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  • Florida teen says she was chased by clown at school bus stop

    Florida teen says she was chased by clown at school bus stop

    A few days after a Florida woman said she saw a clown while walking her dog , a Florida teen reported being chased by a clown while she and her friends were going to the school bus stop. You can read the full letter here. We will not tolerate people threatening the safety of our school community. Clowns are creating profiles on Facebook , the agency noted, and are attempting to befriend juveniles.

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  • Supreme Court new order on Cauvery water sharing

    Supreme Court new order on Cauvery water sharing

    SC also asked Attorney General to facilitate meeting between executive heads of 2 states and the Centre to resolve Cauvery impasse. "I may go on an indefinite hunger strike along the border between the two states, if the problem persists", Bharti said, making an emotional appeal.

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  • Slaughterhouse recalls products due to E.Coli concern

    Slaughterhouse recalls products due to E.Coli concern

    The products may have been shipped to neighboring states in the immediate area. While throwing the product, please make sure that you seal it in the trash so that children, pets or any other animal could not eat it. Farmers sell the products at markets or other establishments and cooperatives. DPH encourages consumers who still have left-over beef, veal or bison products purchased from local farmers' markets or directly from a farm in CT to check the USDA plant code # printed on the label to ...

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  • Woman horrified by possible fried rat in her meal at Popeyes

    Woman horrified by possible fried rat in her meal at Popeyes

    I don't know about you, but when I'm trying to enjoy a nice box of Popeyes Chicken , I do not expect to see a gotdamn Pokemon looking right back at me. Typically, those claims are determined to be misunderstandings or fraudulent attempts to extort money from large companies. Popeyes' corporate spokeswoman Renee Krapowski told the Daily News that the franchise owner had contacted the Department of Health and that a subsequent inspection found nothing that would change its rating from an A.

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  • Clinton Feels Good, Says She Didn't Pass Out During Stumble

    A video from the memorial, held in NY, showed the former secretary of state almost collapsing and being whisked away by secret service agents. Addressing her pneumonia diagnosis , Clinton said she thought it was just a cough or seasonal allergies, until her doctor diagnosed her on Friday.

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  • Apple jacks up United Kingdom iPhone, iPad prices by as much as £100

    Although Apple has worked on the new iPhone's battery , just in case you need a smart battery case it's available in black and white and buying that will set you back by Rs. A non-mechanical home button? Without actually holding it in our hands, what do we think of it? But Apple isn't taking its chances, it seems. Also announced: a new Apple Watch that would seem to improve upon the 2015 version, which was widely panned for
inaccurate and spotty fitness tracking.

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  • Pennsylvania IDs its first case of sexually transmitted Zika

    Health minister Subramaniam Sathasivam said the woman, who is three- to four-months pregnant, lives in the southern city of Johor Bahru, next to Singapore, which has reported a total of 275 cases so far. Researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that the risk of a baby developing a severe brain defect could be as high as 13 percent among women infected with the Zika virus in the first trimester of pregnancy.

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  • Vitamin D supplements may cut asthma attacks

    Vitamin D supplements may cut asthma attacks

    A major review, involving almost 1,100 patients, found that people who took the supplements alongside their normal medication saw the risk of a severe attack fall from 6 per cent to 3 per cent. Nine clinical trials, spread over a year, involved seven studies which focused on 435 children and two studies involving 658 adults. The patients were suffering from mild to moderate asthma with a minority having severe asthma.

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  • West Nile virus reported in Miami County

    West Nile virus reported in Miami County

    The Mississippi Department of Health regularly releases information on West Nile and Zika cases while health officials continue to try to stop the spread of these mosquito-borne diseases. Be Aware of Peak Mosquito Hours - The hours from dusk to dawn are peak biting times for many mosquitoes. More than 200 cases were reported in 2003 and 2007, but generally the average is about 10 reported human infections each year.

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  • Utah's adult obesity rate down 1.2 percent

    Utah's adult obesity rate down 1.2 percent

    For the majority of US states, obesity rates for American adults remained stable between 2014 and 2015, according to the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation annual report. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System . Rates are highest among Latinos, men and people ages 45 to 64.

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  • Clinton Aide Abedin Leaves Husband Weiner after Third Sexting Scandal

    Clinton Aide Abedin Leaves Husband Weiner after Third Sexting Scandal

    ET/PT. In May, 2011, Weiner posted a link to a sexually explicit photograph of himself using his public Twitter account, thinking he was sending it as a direct message to a woman. Huma Mahmood Abedin was born in Kalamazoo, Mich. on July 28, 1976. He denied he had sent the post for several days, saying his account had been hacked, before admitting it and resigning from the Congress the next month.

