• Affordable Care Act enrollment outpacing last year's sign-ups

    Affordable Care Act enrollment outpacing last year's sign-ups

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    The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services said that 504,181 people signed up for 2018 Obamacare individual insurance in the 39 states that use the federal government website HealthCare.gov for the week ended November 25, down from 798,829 people in the previous week.
  • Bloody Attack with Car Bomb in Yemen

    Bloody Attack with Car Bomb in Yemen

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    The explosion, which damaged the four-storey building's facade in Khormaksar district, was carried out in the early hours of the morning, Xinhua news agency reported. The mission has expanded to include operations against jihadist groups, both IS and Al-Qaeda, which have exploited chaos to gain footholds in government-held southern Yemen .
  • NASCAR legend Bud Moore passes away at age 92

    NASCAR legend Bud Moore passes away at age 92

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    He would go on to crew chief until 2000. He joined the military in 1943 as a machine gunner. His first title as a crew chief came in 1957 managing Bud Baker's team and then again as an owner from 1961 to 1963. "All of us involved in Ford's racing program mourn the passing of Bud Moore". A SC native, Moore won championships as both a vehicle owner and crew chief.
  • Greg Berlanti's coming of age comedy-drama Love, Simon gets a trailer

    Greg Berlanti's coming of age comedy-drama Love, Simon gets a trailer

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    Based on Becky Albertalli's novel, Greg Berlanti's film follows seventeen-year-old Simon Spier ( Nick Robinson ), who is now grappling with how to tell his family and friends that he's gay. the Homo Sapiens Agenda , the film follows 16-year-old Simon ( Nick Robinson ), a not-so-openly gay high schooler who develops a romantic (and anonymous) email correspondence with a fellow closeted student known exclusively as Blue.
  • Marriage can stave off risk of dementia

    Marriage can stave off risk of dementia

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    These studies can't tell us what it is about married life that is important for brain health, but the analysis hints that poorer physical health among those who remain single is partly responsible. As this research combines evidence from 15 different studies, we can be more confident in the conclusion that married people, on average, have a reduced risk of dementia compared to those who are single.
  • World Malaria Report 2017

    World Malaria Report 2017

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    Only eight per cent of malaria cases were diagnosed a year ago in India, which accounted for six per cent of the 216 million new cases globally, a World Health Organization (WHO) report has said. In addition to improving the coverage of existing methods of malaria prevention, the World Health Organization calls for urgent investment in new tools".
  • Show compassion to black Africans-Rawlings to Libyan slave traders

    Show compassion to black Africans-Rawlings to Libyan slave traders

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    The heartbreaking images also showed some migrants being tortured to death by individuals in Libyan military wears. Delattre added, "We count upon support of the members of the council to make headway to that end". A statement by the Foreign Affairs Ministry's spokesman, Tiwatope Elias-Fatile, said the mission has been visiting detention camps to identify Nigerians for registration and to issue Emergency Travelling Certificates to them.
  • High BMI and Diabetes May Be Increasing Global Cancer Burden

    High BMI and Diabetes May Be Increasing Global Cancer Burden

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    Diabetes and excess weight were responsible for almost 800,000 of newly diagnosed cancers, including those affecting liver, breast, bowel and womb, say researchers from Imperial College, London. "Both obesity and diabetes are preventable causes of cancer for which intervention is possible at multiple levels-in individuals, communities, health-care systems, and policy", conclude Park and Colditz in their commentary.
  • Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)

    Philip Morris International Inc. (PM)

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    It has underperformed by 0.05% the S&P500. (COH) stake by 56.04% reported in 2017Q2 SEC filing. (COH)'s stock rose 18.61%. Lmr Partners Llp holds 21,391 shares. The stock of Public Storage (NYSE:PSA) earned "Hold" rating by Jefferies on Friday, August 18. The firm earned "Hold" rating on Friday, August 11 by SBG Securities.
  • CDC: HIV Being Caught Sooner In More People

    CDC: HIV Being Caught Sooner In More People

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    Past findings suggest HIV rates are rising in eastern Europe, particularly in those over 50 who inject illegal drugs, due to a lack of awareness campaigns on the infection's risks or how to prevent transmission. Prompt diagnosis is prevention. Once diagnosed, taking HIV medications as prescribed can allow people with the virus to live a long, healthy life and help protect their partners.
  • Wenger Responds To Talk Of Wilshere Leaving Arsenal

