• Popular baby food products test positive for arsenic, BPA, lead
Popular baby food products test positive for arsenic, BPA, lead

A recent study of baby food found that an alarmingly high amount contain unsafe contaminants like arsenic and lead . The advocacy group conducted the research for five months with samples from more than 500 infant formulas and baby food products from 60 brands .

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  • Why morning may be best for flu shots
Why morning may be best for flu shots

In addition to the clinics the SCHSA will offer flu vaccinations at their office at 820 Scenic Drive in Modesto. Flu shots for children between 6 months and 18 years of age are free from the health department, which will also host four community flu clinics in various locations around Boone County.

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  • Audio Launch: Highlights of Superstar Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar's '2.0' Grand Event
Audio Launch: Highlights of Superstar Rajinikanth-Akshay Kumar's '2.0' Grand Event

Bollywood star Akshay Kumar , who plays the antagonist in "2.0", said, "Even after becoming such a huge superstar, he (Rajinikanth) is so grounded". Anyone from the nook and corner of the globe will be able to connect with it. Rahman said there are three songs in the film. The message that the film talks about is a global one. "I had a whale of a ...

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  • Hillary Clinton paid for Donald Trump dossier on Russian Federation
Hillary Clinton paid for Donald Trump dossier on Russian Federation

Information included within the Trump dossier reportedly began making the rounds in Washington in the thick of the 2016 presidential campaign , just as the intelligence community began looking into potential connections between the Kremlin and Trump - connections Trump has consistently denied.

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  • Early indications suggest harsh flu season in US
Early indications suggest harsh flu season in US

There are many types of flu viruses . Flu season is just around the corner and doctors want you to stay ahead ahead of the virus . Even though new observations about the flu vaccine continue to be made, experts continue to recommend annual flu vaccinations for children and adults.

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  • Macmillan bus to visit Grantham during Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Macmillan bus to visit Grantham during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Much of the research has been done on "gut" microbiomes, or bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. As Breast Cancer Awareness Month is being celebrated all over the world to raise awareness about breast cancer and its health effects there has been an increase in the number of breast cancer patients in the country.

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  • NLDS Game 1 Predictions: Will Dodgers roll past Diamondbacks? 10/6/17
NLDS Game 1 Predictions: Will Dodgers roll past Diamondbacks? 10/6/17

Looking to back up their season-best 104 wins, the Los Angeles Dodgers begin their 2017 postseason campaign against the NL West rival Arizona Diamondbacks on Friday. "I know certain things you may have seen throughout the course of the year would give you the feeling that it wasn't a great relationship", Lovullo said, "but believe it or not, it...

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  • US House passes bill to ban most abortions after 20 weeks
US House passes bill to ban most abortions after 20 weeks

The House passed the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act late in the afternoon of October 3 by a vote of 237 to 189 , largely along party lines. Ralph Abraham said in a May 2015 abortion debate . "The whole concept of viability is a creation of abortion law, but we can actually save most of these kids now".

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  • LaVar Ball just pulled LaMelo Ball out of high school
LaVar Ball just pulled LaMelo Ball out of high school

Ok, y'all got all that going on, let's see how you do without my tutelage. Now, he will have the next two years to train under his bombastic father and be homeschooled prior to heading off to college. While even LaVar doesn't have the juice to force UCLA to cycle through coaches, he can make life hard for Alford if he chooses. There is no rhyme...

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  • Smart or nah? LaVar Ball pulls LaMelo out of Chino Hills HS
Smart or nah? LaVar Ball pulls LaMelo out of Chino Hills HS

The decision to take LaMelo out of Chino Hills comes after last season's 30-3 season was plagued with infighting between the team, then-head coach Stephan Gilling and LaVar . "I see him going to college, but we're going to see what goes on; his development and how everything goes, we'll see". It's a big hit to the high school basketball scen...

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  • Trump slams Puerto Rico:
Trump slams Puerto Rico: "They want everything to be done for them"

The "politically motivated ingrate" he's referring to is nearly certainly Cruz, as it fits the pattern of POTUS's tweets from Saturday , when he lashed out at the San Juan mayor and the people of Puerto Rico who "want everything to be done for them".

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  • Rangana Herath Becomes 4th Fastest Bowler to Take 400 Test Wickets
Rangana Herath Becomes 4th Fastest Bowler to Take 400 Test Wickets

The 39-year-old left-armer grabbed 6 for 43 - taking 11 wickets in the match - as Pakistan slumped to 114 all-out chasing a target of 136 to win. Pakistan batsman Haris Sohail marked his maiden Test with an important half-century before Sri Lanka's top order succumbed to spin in Abu Dhabi .

