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A priest visited the hospital on Sunday to pray for the afflicted family and friends from the Hamilton Marthoma congregation have been making daily bedside visits. Medical specialists treating the three reportedly indicated it could take up to two months for the poison to clear their bodies and that they could face long-term damage including paralysis or tremors.
  • Rose McGowan to plead not guilty

    Rose McGowan to plead not guilty

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    McGowan was bailed on a 5,000 U.S. dollar (£3,800) bond and is due to appear in court on Thursday. McGowan was on her way to the Women's March in Washington, D.C., which took place a day later. She didn't noticed it was missing until she landed and was trying to get a Lyft ride. She filed a lost-luggage claim and tweeted at United Airlines, asking for help recovering the wallet.
  • Kraus & Co Buys 1192 Shares of United Technologies Corp. (UTX)

    Kraus & Co Buys 1192 Shares of United Technologies Corp. (UTX)

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    Abbvie Inc now has $149.46B valuation. It closed at $132.78 lastly. (NYSE:GES) has declined 38.50% since November 15, 2016 and is downtrending. It has underperformed by 15.02% the S&P500. Point72 Asia (Hong Kong) Ltd stated it has 1,474 shares or 0.19% of all its holdings. Smith Salley &, North Carolina-based fund reported 72,912 shares.
  • Smokers Encouraged To Quit Just For A Day On Thursday

    Smokers Encouraged To Quit Just For A Day On Thursday

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    There are more than 36 million smokers nationwide, and health experts are reminding people that tobacco use is the single largest preventable cause of disease and death in the world. Even if you're older, you can still gain life years back. Indiana's adult smoking rate is 21.1%. "What we found is that we know two thirds of the people who use tobacco has a desire to quit".
  • Viacom, Inc. Stock Sinks on Earnings Miss

    Viacom, Inc. Stock Sinks on Earnings Miss

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    Last month, Viacom reached a deal with Charter Communications (CHTR.O) to put eight of its most popular networks in Charter's cheapest USA cable bundle, after Charter had put some channels in its more expensive packages. The business had revenue of $3.32 billion during the quarter, compared to the consensus estimate of $3.23 billion. The company's quarterly revenue was up 2.9% compared to the same quarter previous year.
  • Why the Amish live longer

    Why the Amish live longer

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    Scientists studied 177 members of the Old Order Amish in the town of Berne and identified 43 people who had inherited one normal and one mutated version of a gene called Serpine1. The diabetes drug, metformin, does this to some extent, but researchers at Tohoku University in Japan have begun human trials of a new drug that directly targets PAI-1.
  • Legionnaires' disease: Additional cases linked to Disneyland visits

    Legionnaires' disease: Additional cases linked to Disneyland visits

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    Health officials are investigating possible causes of the outbreak. Legionnaires' disease is a respiratory illness which can be contracted from inhaling microscopic water droplets in mist or vapor. The ages of those diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease range from 52 to 94. The Los Angeles Times reports that two patients have died, but neither of these visited Disneyland.
  • Jogger stabs man multiple times after he tries to grope her

    Jogger stabs man multiple times after he tries to grope her

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    The woman didn't let him get away just yet, though. The woman was attacked from behind Friday about 6 a.m. while jogging in Salt Lake City, but she managed to stab the assailant, reported The Salt Lake City Tribune . Several players with Utah ties have played in the league, most notably former Alta High star Kealia Ohai and former BYU player Ashley Hatch, who scored seven goals in her rookie season for the North Carolina Courage.
  • Sensex, Nifty Seen Opening Marginally Higher

    Sensex, Nifty Seen Opening Marginally Higher

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    At 12.45 p.m., the wider Nifty50 of the National Stock Exchange (NSE) traded lower by 45.60 points, or 0.45 per cent, at 10,141 points. Indian shares snapped three-day fall on Thursday, led by gains in refiners such as Reliance Industries Ltd as oil prices dropped overnight.
  • Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) Rating Increased to Hold at Vetr Inc

