• Country singer Jana Kramer separates from husband Mike Caussin
Country singer Jana Kramer separates from husband Mike Caussin

Kramer , 32, and Caussin, 29, started dating in 2014 with the former tight end proposing just four months later. Looks like Jana Kramer is back to being single. Jana admits that she had her struggles as a first-time mom. The couple have now separated according to a new report. The news of their split is a shock to many, as Kramer gave birth ...

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  • Prince's Death Likely Caused By Counterfeit Pills Containing Fentanyl
Prince's Death Likely Caused By Counterfeit Pills Containing Fentanyl

Pills seized from singer Princes home were labelled as hydrocodone but contained fentanyl, the powerful opioid that killed him, according to a new report. According to the AP, fentanyl is behind a surge in overdose deaths in parts of the USA, and it may be due to undisclosed amounts of the drug in counterfeit pills.

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  • Syrian regime jets hit Kurdish positions, even after U.S. warning
Syrian regime jets hit Kurdish positions, even after U.S. warning

Afterward, Davis said, "we immediately contacted the Russians ... via our established [memorandum of understanding] channel used for de-confliction of airspace and to ensure the safety of coalition forces and their counter-ISIL efforts, and they assured us the aircraft were not Russian".

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  • Hip's Kingston concert won't be rebroadcast
Hip's Kingston concert won't be rebroadcast

The group decided upon a farewell Canadian tour, after frontman Gord Downie was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer earlier this year. Fans were devastated to hear about Gord's cancer, and tickets sold out coast to coast. " CBC made both a competitive and financially responsible offer to acquire the broadcast rights, and we're thrilled to be ...

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  • Fighting Intensifies In N Afghanistan As Taliban Gain Ground
Fighting Intensifies In N Afghanistan As Taliban Gain Ground

Khanabad district administrator Hayatullah Amiri told Reuters news agency: "The Taliban attacked the district from different positions and we resisted for hours but we received no support". Meanwhile, they took seven tanks [Humvees are commonly referred to as tanks by the Taliban and locals] belonging to security forces. Taliban fighters fr...

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  • Arkansas high school's problem-solving rule for students, parents goes viral
Arkansas high school's problem-solving rule for students, parents goes viral

It's been shared more than 115,000 times since it was posted last week. The post has gone viral. Now, however, we are doubling-down on this policy to treat the aforementioned lack of problem-solving that has become the norm. Principal Straessle wants to assure everyone that won't happen. "It was the beginning of the school year and we wanted to u...

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  • McDonald's pulls fitness trackers from Happy Meals amid reports of rashes
McDonald's pulls fitness trackers from Happy Meals amid reports of rashes

McDonald's pulled " Step It! " fitness trackers from Happy Meals on Wednesday after reports that children experienced "skin irritations" from the toy's wristband, the company said in a statement. According to McDonald's nutrition calculator, a Happy Meal with a kids' fries, a cheeseburger, apple slices and a milk jug contains 530 calor...

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  • A Fall in the Olympics Delivers an Uplifting Moment
A Fall in the Olympics Delivers an Uplifting Moment

D'Agostino limped her way to the finish, where Hamblin was waiting for her. D'Agostino got up but saw Hamblin was in distress and paused to help her up. "I'm never going to forget that moment", Hamblin said. About 10 minutes into the race, D'Agostino clipped Nikki Hamblin of New Zealand from behind, sending both runners to the ground in pain.

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  • DSHS: El Paso man contracts Zika after traveling to Miami
DSHS: El Paso man contracts Zika after traveling to Miami

Zika is spread by the Aedes Aegypti mosquito. This count includes three pregnant women, two infants infected before birth, and one person who had sexual contact with a traveler. Despite the fans' triumphalism - and the authorities' relief - about the absence of Zika cases during the Olympics, the virus is likely to come back with a vengeance as w...

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  • New Local Zika Infection Reported in Miami
New Local Zika Infection Reported in Miami

The primary means of transmission of Zika is through the bite of an infected mosquito. OBGYNs are handing out Zika kits with bug spray, tablets use to kill mosquitoes and condoms, since the virus can be sexually-transmitted. However, pregnant women who are infected with the Zika virus have reported poor pregnancy outcomes and giving birth to babi...

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  • Watch for those misquitoes! West Nile spreading fast in Southland
Watch for those misquitoes! West Nile spreading fast in Southland

Consider use of BTI briquettes (or mosquito dunks) in water that can not be drained , such as small ponds and drinking troughs. · Drain : Drain or treat all standing water in and around your home or workplace. The Kent County Health Department says they have found the first positive signs of West Nile virus in a mosquito for 2016. "This l...