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  • Gov. Scott visits Puerto Rico to help recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria
Gov. Scott visits Puerto Rico to help recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria

Trump waived federal restrictions on foreign ships delivering cargo. As for FEMA's presence, Cruz said members of the agency were on the island. He said more than 40 of the island's 69 hospitals are accepting patients. As though criticizing Mayor Cruz wasn't crass enough, Trump invoked the racist trope of lazy minorities hungry for gover...

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  • The Rams beat the Cowboys. Jeff Fisher's ghost is exorcised
The Rams beat the Cowboys. Jeff Fisher's ghost is exorcised

ET slot. Although it's still unclear if Ezekiel Elliott will have to serve his six-game suspension this season, that doesn't matter this week because he's definitely going to be on the field against the Rams , which is good news for the Cowboys offense.

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  • Zidane: No problems between Ronaldo and Real Madrid
Zidane: No problems between Ronaldo and Real Madrid

In an interview after winning 3-1 over German Borussia Dortmund in the UEFA Champions League, Ronaldo was asked about the renewal and said it was a question for Perez, reports Efe news agency. We can change all of [the talk about poor home form] tomorrow. Zinedine Zidane's side have picked up just 11 points from a possible 18 in La Liga so fa...

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  • Cancer patient discovers 'tumor' was not a tumor at all
Cancer patient discovers 'tumor' was not a tumor at all

Mohammed Munavvar at the Royal Preston Hospital in the United Kingdom, according to a BMJ Case Report published Saturday. The facts of the case are simple: a 47-year old from Preston felt poorly for a year, coughed up some very nasty stuff and so visited a respiratory clinic .

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  • Saudi Arabia Announces It Will Lift Ban And Allow Women To Drive
Saudi Arabia Announces It Will Lift Ban And Allow Women To Drive

The experience of both not driving, and witnessing the carnage as I went about my work as a critical care physician in a trauma intensive care unit, was enough to change my feelings about driving life-long. Barely a week after a senior Saudi scholar said women in the country should not be allowed to drive because they have " a quarter the brainpo...

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  • Price could be fired over private jet use, Trump indicates
Price could be fired over private jet use, Trump indicates

Trump said of Price, who left Congress earlier this year to join the Trump Administration. When asked if he would fire Price, Trump said "we'll see". The House of Representatives Oversight and Government Reform Committee opened an investigation on Wednesday into travel by top officials. Trump's remarks were the latest example of the White ...

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  • Madrid orders Catalan police to crack down on officials organising poll
Madrid orders Catalan police to crack down on officials organising poll

US President Donald Trump said it would be "foolish" for Catalans to try to leave Spain , urging the country to remain united ahead of a banned independence referendum Sunday. Sources from the ongoing investigation into the referendum bid told Efe news that among the sites seized by police was that of the Catalonian National Assembly (ANC)...

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  • Susan Collins opposes Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill, dooming the Republican Obamacare repeal
Susan Collins opposes Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill, dooming the Republican Obamacare repeal

Senator Susan Collins of ME might have saved Utah Senator Orrin Hatch from a few minutes of verbal abuse had she tweeted eight hours earlier. Lindsey Graham of SC. The Senate's ability to use the fast-track process, however, expires at the end of the fiscal year, which is Saturday. The Republicans' latest effort to tear down Obamacare died a ...

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  • Minnesota Vikings vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Minnesota Vikings vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Buccaneers' defense did a relatively good job holding red-hot rookie back Dalvin Cook in check early, until a couple long runs in the second half. Ward resulted in a punt right back. Not once did he fumble or throw an interception, unlike Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston , who tossed three picks on Sunday.

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  • Barcelona condemn Spanish crackdown on Catalonia independence vote
Barcelona condemn Spanish crackdown on Catalonia independence vote

Mr. Romeva said that Catalonia would hold the referendum as planned, and that Catalan lawmakers would act to honor the result within 48 hours - meaning they would declare independence unilaterally if people voted for it. Catalonia's regional government has been " de facto " suspended by Spain's central government in Madrid, the president of...

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  • Nasal spray flu vaccine programme for children in Wales to be expanded
Nasal spray flu vaccine programme for children in Wales to be expanded

Christian Brealy said his "beautiful princess" Rosie died hours after she took a turn for the worse, going into cardiac arrest with six paramedics unable to revive her. Those flu strains are what help determine what formulation is offered in the northern hemisphere during flu season. Flu vaccine is the best defense against getting the flu.

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  • Sensex, Nifty little changed; Reliance Industries hits record high
Sensex, Nifty little changed; Reliance Industries hits record high

The gauge had gained 610.64 points in the previous seven straight sessions. The Sensex and Nifty were trading flat as investors remained cautious ahead of the Fed policy statement to be announced later today. Indian shares were little changed on Wednesday, while market heavyweight Reliance Industries Ltd hit a record high as a cut in mobile i...

