• Kirsten Dunst gives birth
Kirsten Dunst gives birth

After what feels like the longest pregnancy of all time, your girl Kirsten Dunst has reportedly given birth to her first lil baby. They have since remained very private about their relationship and news of their engagement only became public when Dunst wore an engagement ring to the Golden Globes in 2017.

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  • Minnesota Oncology to host free community skin cancer screenings
Minnesota Oncology to host free community skin cancer screenings

We all know that we have to slather on sunscreen to keep our skin protected against harmful rays but there are likely a few things you don't know about melanoma. Jain. If you think tanning beds are safer than the sun or a base tan protects you from sunburn, these science-based facts may surprise you. Hill says she will be conducting skin prot...

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  • Childish Gambino performs on
Childish Gambino performs on "SNL", unleashes poignant "This Is America" music video

Sunday morning SNL released a video on their YouTube channel poking fun of the Cleveland Cavaliers , one they said was cut for time constraints. Yes, the characters of A Quiet Place likely would have been screwed if they had to parse through Kanye tweets on social media while outrunning sound-detecting monsters.

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  • Shocking Day 1 Collections For Baahubali 2 In China
Shocking Day 1 Collections For Baahubali 2 In China

The release in China will give the opportunity for Baahubali 2 to become highest grossing Indian movie worldwide, beating Dangal (who also had China to thank for its fabulous box office collection) for the top position. The first part of the period saga had made $1.18 million at the China box office in its lifetime collection. As of now, ...

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  • 05Yemeni Missile Unit Destroys Saudi Positions in Asir Region
05Yemeni Missile Unit Destroys Saudi Positions in Asir Region

About a dozen Army Green Berets have been sent to Saudi Arabia to help secure the border with Yemen, according to the New York Times . They appear to contradict Pentagon statements that USA military assistance to the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen is limited to aircraft refueling, logistics and general intelligence sharing.

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  • Varun, Arjun, Jacqueline Gear Up For Sonam Kapoor's Sangeet!
Varun, Arjun, Jacqueline Gear Up For Sonam Kapoor's Sangeet!

And all the pre-wedding rituals are scheduled for May 7. A video which has gone viral showed Sonam's mom Sunita Kapoor personally overseeing all the decorations. So, yesterday was Sonam's mehendi ceremony where some of the biggest celebs were present. Buzz is Filmmaker Karan Johar will be performing to Prem Ratan Dhan Payo .

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  • Measles Symptoms, Risk Factors: Possible Exposure Reported From Western New York
Measles Symptoms, Risk Factors: Possible Exposure Reported From Western New York

People who are susceptible to measles may get sick if they were in the same room as the traveler, even up to 2 hours after the traveler left. Ontario Travel Plaza on NYS Thruway (I-90) in Leroy, NY on April 30 between 4 p.m. All individuals who were exposed - especially those without immunity or who are not sure if they have been vaccinated - s...

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  • Area under severe weather watch
Area under severe weather watch

The watch will be in effect until 9 p.m. tonight. Hail to the size of Ping Pong balls and wind gusts to 60 miles per hour are possible this morning. At 4:09 p.m. a severe thunderstorm was located over Batavia moving northeast at 75 miles per hour. A couple of tornados are possible, along with widespread, damaging winds and isolated gusts of up ...

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  • Stoke City relegated as West Brom cling on
Stoke City relegated as West Brom cling on

As the clock was gradually ticking to signal the end of the game, Jake Livermore scrambled the lone goal to restore the hope of survival. Southampton's hopes of avoiding relegation took a blow as Everton midfielder Tom Davies scored an equalizer in the sixth minute of added time to rescue a 1-1 draw on Saturday.

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  • Local farmers and consumers react to E. coli outbreak
Local farmers and consumers react to E. coli outbreak

Reforms in the livestock industry have sharply reduced the number of outbreaks involving meat, but that has been offset by a surge in E. coli contamination of leafy greens. The Food and Drug Administration said most people reported eating a salad at a restaurant, and romaine lettuce was the only common ingredient identified among the salads eaten...

