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  • Familia despide en privado a Juan Gabriel

    Silvia Urquidi entregó copia del correo electrónico al periodista Carlos Loret de Mola y pidió que leyera un párrafo: "Yo como michoacano , chihuahuense y mexicano , en lo mío, lo mío hago por mi patria y la patria de mis padres y abuelos , siempre haciendo canciones , siempre cantando y bailando por toda la vida sirviendo a mi país..." En una carta fechada el 22 de noviembre de 2014 , Juan Gabriel afirmó al Presidente Peña Nieto que la esencia del PRI nunca ...

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  • Aceptable, calidad del aire en el Valle de México

    Aceptable, calidad del aire en el Valle de México

    Además, también informó que la radiación solar es alta, con siete unidades dentro del Índice de la Radiación Solar. En su reporte más reciente, sugiere que para evitar daños en la piel hay que vestir ropa de algodón de manga larga, sombrero, gafas con filtro UV y aplicarse protector solar con factor de 30 o más.

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  • Iowa reports 2016's 1st confirmed human cases of West Nile

    Iowa reports 2016's 1st confirmed human cases of West Nile

    The department announced Tuesday that the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station reported Culex pipiens mosquitoes trapped at Beacon Point on August 4 have tested positive for West Nile Virus. "This is a virus that can be deadly to people". We know it's here, it is in our bird population. Vector Control is spraying for mosquitos. "You just need to take the precautions", Goicoechea said.

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  • En vivo encuentro Peña Nieto-Trump

    En tanto, el candidato republicano a la Vicepresidencia, Mike Pence, detalló a CNN que Trump pretende inaugurar hoy "el principio de una conversación", a la que seguirán "negociaciones" sobre diversos problemas en caso de ganar en las elecciones de noviembre.

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  • Torrance Gibson Suspended: Latest Details and Reaction on Ohio State WR

    Torrance Gibson Suspended: Latest Details and Reaction on Ohio State WR

    He spent only two seasons as head coach of the Falcons and has since risen to fame as a three-time national championship victor - twice with the Florida Gators and once with the Ohio State Buckeyes . The 5-foot-11, 190-pound McWilliams started 18 of 33 games the past three seasons, including 10 of 12 a year ago. He played soccer for two seasons at James Madison University.

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  • Radiologists plan indefinite strike

    Radiologists plan indefinite strike

    The Indian Medical Association and the Association of Medical Consultants have supported the strike call. Emergency services at hospitals will be available, but ultrasound services will be suspended indefinitely, said IRIA members. Among other demands, the members want that clerical errors in Form F/not wearing of apron/non-display of notice board/not keeping hand book in the PCPNDT Act should not be equated with sex determination and criminal offence.

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  • Pomelo Capital Lowers stake in Brookdale Senior Living (BKD)

    ResMed Inc. had its "underperform" rating reiterated by analysts at Northland Securities. The prior close of the stock price is recorded at $13.24. (NYSE:BKD) now has mean rating of 1.9 while 1 analyst have recommended the shares as "BUY", 4 commented as "OUTPERFORM" and 3 commented as "HOLD".

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  • Hazard full of praise for 'rat' Kante

    Hazard full of praise for 'rat' Kante

    The France global has instantly earned himself a place in Antonio Conte's starting XI, and teammate Hazard has praised him for the impression he has made since joining the Blues. Kante has played 90 minutes in each of Chelsea's three Premier League games so far this term as Antonio Conte's side have made a 100 per cent start to the campaign.

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  • Switched at Birth: Two Friends Stunned by Mix-Up at Remote Canada Hospital

    Switched at Birth: Two Friends Stunned by Mix-Up at Remote Canada Hospital

    The department has started reviewing the hospital's historical files, said Morrissette, who added an independent third party will soon be tasked to investigate the mix-ups. The results are to be made public. Pledging to work with indigenous communities towards reconciliation, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last year accepted the results of a six-year investigation into abuses that occurred within the government's residential schools for indigenous children.

