• Trump's 'nasty woman' comment boosts 1986 Janet Jackson hit

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    Others, meanwhile, are trying to adopt the " nasty woman" slogan in a positive light. By 4 a.m. #nastywoman was Twitter's number 2 hashtag after #TrumpBookReport, a hilarious (unless you're a Trump supporter) collection of Tweets inspired by this tweet: Trump's foreign policy answers sound like a book report from a teenager who hasn't read the book.
  • 3 sex-spread diseases hit another record high, CDC says

    3 sex-spread diseases hit another record high, CDC says

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    Fewer clinics mean reduced access to STD testing and treatment for those who need these services. But who are most at risk with the rise of STDs? "We must mobilize, rebuild and expand services - or the human and economic burden will continue to grow ", Mermin warned.
  • Planned Parenthood wins suit to block Mississippi law

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    Jordan III chose to block the law, which went into effect in July and ruled in favor of two Planned Parenthood affiliates, in the name of good ol' common sense. Planned Parenthood Southeast says it offers them at its clinics in Alabama and Georgia, but not at its clinic in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards praised the ruling, stating, "Yet another court has said it is unacceptable for politicians to dictate where women can go for their healthcare".
  • Dream Hotel Founder Arrested for Dog Burning

    Dream Hotel Founder Arrested for Dog Burning

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    Dressed in all white with a grey vest, Chatwal was silent as he stood before Judge Steve Statsinger, who issued an order of protection for the two dogs - Molly and Finnegan - their owner and their dog walker. He was arrested for drug possession in 2013 at Florida's Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport after TSA agents allegedly caught him trying to board a plane with heroin, cocaine and prescription pills.
  • Philadelphia Eagles: Remember it's a Rebuilding year

    Philadelphia Eagles: Remember it's a Rebuilding year

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    They sent their 2017 first-round pick and a 2018 selection that will range from the second to the fourth round to the Eagles four days after original quarterback Teddy Bridgewater went down with a massive knee injury. In his career Bradford is a 60% passer and a turns the ball over at a worrying rate. Diggs is still working his way back from his groin injury, and though he managed to get a practice in, it's more than worth adding Thielen on waivers just in case Diggs is limited on Sunday, ...
  • Trump denies getting in Clinton's space at debate

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    Among those who said they watched at least portions of the debate, 53 percent said Clinton won while 32 percent said Trump won. But over 80% of those polled said the bitter showdown had no effect on their vote, and Clinton maintained her five-point lead over Trump.
  • A thought about breast cancer awareness

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    Sherif Adel Mahmoud, Regional Head of Healthcare Operation in a recent press event. Her sister's death is what motivated her to start the Cumberland Valley Breast Care Alliance, which is a support group for women with breast cancer located in Chambersburg.
  • Many heart rate wrist monitors are inaccurate

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    The company also said heart rate is "best achieved by taking heart rate across an extended time frame, such as during the entire task of interest, to get more reliable and meaningful outcomes". These wristwatch-like devices that track heart rate optically had variable accuracy against standard electrocardiogram leads , and none were as accurate as a chest strap-based heart rate monitor.
  • RI Sheriff, DEA to host prescription drug take-back

    RI Sheriff, DEA to host prescription drug take-back

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    The Jefferson County Sheriff's Office and the Drug Enforcement Administration will again be giving area residents a chance to dispose of unused, unwanted or expired prescription drugs. When added to the collections from the previous Take-Back events, more than 6.4 million pounds of prescription medications have been removed from circulation.
  • BP fuels breast cancer awareness

    BP fuels breast cancer awareness

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    Fearless women with/without hair, with visible scars, with inspirational tattoos, all are examined to illustrate the beauty and enduring power of these exceptional souls as we get a glimpse into their journey and their daily lives living with or living after breast cancer .
  • Bills Look to Remain Hot Against 3-1 Rams

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    What we do know is that there's clearly a split in the team's locker room. Even if the QB was rookie Jacoby Brissett playing with a badly bruised thumb on his throwing hand, prior to last Sunday's 16-0 whitewash no club had shut out the Patriots at home since 1993.
  • 14th annual Breast Cancer Awareness luncheon sets goal at $90K

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    A Pink High Tea featuring delectable pink treats and goodies will also be available at the Lobby Lounge throughout the entire month. Breast cancer risk increases with age so that's why annual screening is recommended by the American Cancer Society for those 40 and older, or earlier for those who may have other risk factors.
  • Oil keeps climbing after U.S. crude supply falls for fifth week

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    Last week the EIA reported a draw of 1.9 million barrels in a not-too-common sync with the American Petroleum Institute, which had estimated inventories to have gone down by 752,000 barrels. Algeria's Energy Minister said on Wednesday OPEC will meet other producers in Istanbul on October 8-13 to discuss implementation ahead of the Vienna meeting.
  • Clown hoaxes force police to check pranks for real threats

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    There have been numerous reports of "creepy clowns" in the US over the last month, and even a few in Canada. He needs constant care, so Tiffany said that a woman from a local home health care service, Lillian D. In Oregon, a woman claims a man in a clown mask tried to attack her. Again, no clowns on campus, though *insert joke about college kids here.* Hehehe.
  • Utah man charged $40 for 'skin-to-skin' contact with newborn

    Utah man charged $40 for 'skin-to-skin' contact with newborn

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    In a Reddit post , Grassley writes the couple was eager to do it. "So we of course said yes, but when the bill came were pretty surprised that was a line item of the bill". 1 ..." "Why would you do that?" We don't need to paint this hospital as evil or as deliberately trying to scam its patients; there may be valid reasons for a charge like this one.
  • When is the Best Time to Get A Flu Shot?

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    The HSE is urging people in at-risk groups to get vaccinated against the flu this winter. Austin said many people believe that the vaccine will "wear off" by the peak of the flu season in January and February, but that simply is not true.
  • Mylan CEO set to defend EpiPen prices amid public outcry

    Mylan CEO set to defend EpiPen prices amid public outcry

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    Duckworth questioned Mylan's decision to make schools sign non-compete agreements, calling the practice "an unfair monopoly". Mylan has faced increased scrutiny for the price of its signature product, a portable auto-injecting device for emergency treatment of severe allergic reactions .
  • New travel related Zika case in Collier

    New travel related Zika case in Collier

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    Three new cases were reported Friday, bringing the total in Florida to 105 cases. There is no medicine to treat Zika and no vaccine is available. Even with an enhanced immune system the Zika virus managed to reproduce inside the vagina.