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Trump Got A Perfect Score On A Cognitive Assessment Test

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He reported that the 6-foot-3 (1.9-meter) president weighed in at 239 pounds (108 kilograms) - 3 pounds (1.36 kilograms) heavier than he was in September 2016, the last time Trump revealed his weight to the public. "He's more enthusiastic about the diet part than the exercise part, but we're going to do both", Jackson said, adding that he might enlist Trump's wife, Melania, to help. Read More »

Official urges flu shots after New Canaan 4th-grader's death

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At this point, the cause is unknown. Mallozzi's family only made it as far as the Catskills region before they were forced to take him to a local hospital - where he died later that day, officials said. Bryan Luizzi said. Reed said anyone, or their family member, had contact with the boy or his brother, they should contact a pediatrician to decide whether or not to get Tamiflu, which is a flu-prevention medication. Read More »

Japanese city issues emergency warning after deadly blowfish mix-up

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Fugu, with its lethal innards, is considered a winter time delicacy in Japan, with high-end Tokyo restaurants charging customers 22,000 yuens ($198 US) to risk death. Only 30% of chefs who attempt this actually pass and go on to become licensed. Pufferfish, or fugu, is an expensive delicacy often served in the form of paper-thin sashimi slices. Read More »

Flu season reminds us to practice a courtesy

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Jennifer Michaluk, director of health education and planning and a spokeswoman for the St. Clair County Health Department , said in an email that the number of flu cases in the county "is not something we can easily quantify as flu is not reportable except under certain circumstances". Read More »

Six-Year-Old Florida Boy Dies After Being Bit by Rabid Bat

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He put the bat in a bucket on the front porch and told his son, Ryker, not to touch it "under any circumstances". Harry applied the first aid of washing his son's hand with soap and hot water, but decided not to take Ryker to the hospital for additional treatment because his son cried when he was told that he would be getting shots. Read More »

Storm Fionn to batter the country in coming hours

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The Atlantic coastal countries can expect winds of up to 80km/h and gusts up to 120km/h. A status yellow wind warning has also come into effect for counties Galway, Clare, Leitrim, Mayo, Sligo, Cork, Donegal, Kerry and Limerick. Snow accumulations are likely to sheltered areas and on high ground, while temperatures will dip below zero on Tuesday night. Both of these status yellow warnings are in place until 3 am on Wednesday. Read More »

Liverpool target signs with Dortmund

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Following much speculation the club have completed the move for a player who has established himself in the Swiss Super League after the past few seasons and has earned his first caps for the Switzerland national team in the last few months. Read More »

Coroner rules toddler Poppi Worthington was sexually abused before death

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Delivering his conclusions this afternoon, Cumbria's senior coroner David Roberts said the child had suffered injuries to her bottom caused by penetration. The court heard she was asleep on the sofa downstairs that night when she heard Poppi cry out. Poppi's mother, who is not named for legal reasons, left the coroners court in tears as the coroner continued with his narrative conclusion. Read More »

Travelers through Chicago's O'Hare airport possibly exposed to measles

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The Chicago Tribune is reporting that the passenger was in both Terminal 1 and Terminal 5. Last week, a female college student traveling from Mumbai, India , traveling to Indianapolis International Airport by way of Newark Liberty International Airport, was confirmed to have been diagnosed with measles. Read More »

Tennessee's flu season likely to get worse before it peaks

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Locally, 30 people have been hospitalized and more than 100 visited the emergency rooms of Blanchard Valley Hospital and Bluffton Hospital due to flu. Twice a year the World Health Organization meets to decide which flu strains will be protected against by that year's vaccine; once in February for the northern hemisphere flu season, and again in September for the southern hemisphere. Read More »

Herdsmen's killings: Buhari in closed doors meeting with Benue elders

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The president is also expected to seek an explanation about the arrest of some militia members who confessed to being armed by the Benue government. The opening prayers were said by Gemade and Mr. " I have great respect for unity of the middle belt, I would not want to say Plateau is fighting Benue state at all, we are all brothers and sisters". Read More »

African states demand Trump apologise for racist remark

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He said these hate-filled things. The New York Times first reported in December that Trump said Haitian immigrants "all have AIDS" during a summer 2017 meeting about immigration. has had cordial and mutual bilateral relations for so many years", reads part of the statement. African nations and El Salvador -also said to have been targeted in Trump's comments on immigration - have had plenty to say. Read More »

