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Southwest Airlines Co . ( LUV ) has an operating margin of 16.50%. Over the last five days, shares have managed 3.5% gains and now is up 22.5% since hitting its 200-day moving average of $283.51. Shares for $912,148 were sold by Jordan Robert E on Tuesday, May 23. The insider Lamb Jeff sold 19,800 shares worth $1.21 million. It also reduced J.P.
  • Obesity in schools continuing to rise

    Obesity in schools continuing to rise

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    We need sustained actions to tackle poor diets and excess calorie intakes. "Each year, more children leave primary school overweight or obese and our most deprived areas are the worst affected". For reception this ranged from 4.8% in Kingston-upon-Thames to 13.5% in Wolverhampton. But a real commitment to tackling obesity means also getting to grips with the environment in which our children grow up.
  • Oral Sex Plus Smoking a Cancer Danger for Men

    Oral Sex Plus Smoking a Cancer Danger for Men

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    Women that had the lowest risk were ones who had one oral sex partner or less regardless if they were smokers or not. For this study , researchers analyzed data from a survey of people between the ages of 20 and 69 with the total people involved being over 13,000, and calculated how many people had oral HPV infections.
  • Could too much exercise be bad for men's hearts?

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    Michael Lim, a cardiologist at SSM Health SLU Hospital. Group one was defined as exercising below the national guidelines of less than 150 minutes a week, group two as meeting the national guidelines of 150 minutes a week and group three was exercising three-times above the national guidelines over 450 minutes a week.
  • Myanmar fire guts iconic Yangon hotel Kandawgyi Palace

    Myanmar fire guts iconic Yangon hotel Kandawgyi Palace

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    It was not immediately clear what caused the fire, which broke out around 3:20 a.m.at the teak-and-stone Kandawgyi Palace Hotel overlooking a picturesque inner-city lake, authorities told Reuters. Htay Lwin said the hotel's sprinkler system was fully functional and that the staff had been trained in fire safety procedures. Firefighter Kyaw Kyaw said the blaze started about 3am and may have been set off by an electrical fault.
  • Shocking study reveals you are AWARE you're dead when you die

    Shocking study reveals you are AWARE you're dead when you die

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    Researchers from New York's NYU Langone School of Medicine said people are aware that they died, and might be able to hear a doctor announcing their death. A 2013 study from the University of MI studied brain signals of rats that were anesthetized and experienced a heart attack. The brain's cerebral cortex - which is responsible for thinking and processing information from the five senses - also instantly flatlines.
  • Pollution killed nine million people in 2015

    Pollution killed nine million people in 2015

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    The study published in The Lancet estimated welfare losses due to pollution cost more than $4.6 trillion each year, equivalent to 6.2 per cent of global economic output. The authors said air pollution affected the poor disproportionately, including those in poor countries as well as poor people in wealthy countries.
  • Netanyahu praises U.S. for backing Israel's stance on Hamas

    Netanyahu praises U.S. for backing Israel's stance on Hamas

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    Hamas's leader in the Gaza Strip said today "no one" can force it to disarm or recognise Israel, after Washington demanded it meet those conditions as part of a unity government. On Israeli hostages allegedly held by Hamas, al-Sinwar said the group was ready to hammer out a prisoner swap. "These groups, which initially received support from the U.S.
  • Why Can't Philip Morris International Catch a Break?

    Why Can't Philip Morris International Catch a Break?

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    Shares of Philip Morris sank Thursday after the company's earnings missed analysts' expectations. Price T Rowe Associate Md, a Maryland-based fund reported 1.11M shares. If you are accessing this story on another domain, it was copied illegally and reposted in violation of United States and global copyright and trademark laws.
  • Duterte: Marawi 'liberated' from ISIL-linked fighters

    Duterte: Marawi 'liberated' from ISIL-linked fighters

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    Four military and police officials told The Associated Press that Isnilon Hapilon , who is listed among the FBI's most-wanted terror suspects, and Omarkhayam Maute were killed in a gunbattle and their bodies were found yesterday in Marawi.
  • Ex-Oklahoma cop in murder trial: 'It was either him or me'

    Ex-Oklahoma cop in murder trial: 'It was either him or me'

