• New study warns: Vaping causes cancer
New study warns: Vaping causes cancer

Participants tended to go longer in the morning before having a vape, they reduced to e-liquids with less nicotine over time and some vaped only zero nicotine e-liquids. This breakthrough follows on from a report published a week earlier (23 January), in which it was suggested that e-cigarettes can help adults to quit smoking conventional cigarett...

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  • Chief Wahoo to disappear from Cleveland Indians uniforms in 2019
Chief Wahoo to disappear from Cleveland Indians uniforms in 2019

The logo first appeared on Cleveland's uniforms in 1948, but has been deemed outdated and racist in recent years. According to the Times, fans still will be able to purchase items featuring the logo at souvenir shops within Progressive Field in Cleveland and at retail shops in northern OH, but such items will not be sold at Major League Base...

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  • The White House's Immigration Plan
The White House's Immigration Plan

Louis. On the heels of a three-day government shutdown over immigration, ABC News Chief Global Affairs Correspondent and "This Week" Co-Anchor Martha Raddatz traveled through four states along the U.S. "Tremendous. And I think something will get done". Trump rescinded the Obama executive order that created DACA in the fall of 2017 but gave Co...

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  • Oklahoma Flu Deaths on the Rise
Oklahoma Flu Deaths on the Rise

Although people with the flu are most contagious in the first 3-4 days after their illness begins, some otherwise healthy adults may be able to infect others beginning 1 day before symptoms develop and up to 5 to 7 days after becoming sick.

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  • Trump again threatens to cut off aid to Palestinians
Trump again threatens to cut off aid to Palestinians

His meeting with Netanyahu will be their first since Trump announced the United States recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's capital last month. At the World Economic Forum in Davos , Switzerland, Netanyahu and his wife Sara will meet with various world leaders including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emanuel Macron, Ukraine Pr...

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  • The Trump Campaign Just Accused Every Democrat Of Being Complicit In Murder
The Trump Campaign Just Accused Every Democrat Of Being Complicit In Murder

Glassner. In a nod to the government shutdown , Bryant's Sanders tells the reporters, "If you want to blame somebody for the shutdown, blame Senator Chuck Schumer , hashtag 'Schumer shutdown.' Please let's get it trending, guys". Democrats have attempted to compromise, and even conceded to Trump on the border wall. The ad also shows photos of...

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  • With Severe Influenza Season, Health Officials Advise Getting Flu Shot
With Severe Influenza Season, Health Officials Advise Getting Flu Shot

Unlike human flu , canine influenza doesn't follow a seasonal pattern; dogs can get sick and spread the virus year-round. The child, whose age and hometown have not been released, tested positive for the flu, but the Larimer County Coroner's Office is waiting for results on other tests to confirm that the virus caused the death.

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  • The Sad Reason Why One-Third Of Women Are Skipping Pap Smears
The Sad Reason Why One-Third Of Women Are Skipping Pap Smears

Across the United Kingdom, women explained how embarrassment relating to body shape, appearance of the vulva and smelling "normally" would deter them from attending. "I had my first ever smear at 29 because I had ignored all my previous invitations". During the early stages, cervical cancer will not often have any symptoms and the best way for it t...

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  • President Trump in excellent health despite high cholesterol and being overweight
President Trump in excellent health despite high cholesterol and being overweight

Democratic Senator Dick Durbin , who attended the meeting, said Trump used the word "shithole" to describe African countries but Nielsen, also who participated in the meeting, said she did not hear that. This drama would be more entertaining were it not for the 800,000 immigrants whose fate under the protections of President Barack Obama's Defer...

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  • Flu season getting worse, as illness has 'lot more steam' than expected
Flu season getting worse, as illness has 'lot more steam' than expected

The flu season that's already been the worst in almost a decade is showing no signs of slowing down anytime soon, according to the latest report released Friday from the nation's health protection agency. Dr. Matthew Warner, chairman of Emergency Medicine at Inspira Health Network, said there has been a significant increase in patients with flu-lik...

