• Bill Gates says Donald Trump didn't know what HIV was
Bill Gates says Donald Trump didn't know what HIV was

Bill Gates discloses in newly revealed footage that President TrumpDonald John TrumpGiuliani says Federal Bureau of Investigation may have placed spy in Trump campaign Giuliani: There is "nothing illegal about looking for dirt on political opponents" Giuliani: If Mueller subpoenas us, we will challenge it MORE twice asked him to clarify ...

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  • Senate Appeals to JOHESU to Call Off Strike Over Ebola
Senate Appeals to JOHESU to Call Off Strike Over Ebola

The Democratic Republic of Congo will begin a ring vaccination as the first batch of 4,000 experimental Ebola vaccines arrived on Wednesday to combat the outbreak of the disease in the country says World Health Organisation (WHO). The so-called VSV-EBOV vaccine is still unlicensed, but was trialled successfully in Guinea during an epidemic in...

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  • Ebola spreads to major urban area in Congo
Ebola spreads to major urban area in Congo

One new case of Ebola virus disease has been confirmed in Mbandaka , a city with a population of about 1.2 million, World Health Organization confirmed on Thursday, raising fears that despite a rapid response by authorities, the outbreak has not been contained.

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  • BLACK PANTHER, An Afrofuturist Wonderland In HD — Blu-ray Review
BLACK PANTHER, An Afrofuturist Wonderland In HD — Blu-ray Review

Every time he does a post, he's in the gym. According to the film's directors, the Russo Brothers, the film is told through Thanos' perspective, and much of his character's arc resembles a traditional hero's journey. A Marvel producer has hinted that upcoming superhero film Avengers 4 will tie up plots concerning some iconic characters from t...

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  • Germany most likely to win the World Cup, say UBS number-crunchers
Germany most likely to win the World Cup, say UBS number-crunchers

Besides the 12 teams from Europe, South America would be the most represented continent with four or five clubs, while Asia, Africa and North America would have two teams each. Jesus scored 17 goals across all competitions for Premier League champion City this season while Firmino has netted 27 to help Liverpool secure a fourth-placed league fini...

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  • Romaine-linked E. coli outbreak reaches Nebraska
Romaine-linked E. coli outbreak reaches Nebraska

It's finally safe to eat romaine lettuce again. The last shipments of romaine lettuce from the Yuma growing region were harvested on April 16, and the harvest season is over, the U.S. coli , known as O157:H7, produces a Shiga toxin that can affect people seriously, causing diarrhea and vomiting and in severe cases kidney failure. More cases may g...

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  • Reported Sexually Transmitted Diseases Reach a New High in California, Reports CDPH
Reported Sexually Transmitted Diseases Reach a New High in California, Reports CDPH

Released by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH), the data revealed a 45 percent increase in cases compared to data from five years ago. The most reported STD was chlamydia , with 218,710 cases reported in 2017. Therefore, in order to educate people and spread awareness about the alarming risks of STD, the health officials are now...

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  • School mental health referrals rise by more than a third
School mental health referrals rise by more than a third

Furthermore, 18 per cent of referrals for children were declined specialist CAMHS treatment in the region. While, in some cases it might not have been necessary, the NSPCC believes under-resourcing is also a factor. Soaring numbers of under-18s have sought NHS care for such problems over the past decade but, according to Public Health England, o...

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  • Salmonella outbreak traced to eggs grows as more illnesses repor - FOX10 News
Salmonella outbreak traced to eggs grows as more illnesses repor - FOX10 News

At least 35 people have been infected with a salmonella outbreak tied to the recall of more than 206 million eggs , the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) reports. You can find more information about the egg recall through the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The Seymour-based company describes the contamination as "an organism which can c...

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  • Australian blood donor James Harrison saving 2 millions peoples
Australian blood donor James Harrison saving 2 millions peoples

After 1173 donations, the 81-year-old has finally hung up his blood bag. Blood donations saved his life, so he pledged to become a blood donor. The antibody is used to make a lifesaving medication, Anti-D, as it is given to pregnant mothers whose blood is at risk of attacking and killing their unborn babies.

