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Saudi Planes Bomb Yemen Airport, Blocking Aid Deliveries

Saudi Planes Bomb Yemen Airport, Blocking Aid Deliveries

The United Nations has listed Yemen as the world's top priority humanitarian crisis, with more than 17 million people lacking food, seven million of whom are at risk of starvation. In March 2015, the ...

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Trump to tap ex-pharma executive Azar as U.S. health secretary

Trump to tap ex-pharma executive Azar as U.S. health secretary

Health and Human Services secretary, saying Azar would push to lower the price of medicines. Azar's Senate confirmation could be hard, with the chamber's 48 Democrats unlikely to approve a candidate...

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Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings soar on bid reports

Shares of Buffalo Wild Wings soar on bid reports

Wells Fargo analyst Jeff Farmer has "conviction in a potential Roark acquisition", due to the company's financial struggles as of late and its "leadership void" - CEO Sally Smith announced her resigna...

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Sock Overcomes Cilic to Record First ATP World Tour Finals Win

Sock Overcomes Cilic to Record First ATP World Tour Finals Win

The fire alarm went off at 4:00 am and we had to exit the building. It's an fantastic atmosphere, you make me feel like home. I'm here to win matches. The 36-year-old six-times champion may have been ...

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FDA warns of 'deadly risks' of the herb kratom, citing 36 deaths

In the United States, there are no FDA-approved uses for kratom , which grows naturally in Southeast Asia. It is also often used recreationally for its euphoric effects. The FDA says it will seize sh...

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FDA Approves Digital Pill

Once ingested it's able to send a message from the sensor packed into the pill to a wearable smart patch that's worn on the rib cage. The FDA's approval does come with some conditions, though. "It i...

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Major fire breaks out at Akkineni's Annapurna Studios

Major fire breaks out at Akkineni's Annapurna Studios

Annapurna Studios , promoted by actor Akkineni Nagarjuna, was set up in 1975 by late Telugu actor Nageswara Rao Akkineni. Another fire officer said a short-circuit may have caused the blaze, thoug...

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Jimmy Fallon pays tribute to his late mother on 'Tonight Show'

Jimmy Fallon pays tribute to his late mother on 'Tonight Show'

Seated at a piano, Swift demanded attention with the introspective and emotional tune. Jimmy Fallon returned to the " Tonight Show " on Monday after taking a week off to mourn the death of his mo...

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D'Angelo Russell Will Reportedly Miss 'Several Games' With A Knee Injury

Russell landed awkwardly and hobbled to the bench before going to the locker room. D'Angelo Russell (left knee) has been ruled out for Tuesday's game against the Celtics. Russell, acquired in an off...

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Top 10 healthy food items that regulate blood sugar

Top 10 healthy food items that regulate blood sugar

Dr. Shaukat Sadikot, President of IDF , says, "The world is facing a rising prevalence and incidence of type 2 diabetes, due to limited knowledge on prevention and insufficiently informed self-manage...

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Kejriwal seeks meeting with Amarinder over pollution

Kejriwal seeks meeting with Amarinder over pollution

An apex court bench headed by Chief Justice Dipak Misra asked the Centre and the state governments to file their responses on a petition plea filed by lawyer R.K. "Such collective problems require eve...

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People Shot Dead At Cousin Stizz Show In Atlanta

People Shot Dead At Cousin Stizz Show In Atlanta

One of the victims died at the scene from a gunshot to the chest, and another died at a local hospital. The two people who were wounded are expected to survive. I've always called my shows family reun...

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Eminem Performs 'Walk On Water' on MTV EMAs

Eminem Performs 'Walk On Water' on MTV EMAs

Other highlights included Travis Scott rapping "Butterfly Effect" on top of an animatronic bird, United Kingdom hip-hop star Stormzy's "Big for Your Boots", and a new U2 song - "Get Out Of Your Own ...

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Use antibiotics effectively to reduce drug-resistance

Use antibiotics effectively to reduce drug-resistance

Since they were first marketed in the 1940s, antibiotics have helped to revolutionize modern healthcare, offering cures to previously untreatable infections. The issue is a concern to health agencies ...

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New blood pressure guidelines released

New blood pressure guidelines released

At the new cutoff, around 46 percent, or more than 103 million, of American adults are considered to have high blood pressure, compared with an estimated 72 million under the previous guidelines in pl...

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Arkansas quarterback arrested on suspicion of DWI and careless driving

Arkansas quarterback arrested on suspicion of DWI and careless driving

Bielema said he sent Kelley in because the offense was looking for a "spark" in hopes of rallying from what was a 26-10 deficit. Razorbacks coach Bret Bielema said in a statement released by the s...

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Bill Gates made a big investment to fight Alzheimer's

Bill Gates made a big investment to fight Alzheimer's

Researchers must also try lots of theories on their road to new discoveries, make drug trial processes faster, and continue to collect data and make it accessible in a common form, Gates said. The phi...

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GQ's first 'Citizen of the Year' cover goes to Colin Kaepernick

Late-night host Stephen Colbert, actress Gal Gadot and Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant are also recognized in the issue. "That's why we made a decision to photograph Colin in public, in H...

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Global carbon emissions to rise again in 2017

Global carbon emissions to rise again in 2017

However, in 101 countries (representing 50% of global emissions) emissions increased in the presence of growing GDP. These are continuing to rise as a outcome of warming driven by ever higher greenh...

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Men more at risk of rare heart attack after sex

Men more at risk of rare heart attack after sex

A cardiac arrest happens when the heart malfunctions and suddenly stops beating. Sexual activity is rarely associated with sudden cardiac arrest, but it's men who are most at risk, and often they ar...

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