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  • Is Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE:TM) a Long Term Growth Play?

    Insiders have sold 210,434 shares of company stock worth $2,669,750 over the last quarter. General Motors Company had its "buy" rating reiterated by analysts at CFRA Research. Its shares have trimmed -15.31% since hitting a peak level of $11.3 on February 21, 2017. They now have a United States dollars 29 price target on the stock.

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  • Investors Sell Halliburton Company (HAL) on Strength on Analyst Downgrade

    The 52-week range of the share price is from $33.26 - $58.78. 01/24/2017 - Halliburton Company had its "outperform" rating reiterated by analysts at Credit Suisse. This ratio also gives some idea of whether you're paying too much for what would be left if the company went bankrupt immediately. Capital World Investors now owns 36,312,180 shares of the oilfield services company's stock valued at $1,629,691,000 after buying an additional 7,256,500 shares during the period.

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  • Should women be allowed paid menstrual leave?

    Should women be allowed paid menstrual leave?

    This leave will be sanctioned for those women who suffer painful periods. If the law passes in the coming months, Italy would be the first country in the West to offer menstrual leave. However, some say it could backfire and make companies think twice before hiring women. But, yes, of course, you don't take those days off because women spend an average of 10 years of our lifetimes menstruating so that would be a hell of a lot of time off work.

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  • Eye-Popping Dividend Stock: Pfizer Inc. (PFE)

    Fairview Capital Investment Management LLC's holdings in Pfizer were worth $285,000 as of its most recent SEC filing. Fisher Asset Management LLC increased its stake in Pfizer by 0.4% in the third quarter. Societe Generale noted a target price of 36 on Pfizer Inc .'s shares. Stock has got OUTPERFORM rating from no analyst of Thomson Reuters , 3 analysts given HOLD rating to the stock and 0 given UNDERPERFORM rating.

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  • SBI expects 6000 employees to opt for the voluntary retirement scheme

    SBI expects 6000 employees to opt for the voluntary retirement scheme

    Two years later, State Bank of Indore was merged with it. Eligible employees will be paid an ex-gratia sum amounting to 50 per cent of the salary for the residual period of service, subject to a maximum of 30 months' salary. The union cabinet earlier this month approved the merger and the government had earlier said the SBI merger was an important step towards strengthening the banking sector through consolidation of public sector banks.

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  • Ousted Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak freed after six-year detention

    A few protesters who supported the strongman would show up at his trials. "Mubarak is not a killer but a respectable man". His release marked a new chapter for the former autocrat whose people rose up against him in 2011 and demanded an end to his 30 years in power marked by corruption, economic inequity and reliance on a much-feared security apparatus.

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  • Playing 'Tetris' can help prevent post-traumatic stress disorder

    Playing 'Tetris' can help prevent post-traumatic stress disorder

    While most people do not develop PTSD after trauma, one of the core clinical symptoms in those who do involves recurrent and intrusive memories of the trauma (colloquially referred to as "flashbacks"). In the " Tetris " group, participants were first asked to recall the accident and briefly tell a researcher about it. Then, participants played " Tetris " for at least 10 minutes.

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  • Report ranks Luzerne among 15 unhealthiest counties in state

    Two factors that saw significant improvement in Harrison County were quality of life and length of life, according to the ranking . Almost 30 percent of adults are smokers, and 14 percent of the population is uninsured. Risa Lavizzo-Mourey, president/CEO of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, said in the release. Guilford County ranks 27th on that scale, a one-spot drop from past year.

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  • London attacker's wife 'saddened and shocked'

    London attacker's wife 'saddened and shocked'

    Metropolitan Police posted updates on Twitter. Rohey Hydara said she was "shocked and saddened" by the atrocity that also left 50 injured. Metropolitan Police Deputy Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said it may never be possible to fully determine Masood's motives.

