• Disneyland shuts cooling towers after Legionnaires' cases
Disneyland shuts cooling towers after Legionnaires' cases

The 12 cases range in age from 52 to 94, Good said. Please adhere to our commenting policy to avoid being banned. Of the 12, 10 have been hospitalized and one has died. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention notified county officials of the outbreak among people who had traveled to Orange County. The water towers are situated in ...

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  • IIUDs May Have a Surprising Benefit: Protection Against Cervical Cancer
IIUDs May Have a Surprising Benefit: Protection Against Cervical Cancer

According to ScienceDaily, cervical cancer is the third most common cancer in women worldwide. IUDs are small, T-shaped devices placed in the uterus to prevent sperm from reaching an egg. Are you on birth control? However, the study only showed an association between IUDs and a lower risk of cervical cancer. "It looks real. It smells real, ...

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  • Top doctors release a warning about alcohol: It dramatically increases cancer risk
Top doctors release a warning about alcohol: It dramatically increases cancer risk

Yet few adults, when asked, identify alcohol consumption as a risk factor for cancer, even though the vast majority were familiar with other cancer risk factors, like smoking and sun exposure, a recent ASCO survey of 4,016 adults found.

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  • U.S. scientists discover that exhaustion slows down brain cells
U.S. scientists discover that exhaustion slows down brain cells

Senior author Dr Itzhak Fried, professor of neurosurgery at the David Geffen School of Medicine at the University of California - Los Angeles and Tel Aviv University, said: "Inadequate sleep exerts a similar influence on our brain as drinking too much".

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  • So far, ACA enrollment numbers are 'a big surprise'
So far, ACA enrollment numbers are 'a big surprise'

So: How do you go about persuading people to sign up for health-care coverage that half of Congress despises, that the president is actively seeking to disrupt, and that may not exist in the foreseeable future? The remaining 39 states rely on the federally run Health Care.gov site, whose spending on advertising to inform the public about it and the...

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  • Fog blankets Delhi-NCR as air pollution hits 'severe' levels
Fog blankets Delhi-NCR as air pollution hits 'severe' levels

The AQI levels recorded were - Delhi Technical University (452), Punjabi Bagh (435), Dilshad Garden (413), North Campus (445), Shadipur (466), Mandir Marg (433), Pusa (453- SAFAR data), Dwarka (435), Lodhi Road (569-SAFAR data), R.K. That's not all. The EPCA has asked the Delhi government to start preparing for measures such as odd-even and ban o...

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  • Stents May Not Be Better Than Drug Therapy in Some Heart Patients
Stents May Not Be Better Than Drug Therapy in Some Heart Patients

In fact, these cardiologists are calling for a downgrade in stent recommendations, citing the fact that over half a million patients in the USA and Europe undergo stent treatment, and that a significant minority go through severe complications like heart attacks, stroke, kidney failure and even death.

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  • Ivanka Trump dons bright pink miniskirt for Japan speech: Chic or inappropriate?
Ivanka Trump dons bright pink miniskirt for Japan speech: Chic or inappropriate?

The same went for her subsequent dinner plans at a swanky Tokyo restaurant. But despite her well-intentioned comments, Ivanka Trump didn't get a positive response from Twitter , as many were quick to point out her father, President Donald Trump's, history of misogyny and treating women poorly.

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  • 38 million fire extinguishers recalled
38 million fire extinguishers recalled

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has announced the recall of Kidde fire extinguishers with plastic handles. Kidde says it has received a report of a death in the USA involving a auto fire and some 390 other reports of malfunctions involving extinguishers in the US that led to 16 injuries.

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  • Arrest for Horrific Alleged Treatment of Roommate
Arrest for Horrific Alleged Treatment of Roommate

Brochu, who won a $20,000-per-year art scholarship to the university, has been expelled following her arrest, according to President Greg Woodward . That community no longer contains Brochu though, since Woodward stated that she will not be returning to school and called her actions "reprehensible".

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  • Whitbread plc (WTB) Rating Lowered to Equal weight at Morgan Stanley
Whitbread plc (WTB) Rating Lowered to Equal weight at Morgan Stanley

Credit Suisse has "Outperform" rating and GBX 955 target. The rating was maintained by Macquarie Research with "Outperform" on Tuesday, October 10. In a research report made public on Friday morning, Peel Hunt reaffirmed their "Buy" rating on shares of WEIR.

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  • Netflix fires Kevin Spacey, actor no longer involved with House of Cards
Netflix fires Kevin Spacey, actor no longer involved with House of Cards

In America, Netflix said it would cut all ties with Spacey , and will not be involved with any further production of " House of Cards " that includes him. London police said they had begun investigating an alleged 2008 sexual assault reportedly linked to Spacey . Additionally, Spacey revealed that he has "had relationships with both men ...

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  • Victims of New York City truck attack
Victims of New York City truck attack

Another friend, Cesar Lagostino, attended a candlelight vigil for the victims Wednesday evening outside the school. "It hurts us to think that people that these are people who walked the same school halls as we did or that studied in our same classrooms", Agustin Riccardi, a senior at the school, told The Associated Press.

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  • Golden Temple witnesses heavy rush of devotees on Guru Nanak Jayanti
Golden Temple witnesses heavy rush of devotees on Guru Nanak Jayanti

Born on April 15, 1469, in Rai-Bhoi-di Talwandi (now in Pakistan; Nankana Sahib), Guru Nanak is known as one of the "greatest religious innovators of all times". Sikh Jatha Leaving For Pakistan. "In the langar special delicacies prepared in the community kitchen were served and people irrespective of their caste, community and religion feasted to...

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  • United States places punitive tariffs on Canadian lumber amid impasse
United States places punitive tariffs on Canadian lumber amid impasse

In its final determination, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced most Canadian producers will pay a combined countervailing and anti-dumping rate of 20.83 per cent, down from the 26.75 per cent it declared in the preliminary determinations issued earlier in the year.

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  • City lands major college game
City lands major college game

Volunteers coach Butch Jones didn't specify the nature of the injury that knocked Kendrick out of the Kentucky game. "The City of Inglewood is excited to be the home of college football's biggest event, the College Football Playoff National Championship in 2023", said Inglewood Mayor James Butts.

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  • Non-smokers get extra vacation time at this company
Non-smokers get extra vacation time at this company

According to the World Health Organisation, 21.7 per cent of Japanese adults smoke. Although the United States has had its own problems with people not taking enough time off from work, Americans aren't smoking as much as they used to. Since then, four have quit smoking, Matsushima said. The country's smoking laws confine most outdoor smoki...

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  • Gender equality in SA is sliding - WEF
Gender equality in SA is sliding - WEF

The WEF report said South Africa has fully closed its health and survival gender gap, and has also almost closed its educational attainment gender gap, although a persistent gap in literacy is holding it back in this segment. The gap between men and women again began to increase. For instance, while Western European countries could close their ...

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  • England Announce Squad For Germany & Brazil Clashes, Snub 8
England Announce Squad For Germany & Brazil Clashes, Snub 8

Winks was drafted into the last England squad, winning his first cap in the World Cup qualifier against Lithuania , after injuries to Fabian Delph and Phil Jones. Young has not played for England since a World Cup qualifying match against Ukraine on 10 September 2013, but has never given up on his dream of representing his country again.

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  • Buhari holds closed door meeting with Tinubu
Buhari holds closed door meeting with Tinubu

So the meeting is to welcome him and we are all grateful that he has come back and we are happy and we assured him that we will continue to cooperate with the executive and also to acknowledge the role we played while he was away. "We are the party of the people for the people and by the people and this is democratic environment". "I can tell you...

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