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  • 'Halt sale of antibiotics by unqualified persons' - Health Minister directs 3 bodies
'Halt sale of antibiotics by unqualified persons' - Health Minister directs 3 bodies

Dr Clare Chandler, co-director of the AMR Centre at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, said the findings of the study were interesting but she added: "The data presented should not be mistaken as representative of global figures - no Southeast Asian countries and only four African countries are included".

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  • Eighth child dies at New Jersey center hit by viral outbreak
Eighth child dies at New Jersey center hit by viral outbreak

A staff member who had fallen ill has since recovered from this strain of adenovirus , but the medically fragile children are the ones most vulnerable to the virus. "The strain has been particularly associated with disease in communal living arrangements and can be more severe", the department said in a statement.

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  • Pistons' Drummond does National Basketball Association number on Cavs
Pistons' Drummond does National Basketball Association number on Cavs

But if Blake Griffin and company can continue this momentum it won't take long for Piston fans to find their way to LCA. Detroit is averaging 116 points per game, but none of the victories have come easily. "One game doesn't make a season ". It's a matter of one, two, three stops, that's it, and we just haven't done it yet. With Kobe Bryan...

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  • Witches are planning to put a hex on Brett Kavanaugh
Witches are planning to put a hex on Brett Kavanaugh

A long line of Democrats have also begun to explore running against Trump in 2020 and on Tuesday the president said he thought that former NY mayor Michael Bloomberg, a media mogul, would join the list. 'I don't believe anybody's ever had this kind of an impact'. Jerrold Nadler, who represents New York's 10th District and is in line to chair th...

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  • Two Mass. children contracted rare muscle-weakness syndrome this year, officials say
Two Mass. children contracted rare muscle-weakness syndrome this year, officials say

And though enteroviruses have been detected in some paralysis cases, it hasn't been found in others, CDC officials say. The CDC has not traced the illness to a specific virus, but the agency said it has a variety of causes including viruses, environmental toxins and genetic disorders.

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  • 'Incurable Means Terminal' And 3 Other Secondary Breast Cancer Myths Debunked
'Incurable Means Terminal' And 3 Other Secondary Breast Cancer Myths Debunked

All of the 80 staff across the six branches will wear their pink T-shirts as many times as possible during the month, with the change of colour being compulsory on Tuesdays and Fridays. "I'm thankful for everyone I've met on this journey". Women at increased risk of breast cancer, for example with a strong family history, may be eligible for breas...

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  • Michael Cohen is now a registered Democrat
Michael Cohen is now a registered Democrat

I used an expression - you know, there's an expression but under the rules of MeToo I'm not allowed to use that expression anymore. I would do it except for these people up there. In 2012, a week after Hurricane Sandy hit the NY area, Obama appeared at a campaign rally alongside Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen in OH on the eve of the presidential ele...

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  • Rare illness strikes down United States kids
Rare illness strikes down United States kids

Most affected by AFM will experience a sudden onset of weakness or paralysis in a limb, but some may also experience drooping face and eye muscles, difficulty swallowing or difficulty moving the eyes, according to the CDC . In its most severe form, AFM can lead to respiratory failure. It was announced on October 5 that six Minnesota children ...

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  • Teagasc publishes leaflet for Positive Mental Health Week
Teagasc publishes leaflet for Positive Mental Health Week

World Mental Health Day is organised by the World Health organisation and aims to raise awareness around mental health issues. The findings were revealed as St John Ambulance announced it would host its first national summit on mental health best practice in the workplace this December - just over a year since it began working with Mental Heal...

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  • Amy Klobuchar Weighs In On Her Confrontation With Brett Kavanaugh
Amy Klobuchar Weighs In On Her Confrontation With Brett Kavanaugh

Jennifer Rubin, a conservative commentator for the Washington Post and a prominent critic of President Trump and the GOP, wrote a column later in the evening calling the exchange the "most telling moment" of a hearing in which a yelling, angry Kavanaugh appeared unable or unwilling to get out of attack mode.

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  • Women chained in police van drown in Hurricane Florence floods
Women chained in police van drown in Hurricane Florence floods

Both deputies "attempted to extricate the persons being transported", the news release said. Officials said that the transport van was near the Little Pee Dee River, one of the bodies of water that state officials are watching following the heavy rains of Florence.

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

The study involved over 19,000 people, of which 9,525 received aspirin and 9,589 recruited in placebo group. Professor John McNeil , head of Monash University's Department of Epidemiology and Preventative Medicine, said the research sought to answer a question which has been "unresolved for a number of years".

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  • Andrew Gillum Bucks Projections, Is Florida Democrats' Choice For Governor
Andrew Gillum Bucks Projections, Is Florida Democrats' Choice For Governor

DeSantis said the Bernie Sanders- and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez-endorsed Gillum would make Florida take a "turn to left-wing socialist policies that will absolutely devastate this state". "That's not going to be good for Florida". DeSantis came from behind with the help of Trump to beat Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam , who campaigned lo...

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  • Former Presidents Barack Obama & Bill Clinton Remember Senator John McCain
Former Presidents Barack Obama & Bill Clinton Remember Senator John McCain

McCain had not been seen in Washington since last Decmeber, and spent his last few months at home in Arizona. After gambling on political neophyte Sarah Palin as his vice presidential running mate, McCain lost in 2008 to Democrat Barack Obama , who became the first black USA president.

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  • West Nile Virus found in chickens living in Kenner
West Nile Virus found in chickens living in Kenner

To date, Niagara has no human cases of WNV. It can be transmitted to people by the bite of an infected mosquito . The mosquitoes that can spread WNV are called Culex quinquefasciatus or the "Southern House" mosquito and can grow to adults in as few as 7 days.

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  • Toronto mass shooter's family blames mental illness - USA
Toronto mass shooter's family blames mental illness - USA

On Sunday 22 July, 2018, on a peaceful evening on busy Danforth Avenue in Toronto , girls aged 10 and 18 were shot and killed in an attack that terrorized this attractive Greek town neighborhood while 13 others were injured, some critically.

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  • Japanese-American retains NY women's hot dog eating title
Japanese-American retains NY women's hot dog eating title

She defeated 18 others including second-place finisher Michelle Lesco, who ate 28, as well as record-holder Sonya "The Black Widow" Thomas. Joey Chestnut celebrates after betting his own record by eating 74 hot dog during Nathan's Famous Hot Dog Eating Contest at Coney Island on July 4, 2018.

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  • First Cannabis-Based Drug For Childhood Epilepsy Approved in USA
First Cannabis-Based Drug For Childhood Epilepsy Approved in USA

FDA approves marijuana-derived drug , the prescription cannabidiol medicine to treat seizures in a subset of patients suffering from rare and severe epilepsy. What's more likely is that the DEA reschedules CBD , while leaving THC and marijuana itself as a Schedule 1 substance. The most common side effects of Epidiolex include diarrhea,...

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  • Prime Minister’s address on 4th International Yoga Day
Prime Minister’s address on 4th International Yoga Day

If we take up yoga everyday, we will be calm, peaceful and spiritual. The celebrations began with the screening of a video message of the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President M Abdul Hamid. Even at the World Economic Forum in Davos early this year, Modi took a team of yoga experts who conducted meditative and sweat-out sessions...

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