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The Food and Drug Administration said Thursday it wants to sharply reduce the amount of nicotine in cigarettes. It is also seeking comment from the public on things like where nicotine levels should be capped, whether caps should be implemented gradually or all at once, and what unintended consequences could occur.
  • Liquid Packaging Bag Sales Market Overview 2018 to 2025

    Liquid Packaging Bag Sales Market Overview 2018 to 2025

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    Plastics Sterile Medical Packaging Market report provides the main region, market conditions with the product price , profit, capacity, production, supply, demand and market growth rate and forecast etc. Price, Cost, Gross and Gross Margin Analysis of Flexible Packaging Films Market Report and Forecast to 2022 by Regions, Types and Manufacturers.
  • Trump abandons gun control promises with modest policy proposal

    Trump abandons gun control promises with modest policy proposal

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    Doug Pratt, with the Michigan Education Association says the real issue is gun violence, and says more guns in school won't solve the problem. Democrats and gun control advocates were quick to pounce, with Sen. "They can't even bar terrorists from buying guns in this country because the NRA opposes that". Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) later that week, Loesch also claimed at that audience members - many of them survivors and victims' family members - ...
  • Smoking Could Be Damaging Your Hearing, Research Reveals

    Smoking Could Be Damaging Your Hearing, Research Reveals

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    The increased risk of hearing loss decreased within five years after quitting smoking. But half of all long-term smokers will die as a result of their smoking if they don't quit. A 2017 study found that almost a quarter of adult cigarette smokers used e-cigarettes to quit. However, the research showed that most of the who used e-cigarettes to quit did not switch entirely and were still smoking traditional cigarettes.
  • Bullseye star Jim Bowen dies aged 80

    Bullseye star Jim Bowen dies aged 80

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    He was famous for his catchphrases including " super, smashing, great ", "look what you could have won" and "stay out of the black and into the red, nothing in this game for two in a bed". His wife confirmed the sad news of his death to the station today (Wednesday). 'You can't beat a bit of Bully!' Tributes have flooded in for the star, including from comedian Jim Davidson who took to Twitter to pay tribute, writing: "RIP Jim Bowen".
  • House to Vote on Right to Try Legislation on Tuesday

    House to Vote on Right to Try Legislation on Tuesday

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    Trump . Sen. Mario Scavello (R-Monroe/Northampton) said his proposal would greatly decrease the chances of leaving deceased animals unrecovered. "The vast majority of people" granted access to unproven treatments "are using a drug that doesn't work", he said.
  • Lancaster holds steady in top ranks of annual county health ranking

    Lancaster holds steady in top ranks of annual county health ranking

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    The Rankings rely on a robust set of data and analysis that allows counties to see what is making residents healthy or sick and how counties compared to others within the state. Center Executive Director Trina Thompson said her staff has been developing partnerships with existing organizations and recruiting volunteers to address population health issues on a variety of fronts.
  • How Much Dortmund Will Have To Pay For Michy Batshuayi

    How Much Dortmund Will Have To Pay For Michy Batshuayi

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    Antonio Conte was not fully convinced of the Belgian striker's attacking prowess despite his impressive performances fro the reigning English champions. He showed how important he can be for us. Then we have to keep up the good ground. Since stepping in as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's replacement after the Gabon worldwide moved to Arsenal, Batshuayi has scored seven goals for BVB - the latest being a dramatic last-gasp victor against Eintracht Frankfurt at Signal Iduna Park on Saturday.
  • Margot Robbie To Play Sharon Tate In Tarantino Film, Alongside Leonardo DiCaprio

    Margot Robbie To Play Sharon Tate In Tarantino Film, Alongside Leonardo DiCaprio

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    Deadline reports that negotiations are underway with the I, Tonya actress, which would make her the third major name to sign onto the flick about Hollywood actors involved Manson murders. The film is due to start production later this year, with a release date of August 9 2019 earmarked. Tate was famously murdered by Manson's followers.
  • BidaskClub Upgrades Netflix (NFLX) to

    BidaskClub Upgrades Netflix (NFLX) to "Strong-Buy"

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    Netflix, Inc . (NASDAQ: NFLX ) has risen 75.34% since March 12, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 58.64% the S&P500. Stillwater Capital Advisors Llc decreased its stake in Pepsico Inc (PEP) by 17.45% based on its latest 2017Q3 regulatory filing with the SEC.
  • Investor Research Report on Celgene Corporation (NASDAQ:CELG)

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    Smith & Howard Wealth Management Llc sold 2,144 shares as the company's stock declined 3.49% while stock markets rallied. The institutional investor held 10,570 shares of the major pharmaceuticals company at the end of 2017Q3, valued at $1.54 million, up from 1,800 at the end of the previous reported quarter.
  • Lead exposure causes one in three cardiovascular deaths

    Lead exposure causes one in three cardiovascular deaths

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    In what USA Today says is the first study using a nationally representative sample to look at how low-level lead exposure is tied to deaths in the United States, scientists kept tabs on more than 14,000 adults who took a national health survey between 1988 and 1994, then again in 2011.
  • Chinese takeaways are so salty they need health warning

    Chinese takeaways are so salty they need health warning

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    Sarah Alderton, assistant nutritionist at Action on Salt said: "Considering how many millions of takeaways and ready meals are eaten in the United Kingdom each week, the food industry must be held to account, with new salt targets set by the government to ensure the salt content of these meals is reduced to much lower levels, and fast".
  • Delhi sealing drive: BJP hits back at Arvind Kejriwal, Ajay Maken

    Delhi sealing drive: BJP hits back at Arvind Kejriwal, Ajay Maken

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    The BJP today chose to boycott an all-party meet called by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tomorrow to find a solution to problems being faced by traders because of an ongoing sealing drive in the city, even as the AAP slammed state BJP chief Manoj Tiwari for touring overseas at a time when city traders were facing problems.
  • PM says time to change approach to eradicate the disease

    PM says time to change approach to eradicate the disease

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    He launched the TB-free India campaign to take the activities under the National Strategic Plan. "But the ground reality still remains that we have not been successful in curbing tuberculosis". "We firmly believe that with high willpower and efforts of passionate TB workers can make India and world to successfully achieve this mission". TB was responsible for 1.7 million deaths in 2016, despite most cases being curable while over 10 million people deal TB every year.
  • Two Dead After Plant City Shooting

    Two Dead After Plant City Shooting

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    The Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office says 49-year-old Richard Paul Bliss was in an office talking with the two men regarding a dispute over their presence there. The two men who were shot were transported to a local hospital. No details have been released regarding the identity or condition of the other shooting victim.
  • Amended Electoral Act: Buhari's rejection angers PDP

    Amended Electoral Act: Buhari's rejection angers PDP

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    The President of the red chamber stated: "With this Bill, we will have better elections; and electoral offenders who carry out offences will not go unpunished". A controversial new Section 25 introduced into the Act changed the sequence of elections by making the National Assembly elections to come first while the presidential poll will now come last, the Punch reports.
  • CDC says missing doctor not passed over for promotion

    CDC says missing doctor not passed over for promotion

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    Authorities say he called in sick on February 12 and has not been heard from since. Crime Stoppers said the money is for information "that points to criminal activity in the disappearance". O'Connor was sure Cunningham was upset over the lack of promotion because he allegedly shared the news with co-workers. Cunningham, 35, works as a team lead for the CDC's Division of Population Health.