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  • Jacksonville teen tried to steal former UCF QB Blake Bortles' truck
Jacksonville teen tried to steal former UCF QB Blake Bortles' truck

Horton was caught on video trying to steal Bortles' truck. JACKSONVILLE, Fla . (AP) - Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles was picked without being on the field. Bortles said that nothing appeared to have been removed from the wallet. Horton got out and looked around before walking into the house. Horton gave police his address, wh...

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  • Golden State Killer suspect charged with four more counts of murder
Golden State Killer suspect charged with four more counts of murder

In April, authorities arrested Joseph James DeAngelo , 72, at his home near Sacramento. The Golden State Killer, also known as the Original Night Stalker and the East Area Rapist, is believed responsible for at least 12 homicides, 45 rapes and 120 burglaries, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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  • World Health Organization ready to deploy Ebola vaccines to DRC
World Health Organization ready to deploy Ebola vaccines to DRC

Ebola virus outbreak control depends on surveillance and the isolation of cases, according to the study. The Ministry of Health in the Democratic Republic of the Congo deployed Rapid Response Teams to investigate cases and deaths reported in Bikoro health zone in the Equateur province.

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  • Lilly buys ARMO BioSciences for $1.6 billion
Lilly buys ARMO BioSciences for $1.6 billion

We observed 0.64% rate of return for a stock for the last 5-trading days, which was maintained for the month at -4.55%. Schroder Investment Management Group grew its position in Eli Lilly and by 81.3% during the fourth quarter. The ex-dividend date is Wednesday, May 16th. Eli Lilly and's payout ratio is presently 52.57%. The stock price is mo...

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  • Ebola outbreak threatens Super Eagles friendly with Congo DR
Ebola outbreak threatens Super Eagles friendly with Congo DR

Teams from the Ministry of Health, the World Health Organisation and Medicins sans Frontieres have been deployed to the area. He said, "Negotiations are still on with Joint Health Sector Union (JOHESU) and the Minister of Labour is leading the negotiation and we expect that we will conclude on all issues very soon".

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  • Chanachai improves day two score at NCAA Regional Tournament
Chanachai improves day two score at NCAA Regional Tournament

As a team , the Badgers finished at +2 and are in sixth place in the team standings . Beth Little of Virginia and Wisconsin's Gabby Curtis are tied for the individual lead through one round with a 5-under par 67. Fiona Liddell tied for 15 in par-3 scoring at even-par 3.00. By then, the Bears had wrapped up an NCAA Championship berth. Schroe...

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  • India Calls For Dialogue To Resolve Iran Nuclear Accord Dispute
India Calls For Dialogue To Resolve Iran Nuclear Accord Dispute

Two more Gulf Arab nations, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain, express support for US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal . Russian Federation and China have also vowed to continue with the deal. He also said Iran should not follow a path toward isolation. The chant "Death to America" long has been use...

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  • California to require rooftop solar for most new homes
California to require rooftop solar for most new homes

The new mandate does offer exceptions where solar power is not feasible or cost effective, such as homes located entirely under shade. Critics have been quick to note that the solar panel mandate will add between $8,000 (£5,900) and $12,000 to a home's cost.

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  • Too much fast food may delay conception
Too much fast food may delay conception

Women who ate more fast food and less fruit took at least two weeks longer to become pregnant, according to the published findings. Furthermore, the majority of women in the cohort got pregnant within a couple of months and, when comparing the effects of different amounts of fast food, this translated to a tiny difference in the time it took ...

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  • Possible Cure For Baldness Found In Osteoporosis Drug
Possible Cure For Baldness Found In Osteoporosis Drug

One of the researchers on the project Nathan Hawkshaw said the next step for the drug would be for a clinical trial to find out whether WAY-316606 is safe. But they could soon have the choice between being bald or having a thick thatch of hair, as scientists claim they might have found a cure for male pattern baldness.

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