• Clement: Stoke clash is a must-win game
Clement: Stoke clash is a must-win game

Two points ahead of Swansea , Hull City are Swansea's main relegation rival. The defeat, Stoke's fifth in their last six league outings, came to typify that of a team left with little to play for this season, with the Potters in relative safety sat 11th in the Premier League.

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  • FDA Warns Against Medicine That Can Be Fatal To Kids
FDA Warns Against Medicine That Can Be Fatal To Kids

Nursing mothers should also avoid using these drugs, since they can pass unsafe levels of opioids to their babies through their breast milk, the agency said . Youths ages 12 through 18 who are obese or have obstructive sleep apnea (blocked airflow during sleep) or a weakened respiratory system shouldn't take codeine or tramadol.

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  • Boilermaker course record holder is women's champ in Boston Marathon
Boilermaker course record holder is women's champ in Boston Marathon

Switzer, who won the 1974 New York City Marathon , successfully campaigned for the women's marathon to become an Olympic sport in 1984. Hug outpushed 10-time victor Ernst Van Dyk of South Africa down Boylston Street to finish in an unofficial time of 1 hour, 18 minutes, 4 seconds.

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  • Justice vetoes physician assistant bill
Justice vetoes physician assistant bill

Justice vowed to veto the budget. West Virginia Republicans fired back on Twitter that "the real bullshit of the day" is Justice's unpaid taxes. Justice has proposed smaller cuts plus increases in sales and gasoline taxes. "We can not continue to spend taxpayer dollars at the same level while our revenue collections decrease". And minority Demo...

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  • House committee approves slightly less punitive sanctuary city ban
House committee approves slightly less punitive sanctuary city ban

There are some differences between the Senate and House bills. There was little movement toward that end on Thursday, day 87 of the legislative session. "As a religious leader and person, I'm saddened and disheartened that they keep trying these tactics", she said, "instead of following the core beliefs of loving our neighbor and treating others ...

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  • Scotland funding anti-HIV drug
Scotland funding anti-HIV drug

Danni Manzi, of Breast Cancer Care, said: "It is imperative that we avoid a completely unacceptable situation where, in future, people with incurable breast cancer in Scotland can access this life-extending drug but those in England cannot".

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  • Prostate Cancer Tests Are Now OK With US Panel, With Caveats
Prostate Cancer Tests Are Now OK With US Panel, With Caveats

The panel leaves open how often men should be screened. This is a complex decision. Urologist Dr. Edward Schaeffer, an advocate for widespread prostate cancer screening, welcomed the new report. Some physicians say such a trend has already begun, but others disagree. It can take several years for screening changes to affect cancer rates. "Guide...

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  • Wheres' the baby? April the pregnant giraffe keeps the world guessing
Wheres' the baby? April the pregnant giraffe keeps the world guessing

Stacey Helms said she was at the zoo with her grandson to see the LEGO sculptures when they heard over a park employee's walkie talkie that a giraffe was about to give birth. The zoo said it will hold an online competition to name the baby giraffe once it's born. Needless to say, all this attention has been a major boon for the Animal Adventure...

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  • Immunisation drive slashes prevalence of cancer-causing virus by 90%
Immunisation drive slashes prevalence of cancer-causing virus by 90%

HPV can also cause cancers of the throat, neck, tongue, tonsils, vulva, vagina, penis or anus. "People need to realize that this is a serious concern". The gap between cases among men and women was significant: 11.5 percent of men had oral HPV, compared to 3.3 percent of women. Health experts reaffirm that vaccines are the best way to prevent H...

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  • Government reduces Lloyds stake to below 2%
Government reduces Lloyds stake to below 2%

Stock exchanged hands with the total volume of 1.78 Million shares, as contrast to its average volume of 1.33 Million shares. Earnings per share serves as an indicator of a company's profitability. Institutional investors own 0.32% of the company's stock. The average 1-year target price among brokerages that have updated their coverage on the stock...

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  • Former Obama Advisor Susan Rice Denies Using Intelligence to 'Unmask' Trump Associates
Former Obama Advisor Susan Rice Denies Using Intelligence to 'Unmask' Trump Associates

The decision comes from the intelligence agencies. Per Rogers: first, a "valid need to know", and, second, an affirmative answer to the question: "Is the identification necessary to truly understand the intelligence value the report is created to generate?" The focus has instead recently shifted to the issue of "unmasking", namely the circumsta...

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  • Susan Rice: 'I Leaked Nothing to Nobody' on Trump Transition
Susan Rice: 'I Leaked Nothing to Nobody' on Trump Transition

Bloomberg reported that the National Security Council's senior director for intelligence, Ezra Cohen-Watnick, was conducting a review of the policy on naming American citizens who turn up in surveillance reports - a practice called unmasking - when he discovered Rice's requests to have the names made public.

