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Shares of Rite Aid Corp (NYSE: RAD ) now have an Average Brokerage Recommendation of 2.67, number of Recs in ABR is 6 while industry rank of the company by ABR is 238 out of 265. (NYSE:NNN) has declined 14.81% since December 5, 2016 and is downtrending. Analysts await Rite Aid Corporation (NYSE: RAD ) to report earnings on December, 28.
  • Bryan Singer Fired From Directing Freddie Mercury Biopic After On-Set Drama

    Bryan Singer Fired From Directing Freddie Mercury Biopic After On-Set Drama

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    The movie's star, Rami Malek , reportedly clashed with Singer over being unprofessional. Malek, who's made a name for himself as the star of the hit United States of America series Mr. " Bryan Singer is no longer the director of Bohemian Rhapsody ", the studio told The Hollywood Reporter today in a statement. This was the last straw for the studio heads, who opted to terminate him under his pay-or-play contract.
  • Ravens Jimmy Smith suspended 4 games

    Ravens Jimmy Smith suspended 4 games

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    Smith was injured in the second quarter of Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions and will miss the remainder of the season with an Achilles injury. Smith was having a Pro Bowl-caliber season so far, leading the league with a 37.0 passer rating on balls thrown his way. Smith, who played his collegiate football at the University of Colorado, was originally selected by Baltimore in the first round (27th pick overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft.
  • National Influenza Vaccination Week

    National Influenza Vaccination Week

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    Past year saw 231,354 doses of vaccine taken. Of the 3,000 vaccines Public Health bought this year, 334 are still available. And it states getting the flu vaccination is the single best way to protect yourself from the flu and its consequences.
  • New Study Finds Dogs Are Brainier Than Cats

    New Study Finds Dogs Are Brainier Than Cats

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    She created the method of accurately measuring the amount of neurons in the brain, the university said in a statement announcing the findings. For example, researchers found that the brain of a brown bear, while 10 times as large as a cat's, has roughly the same number of neurons.
  • Dengue fever vaccine scare after warnings

    Dengue fever vaccine scare after warnings

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    The Health department has suspended the administering of the vaccine. "Everybody who has some involvement will be included and appropriate charges will be filed against them if warranted", Aguirre said sought for a comment. "So the vaccine is not available in public programmes in Thailand", she added. The Philippines was the first Asian country to administer the vaccine produced by Sanofi.
  • Suspected Boko Haram bombers kill at least 12 in Nigeria

    Suspected Boko Haram bombers kill at least 12 in Nigeria

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    Borno Police command spokesman, DSP Victor Isuku , confirmed the killings in Maiduguri on Sunday. Two female suicide bombers entered a marketplace in Biu, the third largest city in Borno State at 11.40 a.m. Fifteen persons were on Saturday killed and 53 others injured in twin suicide bomb attacks on Biu market . Police patrols/EOD teams led by the Acting Area Commander Biu were promptly mobilized and dispatched to scene.
  • PM Narendra Modi, US President Donald Trump satisfied with Ivanka's India visit

    PM Narendra Modi, US President Donald Trump satisfied with Ivanka's India visit

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    A total of 1,500 entrepreneurs, including ten Bangladeshis, are going to participate in the 2017 Global Entrepreneurship Summit , which will be co-hosted by the United States and India in Hyderabad, India from November 28 to 30. According to the media report, both leaders had a telephonic conversation during which they "expressed satisfaction" over the eight edition of the GES held in Hyderabad, where almost 1,500 entrepreneurs and investors from 150 countries came together for networking, ...
  • Madame Tussauds wax museum opens in Delhi

    Madame Tussauds wax museum opens in Delhi

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    Madame Tussauds, which is known the world over for its wax statues of famous icons, opened its Nashville location in April - and its latest star to be honored is Country Music Hall of Fame member Randy Travis . "Guests will be inspired to interact, perform and even reflect with our figures in unique and immersive settings within the attraction", told Anshul Jain, General Manager and Director, Merlin Entertainment Pvt Ltd.
  • Strasbourg End PSG's Unbeaten Ligue 1 Run

