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It was just a few days earlier, on December 1, that Welch had learned of the conspiracy theory that had come to be known as "Pizzagate", which involved the unfounded rumors of pedophilia supposedly perpetrated by Hillary and Bill Clinton, as well as others in the Democratic Party.
  • Court convicts 31 in Maruti violence case, 13 for murder

    Court convicts 31 in Maruti violence case, 13 for murder

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    Human Resources Manager Awanish Kumar Dev was burned to death. The court sentenced 13 employees, holding top posts in the workers' union, on charges of murder and attempt to murder besides rioting and other related offences. The judgment proves that they are being targeted and stand a good chance in High Court", she said. The company sacked 2,500 workers after the violence and the plant was closed for over a month.
  • Americans are having less sex now than before

    Americans are having less sex now than before

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    Americans had sex 16 fewer times annually in the latest look at how we spend our time. "These data show a major reversal from previous decades in terms of marriage and sex", said Jean M. Compared to 1986 when 66 percent of Americans were living with a partner, only 59 percent live with a partner in 2014. Wouldn't you prefer to have really, truly satisfying sex once a week, rather than a fairly subpar quickie three times a week? If you've noticed that you're getting laid less often, ...
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    Subway: Tests show only "trace" soy in chicken

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    The broadcaster also adds that Subway has chosen "not to provide any answers" for how scientists got insane DNA results for just that one chain "beyond saying that the results were 'false.'" It's true that DNA testing isn't an ideal way to determine exact mass of chicken versus soy - bird and plant DNA don't necessarily weigh the same, for starters - but CBC clarified this part of its original report, adding that the tests are "a good indicator of the proportion of animal and plant DNA in ...
  • Typical flu season, public health supervisor says

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    Between Feb. 10 and Feb. 16 there were 5 flu deaths in Oklahoma. The recent CDC report noted that the flu hospitalization rate for USA senior citizens is 155.2 per 100,000, higher than for any other age group. Expectant mothers can receive the flu shot during pregnancy to protect themselves and to pass on protection to the unborn child. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention updates its map of flu activity.
  • Drug overdose cases in the United States are rising, CDC study shows

    Drug overdose cases in the United States are rising, CDC study shows

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    And despite persistent concerns over teens and young adults abusing drugs, middle-aged adults were the most likely to suffer a fatal overdose, according to the report. Opioid-related overdoses deaths represent the majority of cases according to the study, as it is the 60 percent of all the demises caused by drug excesses.
  • Barrington Research Just Issued

    Barrington Research Just Issued "Outperform" Rating on Henry Schein (HSIC)

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    Baird. "Fiera Capital Corp Lowers Stake in Henry Schein, Inc ". The institutional investor bought 134,838 shares of the company's stock, valued at approximately $21,976,000. If you are accessing this article on another publication, it was illegally stolen and republished in violation of US and worldwide copyright & trademark laws.
  • Judge blocks Texas plan to cut Planned Parenthood Medicaid funds

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    Planned Parenthood has denied those claims, and Sparks said there was no evidence the organization violated ethical or medical standards. Governor Greg Abbot has ordered aborted fetuses to be cremated or buried. "No taxpayer in Texas should have to subsidize this repugnant and illegal conduct", Paxton said, according to the AP. There is not "even a scintilla of evidence" that Planned Parenthood did anything wrong, Sparks wrote.
  • ADHD Might Be A Brain Disorder

    ADHD Might Be A Brain Disorder

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    Moreover, the findings propose that delays in the advancement of a few brain regions were normal for ADHD. The scientists studied the largest group to date of people of all ages with ADHD-1,713-and compared their brain scans to those without the disorder.
  • Anti-Planned Parenthood rallies come to Oregon

    Anti-Planned Parenthood rallies come to Oregon

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    Ben Cline (R-Amherst), would prohibit the state health department from entering into contracts or providing grants to any organization that provides abortion services or maintains a facility where abortions services are performed. Another rally against abortion providers, the 40 Days for Life campaign, will take place in March. Local organizer Louantha Kerr with anti-abortion group Hope For Life said "new people show up all the time" to demonstrations outside of the Newtown Road facility ...
  • India's PM Modi faces election test as voting begins in Uttar Pradesh