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    She told the jury that on the day of the shooting, she and her boyfriend Jeremey Lake were passing out water bottles to the homeless. Jurors had sent a message to the judge about 10:50 p.m. Kepler says he's 1/128th Muscogee (Creek). Kepler testified he thought Lake had a gun, but no weapon was found on or near Lake's body. Lisa said when she and Lake walked back to the home, she noticed a Suburban parked out front.
  • Nelson Roberts Investment Advisors LLC Upped Bristol Myers Squibb (BMY) Position

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    Alexandria Real Estate Eq In now has $11.58 billion valuation. During the same quarter in the previous year, the business earned $0.69 earnings per share. Robert W. Baird initiated the stock with "Outperform" rating in Wednesday, April 26 report. Vetr cut Bristol-Myers Squibb from a "buy" rating to a "hold" rating and set a $63.67 price target on the stock.in a report on Thursday, September 28th.
  • North Dakota granted Real ID waiver

    North Dakota granted Real ID waiver

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    Real ID implements security process and prohibits federal agencies from accepting identification from states that don't meet requirements, according to the North Dakota DOT. According to the S.C. Department of Motor Vehicles, unexpired SC driver's licenses and IDs can still be used to board domestic flights, enter federal buildings, and visit military installations until the new 2018 deadline.
  • DHEC: West Nile and Mosquitos Still a Problem in SC

    DHEC: West Nile and Mosquitos Still a Problem in SC

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    West Nile virus isn't posing much of a threat to Manitobans this year, but the province still is still facing health threats. DHEC also says, infected animal or mosquito samples have been confirmed in Anderson, Beaufort, Cherokee, Colleton, Greenville, Kershaw, Lexington, Richland, Saluda, Union, and York counties.
  • Bollywood is all praises for Aamir Khan and Zaira Wasim's Secret Superstar

    Bollywood is all praises for Aamir Khan and Zaira Wasim's Secret Superstar

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    After his biggest movie till date, Aamir Khan is back with yet another offering, Secret Superstar that is likely to take over the box office upon its release. Aamir Khan as the self- obsessed, OTT musician, dressed in animal printed tees and crotch-hanging jeans brings some spunk and a touch of humour. "Every daughter should see the film with her mother".
  • Haryanvi folk dancer shot dead, had complained of death threats

    Haryanvi folk dancer shot dead, had complained of death threats

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    In a very shocking incident 22 years old famous Harayanvi singer and dancer got murdered. "A auto overtook her vehicle near Chamrara village and forced it to stop", senior police officer Desh Raj said to news agencies. The assailants fired seven bullets, out of which six bullets hit Harshita's forehead and neck, police said, adding that the youths are yet to be identified.
  • England beat Japan on penalties to reach quarter-finals

    England beat Japan on penalties to reach quarter-finals

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    We have to learn when we lose and celebrate when we win them as well", Cooper said. "Jadon loves to play for England and especially for this team, so it's sad that he had to go now", said Cooper. "We have two targets: to do as well as we can in each tournament that we play and to ensure these players' long-term development", he added. Little by little we started getting better after getting through the first half where our focus was to defend.
  • Are Mushrooms Key In Preventing Breast Cancer?

    Are Mushrooms Key In Preventing Breast Cancer?

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    Every dollar raised helps save lives from breast cancer through early detection and prevention, innovative breast cancer research and patient support. "A woman diagnosed with Stage I breast cancer has an 88% chance of cure". Genetic testing is a complex issue and it is recommended a woman meet with a genetic counselor or breast specialist who conducts genetic testing to discuss whether or not a genetic test is right for them and whether or not the meet the criteria for a test.
  • Kenya court lifts ban on protests

    Kenya court lifts ban on protests

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    Odinga, whose allegations of vote-rigging led the country's Supreme Court to nullify the first election, later withdrew his candidacy for the new vote. Kenya's high court on Tuesday temporarily lifted a government curb on protests in three main cities, until a full hearing can be held on an opposition petition to scrap the ban entirely.
  • Cracker ban not an attack on Hindus

    Cracker ban not an attack on Hindus

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    The Supreme Court ban and awareness campaigns on the ill-effects of bursting firecrackers seem to have left a deep impression on Gurgaon dwellers as residents of several condominiums and sectors have chose to celebrate a pollution-free Diwali .Many have joined hands to say no to crackers and also to devise ways to celebrate an eco-friendly Diwali .