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The projected rise would cost US drivers an average of $133 more this year and the nation an extra $25.4 billion, according to the report . The nation's yearly gasoline bill will rise to $364.6 billion dollars, some $25 billion higher than what motorists spent a year ago as the average household sees their yearly gasoline bill rise to $1,898, up from $1,765 in 2017.
  • It Is Not Crohns Disease It Is a Ketchup Packet

    It Is Not Crohns Disease It Is a Ketchup Packet

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    A woman who thought she had the inflammatory bowel disease Crohn's for 6 years was eventually told by surgeons that her symptoms were caused by the remnants of a Heinz mayonnaise sachet poking into her bowel . This causes the inflammation of the intestine and gives rise to such symptoms. According to the BMJ report, the woman began experiencing pain in 2011 in the lower abdomen.
  • Romaine lettuce linked to deadly E. coli outbreak

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    Seventeen illnesses have been reported from California (3), CT (2), IL (1), IN (1), MI (1), Nebraska (1), New Hampshire (2), NY (1), OH (1), Pennsylvania (1), Virginia (1), Vermont (1) and Washington (1). It is likely that those who are sick in both countries share a common source of infection, said the CDC in a news release. However, there are certain strains of E.
  • Facial yoga makes women look younger, new study claims

    Facial yoga makes women look younger, new study claims

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    The study was published January 3 in the journal JAMA Dermatology . New study by Northwestern University suggests it actually works. Facial exercises sound simple and cost-effective, and - most importantly - they don't require going under the knife.
  • Thai penis whitening fad baffles social media

    Thai penis whitening fad baffles social media

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    It all started six months ago when a man came to the clinic complaining of "dark parts" on his groin. The thing gets started when Thai clinic which is known for many cosmetic surgeries like breast augmentation, shares a post on Facebook, which shows the procedure of turning the skin of penis light.
  • CDC Investigating Multistate Outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 Infections

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    Consumers in the affected states, which include California, New York and Washington, are being advised to avoid Romaine lettuce by consumer watchdog Consumer Reports . Americans have been warned not to eat romaine lettuce after an outbreak of E. coli infection in Canada was attributed to people eating contaminated romaine lettuce, it has been reported.
  • Perfectionism among young people rises by over 30%

    Perfectionism among young people rises by over 30%

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    Another possible reason for the increase in perfectionism, say Curren and Hill, is "the rise in meritocracy", the idea that "the ideal life and lifestyle - encapsulated by achievement, wealth, and social status - are available to anyone provided you try hard enough".
  • The cancer death rate has dropped again. Here's why

    The cancer death rate has dropped again. Here's why

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    The data is reported in Cancer Statistics 2018, the American Cancer Society's comprehensive annual report on cancer incidence, mortality, and survival. But the report is still good news. A woman has a 1 in 8 chance of developing breast cancer over her lifetime; a man has a 1 in 9 chance of being diagnosed with prostate cancer, the American Cancer Society says.
  • Three more flu-related deaths reported in Dallas

    Three more flu-related deaths reported in Dallas

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    If you don't have medical insurance, you can go to a County public health center to get vaccinated. You can report flu year-round and view the weekly influenza report during the influenza season here. Christian said Tennessee usually sees two to three pediatric flu-related deaths each flu season. Try not to touch your eyes, nose and mouth. Clean and disinfect frequently touched surfaces at home, work, or school, especially when someone is ill.
  • Can games affect you mentally?

    Can games affect you mentally?

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    The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders - a separate compendium of strictly psychological disorders - does not now list a gaming disorder, calling it only a "condition for further study". And, putting that official label on them recklessly trivializes real mental health issues like depression and social anxiety disorder, which deserve treatment and the full attention of the medical community.
  • Time to lose weight? Experts rate diets

    Time to lose weight? Experts rate diets

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    And not all diets are flawless, in fact, some can be extremely unhealthy - especially if they make you give up food groups, do cleanses or replace your meals with supplements and shakes. Before trying a new diet, see which foods are off limits and then find alternative foods that can provide those nutrients. The "new meat" food group includes tofu, beans, lentils, peas, nuts and seeds and eggs, according to U.S.
  • A flu outbreak in New Jersey: Did the flu shot fail us?

    A flu outbreak in New Jersey: Did the flu shot fail us?

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    On average, 400 to 600 people die in Ireland every year due to flu-related causes. The Badger state is one of 35 where the flu has been deemed as "widespread". However, some people will develop pneumonia and other complications. According to an estimate, vaccinations were 10 percent effective against the H3N2 strain when it swept through Australia in August, giving the Aussies a terrible flu season.
  • Romaine lettuce linked to outbreak of E. coli in 13 states

    Romaine lettuce linked to outbreak of E. coli in 13 states

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    CDC, several states, and FDA are investigating an outbreak in the United States. Canadian officials first reported the outbreak on December 11. The last confirmed onset of the illness in the USA was December 8, Williams said. "Very young children and the elderly are more likely to develop severe illness and HUS than others, but even healthy older children and young adults can become seriously ill", the CDC said.
  • Rana Daggubati's Haathi Mere Saathi' First Look Stuns Everyone

    Rana Daggubati's Haathi Mere Saathi' First Look Stuns Everyone

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    Now, Rana will be seen in Haathi Mere Saathi and also 1945 based movie. After establishing his status as an global star with the grand success of Baahubali 2: The Conclusion and making the audience say wow! with Nene Raju Nene Mantri , the versatile actor is back on screen as Bandev in his trilingual movie Haathi Mere Saathi .
  • New Research Says Chocolate Could Be Extinct by 2050

    New Research Says Chocolate Could Be Extinct by 2050

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    The cacao tree, which produces cocoa beans, thrives only in humid rainforest-like conditions close to the equator. If it works, it would allow the crops to survive in hotter, drier climates. "We're trying to go all in here", Mars' chief sustainability officer Barry Parkin told Business Insider . "There are obviously commitments the world is leaning into but, frankly, we don't think we're getting there fast enough collectively".
  • Dave Chappelle addresses Louis CK allegations in new Netflix special

    Dave Chappelle addresses Louis CK allegations in new Netflix special

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    I can't tell. I can't tell. Dave Chappelle talked about the recent cases of sexual assault and harassment cases in Hollywood in his comedy special The Bird Revelation and admitted that the complaints against his friend Louis C.K. King, he'd be like, 'I can't continue this movement?'" Chappelle said. I'm sorry, but the freedom of black people must be stopped. "I thought we were going to get a couple of drinks and chill".