• Sanford Health to offer flu vaccine clinics
Sanford Health to offer flu vaccine clinics

For this year's flu season, about 166 million doses of vaccine will be available, Price said. The results showed that of all of the factors measured, only positive mood, whether measured repeatedly over a six-week period around vaccination, or on the day of vaccination, was associated with higher blood levels of antibodies to H1N1, a potentially ...

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  • Salman Khan promises 'Bigg Boss 11' to be full entertainment package
Salman Khan promises 'Bigg Boss 11' to be full entertainment package

According to the latest private poll result, Bindhu Madhavi will get eliminated from the Bigg Boss house in this mid-week Bigg Boss grand finale. For past 3-4 years, it has become routine for Bigg Boss fans to hear Salman Khan announcing to stop hosting the show, but he keeps returning for the new season.

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  • Will Trump Fire Tom Price? President Upset by Health Secretary's Private Flights
Will Trump Fire Tom Price? President Upset by Health Secretary's Private Flights

Jamie Raskin (Maryland), and Pramila Jayapal ( Washington ) - accused Price of violating the American public's trust through the use of corporate-style jets to whisk him around the country. Officials said Price is cooperating fully with the inspector general's probe and will stop using charter flights until that investigation is complete.

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  • Ex-Thai PM sentenced to 5 years in prison
Ex-Thai PM sentenced to 5 years in prison

The former Prime Minister threatened till 10 years of imprisonment. "There has been no suggestion that she was herself involved in any corruption", he explains. Kan Yuengyong, executive director of the Siam Intelligence Unit think-tank, said Wednesday's sentence marked the end of her political career, adding that it was unlikely she would return ...

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  • 'Millions' Fewer Would Have Coverage Under GOP Health Bill, Says CBO Analysis
'Millions' Fewer Would Have Coverage Under GOP Health Bill, Says CBO Analysis

Under current Senate rules, Senate Republicans would need 60 votes to repeal Obamacare starting on October 1. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Susan Collins of ME and John McCain of Arizona, whose states would get more federal health-care funding under his revamped bill compared to a previous version.

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  • Ghana maul Nigeria 4-1 to win WAFU Cup
Ghana maul Nigeria 4-1 to win WAFU Cup

The local-based senior national side will have the opportunity to grab the United States dollars $100,000 cash prize if they win the trophy on Sunday. It was a sweet revenge for the Black Stars, who lost 2-0 to the same team in a group game on Monday. Super Eagles number 10 Rabiu Ali had a sight of goal but Samuel Sarfo blocked his shot to ...

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  • Tropical Storm Lee forms in the Atlantic, joining Hurricane Jose
Tropical Storm Lee forms in the Atlantic, joining Hurricane Jose

It was centered about 355 miles (575 kilometers) southeast of Cape Hattaras late Sunday morning and was moving north at 9 mph (15 kph). On Saturday, forecasters warned that the Tropical Storm Lee formed in the Atlantic Ocean, joining Hurricane Jose and a tropical depression that is soon expected to become Tropical Storm Maria .

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  • Vikings WR Stefon Diggs almost has record-setting day vs. Bucs
Vikings WR Stefon Diggs almost has record-setting day vs. Bucs

Unlike a week ago, Minnesota's receivers were able to establish themselves as deep threats. Tampa Bay's defense got a quick three-and-out and the Buccaneers quickly moved back over midfield. On third-and-three from the Vikings' 41, Keenum threw to Diggs on the left sideline. As has become a weekly tradition, Xavier Rhodes shadowed top Bucs ...

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  • India says Rohingyas a threat as Myanmar seeks global help
India says Rohingyas a threat as Myanmar seeks global help

Myanmar's army chief on Thursday called for internally displaced non-Muslims to go home. The Government of India has told the Supreme Court that the country can not risk holding the more than 40,000 Rohingya refugees who have flocked to India following the crackdown on militant groups in Myanmar, even as more than 410,000 from Myanmar's Muslim mi...

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  • Kim Jong Un threatens to 'tame' Trump
Kim Jong Un threatens to 'tame' Trump

Anxiety is especially acute among liberals who fear that President Trump's confrontational rhetoric could upset the balance that has maintained a tense peace on the Korean peninsula for decades. Yesterday, North Korea's leader, Kim Jong Un, responded with a lengthy statement . Earlier this month, North Korea conducted its most powerful nuclear t...