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  • Naked Donald Trump could be yours! Statue up for auction

    The "Naked Trump" statue, created by members of the anarchist art collective INDECLINE, made its first public appearances in New York, San Francisco, Seattle, Cleveland and Los Angeles earlier this month. A portion of the auction proceeds will benefit the National Immigration Forum. Trump famously said during a campaign speech that if he becomes president, he plans to build a wall between the United States and Mexico to keep Mexican immigrants out, and to deport undocumented immigrants ...

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  • Boosting Acid Levels May Prevent, Treat Colorectal Cancer

    Boosting Acid Levels May Prevent, Treat Colorectal Cancer

    Engleman and his colleagues found that the mice that developed colorectal cancer had significantly lower-than-normal levels of retinoic acid in their gut than those whose intestines were inflamed but not cancerous. The researchers then examined the levels of the synthesis and degradation proteins in collected samples of intestinal tissue taken from individuals with either ulcerative colitis or colorectal cancer linked with ulcerative colitis.

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  • Zika virus in Singapore prompts advisory on workplace measures

    Because of patient privacy rights under the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), no additional identifying information on either Mobile County case will be made available to the public. The Singapore government has not said where the infected foreign workers are from. Numerous initial cases were foreign workers on a condominium project.

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  • Breast cancer risk from HRT higher than thought, research shows

    Breast cancer risk from HRT higher than thought, research shows

    Among women aged 50 to 74, those without a high risk for breast cancer or dense breast tissue didn't have an increase in breast cancer deaths if they went for mammography every three years instead of every two years. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force says women ages 50 to 74 should get mammograms every two years. HRT was first developed in the 1940s and was first made available to women in Britain in 1965.

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  • Three new cases of local Zika transmission in Florida

    Three new cases of local Zika transmission in Florida

    The mosquito-borne virus poses a particular risk to pregnant women as it is said to cause microcephaly, a severe birth defect characterised by undersized heads and underdeveloped brains. In a breakthrough, scientists have found that existing drug compounds - including one used to treat tapeworm infection - may both stop Zika virus from replicating in the body and from damaging the crucial foetal brain cells that lead to birth defects in newborns.

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  • Man volunteers for first human head transplant

    Man volunteers for first human head transplant

    Dr Sergio Canavero claims he has the knowledge and skill to cut off the head of Valery Spiridonov , a 31-year-old computer scientist from Russian Federation, and reattach it to a health body. Even if Ren and Canavero can do the surgery, should they? Spiridinov says the date has not yet been agreed, but pending ongoing studies, it could be as soon as this year.

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  • FSU research team potentially discovers breakthrough in Zika battle

    FSU research team potentially discovers breakthrough in Zika battle

    It's spread by mosquitoes and by sex. As of now, there is no vaccine or treatment. " 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-called Investigational New Drug Application protocol aimed at initiating the collection and testing of blood samples".

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  • Team Makes Zika Drug Breakthrough

    Team Makes Zika Drug Breakthrough

    Professor Hengli Tang , of FSU, said: "We focused on compounds that have the shortest path to clinical use". In addition, the researchers identified nine cyclin-dependent kinase (CDK) inhibitors. After screening approximately 6,000 compounds, more than 100 showed promise. Tang, Ming and Song first met in graduate school 20 years ago and got in contact in January because Tang, a virologist, had access to the virus and Ming and Song, neurologists, had cortical stem cells that scientists ...

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  • Home Secretary Amber Rudd in France for security talks

    Under the 2003 bilateral Treaty of Le Touquet, British immigration officials check passports in Calais and their French counterparts do the same in Dover. Tory and Labour MPs today warned Theresa May not to harm anti-terror advice to France over claims it could be threatened by the Calais Jungle camp spat.

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  • Peace talks due to start in Myanmar

    They reaffirmed their shared commitment to fight the scourge of terrorism and insurgent activity in all its forms and manifestations. This is Ban's fifth visit to Myanmar. India also realized that it would find it hard to project power in the Indian Ocean if China's naval presence continued to increase in Myanmar. The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) between India and the ASEAN countries will expand India's trade and investment circle in the Indian Ocean region.