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  • Clinton proposes plan to address mental health treatment

    Clinton proposes plan to address mental health treatment

    Recognizing that almost a fifth of all adults in the United States - more than 40 million people - are coping with a mental health problem, Hillary's plan will integrate our mental and physical health care systems. Though it would be hard for one candidate's plan to conform to the preferences of every advocacy group, Clinton's agenda does parallel numerous essential points made by major organizations.

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  • FDA grants Roche Zika test emergency authorization

    FDA grants Roche Zika test emergency authorization

    All areas with active transmission in the US are now in compliance with this guidance. Experts, including members from the American Red Cross, conducted a research earlier this month and believed that two Zika-positive people got the virus from a blood transfusion.

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  • Green Party candidate Jill Stein campaigning in Colorado

    A harsh Post editorial that came out of the interview, with the headline "Jill Stein's fairy-tale candidacy", called the policy proposals of the MA activist "poorly formed and wildly impractical". Stein's been actively courting Bernie Sanders supporters. Fort Collins resident Chris Holm registered as a Democrat to caucus for Sanders, whom he says won a nomination that was taken away from him.

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  • All US blood donations should be screened for Zika, FDA says

    The FDA is already testing blood in Florida and Puerto Rico. The FDA said the expanded testing will help to reduce the risk of transmission of the virus. "The transfusion of a pregnant woman with blood infected with the Zika virus could have bad consequences", Peter Marks, director of the FDA's Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said during a conference call with reporters.

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  • How A Florida Teen Survived A Rare Brain-Eating Amoeba Infection

    How A Florida Teen Survived A Rare Brain-Eating Amoeba Infection

    Of the four known survivors of the brain-eating amoeba, three took Impavido as part of the cocktail. "We were fortunate to be so close", said Sebastian's mother Brunilda Gonzalez. However, a spinal tab concluded it was an amoeba. Along with administering the medication, doctors also lower the patient's body temperature and induce a coma to prevent more damage to the brain.

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  • West Nile Virus Found In Dead Crow In Vilas County

    West Nile Virus Found In Dead Crow In Vilas County

    DES MOINES | Two cases of West Nile virus have been confirmed in Sioux County, the state's first confirmed cases of the disease in humans this year. In a media release, Public Health Inspector Stephanie Carlisle said, "We are not surprised with this result because West Nile virus activity has been increasing in Ontario over the past few weeks".

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  • Florida enlists commercial pest control firms in Zika fight

    As of Monday, Scott said the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services has tested more than 25,000 mosquitoes for Zika in Florida - none of which have come back positive. Overall, Florida has more than 450 known Zika cases, 440 of them in travelers. What to Do About Zika? Meantime, Scott says the department is trying to make sure Miami-Dade County has the additional funding requested by Mayor Carlos Gimenez on Friday.

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  • Excessive Heat Warning Issued for Much of State

    Excessive Heat Warning Issued for Much of State

    According to information from NWS, the combination of hot temperatures and high humidity could lead to dangerously hot conditions, which could quickly lead to heat-related illnesses. Know the signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke: high body temperature (104 degrees or higher is the main sign), headache, racing heart, altered mental state, flushed skin, rapid breathing, adjustment in sweating, nausea and vomiting.

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  • Zika in Puerto Rico now a health emergency

    Health authorities say they believe the number of Zika cases is much higher because eight of 10 people show no symptoms and many don't go to the doctor. At present, there is no vaccine for Zika virus . Two were the result of sexual transmission, while the remainder were travel-related. Most of the Zika cases in Florida have been transmitted by mosquitoes in a relatively small area north of downtown Miami, bound by Northwest Fifth Avenue to the west, Northwest/Northeast 38th Street to ...

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  • Olympics-All Blacks stunned by Japan in sevens opener, Sonny Bill injured

    Olympics-All Blacks stunned by Japan in sevens opener, Sonny Bill injured

    The New Zealand Olympic Team announced on their official Twitter feed that Williams had suffered a "partial Achilles rupture" and has been replaced by Sione Molia. "You never think you would see a minnow team come here and beat a gold medal contender". The New Zealand Olympic Committee (NZOC) later confirmed he would miss the rest of the tournament.

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