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  • Andy Carroll Must Stay Fit For New Deal Declares Slaven Bilic
Andy Carroll Must Stay Fit For New Deal Declares Slaven Bilic

Kane netted twice in the space of four first-half minutes to take his tally against the Hammers to seven goals in his last six Premier League games. Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has defended his management of one of his star midfielders Mousa Dembele. The 24-year-old has scored 103 goals in 171 games for the club, but has yet to win a ...

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  • Niasse is Everton's unlikely match-winner
Niasse is Everton's unlikely match-winner

The striker was denied a hat-trick when his header came back off the post, before Niasse marked his first Everton first-team appearance since May 2016 by registering his maiden goal for the club with seven minutes to go. Winning is always the best medicine - to get that confidence you need to put in good performances. Ronald Koeman: "Now we n...

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  • CVS limits opioid prescriptions to fight epidemic
CVS limits opioid prescriptions to fight epidemic

The average supply that doctors in the U.S. allow patients increased from 13 days in 2006 to 18 days in 2015, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . President Donald Trump also recently announced plans to declare the opioid crisis a national emergency. Ford says KDMC has been working on similar ways to fight the epidemic a...

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  • Brigham Young University Will Sell Caffeinated Soda, Reversing Decades-Old Policy
Brigham Young University Will Sell Caffeinated Soda, Reversing Decades-Old Policy

Smith's directive, focused on "hot drinks", predated the proliferation of soda drinking in the USA, from manufacturers including Coke and its rival PepsiCo PEP, -0 .68% Brigham Young, the school's namesake, was the second president of the Latter Day Saints.

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  • Ram Rahim threatened to kill me: Honeypreet's ex-husband
Ram Rahim threatened to kill me: Honeypreet's ex-husband

Mr Gupta, whose family was a staunch dera follower, was married to Honeypreet in 2009 at the behest of Ram Rahim. A lookout notice has also been issued against her. Honeypreet, the controversial "adopted" daughter of Ram Rahim Singh, has been absconding since August 25 evening. Ram Rahim faces more trouble as the Central Bureau of Investigation (...

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  • Myanmar protesters try to block aid shipment to Muslim Rohingya
Myanmar protesters try to block aid shipment to Muslim Rohingya

While the Sheikh Hasina government in Bangladesh, as of now, has chose to provide refuge to Rohingyas fleeing persecution in Myanmar , the country has already reached out its neighbours, including India, to condemn the violence and seek a solution to the crisis.

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  • S&P downgrades Pennsylvania credit to A-plus, cites budget problems
S&P downgrades Pennsylvania credit to A-plus, cites budget problems

Now, Republicans in the House and Senate will attempt to work with Governor Tom Wolf to figure out a compromise. What that really means is borrowing $1 billion upfront in return for giving the lowest bidder - an investment bank or hedge fund, perhaps - the rights to a certain slice of state revenue for up to 10 years.

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  • OECD Says Global Growth Improving, But Self Sustained Recovery Not Secured
OECD Says Global Growth Improving, But Self Sustained Recovery Not Secured

Mann said in the statement. The US growth is estimated at 2.1% in 2017 and 2.4% in 2018, while the euro area is expected to grow at a 2.1% rate in 2017 and 1.9% in 2018. "In India, the transitory effects of demonetisation and of the implementation of the Goods and Services Tax ( GST (Taiwan OTC: 5262.TWO - news ) ) have led to a downward re...

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  • Bradford remains game-time decision for non-contact knee injury
Bradford remains game-time decision for non-contact knee injury

Yet Zimmer professed continued faith in Keenum, who will play quarterback for the team while Bradford is out. "I think a lot of it just depends on how my knee responds when we go out there in practice this week", Bradford told reporters when asked about his prospects to play Sunday.

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  • Get your family vaccinated this season
Get your family vaccinated this season

Danny Avula, director of the health district, during the event. It's also recommended that pregnant women get a flu vaccine during any trimester of their pregnancy. Commonly known as the flu, influenza is a respiratory illness caused by a virus. High Dose Flu Vaccine is also available for those 65 years of age and older.

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