• More Than 40 Million Fire Extinguishers Recalled for Safety Hazard
More Than 40 Million Fire Extinguishers Recalled for Safety Hazard

The company said the plastic handle of certain models break easily, making the extinguisher inoperable. So far, the CPSC has received almost 400 reports of cases in which the recalled fire extinguishers failed to work properly. The recall is in concert with Kidde and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission -more than 37 million extinguishers ...

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  • Whitbread plc (WTB) Rating Lowered to Equal weight at Morgan Stanley
Whitbread plc (WTB) Rating Lowered to Equal weight at Morgan Stanley

Deutsche Bank AG lowered their price objective on shares of SIG plc from GBX 116 ($1.45) to GBX 100 ($1.25) and set a "hold" rating for the company in a research report on Monday. Three analysts have rated the stock with a sell rating, thirteen have issued a hold rating and six have issued a buy rating to the stock. Therefore 29% are positive.

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  • Netflix Makes Decision About 'House of Cards' Star Kevin Spacey
Netflix Makes Decision About 'House of Cards' Star Kevin Spacey

He asked that CNN refrain from describing what happened next in the vehicle, so as protect his identity. The report accused Spacey of allegedly targeting staffers who were typically young and male with nonconsensual touching and crude comments.

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  • Golden Temple witnesses heavy rush of devotees on Guru Nanak Jayanti
Golden Temple witnesses heavy rush of devotees on Guru Nanak Jayanti

Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Chairman Siddiqul Farooq welcomed the Sikh pilgrims at Wagah Railway Station. Guru Nanak was born in 1469 AD in a Kshatriya family in Rai Bhoi di Talwandi, now located in Lahore, Pakistan. The Governor in his message said that Guru Nanak has given a message of communal harmony, peace and unity to the society. T...

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  • U.S. makes final finding on Canadian softwood imports, sets duties
U.S. makes final finding on Canadian softwood imports, sets duties

Administration to rescind these duties", Freeland said in a statement . The United States Department of Commerce has announced its final determination of duties of 20.83% to be applied to the majority of Canadian softwood lumber shipments entering the U.S.

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  • College Football Playoff announces host cities for 2021 and beyond
College Football Playoff announces host cities for 2021 and beyond

Bill Hancock, executive director of the College Football Playoff, said Indianapolis was selected in large part because of its welcoming atmosphere. "We were serious about that, and now we've done it". He also said that "the new stadium will be spectacular". "We are thrilled to be able to bring the national championship game back to this area"...

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  • Company will give non-smoking employees 6 extra days off
Company will give non-smoking employees 6 extra days off

The company says the idea came from an employee who complained that colleagues who smoked often worked less because of the cigarette breaks they took throughout the day. introduced an all-day ban on smoking at its head office and all regional offices in June, with an eye toward lowering the ratio of smokers to its entire workforce by around 10 pe...

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  • Kaiser receives top safety ranking for Modesto location
Kaiser receives top safety ranking for Modesto location

Its hospital safety grades, released every April and October since 2012, are aimed at encouraging patients to pay attention to safety when they choose hospitals. Maryland was included in the state rankings for the first time, as prior to this most recent report it was exempt from reporting several safety measures on a national level.

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  • First Flu Death Of Season Reported
First Flu Death Of Season Reported

It's true that the effectiveness of the flu vaccine fluctuates from year to year and that it's less effective than other vaccines because flu viruses rapidly evolve. That number does not include vaccines given at area pharmacies or doctors offices, so the total number of vaccinated people is higher. Thirty-one people have been hospitalized in o...

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  • Emma Released From WWE
Emma Released From WWE

WWE wishes Emma the best in all of her future endeavors. There have been rumors lately about some WWE superstars being unhappy, notably Neville and Nia Jax, as their recent absences have been well-noticed. Some other wrestlers who have taken Lio Rush to task include former WWE Superstar Sean Waltman (aka X-Pac) and former Mae Young Cla...

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  • Puerto Rico says it's canceling $300M Whitefish contract
Puerto Rico says it's canceling $300M Whitefish contract

The contract with Puerto Rico's power utility has come under increased criticism after it was revealed that the terms were obtained without a competitive public bidding process. The spokesperson said the contract was not to rebuild all of Puerto Rico's power grid, but just "100 miles of transmission line". Though Zinke and Techmanski acknowledge ...

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  • Local families participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project
Local families participate in the Teal Pumpkin Project

Being part of the Teal Pumpkin Project is simple. 1/13 children has a food allergy and the most common allergens are nuts, eggs, milk, wheat and soy. Some examples include pencils, pens, crayons, markers, bubbles, Halloween-themed erasers or pencil toppers, bouncy balls, and stickers. "One in 13 children in the USA has at least one food allergy...

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  • Plane carrying NBA's Thunder damaged mid-air, lands safely
Plane carrying NBA's Thunder damaged mid-air, lands safely

It's unclear, however, if oddsmakers have factored in the stressful effects of the Thunder's flight to Chicago , which center Steven Adams called "a rough flight, to say the least", in a Twitter post . The official Oaklahoma City Thunder website has no reference to the incident. The Thunder made it safely to Chicago early Saturday morning...

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  • Opioids a U.S. public health emergency
Opioids a U.S. public health emergency

Trump's largely symbolic declaration allows federal dollars directed for spending on HIV/AIDS to be redirected for combatting opioid abuse. The Medical Care Journal estimated past year the economic cost of opioid overdoses, dependence and abuse was almost $79 billion.

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  • Video of nurse singing to dying cancer patient goes viral
Video of nurse singing to dying cancer patient goes viral

Neufelder held Smith's hand and sang " Dancing in the Sky ", by Dani and Lizzy . A friend of Smith's captured the touching moment, which quickly went viral after it was posted to Facebook by Megan Smith , Margaret's daughter. God bless you Olivia". I am so humbled and honored to be a Nurse. During an interview with News Channel 5 Network, Ms ...

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  • 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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