    Wenger Responds To Talk Of Wilshere Leaving Arsenal

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    Both players are out of contract in the summer and have been the subject of repeated speculation that they may leave. If the other teams at this moment above us keep going, keep winning, then you can't catch them. "I could see him at United being unbelievable". Arsenal could risk losing the World Cup victor for free next summer when the World Cup winner's contract expires at the end of the 2017-18 campaign.
  • Viagra to be sold over the counter to thwart online counterfeit dealers

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    He said: "The move to make Viagra Connect more widely accessible will encourage men to seek help within the healthcare system and increase awareness of erectile dysfunction". Dr David Edwards, GP with a special interest in sexual dysfunction and past President of the British Society of Sexual Medicine said: "In my clinical experience a man's ability to attain and maintain an erection is of paramount importance to him".
  • Scarlet Fever on Rampage in Britain

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    Data for 2017 does suggest that prevalence may be falling, although researchers warn that it is "too early to tell". All areas of England reported a marked rise in scarlet fever cases, with children under 10 years old representing 87 per cent of total cases.
  • Reasons why not to give your dog a bone

    Reasons why not to give your dog a bone

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    The products listed are said to possibly contain ingredients such as preservatives, seasonings, and smoke flavors and may be dried through a smoking process or by baking. The Food and Drug Administration is warning dog owners to think twice about stuffing your pet's stocking with dog bones over the holidays. Consult with your veterinarian about toys or treats that are best suited for your dog.
  • 'S Durga' blocked again at IFFI: I'm being targeted, says director

    'S Durga' blocked again at IFFI: I'm being targeted, says director

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    The bone of contention seems to be the hashtag that follow the letter "S" in the revised title of the movie, which was earlier named Sexy Durga . According to the letter, the director had shown S### Durga on the title card which the board says "has totally different implications and are effectively undermining and attempting to defeat the very basis of the title registration and changes effected thereby".
  • Chelsea keeper Courtois convinced Man City 'will drop some points' in December

    Chelsea keeper Courtois convinced Man City 'will drop some points' in December

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    City, who strengthened with the signings of Benjamin Mendy, Kyle Walker, Bernardo Silva, Ederson and Danilo, have taken 37 points from a possible 39 this season. "I can tell you who are the players not available", the Italian told a news conference on Tuesday. City have been in relentless form this season, winning 11 consecutive league games and picking up 37 of the 39 points on offer in the top flight, but Courtois is hopeful that the busy festive period may help to slow Pep Guardiola's ...
  • Benefits in moderate coffee drinking

    Benefits in moderate coffee drinking

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    Coffee is one of the most commonly consumed drinks worldwide. Researchers at the University of Southampton in England reviewed 218 previous studies , most of which contained observational research, to help determine the outcomes that coffee consumption has on well-being.
  • APC's polarization policy threat to Nigeria's unity - Ex-VP Atiku Abubakar

    APC's polarization policy threat to Nigeria's unity - Ex-VP Atiku Abubakar

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    On his arrival in Yola, Adamawa State last Friday, the former vice-president met with the state executive and some local government chairmen of the PDP, during which he intimated them of his resignation from the APC. Jonathan had, in an interview, described ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo as "the boss of bosses". In his letter of resignation, he did not state clearly if he was returning to the PDP.
  • Newborn found dead under family's porch, mother facing multiple charges

    Newborn found dead under family's porch, mother facing multiple charges

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    That homeowner was putting up Christmas lights and running a wire under the porch when they found a bag. The suspect, Brittany Robinson , was taken to a nearby hospital for treatment related to childbirth. "This baby was in excellent physical condition". "They're still looking to determine if there was some exterior cause of death or the elements that killed the baby, but either way, the baby was born alive and cleaned up and then placed under there".
  • Pope talks to Myanmar general

    Pope talks to Myanmar general

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    Francis will also visit Bangladesh during his November 26-December 2 trip, where he is expected to meet Rohingya refugees . Although the Rohingya have a long history of poor treatment at the hands of authorities in Myanmar, the latest refugee crisis was sparked in August, when the country's army launched a crackdown on the minority people in Rakhine state following attacks on military outposts by Rohingya militants.
  • 'Cigarette Smoking Kills' Is The New Ad Tobacco Companies Run

    'Cigarette Smoking Kills' Is The New Ad Tobacco Companies Run

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    The 52-week ad campaign paid for by R.J. Reynolds, Philip Morris USA, Altria, and Lorillard reportedly started Sunday and was the product of a federal court consent order and 11 years of appeals from the tobacco industry, the Times said. An excerpt from a " corrective statement " a federal court has ordered tobacco companies to publicize about the dangers of their products. The tobacco companies managed to delay the order for years in appeals, NBC noted.