• Police say presence in Fredericton's north side unrelated to shooting
Police say presence in Fredericton's north side unrelated to shooting

Matthew Vincent Raymond, 48, will appear in court on August 27th to face four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Bobbie Lee Wright, Donnie Robichaud, Const. "As a police officer, you're not counselling people, but you really have to approach every situation differently", Williams said. Only a patch of grass and some bushes stand betwe...

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  • Mayo Clinic in Rochester Ranked #1 Hospital In State & Nation
Mayo Clinic in Rochester Ranked #1 Hospital In State & Nation

Josephs Hospital (No. 13). The Mayo Clinic in Phoenix was rated as one of the best adult hospitals in the country and two other area facilities received national recognition in U.S. The rankings compared more than 4,500 medical centers nationwide across 25 specialties, procedures and conditions. This year, 158 hospitals were nationally ranke...

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  • Grieving Orca Whale Releases Dead Calf After More Than Two Weeks
Grieving Orca Whale Releases Dead Calf After More Than Two Weeks

But studies have found that orcas really do possess high levels of intelligence and empathy, and emotions that may not be totally alien to our own. He added that members of his department and a non-governmental organization called Straightwatch would be out on the waters between Vancouver and San Juan Islands to track the pod of whales known as...

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  • UToledo Chemists Discover How Blue Light Speeds Blindness
UToledo Chemists Discover How Blue Light Speeds Blindness

Macular degeneration is essentially the death of the retina's photoreceptor cells. The researchers are also investigating the light emitted from televisions as well as smartphones and tablet screens, to better understand how cells in the eyes are affected by everyday blue light exposure.

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  • Grieving Orca Mother Still Carrying Her Dead Calf. It's Been 16 Days
Grieving Orca Mother Still Carrying Her Dead Calf. It's Been 16 Days

The J Pod was seen earlier Thursday, but neither J50 nor J35, the orca carrying her dead calf , were immediately seen. "The team obtained a breath sample to help assess infection & and gave antibiotics". The fact that her body was likely prepped for lactation, too, means she has extra lipids in her blubber that will sustain her for a while. "I...

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  • Mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus found in Jeffersonville
Mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus found in Jeffersonville

They contracted the virus in late July and were hospitalized. Although there is no vaccine to protect against West Nile Virus , over-the-counter pain medication can help treat symptoms such as fever. 'Until the state's first hard frost, whether it's for work or play, being outside means there's a risk for West Nile virus'. "Since last week, we...

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  • Wear Loose Underwear To Improve Your Sperm Production
Wear Loose Underwear To Improve Your Sperm Production

The researchers also noted that the men who wore boxers had 14 percent lower levels of follicle stimulating hormone , compared with men who didn't. Their sperm were 33 percent more motile. Chan School of Public Health, said in a press release. "It is very important to recognize that the study does not prove a causal relationship between briefs a...

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  • Priyanka Chopra: It's my dream to be able to play a man
Priyanka Chopra: It's my dream to be able to play a man

So she basically plays a man, which is great, because girls do not play that ... and I was like ' Yes, we can turn the tables - it's my dream to be able to play a man ... Priyanka attended an tournament in Delhi lately and mentioned the potential of hard the established order and forging new paths. "The only thing she asks for is "let me make my...

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  • Women survive heart attacks better with women doctors
Women survive heart attacks better with women doctors

Women suffering from a heart attack are more likely to wait before seeking medical treatment and are less likely to be taken to a properly-equipped hospital, making them almost twice as likely (12 percent) to die in the hospital than men.

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  • DRC: New Ebola deaths confirmed, dozens believed infected
DRC: New Ebola deaths confirmed, dozens believed infected

Using the remaining vaccine doses in the new outbreak is "common sense", a DRC Ministry of Public Health spokesperson tells ScienceInsider , because both scientific and ethical committees have already given the go ahead to continue to study the effectiveness of the vaccine.

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  • West Nile-infected mosquitoes found in Wyoming
West Nile-infected mosquitoes found in Wyoming

No other details were released for privacy reasons. Residents are reminded to protect themselves against mosquito bites to avoid West Nile virus . Less than 1% of people infected with the virus get seriously ill. Use insect repellent containing DEET when outside. Limit outdoor activities during dawn and dusk, when mosquitoes are most active....

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  • New DoD policy: Deployed service members can not use GPS-enabled devices
New DoD policy: Deployed service members can not use GPS-enabled devices

Manning said that commanders would have some flexibility with regard to enforcing the ban and punishing potential violators. The global map reflected more than 1 billion paths that the Strava app tracked - but patterns and locations of USA service members could be gleaned from zooming in on sensitive or secured areas.

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  • New organ donation law 'could save 700 more lives every year'
New organ donation law 'could save 700 more lives every year'

There will be exceptions - children under 18, those with diminished mental capabilities, and foreigners who have been in the country less than 12 months - and relatives can still override the "presumed consent", if the "donor" has relatives in the first place to object.

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  • Women's Month: Mothers are encouraged to breastfeed regardless of HIV status
Women's Month: Mothers are encouraged to breastfeed regardless of HIV status

With no additional burden on household income, breastfeeding is a low-priced way of feeding babies and contributes to poverty reduction. The report by World Health Organization and the United Nations Children's Fund (Unicef) states that overall women in high income countries are far less likely to breastfeed than those in poorer countries.

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  • Khloe Kardashian's 'cheating' heartache will be featured on KUWTK
Khloe Kardashian's 'cheating' heartache will be featured on KUWTK

You'll see it all'. The Good American co-founder said True's personality is "so sweet" and "so girlie". However, when she was asked which of the Kardashian-Jenner siblings would be next to have a baby, the TV personality remained coy.

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  • [H]ardOCP: We Can Now Successfully Transplant Lab-Grown Lungs in Pigs
[H]ardOCP: We Can Now Successfully Transplant Lab-Grown Lungs in Pigs

A bioengineered lung is produced using a support scaffold, which the researchers explain is the "skeleton" of a lung after the cells and blood have been eliminated using a detergent/sugar mixture. The lung scaffold was placed into a tank filled with a carefully blended cocktail of nutrients and the animals' own cells were added to the scaffold foll...

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  • Abstaining from alcohol in middle age can increase dementia risk
Abstaining from alcohol in middle age can increase dementia risk

But the reasons why abstinence and excessive drinking are harmful are thought to be different. "Some of the excess risk of dementia in abstainers was explained by greater risk of cardiometric disease", such as stroke, coronary heart disease and diabetes, Sabia and her team concluded.

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  • Health officials: Condoms are not meant to be reused
Health officials: Condoms are not meant to be reused

The CDC also added that those people who are sexually active not to wash the condom. Dr. Elizabeth Torrone, an epidemiologist at the CDC's Division of STD Prevention , told BuzzFeed that by using a condom a couple of times, it diminishes the protective effect of condoms and can cause breakage, slippage, or leakage.

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  • Congo announces 4 new Ebola cases in country's northeast
Congo announces 4 new Ebola cases in country's northeast

However, the outbreak "is occurring in an environment which is very different from where we were operating in the northwest", it quoted Peter Salama, deputy director-general for emergency preparedness and response as saying. This outbreak is more than 1,500 miles from the earlier one on the opposite side of the country. It has a natural reservoir...

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  • Trump’s short-term health plans are cheaper but cover less
Trump’s short-term health plans are cheaper but cover less

As younger, healthier people opt out of ACA markets, premiums will rise for people buying ACA-regulated plans. The plans , which have been available for years and were originally created to fill a temporary gap in coverage, will likely be cheaper than Obamacare policies.

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