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Running can increase your lifespan

Running can increase your lifespan

For most runners, two hours of running is equal to about 12 miles per week, which is definitely doable if you're committed to getting your sweat on two or three times a week. But it is likely, he says, that it combats numerous common risk factors for early death, including high blood pressure and extra body fat, especially around the middle. Read More

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Mariners' Paxton gets scoreless streak to 21 IP, beats Texas

Mariners' Paxton gets scoreless streak to 21 IP, beats Texas

Said Hernandez: "I think they were just looking for breaking balls. He's a very savvy pitcher; that's why he's the ace that he is". He got a few strikeouts tonight, but that's not what was driving him. The right fielder's three-run homer to center field send home Martin and Taylor Motter to narrow Texas' lead to 6-4 in the third. This time, he didn't get quite as lucky and was thrown out at first. Read More

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AIADMK Deputy General Secretary TTV Dinakaran Charged An FIR For Bribery

While freezing the "Two Leaves" symbol on March 22, the EC has asked both factions of the AIADMK to submit documents by April 17 so that full bench hearing on the matter can begin. Mr Dinakaran said he does not know Sukesh Chandrasekar and "I will answer if I get summons". Dinakaran was earlier in the day named accused in FIR filed by the Delhi Police crime branch for allegedly offering bribe for his party's "Two leaves" symbol. Read More

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Doctors Hospital Receives an A for Patient Safety

Doctors Hospital Receives an A for Patient Safety

Still, safety problems, including patient injuries, accidents and infections, continue to occur regularly in hospitals. According to the organization, more than 1,000 Americans die each day from preventable hospital errors. Indiana Regional Medical Center was one of 823 hospitals nationally and the only one locally to receive an "A". The Hospital Safety Scorecard is considered the gold standard for patient safety and is one of the most trusted resources used by patients seeking high-quality, ... Read More

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Couple finds out they are biological twins during IVF treatment

Couple finds out they are biological twins during IVF treatment

The story, covered in Mississippi Herald , stated that the doctors however told the couple that they had no doubt that they were siblings, going by their DNA. Apparently, they were really happy together and seemed to get along from the very beginning. The peer added that the unusual case was important because it underscored the need for children to know who their biological parents are, and the dangers of withholding such information. Read More

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Classic Empire clinches Kentucky Derby spot with Oaklawn win

Classic Empire clinches Kentucky Derby spot with Oaklawn win

Earlier Saturday, Senior Investment chased down West Coast in the final furlong to win the $200,000 Grade 3 Lexington by a head Saturday at Keeneland, but the 10 points he earned leaves him outside looking in for the May 6 Kentucky Derby. The 2017 Arkansas Derby is scheduled to take place this afternoon from Oaklawn Park in Hot Springs, Arkansas. "I've never once counted him out", he said. Read More

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China's 1Q economic growth ticks higher to 6.9 percent

In separate releases on Monday, the National Bureau of Statistics said industrial production rose 7.6% in the 12 months through March. The economy grew 6.7% a year ago. The Chinese economy picked up steam in the first quarter. China saw its slowest growth in almost three decades in 2016. Cheap credit has meanwhile bolstered the construction sector since past year, attracting savers and speculators who have fuelled housing prices in large cities and accelerated manufacturing activity. Read More

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Indian Railways launches train with a glass ceiling!

Indian Railways launches train with a glass ceiling!

Also, the coaches will be equipped with LED lights, rotatable seats and GPS-based information system. The coach also has a glass-domed ceiling, automatic sliding doors and a multi-tier luggage rack, a railway release said. Mr. Srinivasulu Naidu felt that the railways could develop accommodation facilities at the Borra and Araku railway stations for the benefit of tourists. Read More

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Rose, Garcia share Masters lead, setting up drama-filled final round

Rose, Garcia share Masters lead, setting up drama-filled final round

Rose, who became the first English victor of the US Open for 43 years at Merion in 2013, carded a third round of 67 to finish six under par, with halfway joint leader Garcia shooting 70. Next is Spieth, who opened with 75. On the Saturday night of his first Masters in 2014, Spieth shared the lead with Bubba Watson. He's dead last in putting among the 55 players who made the cut. Read More

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North Korean missile test fails, US and South Korea say

North Korean missile test fails, US and South Korea say

Washington sent the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group and other military hardware to the region in an apparent show of force and in preparation for " any possible scenarios ". It again called for talks to defuse the crisis on Friday. The North Korean regime's defiant actions occur despite a global condemnation against its weapons programme including from China - a key ally. Read More

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Mark Canada's Triumph and Losses at Vimy Ridge

The Battle of Vimy Ridge was part of a larger British-led offensive that included Australian soldiers, known as the Battle of Arras, which was a diversionary tactic to assist a major French attack further south. "(The Canadians) succeeded in seizing the vital high ground of Vimy - a task in which many others before them had failed", Prince Charles said . Commemorating the battle of Vimy Ridge is of particular importance to the B.C. Read More

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North Korean test missile explodes on launch

