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  • Thousands of Yorkshire Girls Unhappy

    Thousands of Yorkshire Girls Unhappy

    Girls are becoming increasingly distressed, with more than a quarter of a million girls now saying they are unhappy with their lives, according to new research . Not only is this a higher figure for unhappiness than in previous reports, but the gap between boys and girls has also grown, since the two were equal at 11 percent between 2009-10 and 2013-14.

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  • Kids as young as three feel fat and ugly, poll reveals

    Kids as young as three feel fat and ugly, poll reveals

    Nearly a third of nursery and school staff said they had heard a child label themselves fat while 10 per cent said they had heard a child say they felt ugly. "There is also research evidence to suggest that some 4-year-olds are aware of strategies as to how to lose weight". Children as young as eight were found to be dissatisfied with their bodies - with the most unhappy facing a higher risk of teenage eating disorders.

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  • Rebel AAP group extends supports to Chhotepur

    Rebel AAP group extends supports to Chhotepur

    Chotepur was caught on video accepting cash for favouring tickets to his men. The party has formed a panel headed by Delhi MLA Jarnail Singh and former bureaucrat-turned-AAP leader Jasbir Singh Bir to probe the allegations against Chhotepur.

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  • Singapore confirms another 26 locally transmitted Zika cases; total now at 82

    This brings the total number of cases to 82. The new cases identified are in the same Aljunied and Sims Drive area in the southeast of the island, where authorities had previously identified 41 cases of Zika virus infection. The mosquito-borne Zika virus, which has caused explosive outbreaks in the Americas and the Caribbean since late previous year, poses a particular risk to pregnant women because it can cause microcephaly, a severe birth defect in which babies are born with abnormally ...

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  • Novartis Wins US OK for Biosimilar Version of Amgen's Enbrel

    Novartis Wins US OK for Biosimilar Version of Amgen's Enbrel

    The FDA's approval of Erelzi is based on review of evidence that included structural and functional characterization, animal study data, human pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamics data, clinical immunogenicity data and other clinical safety and effectiveness data that demonstrates Erelzi is biosimilar to Enbrel .

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  • Durante 48 horas, cerrará la CNTE accesos a Tuxtla Gutiérrez

    De lo contrario, dijo, los padres han advertido que ya no permitirán el ingreso de los profesores de la Sección 22 de la CNTE a la institución. A lo largo del fin de semana, el Movimiento difundió a través de redes sociales una carta donde invita a los Comités de Padres de Familia a tomar las escuelas en paro, además de solicitar al Instituto Estatal de Educación Pública de Oaxaca ( IEEPO ) que sustituya a los maestros que se niegan a dar clases.

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  • Restos de Juan Gabriel fueron incinerados y continúan en EEUU

    Te amo Alberto , te adoro, mi rey, mi Juan Gabriel. El horario normalmente es desde las 10:00 a las 19:00 horas”, puntualizó. Juan Gabriel puso a México en el mundo con sus grandes canciones que seguirán viviendo hasta la eternidad. Los restos estarán en el Palacio de Bellas Artes de la Ciudad de México el lunes 5 y el martes 6 de septiembre, a fin de que el pueblo pueda darle el último adiós.

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  • Blood banks screening for Zika

    Blood banks screening for Zika

    Researchers at the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS) recently identified compounds that potentially can be used to inhibit Zika virus replication and reduce its ability to kill brain cells. Echoing Zerbe, AuBuchon noted that the virus is transmitted by two types of mosquitoes, neither of which resides in the Pacific Northwest. "Now that we are seeing vector-borne infections that go from mosquito to human, and also sexual transmission of Zika in the United States, ...

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  • Toman instalaciones de la UABJO por problemas internos

    Toman instalaciones de la UABJO por problemas internos

    Detalló que están en contra de la toma de la facultad de Enfermería, y denunciaron la construcción de bardas y muros en el área de Ciencias. La facultad de Enfermería amaneció tomada por militantes del Sindicato Universitario de Maestros (SUMA), mujeres y hombres que se apoderaron de las instalaciones el pasado domingo.

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  • Terremoto de 6,8 grados Richter en Birmania deja varios muertos

    Terremoto de 6,8 grados Richter en Birmania deja varios muertos

    Un sismo de 6.8 grados de magnitud sacudió Myanmar ( antigua Birmania ), sin que hasta el momento se reporten daños en casas o edificios o lesionados en el país. El temblor también fue sentido en Bangkok , la capital de la vecina Tailandia, así como en todo el sur y suroeste de Bangladesh, cerca la frontera con Myanmar , además en la ciudad india de Calcuta.

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  • Reunión de la CGT y el Gobierno — Argentina

    Reunión de la CGT y el Gobierno — Argentina

    En declaraciones a AM 950 Belgrano, Acuña expresó: "El gobierno tiene que dar respuesta concreta contra el poder adquisitivo que están perdiendo los trabajadores". " Con esos niveles, y la inflación en caída, no es necesario reabrir las discusiones ", argumentan los funcionarios. Otro tema de vital peso es el impuesto a las Ganancias , que interesa especialmente al sector sindical.

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  • Doc Wrote Letter Praising Trump's Health in 5 Minutes

    Doc Wrote Letter Praising Trump's Health in 5 Minutes

    Indeed, his assessment immediately attracted criticism upon its release for using hyperbolic language not unlike that used frequently by Mr. Trump. Nightly News anchor Lester Holt noted the document fell short of the "full medical history Trump promised".

