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According to the IDPH, the term " synthetic cannabinoids " refers to hundreds of different chemicals that act on the same brain cell receptors as the main active ingredient in marijuana. They're urging anyone who bought synthetic-cannabinoid products in the last month to refrain from using them. "Synthetic cannabinoids are unsafe".
  • 'No-one knows what is going on' with VAR - Vardy

    'No-one knows what is going on' with VAR - Vardy

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    Leicester City striker Vardy feels confusion around VAR is not helping players or fans ahead of its implementation at the World Cup in Russian Federation and thinks displaying more information on stadium screens could be a way forward. "I haven't seen it (the penalty) again so I can't comment on that", said Dier. "We had one in the FA Cup against Fleetwood where Kelechi Iheanacho's scored, the ref's gone to VAR, he's literally not had the chance to celebrate with his team-mates and then at ...
  • Tinubu at 66: Don't accept PDP's apology, they can't come back

    Tinubu at 66: Don't accept PDP's apology, they can't come back

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    He added: "My grandmother used to send me to a letter writer". Somebody is writing letters now, letter of politics these days as if they have not been there before. If we do not talk about it, what else can we talk about?" The reason why we must talk about it is that, we must let our people know that we can not afford to go this way again.
  • Let full court discuss Government interference: Justice Chelameswar to CJI, 22 judges

    Let full court discuss Government interference: Justice Chelameswar to CJI, 22 judges

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    It had already been disposed of by the former Chief Justice of the Court, the Supreme Court had also accepted its findings. Justice Chelameswar's letter to CJI Misra ostensibly came in response to a letter earlier this month by the Chief Justice of Karnataka High Court, Justice Dinesh Maheshwari , highlighting that the Law Ministry was writing directly to him.
  • Experts find answer to knuckle-popping puzzle

    Experts find answer to knuckle-popping puzzle

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    The first report that claimed that small bubbles in the hand cause the sound was later contradicted by reports that the bubbles remained after "cracking". Barakat stressed on the fact that bubble formation didn't lead to the sound as per the model which leaves bubble collapse as a viable option. The authors of the newly published study didn't fully agree with the 2015 analysis, and think a mathematical model is more accurate than a MRI.
  • Why Serbia Defeat Is Good For Nigeria - Siasia

    Why Serbia Defeat Is Good For Nigeria - Siasia

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    Super Eagles striker Odion Ighalo has reflected on the recent friendlies against Poland and Serbia as he aims to turn attention back to his club. "We do not have top stars of the 90s and that could count against them at the World Cup", he said.
  • Thousands of bags misplaced at Delhi airport

    Thousands of bags misplaced at Delhi airport

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    As per details by Delhi International Airport ( DIAL ) spokesperson, the Delhi airport witnessed heavy rush and increased number of goods during the long weekend that starts today. The Delhi airport is one of the busiest in the world and sees a daily traffic of over one lakh passengers. "Passengers are being reminded, not to pack these items in their checked-luggage to avoid inconvenience".
  • Cause of death in the United States increasingly linked to drug overdose

    Cause of death in the United States increasingly linked to drug overdose

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    The opioids drug epidemic is getting worse, according to the latest figures from the CDC. The report drew data from 31 states plus DC. That's an increase of more than 36 percent from 2015. West Virginia and New Hampshire continued to have the highest rates of opioid-related deaths. And in Maryland, deaths were up 50 percent. "Effective programs to prevent drug overdoses will require coordination of law enforcement, first responders, mental health providers, public health agencies and ...
  • Minnesota joins California suit against citizenship question

    Minnesota joins California suit against citizenship question

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    But her spokesman, Ben Wogsland, says Minnesota will join a separate case. He said the question asking residents about their citizenship status will create fear and mistrust in immigrant communities and could skew census results if some immigrants choose not to participate.
  • Eating out increases your risk of exposure to harmful chemicals

    Eating out increases your risk of exposure to harmful chemicals

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    Environmental Protection Agency estimates more than 470 million pounds of phthalates are produced each year, and most people have some levels of the compounds in their bodies. For the study, the researchers looked at almost 10 years of data from a national study of more than 10,000 people. The authors say the findings are worrisome because two-thirds of the USA population eats at least some food outside the home daily.
  • Fishman Jay A Ltd. MI Sells 48637 Shares of Starbucks Co. (SBUX)

