• Good news, chocolate lovers!
Good news, chocolate lovers!

It follows a study by Loma Linda University Health in California which found that eating dark chocolate reduced stress and inflammation, while improving memory, immunity and mood. Elizabeth Mostofsky, who wasn't involved in the studies, cautioned that eating large quantities of chocolate is still not advisable, due to the high fat and sugar conte...

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  • DDOS-for-Hire Admins Need to Hire Lawyers
DDOS-for-Hire Admins Need to Hire Lawyers

Administrators of the world's largest DDoS-as-a-service website webstresser.org were only yesterday reaping the rewards of their illicit enterprise. We aren't fighting against individual teenagers in their bedrooms, but an economic crime model that is very profitable. Law enforcement cooperation needs to be "as good as" the collaboration betwee...

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  • Sweet home Alabama as Newgarden claims IndyCar Series lead
Sweet home Alabama as Newgarden claims IndyCar Series lead

After capturing pole on Saturday the Tennesee-native led 73 of the race's 82 laps due to the two-hour time limit. "It seemed like it was pretty straightforward all day", said Newgarden. "We were coming there at the end". However, the rain wasn't done toying with the field just yet. All in all, a good weekend. "This is the first weekend where we...

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  • Drinkers' mouths have more bad bacteria
Drinkers' mouths have more bad bacteria

Meanwhile, good bacteria prevent harmful microbes from evolving and maintain a good health of the entire body. "These findings may have implications for better understanding the potential role that oral bacteria play in alcohol-related diseases ", the authors write.

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  • The CDC Has Expanded Its E. Coli Warning To All Romaine Lettuce
The CDC Has Expanded Its E. Coli Warning To All Romaine Lettuce

No grower, packer or distributor has been implicated thus far, the agency said. According to AZCentral , the CDC on Wednesday was able to confirm 24 new cases of E. The Pennsylvania Department of Health is reminding residents to throw out any romaine lettuce that may be linked to a recent E. coli outbreak. The illnesses have been identifie...

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  • Survey says Utah drivers are the 15th 'most aggressive' in the nation
Survey says Utah drivers are the 15th 'most aggressive' in the nation

Those 3 factors cause cars to waste gas and can lower gas mileage by as much as 40%, or $477 per year in fuel consumption. The result of all that aggressive driving is more frequent trips to the gas pumps. Many Kentucky drivers seem to agree with the ranking. The GasBuddy survey analyzed trips taken using its app. According to GasBuddy, the stu...

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  • House of Reps in rowdy session over calls for Buhari's impeachment
House of Reps in rowdy session over calls for Buhari's impeachment

President Buhari in the letter dated April 13 also informed the lawmakers that, "In the expectation that the National Assembly would have no objection to the purchase of this highly specialized Aircraft, which is critical to National Security, I granted anticipatory approval for the release of US$496,374,470.00 (equivalent to N151,394,421,335.00) t...

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  • House of Reps Summon Buhari Over Persistence Killings in the Country
House of Reps Summon Buhari Over Persistence Killings in the Country

The president pleaded with the legislators to accommodate the $496 million expenditure as supplementary input to the country's 2018 Appropriation Bill, drawing the attention of the lawmakers to ongoing security emergencies in Nigeria. Another fresh mounds of graves for 19 citizens including two Catholic priests murdered in Benue State is underway a...

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  • Calif. Police Arrest Suspect In 'Golden State Killer' Case
Calif. Police Arrest Suspect In 'Golden State Killer' Case

Her co-author, Billy Jensen, tweeted on Tuesday night to say there would be a "rather large announcement tomorrow". Who is Joseph James DeAngelo? "What's driving me is a sense of wanting to avenge the death of my brother and his wife", Harrington told the Los Angeles Times before Prop 69 was passed.

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  • Daniel Bryan/Miz TV, Gauntlet Match
Daniel Bryan/Miz TV, Gauntlet Match

The following matches and events are advertised on the WWE website for tonight's WWE Smackdown Live television show. Be back here tomorrow for the full Best and Worst of Smackdown Live column . Carmella mocks Charlotte before Charlotte smashes her face into the table and flips it over on top of her before leaving after signing the contract.

