• Reported Sexually Transmitted Diseases Reach a New High in California, Reports CDPH
Reported Sexually Transmitted Diseases Reach a New High in California, Reports CDPH

Therefore, in order to educate people and spread awareness about the alarming risks of STD, the health officials are now working with schools, community groups as well as youth organisations across California. Discharge, bleeding between periods, swollen testicles are some of the symptoms of gonorrhea. This number is up from past year when Kern Cou...

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  • Why scientists are close to finding a cure for the common cold
Why scientists are close to finding a cure for the common cold

We often talk about the common cold like it's one illness caused by one germ, but in reality, a cold can be triggered by nearly 200 different viruses. Because this kind of strategy targets the human protein that helps the virus replicate it means that any treatment developed should be effective against different strains of the virus that emerge, ...

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  • United States promises N Korea future 'brimming with prosperity' if it denuclearises
United States promises N Korea future 'brimming with prosperity' if it denuclearises

Kang praised the upcoming meeting between Trump and Kim in Singapore as an "historic" opportunity, but added a few notes of skepticism as well. Mr Trump had previously suggested that the demilitarised zone between the two Koreas could be a venue for his meeting with Kim , before ruling it out on Wednesday.

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  • Peaky Blinders is a top victor at BAFTA Television Awards
Peaky Blinders is a top victor at BAFTA Television Awards

The Our Girl star was all smiles as she posed on the red carpet. 'Whereas this is too much - it made me really angry while I was playing her.' Three Girls does not use the real names of the survivors and their families, but Molly did meet the woman whose character Holly is based on.

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  • American Red Cross seeks to 'Sound the Alarm' to prevent fire deaths
American Red Cross seeks to 'Sound the Alarm' to prevent fire deaths

Dayton Red Cross Executive Director Cory Paul says they're hoping to decrease the number of fatalities and injuries caused by house fires. Several neighborhoods on Saturday received free smoke alarm installations and battery replacements for existing alarms.

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  • Cardi B Deletes Instagram Account Over Feud with Azealia Banks
Cardi B Deletes Instagram Account Over Feud with Azealia Banks

This shit getting real bad everyday on social media all you see is U.S. calling each other FAT, UGLY , BIG NOSE, DUMB, HOES, BLACK (as if that's an insult). Cardi responded to the comments via her Instagram. "I'm from the hood". I speak how I speak I am how I am. "People followed me on Instagram and the people gave me a platform to introduce my ...

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  • Amber Alert issued for Roanoke teen
Amber Alert issued for Roanoke teen

Virginia State Police and the Virginia Missing Children Clearinghouse issued an AMBER Alert Sunday night for a child abduction that happened Saturday in Roanoke. Williams is described as a black male, 5 foot 10 inches tall and weighing 130 pounds. She is described as black with red hair, hazel eyes, five foot two inches tall and 105 pounds in wei...

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  • Convicted For Running SIMI Arms Training Camp In Kerala In 2007
Convicted For Running SIMI Arms Training Camp In Kerala In 2007

The camp is believed to have been a platform for the terror outfit Indian Mujahideen. All the 18 were convicted under Indian Penal Code (IPC) sections 120B of IPC and 10 (Membership of an Unlawful Association etc) and 38 (Membership of a terrorist organization) of Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act (UAPA), besides Section 4 of the Explosive Subst...

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  • Minnesota shows almost highest rates of depression in US
Minnesota shows almost highest rates of depression in US

Women living in Minnesota tied with ME for having the highest depression diagnosis rate in the country, with a rate of 8.1 percent. The data from Blue Cross Blue Shield members for medical claims that during 2013 to 2016, they found there is a jump of 33% in major depression during the study.

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  • Rise in school referrals for child mental health treatment
Rise in school referrals for child mental health treatment

The number of primary school pupil referrals has been slammed by Labour county councillor Danielle Stone as 'absolutely horrifying'. An average of 183 referrals were made per school day in 2017/18. Dr Max Davie, officer for health promotion at th RCPCH said, 'Paediatricians working in the community have also noted a surge in referrals for emotional...