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  • In Break With Father, Jeb Bush's Son Says He Will Back Trump
In Break With Father, Jeb Bush's Son Says He Will Back Trump

The younger George Bush, who has part Hispanic and, unlike his more famous family members, is at the beginning of his political career, does not have that luxury. "I mean, unbelievable. I don't know how women can vote for someone who said what he said about Megyn Kelly, it's awful", she said. Jeb Bush's son, has supported his father through t...

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  • Pregnant women warned over travelling to Florida due to Zika
Pregnant women warned over travelling to Florida due to Zika

Although most people who get Zika don't even know they are sick, infection during pregnancy can cause babies to be born with disastrously small heads and other severe brain-related defects. Gomez said the news is "scary but we can not stop living our lives". Although a risky outbreak in the middle of summer can cause worry and distress for travel...

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  • MUSC ranked again as state's number one hospital
MUSC ranked again as state's number one hospital

In the national comparison of specialties, Cleveland Clinic Florida ranked 49th best for gastroenterology and gastrointestinal surgery and "high performing" for geriatrics and orthopedics . U.S. News & World Report publishes "Best Hospitals" to help guide patients who need a high level of care because they face a particularly hard surgery, a ...

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  • Josh Norman on Odell Beckham Jr.: 'I'm not talking about him'
Josh Norman on Odell Beckham Jr.: 'I'm not talking about him'

I guess if a guy talks about you that much, you must be doing something right". "It's kind of like, well, dang, if you once was the [hunter] and now you're the hunted it's kind of like why am I talking about you?" I'm alright, but [when I next practice] is not my call.

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  • Hospitals in area see mixed quality results
Hospitals in area see mixed quality results

The rankings were initially scheduled for release in April, but healthcare interest groups' concerns and Congressional questions caused CMS to delay until this week. Hilo Medical Center's top Hawaii ranking follows several other recent honors and accolades recognizing important milestones in its transformation as a leading hospital in Hawai'i.

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  • Quest for new antibiotics gets right up your nose
Quest for new antibiotics gets right up your nose

Follow-up work confirmed that lugdunin can treat S. aureus skin infections in mice, and limit the spread of S. aureus in a rat's nose. This suggests that in the human nose, S. A new antibiotic was right under our noses - or rather, in them. These were "very unexpected and exciting findings that can be very helpful, we think, for new conc...

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  • Deutsche Bank warns of further cuts after fall in profits
Deutsche Bank warns of further cuts after fall in profits

FRANKFURT - Deutsche Bank warned that deeper cuts may be needed to turn around the lender after revenues fell sharply in the second quarter as the low interest rate environment and volatile markets weighed on the business. Cryan is seeking to steady the ship, selling Deutsche's stake in the Chinese Hua Xia bank as part of efforts to boost its cap...

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  • Mind over gray matter: New map lays out brain's cerebral cortex
Mind over gray matter: New map lays out brain's cerebral cortex

Publishing their new research in Nature , an worldwide team of scientists has created the most detailed map of the human brain ever, finding 97 never-before-seen regions in the cerebral cortex. Plus, it may provide a guide for neurosurgeons' scalpels and more detail for researchers examining how the primate brain has evolved. That's the best il...

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  • GOP convention planners come down with stomach flu
GOP convention planners come down with stomach flu

As The Hill reports , health officials are still in the process of doing an array of tests to determine if a norovirus outbreak at the GOP convention is the actual cause of the rash of illnesses popping up among staffers. Channel 11's Courtney Brennan reported the outbreak affected the California delegation, though it's not clear if the delega...

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  • FDA temporarily halts leukemia study after death of two patients
FDA temporarily halts leukemia study after death of two patients

They blamed the deaths on a chemotherapy drug that was added to the treatment. They note that the company is trying to get the trial restarted as quickly as possible, although they add that this will at least push back the clinical, regulatory and commercial timelines for the drug maker's lead asset.

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  • Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel injures knee, out 3-6 weeks
Red Sox closer Craig Kimbrel injures knee, out 3-6 weeks

The team also confirmed the injury happened while Kimbrel was shagging fly balls in batting practice, making him the second Red Sox pitcher this season to go down in that unusual manner. Ziegler is expected to take over the closer role in Kimbrel's absence. On the season, Ziegler has notched 18 saves for the Diamondbacks, who are basically out of...

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  • NIH funds study of Zika infections in US Olympic athletes
NIH funds study of Zika infections in US Olympic athletes

As a result, the United States government is now referring to Zika Virus as a threat to public health. Scientists believe the virus is responsible for a host of brain defects in developing fetuses, including microcephaly , and has contributed to an uptick in cases of a neurological disorder called Guillain-Barre syndrome.