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  • BROWARD BOMBSHELL: New Report Shows Police 'HIDING' During Parkland Massacre
BROWARD BOMBSHELL: New Report Shows Police 'HIDING' During Parkland Massacre

Pollack told reporters that the commission would unearth "how much incompetency there was that led to my daughter and the other 16 victims being murdered". Calls were coming into both. Tuesday's meeting also revealed that Cruz planned his attack based on information on the 1999 shooting at Columbine High School that left 13 dead in Colorado, The ...

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  • Kanye Shows Love To Donald Trump; Shows Off Autographed
Kanye Shows Love To Donald Trump; Shows Off Autographed "MAGA" Hat

West's wife Kim Kardashian West later responded with a defense of her "expressive" husband, saying the media was unfair for being "quick to label him as having mental health issues for just being himself". West, who was hospitalized in November 2016 due to exhaustion, shocked fans in California when he abruptly ended a concert with a rant in...

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  • 4th death from synthetic marijuana reported in IL
4th death from synthetic marijuana reported in IL

A fourth death has now been connected to synthetic cannabinoid use. Two men, one in his 20s and another in his 40s have also died in Central Illinois. High doses of Vitamin K, up to 30 tablets per day for up to six months, can help a patient's body return to normal clotting functions. IDPH Director Dr.

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  • Minnesota Wild GM Chuck Fletcher out after 9 years
Minnesota Wild GM Chuck Fletcher out after 9 years

Fletcher was the Wild's general manager for nine seasons. Will we see the Wild in the post season next year? Over his nine years as general manager of the Wild, they went 359-265-80. His best trade was likely the move to acquire goaltender Devan Dubnyk from the Arizona Coyotes . Before joining the Wild in 2009 he was the assistant general ...

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  • Are Eagles actually going to visit the White House?
Are Eagles actually going to visit the White House?

Lurie supported Jenkins and other Eagles in their protest, and is also widely known to be one of the more liberal owners in the NFL . Lurie made his comment in response to a player saying it was hard to trust owners since many supported Trump, who was sharply critical of players protesting during the national anthem before games.

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  • How Miracle Igbokwe won Big Brother Naija 2018
How Miracle Igbokwe won Big Brother Naija 2018

He said that he had always seen that winning trait in the victor, Miracle . Nigeria Youths are not lazy, we are hardworking, innovative and we are the future leaders of this Great Nation. The governor also remarked that he was not surprised that Miracle emerged victor. She said that the advice became necessary following Miracle's change of...

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  • Melaye accepts to speak to Police after raid on his house
Melaye accepts to speak to Police after raid on his house

This is still a developing story . The spokesman of the Service, Sunday James, said that Melaye was arrested by Immigration officials "based on instruction". Last month, the Federal Government charged him to court for allegedly framing Edward Onoja, Chief of Staff of Yahaya Bello, governor of Kogi State.

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  • Soldier gets world's first penis transplant in US operation
Soldier gets world's first penis transplant in US operation

The Johns Hopkins reconstructive surgery team that performed the country's first bilateral arm transplant in a wounded warrior carried out the world's first total penis and scrotum transplant. The first penis transplant in the USA was in 2016 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. A team of surgeons from Massachusetts General Hospital...

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  • MI officials speak on IN travel warning for hepatitis A virus
MI officials speak on IN travel warning for hepatitis A virus

Neighboring states are also seeing spikes in the virus. Dr. Jeffrey Howard, the acting commissioner of the Department for Public Health said that derby-goers have no reason to panic. "Getting vaccinated and thoroughly washing your hands before and after preparing food and eating and after using the restroom are simple, safe and effective ways to ...

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  • Salad E.coli scare to end in weeks as California resumes output
Salad E.coli scare to end in weeks as California resumes output

The CDC is urging consumers not to buy or eat the romaine lettuce that you can purchase at a grocery store or eat at a restaurant unless you can positively confirm that the romaine is not from the Yuma, Arizona region. Some St. Joseph dining businesses could be affected by a romaine lettuce recall. CBS reports that several of the people infecte...

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