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  • Feds to distribute $53 million to states to fight opioids

    The funding from the strategic prevention framework state incentive grant can be used for programs to raise awareness of prescription misuse and the hazards of sharing medications. He says federal funding is urgently needed so people seeking treatment don't have to wait months. Both the House and the Senate Appropriations Committees have proposed significant increases to the amount of funding to be provided in the upcoming fiscal year, though both have proposed amounts shy of $1.1 billion.

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  • Familia confirma homenaje en Ciudad Juárez — Juan Gabriel

    Como estaba previsto, el próximo lunes se llevará a cabo el homenaje a Juan Gabriel en el Palacio de Bellas Artes, según confirmó el secretario de Cultura, Rafael Tovar y de Teresa. Adelantó que en caso de que la familia aceptara la petición de que Juan Gabriel regrese a la ciudad fronteriza, la cita sería en El Punto, que se localiza a 80 metros de la línea divisoria entre México y Estados Unidos y tiene capacidad para alojar a más de 200 mil personas.

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  • Rep. Wasserman Schultz beats primary challenge

    Shortly after the 33-year-old, two-term congressman declared his bid for U.S. Senate in March 2015, the party's establishment showered him with high-profile endorsements - including one from President Barack Obama - and lucrative financial support.

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  • Bill To Change Overtime Rules For Farm Workers Passes Legislature

    Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon says it's remarkable that it took until 2016 to guarantee farmworkers the same rights most other Californians enjoy. Ultimately by 2022, farmworkers would get overtime pay after 40 hours of work per week. "The people in this room that are part of this body that touch agriculture, that have lived it, that have had their hands in the dirt. they've all told you this is a bad bill", said Assemblyman James Gallagher, R-Plumas Lake.

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  • Vidal no le deja usar los patrulleros nuevos a Secco

    Vidal no le deja usar los patrulleros nuevos a Secco

    En este sentido, el intendente del kirchnerismo aseguró que "estamos decididos a que a la Policía no le falten herramientas" y que por ello "ya hicimos la compra de los equipos de comunicación y dentro de poco se van a instalar las antenas", además de "mejorar la tecnología de las cámaras y renovar a nuevo la Comisaría Primera".

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  • Team of researchers inch closer to Zika treatment

    They said the drug compounds can both both stop Zika from replicating in the body and from damaging the crucial fetal brain cells that lead to birth defects in newborns. "It is extremely hard to effectively intervene on asymptomatic patients given that they have no symptoms and thus no signal that they are harboring the virus", Adalja said.

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  • Aumenta a 292 víctimas por sismo en Italia

    Aumenta a 292 víctimas por sismo en Italia

    Los rescatistas recuperaron hoy el cadáver de una mujer, la víctima 291, que estaba sepultada bajo cuatro metros de escombros del Hotel Roma , en el municipio de Amatrice , donde aún hay una decena de desaparecidos tras el terremoto de 6 grados de magnitud en el escala abierta de Richter que ocurrió el 24 de agosto y devastó varios pueblos del centro de Italia.

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  • Tennessee gets federal funding to fight opioid overdoses

    When someone is asking - begging - for help, we don't have six months to give, we don't have six weeks, we don't have six days. The funding from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will cover three years. "Too many are seeking treatment and can't find it". -Strategic Prevention Framework Partnerships for Prescription Drugs Grants - Up to $9 million will be provided to 21 states and four tribes to strengthen drug misuse prevention efforts.

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  • Juan Gabriel será homenajeado en Bellas Artes el lunes

    Sus cuatro hijos dijeron estar aún en el proceso de hacer los arreglos finales, pero esperan "un servicio conmemorativo en Juárez este fin de semana, que será seguido por una celebración pública de la vida de nuestro padre y de su carrera musical como 'Juan Gabriel' en las próximas semanas".

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