• Trump Admin Prohibiting CDC From Using Words 'Transgender,' 'Fetus' And 'Diversity'
Trump Admin Prohibiting CDC From Using Words 'Transgender,' 'Fetus' And 'Diversity'

The banned words are " diversity ", "fetus ", " transgender ", " vulnerable ", " entitlement ", " science-based " and "evidence-based", according to The Washington Post , CNN , and multiple other media sites. As news of the word ban spreads at the CDC, the analyst expects growing backlash. Other CDC officials confirmed the existence of a list o...

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  • Flu Widespread in New York This Season: Health Dept.
Flu Widespread in New York This Season: Health Dept.

Having a global estimate is useful, she said, but it masks considerable variation among countries, and the country-specific estimates in the new study are valuable, because they can be used by policymakers. "The Australia data is interesting, but we don't know yet how well it applies to us", said Dr. Michael Parry, director of infectious diseases...

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  • Josh McCown broke his hand
Josh McCown broke his hand

Regardless, Anderson should still continue being a force to reckon with and have another strong game against the Broncos . McCown's injury played a major part in the Jets' struggle to move the ball, but Denver looked truly stifling against everyone NY put on the field.

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  • Early flu season could leave more North Dakotans sick
Early flu season could leave more North Dakotans sick

Although it is relatively early in this flu season, influenza activity in SC at this point has been higher than normal. A typical case can last close to a week; serious complications include dehydration and pneumonia. Children, especially those with underlying health conditions, are at higher risk of severe outcomes from influnza infection. Fl...

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  • Cheese Is Good For You Again, Studies Show
Cheese Is Good For You Again, Studies Show

Cheese is undoubtedly one of our favorite foods. Now, cheese-lovers can sleep well knowing that their midnight snack or post-night-out cheese fry indulgence is actually good for them. But don't stock up on the Cheddar just yet; both studies have their own limitations. However, it is hard to conclude whether these associations had any influence ...

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  • OR begins search for next head football coach
OR begins search for next head football coach

Before joining OR this season, Taggart spent four years at USF and three years at Western Kentucky. Warchant, among other outlets , are reporting that Willie Taggart will become the 10th head coach in FSU's history, and the first full-time minority head coach.

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  • Yemen's Saleh says 'citizens have revolted against Houthi aggression'
Yemen's Saleh says 'citizens have revolted against Houthi aggression'

Diab says the Saudi-coalition forces are not too far from the capital, and the Houthis have become widely despised due to shortages of food, water, medicine and money. He also points up that Saleh's move represents a turning point in the situation inside the country, in which the tables have been turned against the Houthis, and the situation has re...

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  • Fare hike will kill Delhi Metro, says Arvind Kejriwal
Fare hike will kill Delhi Metro, says Arvind Kejriwal

Kejriwal also asked what goal the metro serves if people stop using it. It implemented a second round of hike on October 10 - fares went up 100% across most slabs compared to pre-May fares.Daily ridership in June 2017 fell by almost 1.5 lakh compared to June 2016.

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  • Yemen: Saudi Arabia authorizes flights to Sanaa
Yemen: Saudi Arabia authorizes flights to Sanaa

According to the White House, the Houthi rebels, backed by the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps , have used destabilizing missile systems to target Saudi Arabia-systems that were not present in Yemen before the conflict. Some 17 million Yemenis are in desperate need of food, seven million of whom are at risk of starvation, according to ...

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  • Balkh records 443 cases of violence against women
Balkh records 443 cases of violence against women

Thousands of people gathered in the centre of the capital to protest violence against women to mark the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. What the challenges that contribute to this ongoing acceptance of violence against women? UN Women Executive Director Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka said that gender-based violence ...

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  • YouTube cracks down on child-exploiting channels
YouTube cracks down on child-exploiting channels

Others include the phone numbers of adults or requests for videos to fulfil sexual fetishes. For kids, there are millions of cartoons available, but not all of them are showing kid-appropriate content. "We have an iPad for our kids and they don't have access to the Internet on it, no YouTube app, only the apps I put on it". "We are shocked and ap...

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  • Does vodka actually make you more aggressive?
Does vodka actually make you more aggressive?

Heavy or dependent drinkers also reported aggressive feelings more commonly than low-risk drinkers did, and were five times more likely than low-risk drinkers were to report feeling energized by alcohol . Nearly one in three (30 per cent) spirit drinkers found that it made them more aggressive, compared to just 2.5 per cent of red or white wine...

