• Drinks a Week? US Alcohol Guidelines Should Be Lowered, Study Says
Drinks a Week? US Alcohol Guidelines Should Be Lowered, Study Says

Angela Wood, who is the lead author of the study and senior lecturer at the University of Cambridge told The Washington Post , "When the USA reviews their guidelines, I will hope they would use this as evidence to consider lowering the guidelines for men probably in line with female guidelines".

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  • Night Owls Have Higher Risk of Dying Sooner
Night Owls Have Higher Risk of Dying Sooner

According to a new study , it's diabetes , psychological problems and an increased risk of dying. The researchers noticed that the risks of premature death are by 10% higher than those who have a normal sleeping pattern. Even more , passing towards the daylight saving time coincides with a higher incidence of heart attacks and for the late riser...

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  • Study finds dementia risk increased with brain injury
Study finds dementia risk increased with brain injury

A link between brain injury and dementia has been confirmed by a study of nearly three million people. The researchers reviewed the history of approximately 2.8 million cases in Denmark and found that the overall risk of dementia for those with a history of dementia was 24 percent higher than those without a history of brain injuries, after acc...

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  • Apple Owes VirnetX $502M for Patent Infringements
Apple Owes VirnetX $502M for Patent Infringements

VirnetX is a patent-assertion entity, meaning its entire business model rests exclusively on suing companies that actually develop and sell products based on arcane patent infringement laws and loose interpretations of intellectual property regulations.

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  • Lawsuit accuses 3 ex-Michigan State University basketball players of sexual assault
Lawsuit accuses 3 ex-Michigan State University basketball players of sexual assault

Michigan State University is finding themselves in the middle of yet another sexual assault case that they mishandled. In it, three men's basketball players are accused of raping a female student in 2015. The victim has claimed that she made a decision to come forward and take action because she did not want another girl in Michigan State to go ...

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  • Conor McGregor posts $50000 bail, released after arraignment
Conor McGregor posts $50000 bail, released after arraignment

The fallout from the melee has seen three fighters sidelined from their bouts this weekend, while Artem Lobov has been pulled from the card by UFC for his alleged involvement. "So that's also something they're going to take into consideration because there is some level of disrespect for him doing what he did and (it was) risky on top of ever...

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  • Black Panther Breaks Another Box Office Record
Black Panther Breaks Another Box Office Record

Worldwide, the Ryan Coogler-directed movie is pushing past $1.273 billion after the three-day Easter weekend, according to Forbes . This slot was previously held by Disney's animated phenomenon Frozen . Marvel Studios' Black Panther is still out here crushing its competition. It's the only film on the top 10 chart with higher domestic gr...

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  • Day 2 of Oklahoma teacher protest
Day 2 of Oklahoma teacher protest

Protesters chanted " Stop the war on public education " and some, angry at lawmakers who supported the overhaul, yelled "Vote them out", while others held signs that read "We've Had Enough" and "A Pension is a Promise". National Education Association President Lily Eskelsen Garcia spoke to thousands during the rally in Oklahoma , saying lawmakers ...

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  • One Dead After Using Synthetic Marijuana
One Dead After Using Synthetic Marijuana

In the USA, synthetic cannabinoids are found in convenience stores, gas stations, drug paraphernalia shops, novelty stores, and online. Federal officials say synthetic cannabinoids were packaged in sealed containers and labeled with such names as 'Matrix, ' 'Blue Giant, ' and 'Crazy Monkey.' Testing of the products revealed brodifacoum , a t...

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  • May Institute Promotes Awareness, Acceptance, and Appreciation of Individuals with Autism
May Institute Promotes Awareness, Acceptance, and Appreciation of Individuals with Autism

Children who are autistic might find it hard to maintain eye to eye contact with a person, might have some behavioral tics or speech patterns. Fifteen-year-old Marshall Scarpulla is one of three children in his family with autism . "They're going to be some of our leaders", Wale said. After he was diagnosed with autism , she quit her job and go...

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  • Miss State earns second straight trip to women's final
Miss State earns second straight trip to women's final

It was the shot heard around world, overshadowing Mississippi State's loss in the final to SC. They haven't lost since a 69-58 setback at No. 1 UConn back on February 12 and made it to the Final Four for the third time in 11 years under coach Jeff Walz.

