• 65 percent of baby products tested in study had arsenic in them
65 percent of baby products tested in study had arsenic in them

Although the quantities of the contaminant vary, some of the products were tested positive for up to 600 parts of arsenic per billion. These toxic substances can have unwanted impact on babies' motor skills and cognition. The highest levels of arsenic have been detected from rice-based baby foods. In 2016, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ...

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  • Flu shot reminder from Fraser Health
Flu shot reminder from Fraser Health

Starting Friday, you'll be able to get your flu shot for free at one of five vaccine clinics held around the city. If I get a flu shot in October, will it be effective through the entire season? . for people 18 years and older in the main lobby. If you are attending a public flu vaccine event where privacy may be minimal, consider wearing an un...

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  • Rana Daggubati to host 2.0 audio launch
Rana Daggubati to host 2.0 audio launch

Rajinikanth will take part in the audio launch along with the film's director Shankar , co-stars Akshay Kumar and Amy Jackson, and music director A R Rahman . The filmmakers have spent approximately Rs.2 crores to arrange LED screens in Dubai shopping malls. The audio alunch will be followed by the teaser launch n November.

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  • DNC And Clinton Campaign Paid For Trump Dossier
DNC And Clinton Campaign Paid For Trump Dossier

Christopher Steele , a former British spy, compiled the salacious 35-page dossier on Mr Trump's alleged campaign ties to Russian Federation. Remember the document that was written by a former British MI6 intelligence officer that alleges Trump has been compromised by the Russians for years and they have damning evidence they could use to blac...

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  • Health Unit encourages Peterborough residents to get flu shots
Health Unit encourages Peterborough residents to get flu shots

Now is an excellent time to get the shot because cases of the flu begin to rise sharply in December through March, peaking in February, according to the Centers for Disease Control . Flu season normally runs from November to April. And neither vaccine is recommended for seniors who are allergic to chicken eggs, or those who have had a severe rea...

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  • Area police departments to hold drug take back events
Area police departments to hold drug take back events

Since the first Take-Back event in Alabama, in September of 2010, the program continues to increase in the amount of drugs collected. Onamia Police will be on site for the anonymous turn in of unused or expired prescription medications, to share information about the dangers of prescription drug abuse, and to answer community and media questions ...

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  • An Unprecedented Study Has Revealed 72 New Breast Cancer Gene Variants
An Unprecedented Study Has Revealed 72 New Breast Cancer Gene Variants

Six months ago, something came up wrong in a mammogram for our own Stacy Lyn. Vitamin D levels also have a significant bearing on the development of breast cancer , "Higher blood levels of vitamin D are associated with a lower risk of breast cancer compared to women with low levels of the vitamin".

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  • Rep. Frederica Wilson: John Kelly Owes Me An Apology
Rep. Frederica Wilson: John Kelly Owes Me An Apology

Army Sgt. The women of the Congressional Black Caucus on Sunday demanded that White House chief of staff John Kelly apologize for his attack on Rep. As reported in the below CBS News report, the controversy began when Trump was criticized for not speaking out about the deaths of the soldiers in Niger .

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  • Meijer, Whole Foods, others recall packaged vegetables on listeria concerns
Meijer, Whole Foods, others recall packaged vegetables on listeria concerns

A major vegetable recall was issued across the country last week amid fears of bacterial contamination. The suspected Listeria monocytogenes can cause serious illness in those with compromised immune systems, such as the very young and old, and those in frail health.

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  • SC asks govt to take call on national anthem in cinema halls
SC asks govt to take call on national anthem in cinema halls

The court said that it would not let the government shoot from its shoulders and hence it is the centre which must take the call. In response to a petition challenging the playing of National Anthem in cinema halls, a Supreme Court bench comprising Chief Justice Dipak Misra and Justices AM Khanwilkar and DY Chandrachud said that it is up to the...