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  • Temperatures set to reach 25C on May Day — BBC Weather forecast
Temperatures set to reach 25C on May Day — BBC Weather forecast

Nearly 10 million people heading away for the long weekend are preparing to take to the roads on Saturday, Sunday and Monday, RAC figures show. The hottest temperature recorded in East Anglia over an early Spring Bank Holiday was last year's 18.7C at Santon Downnham, nar the Norfolk border, which Mr Dury said would be likely beaten this year.

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  • Rohingya refugees welcome United Nations team in Bangladesh
Rohingya refugees welcome United Nations team in Bangladesh

It has been learned that Myanmar's de facto leader, Aung San Suu Kyi , announced that the country's government will investigate suspected military-led violence against the Rohingya Muslim ethnic minority. Myanmar and Bangladesh signed a deal for the return of refugees earlier this year, but with the repatriation delayed, concern is growing as Myan...

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  • Attacks on Nigerian Christians must stop, Trump tells Buhari
Attacks on Nigerian Christians must stop, Trump tells Buhari

It has been taken for major repairs. Gowon who presided over the affairs of the nation and oversaw a 30-month old civil war said this against the backdrop of the submission of a report on motion for the impeachment of President Muhammadu Buhari over the purchase of $496 million Tucano Aircrafts without legislators' approval.

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  • FDA Cracks Down on unsafe E-Cig Liquids That Resemble Cookies, Candy
FDA Cracks Down on unsafe E-Cig Liquids That Resemble Cookies, Candy

The packaging resembles that of products such as juice boxes, candy or cookies, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission said on Tuesday , and sent warning letters sent to manufacturers, distributors and retailers.

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  • CDC: Tick, Mosquito-Borne Infections Surge in US
CDC: Tick, Mosquito-Borne Infections Surge in US

In the time period covered by the study , nine new diseases showed up in the U.S., including seven carried by ticks , and Zika and chikungunya , which are carried by mosquitoes. "Nine new germs - seven of them spread by ticks - have been newly introduced or discovered in the United States since 2004", he added. "While all possible efforts mus...

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  • Refined carbohydrates 'can cause early onset of the menopause'
Refined carbohydrates 'can cause early onset of the menopause'

Women who consumed more vitamin B6 and zinc were more likely to delay menopause. But the researchers cautioned that the study does not prove cause and effect, and that prior research has linked earlier menopause to both a higher and lower risk of developing a wide range of diseases.

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  • Whole Foods faces backlash for 'Yellow Fever' restaurant
Whole Foods faces backlash for 'Yellow Fever' restaurant

Aside from bowl meals, Kim said the ugly egg rolls are also the restaurant's bestseller. Kim told The News she didn't see the social media backlash until Friday, adding it was by people who "want to stir the pot a little bit". "Gosh, nothing like a racist meal that might *also* give you a horrific disease", one Twitter user responded . ...

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  • Five habits to live longer
Five habits to live longer

When the scientists calculated average life expectancy, they noticed a dramatic effect from the healthy habits. He said it's important for people and policymakers to know the possible implications of lifestyle changes on life expectancy. - moderate alcohol consumption (5-15 g/day for women, 5-30 g/day for men). For instance, it only takes 30 mi...

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  • Simon Harris to organise free repeat smear tests after cervical cancer controversy
Simon Harris to organise free repeat smear tests after cervical cancer controversy

Is his evidence to the court on Tuesday, Professor John Shepherd a retired consultant gynecological oncologist said he had reviewed the case history and written a report. What is a smear test? The latest developments came less than two days after it was revealed that more than 200 reviews of tests suggested women with cervical cancer should ha...

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  • Law enforcement agencies participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day
Law enforcement agencies participate in National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

The event is held twice a year. The event is organized by the Vermont Health Department in collaboration with local and state law enforcement and the U.S. If you can't make it today, most law enforcement agencies have drug collections bins set up year-round. "I used to take it to the VA or take it to the hospital but they're no longer accepting...

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