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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.
  • Garth Brooks slammed for lip-syncing at CMA Awards

    Garth Brooks slammed for lip-syncing at CMA Awards

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    Speaking to journalists backstage after his performance, Garth admitted he had used a pre-recorded live track to lip sync to, citing sickness and his 12 show run in just 10 days as the reason he made the compromise. "Getting this presented to me by the entertainer of a lifetime, I thank you", Brooks said. "As one of the older guys, you get to see these guys. Entertainer of the Year and the love of my life xoxo", wrote Yearwood.
  • Buying Cannabis-Based CBD Medicines Online Is A Gamble

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    Thus, many people do not have access to stores that sell CBD products and instead rely on online retailers to purchase CBD products . Marijuana extracts containing the potentially beneficial compound cannabidiol are available to purchase online, but a new study finds that buyers of these products often don't get what they pay for: The products frequently contain higher or lower doses of cannabidiol than what's listed on the label.
  • Risk of breast cancer return looms for 20 years

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    Aromatase inhibitors also carry an increased risk of osteoporosis, among other conditions. The risk was 31 percent in women who had the cancer spread to at least three lymph nodes and 52 percent in those whose cancer had spread to up to nine nodes.
  • Viral Video-24 Cars Line up by Accident in the City

    Viral Video-24 Cars Line up by Accident in the City

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    None of them suffered serious injury.According to the drivers, due to extremely low visibility, they couldn't see anything on the roads which led to the pileup."The drivers claimed that they were not driving too fast as they couldn't spot anything beyond a distance of 20 metres", Pundir added.
  • U.S. joins Saudi in accusing Iran over Yemen moves

    U.S. joins Saudi in accusing Iran over Yemen moves

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    The Saudi-led blockage of Yemen would cause the "largest starvation the world has seen for many decades with millions of victims", the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock said Wednesday.
  • Must work as one: Kejriwal tells Punjab and Haryana

    Must work as one: Kejriwal tells Punjab and Haryana

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    Its an emergency (sic)", Kejriwal tweeted hours after he sent a letter to Captain Amarinder Singh and Manohar Lal Khattar. Over Kejriwal seeking a meeting to discuss the issue, Amarinder Singh said discussion of chief ministers would serve no meaningful objective, as the Centre alone is equipped to address this issue, which has inter-state implications.
  • Will 'Tiger Zinda Hai' be released in Pakistan?

    Will 'Tiger Zinda Hai' be released in Pakistan?

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    Talks on the same were in the last stages. " Tiger Zinda Hai " draws inspiration from the extraordinary incident of a group of 46 Indian nurses cheating death while being held hostage by militants in battle-torn Iraq. The crew had chose to shelve the Hindi Take Off after reports that Tiger Zinda Hai narrated a story in a similar context. Directed by Ali Abbas Zafar, " Tiger Zinda Hai " is a sequel to the 2012 film " Ek Tha Tiger ", which was banned in Pakistan for portraying their ...
  • IUDs may prevent cervical cancer risk

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    But the findings are striking, Cortessis told Live Science . Cervical cancer is highly preventable particularly in Western countries where screening tests and a vaccine to prevent HPV infections are available. "If we can demonstrate that the body mounts an immune response to having an IUD placed, for example, then we could begin investigating whether an IUD can clear a persistent HPV infection in a clinical trial", said co-author Laila Muderspach, chair of obstetrics and gynecology at the ...
  • Lockheed to develop fighter jet laser cannon

    Lockheed to develop fighter jet laser cannon

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    AFRL plans to test the laser system on a tactical fighter jet by 2021. The order of 26.3 billion. The new contract is part of the LANCE program, or Laser Advancements for Next-generation Compact Environments, which seeks to develop a high-power laser that can disable military targets without weighing down the plane carrying the weapon.
  • Over-the-Counter Pain Pills Just as Potent as Opioids in ER Patients

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    The article also highlights the opioid epidemic , noting a 200 percent increase in opioid-related overdose deaths nationwide from 2000 to 2014, and that long-term opioid use often begins with the treatment of pain. Patients received one of four drug combinations for pain treatment: 400 milligrams of ibuprofen and 1000 milligrams of acetaminophen; 5 milligrams of oxycodone and 325 milligrams of acetaminophen; 5 milligrams of hydrocodone and 300 milligrams of acetaminophen; or 30 milligrams of ...
  • Kansas ranked as 15th fattest state in America

