• Walgreens pulls back from Theranos

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    Last year, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey signed a bill that allows consumers to get blood tests without a doctor's order. According to the company's website , tests range from $2 to more than $100. This fall, Capital BlueCross was monitoring stories published by the Wall Street Journal about challenges facing Theranos. Theranos had asked the Cleveland Clinic, a prominent research hospital, to run a study comparing Theranos's technology to traditional blood draw, Holmes has said.
  • Three Britons infected with Zika virus through mosquito bites

    Three Britons infected with Zika virus through mosquito bites

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    The CDC had previously issued a similar warning for 14 other countries including Brazil and Honduras. The birth defects can cause developmental delays and lifelong intellectual disability. There have already been thousands of children born in Brazil with microcephaly. Most recently, imported cases have been reported in Florida , one in Hillsborough county and two in Miami-Dade.
  • Mets, Cespedes agree on $75 million deal

    Mets, Cespedes agree on $75 million deal

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    It not only makes sense to return to a city which he loves, but to stay with a team who is ready to win now and could easily be a contender for the next few years? He twice has won the All-Star Home Run Derby, including the 2013 crown at Citi Field.
  • Trump Wanted Money to Appear at Thursday's Debate

    Trump Wanted Money to Appear at Thursday's Debate

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    Nominations are won with delegates - not polls - and the first will begin to be assigned next week. Cruz in turn, slammed Trump for his " New York values ". " Ted Cruz  may not be a USA citizen, right?" Colbert wondered as he flashed a  photo  of Hillary Clinton next to the candidate-but perhaps he has more to  fear  from the  Late  Show host.
  • Mystery illness diverts American Airlines flight

    Mystery illness diverts American Airlines flight

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    When Flight AA109 was airborne near Keflavik in Iceland, an announcement in the passenger cabin asked for any doctors onboard to come forward. A source said: "We made an emergency landing because crew members and passengers passed out and became unwell".
  • Zika Virus Hits Home For Locals With Family In South America

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    The mosquitoes that carry and transmit the virus do not live in Canada due to the climate, says Alberta Health, and human to human transmission is rare. Air Canada says it is allowing passengers and companions in their immediate family to change bookings or receive a refund if they cancel flights because of concerns about the Zika virus outbreak.
  • Listeria outbreak linked to Dole salad grows

    Listeria outbreak linked to Dole salad grows

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    In this case, people were affected in the states of Michigan, Indiana , New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania and ranged in age from 3 years to 83 years old. In addition to the states where people have been hospitalized, the states also included in the voluntary recall are: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.
  • Met Office issues number of weather warnings in Northern Ireland

    Met Office issues number of weather warnings in Northern Ireland

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    A yellow warning means to be aware of possible disruption. Drier conditions, albeit with some showers, are expected to reach Scotland late Friday morning, with the rain expected to clear north west England and north Wales by midday. There is a chance of localised flooding and travel disruption. Drivers are also warned to be careful on the roads during the length of the weather warning, which covers both the city of Nottingham and the wider county of Nottinghamshire.
  • What's the word on the Broncos, Super Bowl 50

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    NFL Films microphones caught Manning telling New England Patriots  coach  Bill Belichick after the AFC Championship Game that "this might be my last rodeo". "He has not said anything to me about it, [but] I think ... like everybody else where you see this as possibly being the last game",  Eli Manning said  during a  conference  call Wednesday.
  • Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Join The Fight To Stop Zika Virus

    Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Join The Fight To Stop Zika Virus

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    Many local residents have expressed concerns about the consequences of releasing genetically modified mosquitoes into the environment. Dr. Donohue said there had been half a dozen imported cases of Zika over the past couple of years, and the virus was known to exist in some Pacific Islands and South East Asia.
  • Who won the 7th Republican 2016 presidential debate?

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    Gillman asked, "Did Cruz say Trump has a Messiah complex?" "Now that we've gotten the Donald Trump portion out of the way..." "The entire lead-up to this debate was about whether Donald Trump was going to show up to the next debate", Santorum said.
  • Norwegian woman believes she is a cat trapped in a human's body

    Norwegian woman believes she is a cat trapped in a human's body

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    But Nano said her personality and psychological features prove that she is more feline that human. Nano wears fake ears and a fake tail, and hisses when she sees dogs in the street. 'You focus on things that normal people can't'. "Keys clinking in pockets. People with ice under their shoes". She also walks around on all fours and sleeps on windowsills.
  • Poll shows Sanders leading Clinton by 4 points in Iowa

    Poll shows Sanders leading Clinton by 4 points in Iowa

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    Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. "And all of the three Democratic candidates must be invited ", he stipulated. Barack Obama was kind enough to campaign for me, 2008, I did my best to see that he was elected and in 2012, I worked as hard as I could to see that he was reelected.
  • Zika Virus Found In Monroe County