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  • OH politician criticized for Facebook post 'trivializing' sexual assault
OH politician criticized for Facebook post 'trivializing' sexual assault

Hours after OH judge and gubernatorial candidate Bill O'Neill bragged about bedding "approximately 50 very attractive females" in defense of allegations of harassment against Sen. "Justice O'Neill's Facebook comments both dehumanize women and do nothing but trivialize this important conversation, which is actually about harassment and abuse, not en...

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  • Saudi-led coalition strike puts Yemeni airport 'out of service'
Saudi-led coalition strike puts Yemeni airport 'out of service'

The U.S.is supporting a Saudi Arabia-led coalition in the conflict, with intelligence, aerial refueling and the sale of weapons . Houthi officials said two airstrikes targeted Sanaa's global airport in the rebel-held capital early on Tuesday, making it unusable for aid flights and further complicating humanitarian efforts into the country, Al ...

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  • Trump announces pick for new Health and Human Services secretary on Twitter
Trump announces pick for new Health and Human Services secretary on Twitter

Photo Alex Azar, then deputy Health and Human Services secretary, in June 2006. Azar's Senate confirmation could be hard, with the chamber's 48 Democrats unlikely to approve a candidate who supports dismantling the Affordable Care Act. Azar, who also served as the General Counsel for HHS prior to becoming Deputy Secretary, would likely continue t...

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  • Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after Legionnaires' disease sickens park visitors
Disneyland shuts down 2 cooling towers after Legionnaires' disease sickens park visitors

The victims' ages range from 52 to 94. Nine of the 12 reportedly visited Disneyland in September reported the Associated Press (h/t ABC 7 News .) One person, "with additional health issues", who did not visit the park has died from the disease.

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  • Man accused of attacking Sen. Paul pleads not guilty
Man accused of attacking Sen. Paul pleads not guilty

Paul posted on his Twitter feed a report linking to a Breitbart News story headlined "Rand Paul's neighbors say reports blaming savage assault on "landscaping dispute" are fake news", and one from The Washington Examiner titled, "Rand Paul's neighbors rip media "landscaping dispute" reports".

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  • Danica Roem will become first openly trans legislator after stomping her opponent
Danica Roem will become first openly trans legislator after stomping her opponent

Marshall made Roem's gender identity a source of attacks in the campaign too, repeatedly using male pronouns to refer to Roem and sending out an attack ad on a flyer based exclusively around Roem being trans. In 1992 a transgender woman was voted into the Massachusetts House, but didn't disclose her gender identity until after she was elected. Ov...

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  • Andrea Jenkins becomes Minneapolis' first transgender city council member
Andrea Jenkins becomes Minneapolis' first transgender city council member

During the campaign, she said her priorities include developing affordable housing, raising the minimum wage, addressing youth violence as a matter of public health, and supporting minority artists. Marshall said in an interview with NPR that Roem "engage [d] in this behavior - which clearly goes against the laws of nature and nature's God", and la...

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  • NC reports first 2 flu deaths of the season
NC reports first 2 flu deaths of the season

There is a common myth from some people that they may get the flu after being vaccinated, but Teasdale said that's all it is, a myth. Every year, the flu is estimated to cause millions of illnesses, said California Department of Public Health (CDPH) officials.

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  • 4th Annual Teal Pumpkin Paint Party
4th Annual Teal Pumpkin Paint Party

This way all kids can safely be included in Halloween activities. About one in 13 children has a food allergy. Let's look at it this way: A parent takes their child trick-or-treating and collects a plastic pumpkin full of candy. You can now find teal pumpkins sold in stores like CVS, Target, and Michael's, and if you are looking to see who has ...

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  • ICICI Bank second-quarter profit falls, but bad loans stable
ICICI Bank second-quarter profit falls, but bad loans stable

Even as the bank reported a 25 percent rise in its net profit to Rs 1,002 crore, YES Bank's net NPAs rose almost three-fold to Rs 1,543.26 crore in Q2FY2018 from Rs 545.31 crore in Q1FY2018. "If you look at last quarter our slippages was at Rs 5,511 but now it has declined to Rs 3,367 crore". Yes Bank, however, said of the total exposure under ...

