• Knile Davis could be playing quickly in Green Bay
Knile Davis could be playing quickly in Green Bay

I've been itching to get in the game, be a part of the team which I was in Kansas City. "We're working through the process, frankly", McCarthy said. To make matters worse , Lacy's backup, James Starks, underwent surgery Sunday for what a source said was an arthroscopic procedure on his knee, making it a long shot that he'll be able to help o...

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  • Find a 'Lucky Penny' from Ally Bank and get $1000
Find a 'Lucky Penny' from Ally Bank and get $1000

If you see a penny, pick it up, then all day, you'll have good luck - and possibly $1,000! "We hope that people will have fun searching for Ally Lucky Pennies in their cities and that the campaign will inspire people to look at money in a different way".

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  • Obamacare Premiums to Rise Considerably in Pennsylvania
Obamacare Premiums to Rise Considerably in Pennsylvania

Officials said they expect 13.8 million people to choose or automatically be re-enrolled in ACA health plans during the upcoming enrollment period, which runs from November 1 through January 31. "Ensuring rates are adequate but not excessive is critical to make sure consumers not only receive health insurance coverage at a reasonable price, but can...

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  • Ross Harris Hot Car Murder Trial Resumes After Lurid Sex Revelations
Ross Harris Hot Car Murder Trial Resumes After Lurid Sex Revelations

Michael Brani works for Applied Technical Services, which is an independent testing lab. The prosecution hired the company to record temperatures at the Home Depot Offices where Cooper Harris died in a hot vehicle. When Floyd took the stand, defense attorneys renewed their ongoing objection to the admission of Floyd's testimony, while the judge s...

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  • Secretary of state: No rigging Colorado election
Secretary of state: No rigging Colorado election

Centers also provide replacement ballots, voting on ADA-accessible machines and ballot drop-off. Supporters contend that it would be better to make final decisions on mayor, city attorney and City Council in the general election, when many more people cast ballots.

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  • Local help available during Medicare drug plan open enrollment
Local help available during Medicare drug plan open enrollment

Check your health and drug coverage - Look at the current plan's costs, benefits and rules for the upcoming year. They also raise their fees. "If you're already enrolled, this is an opportunity to review your coverage and make adjustments if necessary so it better meets your needs".

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  • Stories of breast cancer survivors told
Stories of breast cancer survivors told

There are eleven providers in the state that provides services to about 4,000 women. She's director of the division of cancer prevention and control at the CDC. Today, eight women in New Zealand will be diagnosed with breast cancer. Richardson noted that not only greater awareness of breast cancer but better technologies may have led to more diag...

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  • Tax Soda To Fight Obesity, WHO Urges Nations Around The Globe
Tax Soda To Fight Obesity, WHO Urges Nations Around The Globe

But while determining exactly how much sugar we're consuming is a complicated business, the data and industry trends indicate we've actually made progress in cutting back. World Health Organization has stated they are aiming to lower sugar consumption, in hopes of decreasing worldwide incidences of tooth decay, diabetes, and obesity.

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  • Let's Talk: Should there be a tax on sugar to fight obesity?
Let's Talk: Should there be a tax on sugar to fight obesity?

The UN wants countries to tax sugary drinks to reduce consumption that leads to overweight, diabetes and other health problems. "This is equivalent to less than a single serving (at least 250 ml) of commonly consumed sugary drinks per day", says Dr Francesco Branca, Director of WHO's Department of Nutrition for Health and Development.

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  • Heath officials urge people to get flu shots
Heath officials urge people to get flu shots

There is a key step that people can take to reduce the risks: get a flu vaccination. An extension of the programme to children in school year 3 this year means a further 30,000 can be vaccinated. The traditional flu vaccination shot will be available throughout October, November and December at the Sanford Children's Clinic during flu clinics d...

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  • Roger Helmer, Lisa Duffy, Jonathan Arnott: Steven Woolfe should stand down
Roger Helmer, Lisa Duffy, Jonathan Arnott: Steven Woolfe should stand down

He was said to be in a serious condition when he was rushed to A&E suffering two "epileptic-like fits". Neil Hamilton, Ukip's leader in the Welsh assembly, said he had been told by colleagues in the European Parliament that Woolfe had "picked a fight with one of them and came off worse".

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  • BJP attacks Kejriwal for seeking proof on surgical strikes in PoK
BJP attacks Kejriwal for seeking proof on surgical strikes in PoK

In a televised speech on Tuesday, Kejriwal had " saluted " Prime Minister Narendra Modi for ordering the surgical strike but also referred to some worldwide media reports and an United Nations group observations, both of which appear to question its authenticity, as he asked the Prime Minister to "unmask the Pakistani propaganda".

