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Food and Drug Administration said. Twenty-three more people fell ill since the last update on May 9, bringing the total to 172 people from 32 states , the Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) said on Wednesday. The FDA, he tweeted, "ruled out that the contamination was caused by just one farm suggesting it was a complex problem and will take further time to investigate".
  • STD cases drastically climb in California

    STD cases drastically climb in California

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    Young women made up the majority of chlamydia cases; men accounted for the majority of syphilis and gonorrhea cases. Female cases of syphilis increased early 7-fold from less than 250 early-cases reported in 2012. Congenital syphilis is a growing problem in Washington. He pointed to nations such as Cuba, Thailand and Belarus that have almost eliminated the life-threatening infection seen in infants.
  • Texas joins 5 states suing opioid maker Purdue Pharma

    Texas joins 5 states suing opioid maker Purdue Pharma

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    Opioid-related hospitalizations have increased from 2010 to 2016 by 136 percent in emergency room encounters and 84 percent in inpatient admissions. Among about two dozen community members, anti-drug activists and counselors in attendance at today's announcement, which took place at the Grant Sawyer Building, 555 E.
  • The Kerch Strait bridge is officially opened

    The Kerch Strait bridge is officially opened

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    The project was aimed to facilitate transportation between mainland Russian Federation and the peninsula, which were previously connected only by a ferry line. European Union and U.S. sanctions have targeted those involved in building the bridge, principally Putin's close ally, businessman Arkady Rotenberg, whose company Stroygazmontazh won the construction contract.
  • Tuesday is voting day on school district budgets

    Tuesday is voting day on school district budgets

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    Southampton School District residents will also be voting on the district's proposed $70.4 million 2018-19 budget and a contested Board of Education race. Gary public schools will continue to be run by its emergency manager, Peggy Hinckley, a former interim superintendent in Indianapolis Public Schools.
  • New Cure For Common Cold Targets Human Protein Instead Of Virus

    New Cure For Common Cold Targets Human Protein Instead Of Virus

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    Researchers at the Imperial College of London have developed a molecule that interferes with the rhinovirus' ability to create a protective shell necessary for it to replicate. Ed Tate , of Imperial College London in the United Kingdom. Researchers are now working on a drug that can be inhaled for people who have just started getting the sniffles.
  • Wonderful breakthrough shows transfer of memories possible

    Wonderful breakthrough shows transfer of memories possible

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    There are many kinds of RNA, and in future research, Glanzman wants to identify the types of RNA that can be used to transfer memories . As a result, researchers used RNA, which is part of the epigenetic modification and part of the process of forming long-term memory.
  • Industry welcomes WHO's plan to ban trans fats

    Industry welcomes WHO's plan to ban trans fats

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    There's not a good way to remove trans fats from natural foods, but food policy experts agree there's no place for artificially made trans fats in human diets. After Denmark led the way 15 years ago with the world's first restrictions on industrially produced trans fats, New York City followed suit five years later.
  • Poor People's Campaign rallies downtown, 10 arrested

    Poor People's Campaign rallies downtown, 10 arrested

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    This afternoon's inaugural event, near the steps of the Statehouse, will focus on child poverty, women in poverty and people with disabilities. "We want Governor Dayton to veto the bill". The Michigan Poor People's Campaign launched at the state Capitol. This year's national campaign will culminate in a March on Washington as well, scheduled for June 23.
  • Ronda Rousey vs Nia Jax Set For Money In The Bank

    Ronda Rousey vs Nia Jax Set For Money In The Bank

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    Ronda Rousey will receive her first Raw Women's Championship match next month at Money in the Bank , it has been confirmed today. For one, announcing the match at the NBCUniversal upfronts with Jax, Rousey and Flair all in attendance allows for greater mainstream media attention and shines a brighter light on the company's women's revolution.
  • Essex Police supports Mental Health Awareness Week

    Essex Police supports Mental Health Awareness Week

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    Overall the number of referrals to CAMHS from schools has steadily increased since 2014/15, reaching 34,757 in 2017/18 - the equivalent of 183 every school day. It's estimated that one-in-six working age adults experience depression, anxiety or stress-related illness at any one time, costing the United Kingdom business economy an estimated £70b to £100 billion every year and resulting in around 70 million lost working days.
  • More illness linked to recalled eggs

    More illness linked to recalled eggs

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    Despite the pastoral name, Rose Acre Farms has facilities in seven states and is America's second-largest egg producer, after its rival Cal-Maine Foods . To date, the company has recalled more than 206 million potentially tainted eggs that were distributed between January 11 and April 12 to restaurants and grocery chains in at least 9 states.
  • Pashinyan calls on Russian businessmen to make investments in Armenia

    Pashinyan calls on Russian businessmen to make investments in Armenia

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    He said Armenian-Russian relations will become stronger and meetings more effective. "I think that relations will evolve in a positive way", he said. Pashinyan stressed that the protest actions in Armenia were due exclusively to internal problems of the country, and protesters did not make any demands concerning the country's foreign policy.
  • Indigo staffer arrested over bomb hoax call to IGI airport

    Indigo staffer arrested over bomb hoax call to IGI airport

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    Bhat made the call on May 2, reported The Times of India . Soon after the call, a few Mumbai bound air flights were physically checked after which the authorities declared the phone calls as hoax. He got depressed and made the call out of frustration and to teach a lesson to the airlines, the officer added. The accused is serving as customer service officer in Indigo at the Pune airport.
  • ASU, Arizona Earn National Seeds to NCAA Softball Tourney

    ASU, Arizona Earn National Seeds to NCAA Softball Tourney

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    Florida, the SEC regular season and tourney champion, will play Bethune-Cookman at 7:30 p.m. Friday after Ohio State opens against South Florida at 5 p.m.in the double-elimination tournament. The Wolverines open play at noon Friday against Notre Dame in the Lexington, Kentucky Regional, hosted by the 16 overall seed Wildcats. If the Sun Devils win their region, they would host a super regional.
  • Imo APC leaders meet Osinbajo over APC ward congresses

    Imo APC leaders meet Osinbajo over APC ward congresses

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    The suspects are being charged for criminal conspiracy, stealing, forgery, theft and unlawful possession of APC wards and local government electoral materials meant for the aborted APC ward congress election of May, 5, 2018. Security operatives and firefighters at the APC secretariat located along Okigwe road in Owerri, Imo State capital. The meeting, held at the Aso Rock Presidential Villa in Abuja, was on the crisis that trailed Saturday's ward congress in the state.
  • Uttarakhand likely to hit by thunderstorm

    Uttarakhand likely to hit by thunderstorm

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    Thunderstorm accompanied with squall with wind speed reaching 50-70 km per hour are "very likely" at isolated places over east Uttar Pradesh, Assam, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura, Gangetic West Bengal, Odisha and Jharkhand, said the Indian Meteorological Deaprtment (IMD ).