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The study also contradicts several common beliefs , such as the idea that America uses more healthcare services than peer countries (it actually has lower rates of physician visits and days spent in the hospital than other nations) and that the quality of healthcare is always lower than in other countries.
  • Nepal's president elected to second term

    Nepal's president elected to second term

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    Though the Nepali Congress led in the presidential elections with 11,428 votes from its 76 members in parliament 113 in provincial assemblies, the support of other smaller parties led to the victory of Bhandari. She married a fellow communist Madan Bhandari whom she met during her initial years in politics. Previously, President Bhandari had led the Ministry for Environment and Population and in 2009 the Ministry of Defence.
  • Reward for missing CDC scientist Timothy Cunningham grows to $15000

    Reward for missing CDC scientist Timothy Cunningham grows to $15000

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    Atlanta Police Department Major Michael O'Connor had initially said that on the morning of Cunningham's disappearance, the 35-year-old doctor spoke with his supervisor about a promotion that he didn't receive and expressed disappointment to several coworkers about being passed up for the position.
  • US Deaths Tied to 'Ubiquitous but Insidious' Lead: 410K a Year

    US Deaths Tied to 'Ubiquitous but Insidious' Lead: 410K a Year

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    People with high levels of at least 6.7mg were twice as likely to die from ischaemic heart disease compared with people having low levels of lead in their blood. These results remained after accounting for a number of possible confounding factors, including participants' age, sex, body mass index (BMI), diet, smoking status, and alcohol intake.
  • All-party meet at Kejriwal's residence to discuss sealing drive in Delhi

    All-party meet at Kejriwal's residence to discuss sealing drive in Delhi

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    The all-party meeting ended up being an AAP and Congress meeting, with the BJP boycotting. Sources in the All-India Congress Committee said they will raise the issue in Parliament, which is in session till April 6. After the meeting, Maken said the discussion was fruitful. AICC sources said Mr. Gandhi was briefed about the matter by Mr. Maken after the all-party meeting at Kejriwal's residence.
  • India will be TB-free by 2025, promises PM Modi

    India will be TB-free by 2025, promises PM Modi

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    According to stats, due to TB every year 1.7 million lost their lives across the country. Reiterating the government's commitment, Union minister for health and family welfare J P Nadda said the National Strategic Plan to end TB by 2025 rolled out by the government has already been appreciated by the global community as a model plan for combating TB.
  • South Africa win second Test against Australia to level series

    South Africa win second Test against Australia to level series

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    It was interesting that it was Smith who was involved in the exchange of shirt material with Rabada, which was [the incident] that got the suspension. Nathan Lyon dismissed de Villiers for 28, reducing South Africa to 81-4, but the visitors didn't have enough runs to play with and the Proteas got home.
  • Sanofi and Regeneron to expand United States access to Praluent

    Sanofi and Regeneron to expand United States access to Praluent

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    Praluent , or alirocumab, a relatively new cholesterol drug, is effective at lowering heart attack and death risk, according to a study sponsored by manufactuers Sanofi and Regeneron Pharmaceuticals . The organization recommended a price range of $4,500 to $8,000 for those high-risk patients likely to gain the most benefit from Praluent therapy. Despite their striking ability to lower gobs of LDL-C or "bad" cholesterol, their sales have been meager compared to Wall Street analysts' initial ...
  • Anushka Sharma Virat Kohli new photo will send romantic waves

    Anushka Sharma Virat Kohli new photo will send romantic waves

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    And truly, it's the best thing you'll see on social media today. Virat and Anushka tied the knot in Tuscany, Italy and their wedding was a private affair with just family and close friends in attendance. When India's tour of South Africa concluded, Virat openly credited Anushka for inspiration and support . From cheering from the stands to posting Instagram stories whenever Virat hits a century , wifey is not behind in overt display of love for hubby.
  • Serena Williams ready to serve up beauty brand 'Aneres'

    Serena Williams ready to serve up beauty brand 'Aneres'

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    So, I'm going to wait and see what happens. They met for the first time in the second round of the 1998 Australian Open which Venus won 7-6 (7/4), 6-1. "That's, you know, totally gone out of my mind". "It's a huge difference to play her in the semi-finals or even the quarter-finals or a final as opposed to the third round".
  • Vikings Among Several Teams Reaching Out To Free Agent QB Drew Brees

    Vikings Among Several Teams Reaching Out To Free Agent QB Drew Brees

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    With each day Brees and the Saints do not agree on a new deal, the likelihood he winds up elsewhere increases. Monday's deadline isn't that big of a deal, really. Drafted out of Northwestern in the seventh round of the Saints' pivotal 2006 class, Strief spent five years as a backup tackle before ascending to the starter's role and becoming one of the locker room's enduring figures, a leader in the offensive line room and a standout player at right tackle.
  • Fertility Clinic Says Failure May Have Damaged Thousands Of Eggs And Embryos

    Fertility Clinic Says Failure May Have Damaged Thousands Of Eggs And Embryos

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    The Post reported that the San Francisco clinic notified about 400 patients who had all of their eggs or embryos stored in the affected storage tank and 100 who had some stored in the tank. In the wake of the San Francisco incident, Herbert said the clinic has begun a conscientious letter-writing campaign to about 500 of the clinic's patients "that may have been involved in this tank".
  • INX Media case: ED can't arrest Karti till March 20

    INX Media case: ED can't arrest Karti till March 20

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    The court noted the submission of Karti's counsel that he was the son of former union finance and home minister P Chidambaram , now a member of Rajya Sabha who had dealt with various stringent penal laws such as TADA, MCOCA, UAPA and NDPS.
  • 6N: England lose to France 22-16 and relinquish title

    6N: England lose to France 22-16 and relinquish title

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    The roles are reversed from twelve months ago when Ireland denied champions-elect England a Grand Slam at the Aviva Stadium, but it will be Rory Best and his team-mates gunning for a Championship clean sweep at Twickenham on St. "When you think of an Irish team doing that in South Africa, they've developed great depth". "We needed to be good at the breakdown, and maybe they were not used to be bothered in that area", Brunel said.
  • Dentists diagnosed with lung disease, with unsuspected reason

    Dentists diagnosed with lung disease, with unsuspected reason

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    The disease is often fatal: Of the nine cases, seven have died, the report said. Although the number of nine patients may not seem a lot - it is just 1 percent of all. It causes progressive and irreversible lung scarring for reasons that are still poorly understood. Going in depth, once the patient has been diagnosed with this disease, there is hardly three to five year of survival chances.
  • False News On Twitter Spread Faster, Human Plays Major Role Than Bots

    False News On Twitter Spread Faster, Human Plays Major Role Than Bots

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    The study authors aimed to be apolitical in distinguishing what was true or false. "Falsehood diffused significantly farther, faster, deeper, and more broadly than the truth in all categories of information, and the effects were more pronounced for false political news than for false news about terrorism, natural disasters, science, urban legends, or financial information", the team, led bySinan Aral of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, wrote in the journal Science .
  • Myanmar 'militarizing' burnt Rohingya villages

    Myanmar 'militarizing' burnt Rohingya villages

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    Amnesty has accused Burma of crimes against humanity . Despite the fact that military operations have declined, the campaigns to banish the Rohingya from Myanmar and to prevent their return continue. Construction appears to have started in January. Nearly six months after launching the military operation, Myanmar's military has admitted to only killing 10 captured Rohingya men , who, it claims, were "terrorists".