• Stock Showing Surging Activity: Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD)
Stock Showing Surging Activity: Sears Holdings Corporation (SHLD)

About 1.66M shares traded or 2.47% up from the average. Technical analysts have little regard for the value of a company. TRADEMARK VIOLATION WARNING: "Stock Traders Buy Large Volume of Sears Holdings Corporation Call Options (NASDAQ: SHLD )" was first published by BNB Daily and is the property of of BNB Daily.

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  • Two H1N1 flu cases suspected at Myanmar hospital
Two H1N1 flu cases suspected at Myanmar hospital

The third victim - a university student - is being treated at the nearby New Yangon General Hospital. The ministry said another ten people in Matupi - in the remote northwestern state of China that borders India - had caught the virus this month.

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  • New HIV Vaccine Shows Promise In Human Trials
New HIV Vaccine Shows Promise In Human Trials

Professor Andrew Grulich of the Kirby Institute and chief investigator on the study summed up the findings: "Our data add to previous studies which show that there has never been a recorded case of HIV transmission from an HIV-positive person to their HIV-negative sexual partner when the HIV-positive partner had undetectable viral load".

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  • Struggling to stay active and motivated in winter? Get a dog
Struggling to stay active and motivated in winter? Get a dog

The study found that on the shortest days , and those with lower temperatures and higher precipitation, regular dog walkers recorded physical activity levels that were typically 20 per cent higher than non-dog owners and they were around 30minutes a day less sedentary.

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  • Gloves are off as Labour scraps over Single Market position
Gloves are off as Labour scraps over Single Market position

Noting issues such as "umbrella companies using migrant workers to undercut national pay rates" and "EU agency workers being recruited overseas to act as a replacement for what should be permanent jobs", GMB called on the government to invest in education and training for British workers, and bring "an end to migrant workers being used as a direc...

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  • Study Shows Money Can Bring Happiness
Study Shows Money Can Bring Happiness

It doesn't matter whether you're rich or poor, the new study suggests. The authors reached their conclusions after a series of seven studies, which included survey responses from some 6,000 people in the United States, Canada, Denmark, and the Netherlands about their spending, stress levels, and life satisfaction.

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  • This Drawing by Trump Is Being Auctioned off for Thousands of Dollars
This Drawing by Trump Is Being Auctioned off for Thousands of Dollars

Sanders Auctions , with a starting bid of $9,000 set for the auction Thursday. As part of World Literacy month, the celebrities drew sketches on envelopes, with all proceeds going towards select literacy charities in the U.S, Canada and Europe.

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  • Sugary drinks with meals reduce fat metabolism
Sugary drinks with meals reduce fat metabolism

Shanon Casperson, lead author of the study . She's a research biologist with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. "The results provide further insight into the potential role of sugar-sweetened drinks - the largest single source of sugar in the American diet - in weight gain and obesity", said Dr.

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  • Nicolas Cage's Viral Facial Expression Has Renewed His Meme Lifespan Once Again
Nicolas Cage's Viral Facial Expression Has Renewed His Meme Lifespan Once Again

Nicolas Cage is now on a tour of Kazakhstan while he is in the country to attend the 13th Eurasia International Film Festival . Nick Cage wearing an ornate Kazakh robe over a dress shirt and tie is even funnier. And so, they chose Cage's thousand-yard stare. Or, "I'm going to steal the Declaration of Independence", an equally memorable li...

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  • Small decline in MMR vaccination rates could have dramatic effect, experts warn
Small decline in MMR vaccination rates could have dramatic effect, experts warn

The study estimated the number of measles cases in USA children and the associated economic costs under different scenarios where vaccines were either delayed or refused because of nonmedical personal beliefs. All but three states also allow parents to decline vaccination for religious reasons, and 18 states have exemptions for personal beliefs...

