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The leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria, popularly known as the Shiite group, Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, on Saturday denied the news that he was dead. The cleric and his wife sustained gunshot wounds during their arrests. Sheikh El-Zakzaky: If they agree and allow me (He says so jokingly) Journalist: How are you feeling now? "We will continue to press for our demand until the federal government obey's the court order", Mr.
  • 10 people have died of the flu in SLO County

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    Though Chen says this year's flu shot is weaker than in years past, but says that shouldn't mean a person doesn't get it. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports the flu is now widespread in 46 states, almost four times as many compared with this time previous year.
  • FDA changes label safety requirements on prescription opioid, cough medicines

    FDA changes label safety requirements on prescription opioid, cough medicines

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    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration will now require safety labeling changes to limit the use of prescription opioid cough and cold medicines. Instead, they will be labeled for use only in adults aged 18 and older. Moreover, the risks of using prescription opioid cough products in children of all ages generally outweigh the potential benefits. Experts and pediatricians advised that while coughs in those under 18 sometimes do require treatment, usually the coughs were caused by a cold or ...
  • Frozen embryos just as effective as fresh alternative in IVF treatment

    Frozen embryos just as effective as fresh alternative in IVF treatment

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    In the second, of 782 women without PCOS, live birthrates were 33.8 percent for the frozen-embryo group and 31.5 percent for the fresh, again an insignificant difference. Chen and colleagues noted, however, that "caution is warranted in the interpretation of this finding because the analysis was post-hoc and the overall rates of pregnancy loss did not differ significantly between the two groups".
  • Extending CHIP for 10 years rather than 5 saves $6 billion, CBO

    Extending CHIP for 10 years rather than 5 saves $6 billion, CBO

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    The report suggested it may be hard to accurately predict exactly when funding will run out because Congress has tinkered with the rules used to redistribute unspent money to states. When Marina Natali's younger son broke his arm ice-skating a year ago, she did not have to worry about paying: CHIP footed all of his medical bills .
  • Rhule, Wilks Out As Colts Head Coach Options

    Rhule, Wilks Out As Colts Head Coach Options

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    They've quietly been building a nice recruiting class, now ranking as the No. 30 team for the 2018 cycle on Rivals. The Indianapolis Colts interviewed Baylor head coach Matt Rhule earlier in the week for their vacant head coach position but it seems he will remain at Baylor for his second season.
  • Switzerland bans boiling live lobsters in animal welfare reform

    Switzerland bans boiling live lobsters in animal welfare reform

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    The new Swiss law says that lobsters "will now have to be stunned before they are put to death". Some people have contended crustaceans like lobsters can't feel pain, since they only possess nociception, or "a reflex response to move away from a noxious stimulus", according to Nature's news blog.
  • Reported flu cases are rising — CDC

    Reported flu cases are rising — CDC

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    The Alabama Department of Public Health is putting out a warning that influenza-like activity is on the increase across the state. The CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO) use a scientific process that basically amounts to an educated guess as to what flu strain might be prevalent, and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approves the composition of the vaccine every year.
  • Kamya Punjabi Speaks About Shilpa Shinde

    Kamya Punjabi Speaks About Shilpa Shinde

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    And while Bigg Boss 11 is now in its last leg, the reality show will be having some more twists coming up for the audience. "Shilpa Shinde is like my mother and even my parents insisted that if I called her maa , I must live up to it.
  • Feeding raw meat to pets could be risky, say scientists

    Feeding raw meat to pets could be risky, say scientists

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    The same study also recognized the safety risks surrounding possible pathogens in the uncooked meat. Fifteen products contained species from the nasty Listeria genus, eight products had Escherichia coli , and seven products contained at least one Salmonella species.
  • Bomb cyclone leaves, but brutal cold is next

    Bomb cyclone leaves, but brutal cold is next

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    Dedham, Massachusetts , had 19 inches of snow, according to the National Weather Service . Meteorologists also predicted that thawing should begin on Monday and bring some relief. Among the dead was a 64-year-old man who died of hypothermia in Akron, Ohio. In South Carolina, a man was killed after his pickup slid on icy roads, hitting a median and several trees, according to the Kershaw County Coroner.
  • India beat Pakistan at the Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 in UAE

    India beat Pakistan at the Blind Cricket World Cup 2018 in UAE

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    But the player to watch in this group could be 16-year-old off-spinner Mujeeb Zadran, who not only grabbed five for 13 against Pakistan in that final , but also made a sensational entry into senior worldwide cricket grabbing four for 24 against Ireland in Sharjah for a player of the match debut.
  • NBC Sports Team Talks Super Bowl National Anthem Protests, NFL Attendance

    NBC Sports Team Talks Super Bowl National Anthem Protests, NFL Attendance

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    A 30-second ad during NBC's Super Bowl telecast on February 4 is selling for "north of $5 million", NBC Sports advertising sales chief Dan Lovinger said during a conference call on Thursday, according to the Los Angeles Times. Every game since 2010 has drawn at least 106 million viewers. The Super Bowl traditionally ranks as the year's most-watched event on USA television.
  • 'Flu Is Everywhere,' CDC Says as Virus Hits Its Peak

    'Flu Is Everywhere,' CDC Says as Virus Hits Its Peak

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    And states across the country are reporting higher-than-average flu-related hospitalizations and emergency room visits. "It is not too late to get a flu shot ", Georgia Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the flu season nationwide is far worse than what they saw a year ago at this time. Carter said the state first started to see an increase in hospitalization for influenza during the second week of December and the numbers of ...
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    Salman Khan "overwhelmed" with 'Tiger Zinda Hai' success

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    Let's see how many records Tiger Zinda Hai breaks before creating new ones! The movie which is directed by Ali Abbas Zafar is the sequel to the 2012 hit, Ek Tha Tiger which was then directed by Kabir Khan. If you think the romantic angle between Salman and Katrina Kaif is one of the many reasons the film had such a huge buzz around it, the actor informs that wasn't their concern at all.