    Fishman Jay A Ltd. MI Sells 48637 Shares of Starbucks Co. (SBUX)

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    It has underperformed by 11.55% the S&P500. Dmitry Balyasny decreased its stake in Carnival Corp (CCL) by 29.53% based on its latest 2017Q4 regulatory filing with the SEC. UBS set a $64.00 price objective on Starbucks and gave the company a buy rating in a report on Wednesday , November 15th. The firm has "Buy" rating by Citigroup given on Friday, August 21.
  • Lalu Prasad being treated at AIIMS for infection, high blood sugar

    Lalu Prasad being treated at AIIMS for infection, high blood sugar

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    He had been referred to AIIMS for further treatment . Following the tests, he was admitted under the hospital's medicine department in room 101, old private ward. The Jharkhand high court will hear on 6 April his bail plea in connection with his conviction in the third fodder scam case - pertaining to fraudulent withdrawal of Rs 37.62 crore from the Chaibasa Treasury, Sinha said.
  • SIDS 'may have a genetic link'

    SIDS 'may have a genetic link'

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    In a study of infants in the United States and Britain, scientists found that genetic mutations associated with breathing muscles' impairment are more frequent in children who have died from SIDS than in healthy babies . Defects in the gene are associated with a range of neuromuscular disorders, some potentially life-threatening, that make breathing or speaking hard.
  • New Study Says Going to Concerts Helps You Live Longer

    New Study Says Going to Concerts Helps You Live Longer

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    According to the study, attending a gig for just 20 minutes can result in a 21% increase in a general sense of well-being. A new British study published by O2, which owns some of the biggest music venues in the United Kingdom, alongside Goldsmith University's Associate Lecturer Patrick Fagan , says that regularly going to live shows can help lengthen your lifespan.
  • Cvs Health Corp (CVS) Holder Middleton & Co INC Has Cut Its Stake

    Cvs Health Corp (CVS) Holder Middleton & Co INC Has Cut Its Stake

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    The stock increased 3.48% or $2.11 during the last trading session, reaching $62.71. About 242,369 shares traded. Oppenheimer maintained CVS Health Corporation (NYSE: CVS ) on Monday, November 2 with "Outperform" rating. First Busey Corp was reduced too. Since January 1, 0001, it had 0 buys, and 2 sales for $189,484 activity. On Monday, March 12 the insider SINCLAIR ROBERT P JR sold $22,148.
  • Steve Smith and David Warner get '12-month ban' from Australian cricket

    Steve Smith and David Warner get '12-month ban' from Australian cricket

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    Warners IPL participation itself would be jeopardised if Cricket Australia decides to impose a lengthy ban as has been speculated. Darren Lehmann the coach was not in the know-how and will continue as the coach of the team. He was also captured taking the tape from his pocket and placing it down his pants. India batsman Ajinkya Rahane has stepped in to skipper the Royals on their return to the IPL after a two-year ban for match fixing and corruption.
  • Australian ball-tampering: Darren Lehmann to quit as Australia coach

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    Cricket Australia CEO, James Sutherland, insisted Lehmann had no involvement in the incident and had said he would remain in charge of the national team. "My family and I have copped a lot of abuse over the last week and it's taken its toll", added the 48-year-old Lehmann. Contrary to various media reports, Lehmann said the trio of players had the backing of the entire team, despite their actions.
  • Carlos Tevez Hurt in Prison Match While Visiting Brother

    Carlos Tevez Hurt in Prison Match While Visiting Brother

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    Amid the possibility that he may well injure himself and hamper his own value in the process, former Manchester United and Manchester City man Carlos Tevez has suffered such a fate in a less friendly sort of kick-about. Carlos Tevez shocked Boca Juniors after reporting back to training last week with an injury picked up during a prison yard kickabout. The Argentinian rejoined his boyhood club in January after a brief and unsuccessful spell as the world's highest-paid player at ...