• Aamir Khan debuts on Instagram on 53rd birthday
Aamir Khan debuts on Instagram on 53rd birthday

The " Thugs of Hindostan " star, who now enjoys a massive social media following through Facebook and Twitter, on Tuesday, joined the Instagram family. Aamir Khan is too excited working with Big B in Thugs of Hindostan . Over a series of nine posts, the actor uploaded a collage which when complete was an image of his mother, Zeenat Hussain.

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  • PHOTONEWS: US Secretary Tillerson, President Buhari Meets in Abuja
PHOTONEWS: US Secretary Tillerson, President Buhari Meets in Abuja

He affirmed that Boko Haram remains a threat not just to Nigeria but the subregion. President Donald Trump a year ago imposed travel restrictions on travelers from Chad and eight other countries, including North Korea, Libya and Iraq. S. support for the G5 Sahel multinational force, for which Washington pledged financial support. At the foren...

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  • Derrick Rose signs with the Minnesota Timberwolves
Derrick Rose signs with the Minnesota Timberwolves

In Minnesota, Rose reunites with former Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau along with teammates Jimmy Butler , Taj Gibson , and Aaron Brooks . Almost a month to the day after playing his final game with the Cleveland Cavaliers , Derrick Rose is making his return to basketball.

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  • Chloe Kim, Bindi Irwin, others get Barbies for International Women's Day
Chloe Kim, Bindi Irwin, others get Barbies for International Women's Day

According to CNN , Mattel did a survey of about 8,000 moms around the world that found 86 percent are anxious about the types of role models out there for their daughters these days. Olympic gold medal victor Nicola Adams has been turned into a Barbie doll ahead of International Women's Day later this week. Now on this joyous observance Ame...

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  • ER Visits for Opioid Overdoses Soaring: CDC
ER Visits for Opioid Overdoses Soaring: CDC

Overdose-related trips to emergency departments increased among all age groups and both sexes and increased at the largest rate in the biggest cities. Belated efforts to rein in distribution fueled a resurgence of heroin and the emergence of a deadly, black market version of the synthetic opioid fentanyl .

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  • Oklahoma Opioid Deaths Continue To Rise
Oklahoma Opioid Deaths Continue To Rise

The American Midwest saw an unprecedented 69.7 percent surge in opioid-related overdoses, which is a direct result of Wisconsin's 109 percent spike. Despite efforts to address the crisis , opioid overdoses in the US continue to increase at a disturbing rate.

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  • Strikes batter Syria's Ghouta region as death toll hits 800
Strikes batter Syria's Ghouta region as death toll hits 800

Meanwhile on Tuesday U.N war crimes investigators said air strikes by Russian Federation and a US -led coalition killed civilians in Syria on a large scale a year ago, while the Assad government carried out unlawful chemical weapon attacks in rebel-held eastern Ghouta .

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  • 26 wedding guests killed in truck accident in western India
26 wedding guests killed in truck accident in western India

Reports suggest that the truck that fell into the drain was loaded with over 60 people who were returning back to their homes after attending a marriage function. India has one of the world's highest annual figures for traffic fatalities. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted about it and shared, "My PM Narendra Modi tweeted his condolences over t...

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  • Blitzboks extend Sevens lead despite Las Vegas semi-final exit
Blitzboks extend Sevens lead despite Las Vegas semi-final exit

His impressive play helped lead the US into the cup final in Las Vegas, defeating Fiji 19-7 in the semifinal as he crossed the chalk twice. They went on to lose to Samoa 26-7 in the Challenge Trophy quarter finals. The USA beat Argentina 28-0 in the final after ousting Fiji 19-7 in the semis to become the fifth different victor in five tournament...

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  • What are the different types of diabetes?
What are the different types of diabetes?

But a new study suggests that there may actually be five different types of the disease-some of which may be more unsafe than others. Around a fifth of all participants were classified in cluster 4 . Diabetes is now divided into type 1 diabetes (approximately 10%), type 2 diabetes (85-90%) and several less common diseases like latent auto...

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  • Doctors suspended after operating on wrong patient's brain, Kenyan hospital says
Doctors suspended after operating on wrong patient's brain, Kenyan hospital says

John Ong'ech as the Acting Director, Clinical Services. This is the third huge problem for the hospital in about a month and a half. Just recently, KNH was hit by "baby theft" scandal after a woman managed to sneak out of the facility with someone's baby.

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  • Rogers County Health Department offering flu shots at no cost
Rogers County Health Department offering flu shots at no cost

Hospitalizations are now at 3,962 for this flu season. That's down from 340 the week prior. That brings the statewide total to 253 since the flu season began October 1, far exceeding 218 deaths from the previous year. Majority of deaths have been seen in ages 65 and older. This flu season is one of the worst in memory. Although some news source...