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  • Unemployment rate down in PEI, but full-time jobs down, too
Unemployment rate down in PEI, but full-time jobs down, too

Bond yields rose. "The job gains weren't enough to nudge down Canada's 7% unemployment rate, as the labor force grew by 69,000 people", Statistics Canada said. Most of the new work was part-time, located in Quebec, Alberta and New Brunswick provinces, Statistics Canada noted. He added that the jobs report reduces the likelihood that the central b...

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  • Why disclose surgical strike proof, it's against national interest: BJP
Why disclose surgical strike proof, it's against national interest: BJP

This decision was reportedly taken by the AAP at its Political Affairs Committee (PAC) meeting on Wednesday which among others was attended by Kejriwal, state Labour Minister Gopal Rai and senior leaders Sanjay Singh and Kumar Vishwas. Kejriwal was in Bikaner , 350 km from here, to attend a condolence meeting at the home of a local leader of his...

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  • U.S. Officials Launch A Zika Travel Advisory For Southeast Asia
U.S. Officials Launch A Zika Travel Advisory For Southeast Asia

Thailand has confirmed two Zika-linked microcephaly cases, prompting the World Health Organization, in a statement today from its regional office, to urge countries in Southeast Asia to take extra steps to prevent, monitor, and respond to the Zika virus threat.

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  • South Africa's Zuma names new public watchdog
South Africa's Zuma names new public watchdog

Zuma "thanked outgoing public protector‚ advocate Thuli Madonsela for her services and wished advocate Mkhwebane all the best in the execution of her new responsibilities". Today, the presidency announced that Mkhwebane will start her seven-year term from 15 October. The appointment and dismissal of Cabinet ministers is Zuma's prerogative as pres...

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  • Do Your Part at the Jones Beach Breast Cancer Walk
Do Your Part at the Jones Beach Breast Cancer Walk

Over the course of a week, Stella and Jessica lifted a plane during a key scene for the film. While breast cancer is less common in males, those with family histories of the disease are urged to share that history with their health care providers to determine if screening is needed.

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  • Trump rants hit at Alicia Machado supposed 'sex tape'
Trump rants hit at Alicia Machado supposed 'sex tape'

One day after being called out for comments he made about Alicia Machado, Donald Trump appeared on Tuesday's Fox and Friends and said the former Miss Universe victor was "the absolute worst". Machado told CNN this week she is "not a saint girl". As if Trump hasn't done enough unwarranted damage to Machado's reputation already, early on Frid...

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  • The Zuckerbergs Have a New Charitable Goal: End All Disease
The Zuckerbergs Have a New Charitable Goal: End All Disease

UCSF biochemist Joseph DeRisi and Stanford bioengineer Stephen Quake are leading the effort. In this Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2016, photo, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, left, and his wife, Priscilla Chan, rehearse for a speech in San Francisco .

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  • Lawsuit challenges Md. medical marijuana grower picks
Lawsuit challenges Md. medical marijuana grower picks

Based on research from 18 states that have passed laws allowing people the use of marijuana as a medical treatment, drivers involved in fatal vehicle accidents were less likely to test positive for opioids . Researchers analyzed 1999-2013 Fatality Analysis Reporting System data from 18 US states that tested for alcohol and other drugs in at leas...

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  • Shots fired at Foxwoods Casino
Shots fired at Foxwoods Casino

News 8's Tina Detelj spoke with officials, who confirmed that an armed patron had been confronted by tribal police in the garage, shots were fired, and that person is now deceased. After being shot at, police said the patron of Foxwoods fell four stories. Lori Ann Potter, director of communications for the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, said ...

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  • Farmers group says latest big merger would hurt producers
Farmers group says latest big merger would hurt producers

Bayer's share of the United States cotton seed market sits at 38.5 per cent, while Monsanto is 31.2 per cent, according to data compiled by the Konkurrenz Group. The Monsanto-Bayer merger faces an uphill challenge to overcome antitrust hurdles. Bridge financing for $57 billion will also be provided by BofA Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse, Goldman...

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  • 2 earthquakes hit South Korea; no reports of serious damage
2 earthquakes hit South Korea; no reports of serious damage

Residents in the epicenter evacuated from high-rise apartments and buildings. The quake detected at 8:32 p.m. was the strongest tremor reported on the Korean Peninsula to date, being noticeably stronger than the magnitude-5.3 tremor that rocked the eastern Pyongan region in North Korea in January 1980, the Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA...