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  • Heavy Rains Ravage Parts Of Gujarat, IAF Choppers Reach Flooded Areas
Heavy Rains Ravage Parts Of Gujarat, IAF Choppers Reach Flooded Areas

In last 24-hours the state has so far received nearly 56.61 per cent of the total expected rainfall, State Emergency Operations Centre (SEOC) said in a report. Transport has been brought to a standstill in the state as 19 state highways and 102 roads are closed due to waterlogging. Gujarat has so far received nearly 56.61% of the total expected...

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  • Horse dies from West Nile virus in Clark Co
Horse dies from West Nile virus in Clark Co

The latest case popped up in a mosquito pool from a trap in the northern portion of the Waneka Reservoir near Waneka Lake Park in Lafayette (Boulder County). Use insect repellent. Check EPA.gov for safe and effective repellents. Use a repellent with DEET (N, N-diethyl-m- toluamide), permethrin, picaridin (KBR 3023), IR3535 or oil of lemon eucalyptu...

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  • A Deadly Salmonella Outbreak in 12 States Has Been Linked to Papayas
A Deadly Salmonella Outbreak in 12 States Has Been Linked to Papayas

The CDC also asks that restaurants avoid serving the fruit and that stores refrain from selling them. According to the agency, interview data and laboratory evidence indicate that yellow Maradol papayas are likely the source of the outbreak, and it is working to determine where in the supply chain the contamination occurred.

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  • Hopes for HIV cure revived by African child in remission
Hopes for HIV cure revived by African child in remission

Scientists at an Aids conference in Paris today unveiled the case of the boy, from South Africa , one of only three children worldwide known to have gone into long-term remission. The father is still reachable, and scientists hope he will agree to be part of the continuing research to determine what the children who were able to be off medication ...

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  • Entre tensions et divisions, FN tient son séminaire de refondation
Entre tensions et divisions, FN tient son séminaire de refondation

Si une rupture devait intervenir dans le couple politique que forment Marine Le Pen et Florian Philippot , l'histoire du Front national retiendra que la députée européenne, une proche du vice-président du parti d'extrême droite, en aura été l'un des catalyseurs.

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  • NYC warns about possible rabid squirrel after 5 bitten
NYC warns about possible rabid squirrel after 5 bitten

New York City health department officials say five people were attacked and bitten last week by what they're calling "an unusually aggressive squirrel" near the Parkside and Ocean Avenue entrance to the park. "It just seems like you could avoid it", said another park goer. "There is still wildlife out here". Meanwhile, 31-year-old Leku Percival ...

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  • Aids deaths halve across the world as more people get drugs
Aids deaths halve across the world as more people get drugs

On Sunday Organisers of an worldwide HIV science conference in a global HIV meeting urged the USA government, a major donor of AIDS research and treatment programmes, to "stay engaged" even as President Donald Trump has threatened cuts.

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  • Trump turns up the heat on Senate Republicans over health care bill
Trump turns up the heat on Senate Republicans over health care bill

In 2015, after Republicans had won control of both the House and Senate, Congress enthusiastically sent a bill to President Obama that repealed most of his signature domestic achievement. RAND PAUL: The bottom line is, we ran over and over and over again to repeal Obamacare . But three Republicans who voted for straight repeal just two years ago a...

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  • Woman biker crushed to death in accident due to pothole
Woman biker crushed to death in accident due to pothole

According to a Hindustan Times report, at around 9 am, Hogale tried to overtake a truck near Vaiti village, approximately 100 kilometres from Mumbai . While their approach may be by the book, it surely does not appear logical. One of the bikers after hitting a pothole lost her balance and the truck ran over her.

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  • ICRC says 600000 Yemenis could contract cholera in 2017
ICRC says 600000 Yemenis could contract cholera in 2017

Less than half of the country's medical centres are still functional, 14.5 million people don't have regular access to clean water, and in several provinces health and sanitation workers have not been paid in months. 24 de julio de 2017, 00:30Sanaa, Jul 24 (Prensa Latina) More than 600,000 people might get cholera this year in Yemen, the Internati...

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