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  • White House tries to woo GOP lawmakers with revised health care bill
White House tries to woo GOP lawmakers with revised health care bill

Rep. Tom MacArthur, R-N.J., a leader of the moderate House Tuesday Group, was among moderate lawmakers who met with officials at the White House earlier Monday, a GOP aide said . Ways and Means Chair Kevin Brady told reporters , "I don't know that there are any negotiations occurring; I know that there are conversations between members".

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  • Under-fire Wenger finds a friend in Guardiola
Under-fire Wenger finds a friend in Guardiola

He believes Wenger's decision on whether he stays or goes will be influenced by what he feels is best for Arsenal - not himself. Goalkeeper Petr Cech, who limped off during Arsenal's loss at West Bromwich Albion this month, is expected to miss the next two games with calf injury.

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  • Julia, a Muppet with autism, is the new kid on Sesame Street
Julia, a Muppet with autism, is the new kid on Sesame Street

Julia is the first Muppet of its kind in Sesame Street's 47-year history, Across the country, one in 68 children are diagnosed with the disorder. " Julia is a little girl who is showing that she has some challenges initiating and making friends, which is very typical of kids with autism", said Rachel Gardner, psychologist and director of the ...

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  • The World's Strongest Coffee Is Now Available in the US… But Beware!
The World's Strongest Coffee Is Now Available in the US… But Beware!

Australia invented a coffee that could literally kill you, but the award for world's strongest coffee goes to South Africa. Just one 6 ounce cup contains nearly as much caffeine as the entire recommended daily amount of caffeine deemed medically safe for most healthy adults.

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  • Keepers predict a calf today or tonight for April the pregnant giraffe
Keepers predict a calf today or tonight for April the pregnant giraffe

In Animal Adventure's morning update this morning, Patch wrote that the veterinarian, Dr. Tim, was called this morning. Jordan Patch, owner of Animal Adventure Park, attributes April's popularity to a sense of wonder we feel when we get a glimpse at a world we'd otherwise never see.

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  • Ex punk-rocker O'Rourke launches longshot bid against Cruz
Ex punk-rocker O'Rourke launches longshot bid against Cruz

WASHINGTON - Democratic Rep. Beto O'Rourke of Texas said Wednesday he is preparing for a campaign announcement in El Paso and insisted GOP Sen. It was on that trip that Beto chose to run for Senate. After a failed presidential bid previous year, Cruz appeared vulnerable in his re-election bid-though mostly in the Republican primary. O'Rourke is s...

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  • Seamus Coleman set for surgery today on double leg fracture
Seamus Coleman set for surgery today on double leg fracture

There's no Bale saying, 'I got that one wrong.' He wants to appeal the yellow card". The injury to the Everton defender is a huge blow to his club and country. "It's exciting for me at the same time ", he says, adding that any homework done on studying Bale's free kicks could be a waste of time as the Real Madrid man is a one-off.

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  • Trump goes all in for the GOP's Obamacare replacement
Trump goes all in for the GOP's Obamacare replacement

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) has said he intends to bring whatever the House passes directly to the Senate floor, bypassing committees. In a letter sent to all 435 members of the House of Representatives, AARP maintained its strong opposition to this harmful bill and urged each Representative to vote "No' on the proposed legisla...

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  • Somali pirates who seized oil tanker release it
Somali pirates who seized oil tanker release it

Puntland Maritime Police forces (PMPF) who deployed to Alula on Wednesday night were reported to engage in a gun battle with the pirates on board on Thursday morning. He also said that the owner of the ship is ready to pay the ransom if it is demanded. Intervention by regional naval forces that flooded into the area helped disrupt several hijack...

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  • Changi wins Best Airport title at Skytrax Awards
Changi wins Best Airport title at Skytrax Awards

Changi Airport was also named the Best Airport in Asia, and Best Airport for Leisure Amenities, the latter a title it has held since the award category was introduced in 2009. Paul International Airport (MSP) is the best in North America. Meanwhile, Taoyuan airport was ranked the 21st best airport in the world, down one notch from a year ago.

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  • 'Troubled' Man Breaches White House Grounds, Arrested
'Troubled' Man Breaches White House Grounds, Arrested

Trump, who was in the White House at the time, said he was told about the intruder on Friday night. Authorities did not immediately identify the suspect, but Martin Mulholland, a spokesman for the Secret Service, said the person had no arrest record or history with the agency, which is charged with protecting the president, his family and other e...

