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Affordability sometimes just means, "Do I have enough money in my bank account today?" "There was a lot of security that was brought into that", she says . She also said the government should continue a second form of subsidy, known as cost-sharing reductions, that now benefit almost 6 million lower-income ACA customers.
  • Jeunghun Wang dreams of Masters debut after Qatar Masters victory

    Jeunghun Wang dreams of Masters debut after Qatar Masters victory

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    The Korean then fired the only birdie on the par-five first extra hole. Wang was named the 2016 European Tour's rookie of the year thanks to back-to-back victories in the AfrAsia Bank Mauritius Open and Trophée Hassan II. "That's my dream, dream tournament", Wang said. Wales' Bradley Dredge began the round as one of the nine co-leaders but dropped back to 18th with a one-over 73, alongside veteran four-time major victor Ernie Els .
  • Health officials monitoring flu outbreak in Kansas

    Health officials monitoring flu outbreak in Kansas

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    The 2014-15 season was one of the deadliest on record in Alberta, with more than 100 deaths linked to influenza. Flu vaccines are now available at Haven Medical Center. That's particularly important for the most vulnerable - the very young, the elderly, the chronically ill and pregnant women , officials said. The CDC urged members of the public to get flu shots as soon as possible, as this is still the best measure to avoid seasonal flu.
  • Labour's former joke-writer says Jeremy Corbyn is wrong on Brexit vote

    Labour's former joke-writer says Jeremy Corbyn is wrong on Brexit vote

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    Although Jeremy Corbyn campaigned for Britain to remain in the European Union before the referendum, since the vote he appears to have accepted the outcome. The Labour leader faces a growing rebellion after imposing a three-line whip requiring his MPs to back the Bill allowing Theresa May to trigger Article 50.
  • Arkansas bans common second-trimester abortion procedure

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    Only Mississippi and West Virginia have implemented bans on the procedure. In the past, the Governor has said he will sign it into law. The ban in Arkansas will not go into effect until April or May, 90 days after the Arkansas Legislature finishes its session.
  • Woman survives six days without lungs

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    The risks included bleeding into an empty chest cavity and whether her blood pressure and oxygen levels could be supported afterwards. "My mom said she was very calm listening to the doctors", Benoit told InsideEdition.com Thursday. Since then her strength has steadily improved. "It took me a while to realize what happened", Benoit told The Guardian . Doctors soon realised that Benoit, who had been born with cystic fibrosis , had just hours to live, leading them to consider the ...
  • Health District: Number of mumps cases up to 90 in Spokane

    Health District: Number of mumps cases up to 90 in Spokane

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    The breakdown stands at King County (163), Spokane County (90), Pierce County (34), Snohomish County (3) and Yakima County (1). If you have been exposed to mumps and feel ill, stay home to help prevent the spread of the disease and contact your healthcare provider.
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    Raees Is A "Classy" Version Of A "Massy" Movie

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    Audiences' insanity to watch Shah Rukh Khan's film hasn't assisted the new Hindi cinema Raees as it's opening day earnings couldn't beat SRK's highest grosser Chennai Express , which had collected an astonishing box office collection of Rs 33.12 crore.
  • SMUNDAY: Petition wants to make Monday after Super Bowl a national holiday

    SMUNDAY: Petition wants to make Monday after Super Bowl a national holiday

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    Getting back to work on February 6 won't be so hard for Kraft Heinz employees because they get the day off , the company announced . Sign the petition to make the day after the Big Game a National Holiday. And we be merry, having the tastiest times of our lives. "Enough with the madness". "So as far as we're concerned at Heinz , we as a nation should stop settling for it being the worst workday of the year", the petition says.
  • OSCAR Website Accidentally Lists Tom Hanks & Amy Adams as Nominees

    OSCAR Website Accidentally Lists Tom Hanks & Amy Adams as Nominees

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    However, they have also defended their actions and admitted although the website was incorrect their social media posts were all "accurate". "I was happy to see Ryan Gosling win that (Golden Globe)". She's overdue, pundits will cry. Rolling Stone's Peter Travers wrote , "Adams, her face a reflection of conflicting emotions, is simply stellar in an Oscar-buzzed performance of awesome grit and grace".
  • Does Browned Toast Give You Cancer? Well…

    Does Browned Toast Give You Cancer? Well…

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    The Food Standards Agency (FSA ) issued the shock warning that overcooking these food staples and eating them could be linked to case. A Government campaign has advised that bread, chips and potatoes, if cooked to brown color, will produce a possible carcinogen called acrylamide.
  • Costa available for selection, says Chelsea boss Conte

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    This type of game, if you think it's easy, then you can pay for that mistake at the end of the season. The Spanish worldwide has since returned to training with the first team, however it remains to be seen whether the former Atletico Madrid striker and the leagues top scorer will start on Sunday.
  • Skin Medication Can Be Lethal for Pets, FDA Warns

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    In one case, a dog began vomiting and having a seizure two hours after ingestion, and died after 12 hours. Even small amounts of the cream may pose a danger, so pet owners should use caution when using and storing fluorouracil. The FDA has received reports of five dogs that became ill and died after accidentally ingesting the topical cream. Pet owners are advised to remove all residue of cream from their hands before petting their dog or cat as the pet may ingest some medication when ...
  • Tulsa County resident dies from the flu, bringing Oklahoma deaths to 6

    Tulsa County resident dies from the flu, bringing Oklahoma deaths to 6

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    In the same time span, 46 people had been hospitalized with the flu in Oklahoma County. The surge of influenza cases in Allen County is reflective of what is happening throughout the state. Majority said they haven't seen many students out sick yet, but say they know the surge is coming. Stay home when you are sick. No other information about the child was released.
  • US Army Plans Dakota Access Pipeline Environmental Study