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  • Tarzan swings again in screen tale of rescue and revenge
Tarzan swings again in screen tale of rescue and revenge

The Legend of Tarzan is an action adventure directed by David Yates ( Harry Potter 5-8). The Legend of Tarzan is rated PG-13 and opens July 1. Though he initially seems intent to stay there, an offer to return to England on a diplomatic mission and whispers that the King of Belgium might be planning something awful for the people of Afri...

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  • A Teen Will Face Trial For Encouraging Her Boyfriend To Kill Himself
A Teen Will Face Trial For Encouraging Her Boyfriend To Kill Himself

The Supreme Judicial Court determined that Carter , who was 17 at the time, had preyed upon her boyfriend Conrad Roy III's insecurities and used a "systematic campaign of coercion" to convince him to do the deed, according to The Associated Press .

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  • FDA warns against eating raw dough amid E. coli fears
FDA warns against eating raw dough amid E. coli fears

The company is working with health officials to investigate a multistate outbreak of E. coli that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said likely started at the company's Kansas City, Mo., plant. coli bacteria found in some batches of flour. A lot of people know about the danger of salmonella poisoning from uncooked eggs in raw c...

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  • Baylor College of Medicine to study Zika patients
Baylor College of Medicine to study Zika patients

That brings the USA totals, as of June 23, to seven babies with microcephaly or other Zika-related birth defects such as serious brain abnormalities, and five lost pregnancies from either miscarriage, stillbirth or termination. The city's been warning women who are pregnant or intend to become pregnant to stay away from Zika-affected regions-as o...

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  • Montana Health Department Warns of West Nile Virus Season
Montana Health Department Warns of West Nile Virus Season

Flu-like symptoms can occur and are usually mild, though the disease can be fatal. Princeton City Manager Rachel Skaggs also released a statement on behalf of the city asking property owners to drain any unused swimming pools and sources of standing stagnant water.

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  • Pence To Meet With Trump This Weekend
Pence To Meet With Trump This Weekend

Although there is growing uncertainty within the Republican Party, all signs seem to point to Donald Trump staying the GOP nominee in November. When asked about Pence as a potential running mate this week, Trump described him as "somebody we respect a lot".

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  • We Finally Know How Dogs Sniff Out Diabetes
We Finally Know How Dogs Sniff Out Diabetes

Touted as a man's best friend, dogs can also be trained to sniff out conditions of low blood sugar in patients with Type-1 diabetes, finds an interesting study . The isoprene in the breath may be the substance that dogs are smelling when a diabetic's blood sugar level crashes. "Humans aren't sensitive to the presence of isoprene, but dogs with t...

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  • Are Florida's beaches really closed?
Are Florida's beaches really closed?

The enterococci bacteria are normally found within the intestinal tract of human and animals, and indicate fecal pollution from stormwater, pets and human sewage. For a list of beaches under the advisory go to the Florida Department of Health website . It may cause human disease, infections, or rashes, but for the vast majority of people, the risk ...

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  • Google rumoured to release iPhone competitor
Google rumoured to release iPhone competitor

But of course, although a new device is set for release, Google will not abandon its Nexus line and will be releasing two successors of LG Nexus 5X and the Huawei 6P. Rumors of a Google phone have been doing rounds for some time now. Phones like the Galaxy 7 have skins which bettered on the "vanilla" offering made by Google and users hope t...

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  • Illinois' share of multistate VW settlement almost $29M
Illinois' share of multistate VW settlement almost $29M

Volkswagen admitted in September that it had installed software in the vehicles to circumvent tests for emissions, enabling the vehicles to spew up to 40 times the permitted amounts of nitrogen oxides. "Consumers have two options: they can either take the buyback or they can take the fix". Under the settlements, Volkswagen is required to impl...

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  • Israeli police attacked by Palestinians at holy site
Israeli police attacked by Palestinians at holy site

A statement from the Waqf, the Jordanian foundation that oversees the site, and Jerusalem Muslim spiritual leaders said Israeli authorities were "breaking a tacit agreement in place for years in a bid to show that they are the ones who have the final say at Al-Aqsa and not the Waqf".

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  • World doping watchdog shuts down Rio Olympic laboratory
World doping watchdog shuts down Rio Olympic laboratory

The World Anti-Doping Agency said Friday it imposed the ban after the laboratory at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro failed to comply with worldwide standards. The government also rushed through an executive order in March updating Brazil's doping laws to comply with global standards. Whenever a laboratory does not meet ISL requirements, WA...

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