• Theranos bleeds dry, company to dissolve
Theranos bleeds dry, company to dissolve

The executives have denied the charges and face a coming criminal trial. Theranos Inc., the blood-testing company accused of perpetrating Silicon Valley's biggest fraud, will soon cease to exist. In reality, the SEC says, the analyzer could only complete a small number of tests, and the company "conducted the vast majority of patient tests on mod...

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  • The First Look at Brie Larson as Captain Marvel Is Here!
The First Look at Brie Larson as Captain Marvel Is Here!

In Captain Marvel , we'll meet a Carol Danvers who already has her powers and has left Earth behind to fight alongside Starforce , "an elite Kree military team" led by a commander played by Jude Law who is widely believed to be another classic Marvel character, Mar-Vell.

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  • NH Hotel Ordered To Take ‘Immediate Steps’ After Legionnaires’ Outbreak
NH Hotel Ordered To Take ‘Immediate Steps’ After Legionnaires’ Outbreak

The NH DHHS says tests carried about by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention or CDC "detected the presence of the Legionella bacteria from multiple sources within the Sands Resort water system, including but not limited hot tub spa".

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  • Mike Pence Honors Senator John McCain At Special Capitol Service
Mike Pence Honors Senator John McCain At Special Capitol Service

You know what the answer is? "But, I know something else, unfortunately, from experience, that there's nothing anyone can say or do to ease the pain right now. McCain, in one sense, was the true populist. Biden became McCain's opponent when he was nominated to be Barack Obama's vice presidential nominee in 2008, when McCain was the Republican p...

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  • Two Horses with West Nile Virus in Delaware
Two Horses with West Nile Virus in Delaware

About 80 percent of this infected with West Nile virus do not get sick. While 20 per cent do become ill, they usually experience mild flu-like symptoms. Individuals should inspect water on their property every 2-3 days. Clean and chlorinate swimming pools, outdoor saunas, and hot tubs; drain water from pool covers .

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  • Eat avocados daily for 6 months, get paid by a university
Eat avocados daily for 6 months, get paid by a university

Previously, a study in the Journal of the American Heart Association found that by replacing saturated fats with one avocado a day it could help to lower cholesterol. Loma Linda University also explained how the study will work. The chosen participants will be divided into two groups. Wake Forest University will publish the results of the study...

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  • Experts make change to child vehicle seat guidelines
Experts make change to child vehicle seat guidelines

Once your child outgrows the rear-facing limits of their auto seat, keep them in a forward-facing vehicle safety seat with a harness for as long as you can. The AAP chose to update its recommendations to reflect how the science has evolved. "Previously, the recommendation was up to 2, now it could be up to 4 years, numerous rear facing seats will...

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  • Blood pressure drug recall: Potentially 'life-threatening' labeling mixup
Blood pressure drug recall: Potentially 'life-threatening' labeling mixup

Accord Healthcare is voluntarily recalling a blood pressure medication due to a labelling mistake. Tablets of hydrochlorathiazide are circular, light peach in color and have a "1" etched on one side and an "H" on the other. Meanwhile, Hydrochlorothiazide is used "as the sole therapeutic agent or to enhance the effectiveness of other antihyperte...

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  • Air pollution causes 'huge' reduction in intelligence, study suggests
Air pollution causes 'huge' reduction in intelligence, study suggests

Above all, air pollution reduces liveablity of different cities, including the capital already ranked among the world's worst liveable cities for different reasons by different global agencies. "This latest study matches with previous research ", says Derrick Ho of Hong Kong Polytechnic who has worked on the health effects of extreme weather...

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  • West Nile Virus leads to death of Kent County man
West Nile Virus leads to death of Kent County man

Ten of those were confirmed and six were probable, the health department said in a release. Birds provide a reservoir for the virus, and mosquitos that bite infected birds spread West Nile to humans. Nirav D. Shah in a statement Wednesday. There have been confirmed cases in CT this season as well. Mosquitoes that carry West Nile virus look for stag...

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  • Rates of three STDs in USA reach record high, CDC says
Rates of three STDs in USA reach record high, CDC says

Almost 2.3 million STDs were diagnosed previous year, which is a record number. "Sadly, it's not a surprising trend", said Rob Stephenson, a professor and director of the Center for Sexuality and Health Disparities at the University of MI in Ann Arbor, who was not involved in the new CDC research.

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  • Is coconut oil poisonous?
Is coconut oil poisonous?

Now, Karin Michels , professor of epidemiology at Harvard , claimed in her lecture that coconut oil is not healthy and repeatedly called it "poison". Research shows that these fats are processed by the body differently than other dietary fats and can increase metabolism. Profits have rocketed from about £1 million to £16.4 million in the past...

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  • Backed DeSantis is Florida's GOP nominee
Backed DeSantis is Florida's GOP nominee

Let's make history this November and make Andrew Gillum the next Governor of Florida . Florida voters headed to the polls Tuesday to vote in the state's primary election, and the results are being revealed. DeSantis has the endorsement of President Trump . Well, he lost. As for the Democratic gubernatorial nominee, Rep. Gwen Graham ...

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  • McConnell slows push to name building for McCain
McConnell slows push to name building for McCain

During his presidency, Trump repeatedly criticized McCain for torpedoing the "skinny" Obamacare repeal, and McCain ripped him for his foreign policy, particularly what he called a "disgraceful" summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin last month.

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  • Senators recall McCain as ‘a treasure,’ the ‘happy warrior’
Senators recall McCain as ‘a treasure,’ the ‘happy warrior’

Trump rejected a more laudatory White House statement that praised McCain's war record and decades of public service, and he did not answered any shouted questions from reporters about McCain during multiple press availabilities on Monday, the Washington Post reported .

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  • White House lowers flag for McCain again after backlash
White House lowers flag for McCain again after backlash

It was reported that the US President was offered to issue a eulogy that would heap praise on the Senator, with whom Trump had been at odds before and during his time in the office. President Donald Trump , who frequently engaged in political taunts with McCain and three years ago said McCain was only deemed a hero because he was captured as a P...

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  • Trump bows to pressure, lowers flags again to honour John McCain
Trump bows to pressure, lowers flags again to honour John McCain

The lawmaker and Vietnam War hero, who ran twice for US president, died at his home in Arizona at age 81. Before Trump's Monday afternoon statement, his only commentary on McCain's death had been a perfunctory tweet Saturday. According to McCain's family, "friends, congressional colleagues and staff, as well as US and global leaders, have been in...

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  • More Experimental Treatments, Health Workers at Risk
More Experimental Treatments, Health Workers at Risk

The health ministry said in a daily bulletin late on Tuesday that the 10 patients who received mAb114 since August 11 have experienced a "positive evolution", but the outbreak has continued to grow. The vaccine, which is referred to as both rVSV-ZEBOV and V920, have proved effective against the previous outbreak in the western province of Equateu...

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  • Schedule Announced for Events Remembering John McCain
Schedule Announced for Events Remembering John McCain

Most remarkably, he stuck by Trump as the party's 2016 presidential nominee even when Trump questioned his status as a war hero by saying: "I like people who weren't captured". Sen. John McCain , R-Ariz., walked through the Senate subway in July 2017. "It's sad, actually, because he's a reminder of the days of being able to find common ground...

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  • West Nile virus cases in Greece jump in 2018
West Nile virus cases in Greece jump in 2018

In about 75 per cent of infections people have few or no symptoms . Officials said a horse that was stabled in Hampshire County also contracted West Nile Virus and had to be euthanized. The DOH says cover up if outside while mosquitoes are active with shoes, socks, long trousers and long sleeves. That includes covering your skin with clothing ...

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