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  • United Nations to vote Monday on resolution that would condemn Iran
United Nations to vote Monday on resolution that would condemn Iran

Kuwait's U.N. Ambassador Mansour Al-Otaiba is the current council president. Commenting on the veto, a representative of the USA mission to the UN said that the United States would continue telling the world about Iran's harmful actions until Tehran halts its activities, undermining stability in the Middle East.

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  • 'Predictably unpredictable' flu season winding down: doctor
'Predictably unpredictable' flu season winding down: doctor

The FluMist had proven ineffective for working on the H1N1 strain two years ago. This season started early and surged for months. This year's flu vaccine is estimated to be only 25 percent effective against that type. The disadvantages are that it's a live vaccine, which means it can cause a sore throat or headache afterward. But the shot...

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  • Kelly to decide Kushner security clearance
Kelly to decide Kushner security clearance

Kelly, a retired Marine general, has also made it known that Trump's personal intervention would pose a problem and possibly undercut his authority in the West Wing. Trump wants to do what he wants when he wants, and one gets the sense that although Kelly has been incredibly weak as the chief of staff, he is still the only person providing even shr...

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  • Vettel and Ferrari 'fired up' for 2018 after unveiling SF71H
Vettel and Ferrari 'fired up' for 2018 after unveiling SF71H

For the fourth consecutive year 38-year-old Raikkonen and four-time world champion Vettel , 30, will spearhead the Scuderia's campaign. The major sponsor of the team, Spanish bank Santander , no longer is on the vehicle, making the new Ferrari very red in its livery.

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  • Salmonella outbreak linked to Kratom
Salmonella outbreak linked to Kratom

Cases have also been reported in Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania and OR to name a few. Food and Drug Administration [FDA] advocated consumers not to utilize Kratom based on the agency's discovery that it contained opioid compounds. The CDC is reporting 1 case of Salmonella poison in Alabama but no deaths. Kratom is marketed as a plant-based supp...

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  • Study says Flu vaccine may be control of heart attack
Study says Flu vaccine may be control of heart attack

The health department reported the latest child death on Tuesday. According to HCPH, this is the first pediatric death in the county this flu season. Flu activity is still considered widespread. Also the flu vaccine, which is prepared months in advance based on flu cases reported in the Southern Hemisphere, was only roughly effective 35 perce...

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  • Google Artificial Intelligence to Predict Heart Disease
Google Artificial Intelligence to Predict Heart Disease

Those scans helped train the networks on which telltale signs tended to indicate long-term health dangers. Key risk factors for heart disease include both obvious things like your age and gender, and things that may be a bit harder to detect, such as whether you smoke, your systolic blood pressure, and whether you've had major cardiovascular ev...

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  • State's first pediatric flu death reported in Essex County
State's first pediatric flu death reported in Essex County

Most flu vaccines are 40 to 60 percent effective, and this vaccine, based on initial results from Canada , is about 17 percent effective. The numbers were worse for H3N2. Most people with the flu have mild illness and do not need medical care or antiviral drugs. Flu strains mutate every year. It's no secret that this year's flu season is bad.

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  • Flu Vaccine 36 Percent Effective So Far — CDC
Flu Vaccine 36 Percent Effective So Far — CDC

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated in Thursday's Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report . Talk to your family doctor or call the Ashtabula County Health Department (440) 576-6010 for more information on the availablity of flu shots.

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  • Blood test detects concussions without X-rays
Blood test detects concussions without X-rays

Because Banyan BTI is the first blood test for brain injury that the FDA has approved for sale, its approval creates a new classification for these types of diagnostics. Scott Gottlieb. The company developed the test with partial support from a contract with the U.S. Army. When the test results come out in four hours, they can then help doctors...

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  • 49ers, Garoppolo Agree To 5-Year / $137 Million Contract
49ers, Garoppolo Agree To 5-Year / $137 Million Contract

If Matthew Stafford and Derek Carr can break the bank, why not Garoppolo? Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports that San Francisco and quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo have agreed to a five-year, $137.5 million contract that is the biggest in NFL history in terms of average salary per year.

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  • Koeman named new Netherlands boss
Koeman named new Netherlands boss

Koeman was a key member of the team that won Euro 1988 and said the team's recent decline shows today's footballers need to learn from other about discipline, love for the game and pride in representing their country, he said. We have a lot of good players and talented players. As a player, Koeman wore Oranje 78 times, but he is now tasked w...

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  • Mobile Phones Do Not Cause Tumours Decide Scientists
Mobile Phones Do Not Cause Tumours Decide Scientists

There was only "equivocal evidence of carcinogenic activity" - some rats developed gliomas in the brain and a type of tumor in the adrenal gland but, statistically speaking, it was unclear if the tumors were associated with the radiation exposure.

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