• Families make it official on National Adoption Day
Families make it official on National Adoption Day

With so many children in need of safe homes, foster families are always in short supply. "And, to be completely honest, tons and tons of drug use that's resulting in kids entering foster care because their parents aren't able to take care of them".

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  • Hillary Clinton Gave This Absurd Reason For Why She Shouldn't Be Investigated
Hillary Clinton Gave This Absurd Reason For Why She Shouldn't Be Investigated

On Tuesday night, Shepard Smith debunked the widely spread (and false) Uranium One conspiracy theory - a work of fiction his colleagues are pushing to this day. On Wednesday, following the announcement that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considering assigning a special counsel to investigate accusations that Hillary Clinton's supposed involv...

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  • 33 pc reduction? Your dog is protecting you from this disease
33 pc reduction? Your dog is protecting you from this disease

Those who lived alone with a dog reduced their risk of death by a third and had an 11 percent reduced risk of cardiovascular disease . The scientists followed 3.4 million people over the course of 12 years and found that adults who live alone and owned a dog were 33 percent less likely to die during the study than adults who lived alone without ...

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  • A great day to quit
A great day to quit

Willcox, along with the rest of the county, is participating in the 2017 Great American Smokeout , said Amanda Baillie, public information officer with the Cochise County Board of Supervisors. "I think we need a reminder to quit", said Jeff Drope with the American Cancer Society. She says even the smell of smoke can trigger someone who's trying to...

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  • High blood pressure is redefined as 130, not 140 - U.S. guidelines
High blood pressure is redefined as 130, not 140 - U.S. guidelines

It means half of adults in the USA now have high blood pressure. The distinction between those who now have high blood pressure and those who need medication is important: while the number of USA adults with hypertension will rise to 46 percent from 32 percent, only a small fraction of those will need drugs to treat it, say the authors of the ...

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  • Karnataka: Private Doctors moved on indefinite strike
Karnataka: Private Doctors moved on indefinite strike

Jayanna told IANS here. "The state Advocate General (Madhusudan Naik) has submitted a letter to the bench from the Chief Minister (Siddaramaiah) assuring the High Court that the state government would discuss the provisions of the amendment bill with the representatives of the doctors association on Friday at Belagavi", said Veeranna quoting Na...

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  • Former Dolphins CB Byron Maxwell agrees to deal with Seahawks
Former Dolphins CB Byron Maxwell agrees to deal with Seahawks

Defensive back Jeremy Lane could be in line to take up Sherman's starting spot on the left side that is opposite rookie Shaquill Griffin . Lane figured his return would be awkward, but when he walked back into the Seahawks' locker room for the first time, teammates greeted him with a round of applause and hugs.

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  • Roy Moore's lawyer tries freaky teen-dating defense with MSNBC host
Roy Moore's lawyer tries freaky teen-dating defense with MSNBC host

He also stated that people of Velshi's "background" have arranged marriages when they are young that are "consensual marriage". Ruhle cut in again saying, "Ali is from Canada". "I understand that", Garmon replied. Instead of zeroing in on the Washington Post or the New Yorker , Moore's new attorney, Trenton Garmon , sent a typo-ridden...

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  • Cards Against Humanity purchases land in attempt to stop Trump's border wall
Cards Against Humanity purchases land in attempt to stop Trump's border wall

Well it's Cards Against Humanity versus the President of the United States, it would seem. In their " Frequently Asked Questions " page, the company responded to a question about why they have made a decision to get political. Cards Against Humanity was also in the spotlight when a transgender person highlighted the "passable transvestite" ...

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  • FDA Warns About Dangers Of 'Natural' Opioid Kratom
FDA Warns About Dangers Of 'Natural' Opioid Kratom

Some people think kratom is safe because it comes from a plant - it's a relative of coffee - but many poisons come from plants, including opioids , cyanide and ricin. "If they find people here who are opening the gates to these drugs, there may be opportunities for the FDA to investigate at a high level", former principal deputy FDA commissioner...

