• Yellow weather warning for Yorkshire
Yellow weather warning for Yorkshire

It suggest that showers will be more frequent in the west and north of the country. Met Éireann has issued a snow-ice warning, beginning at 9pm tonight and staying in place until 9am tomorrow morning. Temperatures are expected to plummet overnight to -1C in the north-west of Scotland and near freezing in the north-east of England, Northern Irel...

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  • Indian PM gears up to travel to Ramallah tomorrow for historic visit
Indian PM gears up to travel to Ramallah tomorrow for historic visit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi landed in Jordan on Friday, the first destination on his current tour of the Middle East. India has always been a leading country in the traditionally pro-Palestinian nonaligned movement, but has developed warm relations with Israel in recent years.

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  • Human eggs grown to maturity in the lab for the first time
Human eggs grown to maturity in the lab for the first time

In previous studies, scientists had developed mouse eggs to produce live offspring, and had matured human eggs from a relatively late stage of development. Stuart Lavery, of Hammersmith Hospital, said: "This preliminary work offers hope for patients ahead of sterilising treatments, such as chemotherapy , that they will be able to be parents late...

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  • Flu outbreak has killed at least 63 children: CDC officials
Flu outbreak has killed at least 63 children: CDC officials

The rate of hospitalizations for the flu reached 59.9 per 100,000 Americans for the week, up from 51.4 a week earlier. The state reports there were 152 influenza-related hospitalizations reported last week. She said she hadn't been this sick from the flu since the 1960s, when she was a young mother who couldn't get out of bed to go to the crib of...

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  • Flu deaths at 125 in Arkansas; child among 3 this week
Flu deaths at 125 in Arkansas; child among 3 this week

Tulsa County has had the great numbers fall victim to the flu than any other area with a total of 23 influenza-related deaths and 748 hospitalizations. The North Georgia Health District says they've been hit extremely hard by the flu epidemic . The CDC said all but two states and the D.C. reported "widespread" flu activities for the week ending...

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  • Some ThinkPad laptops recalled for fire hazard
Some ThinkPad laptops recalled for fire hazard

WARNING: If your laptop is included in the recall, stop using it immediately . Three such incidents have been reported to Lenovo, none of which ended in a blaze. The number of affected laptop units is estimated to be 83,500. When you contact a technical support representative, please advise them you are calling in reference to the ThinkPad X1 C...

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  • Diet Including Certain Protein Prevents Breast Cancer
Diet Including Certain Protein Prevents Breast Cancer

Most breast cancer patients do not die from their primary tumour, but from the spread of cancer to the lungs, brain, bones, or other organs. Asparagine is an amino acid naturally made by the human body to serve as building blocks for proteins.

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  • T20I tri-series: England vs Australia, Player ratings
T20I tri-series: England vs Australia, Player ratings

England: Roy, Hales , Malan, Morgan (c), Buttler (wkt), Billings, Willey , Rashid , Jordan, T Curran, Wood. He too was dismissed by Maxwell , in an attempt for a slog-sweep that ended in a catch to deep square leg. Earlier, seamer Billy Stanlake was punished by England early on after they were asked to bat, with his first three overs taken...

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  • Woman Finds Dead Lizard Sticking To Fork While Eating Salad
Woman Finds Dead Lizard Sticking To Fork While Eating Salad

The lettuce came from California . "[You] need to be really diligent about washing your produce no matter where you get it from". Michelle happily stuck her fork into a firmer part of the lunch, thinking it was an avocado, but recoiled moments later after raising the creature to her mouth.

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  • 'Jesus gave us the flu shot' says Trump religious adviser Copeland
'Jesus gave us the flu shot' says Trump religious adviser Copeland

And don't receive it when somebody's threatening you with 'Everybody's getting the flu.' We've already had our shot. However, the Kenneth Copeland Ministries religious center proposes ten "wishes" that can relieve those who have flu symptoms.

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  • Due to Public Outcry, Publix Will Offer PrEP Coverage to Employees
Due to Public Outcry, Publix Will Offer PrEP Coverage to Employees

That means covering Truvada , basically, as part of its health insurance program. We offer generous health coverage to our eligible full-time and part-time associates at an affordable premium and are committed to the health and well-being of our associates and their families.

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  • FDA Reports Natural Opiate Kratom Could Pose Addiction Dangers
FDA Reports Natural Opiate Kratom Could Pose Addiction Dangers

Many people killed by kratom often mixed the drug with other substances , including inhaler chemicals and over-the-counter cold and flu medicine. Gottlieb said the FDA has been especially concerned about kratom's use to treat opioid withdrawal symptoms, and warned against it.

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  • Experts urge smokers to switch to e-cigarettes for
Experts urge smokers to switch to e-cigarettes for "substantial" health gains

E-cigarettes should be available on prescription to help people quit smoking, a review has said. Academic Ann McNeill, professor of tobacco addiction at King's College London said: "When people smoke tobacco cigarettes, they inhale a lethal mix of 7,000 smoke constituents, 70 of which are known to cause cancer".

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  • John Mahoney, who played grouchy dad on 'Frasier,' dead at 77
John Mahoney, who played grouchy dad on 'Frasier,' dead at 77

He continued to add film credits to his resume with impressive roles in iconic films such as Say Anything ..., Reality Bites , In the Line of Fire , The American President , Eight Men Out as well as the Coen Brothers' Barton Fink and The Hudsucker Proxy .

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  • Got the flu? Here's what works to lessen the misery
Got the flu? Here's what works to lessen the misery

Also, anyone who has asthma, heart disease, blood disorders, endocrine disorders, kidney or liver problems, metabolic disorders, weakened immune system, extreme obesity or neurological and neurodevelopmental conditions are considered high-risk.

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  • Hot Tea Promotes Esophageal Cancer in Heavy Smokers and Drinkers
Hot Tea Promotes Esophageal Cancer in Heavy Smokers and Drinkers

Although the exact mechanism is not known, research has suggested that frequently consuming scalding liquids may result in long-term injury to the cells lining the oesophagus, said Jun Lv, an epidemiologist at Peking University in China . In people who didn't have those two vices, however, drinking tea did not seem to have a significant effect on ...

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  • Caleb Ekuban's Leeds United Sack Manager Thomas Christiansen After Poor Run
Caleb Ekuban's Leeds United Sack Manager Thomas Christiansen After Poor Run

That contract was understood to have a release clause, which Leeds activated yesterday. Leeds United today confirmed that Thomas Christiansen is to leave the club after eight months in charge. Leeds were hammered 4-1 at home to Cardiff City on Saturday, two weeks after losing to Millwall at Elland Road and nearly a month on from their FA Cu...

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  • Gunman targets African migrants in Italy's Macerata
Gunman targets African migrants in Italy's Macerata

All six people - five men and one women - who were shot in the drive-by attacks were migrants originally from Africa, authorities have said. Authorities say a lone gunman targeted foreigners in a series of drive-by shootings in a central Italian city, wounding six people, before being arrested.

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  • Olivier Giroud rejected Roma, Sevilla, Dortmund to work with Antonio Conte
Olivier Giroud rejected Roma, Sevilla, Dortmund to work with Antonio Conte

And with the World Cup in Russian Federation on the horizon, Giroud revealed that French manager Didier Deschamps urged him to change clubs to get some valuable game time. "But the fact is, the coach wanted to recruit a new forward [Aubameyang]". The £18 million deal that took Olivier Giroud from Arsenal to Chelsea isn't exactly the sta...

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