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  • Fan accidentally oils down Kyle Busch's tires in Atlanta garage

    But, after a late yellow came out when Austin Dillon lost power, the No. 4 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford eclipsed the 45 miles per hour speed limit going into the pits. 2 Autotrader Ford. In the closing laps , Larson moved to the high side of the track to try and find more speed, but his Chip Ganassi Racing No. 42 Target Chevrolet couldn't find enough grip to hold on for the win.

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  • Pediatricians warn about dangers of kids using marijuana

    Parents' actions could make a real difference. As marijuana use for recreational purposes is becoming legal in a growing number of USA states, pediatricians are warning about dangers of kids using the controversial drug. Doctors believe that this is not the right attitude for a parent. "To not use substances in front of their children to model behaviors they want to see in their children", says Patrick.

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  • Conte: We still need 29 points for Premier League title

    Chelsea (from): Will appear here. "We just need to keep the same concentration". "Cesc had a really good game", Conte said during his post-match press conference. Last time both teams met was at the Liberty back in September when Diego Costa stopped Swansea from winning the game, scoring at the death to make it 2-2.

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  • Sorry, America: US life expectancy projected to lag behind other countries

    According to the latest research conducted by Imperial College London, in Europe, French women and Swiss men are predicted to have the highest life expectancies, averaging 88.6 years for French women and almost 84 years for Swiss men. However, despite the differences between male and female longevity, evidence from the study shows that the gap is narrowing, as men increasingly discard unhealthy habits.

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  • Neighbors concerned after rat-borne disease death in the Bronx

    According to the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the three known victims suffered from acute kidney and liver failure, said The New York Times . Officials said they planned to hold an emergency meeting Wednesday night to inform the NY community about leptospirosis and just how deadly it can be, said NBC 4 News .

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  • Northbrook company's muscular dystrophy drug wins FDA approval

    With the recent approval, Emflaza hit the USA markets with a price tag of $89,000 a year, even when the company offers the same drug in Europe for a fraction of that cost. In addition, he said, more patients will have access because their insurance companies will start covering the drug now that it has received FDA approval.

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  • Health Care Replacement Could Take Until 2018, Trump Says

    In other words, a significant portion of adults aren't entirely clear on the protections and benefits they could lose if Paul Ryan and the House Republicans are successful in their bid to gut Obamacare . To that end, I spoke on the Senate floor earlier this month to again offer up my ideas, which can be found on my website at http://bit.ly/2jyPzF1 . Will hospitals return to the pre-Obamacare environment where they relied less on insured patients and more on federal support? More than ...

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  • POTUS Twitter Account Switches to Trump, Drops 10 Million Followers

    POTUS Twitter Account Switches to Trump, Drops 10 Million Followers

    Donald Trump took over Friday as the 45th U.S. president and in doing so inherited the White House Twitter account from outgoing leader Barack Obama. One option understood to be under discussion in Whitehall is to agree to cut - or even drop - tariffs on items which Britain and America already export to one another.

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  • Snow, sleet and freezing rain forecast for parts of Vermont

    Snow, sleet and freezing rain forecast for parts of Vermont

    The Reno area will have a slight break in weather as the last of three storms to hit the area this week builds Saturday . Light to moderate snow is expected in the mountains Tuesday and Tuesday night. The National Weather Service placed all of eastern Idaho under a winter storm warning Monday afternoon. Winter weather advisories , winter storm warnings and wind advisories have been declared throughout most of Nevada because of the incoming storm.

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  • Franken says he'll vote against education secretary nominee

    Franken says he'll vote against education secretary nominee

    But perhaps no two topics have surrounded DeVos more this election season than vouchers and charter schools. On her wealth and conflicts: Like many of Trump's other wealthy Cabinet nominees (and Trump himself), DeVos has faced questions over conflicts of interest she could face in office.

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  • DAPL Construction Company Asking Court to Block Army Corps Study

    North Dakota GOP Lawmaker Proposes Bill That Would Let Motorists Run Over Pipeline Protesters https://t.co/pq8ZajpsK1 - AlterNet (@AlterNet) January 16, 2017 As Huffington Post reports , the North Dakota bill's sponsor claims that Standing Rock protesters are deliberately setting up North Dakota locals and first responders by their behavior at the disputed protest site.