    Strasbourg End PSG's Unbeaten Ligue 1 Run

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    However, it was Strasbourg who restored their lead in the 65th minute thanks to a strike from Stéphane Bahoken. Nuno Da Costa stunned the visitors with a 13th-minute opener, getting in behind their defence to nod home a free kick swung across from the left by Dimitri Lienard.
  • 'Do not resuscitate' tattoo causes ER ethical dilemma

    'Do not resuscitate' tattoo causes ER ethical dilemma

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    The man had an elevated blood alcohol level and, when doctors assessed him, a curious tattoo was found on his chest, stating: 'Do Not Resuscitate .' It was accompanied by what appeared to be tattooed signature. They gave the man intravenous fluids, antibiotics and blood-pressure medication to buy themselves more time to make the life-or-death decision. The patient, a hospital worker had lost a bet when he was younger, agreed to the tattoo but, according to the case study, 'did not think ...
  • Woman Born Without Uterus Gives Birth for 1st Time in US

    Woman Born Without Uterus Gives Birth for 1st Time in US

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    Baylor will complete 10 uterus transplants as part of its first trial. The birth of the healthy baby, whose birth date, sex and weight were not disclosed, was confirmed by a spokesman for the Baylor University Medical Center. The baby is the first in the United States after a woman received uterus transplant. Transplanted uteri may come from either living or deceased donors, and the recipients were either born without one or have a non-functioning or underdeveloped uterus.
  • Dangal's Sanya Malhotra to join Ayushmann Khurrana in Badhaai Ho

    Dangal's Sanya Malhotra to join Ayushmann Khurrana in Badhaai Ho

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    As per the Biz analyst Taran Adarsh, the actor Ayushmann Khurana's upcoming movie will also star Aamir Khan's blockbuster Dangal fame Sanya Malhotra . Sanya confirmed the news in a statement which reads, "I am really happy to be an actor first". Sanya Malhotra and Ayushmann Khurrana are sharing the screens for the first time.
  • Microsoft increases pay package to IIT Madras students

    Microsoft increases pay package to IIT Madras students

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    It was informed that Microsoft offered a whopping Rs 1.39 crore to students on IIT Roorkee, Bombay, Madras and Guwahati campuses. Nasdaq also recruited students from the Madras campus for the first time. Manu Santhanam, Advisor, Training and Placement, IIT-Madras, said: "The placement season has begun on a promising note with a large number of offers made in the first session on first day".
  • State announces salmonella outbreak in pre-cut fruit

    State announces salmonella outbreak in pre-cut fruit

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    According to a news release, the state cases - one each in Multnomah and Wasco counties - appear to be connected to Salmonella Newport infections that also affected 16 people in Washington. Most of the people diagnosed were in King and Snohomish counties with one each in Mason, Pierce, Thurston and Yakima counties. The outbreak involving pre-cut watermelon, cantaloupe and fruit mixes with watermelon or cantaloupe in both states.
  • Smartphone addiction linked to chemical imbalance in young brains

    Smartphone addiction linked to chemical imbalance in young brains

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    The researchers performed MRS exams on the addicted youth prior to and following behavioral therapy and a single MRS study on the control patients to measure levels of gamma aminobutyric acid, or GABA, a neurotransmitter in the brain that inhibits or slows down brain signals, and glutamate-glutamine (Glx), a neurotransmitter that causes neurons to become more electrically excited.
  • BMO Capital Says That Micron (NASDAQ:MU) Has $43.0 Stock Target

    BMO Capital Says That Micron (NASDAQ:MU) Has $43.0 Stock Target

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    Mizuho maintained the shares of MU in report on Thursday, September 7 with "Buy" rating. The company was maintained on Tuesday, August 1 by Susquehanna. Capital Research Global Investors now owns 39,794,346 shares of the semiconductor manufacturer's stock valued at $1,188,259,000 after purchasing an additional 31,616,346 shares during the period.
  • Ex Okinawa Base Worker Gets Life Sentence for Killing Japanese Woman

    Ex Okinawa Base Worker Gets Life Sentence for Killing Japanese Woman

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    Rina Shimabukuro was found dead on the island of Okinawa previous year after going out for a walk, with killer Kenneth Shinzato saying he attacked her after she passed by his auto. The killing, which drew the attention of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, overshadowed Barack Obama's trip to the country previous year, during which he visited Hiroshima.