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He said there are at least three ways people misuse antibiotics. He added: "We can all help to reduce antibiotic resistance by only taking antibiotics when they are prescribed". For example, antibiotic-resistant gonorrhoea has now become nothing short of a major health crisis. -Don't use oral antibiotics for the treatment of atopic dermatitis unless there is clinical evidence of infection.
  • Cervical cancer jab women will 'only need three smears'

    Cervical cancer jab women will 'only need three smears'

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    The differences in screening frequency are based on age-specific risk of cervical cancer . Experts on the UK National Screening Committee are now reviewing the frequency at which women have to undergo the tests for cervical cancer . Cervical screening is estimated to save over 2,000 lives every year in the UK. They also calculated the impact of the HPV vaccination programme, which has since 2008, has been offered to schoolgirls aged 11 to 13.
  • Fowler in striking distance as Power struggles in Mexico

    Fowler in striking distance as Power struggles in Mexico

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    Fowler saved par from a bunker on the 18th hole for a four-under 67. It ended up being all he needed to catch the former Stanford star, who made two pars and a bogey on his final three holes to post a six-under 65. More thunderstorms, with heavy downpours, were in the forecast for the next two days. It is Fowler's first start in a PGA Tour event since the Tour Championship so it has been an encouraging restart.
  • Legionnaire's Disease Outbreak Traced to Disneyland

    Legionnaire's Disease Outbreak Traced to Disneyland

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    Of the 12, 10 have been hospitalized and one has died. Nine people have contracted Legionnaire's disease after visiting Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif . In a statement, Dr. Pamela Hymel, chief medical officer for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts, said Disneyland learned about the Legionnaires' cases on October 27.
  • Toothless Peru held in New Zealand

    Toothless Peru held in New Zealand

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    Peru, who are seeking to end a 36-year World Cup drought, will feel they have the advantage but an away goal would change momentum in the final match of global qualifying for Russian Federation 2018. He failed to capitalise as more New Zealand errors led to a goalmouth scramble 10 minutes before the break. Peru came close again in the second half with set pieces in the 62nd minute but Marinovic did well to fend off the header from Aldo Corzo.
  • Wipe Shopping Cart Handles To Avoid Possible Fentanyl Exposure

    Wipe Shopping Cart Handles To Avoid Possible Fentanyl Exposure

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    But Chad Sabora, one of the founders of the Missouri Network for Opiate Reform and Recovery , says the chance of someone getting sick - let alone overdosing - from residue on a shopping cart is "completely impossible". A local undercover drug task force agent says officers are doing what they can to avoid the drug. Hoyte said the only way someone could feel side effects from the drug would be if they breathed it in.
  • Mom's blog posts on fidget spinners' lead levels caught safety group's attention

    Mom's blog posts on fidget spinners' lead levels caught safety group's attention

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    The spinners in question are: "Fidget Wild Premium Spinner Brass", which tested at 33,000 parts per million of lead in its center circle and 22,000 parts per million in the arm, and the "Fidget Wild Premium Spinner Metal", which was found to have 1,300 parts per million of lead in its center circle and 520 parts per million in its arm.
  • World court approves probe of Burundi

    World court approves probe of Burundi

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    The ICC still claims jurisdiction over crimes committed while Burundi was a member. According to the ICC communiqué, Burundi has a duty to cooperate with the Court for the objective of this investigation since the latter was authorized on 25 October 2017, prior to the date on which the withdrawal became effective for Burundi.
  • The magic of mushrooms

    The magic of mushrooms

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    This is because these free radicals are highly reactive and they can travel throughout the body to pair up with electrons. Mushrooms could be a boon against aging and age-related diseases thanks to their high content in antioxidants, new paper reports .
  • Daytime wounds may heal faster than nighttime ones

    Daytime wounds may heal faster than nighttime ones

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    Retrospective analysis of historical clinical data from the Burn Injury Database revealed that human burn wounds during nighttime took roughly 60% longer to heal than those that happened during the day. Because we saw this rhythm in the cytoskeleton, particularly in fibroblasts, we predicted that the time of day biologically when a wound happens would make a big difference in how well that wound heals, because the fibroblast needs to move into that wound to fix it.
  • 'Big Little Lies' Season 2 Will Reportedly Start Production Next Spring

    'Big Little Lies' Season 2 Will Reportedly Start Production Next Spring

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    The first season starred Reese Witherspoon , Nicole Kidman , Shailene Woodley and Zoe Kravitz . "We're kicking around ideas and trying to lasso the talent and get the band back together". She wants to make an unnecessary sequel, and she's right to do so, because I will probably watch it! We feel we still have storytelling to do. An HBO rep declined to confirm anything about a potential second season.
  • DOJ to prosecute trafficking of fentanyl-related substances

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    But the new classification would empower authorities to "take swift and necessary action against those spreading these deadly poisons", Attorney General Jeff Sessions said. "When the DEA's order takes effect, anyone who possesses, imports, distributes, or manufactures any illicit fentanyl analogue will be subject to criminal prosecution in the same manner as for fentanyl and other controlled substances".
  • Putin Slams Doping Ban on Russian Skiers

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    Putin has not said whether he will contest the March election but he is widely expected to run and extend his Kremlin term to 2024. "When is the [Winter] Olympics in Pyeongchang?" "Here is what concerns me: The Olympic Games are set to start in February, and our presidential election is when?" Putin gave no specific information to support his suggestions or allegations.
  • England v Argentina: Owen Farrell and Maro Itoje rested for opener

    England v Argentina: Owen Farrell and Maro Itoje rested for opener

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    Hooker Jamie George must again settle for a place on the bench, with captain Dylan Hartley retaining his spot. Courtney Lawes and George Kruis start in the locks with Chris Robshaw, Sam Underhill and Nathan Hughes in the back-row. Centre Slade and flanker Underhill started England's last Test against the Pumas in June and keep their places in the side for the first November worldwide at Twickenham.
  • Events line up to honor veterans

    Events line up to honor veterans

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    In conjunction with the parade, the Armed Services YMCA will set up its "Field of Heroes" display at the George M. Reed Roadside Park in St. Robert, which is along the parade route, on Friday and Saturday. Local businesses that have donated to the park include Pinnacle Bank, First State Bank, First National Bank, Fremont Contract Carriers Inc.as well as many other local businesses and many private donations from members of the community.
  • Plug Power, Inc. (PLUG) Releases Earnings Results, Meets Expectations

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    Adirondack holds 0% of its portfolio in Plug Power Inc (NASDAQ: PLUG ) for 110 shares. Cowen & Co maintained it with "Buy" rating and $3.0 target in Monday, October 16 report. In other news, Director George C. Mcnamee purchased 200,000 shares of Plug Power stock in a transaction dated Friday, September 15th. The stock's average target of $41 is -21.44% below today's ($52.19) share price.
  • Infant jackets recalled due to possible choking hazard

    Infant jackets recalled due to possible choking hazard

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    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says the recall involves OshKosh Baby B'gosh quilted jackets in pink and gray. The company says no injuries have been reported but they have received one report of the snaps detaching in Canada and three in the United States.
  • Malky Mackay: I've picked Aberdeen trio on merit

    Malky Mackay: I've picked Aberdeen trio on merit

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    Mackay, the SFA performance director, disputed that later - but the odds on both Alex McLeish and Michael O'Neill had already been slashed following Regan's remarks. "I'm just delighted that in these five days, the players have given me everything and the backroom team, plus Scott Brown, who I asked to come and sit on the bench and be part of my backroom staff tonight as well".