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  • New age of adolescence is from 10 to 24 years
New age of adolescence is from 10 to 24 years

While the brain would start thinking more maturely after 20 years of age, humans are in a rush to achieve the maximum in as minimum age as possible. The report said that while improved health and nutrition had accelerated the onset of puberty in almost all developed countries, greater understanding of continued development had lifted the endpoint...

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  • Boris Johnson suggests 'bridge' between United Kingdom and France
Boris Johnson suggests 'bridge' between United Kingdom and France

Johnson tweeted a picture of himself and the French president, both giving a thumbs up, with the caption: "En marche!" The world's longest bridge is the Danyang-Kunshan Grand Bridge in China which opened in 2011 and spans 102.4 miles. He said that such an endeavor would take eight or nine years. Stressing the importance of "good connections" ...

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  • Chronic traumatic encephalopathy may start early even without signs of concussions
Chronic traumatic encephalopathy may start early even without signs of concussions

The disease also affects military veterans who suffered brain injuries since September 11, 2001. Plus, researchers found that head impact caused "persistent changes in brain electrical functions, which may explain cognitive difficulties experienced by some people after these injuries".

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  • HHS creates new religious freedom division in OCR
HHS creates new religious freedom division in OCR

On Thursday, his administration announced a new office to protect doctors and nurses who object to providing abortion services and other medical care on moral and religious grounds. Penny Nance, President and CEO of Concerned Women for America praised the new division . "This is the use of religion to hurt people because you disappro...

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  • Over 1 million Rohingyas registered in Bangladesh
Over 1 million Rohingyas registered in Bangladesh

According to the agreement, Myanmar has agreed to accept 1,500 Rohingya each week and return all of them to Myanmar within two years. The UN refugee agency said it is not involved in the process but is willing to play a "constructive role" in the process if allowed, specifically in registering the refugees and helping determining whether they are...

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  • Flu deaths continue to rise: Three more reported in Cuyahoga County
Flu deaths continue to rise: Three more reported in Cuyahoga County

MORE: Surge in flu cases keeping SoCal hospitals busy Wooten also emphasized that it's not too late to get vaccinated. The 65 and older age group are most affected. Tarrant County reported its first flu deaths on January 9. Flu is a respiratory illness that is easily spread from person to person through sneezing, coughing and contact with hands...

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  • India successfully test-fires nuclear-capable Agni-5 ballistic missile
India successfully test-fires nuclear-capable Agni-5 ballistic missile

Indian politicians and defense analysts said they were elated by the missile test, with the country's president, Ram Nath Kovind, writing on Twitter that the test-firing "makes every Indian proud" and "will boost our strategic defense". Raksha Mantri Smt Nirmala Sitharaman while inaugurating the Defence Industry Development Meet at Chennai, shared ...

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  • Flu cases up in New Hanover County
Flu cases up in New Hanover County

In Kansas, influenza has killed 18 people so far this flu season, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment reports . That patient's name hasn't been revealed. That's earlier than previous year when flu peaked in the middle of February when 10 percent of visits to health care facilities were related to the flu.

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  • Congressman Ro Khanna Blasts Planned Immigration Sweeps in Northern California
Congressman Ro Khanna Blasts Planned Immigration Sweeps in Northern California

The network received alerts last week when agents descended on 7-Eleven stores in Santa Clara as part of a national sting targeting undocumented workers within the franchise. One of them men faces deportation, the other has since died, Kaplan said. Law enforcement officials told the paper they have not been notified as of Wednesday, but said th...

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  • Walmart Offers Unique Opioid Disposal Solution With DisposeRx
Walmart Offers Unique Opioid Disposal Solution With DisposeRx

Walmart says it's the first national pharmacy to offer the solution. Say after a recent surgery, your doctor prescribed you seven doses of Percocet, a drug that contains acetaminophen and oxycodone. Patients with recurring prescriptions will be offered free packets every six months, and other existing pharmacy patients can request the product at...

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