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Researchers Working On Vaccine For Those With Celiac Disease

Researchers Working On Vaccine For Those With Celiac Disease

Those includes everything from gastrointestinal symptoms like bloating and diarrhea, to psychological symptoms, anemia, seizures. pretty much everything that can make the body feel bad, combined into one terrible mess. While many people who claim gluten intolerance don't actually have celiac disease, it's still a big problem for hundreds of thousands of people - one in 133 people in the U.S. Read More

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Vaccination for meningitis is free - FG

The NCDC said it commenced a mass vaccination exercise on Thursday and that there had been a massive turnout. More campaigns are planned in other States in the near future. Traditional leaders and several community groups are helping with mobilization of people across the State. "Indeed, we see an opportunity for a sustainable initiative which will go beyond this response". Read More

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Gene mutation that makes you a night owl

Gene mutation that makes you a night owl

In those carrying the Cry1 gene mutation, the CRY1 protein they produce is incomplete, causing the silencing process to take longer, thus leading to a delayed onset of sleepiness. However, a DSPD subject that caught the researcher's interest not only stayed up late, but had a cycle that was about 30 minutes longer. This mutation made the participant more active than usual and kept other genes in the circadian clock suppressed. Read More

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Efforts to prevent child abuse, neglect highlighted during Child Abuse Prevention Month

Efforts to prevent child abuse, neglect highlighted during Child Abuse Prevention Month

Ruth Ellen Chaney, the coordinator of the Boyd County Resource Center, then spoke about the increase in child abuse in the area prior to allowing the children to pierce the pinwheels into the ground. A special cookie, made with love, bears the Children's Advocacy Center logo. Maj. Gen. Christopher Cavoli, commander of the 25th ID and U.S. Army Hawaii, is flanked by Girls Scouts from the Kolekole Service Unit as he signs the 2017 Child Abuse Prevention Proclamation. Read More

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Sevilla coach Sampaoli defends Barcelona stars Messi, Neymar

Among the setbacks was the disappointing elimination to Leicester in the last 16 of the Champions League. The team had three draws and two losses out of last five games including the UEFA Champions League. Yet, on Real's first ever La Liga visit to Butarque, the hosts had something to celebrate before half-time as Gabriel Pires and Luciano Neves took advantage of some slack Madrid defending to cut the deficit to 3-2 before half-time. Read More

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Clock ticking on 2016 income tax return

Clock ticking on 2016 income tax return

Debt collectors are coming ... for your years-overdue unpaid federal taxes. Debts on credit cards can be wiped out in a bankruptcy court, but bankruptcy doesn't free you from the IRS, he said. Make sure everyone is on the same page because if you file your own taxes and your parents claim you as a dependent, the IRS considers this a scam. Read More

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No collusion like situation at Delhi airport: DGCA

No collusion like situation at Delhi airport: DGCA

However, at the last moment, the IndiGo aircraft opted not to land even as the Air India aircraft started speeding to take off, raising the possibility of a mid-air collision. An inquiry is underway at the time of reporting the matter. According to the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP), an approach should be stabilised by 1,000 feet above runway altitude, otherwise a go-around should be executed by the pilot. Read More

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Is the sky blue? Depends on what Donald Trump says

Is the sky blue? Depends on what Donald Trump says

Following President Donald Trump's upset victory past year, the results of a Gallup poll showed a steep drop in the percentage of Democrats that say they are proud to be Americans. Among those who believe the media is biased towards a particular party, 64 percent thought the bias favored the Democratic party while only 22 percent thought the media favored the Republican party. Read More

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Russia THREATENS Donald Trump with 'negative consequences' if he strikes Syria

Trump continued, "Using a deadly nerve agent, Assad choked out the lives of helpless men, women and children". The official says the airstrikes - which consisted of more than 50 tomahawk missiles - have been completed. In weighing military action the Trump administration faces lots of challenges. Russian Federation and Iran, Assad's allies, pose other problems. Tillerson also said Washington would make an "appropriate response" to Tuesday's suspected chemical attack in Syria, while ... Read More

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Though rare, serious strep throat infections can lead to amputations

Though rare, serious strep throat infections can lead to amputations

Around March 25, she started having some symptoms which were similar to those of the common flu , but she also felt pain in her arms and legs. Doctors said bacteria from her sore throat had travelled through her bloodstream to the tissues in her legs, resulting in necrotising fasciitis - a tissue infection that can spread quickly and lead to further complications such as sepsis, which can cause organ failure and death. Read More

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Internet providers likely allowed to sell personal browser data without user's consent

A White House statement was issued Tuesday supporting the overturn of the F.C.C. rule. The big telecommunication companies know this, and they lobbied Congress hard to repeal the Obama-era rules, which had yet to go into effect. Violation of online privacy especially by the CIA and the NSA (National Security Agency) has been the subject of lingering debate in the USA as the two spy agencies have already been accused of using social networking sites to gather personal information of people ... Read More

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Here's What Will Happen When Trump and Xi Meet Face to Face

His message aligns with the Trump Administration's position that "all options" should be on the table. Trump has repeatedly called for a 45% tax on Chinese goods to address the trade imbalance between the U.S. He said Trump's claim that climate change is a hoax might erode public support for taking action reducing the country's reliance on coal. "The risk of the U.S. Read More