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    However, Zika virus has been linked to microcephaly in infants born to women infected while pregnant. "The species of mosquito that transmits Zika is rarely found in Boston", said Dr. Cases have soared in Brazil from 163 a year on average to more than 3,718 suspected cases since the outbreak, and 68 babies have died, according to the health ministry.
  • Zika Virus Travel Warnings Spread to 8 More Countries

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    The number of reported deaths of deformed babies rose to 49, ministry officials said at a news conference earlier this week. The CDC shared the common symptoms of the Zika virus, including fever, rash and pink eye. With no cure presently available, avoiding bites from the virus host Aedes aegypti mosquito is the only way to prevent infection. Dengue comes in four strains and its worst effects come after a person gets infected with more than one strain.
  • UN see up to 4 million Zika virus cases in a year

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    According to the New York Times , the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there's not enough cause for concern to issue an official warning that Zika, which can cause fever, rashes, joint pain and bloodshot eyes, can be contracted during intercourse.
  • Worried About The Zika Virus? Here's What You Need To Know

    Worried About The Zika Virus? Here's What You Need To Know

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    If Zika virus infection is possible, doctors should have the patient tested for the virus . Should pregnant women in the U.S.be concerned about Zika? These include putting up health posters for outbound travellers, raising awareness among the medical community and admitting anyone confirmed to have the virus into a single room at the hospital.
  • Obama calls for urgent action on Zika virus

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    The United States, with about 4 million births a year, has an estimated 2,500 cases of microcephaly a year, said Margaret Honein, a CDC epidemiologist. Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs has stated: "If you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant, and plan to travel to areas affected by the Zika virus, you are advised to discuss your travel plans with your healthcare provider and to consider postponing your travel to affected areas, especially to areas with increasing or widespread ...
  • Panthers plan to keep throttle on, won't let up on Cardinals

    Panthers plan to keep throttle on, won't let up on Cardinals

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    The next guy is the Arizona Cardinals. That success in the running game is what feeds their success in the passing game, where the Cardinals have raved about their play-action passing. tied with Cam Newton, by the way), and had a 104.6 rating in the regular season. They are too good against the run, and it doesn't play to the Cardinals' strengths.
  • Cliven Bundy speaks out about arrests of sons in Oregon

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    Ammon Bundy's brother, Ryan Bundy, was among those arrested. Any occupiers leaving the refuge will have to show identification and their vehicles will be searched. Another member of the armed group, Jon Ritzheimer, turned himself in in Peoria, Arizona. 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA ...
  • NFL Investigating Peyton Manning For Alleged Use Of Human Growth Hormone

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    Speaking to Peter King in MMQB , Manning expounded upon the idea that this could be his last run towards the Super Bowl. Peyton Manning vehemently denied using or receiving HGH. 24, 2016, in Denver . Manning , on the other hand, averaged 224.9 yards passing (59.8% completions) in 10 regular season games and has passed for an average of 199 yards (55.1% completions) in two playoff games.
  • Has the Zika virus affected where you live?

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    As of today, the CDC has issued official Level 2 (Practice Enhanced Precautions) travel warnings for Barbados, Dominican Republic, U.S. Virgin Islands, Saint Martin, Puerto Rico, Martinique, Haiti, Guadeloupe, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Suriname, Venezuela and certain countries in Central America.
  • Serena Williams defeats Maria Sharapova

    Serena Williams defeats Maria Sharapova

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    Dismissing the idea that this might be her 16th and final appearance at the year's first grand slam - "Hopefully not, unless you know something I don't" she said - Williams spoke of a different approach to her tennis this year.
  • Quinnipiac Poll Shows Sanders And Clinton Deadlocked In Iowa

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    Clinton has gone after Sanders for his 2005 vote for the Protection of Commerce Legal Arms Act, while Sanders has criticized Clinton's previous positions on the Defense Of Marriage Act and the 1994 crime bill. Clinton also sustained a concussion after falling inside her home in December 2012. Clinton was immediately put on the defensive by a young voter who said many of his peers view her as dishonest.
  • Zika Virus spreading: 4 cases in U.S.

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    But Colombia , which has the second highest Zika infection rate, after Brazil, and has at least 890 pregnant women infected with the virus, called on women to delay pregnancy for six to eight months . So far, the experts are divided about what lies ahead for the United States. Microcephaly is a lifelong condition with no known cure, the CDC website said.
  • Get ready to have your doctor ask about your social media use

    Get ready to have your doctor ask about your social media use

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    The study was based on a questionnaire distributed to 1,788 United States adults aged 19 through 32. The participants who reported most frequently checking social media throughout the week had three times the likelihood of sleep disturbances, compared with those who checked least frequently.
  • Man in Denmark tests positive for Zika virus

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    A man works on a fence amidst a cloud of insecticide as city workers fumigate to combat the Aedes Aegypti mosquitoes that transmits the Zika virus, at the San Judas Community in San Salvador, El Salvador, Tuesday, Jan. 96 Normal 0 false false false EN-US JA ...