• Griffen not allowed back with Vikings until he undergoes mental health evaluation
Griffen not allowed back with Vikings until he undergoes mental health evaluation

A source confirmed to 5 EYEWITNESS NEWS that Griffen is the person identified in the report. The reporting officer placed a health and welfare hold on Griffen "based upon his actions and information I had acquired about him". Griffen was trying to break in, had jumped through bushes and was shirtless. Minnesota Vikings star defensive end Evers...

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  • Savvy Senior: Which flu shot is right for you?
Savvy Senior: Which flu shot is right for you?

Children with asthma are among these vulnerable groups . Ministry of Health and Prevention (MoHP) officials have advised UAE residents to secure influenza (flu) shots in consultation with physicians as the country is expecting the cold months or desert winter in the next few weeks.

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  • Cigna-Express Scripts deal gets U.S. antitrust approval
Cigna-Express Scripts deal gets U.S. antitrust approval

The companies said, to date, that they had obtained clearances from departments of insurance in 16 states, and are working with regulators in the remaining jurisdictions to obtain clearances for the merger . "During the Antitrust Division's comprehensive, six-month investigation, it received over two million documents, analyzed transactional data ...

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  • Daily aspirin offers no benefits for over-70s
Daily aspirin offers no benefits for over-70s

This may have implications for healthy, elderly people around the world who take low-dose aspirin without a medical reason. The study was of 19,114 people in the United States and Australia in good health, with no history of heart problems and over the age of 70.

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  • Women Drown While Chained in Flooded Police Van During Hurricane Florence
Women Drown While Chained in Flooded Police Van During Hurricane Florence

Harrowing police scanner audio provides details into the efforts to save the women, who could be heard talking as rescuers scrambled to save them. The N.C. Two women who were being transported to a mental health facility drowned when a sheriff's department van was swept away in rising SC floodwaters, according to authorities.

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  • Here is what's new about Apple Watch Series 4
Here is what's new about Apple Watch Series 4

The "main" new Watch face for the Apple Watch 4 - with eight complications that can be customized. According to experts, Apple was satisfied with the current technology and smartphones, this technology will only improve, which means that the new iPhone model will remain famous for bangs for at least another year.

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  • Daily aspirin may involve more risk than reward
Daily aspirin may involve more risk than reward

Lead researcher Professor John McNeil from Monash University said the results of the seven-year study should prompt people who take aspirin - when they have no medical reason for doing so - to reconsider whether it is a good idea. But a new Australian-led study has found that's not the case. Yet, many healthy older people continued being pr...

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  • Disinfectant use could increase risk of childhood obesity
Disinfectant use could increase risk of childhood obesity

They also assessed household exposure to detergents, disinfectants and eco-friendly cleaning products. Anita Kozyrskyj, a U of A pediatrics professor and lead on the investigation into how adjustment of infant gut microbiome impact health says that the results have shown that infants who are living in households where disinfectants are used at ...

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  • 'Aspirin-a-day risky in old age' - major study
'Aspirin-a-day risky in old age' - major study

Anne Murray , one of the authors of the study and an epidemiologist and geriatrician at Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis, told National Public Radio (NPR) reporter Rob Stein. The data also revealed essentially no difference between the two groups in their rates of developing disability and dementia. "The rate of major hemorrhage was 8.6 e...

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  • A tricked-out iPhone XS Max costs more than a MacBook
A tricked-out iPhone XS Max costs more than a MacBook

The Max has a larger display than the usual Plus size phones but a similar body. At the top you'll see the infamous notch has been retained for Face ID, which Apple claims is now faster and more effective on the iPhone XS . In 2016, the price of the iPhone 7 Plus topped out at $969. The iPhone 8 starts at $599. The big news is there are t...