U.S. Pacific Command said the ballistic missile, of a kind not yet determined, was launched from near a submarine base at Sinpo, a port city on North Korea's east coast. In Seoul, South Korea's presidential office convened a national security council meeting to examine security postures. Trump tweeted Tuesday that the North was "looking for trouble" and if China didn't do its part to rein in Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions, the USA could handle it alone. Read More

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Jose Mourinho revels as Manchester United stun leaders Chelsea at home

Jose Mourinho revels as Manchester United stun leaders Chelsea at home

Ibrahimovic had admitted he was "tired" in the draw at Anderlecht and had no issue with Jose Mourinho's criticism of the forwards for failing to take enough chances in that match. The Blues have enjoyed a brilliant campaign, which has helped by having a more than flawless schedule due to no participation in Europe this season. Soon after Jesse Lingard shot over from 20 yards after good interplay with Rashford, with Chelsea continuing to look ineffectual in the attacking third. Read More

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Lady Gaga just released her new single 'The Cure'

At the moment we don't know whether further new music is set to be released, but the important thing is... we have a new single from Gaga and it's actually a summer banger. Because, to be honest, there just wasn't enough time to put together the same show she's taking on the road later this year when Mother Monster stepped up in February to replace a pregnant Beyoncé at the annual attractive people spring fling in Indio, California. Read More

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The world watches as United States giraffe April gives birth to calf

April will raise the calf for six to 10 months, the park told The New York Times . Patch told local media the zoo's giraffe cam would continue to livestream April and her baby until Thursday, April 20. This is his first offspring. April is seen in the video walking around her stall and licking the hooves of her baby. The park's livestream was briefly interrupted in February when YouTube pulled the feed after someone reported the images contained explicit material and nudity. Read More

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Oba Ewuare tells Ize-Iyamu to accept tribunal verdict

Oba Ewuare tells Ize-Iyamu to accept tribunal verdict

The Edo tribunal in rejecting Ize-Iyamu's petition to upturn the verdict of the September 28, 2016 election, also confirmed Mr Godwin Obaseki as the duly elected governor of the state. The petitioners had also listed Obaseki, APC and INEC as the first, second and third respondents, respectively, in the suit marked " which the tribunal heard before it reserved judgement after the parties adopted their final address on April 3.‎. Read More

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Paulo Dybala "very happy at Juventus"

It could have been worse for Barca as Gonzalo Higuain, usually Juve's most unsafe marksman, missed two chances that he would usually have snapped up. Juventus was aggressive from the start and nearly scored in the third minute when Gonzalo Higuain's header from a free kick taken by Miralem Pjanic was dropped by Marc-Andre ter Stegen, but the Barcelona goalkeeper recovered in time. Read More

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Syrians stuck around Aleppo as evacuation deal stalls - monitor, activists

Syria's opposition says the evacuation deals, which have included areas of Aleppo and a district in the western city of Homs, amount to forced displacement of Assad's opponents from Syria's main urban centers. "My home was the most attractive place in Syria, but we leave so no one else has to die here", said one man, speaking on the condition of anonymity to protect relatives who would now fall under government control. Read More

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President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko congratulates Belarusian Christians on Easter

Pastor Steve Mathonnet-VanderWell says it's hard to explain what the cross accomplished. Moses and the prophets had witnessed about the coming Messiah and yet the religious leaders of the Hebrew people never really comprehended it. This forgiveness we remember at Easter is freely available to all through Jesus. The significance of this day lies in the Church's commemoration of Christ's arrest, crucifixion, death and eventual resurrection. Read More

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Easter egg hunts planned for Saturday

Easter egg hunts planned for Saturday

WHAT: Immanuel Baptist Church Easter egg hunt . Get ready to scramble for more than 1,000 eggs and keep an eye out for the special "Golden Eggs" that will have prizes. Filoteo said. "The event serves Edinburg and the surrounding communities". Brace yourself for one hour of swimming, more than 60 minutes of jogging or 45 minutes of rowing to burn this sweet treat off. Read More

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USA, Canada & Mexico to make joint bid

The US, Canada and Mexico bid is said to be a favorite for the 2026 World Cup as the two previous World Cup hosts, Europe and Asia, can not bid for the next event. The United States will received the bulk of the tournament's games, as expected-the U.S.is already CONCACAF's go-to country, with so many immigrants living there-but there are complications. Read More

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Capoue fires Watford to 1-0 win over struggling Swansea

Capoue fires Watford to 1-0 win over struggling Swansea

Capoue's 42nd-minute victor took Watford to the magical 40-points mark - but left Swansea two points adrift of safety with five games left to save their Premier League lives. The home side finally managed an effort on target in the 23rd minute, M'Baye Niang's free-kick drawing a regulation save from Fabianski and the Poland worldwide then produced a more acrobatic block to keep out a volley from the sliding Troy Deeney. Read More

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Mourinho summons strength for Chelsea ambush

But with centre-backs Chris Smalling and Phil Jones injured, Mourinho complained that Eric Bailly and Rojo will have to shoulder the burden of every match until the end of the season. "And I totally agree with him and I will do whatever he wants". "There is a game of football and I want to win with my team, he wants to win with his team". Read More

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