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  • Ebola outbreak: World Health Organization gets approval to use experimental vaccine in DRC
Ebola outbreak: World Health Organization gets approval to use experimental vaccine in DRC

Four more cases of Ebola have been detected in northwest Democratic Republic of Congo , doctors said Thursday, two days after DRC reported a fresh outbreak of the disease. The disease first appeared simultaneously in South Sudan and the DRC in 1976. The outbreak in the Equateur Province of the DRC is the first to raise global alarm bells since t...

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  • Food Makers Vow to Cut Trans Fats Globally
Food Makers Vow to Cut Trans Fats Globally

Branca. "The International Food and Beverage Alliance - a Geneva group representing food companies including Kellogg Co., General Mills Inc., McDonald's Corp. GPW13 is on the agenda of the 71 World Health Assembly that will be held in Geneva on 21 - 26 May 2018. "As part of the U.N.'s Sustainable Development Goals, the global community ha...

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  • Salmonella cases climb in massive Rose Acre egg recall
Salmonella cases climb in massive Rose Acre egg recall

The Indianapolis Star reported the egg recall is one of the largest to occur since 2010, when 500 million eggs were recalled from an Iowa producer amid almost 2,000 reported illnesses linked to salmonella . The eggs were sold under the brand names Country Daybreak; Crystal Farms; Coburn Farms; Sunshine Farms; Publix; Sunups; Glenview; Great Val...

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  • Pune Indigo staffer held for hoax call to Delhi airport
Pune Indigo staffer held for hoax call to Delhi airport

An Indigo staff member has been arrested for allegedly making a hoax bomb call at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport, reports news agency ANI. "During interrogation, the accused initially misled us saying the phone was stolen a few days ago and there was a possibility of some other person having used it for making the bomb threat cal...

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  • Alabama softball seeded 12th, will host regional
Alabama softball seeded 12th, will host regional

With that, the Wildcats will host the 2018 NCAA Softball Regionals on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at John Cropp Stadium. California and Oregon State will be traveling for the regionals, going to Athens, Georgia and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, respectively.

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  • Imo APC Congress: Police Arrest Four Suspects With Stolen Election Materials
Imo APC Congress: Police Arrest Four Suspects With Stolen Election Materials

When contacted, the state party chairman, Hilary Eke, who confirmed the development, accused those who he said attacked the party state office last weekend. Ikpamezie Innocent, 39, from Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State; Lawrence Archibong, 34, from Akpabuyo LGA of Cross Rivers State; Kelechi Affonne, 27, from Isiala Ngwa North LGA of A...

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  • Thunderstorm hits Delhi: 40 flights diverted, Metro services affected
Thunderstorm hits Delhi: 40 flights diverted, Metro services affected

Dusty storm interrupts CM Arvind Kejriwal 's programme in Delhi's IP Extension. The Met office has predicted thunderstorms accompanied with gusty winds over Delhi, Punjab, Haryana , Chandigarh, and west Uttar Pradesh , Uttarakhand and Jammu and Kashmir , according to ANI .

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  • Deadly Frog Fungus Started In Korea, Scientists Find
Deadly Frog Fungus Started In Korea, Scientists Find

Skin infections transferred from wild animals to family pets can trigger varicella, which can impact the capability of amphibians to manage water and electrolytes and might cause cardiac arrest. " Given that the 1990s, biologists have actually understood that Bd is the reason for the decrease of lots of amphibians, however previously we have actu...

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  • Blood Donor James Harrison Makes Last Donation
Blood Donor James Harrison Makes Last Donation

Known as the "Man with the Golden Arm", Harrison has rare antibodies in his blood that can be used for injections that save babies' lives. The occasion marked the end of a monumental chapter. However, an extraordinary Australian man deserves a lot more than that. The Anti-D injections work by preventing the woman's body from developing potentiall...

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  • Depression Is Sky Rocketing in America
Depression Is Sky Rocketing in America

Laurel Williams, chief of psychiatry at Texas Children's Hospital. Blue Cross and Blue Shield for the report checked at medical health insurance claims from 41 million insurance holders. However, the authors note that differences in the effort to screen for major depression can produce varying diagnoses rates across states. Women are more fre...

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