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    The rating was maintained by Numis Securities on Friday, December 11 with "Hold". Community Bank increased Johnson & Johnson ( JNJ ) stake by 5.3% reported in 2017Q2 SEC filing. Raymond James & Associates bolstered its stake by buying 72,286 shares an increase of 2.7% in the quarter. California-based Aristotle Cap Mngmt Ltd Liability Corp has invested 0.05% in Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ ).
  • Multiple blasts kill 18 in Nigeria

    Multiple blasts kill 18 in Nigeria

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    Isuku said those injured have been taken to two public hospitals at the city center for medical treatment. "The two males detonated their explosives in a mosque while the other two females targeted the resident in the area and detonated their IED", he said.
  • Philippines economy grows 6.9% in Q3

    Philippines economy grows 6.9% in Q3

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    The Philippines economyclocked year-on-year growth of 6.9 per cent in the third quarter, on the back of robust expansion in the industrial and services sectors. "We are likely to see an uptick in consumer spending considering the holiday season that is coming", he said. "That begins to be a concern if we're persistently growing above potential", Espenilla told reporters.
  • As Delhi struggles to breathe, government plugs Rs 787-crore 'green' fund

    As Delhi struggles to breathe, government plugs Rs 787-crore 'green' fund

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    The Right to Information (RTI) query on Wednesday found the Delhi government was unable to specify its utilisation of the Rs 787 crore green cess collected during 2017. Earlier on Wednesday, Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal pulled up senior officers, including the chief secretary, over delay in procurement of new buses.
  • Four injured after fire at Belfast tower block

    Four injured after fire at Belfast tower block

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    It is unclear when they will be allowed to return to their homes. Northern Ireland Fire and Rescue Service (NIFRS) were called to the blaze at the 14-storey property around 5.30pm as the blaze swept through a number of floors in the building.
  • CPSC Recalls 7 Brands of Hoverboards Over Fire Risk

    CPSC Recalls 7 Brands of Hoverboards Over Fire Risk

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    The recall involves certain LayZ Board, Drone Nerds , Go Wheels , iHoverspeed , iLive , Tech Drift , Sonic Smart and Smart Balance self-balancing hoverboards. The LayZ Board hoverboards were issued their first warning in May following a fatal house fire in Harrisburg, Pa. CPSC first put out an alert in May, after another LayZ Board hoverboard started a fire that killed two young girls.
  • FDA approves digital ingestion tracking system drug

    FDA approves digital ingestion tracking system drug

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    USA regulators have approved the first pill that can be digitally tracked through the body. Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe and disabling brain disorder. While many in the health industry are embracing new technology, others worry about protecting patient privacy as more data is generated and shared. Dr.
  • Nigeria's Etebo ahead Argentina friendly

    Nigeria's Etebo ahead Argentina friendly

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    Argentina legend, Diego Maradona , has called on his country Football Association (AFA) to give him another chance to manage the national team after accusing Coach Jorge Sampaoli of throwing away the team's prestige. Maradona's caption, translated from Spanish, reads: "Who wins more?" Make your own conclusions. The Argentines relied on Messi's brilliance to beat host Ecuador to qualify for the Russian Federation 2018 on the last day of the South American series.
  • Kids' health put at risk by grandparents

    Kids' health put at risk by grandparents

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    Grandparents are inadvertently putting children's health at risk, according to scientists. Smoking , a poor diet and a lack of physical activity were all been identified as risk factors for diseases such as cancer , which children may carry into adulthood.
  • Chef Lyon stops play for 30 minutes

    Chef Lyon stops play for 30 minutes

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    There have been many instances in the past where cricket matches were forced to stop for a while due to weird reasons. New South Wales were facing Queensland in the JLT Sheffield Shield match on Wednesday at the Allan Border Field when a fire alarm suddenly went off that forced the umpires to suspend the play for around 30 minutes.
  • Tobacco Free UC to Support the Great American Smokeout Nov. 16

    Tobacco Free UC to Support the Great American Smokeout Nov. 16

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    Wyoming County Partners For Prevention has invited tobacco control specialists from Roswell Park Cancer Institute to provide cessation education to community partners at Valley Chapel Church between 10:30 - Noon. "Many loved ones have probably urged you to quit smoking already, and you've probably wanted or tried to quit", said Yolanda Pruitt, director of the Mississippi Tobacco-Free Coalition of Oktibbeha, Clay, and Lowndes Counties.