• New studies find lung cancer breakthroughs
New studies find lung cancer breakthroughs

Leena Gandhi, lead investigator of the study and director of the thoracic medical oncology program at Perlmutter Cancer Center at NYU Langone Health. Chief of Medical Oncology, Dr. Roy Herbst from the Yale Cancer Center said that, "I've been treating lung cancer for 25 years now, and I've never seen such a big paradigm shift as we're seeing with ...

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  • BJP woman leader attacks government over Unnao incident
BJP woman leader attacks government over Unnao incident

However, both the ministers denied that they sought the transfer of the investigation from J&K Police to the CBI when they had gone to Hiranagar, a town in Kathua district where they took part in the rally organised by the Hindu Ekta Manch, last month.

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  • English championship leaders Wolves secure promotion to Premier League
English championship leaders Wolves secure promotion to Premier League

Nuno Espirito Santo's side have led the division since November 18 and will end their six-year Premier League absence next season. Wolves players watched the game on television and were filmed anxiously watching the closing seconds before embracing in celebrations with Ikeme who is now undergoing chemotherapy after being diagnosed with acute...

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  • United Nations chief says Syria tensions could spark 'full-blown military escalation'
United Nations chief says Syria tensions could spark 'full-blown military escalation'

He expressed outrage at reports of alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria and regretted the SC has been unable to reach agreement on a resolution on the use of chemical weapons in Syria . Eight countries opposed condemnation while four abstained. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he has urged calm and efforts to restitute peace...

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  • Mary River Turtle Extinction Feared, Australia Has No Protection Plan
Mary River Turtle Extinction Feared, Australia Has No Protection Plan

To let it go extinct would be a huge mistake and failure of the humankind. Despite the listing, The Guardian wrote that the Australian government does not have a national recovery plan to protect the Mary River turtle from extinction and it is unclear whether any federal government funds have been put aside for its protection.

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  • Star-Lord Mocks Thor in a New Avengers: Infinity War Spot
Star-Lord Mocks Thor in a New Avengers: Infinity War Spot

Avengers: Infinity War is nearly here and, as the trailers, ticket sales and early reviews suggest, it's turning out to be one of the biggest superhero films ever. It was followed by roping in Varun Dhawan for Captain America in the movie Captain America Civil War . Watch the Avengers: Infinity War TV Spots.

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  • Calm Williamson guides SRH to third win
Calm Williamson guides SRH to third win

Together they strung a brief partnership to power KKR to 49 for 1 after the end of the powerplays. Pandey then nearly got next man Sunil Narine -- the first of the batting-order surprises -- but though he leapt like a goalkeeper, this time he grassed it on his second attempt.

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  • Arsenal draw Atletico in Europa League semis; Marseille to face Salzburg
Arsenal draw Atletico in Europa League semis; Marseille to face Salzburg

The match-ups were decided on Friday afternoon. Neither of them are in a Champions League qualification spot, so winning this cup can get them there. Arsenal players have talked up the club's chances of winning the competition but were given the toughest possible draw when they were matched with La Liga's Atletico Madrid .

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  • Drinking more alcohol linked to lower life expectancy, research finds
Drinking more alcohol linked to lower life expectancy, research finds

According to the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines, a standard drink in the United States is a 12 fl oz. can of regular (5 percent alcohol) beer, a 5 fl oz. For men, that means up to two drinks per day, or roughly 196 grams per week - almost double what researchers suggest. The study uses self-reported alcohol consumption across 19 high-income countri...

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  • Castaic school board approves raise for teachers Thursday
Castaic school board approves raise for teachers Thursday

After an investigation, police determined that Moeller had contacted a former student and had given the student money to buy a cellphone on Moeller's behalf, police said. He adds, "It has been an honor to serve at Summerville, arguably one of the finest school districts in the entire state". While state law lays out a process by which districts c...

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  • Coli infections linked to store-bought romaine lettuce
Coli infections linked to store-bought romaine lettuce

No word on what caused it. Symptoms include stomach cramps, diarrhea and vomiting, the CDC said. If you can not confirm the source of the romaine lettuce, do not buy it or eat it. Idahoans are getting sick from eating chopped romaine lettuce. Information collected to date indicates that chopped romaine lettuce from the Yuma, Arizona growing regio...

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  • Night owls face the risk of earlier death‚ study concludes
Night owls face the risk of earlier death‚ study concludes

According to a new study , it's diabetes , psychological problems and an increased risk of dying. According to a 2017 study, women who were more exposed to artificial light, perhaps due to living in the city or working night shifts, were 14 percent more at risk of developing breast cancer .

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  • Trojan Boys Golf tees off season today
Trojan Boys Golf tees off season today

City College finished with 391. Sophomore Alex Jones is the other returner for the Vikings. "I've 22 grandchildren and I do know what it's like as soon as they acquire one thing". The patrons cheered while Watson, Player and Nicklaus took turns to embrace and share a tear or two. Seniors Camryn Steinberg, who earned all-conference honors last...

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  • 24-Year-Old Melbourne Woman Jailed For Fake Cancer Scam
24-Year-Old Melbourne Woman Jailed For Fake Cancer Scam

Hanna Dickenson, who used a fake cancer scam to bilk friends and family out of tens of thousands of dollars, has been sentenced to three months in jail. While pronouncing the sentence, Magistrate David Starvaggi said Dickenson had "engaged in conduct that tears the very heartstrings of human nature.

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  • UW research links brain injuries with dementia
UW research links brain injuries with dementia

The risk of dementia increased with the number of TBIs and severity of injury, and even a single mild TBI (concussion) was linked with a higher risk of dementia (17% increased risk; 4.3% of participants with dementia had at least one mild TBI vs 4.0% of participants without dementia).
This study is one of the first to have a sufficient sample siz...

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  • Apple Ordered to Pay $502M After iMessage Patent War
Apple Ordered to Pay $502M After iMessage Patent War

Apple has lost in caught to VirnetX once again. The jury ruled that Apple's FaceTime , VPN on Demand and iMessage features infringed four of VirnetX's patents, according to a Bloomberg News report . Apple will likely not give in a pay up, so the battle will likely not end here. A recent jury awarded $302M in a case involving older Apple devices...

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  • Shikhar, bowlers script SRH win
Shikhar, bowlers script SRH win

The Royals didn't have a good start of the season as they lost to Sunrisers Hyderabad ( SRH ) without a fight and Delhi lost to Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in the opening encounter. So with that being the case, the two other players worth considering in addition to those I already have on my team - Ajinkya Rahane and Ben Stokes - are D'Arcy Short ...

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  • Woman blames cocaine in purse on windy day
Woman blames cocaine in purse on windy day

Police said an officer smelled marijuana , and while going through the auto, marijuana and cocaine were discovered in bags in Posey's purse, WPLG added. Even on drugs that excuse must have sounded pretty dumb in her head before she came out with it though. Posey was later released upon making bond. It wasn't immediately known if she has ...

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  • Organ donations at a record high
Organ donations at a record high

Here in Stratford, 47 per cent of residents are signed up to be organ donors. The GMC doctors said that though the request was made more than five years ago to procure the machines, they are still waiting to get the instruments, which would help in timely conduct of tests and facilitate faster transplant of kidneys.

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  • 3 people now dead from synthetic drug use
3 people now dead from synthetic drug use

Brodifacoum, a lethal anticoagulant often used in rat poison, has been found in individuals who were sickened by the drugs. The Coles County Health Department joined with departments statewide in issuing a warning about possible dangers of synthetic cannabis use.

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