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With more than 5,000 visitors attending the first day alone - including CEOs, architects, airport and airline executives, suppliers and key decision makers from across the world - Passenger Terminal Expo provided the flawless setting for the prestigious award announcements.
  • Bird flu found in Tennessee again at another commercial chicken farm

    Bird flu found in Tennessee again at another commercial chicken farm

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    The Tennessee breeder affected by the current outbreak is a supplier for Tyson Foods. Sick birds or unusual bird deaths can be reported to the state veterinarian at 828-2421 or to USDA at 1-866-536-7593. Both cases in Tennessee were located along the state's southern border near Alabama, one of the country's top producers of "broiler" chickens for meat.
  • Downside to Gluten-Free Diets: Diabetes Risk?

    Downside to Gluten-Free Diets: Diabetes Risk?

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    It is the protein that gives baked goods that chewy texture and elasticity in the baking process. Research fellow Dr Geng Zong, from Harvard University's TH Chan School of Public Health, in MA, said: 'We wanted to determine if gluten consumption will affect health in people with no apparent medical reasons to avoid gluten.
  • Pot activists Marc and Jodie Emery arrested

    Pot activists Marc and Jodie Emery arrested

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    Thirty-seven-year-old Chris Goodwin and 31-year-old Erin Goodwin, both of Toronto, and 29-year-old Britney Guerra of Stoney Creek, Ont., face charges that include conspiracy to commit an indictable offence. There are about 20 Cannabis Culture shops across the country in B.C., Ontario and Quebec, although Emery has said it's hard to keep count because the stores frequently open and close due to police raids.
  • Hot Stock Overview: AstraZeneca PLC (NYSE:AZN)

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    Citigroup Inc. reaffirmed a buy rating on shares of AstraZeneca plc in a report on Monday, November 7th. Finally, Zacks Investment Research downgraded AstraZeneca plc from a buy rating to a hold rating in a report on Wednesday, February 15th.
  • County jobless rates up in January

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    It was the 27th consecutive year unemployment increased in January, compared to December. Allen County's unemployment rate was again the highest among neighboring counties, increasing from 5.0 percent in December 2016 to 6.2 percent in January.
  • DFS NASCAR: Folds of Honor 500 Playbook & Optimal Lineups

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    Keselowski passed Kyle Larson for the lead with six laps to go and pulled away for a victory that, by all rights, should've gone to Kevin Harvick. In his post-race interview, Larson explained that he was adjusting to how Keselowski had raced him most of the afternoon; the No.
  • Study reveals how much urine is in swimming pools

    Study reveals how much urine is in swimming pools

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    Moreover, it isn't broken down by chlorine. The research team began by taking samples from 29 public pools in two Canadian cities and indeed found elevated levels of ACE. Blackstock: First, we had to determine if ACE was detectable in swimming pools and hot tubs. "Although considered a taboo, 19 per cent of adults have admitted to having urinated in a swimming pool at least once".
  • Man City ease past Sunderland to keep up title chase

    Man City ease past Sunderland to keep up title chase

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    Goals in each half from Sergio Aguero and Leroy Sane were enough to secure another win but Guardiola conceded the team he took over last summer can not catch Chelsea. He's so fast, runs in behind like few players in the world. City's rearguard has come under intense scrutiny this season as new manager Pep Guardiola attempts to strike a balance between offensive potency and solidity at the back.
  • Affordable Care Act battle making presence known in Tampa

    Affordable Care Act battle making presence known in Tampa

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    Trump's startling lack of awareness doesn't exactly come as a surprise. The cost of a mid-tier health plan rose by only 2% this year. The funding for the Children's Health Insurance Program, which was created with strong bipartisan support in 1997 and gives states financial support to expand publicly-funded coverage to uninsured children who are not eligible for Medicaid , was strengthened and renewed by Obama, but is set to expire at the end of September 2017.
  • EPA Withdraws Request for Methane Data

    EPA Withdraws Request for Methane Data

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    Officials from 11 states on Wednesday asked the EPA to suspend its information collection request, saying a methane rule would be costly and "unlawful". The decision, one of Pruitt's first since the Senate narrowly confirmed his nomination last month, underscores the former Oklahoma attorney general's deep, friendly ties to an industry he's now tasked with policing.
  • Sena Mayor for city after BJP opts out of race

    Sena Mayor for city after BJP opts out of race

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    After the BMC election threw up a fractured result the political impasse continued between the two parties even as the leaders from both factions tried their best to find a formula to keep the situation calm. Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee (MPCC) president Ashok Chavan said, "During the campaign, BJP had accused Sena of extortion, corruption and mafia activities".
  • Photos of a Young Justin Trudeau Has the Internet in a Tizzy

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    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is headed to B.C. this week, with stops planned in Victoria and Vancouver. "Is Justin Trudeau the sexiest politician in the world?" Helps is excited for the meeting where she'll discuss "alignment and opportunities to collaborate", she said on social media.
  • George W. Bush warns against 'isolationist tendency' in US