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  • US, S Korea kick off low-key joint drills amid détente
US, S Korea kick off low-key joint drills amid détente

A two-week, computer-simulated exercise known as Key Resolve is due to start on April 23 with some 12,200 Americans and 10,000 South Korean military personnel. South Korean President Moon Jae-in reportedly requested the military rescheduling prior to the event. Five South Korean special envoys who visited Pyongyang last month told Kim that Seoul...

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  • Mourinho makes decision over Pogba future
Mourinho makes decision over Pogba future

According to Duncan Castles of Yahoo Sports , Pogba will not be sold this summer while Mourinho will keep trying to get the best out of him. PSG forward Mbappe opened the scoring with a fine touch and finish inside the box (40) before Man Utd midfielder Pogba curled home a superb free-kick from 30 yards just after half-time (49).

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  • Amit Shah on two day Karnataka tour
Amit Shah on two day Karnataka tour

Why are you spreading lies?" he asked. Elections are due in Andhra Pradesh assembly next year and regional parties, including the YSR Congress, have been repeatedly attacking the TDP for not being able to secure a special category status for the state.

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  • Virat Kohli to play county cricket : England
Virat Kohli to play county cricket : England

Kohli had a nightmare test series during India's tour of England , 2014, where he failed to score even one single half-century. Surrey had asked the BCCI about Kohli's availability as an overseas player a year ago, but the Indian board had said that he would not be available because of the Afghanistan Test.

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  • India working to be TB-free by 2025, says PM Modi
India working to be TB-free by 2025, says PM Modi

Over 95% of TB deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. World Health Organization regional director for South-east Asia, Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh , also asked the countries to ensure all persons that have had contact with a TB patient are traced and also screened for the disease.

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  • Dapchi schoolgirls home but recalled profiling, medicals
Dapchi schoolgirls home but recalled profiling, medicals

Some of the 110 schoolgirls abducted from the northeast Nigerian town of Dapchi last month were brought back on Wednesday, two witnesses said. Fatima Gremah, 13, who was among those released, earlier told reporters: " Boko Haram said we were lucky we were young and also Muslims".

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  • Parkland Students Arrested for Bringing Weapons to School
Parkland Students Arrested for Bringing Weapons to School

Trespassing is a misdemeanor that usually involves only a $25 bond. Judge Kim Theresa Mollica ordered Cruz to be fitted with an ankle monitor should he post bail and told him to stay at least a mile away from the high school in Parkland. Also on Tuesday, the local sheriff's department asked that a judge invoke part of a new Florida gun law pa...

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  • Weather warning: Hundreds of schools to close after heavy snow
Weather warning: Hundreds of schools to close after heavy snow

Up to 10cm (4in) of snow is expected in many areas, but high ground could see 15-25cm (6-10in). An amber weather warning for snow and ice was put in place across north-west England, Yorkshire and the Midlands, as well as London, the south-east, and the east of England, while a less severe yellow warning for snow and ice was issued for most of the...

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  • Arkansas faces history test in Butler — March Madness
Arkansas faces history test in Butler — March Madness

Butler (21-13) will face No. 2-seeded Purdue (29-6) on Sunday in the second round. This is the 16th NCAA Tournament appearance for Butler (20-13, 9-9 Big East), which is most well-known for their back-to-back NCAA Championship Game appearances in 2010 and 2011 under former coach Brad Stevens.

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  • In Russian election, some people say they were ordered to vote
In Russian election, some people say they were ordered to vote

The early results are in line with exit-polls conducted by Russian polling agencies FOM, which predicted Putin would take 77 percent of the vote, and VCIOM, which predicted a final share of 73.9 percent for the current president. Election observers and local media have reported threats and coercion of voters to re-register at their place of work an...

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  • Contaminated bottled water health fears spark global investigation
Contaminated bottled water health fears spark global investigation

However, an unrelated study just released by the campaign group Story of Stuff , examined 19 consumer bottled water brands in the USA and also found plastic microfibers were widespread. "They're in the food web in our oceans, and now we know they're in most of our bottled water too". The study even acknowledged that the make-up of those partic...

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  • Wenger keen to avoid Atletico Madrid in last eight
Wenger keen to avoid Atletico Madrid in last eight

Wilshere, 26, returns to the side, having last played for England in the 2-1 defeat by Iceland at Euro 2016. Milan never recovered and Arsenal ultimately added further goals from Granit Xhaka and Welbeck in the second half, but Gattuso was keen to not lay the blame entirely at the feet of the referee.

