• Breaking Down CAPTAIN MARVEL's First Official Photos!
Breaking Down CAPTAIN MARVEL's First Official Photos!

Larson will grace the cover of the magazine in costume, which you can preview below. Could Captain Marvel be the one who is going to stop Thanos? Captain Marvel began filming in March in Los Angeles, California. Spoiler alert , but in the post-credits scene for Infinity War , we see Nick Fury trying to communicate with Captain Mar...

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  • YouTube Star and Activist Claire Wineland Has Died Aged 21
YouTube Star and Activist Claire Wineland Has Died Aged 21

Her family later made a decision to take the vlogger, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at birth, off life support. Wineland and her family started the foundation following a routine surgery in 2010 after which she almost lost her life, according to the organization's website .

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  • Rat Fever: Death Toll Rises To 9 In Kerala
Rat Fever: Death Toll Rises To 9 In Kerala

Deepu, an official at the ministry of health in Kerala's capital Trivandrum, told Al Jazeera 515 cases were reported in the past 17 days, 196 of those confirmed. A total of 71 people tested positive for rat fever in various hospitals in the state while 123 people approached hospitals with suspected symptoms of the disease.

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  • S.Africa declares end of listeria outbreak that killed 200
S.Africa declares end of listeria outbreak that killed 200

The National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD ) was pivotal in assisting with their emergency response plan to control and end the outbreak as well as strengthen systems to prevent further Listeriosis outbreaks. This ongoing process is expected to continue into September 2018. And, over the last 2 months, the rate of laboratory-confirmed...

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  • Theranos Gone for Good - Company Says It Will Disolve
Theranos Gone for Good - Company Says It Will Disolve

The pair has denied the charges and faces potential decades in prison and massive fines. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the blood-testing company is about to wind itself up after failing to find a buyer. According to the indictment, the company gave doctors - and through them, their patients - "materially false and misleading informa...

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  • ‘Captain Marvel’ First Look: See Brie Larson in Costume as Marvel Superhero
‘Captain Marvel’ First Look: See Brie Larson in Costume as Marvel Superhero

Marvel Studios' " Captain Marvel " joins the Marvel Cinematic Universe on March 8, 2019! Captain Marvel follows an Air Force pilot named Carol Danvers who has turned space cop in an elite unit called Starforce on the Kree planet of Hala .

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  • Officials investigating ‘cluster’ of Legionnaires’ disease cases in Surrey
Officials investigating ‘cluster’ of Legionnaires’ disease cases in Surrey

The Health Department is now investigating two cases of Legionnaires' disease in a residential building in the Bronx, officials told PIX11 News on Saturday. The illness, caused by the Legionella bacteria, can lead to pneumonia in people who are at higher risk of getting sick. Symptoms usually appear two to 10 days after significant exposure to Legi...

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  • John McCain Receives His Rare Honor
John McCain Receives His Rare Honor

It's relentless". Biden has suffered his own share of grief. Biden told McCain's family he understood that there was nothing anyone could do to ease their pain. He compared their disagreements over the years to fights between brothers and said McCain could always look past a specific political argument. "An ancient, antiquated code where honor,...

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  • Doctors Have New Recommendations For Rear-Facing Child Car Seats
Doctors Have New Recommendations For Rear-Facing Child Car Seats

The new findings are based on child size rather than age. The change means that most children will remain in rear-facing seats well after their second birthdays. "He's already over 30 pounds, so by the time he's 2, he might be pushing it, but yeah, we'll probably keep him rear facing as long as possible". The American Academy of Pediatrics cha...

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  • Update on West Nile cases in Harrison County
Update on West Nile cases in Harrison County

So far this year, Kansas has had two cases of the neuro invasive form of West Nile, both in Johnson County. Birds and horses can also contract the virus. Make sure window and door screens are in good fix to prevent mosquito entry. If not, mosquitoes, all it does is take a cap full of water in order for them to breathe.

