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Alzheimer's disease: Scientists discover how a ROGUE protein triggers the brain disease

Alzheimer's disease: Scientists discover how a ROGUE protein triggers the brain disease

They have found that those subjects who actually reported sleep issues were more likely to also show evidence of brain cell damage and inflammation even when other factors like depression and cardio...

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You can now snort chocolate to get high

You can now snort chocolate to get high

Anderson said that snorting the powder creates "almost like an energy-drink feeling, like you're euphoric but also motivated to get things done". "At first, I was like, 'Is this a hoax?,'" the 29-...

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Canadian baby identified without gender on health card

Canadian baby identified without gender on health card

British Columbia has not issued the parents a birth certificate for the baby due to the sex dispute; CBC reports the parents applied for a judicial review of the case. Doty was initially unable t...

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Oneida County bird tests positive for West Nile virus

Oneida County bird tests positive for West Nile virus

During 2002, the state documented its first human infections and 52 cases were reported that year. DENVER -As you head out for summer fun, do not forget to take along insect repellent to protect you...

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Defender Lejeune signs for Newcastle

He was signed by Manchester City during the summer of 2015 but was immediately loaned out to Girona , before making a permanent switch to Eibar 12 months later. The 57-year-old opted not to take a ...

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US, Russia Keep Expectations Low For Trump-Putin Meeting

US, Russia Keep Expectations Low For Trump-Putin Meeting

President Donald Trump's relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping has changed dramatically since taking office as the USA attempts to deal with the threat posed by the North Korean regime. Bu...

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Mamata vs Governor: Rajnath Singh steps in to defuse row

Mamata vs Governor: Rajnath Singh steps in to defuse row

I can not fire on the masses. "This is unfortunate and strictly against the constitutional norms", he said. "It is the largest museum outside Europe and such work will be helpful for the people", Trip...

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Soldier dead after attack in Afghanistan - Pentagon

Soldier dead after attack in Afghanistan - Pentagon

A Fort Bliss soldier has died in an attack in Afghanistan , the military said Wednesday. He was wounded in what the Defense Department says was an indirect fire attack. "At a time when we remember ...

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Red Cross Making

Red Cross Making "Emergency Call" For Blood Donors

The Red Cross has added more than 25,000 additional appointment slots at donation centers and community blood drives across the country over the next few weeks to accommodate more donors. Unfortunatel...

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SCMPD: 1 person arrested in connection to downtown shooting, crash

SCMPD: 1 person arrested in connection to downtown shooting, crash

Police report that 4 people were injured, including one person who showed up at a hospital later with non-life threatening injuries. A pursuit of the vehicle carrying a suspect in those shootings le...

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Creed v Russia? Stallone hints on Drago's return

Creed v Russia? Stallone hints on Drago's return

The sequel to Creed is set to hit theaters in 2018 and we may have gotten our first plot detail thanks to Rocky himself Sylvester Stallone , who dropped this little teaser on Instagram. Consideri...

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GST is black law; will attend launch for Pranab Mukherjee: Samajwadi Party

GST is black law; will attend launch for Pranab Mukherjee: Samajwadi Party

At a press conference, Naidu said people of India are waiting for the roll out of GST . The Congress leadership maintains that midnight sitting is a "violation of Parliament's tradition" and is a...

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One shot, one arrested in shooting at north Dallas hotel

One shot, one arrested in shooting at north Dallas hotel

One person was taken out of the hotel on a stretcher, pictured, with non-life-threatning injuries. They proceeded to secure the location for the arrival of SWAT officers. A man was seen "acting oddly"...

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'US to lift laptop ban today'

'US to lift laptop ban today'

Ahmed Arslan said US representatives would travel to Istanbul's Ataturk Airport on Wednesday where they will inspect new security measures that the Turkish authorities have implemented after the March...

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Emily Ratajkowski: 'My big boobs cost me acting jobs'

Emily Ratajkowski: 'My big boobs cost me acting jobs'

It's like an anti-woman thing, people don't want to work with me because my b**bs are too big, ' she said. Like, who cares?' she continued. "They're a handsome feminine thing that needs to be celebrat...

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Zuma No Confidence Debate Moved To 8 August

Zuma No Confidence Debate Moved To 8 August

The assembly's speaker has yet to decide whether the latest ballot will be held in secret after the country's top court ruled in June that secret votes may be held for motions of no confidence. "Mbete...

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Vatican hospital offers to help terminally-ill Charlie Gard

Vatican hospital offers to help terminally-ill Charlie Gard

An unnamed United States hospital today offered to treat 10-month-old terminally ill Charlie Gard for free, after President Donald Trump said he would be "delighted" to help the baby and his parents...

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Google 'illegally used' NHS patient data

Google 'illegally used' NHS patient data

At the time, Google DeepMind said the report had "major errors" that misrepresented the way it and the Royal Free had used data. Following the conclusion its enquiries, the ICO has imposed on ...

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Sanchez must leave Arsenal to win UEFA Champions League - Zamorano

Sanchez must leave Arsenal to win UEFA Champions League - Zamorano

Zamorano believes Sanchez is a victor and desperately wants to lift the Champions League, something the Chile legend thinks can not happen at Arsenal . Bayern CEO Karl-Heinz Rummenigge hasn't approac...

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BBC commits £34 million to

BBC commits £34 million to "reinvent" children's content for the digital age

Over the next three years, the BBC raise its Children's budget to £124.4 million, up from £110 million today. The move comes amid a significant fall in United Kingdom investment in that area, with m...

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