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  • US senator launches probe into five top opioid drugmakers

    US senator launches probe into five top opioid drugmakers

    Sales of prescription opioids almost quadrupled from 1999 to 2014, according to the CDC. McCaskill says previous government and media reports show an industry not focused on preventing abuse but on fostering addiction. Depomed and Mylan confirmed receipt of the letter from McCaskill, but had no immediate comment. Purdue Pharma, which introduced OxyContin in 1995, funded more than 20,000 pain-related educational programs between 1996 and 2002, according to an article a year ago ...

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  • FDA approves ovarian cancer drug

    FDA approves ovarian cancer drug

    Zejula was okayed to treat women with certain forms of recurrent ovarian cancer who also have had chemotherapy, including epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube, and primary peritoneal cancer . For patients without germline BRCA mutations, the drug brought down the same by 55%. With approval in all patients, however, Wedbush expects ZEJULA to gain a larger significant share of the non-gBRCA market, although the firm awaits ARIEL3 data for rucaparib (expected mid:year) for more insight into ...

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  • "Comenzar perdiendo así te golpea, casi de nocaut" — DT de Venezuela

    Chile aseguró los tres puntos con un inicio fulgurante en el que marcó los tres goles antes de la media hora de juego . Sánchez, quien con su tanto igualó a Marcelo Salas como máximo goleador en la historia de la selección , tuvo una inmejorable oportunidad para ampliar el marcador con un penal en los 77 minutos, pero su lanzamiento fue tapado por el arquero Wuilker Faríñez .

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  • Argentina no pudo con Bolivia y cayó al repechaje

    Argentina no pudo con Bolivia y cayó al repechaje

    Un poco por la dinámica del Huevo y otro tanto porque con la ventaja Bolivia se replegó a la espera de una contra. Incisivos ataques se generaban por izquierda y derecha, aunque sin la precisión necesaria como para concretar. Argentina reafirmó la "Messi-Dependencia" en el desafío... Tras la caída ante Bolivia por 2 a 0, la mayoría ven peligrar la clasificación para el Mundial .

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  • México gana y se consolida en el liderato

    México gana y se consolida en el liderato

    La victoria de 0-1 lo consolida en el liderato de la zona de Concacaf con 10 puntos a seis partidos por finalizar la eliminatoria , y está con rumbo fijo a la clasificación directa al Mundial de Rusia 2018. MIN 88: Buena barrida de Reyes para cortar el peligro en el área mexicana. MIN 42: México tuvo el gol , pero lo dejó ir. Los visitantes encontraron en la banda derecha una avenida que supieron aprovechar, de nueva cuenta estuvieron cerca de conseguir la anotación a los 30 ...

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  • Trump culpa a ultras republicanos del fracaso de su reforma sanitaria

    Trump culpa a ultras republicanos del fracaso de su reforma sanitaria

    Pocos minutos antes de la votación, Ryan decidió quitar el proyecto y evitar una derrota legislativa que pondría en evidencia la debilidad de Trump , en momentos en los que la aprobación del presidente cayó a 37 por ciento. El presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump . Trump y los republicanos habían prometido durante la campaña que reformarían la ley de cuidado de la salud del ex presidente Barack Obama , que sostienen que es demasiado costosa e invasiva.

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  • Desmienten Morón y Barbosa que vayan a renunciar al PRD

    Esta mañana, Padierna reveló que el propio Morón le comunicó que oficializaría su renuncia al PRD el próximo lunes, junto con Barbosa . Nueva polémica levantó el PRD en el Senado de la República tras la reincorporación de Alejandra Barrales , quien sigue siendo presidenta del PRD , a su cargo como senadora, anunció que hizo oficial ante el pleno el presidente de la Mesa Directiva del senado , Pablo Escudero .

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  • Cambodia bans export of breast milk by US company

    Cambodia bans export of breast milk by US company

    Ambrosia Labs, known in Cambodia as Khun Meada, which means "gratitude of mothers", has been exporting milk from more than 90 Cambodian women for more than two years. A piece published on Broadly last week exposed an otherwise little-known industry inside of Cambodia. "Also, we were given free blood analysis because the company paid for us", she said, adding that selling milk helped her and her children get free health checks.