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  • There's a Tufts study that will pay you to eat avocados
There's a Tufts study that will pay you to eat avocados

If you do get picked for the study, you may want to check out some creative ways to eat avocados . Although avocados are rich in monounsaturated fats, which lower bad (LCL) cholesterol, they are not rich in protein and other vitamins, so dietitians recommend choosing a variety of produce and not just sticking to avocados.

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  • Labeling mix-up recall for blood pressure medicine
Labeling mix-up recall for blood pressure medicine

Bottles that were supposed to contain the blood pressure medication Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets USP 12 .5 mg contained Spironolactone Tablets USP 25 mg. Hydrochlorothiazide tablets are used to manage hypertension either alone or with other antihypertensive drugs. The effects of mixing up the medications - both help bodies get rid of extra sa...

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  • Air pollution 'significantly lowers your intelligence', study finds
Air pollution 'significantly lowers your intelligence', study finds

Above all, air pollution reduces liveablity of different cities, including the capital already ranked among the world's worst liveable cities for different reasons by different worldwide agencies. Though the research was conducted in China, the researchers suggest that the implications would be true for all developing countries, including India...

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  • Likely West Nile case ID’d in Allegan Co
Likely West Nile case ID’d in Allegan Co

To prevent catching the virus, you should take measures to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. Ten of those were confirmed and six were probable, the health department said in a release. Mosquitoes that carry West Nile virus look for stagnant water to breed in, so be sure gutters and eaves are clear of leaves and debris. About one out of 150 infected...

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  • Eat avocados daily for 6 months, get paid by a university
Eat avocados daily for 6 months, get paid by a university

It's a 6-month study and participants will get free avocados . You have to be willing to eat one avocado a day for six months. The big bonus: Everyone will get paid $300 each at the end. While the study is funded by the Haas Avocado Board, Sabaté says the study won't tip its results to favor the avocado promoters. Researchers at Loma Linda...

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  • Meet the Rosehip Neuron: A Newly Discovered Cell in the Human Brain
Meet the Rosehip Neuron: A Newly Discovered Cell in the Human Brain

The newest of these surprises is a new type of neuron , with a rare rose-shaped appearance that gave the newly discovered neuronal cells the name of Rosehip. The Allen Institute group, in collaboration with researchers from the J. Craig Venter Institute, found that the rosehip cells turn on a unique set of genes, a genetic signature not seen in an...

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  • Brainstorm Health: Coconut Oil, E-Cig Liquids, Glaxo Lung Drug
Brainstorm Health: Coconut Oil, E-Cig Liquids, Glaxo Lung Drug

Coconut oil is 82 percent saturated fat, according to American Heart Association News, with a single teaspoon of it already equaling to 11 grams of saturated fat. "Coconut oil is somewhere in the middle of the spectrum in terms of types of fats". The bottom line is that while there is limited research about coconut oil's impact on the body-whet...

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  • Gillum advances in quest to be Florida's first black governor
Gillum advances in quest to be Florida's first black governor

Trump held a rally in the state to help the Republican congressman and sent out plenty of tweets praising DeSantis , who's been one of his most vocal allies in Congress. Florida's Republican Party has also taken a turn toward Trump as Blaise Ingoglia took over. His television ads were Trump-focused, including one where his toddler stacks b...

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  • CDC: 2017 set record for STD cases
CDC: 2017 set record for STD cases

Americans are crawling with chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis, according to a report that reveals a record-high spike in cases of sexually transmitted disease . Chlamydia remained the most common condition reported to CDC . Gonorrhoea infections also surged by 18%, while chlamydia case were up 6% within the last 12 months.

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  • Trump rejected statement praising McCain
Trump rejected statement praising McCain

Marc Short, Trump's former legislative director, said the president faced "a little bit of a situation of a Catch 22" when deciding how to respond to McCain's death . The government lowers flags all the time when notable figures pass away. Russell, a Democrat from Georgia who served in Congress for 40 years, was a staunch segregationist.

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