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  • Salmon in US May Be Infected With Japanese Tapeworm, Study Says

    Salmon in US May Be Infected With Japanese Tapeworm, Study Says

    Alaska Department of Fish and Game pathologist Jayde Ferguson, who was one of the study's co-authors, spoke to the Alaska Dispatch News , explaining that while there may have been confusion at first between the two types of tapeworm , both fish and Japanese broad tapeworm are essentially similar in terms of how they affect fish.

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  • New Castle woman is Delaware's second flu-related death

    According to the CDC, every state is now reporting influenza outbreaks. Officials say 38 of the 46 deaths occurred in people who were 65 or older. This year's influenza strain is particularly hard on the elderly. IN health officials are urging residents to take precautions against the flu in light of four deaths since October and an increase in flu-like activity in several parts of the state.

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  • GOP Senate to move forward on 'Obamacare' repeal

    GOP Senate to move forward on 'Obamacare' repeal

    The data indicates that House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) and House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) each represent about 36,000 Obamacare customers, and that House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) has 19,300 enrollees living in his district.

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  • Not the right time for an election, says MLA

    Not the right time for an election, says MLA

    All parties in Northern Ireland are being urged to begin talks to reach a compromise, but Sinn Fein says it will not play ball. "Over this period the actions of the British Government and the DUP have undermined the institutions and eroded public confidence".

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  • New US guidelines developed for the prevention of peanut allergy

    New US guidelines developed for the prevention of peanut allergy

    The National Institue of Allergy and Infectious Diseases has set a road map for parents in three categories . "This includes infants at high risk of allergy". Assa'ad notes that prior to introduction, it's crucial to have a child at high risk for peanut allergies be seen by a doctor or an allergist, who can test for a peanut sensitivity.

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  • Jay Williams Criticizes The ACC Over Grayson Allen Situation

    Allen was being punished for intentionally tripping an Elon player, and this was his third tripping in the calendar year. Somehow, despite all of the chaos that has ensued, the Blue Devils sit at No. With his role stabilized, Allen had 15 points and seven assists with only one turnover. And obviously, sarcasm ruled the day. Let's see if Allen's learned from what ended up being a fair punishment.

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  • 'So sorry' Evernote rips up privacy changes

    After days of controversy surrounding its upcoming privacy policy change, Evernote has chose to change it up in response to customer feedback. In essence, the new Privacy Policy said the Evernote employees could read a user's notes with no way for them to opt-out.

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  • Coca-Cola says CEO Muhtar Kent to step down in May

    Major Coca-Cola shareholder Warren Buffet was pleased the news. James Quincey, Coca-Cola president and chief operating officer, will step into the top job in May, the company said. The markets were also happy about the decision, with the company's shares adding 2.5 percent in early trading Friday, reaching their highest level in four weeks.

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  • Jio extends free calls and data offer by three months

    A telecom expert, however, said that Reliance is not violating any TRAI guidelines as "it is offering free services as part of the commercial roll-out and not trial version". Jio will remain a customer obsessed company. Calls it Jio happy new offer. 92% towers experiencing high data speed. Mukesh Ambani-promoted Reliance Jio has crossed the 50 million subscriber mark in less than three months after its full-fledged 4G services launch to emerge as the largest broadband operator in the ...

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  • Ecstasy Tested for Post Traumatic Stress Relief in Clinical Trials

    Ecstasy Tested for Post Traumatic Stress Relief in Clinical Trials

    The FDA-backed study , funded by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies ( MAPS ), will involve more than 200 patients. Despite the treatments showing such positive results, the doctors express concern that legalising the use of the drug for medical use would encourage the unsupervised recreational use .

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  • Beastie Boys' Adam Horovitz joins NYC swastika protest

    Beastie Boys' Adam Horovitz joins NYC swastika protest

    Yauch, along with the other Beastie Boys bandmates, was Jewish. "Spray-painting swastikas on a children's playground is a messed-up thing to do". The rally was ignited by a call that was made to Squadron's office that alerted him about messages that said "Go Trump" and swastikas were being spray painted in Adam Yauch Park .

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  • Sindhu enters Hong Kong Open semis

    Sindhu enters Hong Kong Open semis

    She'd rustle up 6 straight points to come back from 11-18 down - relying on her will power and experience making Cheung scurry around. She made a comeback in the match as she won the second set 21-18. She (Xiaoyu Lian) played well. "I was leading but lost the second game". Things became worse for Sindhu as Xiayou raced away to a six-point lead and at 9-15, things looked grim.

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