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  • Teen dies from brain-eating amoeba contracted in Md. creek
Teen dies from brain-eating amoeba contracted in Md. creek

On August 20, she made a decision to take a dip in several of the state's sources of warm fresh water. But Stoutenburgh's sister says she thought it was something much worse. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the amoeba is common but infections are rare. Between 1962 and 2015, only three of 138 known infected people in the Uni...

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  • Trump Foundation donations came from other charities
Trump Foundation donations came from other charities

The Post reports that the most money the Trump Foundation reported having was $3.2 million at the end of 2009, a sum that has since dwindled to $1.3 million, according to the most recent data. Melania Trump bid $10,000, and when no one else bid, she doubled the offer in a customary practice during auctions. The Donald J. Trump Foundation i...

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  • Zika cases have no impact on local Tourism Industry so far - Iskandar
Zika cases have no impact on local Tourism Industry so far - Iskandar

Subramaniam says it is unclear how the woman, who is between three-to-four months pregnant, contracted the disease, which has been linked to microcephaly, a severe birth defect in which babies are born with abnormally small heads and possible developmental problems.

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  • Half of Americans wary of travel to US Zika zones
Half of Americans wary of travel to US Zika zones

The Kaiser Family Foundation survey also found 61 percent felt uneasy about traveling to Zika zones outside the US mainland, including Puerto Rico. A poll released Thursday on Americans' health care attitudes by the Kaiser Family Foundation found 48 percent would be uncomfortable traveling to Zika infection areas within the U.S., and up to 61 per...

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  • Florida finds Zika in trapped mosquitoes, 1st in US mainland
Florida finds Zika in trapped mosquitoes, 1st in US mainland

Putnam. The number of non-travel-related Zika infections in humans has incresed to 47 in Miami-Dade County since the first case was identified just over a month ago. Once the hurricane passes, the remaining water will provide breeding sites for mosquitoes, said Dr. William Schaffner, a professor of infectious diseases at the Vanderbilt Universi...

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  • Alzheimer's drug shows promise in human trials
Alzheimer's drug shows promise in human trials

The causes of Alzheimer's disease are still largely unknown. They measured a large number of proteins in the blood, that belong to the immune system. "You remove plaques, but nothing happens to your memory". Currently, there is no effective therapy for Alzheimer's that disease causes nerve cell death and tissue loss throughout the brain.

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  • Florida's Elections Chief: We Have All Technology Issues Covered
Florida's Elections Chief: We Have All Technology Issues Covered

All nine U.S. House seats are also on the primary ballot, although the Republican battles for the 1st, 4th and 5th districts and the Democratic race for the 2nd district are the tight ones. Emily Vargas is a mother of four and says education was the issue that drove her to vote at Tuscawilla Country Club in Winter Springs. As of August 1, which w...

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  • US FDA issues emergency use authorization for Zika test - Roche
US FDA issues emergency use authorization for Zika test - Roche

Notably, the agency took this step to prevent any further transmission of this deadly virus through blood supply, across the nation. Roche , the world's largest maker of cancer drugs and one of the biggest makers of diagnostic tests, has previously developed a blood test for detecting Zika, which was approved by the FDA in March under a so-cal...

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  • Locally transmitted Zika virus infects 41 in Singapore
Locally transmitted Zika virus infects 41 in Singapore

These are in contrast to Singapore's first Zika case in May, a 48-year-old man who had visited Brazil, one of the Zika-affected countries. It is also carrying out Zika tests on other people who live in the same area or who have symptoms of fever and rash.

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  • Tropical Smoothie Cafe sued: Hepatitis A in Egyptian berries
Tropical Smoothie Cafe sued: Hepatitis A in Egyptian berries

Susceptible individuals who ate or drank anything from the Tropical Smoothie Café in Gainesville on August 12, 13, 15, 16, 17 or 18 may still benefit from vaccine or immune globulin to prevent hepatitis A if received within two weeks of the date of exposure.

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  • Florida Department of Health confirms Sarasota Zika case
Florida Department of Health confirms Sarasota Zika case

Between July 29 and August 10, Florida health officials have reported 21 Zika cases, including at least four probable cases and one pregnant woman, which were likely acquired through local mosquito transmission in a one-square mile area of Miami-Dade County, just north of downtown Miami.

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  • Volatile mix in Syria war puts new strain on US strategy
Volatile mix in Syria war puts new strain on US strategy

He said the goal was to end threats from "terror" groups, ISIS jihadists and USA -backed Syrian Kurdish militia linked to Turkey's outlawed Kurdish rebels. A senior Turkish official told reporters that operations would continue until "we are convinced" that imminent threats to Turkey are neutralized. Ankara has long anxious about the advances of Sy...

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