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  • Weight-loss surgery for 500kg woman in India
Weight-loss surgery for 500kg woman in India

They want to correct all her medical associated problems and make her healthy before she travels back to Egypt. Doctors suspect that her obesity is linked to one or multiple genes of the 91 which are known to be connected to obesity. And a special truck was used to ferry her from the airport to the Saifee Hospital in Mumbai where the weight loss ...

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  • Tennessee bird flu outbreak may be contained
Tennessee bird flu outbreak may be contained

No additional flocks were found to have increased mortality associated with the disease. The USDA confirmed one case of avian influenza last January in IN, but that outbreak didn't spread to other flocks, and it was a strain that did not appear contagious to humans.

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  • We're Making History - Mauricio Pochettino Proud As Spurs Beat Everton
We're Making History - Mauricio Pochettino Proud As Spurs Beat Everton

Harry Kane opened the scoring in the 20th minute for Spurs, who went in leading 1-0 at the break. "It's an important win, we should have won by more but it's another step closer to the top of the table". Silva's 38th-minute cross was turned into the net at point-blank range by Sergio Aguero and the Spanish playmaker's defense-splitting through-ba...

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  • Nurse accused of secretly recording eight patients
Nurse accused of secretly recording eight patients

On Feb. 13, Lower Makefield police were called to the dermatology office at 1000 Floral Vale Blvd. after the girl discovered Close's iPhone on the ground at her feet, police said. Authorities say the phone belonged to Close. She turned the phone over to staff at the facility. The videos found on Close's phone dated from January 18 through his ar...

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  • Pediatricians Warn Against Pot Use for Teens
Pediatricians Warn Against Pot Use for Teens

The AAP pointed to a National Survey on Drug Use and Health that found there had been a tremendous decrease in 12 to 17 year olds who believe that there was a "great risk" to using marijuana. "So we need to come up with a new way to discuss it. because the kids are tuning us out". Government numbers show marijuana use is a "thing" with teens with...

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  • Conservative victory in northern England could spell doom for Labour's Corbyn
Conservative victory in northern England could spell doom for Labour's Corbyn

However, a number of commentators and at least one Labour MP have blamed the Labour loss on embattled leader Jeremy Corbyn. It is very rare for the governing party to pick up votes from the opposition. "Do you know who I feel sorry for?" Copeland is home to the Sellafield nuclear power plant, and much was made of Jeremy Corbyn's anti-nuclear ...

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  • Pa. Department of Health investigates mumps cases at Penn State
Pa. Department of Health investigates mumps cases at Penn State

What can you do to prevent the spread of mumps? Mona Marin, a viral diseases expert with CDC, notes that "although the disease has not been serious, the disruption and expense it has caused for local and state health officials has been significant".

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  • Court orders South Africa to reverse ICC withdrawal
Court orders South Africa to reverse ICC withdrawal

On Wednesday, the court determined the decision taken by President Jacob Zuma and the minister of justice Michael Masutha to withdraw from The Hague-based court without parliamentary approval amounted to a breach of the separation of powers.

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  • 5 killed after light plane crashes into shopping centre in Australia
5 killed after light plane crashes into shopping centre in Australia

The Beechcraft plane crashed into the shopping centre a few moments after taking off. Mr Quartermain was the co-owner of Corporate and Leisure Aviation , which owned the plane. The shopping centre, which was next to the Essendon Fields airport, was still closed at the time of the crash, saving possibilities of further casualties.

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  • Spain's Princess Cristina found not guilty in tax fraud case
Spain's Princess Cristina found not guilty in tax fraud case

Urdangarin and his business partners-there were 18 defendants in total-were accused of embezzling about 6 million euros ($6.4 million) that had been distributed by regional officials for organizing sporting events. When his sister Cristina was indicted, King Felipe cancelled her titles of Duchess of Palma, granted by their father in 1997 on the o...

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  • Health department recommends Alabamans get flu shots
Health department recommends Alabamans get flu shots

The Shelby County Health Department also wants to remind people to wash their hands often and stay home if they are feeling sick to limit the spread of the flu. The CDC recommends a yearly flu vaccine for everyone 6 months of age and older as the first and most important step in protecting against this serious disease.

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  • Feeling Way More Stressed Out? You're Not Alone
Feeling Way More Stressed Out? You're Not Alone

Since August, the percentage of Americans saying personal safety is a very or somewhat significant source of stress increased from 29 percent to 34 percent-the highest percentage noted since the question was first asked in 2008. Reported symptoms included things like headaches, feeling nervous or anxious, feeling overwhelmed or feeling depressed ...

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