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It is something you can recover from, you can be resilient, we share with them successful people who have had mental health challenges", said Kuehn. If an abusive partner suffers from a mental illness but does not recognize the harm they cause and makes no effort to manage their mental health, the violent behavior will continue and potentially worsen.
  • Canadians became sick due to E. coli in romaine lettuce

    Canadians became sick due to E. coli in romaine lettuce

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    For now, the CDC says people shouldn't buy romaine lettuce unless they can be sure where it was grown. Florida, Minnesota, North Dakota and Texas are the latest states to report illnesses, bringing the total to 29. coli back to its source becomes incredibly complex. At least 64 people have been hospitalized in the United States, including 17 with kidney failure.
  • Bulldozer triggers large, green pollen cloud

    Bulldozer triggers large, green pollen cloud

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    Jennifer Henderson says her husband Eric was at work on Monday in Cumberland County when he chose to tap a tree with his digger loader. The above clip has now gone viral, with more than 4.7 million views. "Well, the plants couldn't make up their mind, so the early plants are late meaning the cool spring kind of delayed them and the late spring is early".
  • Video shows 11-year-old escape from vehicle during carjacking

    Video shows 11-year-old escape from vehicle during carjacking

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    It was early Friday morning when Mark Beasanski of Aurora, Ill ., was going to pump gas at the BP gas station on North Eola Road. Police said neither the girl nor her father was hurt. The father is then seen walking back and putting his arm around his daughter. Tyrelle L. Pulley, 20, of Chicago, has been charged with aggravated vehicle hijacking, aggravated unlawful possession of a stolen motor vehicle and fleeing and eluding police, according to Aurora police.
  • Immigration Service imposes airport screenings over fresh Ebola outbreak in

    Immigration Service imposes airport screenings over fresh Ebola outbreak in

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    Six months after an Ebola outbreak was confirmed in West Africa in March 2014, the World Health Organisation declared an global emergency and called for help. He said that an emergency operation centre would be set up and chaired by Dr. Babasanya , who actually led "our efforts in Liberia and Sierra Leone and Guinea during the outbreak in 2014".
  • 3 held for duping ex-armymen with 'rice puller' deal with NASA

    3 held for duping ex-armymen with 'rice puller' deal with NASA

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    The accused claimed to be testing a Rice Puller aka RP', a brass plate apparently charged by a thunderbolt and required by NASA/DRDO for space research. The "spacemen", however, were caught out when the businessman went to police complaining about them. The victim signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the accused and paid ₹8.72 million for arranging special anti-radiation suits to be worn by scientists during testing, their fees, money for obtaining chemicals required for testing ...
  • Mylan faces EpiPen shortage as slowing sales trip up its results

    Mylan faces EpiPen shortage as slowing sales trip up its results

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    Mylan , the distributor, asks that patients who have trouble getting EpiPens get in touch with the company's customer service hotline for help finding pharmacies that have the devices in stock. Summer is typically a time of high demand for EpiPen as children go off to summer camp and prepare to return to school in the fall. Mylan said its net income rose 31 percent to $87.1 million, or 17 cents per share, in the first quarter.
  • Senate passes no confidence vote in IGP

    Senate passes no confidence vote in IGP

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    He refused to show up. The police , therefore, described the Senate's resolution to declare the Police boss as an enemy of democracy as deliberate blackmail, witch-hunting and mischief aimed at casting aspersions on the integrity of the IGP.
  • CDC apologizes after poppy seed muffin tweet with ticks goes viral

    CDC apologizes after poppy seed muffin tweet with ticks goes viral

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    One the Center for Disease Control is concerned about are ticks . If not treated, Lyme disease can produce severe arthritis or cause neurological or cardiac problems. It was meant to be educational, to warn people that tick-borne illnesses like Lyme are actually on the rise. Other people felt like the CDC's message wasn't very clear.
  • Gujarat GSEB HSC Result 2018 Declared At Gseb.org

