictions. The exodus followed a military crackdown in response to coordinated attacks by Rohingya militants on security forces. Read More »

GQG Partners LLC Buys 672858 Shares of The Charles Schwab Corporation (SCHW)

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It has outperformed by 169.62% the S&P500. The ratio is positive, as 398 hedge funds increased or started new holdings, while 306 cut down and sold their holdings in Schwab Charles Corp. Nomura Hldgs reported 1.57M shares or 0.16% of all its holdings. Provise Management Grp Llc stated it has 0.14% in Charles Schwab Corp (NYSE: SCHW ). Read More »

First West Nile virus case confirmed

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The Kent County Health Department is tracking five separate cases of West Nile Virus. West Nile virus is transmitted by mosquito bite when mosquitoes feed on infected birds and then infect humans and other animals. There is no specific treatment; patients are treated with supportive therapy as needed. While most people sickened by West Nile virus do not develop any symptoms, health officials say about 20 percent suffer mild illness with fever and about 1 in 150 people become severely ill. Read More »

Rain brings relief from heat, traffic snarl in Delhi

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This fresh spell of rains can be attributed to the well-marked low pressure area prevailing over North Madhya Pradesh and adjoining areas. The maximum temperature was yesterday recorded at 35.8 degrees, one notch above normal, while the minimum settled at 24.8 degrees, normal for the season. Read More »

3.3 magnitude natural disaster strikes southwest of Ferndale

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Pressfield said there was a discrepancy in different scientific networks' reading of the data from the natural disaster, which resulted in a mistaken reporting of two quakes. This article will be updated as information warrants, and follow KPIX 5 on Twitter at @CBSSF or KCBS Radio on Twitter at @KCBSNews for updates on breaking news anytime. Read More »

Triple-action antibody to be tested as HIV vaccine

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The antibody attacks three critical parts of the virus so that it is hard for HIV to resist the effects, the BBC reports . The companies are now planning to start clinical trials, using the antibody on people with and without HIV. The work included scientists at Harvard Medical School, The Scripps Research Institute, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Professor Linda-Gail Bekker, president of the International AIDS Society , told BBC News that the study was "an exciting ... Read More »

States are obliged to compensate victims of cow vigilantism, says Supreme Court

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Targets are often picked simply based on rumours and some have been attacked for even transporting cows for milk. Under the Code of Criminal Procedure, the state is under obligation to have a scheme for victim compensation it added. The court was informed that only five states had filed status reports and others had not filed affidavits. It asked the Chief Secretaries of the remaining 22 states to file compliance reports in pursuance of its order laying down a mechanism to deal with such groups. Read More »

Exercise type doesn't matter, it's being active that counts

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Notably, a least of 150 minutes of moderate-intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity of workout in a week is generally recommended by The World Health Organization (WHO). However, almost three in four people in Canada do not meet the current activity guidelines, said Scott Lear, the study's principal investigator and a professor at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver. Read More »

Bangladesh police disperse rally against Myanmar's treatment of Rohingyas

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The Supreme Court has said that it will hear the matter on 3 October at 2 pm. According to the United Nations, hundreds of thousands of Rohingya have fled Myanmar since a renewed military crackdown began on August 25. Tension between majority Buddhists and Rohingya, most of whom are denied citizenship, has simmered for decades in Rakhine , but it has exploded at times over the past few years, as old enmities surfaced with the end of decades of harsh military rule. Read More »

No. 12 Florida State returns to action hosting NC State

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FSU HC Jimbo Fisher noted that the Seminoles' long layoff since Week 1 has helped freshman QB James Blackman to acclimate to the offense. " Florida State lost plenty of pillars from last year's team, but back is Milica Kubura , a 6'4" outside hitter who logged 14 kills on a.414 hitting percentage in that 2016 NCAA Tournament match. Read More »

BYU lifts decades-long ban on caffeinated soft drink sales

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The campus has a contract with Coca-Cola and will be installing the "freestyle" dispensers around campus. In a surprising announcement Thursday, Brigham Young University said they are now offering CAFFEINATED drinks on campus. Jenkins added that campus dining services has "clearly seen a change" in demand for caffeinated drinks over the last several years that spurred the introduction of caffeinated Coke products for the first time. Read More »