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  • Apple Watch Series 4 announced with larger displays
Apple Watch Series 4 announced with larger displays

Others pointed out that it was a missed opportunity, arguing that the firm should have called its XS Max - which has the biggest iPhone display yet - the iPhone XL. Apple opened its event by announcing the new Apple Watch Series 4 with a 30 percent bigger display compared to its predecessor. The phones will start shipping on 21 September.

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  • FDA Takes ‘Historic Action’ On Youth E-Cigarette ‘Epidemic’
FDA Takes ‘Historic Action’ On Youth E-Cigarette ‘Epidemic’

Food and Drug Administration announced a crackdown on the products over concerns about how popular they've become among children. They also prohibited certain retailers who had violations from selling tobacco products for specific periods of time.

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  • Calling teen vaping 'epidemic,' officials weigh flavor ban
Calling teen vaping 'epidemic,' officials weigh flavor ban

It's simply not tolerable. The FDA has given five companies - Vuse, Blu, JuuL , MarkTen XL, and Logic- 60 days to come up with a plan to keep teenagers from using its devices and sent warning letters to 1,300 companies that it caught selling the device to minors.

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  • USA calls teen e-cig use an 'epidemic'
USA calls teen e-cig use an 'epidemic'

E-cigarettes have become the most commonly used tobacco product by kids, with more than 2 million middle and high school kids using the product in 2017, the federal government says . Lisa Murkowski also asked the FDA to end delays. Though Juul is by far the most popular e-cigarette device, two other companies, Vuse and Blu, have also received wa...

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  • Painkiller diclofenac linked to increased heart risks in study
Painkiller diclofenac linked to increased heart risks in study

The researchers' paper is titled, " Diclofenac use and cardiovascular risks: series of nationwide cohort studies". A widely used analgesic appears to be associated with an increased risk of major cardiovascular events such as strokes. The average age of participants was 46-49 years among those beginning NSAIDs and 56 years among those starting p...

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  • Fraudulent blood-testing company Theranos is shutting down
Fraudulent blood-testing company Theranos is shutting down

It said acting chief and general counsel David Taylor sent an email to shareholders explaining that it has no choice but to shut its doors due to complex terms of a deal with Fortress Investment Group which saved it from bankruptcy previous year.

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  • Passengers arriving at Philadelphia airport report illness after flights from Paris, Germany
Passengers arriving at Philadelphia airport report illness after flights from Paris, Germany

As many as 100 people reported feeling ill during Emirates Flight 203, with health workers evaluating them as the plane sat on the tarmac of JFK International Airport. "When they were standing in line to board, people were coughing ", she said . There were at least 500 people onboard the flight from Dubai. Doctors were conducting respirat...

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  • Captain Marvel Won’t Be An Origin Story For Carol Danvers
Captain Marvel Won’t Be An Origin Story For Carol Danvers

We hypothesized they could do this based on comic book lore and set photos before, but now we know it's real. Captain Marvel is rumored to be one of, if not the, strongest heroes in the MCU. Larson sat down with EW to talk about her character, the first Marvel female hero to get her own film in the MCU universe - well, the Wasp had to share...

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  • Leptospirosis haunts Kerala post flood, 10 died, Video Gallery
Leptospirosis haunts Kerala post flood, 10 died, Video Gallery

Narayani, 80, hailing from Vadakara, died of leptospirosis while Anil, 54, from Eranhikkal died of suspected leptospirosis on Monday. As on Sunday, 5640 people have been reported down with fever across the state of whom 289 are in state capital Thiruvananthapuram , 254 in Kollam, 179 in Pathanamthitta, 46 in Idukki, 204 in Kottayam, 462 in Ala...

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  • South Africa declares end to largest ever Listeria outbreak
South Africa declares end to largest ever Listeria outbreak

The price of South African polony has recovered, but is still down over the past year, as consumers avoided cold meats after they were linked to the deadly listeriosis outbreak. "We were lucky to find out that it was from Enterprise in Polokwane but we have not been able to find the source". "Almost 900 environmental health practitioners in every...

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