    Gujarat GSEB HSC Result 2018 Declared At Gseb.org

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    While speaking to India.com, GSHSEB chairman A J Shah confirmed the same and said that the only the Class 12 Science exam results will be declared on May 10 at the official website. The results are available on the official website. For boys, the pass percentage is 71%. The students are advised to print a copy of online mark sheet as the board might take some time to release the actual mark sheet.
  • New Report Provides 2011-2018 Overview of Asia-Pacific Aquatic Product Market

    New Report Provides 2011-2018 Overview of Asia-Pacific Aquatic Product Market

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    Various companies from Fortune 500 and other companies, organizations, governments and institutions form part of Questale's clientele. The reports from Questale are well researched and very useful in the decision-making process. You will get a look at the customised market segments according to geographical regions, country or even different combinations of manufacturers in the market .
  • Colorado Congressmen React To President's Announcement On Iran

    Colorado Congressmen React To President's Announcement On Iran

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    The deal was crafted under the Obama administration, and saw Iran giving up its nuclear weapons program in exchange for the easing of economic sanctions against it. Mr. Netanyahu's decision to present the information in a televised address can be seen as a move meant to attain diplomatic and psychological effect.
  • Taiwan moving to cushion impacts of US-China trade row

    Taiwan moving to cushion impacts of US-China trade row

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    This year's WHA is to be held in Geneva from May 21-26 and the online registration deadline lapsed on Monday without Taipei receiving an invite. It said the exclusion of Taiwan from the WHA event for a second consecutive year showed Beijing's lack of willingness to improve relations.
  • Saudi Arabia 'committed to oil market stability'

    Saudi Arabia 'committed to oil market stability'

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    All requirements for women in Saudi Arabia to start driving have been established, said the director of the General Department of Traffic. "The validity of the licence and the ability of those wishing to replace it will be determined by conducting a driving assessment in accordance with Article 37 and Article 37/2, which state that those who haven't mastered driving should be referred to the Traffic Department even if they hold a driving licence, provided that the requested licence is ...
  • Bump on head 'doubles risk of getting dementia'

    Bump on head 'doubles risk of getting dementia'

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    Often caused by falls or minor vehicle crashes, these cases can go unreported because victims fail to realise they have suffered a significant injury. Mild traumatic brain injury may sound like an oxymoron, along the lines of "jumbo shrimp" or "random order". These risks were slightly elevated for those in the loss-of-consciousness bracket (2.51) and were almost four times higher (3.77) for those with the more serious moderate-to-severe traumatic brain injury.
  • A potential new cure could treat balness 'in days'

    A potential new cure could treat balness 'in days'

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    It began with a search for novel agents for treating male pattern baldness. He said this could make a difference to people suffering from hair loss one day. The hair follicles are completely destroyed and hair does not grow again. After some research, he discovered that a separate compound developed to tackle osteoporosis also suppressed the bald-causing protein in the same manner.
  • Battery Market: Industry Outlook, Growth Prospects and Key Opportunities

    Battery Market: Industry Outlook, Growth Prospects and Key Opportunities

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    This analysis provides a study on the regions that are expected to witness fastest growth during the forecast period. The global Lithium Battery Separator market report classified on the basis of product type: (Monolayer Polypropylene PP Lithium Battery Separator, Trilayer PP/PE/PP Lithium Battery Separator and Monolayer Polyethylene PE Lithium Battery Separator).
  • Digging Up the Facts on Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (ICE)

    Digging Up the Facts on Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (ICE)

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    The stock outperformed the S&P 500 by 9.33%. First Mercantile Trust Co increased its stake in Intercontinental Exchange In ( ICE ) by 52.29% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. In other news , insider Dean S. Mathison sold 1,042 shares of Intercontinental Exchange stock in a transaction on Tuesday, January 23rd. Three research analysts have rated the stock with a hold rating and thirteen have assigned a buy rating to the company's stock.
  • CDC: Insect-borne illnesses on the rise in the US

    CDC: Insect-borne illnesses on the rise in the US

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    The CDC also included information to protect yourself from ticks . The CDC said the nation needs to be better prepared to handle a potential outbreak of a vector-borne disease. The Centers for Disease Control is raising tick awareness with a photo of a muffin. The CDC said the increase in diseases caused by the bite of an infected mosquito, tick or flea in the United States can be attributed to many factors.
  • Syria Accuses Israel of Striking Iran-Linked Army Base