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    Meanwhile, astrologer Sushain Kumar Nigam agreed no party would win absolute majority but the Bahujan Samaj Party could reach close to it. Nigam also predicted that Congress-SP alliance will not benefit in any way. India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley earlier this month unveiled a Budget which boosts government spending to help the poor while cutting tax rates, in an attempt to woo voters in Uttar Pradesh and other states - by blunting the negative impact of the demonetisation saga.
  • Qatar Spending $500 Million On World Cup Construction

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    To put that into perspective, Qatar is looking at spending $200 billion by the time the tournament kicks off, which is 19 times more than Russian Federation is projected to spend ($10.7 billion) and 18 times more than Brazil spent ($11 billion).
  • Teenage E-Cigarette Users Turn To 'Dripping' For More Intense Effect

    Teenage E-Cigarette Users Turn To 'Dripping' For More Intense Effect

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    The authors of a new study described dripping as "vaporizing the e-liquid at high temperatures by dripping a couple of drops of e-liquid directly onto an atomizer's coil and then immediately inhaling the vapor that is produced". Sometimes, the liquid is contained in the device that's disposable or rechargeable. They found more than one in four had tried dripping . One of the primary concerns about e-cigarette use in teens is increased exposure to nicotine, Krishnan-Sarin said.
  • Heart Healthy: Support women's heart health on National Wear Red Day

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    This year's event will mark 15 years since the initial National Wear Red Day began. Let National Wear Red Day be a reminder to take care of your heart and learn your family history. Heart disease is prominent in both men and women, but since 1984 more women have died from heart disease annually than men, according to The Heart Foundation.
  • Miss Philippines Maxine Medina Ravishing In Miss Universe Preliminaries

    Miss Philippines Maxine Medina Ravishing In Miss Universe Preliminaries

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    The jury selected 12 beauties, who will compete for the title of Miss Universe in the finals. As well as her crown the victor would be given a luxury New York City apartment to base herself in for her year-long reign, an annual salary and all-paid living expenses, personal wardrobe and a fashion stylist.
  • Dozens of players turn down the Pro Bowl

    Dozens of players turn down the Pro Bowl

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    Tom Brady's with Chris Berman: Quarterback Tom Brady, who is leading the Patriots to their ninth Super Bowl and seventh with him at the helm, sits for a interview via satellite with Berman. Sky Sports is your home of the NFL. It would see some of the NFL's top athletes go head-to-head in a handful of games that test their skills. Additionally, numerous 88 Pro Bowl participants have invited their high school coaches to take part in the week with them.
  • Man Robs Bank To Get Away From His Wife

    Man Robs Bank To Get Away From His Wife

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    He also told investigators he wrote the note that he gave to the cashier in front of his wife, telling her he would 'rather be in jail than at home'. Well, that's a new way to solve a marital dispute: a Kansas City man was so determined to avoid his wife that he robbed a bank and intentionally allowed himself to get caught.
  • Trump Reportedly Planning to Remove Ban on CIA's Notorious 'Black Site' Prisons

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    By reinstating enhanced interrogation , Trump would violate a USA law ratified by the Senate in 2015 and go against the view of Defense Secretary James Mattis. "But the law is the law", said Republican Sen. "I think that it's been clear, certainly since we stopped the enhanced interrogation program, we're not even in a position any more frankly where [we're] out and catching people", Cheney said.
  • Salmon leading to increase in tapeworms, CDC says

    Salmon leading to increase in tapeworms, CDC says

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    Therefore, if you eat uncooked or raw fish in any form, you ought to be careful as you might be in danger of developing an infection if the fish carries the Japanese parasites. While the infection can be asymptomatic, it can also manifest symptoms such as diarrhea, abdominal discomfort, throwing up, and weight loss. Unfortunately, most people do not even realize they have been infected with a tapeworm.