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  • 'Saaho' First Poster Out, Prabhas Arouses Curiosity With His Intriguing Look
'Saaho' First Poster Out, Prabhas Arouses Curiosity With His Intriguing Look

The first poster of Prabhas' upcoming movie, Saaho , was launched by the makers and it has already begun surfacing over the social media. She will be seen opposite Prabhas. A designer watch. The reports suggest that Prabhas has a thing for watches, and Anushka made a decision to give him something that he would love. The poster that they released ...

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  • Oral Sex Increases the Chances of HPV-Related Cancer Among Men
Oral Sex Increases the Chances of HPV-Related Cancer Among Men

As reported in the Annals of Internal Medicine , they found that the overall prevalence of oral HPV was significantly higher among men than among women, at 11.5% (11 million) versus 3.2% (3.2 million). That could be used to more reliably screen the people who are at risk, the researchers behind the study said. While the incidence remains relativel...

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  • Swaraj co-chairs 4th JCC meeting with Bangladesh FM
Swaraj co-chairs 4th JCC meeting with Bangladesh FM

She arrived in a special aircraft which landed at Bangladesh Air Force Base Bangabandhu in Dhaka at 1:45pm. "We are satisfied with progress achieved in areas such as trade and investment, security, connectivity, border management, power, energy, shipping, people to people exchanges, to name a few", she said.

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  • World Health Organization bows to pressure, revokes Mugabe's appointment
World Health Organization bows to pressure, revokes Mugabe's appointment

WHO director-general Tedros Ghebreyesus said he made a decision to rescind his appointment of Mr Mugabe, 93, after listening to the flood of outrage and concerns voiced by worldwide leaders and health experts. The choices are not subject to approval. "Zimbabwe's government has not commented on Mugabe's appointment, but a state-run Zimbabwe He...

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  • Pakistan says fence on Afghan border will reduce attacks
Pakistan says fence on Afghan border will reduce attacks

The Taliban claimed the ambush in a message to journalists that said all 60 security personnel on the base were killed. The report comes as similar attacks occurred in Paktia and Ghazni provinces on Thursday which left more than 69 people killed or injured.

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  • Record numbers receive tougher hate crime sentences
Record numbers receive tougher hate crime sentences

The overall figure of 80,393 for 2016/17 is the highest since figures of hate crimes were first collected in 2011. Latest data show an increase of 29 percent, from 62,518 in the 2015/2016 period - the largest increase since police started registering hate crimes five years ago.

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  • Ezekiel Elliott May Still Be Eligible To Play
Ezekiel Elliott May Still Be Eligible To Play

Elliott's legal team filed a request for a temporary restraining order Monday and will get a hearing Tuesday in the Southern District of NY, the person told The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the filing hadn't been made public.

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  • Bengaluru: Karnataka Govt to Adopt Little Girl Rescued From Debris
Bengaluru: Karnataka Govt to Adopt Little Girl Rescued From Debris

Soonafter the incident, the fire brigade and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) had rushed to the spot and rescued people from the debris. Reddy said it was unlikely that the collapse had been triggered by an explosion as the cylinders in the building had no gas in them.

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  • UNESCO Withdrawal 'Counterproductive,' According to UN Foundation Official
UNESCO Withdrawal 'Counterproductive,' According to UN Foundation Official

Iowa City was designated a UNESCO City of Literature in 2008 and remains the only USA city with the distinction. With that mechanism, Washington plans to "contribute US views, perspectives and expertise on some of the important issues undertaken by the organization".

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  • Soccer Star And VP Both Claim Lead For Victory In Liberian Vote
Soccer Star And VP Both Claim Lead For Victory In Liberian Vote

He was trailed by the Vice President Joseph Boakai who led in only the Lofa County while Charles Walker Brumskine also led in Grand Bassa and Rivercess. Despite the fact that the results are yet to be announced, Arsenal's coach, Arsene Wenger, congratulated Weah for the winning the elections. Liberia, Africa's oldest modern republic, was founde...

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