    Kansas ranked as 15th fattest state in America

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    That annual "State of Obesity" report ranked the state 12th in adult obesity levels. More than seven in 10 USA adults who are 20 years or older are overweight or obese, according to the most recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
  • EPA approves 'good guy' mosquitoes to battle Zika

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    The weapon? Mosquitoes. As Gizmodo explains, a company out of Kentucky called MosquitoMate will sell male mosquitoes infected with a bacterium to businesses and homeowners in 20 states still to be named, along with DC. The biggest hurdles are breeding the millions of bugs needed to make a dent in native populations, as well as separating the harmless-to-humans males from the blood-sucking females inside the lab, which workers now do mainly by hand.
  • Run commercial bank seen as option for California marijuana industry

    Run commercial bank seen as option for California marijuana industry

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    It's estimated, according to the treasurer's report , that the industry will generate $7 billion sales exceeding $7 billion and $1 billion a year in tax revenues. Last month, cannabis businesses and insurance company reps testified at a public hearing, revealing a coverage gap for the marijuana industry - specifically that commercial carriers were not providing insurance.
  • Harry Potter AR game coming in 2018 from Pokémon GO's Niantic Labs

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    Warner Bros. and Niantic themselves are yet to confirm the app, although a similar rumour did the rounds past year which was later debunked . Interactive and its brand new sub-brand Portkey Games. It's likely to prove extremely popular when it comes out, just as Pokemon Go did a year ago. According to TechCrunch , The title is expected to be released sometime in 2018, co-developed by Warner Bros.
  • Alcohol Linked to Several Types of Cancer — ASCO

    Alcohol Linked to Several Types of Cancer — ASCO

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    The organization is particularly concerned because 70 percent of Americans don't recognize alcoholic consumption as a cancer risk factor, based on the National Cancer Opinion Survey , which the ASCO conducted earlier in 2017. "However, the link between increased alcohol consumption and cancer has been firmly established and gives the medical community guidance on how to help their patients reduce their risk of cancer".
  • Saudi Arabia arrests princes and top officials over corruption charges

    Saudi Arabia arrests princes and top officials over corruption charges

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    Yemenis rely on imported food and fuel, and the closure of Yemen's border, its airports and seaports has halted the flow of humanitarian relief aid. In reaction to the missile, the Saudi-led military coalition said on Monday it would close all air, land and sea ports to the Arabian Peninsula country.
  • Manus refugees quit detention centre

    Manus refugees quit detention centre

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    This is a desperate situation on the brink of a catastrophe. The UN makes it clear that the plight of the men on Manus remains Australia's responsibility, since it sent them there and financed the detention centre. "They are people, they have minds (of their own) - this is their decision". "We urge the Australian Government to transfer the men to mainland Australia where their claims can be properly processed", UNHCR spokesperson Babar Baloch said in Geneva.
  • Dhoni should realise his role in the team: Sehwag

    Dhoni should realise his role in the team: Sehwag

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    The pitch which hasn't seen the face of sunlight, looked pretty damp and batting wasn't easy on it. Boult rocked the host team's top-order in Rajkot, getting Rohit Sharma and Dhawan cheaply, which proved vital in the final analysis. The match is important from New Zealand's perspective as upon winning, they will again become the top-ranked side in the format. "They saved the best for the last, the electricity was there".
  • UN Security Council condemns violence in Myanmar

    UN Security Council condemns violence in Myanmar

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    In a statement read out by Sebastiano Cardi of Italy, the President of the Security Council for the month of November, the 15-member body also called on the Myanmar Government "to restore civilian administration and apply the rule of law, and to take immediate steps in accordance with the Government's obligations and commitments to respect human rights, including the rights of women, children, and persons belonging to vulnerable groups, without discrimination and regardless of ethnicity, ...
  • Santa Claus actor arrested for drug paraphernalia

    Santa Claus actor arrested for drug paraphernalia

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    A volunteer Santa Claus just landed himself on the "naughty" list in New Jersey - for getting busted with a crack pipe. A 66-year-old man who plays Santa Claus has been arrested after cops discovered a crack pipe, empty bags of crack and heroin and a hypodermic needle in his auto during a traffic stop.
  • More Than 40M Fire Extinguishers That May Not Work Recalled

    More Than 40M Fire Extinguishers That May Not Work Recalled

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    So if you're in the market for a new fire extinguisher, Consumer Reports says you should take this chance to familiarize yourself with it, and how to use it. Kidde can be reached at (855) 271-0773 or at www.kidde.com. Look at the pressure gauge to make sure the fire extinguisher is fully charged. The company also makes smoke detectors and other fire safety products.