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  • James y Colombia amansan a Ecuador en Quito

    Con la victoria, los de Pékerman llegaron a 24 puntos y ocupan -sin que aún juegue Uruguay- la segunda posición de la tabla de posiciones. Los emblemas tricolores de los dos países se confunden en las calles aledañas el estadio y entre los hinchas que ocupan los graderíos, donde se estima que 5.000 colombianos estarán en el escenario alentando a la selección dirigida por José Pékerman .

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  • Nicotine e-cigarettes to be made legal

    Nicotine e-cigarettes to be made legal

    Ms Wagner said today the ministry would continue to monitor the evidence concerning e-cigarettes and other emerging tobacco and nicotine-delivery products. "Public consultation showed a strong appetite for change so the Government is looking to introduce an amendment to the Smoke-free Environments Act this year".

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  • New Hanover ranks as 11th healthiest county in state

    The slide comes despite Mayor Lenny Curry's vow at a rally last April to to make Duval the top-ranked county. The data includes a state-by-state and county-by-county comparison on more than 43 factors that can affect the health of residents including tobacco use, alcohol consumption, diet and physical inactivity.

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  • FDA approves 1st drug for moderate & severe eczema cases

    FDA approves 1st drug for moderate & severe eczema cases

    Three placebo-controlled clinical trials showed participants who received Dupixent had clear or nearly clear skin and reported less itching after 16 weeks of treatment, and better results than the placebo group. Roche and AstraZeneca are also developing antibody-based drugs for atopic dermatitis, but their drugs - nemolizumab and tralokinumab respectively - are still in mid-stage testing.

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  • Running marathons may cause short-term kidney injury

    Running marathons may cause short-term kidney injury

    People with diabetes or high blood pressure, or people who are older, may want to work closely with trainers and doctors to keep an eye on their kidney health if they're running marathons. Dehydration harms the kidneys by stopping blood reaching them and affecting how well they function. These tests included measuring blood creatinine levels and proteins in the urine, along with looking at kidney cells on a microscope.

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  • Despiden a residentes del IMSS por posar con pie amputado

    Despiden a residentes del IMSS por posar con pie amputado

    Tan solo durante 2016, 51 millones de personas dejaron de realizar trámites presenciales por el uso de las herramientas electrónicas. Actualmente, el IMSS tiene digitalizados 18 de los 23 trámites registrados ante la Cofemer, relacionados con la afiliación y recaudación, lo que representa un avance del 78 por ciento en su implementación.

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  • Turkey marks Down Syndrome Day

    Turkey marks Down Syndrome Day

    The UP Down Syndrome Association is showing support for their "homies with extra chromies" with a celebration at the Escanaba Civic Center, along with their "Lots of Socks" campaign. Supporters are encouraged to "rock insane socks" on this day to help celebrate what makes all individuals with Down syndrome unique. "Like our loved ones with Down syndrome", according to the DSAG of East Tennessee's Facebook page.

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  • USA infant mortality rate down 15 percent in last decade

    USA infant mortality rate down 15 percent in last decade

    The largest decline occurred in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The most dramatic drop - 29 percent - was for deaths from SIDS, but decreases were also observed for deaths from unintentional injuries and congenital malformations (both down 11 percent), as well as for deaths from premature birth/low birth weight (down 8 percent) and maternal complications (down 7 percent).

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  • Red Cross calls for type O negative, AB blood donations

    Red Cross calls for type O negative, AB blood donations

    According to an American Red Cross, almost 2.8 million people donated blood through the organization past year. April 15 - 11 a.m. -5 p.m., Arrowhead Mall, 501 S. Individuals who are 17 years of age in most states (16 with parental consent where allowed by state law), weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health may be eligible to donate blood.

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