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  • Colorado natives brace for Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
Colorado natives brace for Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico

Officials said the ocean was washing over areas south of the Bonner Bridge to Cape Hatteras, adding overwash occurred at Pea Island, Rodanthe, Avon, and Hatteras Village on Hatteras Island on Monday. Today , more than 3.3 million people call the USA territory home . Dominica Consul General Barbara Dailey said officials hadn't been able to com...

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  • Reactions to speech by Myanmar's Suu Kyi on violence in Rakhine State
Reactions to speech by Myanmar's Suu Kyi on violence in Rakhine State

Myanmar's Rohingya crisis has escalated over the past three weeks, with the United Nations estimating more than 400,000 Rohingya Muslims having fled the hostility in Rakhine to Bangladesh. "There has been much concern around the world with regard to the situation in Rakhine", she said . The leader further added, "We would like to find out ...

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  • DREAM TEAM POINTS Watford 0 Man City 6
DREAM TEAM POINTS Watford 0 Man City 6

Pep Guardiola's side have won three games in a row, scoring nine goals in the process. The Hornets held out until the last 10 minutes, when Yaya Toure and Sergio Aguero struck within two minutes of each other to seal another miserable defeat for Watford against City.

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  • Remembering Sept. 11, 2001: America under attack
Remembering Sept. 11, 2001: America under attack

At least 1,000 family members, survivors, rescuers and officials were gathered as the ceremony at the World Trade Center began with a moment of silence and tolling bells. Almost 3,000 people died when hijacked planes slammed into the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and a field near Shanksville on September 11, 2001 .

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  • Rohingya rebels call one-month Myanmar ceasefire as exodus grows
Rohingya rebels call one-month Myanmar ceasefire as exodus grows

On Friday, the United Nations in Bangladesh found tens of thousands of refugees who had not been counted before, raising the count to 270,000 from some 164,000 the day before. The UN Human Rights Chief has urged Myanmar to end the cruel military operation in Rakhine state. Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh say ethnic Rakhine Buddhists joined secu...

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  • Kylie Jenner reveals the sad reason she got lip fillers
Kylie Jenner reveals the sad reason she got lip fillers

These days she's a lot more candid about everything, opening up about not just the "how" of her getting bigger lips, but the 'why, ' too. Kylie has been the subject of many social media conversations , and it's speculated she's had major #plastic surgery throughout the last few years.

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  • Engine and power vehicle of Rajdhani Express derail near Shivaji Bridge, Delhi
Engine and power vehicle of Rajdhani Express derail near Shivaji Bridge, Delhi

The day indeed was cursed as another train met with the same fate. The injured man, identified as Imam Hussain, was taken to Lok Nayak Jai Prakash Narayan Hospital in Daryaganj, Sharma added. However, no casualties have been reported due to the derailment till now. As all the passengers of both the trains are safe, New Railway Minister must have ...

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  • SA comes out of recession
SA comes out of recession

Oil production during the quarter was higher by 0.03 million barrels per day relative to the corresponding quarter in 2016, which recorded an output of 1.81mbpd. Mining and quarrying increased by 3.9%, contributing 0.3 percentage points. Efforts to bolster confidence as packaged in the 14-point Action Plan, together with continuing work through t...

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  • Gauri Lankesh murder: It's a wound to freedom of opinion, says Hassan
Gauri Lankesh murder: It's a wound to freedom of opinion, says Hassan

Popular celebrities such as Javed Akhtar, Shabana Azmi, Sonam Kapoor and Dia Mirza have condemned the killing of senior journalist-activist Gauri Lankesh , calling it an attack on the independent press. Apart from the Mumbai Press Club, TV Journalists Association, Photographers Association and Network of Women in Media will join the protests, Jo...

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  • Watch Beck Play Tribute to Late Walter Becker of Steely Dan
Watch Beck Play Tribute to Late Walter Becker of Steely Dan

Ending his tribute, Fagan said, "I intend to keep the music we created together as long as I can". After becoming musical collaborators as students at New York's Bard College, Becker and Fagen went on to turn out numerous hit songs during the 1970s, including " Rikki Don't Lose that Number ", " Deacon Blues ", "Kid Charlemagne", "Hey Nineteen",...

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  • How Husker Football fans can assist Hurricane Harvey victims
How Husker Football fans can assist Hurricane Harvey victims

The Red Cross estimates that about 32,000 Texans have sought refuge in 250 shelters - a number that's expected to climb to 50,000 over the weekend. The Red Cross has enough shelter supplies in Texas to support 28,000 people and supplies for an additional 22,000 people are being sent in now. "I think just being there for people in their crisi...

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