Snow and ice could last all week across NI

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In a warning issued by the Met Office , commuters in Scotland and Northern Ireland were told to expect frequent and heavy hail from Monday evening, continuing for much of the day on Tuesday. Wintery weather is forecast to return to Britain from tomorrow (Monday January 15), with thick snow and sub-zero temperatures likely over the coming days. Read More »

Twitter Reacts As City's Unbeaten Streak Is Destroyed By Liverpool

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Initially after Alex-Oxlade Chamberlain's low drive gave Liverpool an early lead on 9th minute, Leroy Sane equalled from the blues' side almost half and hour later but what followed was Liverpool's thorough dominance as they ripped apart city's defence with two quick goals just on the either side of hour mark. Read More »

Suu Kyi: Rohingya mass grave investigation 'positive'

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Burma's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has called the military's investigation into the deaths of Rohingya Muslims found in a mass grave a "positive indication", according to reports. "This grisly admission is a sharp departure from the army's policy of blanket denial of any wrongdoing". Many refugees start at transit centres set up along the Bangladesh-Myanmar border before they are brought to the main refugee camps in Cox's Bazar. Read More »

Eoin Morgan places England´s one-day side on 2019 World Cup alert

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After a humbling 4-0 defeat in the Tests to relinquish the Ashes, Bayliss has come under fire for the manner in which England were unable to land a telling blow on the hosts. During the same period, Australia reached 300 12 times in 50 matches, including 10 out of 23 matches batting first. Livingstone will spend the next week or so with Lancashire, looking ahead to the 2018 summer with his head coach Glen Chapple as they aim to go one better than previous year when they finished ... Read More »

PDP MLA says Kashmiri militant deaths a collective failure, not celebratory

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To a poser on local militants, he said, "Call them militants or terrorists, but they are Kashmiris, they are our brothers". Further stating that PDP is a party of contradictions, senior leader of the opposition national conference Akbar Lone said, "There is a contradiction in the PDP, on one side they kill militants and on the other hand such a statement coming from the PDP MLA, this contradicts CM Mehbooba Mufti's assembly statement". Read More »

Duke Realty (NYSE:DRE) Stock Rating Lowered by Royal Bank of Canada

The stock has "Hold" rating by Deutsche Bank on Wednesday, November 1. About 639,791 shares traded. (NYSE:SLG) has risen 3.99% since January 10, 2017 and is uptrending. Therefore 21% are positive. Healthcare Services had 14 analyst reports since July 29, 2015 according to SRatingsIntel. Renaissance Technologies LLC now owns 1,136,312 shares of the real estate investment trust's stock worth $28,521,000 after buying an additional 147,600 shares during the period. Read More »

Former Louisville 5-Star Recruit Brian Bowen Transferring to SC

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Former five-star recruit Brian Bowen , the freshman at the center of the FBI's probe into Louisville for corruption and bribery, is no longer enrolled at Louisville and has been admitted into SC, a source confirmed to CBS Sports. Wednesday, Bowen told Goodman he had been admitted to the University of SC and would petition the NCAA for reinstatement as a student-athlete. "I didn't believe it at all". Read More »

Boiling lobsters alive ruled an act of cruelty in Switzerland

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From March 2018, lobsters being prepared in Switzerland will need to be knocked out before they're put to death, or killed instantly. In the United Kingdom, such decapods are not classed as "animals" and therefore aren't covered by the Animal Welfare Act, so may be killed in the vengeful manner of your choosing. Read More »

Court rules Pennsylvania can keep congressional district map

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David Lewis, a Harnett County Republican who led the redistricting process in 2016 after the federal court ruled that a map drawn in 2011 contained two unconstitutional racial gerrymanders. Additionally, Strach contended, blocking the effects of the order by the three judges would be in keeping what the high court had done in a Wisconsin case that tests the breadth to which lawmakers can redistrict for partisan gain. Read More »

Jack White releases two new songs, announces third album

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The brooding song highlights White's soulful vocals and urgent performance style. The clip features several different instances of hard love, from a mother and her son who is involved in illegal activities to a woman caring for her elderly family member, White shows that everybody in the world (which also happens to be seemingly coming to an end thanks to a planet-sized approaching object, for some reason) is connected by this one commitment and emotion. Read More »

Surgeon who branded his initials on patients' organs fined thousands

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One of the 4cm-high sets of initials was found by another surgeon after a victim, referred to in court as Patient A, returned for further treatment around a week after undergoing a transplant. "It was what I would imagine the feeling is for someone who is a victim of rape", she said. Defence barrister Michael Duck QC said: "A number of people who sit in this court are able to sit in this court because of the skill of Mr Bramhall". Read More »