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Viagra to become available in United Kingdom pharmacies

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It means men will be able to obtain Viagra Connect , which contains 50g of sildenafil, following an assessment by a pharmacist. The MHRA hopes making Viagra more widely available will help direct men who might not otherwise seek help into the healthcare system and away from the risks that come with buying medicines from websites operating illegally. Read More »

Bigg Boss 11: Puneesh-Bandgi's extreme PDA scissored?

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Arshi accuses former friend-turned-somewhat-foe Shilpa of favouritism. Can you every imagine love and peace in Bigg boss? Bigg Boss has introduced new luxury budget task, "Lilliput and Daanav". Karan Patel , Gauahar Khan, Kishwer Merchant, the list of actors who have started hating her is growing rapidly while they all supporting the way Hiten Tejwani and Vikas Gupta are conducting themselves in Salman Khan's reality show. Read More »

Air India staffer slapped by angry female passenger at Delhi airport

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The argument turned into a scuffle and the passenger slapped the duty manager, who retaliated by slapping the passenger. The woman was agitated as she had missed her Air India (AI) flight to Ahmedabad, apparently after arriving late. "The staffer then slapped her back", he said. She was thus denied boarding. Mr. Bhatia said that both women were then taken to Safdarjung Hospital for medical examination where the nature of injury was found to be non-serious. Read More »

FDA issues alert to dog owners over 'bone treats'

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The FDA has received dozens of reports detailing pet illnesses - and even deaths - relating to "bone treats", it said on its website. According to the FDA https://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm208365.htm, bone treats are different than uncooked butcher-type bones, because they're processed and packaged for sale as dog treats. Read More »

Taylor Swift Adds Second Gillette Stadium Show

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Ready For It ", " Gorgeous ", and " Call It What You Want ". This is the second straight week that the album was placed on the top of the chart. Further, Reputation is the first album by a woman to rack up more than a single week at No. Read More »

Bruce Springsteen extends his Broadway concerts into June

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There will be no additional registration for these extended dates. This is the second extension of his sold out run which was originally schedule to run from October 12 to November 26. Springsteen On Broadway , a massive hit that originally planned to stop rocking after the holidays, has been extended through June 30, the producers announced this afternoon. Read More »

Texas A&M parts ways with Kevin Sumlin

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Texas A&M football led UCLA 44-10 midway through the third quarter of their season opener. To read this article in one of Houston's most-spoken languages, click on the button below. I'm not going to speak about jobs right now". Ole Miss, Florida, Tennessee and Arkansas have also fired their coaches since this past summer. The common denominator all along, of course, is Sumlin, whose program has finished 8-5 in three consecutive seasons. Read More »

Hafiz Saeed petitions UN to remove his name from terror list

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Just a day after Saeed was freed, the US State Department said in a statement that "The United States is deeply concerned that Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) leader Hafiz Saeed has been released from house arrest in Pakistan". Members say the JuD is a charity but the United States says it is a front for the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) militant group. Condemning Hafiz Saeed's release, the Ministry of External Affairs had lashed out at Pakistan saying that a self-confessed global ... Read More »

Nurse Who Posted A Racist Tweet No Longer At Hospital

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Please adhere to our commenting policy to avoid being banned. IU Health says a nurse tied to a series of troubling social media posts is no longer employed with their hospitals. 'Our HR department continues to investigate the situation and the authenticity of the posts. During their investigation, IU Health says the employee in question will not have access to patient care. Read More »

Why big tobacco is paying for anti-smoking ads

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In 2006, US District Judge Gladys Kessler ruled that tobacco companies must pay for ads admitting wrongdoing. The 52-week ad campaign paid for by R.J. Full-page newspaper ads run in 50 major newspapers including newspapers that target Hispanicand African American communities. The ads represent the first time tobacco companies have advertised on television since they were banned from pitching their brands in 1971. Read More »

Are Analysts Bullish GB Group plc (LON:GBG) After Last Week?

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Therefore 57% are positive. Among 13 analysts covering Big Yellow Group ( LON:BYG ), 6 have Buy rating, 1 Sell and 6 Hold. Big Yellow Group has GBX 995 highest and GBX 654 lowest target. The firm has "Overweight" rating given on Friday, June 30 by JP Morgan. FinnCap maintained it with "Buy" rating and GBX 290 target in Tuesday, October 27 report. Read More »

South African pageant crowned the world's most lovely woman

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During the competition, Nel-Peters said her confidence was her best quality, saying that Miss Universe "is a woman that's overcome many fears". As the new Miss Universe , Nel-Peters will earn a year-long salary, an apartment in New York City during her reign and even more prizes. Read More »

Kick your smartphone habit with the 'Substitute Phone'

Klemens Schillinger's Substitute Phone provides the physical stimuli that tech addicts need without any of the actual features of a phone. Do you think it would work on smartphone addicts? The Substitute Phone , then, isn't meant to be a "fun" replacement for operating a smartphone, just a coping mechanism in its absence. Read More »