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Confirmed: Sleeping Gets Tougher As You Get Older

Confirmed: Sleeping Gets Tougher As You Get Older

New research had indicated that now elders can benefit from the effects of a good, restorative and deep sleep just like they did when they were younger. A disruption to the sleep-wake rhythm commonly leaves older adults worn out during the day but frustratingly restless at night, Mander said. A scientific review has concluded that we can not get away with less sleep as we age, as many experts believe. Read More

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Dog attacks on mail carriers hit 6755 as online sales boom

The Postal Service, the medical community, veterinarians and the insurance industry are working together to educate the public that dog bites are avoidable by providing prevention tips during National Dog Bite Prevention Week . The agency is taking steps to prevent attacks. The Package Pickup application on usps.com asks customers to indicate if there are dogs at their addresses when they schedule package pickups. Read More

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55 percent of Americans approve of Obamacare

The top executive of Long Beach, Calif. -based Molina Healthcare said Republicans' "piecemeal approach" to repeal and replace the ACA will lead to a "healthcare disaster", according to a Tuesday interview on CNBC's Closing Bell. She said uncertainty about whether the law will change and whether the Trump administration will continue to enforce it is already making insurers reconsider whether to offer federally subsidized plans to Americans who don't get health insurance through an employer ... Read More

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Defoe scores on return as England beat Lithuania

Jermain Defoe was struggling to contain his emotions even before scoring on his return from England exile in a 2-0 World Cup qualifying win over Lithuania. "We've got individual players who will play better than they did". Defoe's strike midway through the first half capped an global return to remember and Southgate has opened the door to the veteran heading to Russian Federation next year aged 35. Read More

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Depression: We're all at risk, World Health Organization warns

Depression: We're all at risk, World Health Organization warns

Dr Shin Young-soo is regional director for the Western Pacific of the World Health Organisation. In the age group of 15-29 years, the suicide rate per 1 lakh people is as high as 35.5. Depression varies by age, peaking in older adults aged 55-74 years, but also occurring in children and adolescents. Others actively aim to identify the causes of workplace problem that contribute to mental health problems. Read More

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Angels' Richards leaves with apparent arm injury

Angels' Richards leaves with apparent arm injury

He then induced a groundout, struck out Ryon Healy and walked Khris Davis. Catcher Martin Maldonado noticed Richards experiencing some discomfort and motioned for the trainer to come out and examine Richards. "I think it's good he can exhale. Some broken-bat singles, some flares, but they strung them together really well and got some runs out of it". "He's got such a wide gap between his fastball and his breaking stuff", Oakland manager Bob Melvin said. Read More

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United States of America one of four countries making up half of all smoking deaths

United States of America one of four countries making up half of all smoking deaths

The Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study, based on information on smoking in 195 countries and territories from 1990 to 2015, found that roughly 1 billion people smoked in 2015 - 1 in 4 men and 1 in 20 women. While Indonesia, Bangladesh and the Philippines did not have significant reductions in male prevalence of daily smoking since 1990, the Philippines, Germany, and India had no significant decreases in smoking among women. Read More

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Justice Ademola, wife: FG appeals court judgment

Justice Ademola, wife: FG appeals court judgment

The source revealed that the government, through the Ministry of Justice, had also filed a fresh case in the Code of Conduct Tribunal against Justice Ademola and wife "for living above their means and failure to declare their assets". He further held that it would amount to asking the defendants to prove their innocence contrary to the provision of ‎the Constitution which required the prosecution to prove their guilt if they were asked to open their defence. Read More

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Nearly half of US adults infected with genital HPV

Nearly half of US adults infected with genital HPV

The investigators found that during that time period, the prevalence of oral HPV for adults of both genders stood at just over 7 percent, while 4 percent of men and women had high-risk oral HPV. In recent years, health experts have reported the rise of HPV-related cases of oropharyngeal cancer, or cancers that occur in the tonsils and base of tongue. Read More

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"Pink Star" diamond breaks auction record

The diamond was first unveiled to the public in May 2003 as the "Steinmetz Pink", and was modeled by Danish model Helena Christensen at a dedicated event thrown to coincide with the Monaco Grand Prix. We are very, very confident all three bidders had the financial capability and, of course, the buyer has the financial capability. However, the deal fell apart after the buyer defaulted and Sotheby's was forced to buy back the diamond. Read More

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Analysts Estimates And Ratings Rite Aid Corporation (RAD)

There may be various price targets for a stock . This is the price at which the trader or investor wants to exit his existing position so he can realize the most reward. The stock as of last trading session moved -0.71% down from its 52 week low and was -52.22% behind its 52 week high. The 52-Week High range of the stock is $1.14, while the 52-week low range is $0.01. Read More

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Man loses both his legs after spider bite

Man loses both his legs after spider bite

His family said that a surgeon at The Alfred told them Tuesday that the treatment had been effective in eliminating the bacteria from his body. Pareja said he has no memory of being bitten by a white-tailed spider, but his brother-in-law Ray Ogleby told the news outlet that the toxicology report found he may have been. Read More

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