• Lara Trump: 'Kavanaugh Effect' Boosting Republicans With Women Ahead of Midterms
Lara Trump: 'Kavanaugh Effect' Boosting Republicans With Women Ahead of Midterms

Kavanaugh edged his way into the Supreme Court after a 50-48 vote, mostly along party lines. Amendment 2 , which will be on West Virginia ballots on November 6, would provide constitutional authorization for the Legislature to reduce the budget of the state judiciary by up to 15 percent.

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  • Mysterious paralyzing illness reported in 22 states — CDC
Mysterious paralyzing illness reported in 22 states — CDC

Nancy Messonier, director of CDC's National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases said. The disease affects the body's nervous system and can cause paralysis. "As a parent myself I understand what it's like to be scared for your child", Messonnier said. We actually don't know what is causing this increase.

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  • Participants honor breast cancer survivors at More Than Pink Walk in Miami
Participants honor breast cancer survivors at More Than Pink Walk in Miami

With advancements in technology, the treatment and surgery for breast cancer surgery have also changed. "With breast cancer remaining the most common form of cancer for women in Singapore, it is inspiring to see women from all walks of life stand in solidarity for the cause and demonstrate that Every Woman Matters in the fight against breast ...

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  • A former lawyer for the trump was a Democrat
A former lawyer for the trump was a Democrat

Two people were killed as Tropical Storm Michael moved across Florida and Georgia early Thursday. "They would say 'Did you hear what President Trump said?' 'Did you hear what he said?'" I would do it except for these people up there. The president, who attended a fundraiser before the rally, also praised GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner...

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  • Polio-Like AFM in More Children Surfacing Across US
Polio-Like AFM in More Children Surfacing Across US

Little is known about Acute flaccid myelitis (AFM), a rare disease that affects the nervous system. This year along, there were 38 people diagnosed with AFM across 16 states. "There were not necessarily a lot of cases that had been noticed before" 2014, said Jayne Griffith, the Minnesota Department of Health's senior epidemiologist.

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  • Mental health could cost $A23t by 2030
Mental health could cost $A23t by 2030

Celebrating the 2018 World Mental Health Day, the World Health Organisation (WHO), urges regular checks for symptoms of mental illnesses beginning at a young age. Now its 2000-strong global workforce can now access personal leave for their wellbeing and mental health when they need it most. It has been widely reported that the construction ind...

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  • Texas Resort Closes After Man Dies from Brain-eating Bacteria
Texas Resort Closes After Man Dies from Brain-eating Bacteria

The surfer who passed away was Fabrizio "Fab" Stabile from New Jersey. Doctors at the Atlantic City Medical Center were unable to save Stabile, who died September 21. The organizations statistics indicate that since 1962 there have been 143 confirmed cases, of which only four people survived. According to the Associated Press , Fabrizio Stabil...

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  • Kavanaugh wrongly claims he could drink legally in Maryland
Kavanaugh wrongly claims he could drink legally in Maryland

In other words, it was not legal for him to drink in Maryland at any point during his high school years. Kavanaugh "never suggested that all of his high school drinking was of legal age ", White House spokesman Raj Shah said in a statement reported by The Associated Press.

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  • Two female mental health patients drown while chained up in police van
Two female mental health patients drown while chained up in police van

Officials said the van was in Marion County near the Little Pee Dee River, one of the bodies of water state officials are watching closely after Florence. At this time, the recovery effort is ongoing, and the transportation vehicle can not be removed due to rising waters and unsafe conditions. Two deputies were in the van with them, though Wenton a...

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  • Intake Of Low Dose Of Aspirin Results In Risks Exceeding Benefits
Intake Of Low Dose Of Aspirin Results In Risks Exceeding Benefits

It may ultimately turn out that there are more benefits than risks in certain populations, said the study's lead author, John McNeil , a professor in the department of epidemiology and preventive medicine in the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine at Monash University in Melbourne.

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  • Michael Steele rips Ron DeSantis over Andrew Gillum 'monkey this up' remark
Michael Steele rips Ron DeSantis over Andrew Gillum 'monkey this up' remark

None of that is my cup of tea, but he performed better than the other people there so we've got to work hard to make sure that we continue Florida going in a good direction. Gillum ran with the enthusiastic support of Bernie Sanders , as well as funding from prominent left-wing Democrats George Soros and Tom Steyer. Trump posted on Twitter a...

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  • John McCain, senator and former presidential candidate, dies at 81
John McCain, senator and former presidential candidate, dies at 81

The White House had lowered its flag to half-staff on Sunday, but shortly after midnight, it was back at full staff, in a clear break with precedent - which dictates that it be lowered until burial - and the US flag code. "Senator John Sidney McCain III died at 4:28 pm on August 25, 2018". While the nation and world continues to honor Arizon...

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  • Family, friends and politicians react to John McCain's death
Family, friends and politicians react to John McCain's death

Bill and wife Hillary Clinton also released a joint statement thanking John for his years of service while also sending their love to John's wife Cindy and their family. He was larger than life. In a Sports Illustrated piece he wrote a year ago, Fitzgerald wrote that he would tell his sons "Senator John McCain will be revered and respe...