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  • Fed govt issues alert on Zika in Singapore

    The report went on to add, "Singaporean authorities said they tested 124 people, primarily foreign construction workers employed on a site in the same part of Singapore ". The Zika virus has been linked to microcephaly, which causes unusually small heads and brain damage in children born to infected mothers. "In view of the recent first imported case in Hong Kong, we are facing risks of importation of cases", a CHP spokesman said.

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  • Ebola lasts in semen for up to 565 days

    Ebola lasts in semen for up to 565 days

    Moses Soka of the Liberian Ministry of Health, who helped conduct the study. There was not much hint the virus stayed in the bodies of survivors. People in Freetown, Sierra Leone, pass an Ebola-prevention banner, part of the country's campaign to eradicate the disease.

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  • Why Gene Wilder Was the Perfect Match For Richard Pryor

    His breakout role, Leo Bloom in The Producers , shows it in spades. "She was singing 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow , ' as he was taken away". He never let on how he was going to read a line or convey an expression. [He] enrolled part time at the HB Studio in NY, while also serving a two-year Army hitch as an aide in the psychiatric unit of the Valley Forge Army Hospital in Pennsylvania-an assignment he requested because, he said , "I imagined the things I would see there might relate more to ...

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  • Australian mother faces court as toddler consumes drug

    Australian mother faces court as toddler consumes drug

    Magistrate Susan McGowan adjourned the case until September 14 because the woman told the court she would provide a medical certificate. Tests carried out at Wollongong Hospital revealed the boy tested positive to having methamphetamine in his system and a red flag was raised with police.

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  • DEA: Kratom to Be Scheduled as Controlled Substance

    DEA: Kratom to Be Scheduled as Controlled Substance

    The announcement was made in the U.S. Federal Register and can be found here. Officials have seized more kratom in the USA during the first half of 2016 then any other year, according to DEA data. In addition, kratom has a high potential for abuse, has no now accepted medical use in treatment in the United States, and has a lack of accepted safety for use under medical supervision.

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  • Rio 'intersex' athlete wins Gold in women's 800 meter race

    Rio 'intersex' athlete wins Gold in women's 800 meter race

    Semenya set a new national record with her 1.55. When all three athletes were asked about the controversy and whether they had been made to take medication, Semenya replied: "Tonight is all about performance, we're not here to talk about the IAAF, some speculations, this press conference is all about the 800m we ran today".

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  • United States and India issue joint call for Pakistan to crackdown on terrorists

    Speaking after conclusion of the second US-India Strategic Dialogue in New Delhi with visiting U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj yesterday said both countries also renewed their commitment to track down and prosecute perpetrators of several terrorist attacks on Indian soil, including the 2008 strike in Mumbai and a January 2016 attack on the Pathankot Air Force base .

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  • French Police Ignore Court Ruling, Enforce Burkini Ban

    The burkini bans have prompted a row over the French principle of laïcité - secularism - amid accusations that politicians are twisting and distorting this principle for political gain, and using it to target Muslims. He told The Associated Press the group plans to ask all French mayors who banned burkinis to withdraw their orders and, if they refuse to do so, he will systematically take each case to court.

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  • Sainsbury's slow shopping trial details announced

    Sainsbury's slow shopping trial details announced

    Chairs are put out at the end of aisles to enable people who struggle to stand all the way round the shop to have a rest. Thanks to crowded aisles and hard-to-reach items, grocery shopping can be a bit daunting for older shoppers and those with disabilities.

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  • Vietnam allows subdued ceremony for Vietnam War battle

    Vietnam allows subdued ceremony for Vietnam War battle

    Australia was only informed of the decision late on Tuesday, upending 18 months of preparation that the government and veterans groups said was built on ensuring the commemoration was done in a low-key and respectful manner. Yesterday, AFP reported Vietnam cancelled a long-arranged commemoration ceremony for Australian war veterans. But Major Smith was not the only big-hearted Australian at the battle.

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  • Woman accused of killing husband in hospital bed

    Woman accused of killing husband in hospital bed

    They said a nurse found Ms. Sochalski on top of her husband in his bed shortly before he died at Daytona Beach-based Florida Hospital Memorial Medical Center. The day before Henry Sochalski's death, his wife would not let nurses into the room to check on him, investigators wrote. She said she was hugging his head and neck, they said.

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  • Nadal debutó con éxito en el US Open

    Los organizadores del certamen han señalado que se empleará sólo "en caso de tiempo inclemente o ante una gran probabilidad de que éste se presente". La italiana Roberta Vinci, que dio la sorpresa el año pasado al eliminar a Serena Williams, debutó con buen pie al imponerse en el primer encuentro dentro del remodelado estadio Arthur Ashe, que cuenta ahora con un techo retráctil, que difícilmente se necesitará en los próximos días.

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  • Tony Romo, fuera hasta 10 semanas por fractura en la espalda

    Tony Romo, fuera hasta 10 semanas por fractura en la espalda

    Los vaqueros arrancarán la temporada contra los Gigantes de Nueva York el próximo 11 de septiembre con la ausencia de Romo , quien se ha perdido partidos en las últimas cuatro campañas. Su lugar fue ocupado por el novato sensación en Dallas , Dak Prescott, quien ha jugado la mayor parte del tiempo durante los compromisos de Pretemporada.

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  • New Bombshell Reports Reveal Clinton Foundation Donors Granted Special Access to State

    New Bombshell Reports Reveal Clinton Foundation Donors Granted Special Access to State

    In a wide-ranging interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper on Wednesday night, Hillary Clinton discussed the allegations surrounding the Clinton Foundation and its donors, Donald Trump's shifting immigration position, and his calling her "a bigot," but Cooper also got Clinton to talk about her use of a private email server while secretary of state, and whether or not Colin Powell advised her to use a private email account - as she allegedly told the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Powell ...

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