    Syria Accuses Israel of Striking Iran-Linked Army Base

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    It wasn't instantly clear if anybody was killed or injured. An official with the Iran-led regional alliance supporting Syrian President Bashar Assad said the strike targeted a Syrian army position but killed a Syrian man and his wife who happened to be passing by in their auto.
  • Congo confirms 2 Ebola cases in northwest, 10 suspected

    Congo confirms 2 Ebola cases in northwest, 10 suspected

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    A source in the central African country's ministry of health said more details would be provided in a formal announcement later today. Two of those samples tested positive for the Zaire strain of the Ebola virus, the ministry said. The most recent outbreak was in May 2017 that killed four of the eight people infected in Congo's Bas-Uele province in the northeast. With a fatality rate of fifty percent, World Health Organization is mobilizing to act quickly to address the outbreak of the virus.
  • Cerebrospinal Fluid Leak Symptoms: Woman's Runny Nose Was Actually Rare Condition

    Cerebrospinal Fluid Leak Symptoms: Woman's Runny Nose Was Actually Rare Condition

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    She was diagnosed with a symptom of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), which was leaking from her brain. She said that anywhere she went; she had a box full of Puffs in her pocket always. About 5 in 100,000 people report CSF escapes every year, that the CSF Leak Association , " a United Kingdom charity to promote recognition for its illness, reviews.
  • Walmart to restrict opioid dispensing at its pharmacies

    Walmart to restrict opioid dispensing at its pharmacies

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    Walmart and Sam's Club pharmacies have been set to restrict clients' opioid prescriptions to some source, together with around A50 morphine milligram equal utmost per day, the business said in a information release . "We are taking action in the fight against the nation's opioid epidemic", Marybeth Hays, Walmart's executive vice president of health and wellness and consumables, said in a statement.
  • Yemenis will not give up island of Socotra

    Yemenis will not give up island of Socotra

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    The Yemeni government said military coordination with the UAE has been "absent" and asked Saudi Arabia to intervene with the UAE to help rectify the situation in Socotra. The island is situated off the coast of Somaliland, where UAE has invested heavily in the commercial port of Berbera. The newspaper, citing unnamed USA officials and European diplomats, said on Thursday that a team of about a dozen Green Berets were sent to the Saudi-Yemen border in December a year ago.
  • Nicole Broch Larsen Shares Overnight Lead in Texas

    Nicole Broch Larsen Shares Overnight Lead in Texas

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    Ko was five shots behind the victor, with South Korea's Sung Hyun Park securing a one-shot victory on 11-under. "The beginning of the season was pretty frustrating, since I missed two cuts, and I felt pretty upset inside", Park said. Nicole Broch Larsen , a victor on the Ladies European Tour and the Symetra Tour, turned in a 67 in her first 18 of Saturday and then continued the momentum with two birdies in a clean first nine of her final round.
  • Gov Okorocha loses out, runs to Buhari for help — APC CONGRESSES

    Gov Okorocha loses out, runs to Buhari for help — APC CONGRESSES

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    The exercise, which was meant to elect new executives of the party at ward levels, was said to have been held amidst protests and violence across the country. Yari on his part said the exercise went well in the North-East geopolitical zone. "You know in a democracy you can not expect everything to work 100 percent".
  • Dr. is in: Protecting your family from Skin Cancer

    Dr. is in: Protecting your family from Skin Cancer

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    Here's some thoughts in a gallery.and I'll even toss in a couple of tunes to entertain you! "This is why regular skin checks by a doctor are important and it is important for you to notice anything different about your skin, too", she said.
  • Coli infection linked to lettuce reported in ND

    Coli infection linked to lettuce reported in ND

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    Researchers say 642,000 cases of disease related to bug bites were reported from 2004 through 2016. Health officials in California said another 23 had fallen sick in California by the Escherichia coli bacteria found in romaine lettuce. People usually get sick two to eight days after ingesting the bacteria, and most people recover within one week. The Food and Drug Administration said most people reported eating a salad at a restaurant, and romaine lettuce was the only common ingredient ...
  • Lightning advance to Eastern Final, will play Penguins or Capitals