Baby dies after MI mother sacrifices life to give birth

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She died on September 9, just two days after Life was born. "We don't have any answers", she told the site. The DeKlyen's daughter, Life Lynn, was born via cesarean at 5:30 p.m. "It is with great sadness and an absolutely broken heart that I tell you Life Lynn passed away last night", the post reads. Not long after that, she and her husband, Nick, discovered that they were pregnant with their sixth child, a baby girl. Read More »

Will appoint receiver and auction assets, SC tells Unitech chief

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According to a report by NDTV, the apex court has also warned Chandra that it will appoint court receiver and auction projects, if his buyers don't get flats or refund. The court said this as amicus curiae Pawan Agrawal told the court that in 61 projects of the real estate major, there are 16,300 flat buyers with total involvement of Rs 7,816 crore. Read More »

The most popular baby names in Lincolnshire

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As Breitbart reports, the Office for National Statistics revealed that Muhammed has pushed William out of the top 10 in the past recorded year. Writing in a blog post for Huffington Post UK, Nick wrote: 'In terms of numbers, the biggest risers for girls are: Amelia, Isla, Ava, Olivia, Evie, Isabella, Mia, Sophia, Lily and Poppy. Read More »

Vaccines now available as flu season nears

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Tens of millions of dollars are being lost to the economy as people succumb to the virus, or miss work to care for stricken children and other family members. The CDC said it takes about two weeks for the vaccine to protect you from the flu. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration (SIRVA ) - a deep, steady, severe pain in the shoulder and upper arm followed by weakness and sensory loss that can make it hard to move the arm and/or shoulder and can cause the muscle to waste away. Read More »

Rohingyas 'illegal immigrants', can be deported: Rajnath

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The global community and in particular the OIC should take all available measures to make the government of Myanmar put an immediate end to the violence against the Rohingya Muslim community and bring those responsible for the atrocities to justice. Read More »

IT raids on Cafe Coffee Day owner VG Siddhartha

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Income Tax officials on Thursday raided the premises and office of Cafe Coffee Day (CCD) CMD and senior Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader SM Krishna's son-in-law VG Siddhartha. Software firm Mindtree share price also fell more than 2 percent as Siddhartha and Coffee Day Enterprises hold some stakes in the company. Siddhartha founded Amalgamated Bean Coffee Trading Company Limited in 1992. Read More »

Behind the Scenes of Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do'

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Considering Look What You Made Me Do has annihilated video streaming records , it was probably money well spent. In the behind-the-scenes vid, we get to see her meet a gaggle of blonde-haired extras dressed in her old clothes and marvel, "This is the trippiest thing I've ever seen in my life". Read More »

Padmavati First Posters Are Deepika Padukone's Navratri Gift To You

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Keeping the promise, the makers have now released the first look, and it has become the trending topic on social media. When Deepika Padukone , Ranveer Singh and Sanjay Leela Bhansali joined hands for the first time for Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela, it resulted in Ranveer Singh and Sanjay Leela Bhansali's first Rs 100 crore grosser. Read More »

CBI registers case against retired judge, others over corruption charges

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This is utter callousness, deplorable. "But don't they do minimum cross-check before visiting anyone?" Taking a serious view of thr incident, the High Court Bar Association launched a casework till Thursday. Apart from the Retd Justice, the others named in the FIR are Bhawana Pandey, BP Yadav, Palash Yadav, Sudhir Giri, Biswanath Agrawala and some other unknown public and private persons. Read More »

Women trafficking case: Hyderabad police arrest five Omani, three Qatari nationals

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The chief Qazi from Mumbai, Farid Ahmed Khan, identified as the master of the racket involved in preparation of fake nikahnamas (marriage agreements) and marriage certificates was also arrested. During our investigation, the role of the brokers and qazis was established. The arrested qazis include the chief qazi of Mumbai, Farid Ahmed Khan, who sued to facilitate the marriages. Read More »

Explaining the Graham-Cassidy Repeal Bill

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Senators Lindsey Graham of SC and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana introduced the bill. "Per capita caps and block grants would so radically restructure Medicaid that the program would be unrecognizable from its current form", Godes said. Read More »

President Trump leads U.S. delegates to United Nations general assembly

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Trump has railed against the U.N. over the years, and especially during the 2016 presidential campaign, calling the body "not a friend of democracy" and "not a friend even to the United States of America". Trump deployed these terms 21 times as he made the case that strong, independent nations - rather than global institutions - are the key to unlocking a more prosperous and peaceful future. Read More »