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  • West Nile found in Brattleboro
West Nile found in Brattleboro

Gov. Tom Wolf and the Legislature recently approved a $140,000 increase to the program's budget. This season, mosquito samples have tested positive for WNV in the cities of Addison, Balch Springs, Coppell, Dallas, Desoto, Garland, Highland Park, Irving, Mesquite, Richardson, Rowlett, and University Park.

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  • No evidence Islamic State responsible for Toronto attack
No evidence Islamic State responsible for Toronto attack

Thirteen other people suffered gunshot wounds that night. The psychiatric association says it condemns Hussain's actions, but believes discussing them in the context of his depression risks stigmatizing people with psychiatric disorders. Even though there seems to be a full court press from some to deny links to possible terrorism or Jihad, sourc...

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  • Put The Honey Smacks Down, CDC Warns After Salmonella Outbreak
Put The Honey Smacks Down, CDC Warns After Salmonella Outbreak

The recall issued by Kellogg's remains unchanged, and affects both the large and small box sizes of Honey Smacks cereal with best-if-used-by dates between June 14th, 2018 and June 14th, 2019. The cases have been reported in 33 states , including New York, Pennsylvania, Texas, California, Maryland and Virginia. Right now there are no other Kellog...

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  • Woman eats 37 hot dogs to win July 4 eating contest
Woman eats 37 hot dogs to win July 4 eating contest

The renowned competitive eater hailing from San Jose, California , took home the coveted Mustard Belt and surpassed the previous mark of 72 dogs and buns he downed past year. For Americans, Fourth of July is never complete without the infamous Nathan's Hot Dog eating contest . Both Chestnut and Sudo walked away in first place past year as...

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  • GW Pharma's marijuana-based epilepsy drug approved in US
GW Pharma's marijuana-based epilepsy drug approved in US

Indianapolis, In . - Attorney General Curtis Hill today praised the process by which the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for the first time has approved a cannabis-based drug - Epidiolex . "Research to demonstrate that marijuana or its components could be safe and effective in the treatment of medical disorders should be held to the same stand...

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  • Delhi University Celebrates International Yoga Day
Delhi University Celebrates International Yoga Day

Agastya Muni, one of the Satyas, has worked in India to make yoga a part of life. Modi told ANI, that many JD (U) workers and leaders participated in the yoga event organised here earlier on Thursday. Over 200 participants participated in the event. In South Africa's Pretoria, the Yoga Day was celebrated at the historic township of Soweto...

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  • Attorney General Jeff Sessions will not defend Affordable Care Act's individual mandate
Attorney General Jeff Sessions will not defend Affordable Care Act's individual mandate

They contend that the ACA provision requiring most Americans to carry health insurance soon will no longer be constitutional and that, as a result, consumer insurance protections under the law are not valid either. But the court will take notice that the Trump administration has switched sides. Why they did it: Republicans have targeted the...

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  • Science is basically telling you to lie-in this weekend
Science is basically telling you to lie-in this weekend

The study followed the sleep habits of 43,880 subjects over the course of 13 years. According to new research, getting extra sleep on the weekend can undo the damage of failing to get enough during the week, ultimately helping you live longer.

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  • Nipah outbreak: Kerala government issues advisory against travelling to four Northern districts
Nipah outbreak: Kerala government issues advisory against travelling to four Northern districts

Medical personnel wearing protective suits check patients at the Medical College hospital in Kozhikode , Kerala state, India , May 21, 2018 amid a deadly outbreak of the Nipah virus, carried mainly by fruit bats . The world's second most populous country suffers hundreds of deaths from infectious diseases every year because of weak disease s...

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  • World Health Organization raises risk assessment of Congo's Ebola outbreak
World Health Organization raises risk assessment of Congo's Ebola outbreak

Until now, the outbreak was confined to remote areas, where Ebola , which is spread by bodily fluids, travels more slowly. It said of the now 25 dead, only one death has been confirmed as Ebola . Health Minister Oly Ilunga late Wednesday said two suspected cases of hemorrhagic fever were reported in the Wangata health zones, which includes Mban...

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  • Saudi Arabia announces Thursday start for Ramadan
Saudi Arabia announces Thursday start for Ramadan

Our Constitution ensures Muslims can observe Ramadan in accordance with the dictates of conscience and unimpeded by government. With a growing global Muslim population - a rise from 1.7bn in 2014 to 2.2 bn by 2030, brands would do well to cater to this all important demographic.

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  • Number Of Salmonella Cases Linked To Eggs Continues To Rise
Number Of Salmonella Cases Linked To Eggs Continues To Rise

The outbreak was originally announced April 16 and traced to eggs from Rose Acre Farms, which suffered three similar incidents in 1990 that left 450 people in three states sick. The FDA said the eggs can potentially be contaminated with Salmonella Braenderup , which is an organism that could cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young ...

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