    Lightning advance to Eastern Final, will play Penguins or Capitals

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    It showed how heated this series is as the Penguins have had the Capitals' number this year and the Oshie hit looked to be somewhat out of frustration. Braden Holtby has still been utterly sensational in these playoffs, but he can't do it alone. Holtby turned away 36 of the 39 shots he faced, outlasting his counterpart, Matt Murray (26-30), in the game's critical moments.
  • New York State Dept. of Health issues health warning on local restaurant

    New York State Dept. of Health issues health warning on local restaurant

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    Exit 5 on Interstate 390 in Dansville, Livingston County, between 9:30 a.m. and noon on May 2. The risk of developing measles is low for people who have been vaccinated or are immune, the health department said. You were born after 1957 and have only received one dose of MMR vaccine. And the person may have exposed others during a visit to a to a local urgent care center, as well as the emergency room at Clovis Community Medical Center.
  • Dodgers' Buehler fuels combined no-hitter against Padres

    Dodgers' Buehler fuels combined no-hitter against Padres

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    He is the only San Diego pitcher with a winning record and his ERA is the lowest among the Padres starters. Twenty-two years ago, the Padres and New York Mets played a historic three-game series in Monterrey. The Dodgers threw this no-hitter on the same night Albert Pujols of the Los Angeles Angels got his 3,000th hit in a game at Seattle. Per STATS , it's the first time in Major League Baseball history that a no-hitter and a 3,000th hit have taken place on the same day.
  • Cockroach sits in American woman's ear for nine days

    Cockroach sits in American woman's ear for nine days

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    Although they've been diligently spraying their house with insecticides every three months, it didn't stop a cockroach from deciding to make a visit to Katie's ear - and it stayed there for several days. Holley was rushed to the hospital as the bug continued to wiggle around. "It was an bad feeling, one that was not necessarily painful, but psychologically torturous".
  • (LYV) Stock Is Rising Now

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    It also increased its holding in Axalta Coating Systems Ltd by 2.38M shares in the quarter, for a total of 4.46 million shares, and has risen its stake in Now Inc. Macquarie restated a buy rating and set a $52.00 price objective on shares of Live Nation in a research note on Wednesday, January 17th. Investors sentiment decreased to 1.15 in 2017 Q4.
  • Illness, Stress Result To Grey Hair

    Illness, Stress Result To Grey Hair

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    However, the investigators said they were surprised by the link they found between immune system activation and hair pigmentation in the mice. The hair would turn gray if these cells are not produced. For example, hair graying in mice has been associated with the premature differentiation of melanocyte stem cells (McSCs) and their eventual depletion.
  • Thousands of calls made to breast cancer screening error helpline

    Thousands of calls made to breast cancer screening error helpline

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    Around 450,000 women have been affected by the error and it is estimated that between 135 and 270 women had their lives shortened as a result. The paper reports that workers were given a booklet which included a list of breast cancer symptoms that they could go through with callers if they asked.
  • ADB chief sees boon for Asia in AIIB collaboration, not competition

    ADB chief sees boon for Asia in AIIB collaboration, not competition

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    Countries around the world have benefited from open trade and investment and they should now put in their "utmost effort" to maintain and strengthen that system, according to Takehiko Nakao , president of the Asian Development Bank . "ADB has generally been supportive about our desire for stepping up annual lending", Garg told Mint in an interview prior to his address to the board of governors.
  • Security cameras capture handcuffed man throwing himself off second floor of courthouse

    Security cameras capture handcuffed man throwing himself off second floor of courthouse

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    A moment later, a camera in the hallway captures the man as he leaps over a second-story railing and plummets to the floor below. They then could be seen attending to him on the ground. On April 26 Rudd was arrested for theft, possession of a risky weapon by a restricted person and drug-related charges, according to officials. According to police spokesman Matt Johnson, prosecutors could file additional charges against him in connection with the apparent escape attempt.