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The various factors of discussion ranged from temperature-related sicknesses to frequent climatic disasters and deteriorating air quality. Dr Toby Hillman, one of the report's authors from the Royal College of Physicians, said: "There isn't a safe limit for the amount of pollution that's been defined as yet and we know the effects of poor air quality run from cradle to grave".
  • TRI Pointe Group, Inc. (NYSE:TPH) Touching Most Active List

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    Wedbush's price objective would indicate a potential downside of 7.94% from the stock's current price. An earnings forecast is an analyst's outlook for a company's future quarterly or annual earnings. The rating was initiated by Wedbush with "Outperform" on Tuesday, September 20. The stock spiked 5.05% last month and is up 18.12 this year. The return on assets stands at 4.6%, Return on Equity now is 9.4% and the Return on Investment value is 5.9%.
  • Canadian Journal Claims E-Cigarettes Cause High School Student Smoking

    Canadian Journal Claims E-Cigarettes Cause High School Student Smoking

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    What is Canada doing so wrong? "Youth may be trying e-cigarettes before smoking because they are easier to access", said Hammond, noting that tobacco can not be sold to minors. "And guess what? They're also more likely to try alcohol and marijuana". Among the longitudinal sample, those who said they used e-cigarettes at baseline were twice as likely to try smoking, and nearly twice as likely to be daily smokers by the following year.
  • Candy Overdose? FDA Issues Warning On Black Licorice Dangers

    Candy Overdose? FDA Issues Warning On Black Licorice Dangers

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    Couple this with the other good news that most people aren't eating any black licorice at all, and you probably have very little to actually be concerned about. A warning has been issued about eating too much black licorice . The FDA also cited several unnamed medical journals which have linked black licorice to health problems in people older than 40.
  • Condition of separated conjoined twins Jaga & Kalia improving

    Condition of separated conjoined twins Jaga & Kalia improving

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    They are looked after by Neuroanaesthetists and Neurosurgeons. Besides, Jaga has started responding to his name and is on dialysis to support his compromised kidney function, it added. The team of doctors involved in the procedure also had expressed concern about the survival of one of the twins. The first phase of the surgery was performed on August 28 when the doctors created venous bypass to separate the veins shared by the babies that returns blood to the heart from the brain.
  • State police urge parents to check sex offender registry this Halloween

    State police urge parents to check sex offender registry this Halloween

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    Traditionally, the sheriff's department checks in with sex offenders on and around the Halloween holiday. They will often have a pink sign on the front door . Parents can rest assured that registered sex offenders will be under close watch thanks to a nationwide program called Operation Lights Out. Now, they deal with the individual conditions of each person's probation.
  • Brokers Ratings on: AbbVie Inc. (ABBV)

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    Shares of AbbVie (NYSE: ABBV ) traded down 1.06% during trading on Friday, reaching $90.96. Royal Bank of Canada (NYSE:RY) has risen 16.29% since October 30, 2016 and is uptrending. Pub Employees Retirement Association Of Colorado invested in 0.16% or 306,403 shares. Bank Of Stockton has invested 0.24% in AbbVie Inc (NYSE: ABBV ).
  • How Strong Is The Link Between Acetaminophen Use And ADHD?

    How Strong Is The Link Between Acetaminophen Use And ADHD?

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    The new findings - which some scientists dispute - come from Norwegian research involving more than 110,000 children born between 1999 and 2009, and their parents. "One also has to keep in mind that not using acetaminophen can have negative consequences", Saad said by email. But they should talk with their doctors about alternative options if they need to take it for more than a month.
  • Idaho mom intentionally drove off cliff with 3 kids, police say

    Idaho mom intentionally drove off cliff with 3 kids, police say

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    On Friday, officials announced that a woman intentionally drove herself and her three children off of a 50 to 70-foot cliff in Idaho a year ago, in an apparent murder-suicide. The sheriff's office rather depended on witness proclamations, and the nonattendance of slide imprints to establish that Bankhead deliberately drove of the precipice, murdering herself and her kids.
  • Iowa reports first flu-related death of 2017-18 season