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    He says he doesn't want motorists held responsible if an accident should occur during unlawful protests. "They're intentionally putting themselves in danger", he told reporters Friday. In December, the Army Corps of Engineers denied a permit for the section of the pipeline going under the Missouri River, but President-elect Donald Trump has said he supports completion of the pipeline, which already is mostly done.
  • UC President Janet Napolitano hospitalized

    UC President Janet Napolitano hospitalized

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    However, Monday, she experienced some side effects that needed hospitalization. She was diagnosed in August and her treatment is early complete. Napolitano has kept the UC Board of Regents apprised throughout the duration of her treatment. Janet Napolitano, president of the University of California. Napolitano now oversees the 10 UC campuses, five medical centers, three affiliated national laboratories, and a statewide agriculture and natural resources program.
  • Teacher gets 10 years for sex with student

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    The Houston middle school teacher who admitted to having near-daily sex with a 13-year-old student has been sentenced to 10 years in prison. Evidence presented in court Monday showed Vera had explicit photos herself and a 13-year-old student on her phone that showed the two engaging in sexual acts.
  • Theresa May to appear in Vogue photoshoot

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    The 60-year-old is believed to have been shot by famed photographer Annie Leibovitz at her country retreat Chequers, in Buckinghamshire. May will appear in the April issue, which hits newsstands in March. Her passion for fashion has, however, sparked criticism from her parliamentary peers. She has also always been known for her kitten heels and her eye-catching choice of footwear.
  • 'Dude, just stop:' Rep. Justin Amash tweets at Trump

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    Trump's team said he will visit the museum some other time after he becomes president. Clinton. I don't plan to attend the inauguration . Lewis also said he would not attend the inauguration. "I can use all the help I can get!", he tweeted late in the day. "The one thing that I will not do is allow a personal attack or disrespect on any of the members of the Congressional Black Caucus", Richmond told MSNBC host Joy Reid on Saturday.
  • Doctors discover why stressed out people have more heart attacks

    Doctors discover why stressed out people have more heart attacks

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    Now, a study in the journal The Lancet this week finds an interesting link between stress and the heart: The brain. The team think this is because the stressed brain sends signals to the bone marrow to produce extra white blood cells, which play a crucial role in supporting the immune system - a natural defence mechanism if someone feels under threat.
  • How Security May Change After the Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

    How Security May Change After the Fort Lauderdale Airport Shooting

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    Santiago's aunt, Maria Luisa Ruiz, told reporters that Santiago was in the hospital two months ago. They were still trying to determine if the first US mass shooting in 2017 was an act of terrorism. Santiago's brother said he had told him in August that he was hearing voices and felt he was being chased. The FBI said terrorism had not been ruled out as a possible motive of the shooting.
  • Flu season here, but you can still get vaccinated

    Flu season here, but you can still get vaccinated

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    Also, mothers of newborns need a flu shot to help protect their infants, who can't be vaccinated until they're 6 months old. Dr Brenda Corcoran, head of the HSE's National Immunisation Office, said: "The flu vaccine is a lifesaver". "It's the best prevention", she said. She encourages parents and students to wash their hands frequently and to get the vaccine. Dr. Jay Butler is Alaska's Chief Medical Officer.
  • Clinical Guidelines Issued for Preventing Peanut Allergy

    Clinical Guidelines Issued for Preventing Peanut Allergy

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    Can have peanut containing foods freely introduced into their diets together with other solid foods. Should have peanut-containing foods introduced into their diets at 6 months of age to reduce the risk of developing peanut allergy. David Stukus, a pediatric allergist in OH and a coauthor of the new guidelines . Those babies should be tested at a specialist's office when they're 4 to 6 months old and have started taking solid food.
  • Possible human remains found in missing Cleveland plane

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    The mayor says they are doing everything they can to find the plane. A Columbus businessman was piloting the plane that vanished shortly after taking off December 29 from Cleveland's lakeshore airport. That plane was carrying six people when it disappeared near Cleveland over a week ago. The search in the lake was expected to resume Friday morning, weather-permitting.
  • NIAID recommendations lower risk of peanut allergy development

    NIAID recommendations lower risk of peanut allergy development

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    The new American guidelines say parents should give babies food with peanuts early to reduce their risk of developing allergies later. She, like her brother and father, has a peanut allergy. Previously, the avoidance of peanuts till three years of age was recommended . Infants should always be started on other foods which are solid prior to being introduced to foods which contain peanuts.
  • Murder charges dropped against wrestler Jimmy

    Murder charges dropped against wrestler Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka

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    Snuka had been arraigned on charges of murder in 2014, kicking off a trial that was, to put it mildly, a complete circus. Despite not being at the scene when paramedics arrived (after he called them), and despite his story changing about how she fell (and whether it was outside the motel room or on the highway), Snuka was never charged initially, but Argentino's family won a wrongful death suit against him in 1985.
  • Mediterranean diets CAN help stop older brains from shrinking

    Mediterranean diets CAN help stop older brains from shrinking

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    The investigators found that people who more closely followed the eating habits common in Mediterranean countries - lots of fruits, vegetables, olive oil and beans - retained more brain volume compared to those who did not. Luciano and her team looked at the eating habits of almost 1,000 Scottish people who were about 70 years old and did not have dementia. Additionally, scientific efforts were also conducted toward understanding the best means of preserving our brain volume, in relation with ...