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    The former president opens up about his relationship with the Obamas and the trouble he experienced putting on a rain poncho at President Trump's inauguration. Bush, 70, said it was not his intent to criticize his successors at the White House and he is optimistic about the future. Bush had a big problem at Donald Trump's inauguration.
  • 16 flu-related deaths in NC within one week — CDC

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    During the 2012-2013 season, people who got a high-dose vaccine were 36 percent less likely to die in the 30 days following hospitalization or an emergency department visit that included a flu diagnosis compared to the standard-dose vaccine, the researchers found.
  • Colorectal Cancer Rates Among Millennials On The Rise

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    Welch stated that the fact investigators must highlight is that the mortality rate showed no changes in the younger population groups, which means that even when cancer rates are rising among younger people, the dying rates are not, and that is positive.
  • Medical group warns against teen use of marijuana

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    The American Academy of Pediatrics published the report in the journal Pediatrics amid increasingly relaxed attitudes towards marijuana use, and increasingly relaxed laws. The experts said that parents should discuss it with their children as the parents are the role model for their kids and it is their duty to make them realize that it can lead them to abnormal brain development and impact memory.
  • Your Long Runs Could Be Killing Your Sex Drive

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    The study did say that heavy exercisers may tend to get too exhausted after prolonged workouts, or may experience a drop in testosterone, which could explain the lower libido. A final set of questions delved on their general health and medical history. Men taking part in the survey were volunteers who classed themselves as current or former endurance athletes - runners and cyclists.
  • World's most threatening superbugs ranked in new list

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    The WHO hopes the specificity of the new list can help drug makers and medical researchers home in on the most dire threats. The top three are all gram-negative bacteria that are resistant to multiple drugs. The second and third tiers contain drug-resistant bacteria that cause "more common" diseases such as gonorrhoea and salmonella-induced food poisoning, said the WHO.
  • Knicks Waive Brandon Jennings To Sign Chasson Randle

    Knicks Waive Brandon Jennings To Sign Chasson Randle

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    Jennings told the Knicks that he "wanted to play for a playoff team", according to ESPN's Marc J. Spears . He's averaging 24.6 minutes, 8.6 points, 4.9 assists, 2.6 rebounds, and 0.9 steals on a slash line of.380/.340/.756. Since getting selected with the No. 10 pick in the 2009 National Basketball Association draft, Jennings has had stints with the Milwaukee Bucks, Detroit Pistons, Orlando Magic and Knicks.
  • Rabbi probed by feds described as 'trusted friend' to de Blasio

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    The New York Times previously reported that the feds suspect de Blasio may have accepted donations from major NYC business players and developers during his 2013 run for mayor - some of them funneled through his "Campaign for One New York" nonprofit - in exchange for return favors while he's been in office.
  • ADPH investigating after several University of Alabama students come down with mumps

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    Shorman said there are a few students in the district who have not received an immunization for mumps for either religious reasons or health concerns. All college students who have had fewer than two MMR doses should receive catch-up vaccination. The defining symptom is "tender swollen glands below the ear or along the jawline on one or both sides of the face and neck", a Penn State release said.
  • Nick Mangold annouces via Twitter that his Jets tenure is over

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    Equally important, off the field, Nick exhibited respect, sensitivity and compassion for the causes he supported. The New York Jets and longtime center Nick Mangold will be parting ways. While Mangold's Jets career might be over, he will certainly be courted by other teams to fill their center position. "He will always mean a lot to everyone in this organization".
  • Mobileye NV (NYSE:MBLY) shows optimistic Trends

    Mobileye NV (NYSE:MBLY) shows optimistic Trends

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    The firm has a market cap of $10.05 billion, a price-to-earnings ratio of 114.12 and a beta of 0.97. "We expect continued growth in 2017", said CEO Ziv Aviram, noting Mobileye's advanced driver assist systems won deals with 11 carmakers past year.
  • Testosterone replacement for men 'trade-off with risks'

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    And because older men are prone to encounter testosterone deficiency as they age, synthetic testosterone are often prescribed to older men. "The paper reporting the results of the first three trials published past year was the first to show there were advantages to giving testosterone treatment to older men with low testosterone levels, and the bone and anemia trial results further support a benefit".
  • Cats Are Not A Threat To Mental Health

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    Most people contract the parasite by eating poorly cooked meat of infected animals or through contact with cat feces. "However, some of the studies that have looked at this association had methodologically limitations". However, other experts believe that adjusting for other possible explanations may eliminate the cause of the exposure itself. For this reason, pregnant women should follow the public health recommendation to avoid changing cat litter (because the parasite can be present in ...
  • ADL headquarters receives bomb threat

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    The ADL said it's working with law enforcers to determine if it's connected to threats against Jewish institutions nationwide. In a statement , Cuomo said the threat was "unacceptable" and "un-American". This is now a national crisis as a troubling pattern of recent anti-Semitic threats have been directed at Jewish Community Centers on a regular basis, including Buffalo, New York City, Albany, and Syracuse".