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California topped the list followed by CT. According to the study, California ranks number one with most aggressive drivers followed by CT and Georgia . According to a new study, a Kentucky drive won't go more than ten minutes out on the road without running into one of the aggressive driving moods.
  • Scientists discover new DNA structure called i-motif

    Scientists discover new DNA structure called i-motif

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    And if finding out that you have a completely unique and never before seen structure in your DNA is somewhat of a shock, then it must be completely mind-blowing to fathom that there could be others as well. Previously, researchers in the field debated whether the structure existed at all inside living cells. Within the human genome, the i-motif stands out.
  • Advisory Services Network LLC Buys Shares of 27729 US Bancorp (USB)

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    JD.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:JD) has risen 29.73% since April 22, 2017 and is uptrending. The stock underperformed the S&P 500 by 16.03%. Van Hulzen Asset Management Llc increased Us Bancorp ( USB ) stake by 12.55% reported in 2017Q4 SEC filing. Therefore 43% are positive. U.S. Bancorp has a one year low of $49.03 and a one year high of $58.50. The company's Average Earnings Estimate for the Current Fiscal quarter is $1.01, according to consensus of 27 analysts.
  • In Utero Caffeine Exposure Affects Early Childhood Weight

    In Utero Caffeine Exposure Affects Early Childhood Weight

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    The researchers found that women who had a very high intake of caffeine during pregnancy had a 66% heightened risk of having a child with excess growth during the first year of life compared with women who had a low intake of caffeine. Researchers observed a similar risk trajectory for overweight in childhood. "This recommendation is based on all the scientific evidence of the adverse effects of caffeine on pregnancy outcomes such as miscarriage and fetal growth restriction".
  • 'Queen' gets taxi to hospital for new great-grandchild's arrival

    'Queen' gets taxi to hospital for new great-grandchild's arrival

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    In a statement, the palace said : "Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 11:01". The child will be fifth in line to the throne . Twitter users were quick to point out that her look paralleled that of Princess Diana's when she exited the hospital after giving birth to her second son, Harry , just as Middleton had also given birth to her second son.
  • John Hopkins University Performs First Successful Total Penis Transplant

    John Hopkins University Performs First Successful Total Penis Transplant

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    The penis and scrotum (without testicles) and partial abdominal wall came from a deceased donor. As with any transplant surgery, tissue rejection is a concern for doctors, so the patient has been put on a series of immunosuppressive drugs to prevent that possible development, according to Johns Hopkins officials.
  • CDC Warns 'Do Not Buy Or Eat Romaine Lettuce From Yuma'

    CDC Warns 'Do Not Buy Or Eat Romaine Lettuce From Yuma'

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    Initially, the outbreak was tied only to chopped romaine lettuce from Yuma. The CDC said if you can't figure out the source of your romaine, don't buy it or eat it, and to throw it away. In a recent study , researchers tried washing E. coli off of romaine lettuce and other leafy greens. The problem is that produce labels often do not identify growing regions and a restaurant may not know the origin, either.
  • Indiana Health Dept. Urges Hepatitis A Vaccine For Ky., Mich. Visitors

    Indiana Health Dept. Urges Hepatitis A Vaccine For Ky., Mich. Visitors

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    IN is also reporting a larger number of hep A infections this year compared with 2017, leading public health experts there to push vaccines for those who haven't already received immunizations. The disease can also be spread through food, though officials do not believe the outbreak seen in MI is linked to tainted food. "So basically through direct person-to-person contact and elicit drug use", Sutfin added.
  • Finance ministry won't favour cut in fuel duty

    Finance ministry won't favour cut in fuel duty

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    Currently, petrol is retailing in Mumbai at Rs 82.35; in Kolkata at Rs 77.20; in Delhi at Rs 74.5 and Chennai at 77.29. The government is comfortable with the current level of inflation and the impact of rising of fuel prices on inflation is not a matter of concern for the time being, the official said.
  • Lai Moh'd Says Critics Setting Buhari Against Youths

    Lai Moh'd Says Critics Setting Buhari Against Youths

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    Mischief makers are taking it as full-time job to scrutinize and twist President Muhammadu Buhari's statements, according to the Minister of Information and Culture Lai Mohammed. The forum stated that the youths of Nigeria deserve an unreserved apology from Buhari and his administration, giving the President a seven-day ultimatum to do so.
  • Lois Riess to be Held in Cameron County Jail Pending Extradition Hearing

    Lois Riess to be Held in Cameron County Jail Pending Extradition Hearing

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    She was captured in South Padre Island Thursday night and is now being held without bond. "I'm looking at her and I said, "I know this is the lady", Higgenbottom told WINK-TV. The Blooming Prairie woman known as the "Killer Grandma" is expected to be extradited to Florida before she comes back to Minnesota. From there, investigators believe she killed 59-year-old Pamela Hutchinson of Bradenton, Florida, and assumed her identity.
  • CDC Expands Warning: Get Rid of All Lettuce from Yuma Region

    CDC Expands Warning: Get Rid of All Lettuce from Yuma Region

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    The most current illness case count is 53, with illnesses reported in 16 states. The Centers of Disease Control (CDC) expanded its warning on Yuma-grown chopped romaine to all romaine, including whole heads and hearts of romaine. Symptoms of E. coli infection include diarrhea, which can be bloody, severe stomach cramps and vomiting. Infections start when someone swallows a tiny amount of human or animal feces through a variety of ways, including contaminated food, consumption of ...
  • Artificial sweeteners linked to poor metabolism and increased type 2 diabetes risk

    Artificial sweeteners linked to poor metabolism and increased type 2 diabetes risk

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    Mark Hyman. A new study suggests that consuming high amounts of artificial sweeteners may contribute towards developing type II diabetes just as much as eating loads of sugar. While the rats treated with glucose predictably did worse on a high-sugar diet, the researchers observed biological changes in the rats treated with the artificial sweeteners.
  • Delhi Daredevils begin home leg against Kings XI Punjab

    Delhi Daredevils begin home leg against Kings XI Punjab

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    Delhi Daredevils' just triumph has come against Mumbai Indians when English opener Jason Roy and the dynamic Rishabh Pant let go. In keeping with the contrasting positions in the race for the playoff spots, what is working so far for Kings has become a problem area for Daredevils.
  • Twenty dead in air strike in southwestern Yemen - residents

    Twenty dead in air strike in southwestern Yemen - residents

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    Six bodies were identified, with numerous rest charred beyond recognition, according to residents. "The missile has been launched premeditatedly against populated districts, but the Saudi Air Force managed to intercept it", he said, adding that residential areas were hit by fragments of the missile which set fire in a farm owned by a Saudi citizen with no damage reported.
  • FAA Issues Inspection Order for Boeing 737 Engines

    FAA Issues Inspection Order for Boeing 737 Engines

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    The Southwest Airlines aircraft, which was flying from NY to Dallas and had 149 passengers on board, was forced to make an emergency landing in Philadelphia on Tuesday. At issue are engines made by CFM International, a joint venture between General Electric Co. and France's Safran SA. The Southwest Boeing 737 took off Tuesday morning from NY, headed for Dallas.