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    The Iowa Public Health Department says the man died this month and was 81 or older. Anyone close to those vulnerable people, as well as healthcare workers, are also particularly affected. The vaccine's effectiveness depends on your age and the state of your immune system. Most clinics in Montreal will begin offering the vaccine starting in early November.
  • Gas prices to go up by 12 cents starting Wednesday

    Gas prices to go up by 12 cents starting Wednesday

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    That's to help pay for tens of billions of dollars worth of pavement and bridge maintenance the state had put off for years. The bill goes into effect November 1. The bill signed by Governor Jerry Brown is meant to raise more than $52 billion dollars over the next decade to fix the state's ragged roads. Jerry Brown last April.
  • Cigarette Use Linked To Smoking Cigarettes For High School Students

    Cigarette Use Linked To Smoking Cigarettes For High School Students

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    The researchers warned e-cigarettes may help to "re-normalise" smoking after years of a growing taboo about the habit - and warned it would be "foolhardy" to dismiss the theory that early exposure to nicotine increases smoking uptake. In Canada , teens can purchase non-nicotine e-cigarettes before they're 18. A man exhales e-cigarette vapour. A new Canadian study seems to put paid to an argument that e-cigarettes keeps young people away from smoking tobacco .
  • Computer can spot bowel cancer in less than a second

    Computer can spot bowel cancer in less than a second

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    Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can automatically detect colorectal cancer in less than a second. Reportedly, researchers across the globe are exploring myriad AI for early cancer detection for quite a while now.
  • LLC Acquires 4748 Shares of Bristol-Myers Squibb Company (BMY)

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    Its pivot point high generated sell signal on Thursday October 19, 2017, which calls for additional declines until the stock forms a new pivot point low, as this could be a buying opportunity. Franklin Resources Inc. increased its holdings in Bristol-Myers Squibb by 185.2% in the 2nd quarter. Plante Moran Lc holds 0.03% or 517 shares. The Piotroski score is a discrete score between 0-9 that reflects nine criteria used to determine the strength of a company's financial position.
  • Buhari Sacks Babachir Lawal, Appoints Boss Mustapha as SGF

    Buhari Sacks Babachir Lawal, Appoints Boss Mustapha as SGF

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    Both men were suspended in April after allegations of corruption were leveled against them. President Buhari had suspended him and the matter referred to the presidential investigate committee chaired by Vice President. Also dismissed is the Director General of the National Intelligence Agency Ayodele Oke. Buhari's deputy, Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo, submitted a report into the claims in August.
  • Deepika replies to Alia on 'Padmavati' trailer

    Deepika replies to Alia on 'Padmavati' trailer

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    As we know it stars Shahid Kapoor , Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh in the lead role, all the three actors are wonderful and Ranveer and Deepika worked with Bhansali before in "Ramleela" and "Bajirao Mastani" and gave impressive performances in both the movies.
  • 450-Pound Seal Blocks Alaska Airport Runway

    450-Pound Seal Blocks Alaska Airport Runway

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    Wiley Post-Will Rogers Memorial Airport is the northernmost airport on U.S. territory. Scott Babcock shared a photo and video of the enormous animal lounging away on Facebook , with the caption "FOD" which stands for "Foreign Object Debris".
  • Promoting Breast Cancer Awareness

    Promoting Breast Cancer Awareness

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    The special themed brunch included pink drinks, cupcakes, donuts, and dessert varieties. Early detection, including mammograms and self breast exams, offer the best chance of a cure. The American Cancer Society calls the events a powerful and inspiring opportunity to unite as a community to honor breast cancer survivors. He regretted that while HIV/AIDS infection and other killer diseases get adequate publicity and attention, breast cancer receives little attention and resources.
  • Wentz tosses 2 touchdowns, Eagles beat 49ers 33-10

    Wentz tosses 2 touchdowns, Eagles beat 49ers 33-10

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    The noteworthy play merited a notable celebration, and Jeffery as well as his teammates obliged. In addition, right tackle Garry Gilliam (knee) and nose tackle D.J. It turned a 3-0 lead into a 17-0 halftime cushion. By the end of the first half, the team had guard Zane Beadles playing left tackle, and rookie free-agent Eric Magnuson on the right.