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  • Defending NBA MVP Russell Westbrook Recorded His 100TH Triple-Double
Defending NBA MVP Russell Westbrook Recorded His 100TH Triple-Double

Westbrook is just 7 triple doubles away from Jason Kidd , and 38 away from Magic. Westbrook would need to turn in 81 more triple doubles to become the triple double king. According to oddsmakers from online sports book YouWager, the Thunder are 6-point road favorites to beat the Hawks while the over/under now sits at 214.5 points.

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  • Rabada gets in Warner's face as SAfrica control 2nd test
Rabada gets in Warner's face as SAfrica control 2nd test

A first Test century in three years for AB de Villiers brought great delight to South Africa's talismanic batsman, whose unbeaten 126 on Sunday helped his side into a strong position to win the second Test and tie the four-match series.

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  • Cruz, O'Rourke Frame The Debate In US Senate Race
Cruz, O'Rourke Frame The Debate In US Senate Race

The point here is not to argue about whether O'Rourke is "allowed" to go by a Hispanic nickname, or whether adopting an Anglicized version of his given name was motivated by Cruz's fondness for brevity or a desire to sound less foreign.

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  • Britain, Saudi Arabia move closer to multibillion-dollar arms deal after visit
Britain, Saudi Arabia move closer to multibillion-dollar arms deal after visit

It was signed by the crown prince and the defence secretary, Gavin Williamson, after a meeting this morning, the last day of the trip. The Crown Prince also inspected a number of BAE Systems' products and the contribution of Saudi companies working in the military field and he was briefed on the company's future plans to further transfer and lo...

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  • United Kingdom govt resists push for 'latte levy'
United Kingdom govt resists push for 'latte levy'

The government cited the role of coffee chains in implementing reusable cup discounts and recycling infrastructure, and said it would like to see this extended to all businesses selling disposable cups. A consultation announced in November by the chancellor, Philip Hammond, into taxes and charges on takeaway packaging and plastic bottles has yet ...

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  • Oklahoma Opioid Deaths Continue To Rise
Oklahoma Opioid Deaths Continue To Rise

The analysis was based on about 91 million emergency room visits that occurred between July 2016 and September 2017, including 142,557 visits that were suspected opioid overdoses . "I meet with those on the frontlines of this opioid crisis in OH regularly", said a statement from Portman. Schuchat said she is cautiously optimistic that strate...

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  • N gains control of Senate, say media
N gains control of Senate, say media

PML-N backed-candidates won 15 of 52 seats being contested, surpassing Pakistan's Peoples Party ( PPP ) as the biggest group in Senate, the Geo TV channel reported. Mirza Mohammad Afridi on Monday called on PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif and announced to join PML-N but today he was among those in presence. 'We will change the process of indirect elec...

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  • Philadelphia Eagles trade for Seahawks DE Michael Bennett
Philadelphia Eagles trade for Seahawks DE Michael Bennett

For his career, Bennett has 54 sacks, 210 tackles and eight forced fumbles in 293 games. Bennett, who sat during the national anthem last season to protest social issues, enters an organization that has been accepting of social advocates on the team.

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  • 'Black Panther' Is The 10th Highest Grossing US Film Of All, Time
'Black Panther' Is The 10th Highest Grossing US Film Of All, Time

Black Panther is king of the box office for the third straight weekend. The latest cume brings the movie's domestic revenue to cross the $500 million mark domestically and its worldwide gross to almost $900 million. It also became the third fastest film to reach $500 million domestically. Death Wish , a remake of the Y 1974 revenge thriller, op...

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  • Kenyan doctors open skull of wrong patient
Kenyan doctors open skull of wrong patient

Kenyatta National Hospital chief executive officer Lily Koros when she appeared before the National Assembly Health Committee on January 26, 2018. In a weird incident in Kenya, four medics cut open the skull of the wrong patient at the Kenyatta National Hospital in Nairobi.

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  • Russia vetoes UN draft resolution pressuring Iran over Yemen
Russia vetoes UN draft resolution pressuring Iran over Yemen

The British-drafted resolution , which would have called out Iran's failure to block supplies of missiles to the Yemeni rebels, was supported by most members on the 15-member U.N. The UN Security Council has unanimously adopted a Russia-tabled draft that will see a technical extension of sanctions against Yemen. He told reporters Saturday, "We a...

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  • Jared Kushner's Ties to Banks Under Scrutiny
Jared Kushner's Ties to Banks Under Scrutiny

Corbat , before Kushner Companies received a combined $509 million from them. Harris met with Kushner multiple times to discuss infrastructure policy, but they also spoke about Harris possibly getting a job with the administration, which never happened.

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