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  • Antibiotic misuse could lead to their ineffectiveness
Antibiotic misuse could lead to their ineffectiveness

BEVA is a consistent campaigner for the responsible use of antibiotics; previous year it introduced the BEVA Antibiotic Champion Award to encourage members to document their efforts to reduce the use of critically important antibiotics. Those surrendering antibiotics will also be given the chance to sign up to become an "antibiotic guardian" - an i...

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  • This Digital Pill Can Track Patient's Medication Usage
This Digital Pill Can Track Patient's Medication Usage

Monday's hard-won approval could come as a big boost for Otsuka, which had lost market share after Abilify went generic but will now have a way to make the product stand out. Abilify MyCite is not approved to treat patients with dementia-related psychosis. It's also been pointed out that as schizophrenia symptoms often include paranoia, it's unli...

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  • New Blood Pressure Guidelines Mean Yours Might be Too High Now
New Blood Pressure Guidelines Mean Yours Might be Too High Now

Data from SPRINT, which was also used in the new meta-analyses that were done for the guidelines , supports the lower blood pressure goal of 130/80 mm Hg for adults, including adults aged 65 years and older in institutionalized ambulatory, community-living settings, according to MacLaughlin.

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  • Former high school standout, current Arkansas QB arrested on DUI charges
Former high school standout, current Arkansas QB arrested on DUI charges

In its online database , the sheriff's office states Cole Kelley was booked at around 8:45 a.m. Sunday. Bielema said Kelley has a court date on Wednesday, and he won't play in Saturday's game. In his place, Kelley completed 3 of 10 attempts for 36 yards and threw an interception. Allen completed only 12 of 23 passes for 140 yards against the T...

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  • Congratulations, Sex Probably Won't Give You a Heart Attack
Congratulations, Sex Probably Won't Give You a Heart Attack

Sudden cardiac arrest occurs when an electrical impulse goes awry and the heart suddenly stops beating, halting blood flow to the brain and other vital organs. The odds that sex will kill you by inducing sudden cardiac arrest are probably lower than 1 percent. Almost 20 percent of the sex-related sudden cardiac arrest patients survived compared...

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  • Delhi smog: City's residents frustrated over vehicle rationing
Delhi smog: City's residents frustrated over vehicle rationing

The Odd-Even Rule will be coming back to Delhi for the third time and will be implemented from 13 November 2017 and be valid throughout the week till 17 November 2017. Air pollution is a leading cause of premature death in India. The harassment one goes through as a woman using public transport was enough to prompt me to put my savings into a dep...

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  • Target pulls fidget spinners over lead concerns
Target pulls fidget spinners over lead concerns

The spinners are the "Fidget Wild Premium Spinner Brass" and the "Fidget Wild Premium Spinner Metal". The group said tests conducted showed the items contained between 520 parts per million and 33,000 ppm of lead. Kara Cook-Schultz, toxics director for the U.S. PIRG Education Fund, said while the spinners might not be officially classified as toys,...

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  • Adepoju Wants Nigeria To End WC Qualifiers Undefeated
Adepoju Wants Nigeria To End WC Qualifiers Undefeated

Despite the fact that only 5 players who started in Eagles last three games played in the game on Friday, Madjah said his players fought against a strong side at post-match conference. Brahimi, who had gone down easily throughout the game, was not appealing this time as Abdullahi made minimal contact. The group's other teams Zambia, on seven poin...

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  • How to Watch Washington vs. Stanford
How to Watch Washington vs. Stanford

The Huskies' head coach, Chris Peterson, said he spent extra time working with his defense this week to make sure they knew exactly what a fullback does and how to contain them. Love hasn't completed a full practice in over a month due to an ankle injury . The Pac-12's best, faint hope now lies with Southern California, ranked 11th in the l...

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  • Aguero seals Argentina win
Aguero seals Argentina win

Argentina's victor came with just four minutes to play and the victory marks another important milestone for Jorge Sampaoli . Akinfeev was the hero of the first half as he produced another impressive save after Aguero's powerful shot from just nine yards out.

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