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  • DEA to hold prescription drug take back day Saturday across SC
DEA to hold prescription drug take back day Saturday across SC

Felicity Police Department, 415 W. Walnut St., and Pierce Township Police Department, 950 Locust Corner Road, will staff collection sites on October 28 from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. The U.S. rate is 16.2 and the New Mexico rate is 24.6. How can you join in the fight against prescription drug abuse? Dozens of local agencies and organizations are parti...

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  • Spain deny Mali another World Cup final
Spain deny Mali another World Cup final

But Mali too are flying and their figures are staggering: the highest number of goals, the highest number of assists, three players in the top 10 of the tournament's leading scorers, most shots on goal, most shots on target, most shots that hit the woodwork.

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  • New York Includes Vaping Under Smoking Ban
New York Includes Vaping Under Smoking Ban

In July , New York banned all use of e-cigarettes on public and private school grounds in the state. "This measure closes another unsafe loophole in the law, creating a stronger, healthier NY for all". E-cigarettes are electronic devices used to mimic smoking tobacco. E-cigs have become a $2.5 billion industry according to the Centers for Diseas...

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  • Bowe Bergdahl Says Life Is Actually Worse Since Release from Taliban
Bowe Bergdahl Says Life Is Actually Worse Since Release from Taliban

Almost eight years subsequently the enigma of what happened to Bergdahl is deciphered but the outcome of his resolution to abandon is still on hold. Why is Bergdahl on trial? Bergdahl deserted from his outpost in Afghanistan in June 2009.

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  • Thousands Lace Up In OC In Fight Against Breast Cancer
Thousands Lace Up In OC In Fight Against Breast Cancer

This year's goal is to raise more than $37,000, which is used for breast cancer research and programs that provide services to breast cancer patients, such as Look Good, Feel Better and Reach to Recovery . Beatrice Wiafe Addai, said, "The annual BCI Ghana Walk for the Cure has assumed a national character, attracting people from every strata of ...

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  • Pakistani journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after two years in captivity
Pakistani journalist Zeenat Shahzadi recovered after two years in captivity

As yet no statement has been issued by the recovered journalist or her family. The reporter was pursuing the case of Indian engineer Hamid Ansari, who was jailed in Peshawar on espionage charges. Fauzia told Pakistan newspaper that said she was delighted to know about Shahzadi's release. "She first obtained all the details about Hamid's case and ...

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  • Vermont unemployment rate falls again, now 2.9 percent
Vermont unemployment rate falls again, now 2.9 percent

Pennsylvania's nonfarm jobs count was up 10,300 to a record high of 5,970,400 in September. The state has added 27,100 private sector jobs during the first nine months of the year. Pennsylvania's civilian labor force was down 15,000 over the month to 6,414,000. The biggest gains were made in Trade, Transportation and Utilities, and Leisure and ...

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  • Germany has less flying insects than 27 years ago
Germany has less flying insects than 27 years ago

Additionally, which could be more related, scientists also saw that the number of insect-eating birds has also dramatically decreased throughout Western Europe in these last years. The exact causes of the decline are still unclear. In the study, researchers conducted a "census" 60 nature reserves created in Germany over the past century.

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  • Former Arkansas standout Bobby Portis gets significant suspension from Bulls
Former Arkansas standout Bobby Portis gets significant suspension from Bulls

Mirotic was taken to the hospital and released later Tuesday, sources said . Chicago Bulls forward Bobby Portis has been suspended eight games by the team for his role in a practice altercation with Nikola Mirotic that resulted in Mirotic being hospitalized and sidelined indefinitely.

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  • GM Bringing Self-Driving Cars to NYC For Street Trials
GM Bringing Self-Driving Cars to NYC For Street Trials

General Motors is planning to test self-driving cars in the streets of New York City early next year. General Motors and its self-driving unit, Cruise Automation , are already creating maps for the "geofenced" area of Manhattan where they will conduct their research.

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  • While in jail, Talwars gave medical service for free, refused remuneration: Jailor
While in jail, Talwars gave medical service for free, refused remuneration: Jailor

Dentist couple Rajesh and Nupur Talwar walked out of the jail today after being cleared by the Allahabad High Court in the murder case of their daughter Aarushi and domestic help Hemraj and will be provided with security. The couple's nine-year ordeal was ended by the Allahabad High Court, by saying that given the circumstances and evidence on ...

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