263 coins, shaving Blades, needles found in man's stomach — Madhya Pradesh

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Mohammed Maqsood, who hails from Sohaval was immediately rushed to the Sanjay Gandhi Hospital in Satna, Madhya Pradesh after his condition got worse. "We have removed 263 coins of Rs two, five and 10 denominations as well as nails and broken iron chains from the stomach", a media report quoted one of the doctors, who operated on him, as saying. Read More »

BJP did what ISI could not in 60 years: Arvind Kejriwal

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He said though four of the ministers in the Kejriwal Cabinet had been stripped of ministership on account of corruption, they have not been removed from the AAP despite the fact that the party was born out of the India Against Corruption movement. Read More »

North Korean workers seen digging ditch on their side of DMZ

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South Korean loudspeakers are blaring out details of how the defector fled to the South Korean side and how he is being treated at hospital. "September 3 was a Sunday, but some 150 students were waiting in their classrooms to do some work", the source said, quoted in the South Korean newspaper Chosun Ilbo "Casualties occurred when half of the school building crumbled". Read More »

United Nations calls for concerted efforts to end violence against women in Afghanistan

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Women from 45 districts of Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa gathered in Islamabad on Friday to share their inspirational stories of change. Here in the Pacific, many men within our own organisations have pledged to never commit, condone, or remain silent about violence against women - and our hope is that one day this pledge will ring true for all Pacific men and boys. Read More »

Loss of ridership not exclusively attributable to fare hike: DMRC

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Please Wait while comments are loading. Ridership on the Violet Line, which connects ITO to Faridabad, plunged by 11.9 lakh in October. The ridership data came from an RTI query. The month also witnessed extended weekends/holidays due to festivals of Diwali, Chhath Pooja, Bhai Duj, Goverdhan, etc, DMRC said while adding that the ridership after the fare revision for many days was actually higher than the ridership before the fare revision. Read More »

Scott Frost's representatives to meet with Florida officials

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Florida has been in talks with former OR coach Chip Kelly , and met with him at his home in New Hampshire on Sunday, but are prepared to look for other options if Kelly chooses to take the open UCLA job. He then spent four seasons in the National Football League, three with the Philadelphia Eagles and one with the San Francisco 49ers. Former UCLA quarterback Troy Aikman, a member of the school's search committee, is putting a "full-court press" on Kelly to accept the UCLA job, the source ... Read More »

Nearly fifty percent of cancer in the United States related to lifestyle patterns

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Nearly half of cancer diagnoses in the USA are linked to preventable causes, with smoking, excess body weight and alcohol consumption the most common risk factors, according to a new study . It is the second leading cause of death after heart disease and is responsible for one in four deaths in the country. In the United States in 2014, an estimated 42.0% of all incident cancers (659,640 of 1570,975 cancers, excluding nonmelanoma skin cancers) and 45.1% of cancer deaths (265,150 of ... Read More »

PDP Alleges Plots To Hold Parallel National Convention, Fingers APC

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El-Rufai also said that no governor under the platform of the APC would be willing to follow Atiku to wherever he was going. The Chairman of Lagos APC, Otunba Henry Ajomale, could not be reached as he was said to be at a meeting, but his aide, who picked the call made to his phone, confirmed the report, saying: "Obanikoro is defecting to APC on Saturday". Read More »

Trump defends Moore against charges

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Moore denies all the allegations brought against him and denounced them as being part of a liberal smear campaign by the "Obama-Clinton Machine", though his story has shown inconsistencies at times. The Republican National Committee and the National Republican Senatorial Committee have pulled their support for Moore's campaign. Officials with both those groups said on Wednesday their organisations had not changed their decisions in light of Trump's remarks. Read More »

United Kingdom study once again suggests coffee is quite good for you

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Good news for the coffee lovers, as per studies it was revealed by the scientists on Wednesday that the people who consume three to four cups of coffee a day experience more health benefits than the ones who consume less. To better understand its effects on health, Robin Poole , a public health specialist at Britain's University of Southampton, led a research team in an "umbrella review" of 201 studies based on observational research and 17 studies based on clinical trials across all ... Read More »

Mubi killings: We 'll secure state from Boko Haram menace

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Two suicide bombers carried out the attack at the mosque in Mubi, the commercial nerve centre of Adamawa State. He added that the attack occurred only a few days after the kidnap and beheading of 6 farmers in Mafa LGA, Borno state. He said the true situation about the activities of Boko Haram insurgency and herdsmen/farmers crisis especially in the North-east was hidden by the military and other security agencies from Nigerians. Read More »

Flu Death Reported In Clark County

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Flu season is here and in full swing. A study released earlier this year by the CDC found that flu vaccination cuts a child's risk of dying from influenza in half for children with underlying health conditions, and by nearly two-thirds for healthy children. Read More »