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  • Hagamos Radio. México, último lugar en lactancia materna en Latinoamérica. ¿Las Princesitas?

    Se prevé que esté equipado con esterilizadores, pasteurizadora, congeladores y refrigeradores, mencionó. En el marco de la Semana Mundial de la Lactancia Materna, elementos del sector salud en Cuautla informan que por el estilo de vida actual de muchas madres de familia, al menos un 25 por ciento ha dejado de alimentar a sus bebés de esta manera, por lo que llaman a las mujeres a informarse sobre todos los beneficios que la práctica lleva consigo.

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  • First case of Zika reported in Yellowstone County

    They are the first reported cases of babies born with microcephaly in the state in connection to the Zika virus. So far out of 1,657 cases of Zika infections in the country, 114 of those have been reported in California across 22 counties , and all of them were travel-related infections.

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  • First Case Of Zika Announced In Leon County

    First Case Of Zika Announced In Leon County

    The impact immediately appeared to be more successful than earlier mosquito control techniques, said Dr. Centers for Disease Control Director Tim Frieden said Thursday Zika is the first mosquito-born infection that's been known to cause birth defects.

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  • Tormenta Earl podría reingresar a Veracruz

    Tormenta Earl podría reingresar a Veracruz

    La Mesa Central presentará clima nublado, probabilidad de lluvias muy fuertes con tormentas puntuales intensas de 80 por ciento en Puebla , Querétaro e Hidalgo; intervalos de chubascos fuertes con tormentas puntuales muy fuertes en Guanajuato, Morelos, Tlaxcala .

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  • Need to reject bluster, bullying from Trump campaign: Hillary Clinton

    Need to reject bluster, bullying from Trump campaign: Hillary Clinton

    Compared to her 2008 presidential bid, during which she played down her gender, Clinton has been far more comfortable this time embracing her history-making campaign. "The great recession hit our whole country hard but the toll was especially difficult for black and Latino families". The Democratic convention also gave Hillary Clinton a positive bounce heading into the fall campaign.

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  • Rio welcomes the world in spectacular Olympic opening ceremony

    Kenya's Kipchoge Keino, 76, became the first ever recipient of the Olympic Laurel at Rio 2016 Opening Ceremony while the final touch bearer was Brazilian long-distance runner Vanderlei Cordeiro de Lima who lit the Olympic cauldron . People went pretty insane for Tonga's flag bearer. After the grandeur of Beijing's opening ceremony in 2008 and the high-tech, cheeky inventiveness of London's in 2012, Rio's was earthier and less swish but more sobering with its gloomy environmental look ...

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  • Bank of England Cuts Interest Rate to 0.25%

    The pound dropped immediately on the news and the FTSE 100 jumped 1 percent while United Kingdom 10-year government bond yields dropped to a new record low. The BoE said its aim was to ensure banks passed the full quarter percentage point cut in rates on to borrowers, though Broadbent said the BoE wanted to ensure this happened overall, rather than to police every single mortgage.

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  • Owen Smith wins backing of steel workers' union in Labour leadership contest

    Whilst their clashes on stage only reveal the divisions we already know about, their closing pitches were somewhat more informative in boiling down why they think Labour members should back them. Asked about the mass resignations from his shadow cabinet that precipitated the leadership challenge, Corbyn again said he expected rebels to fall back into line if he was re-elected.

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  • Average family spending power up on June 2015 levels

    Average family spending power up on June 2015 levels

    However, their discretionary income of £103 a week compares with a record United Kingdom average of £201. The highest rise went to the east of England, notching up an extra £18 compared to previous year. Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR) economist Sam Alderson says the figures are of some support to United Kingdom families in uncertain time.

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  • Going for gold: the medicine behind the medals

    Going for gold: the medicine behind the medals

    The Olympic Games 2016 runs from 5-21 August and Paralympics from 7-18 September. The 2012 London Summer Olympics did OK, pulling a respectable 9.8 rating, but the Olympic Games in 2010 (6.6), 2008 (9.3), 2006 (6.1) and 2004 (8.7) all failed to reach that.

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  • USA markswoman claims first gold of Rio Olympics

    It is very hard to come back from a 10.9, ' " Thrasher said at a news conference shortly after the competition. The sport of shooting has become caught up in discussions over gun rights and the associated political debate. She says she might bring a little something extra on that first day of the new school year - textbook in one hand, and quite possibly, a shiny gold medal in the other.

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  • Clinton acknowledges trust issues, blames them on GOP

    While Clinton is now leading Trump in most polls , many surveys show broad swaths of the public do not find her trustworthy, and harbor doubts about whether she's told the truth about email server. "This allows her to skate past the more disturbing findings of the FBI investigation", he concluded. You know, it's so hot in here, this room was not designed for this many people.

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  • NY Post runs naked pics of Trump's wife

    NY Post runs naked pics of Trump's wife

    Social media exploded with jokes on Melania's intentional or unintentional faux pas. Melania rose to fame at the age of 17 when a shoot with acclaimed photographer Jerko catapulted her into the spotlight, leading to a contract with Italian model agency ID in Milan.

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  • Coneval suspende difusión de datos sobre la pobreza en México

    Coneval suspende difusión de datos sobre la pobreza en México

    No sabemos, a lo menor no lo presentamos nunca, declaró el representante del Coneval sobre la publicación del informe sobre pobreza de 2015. Ante los señalamientos del Coneval , en especial la falta de congruencia al difundir un incremento real del 33.6 pesos del ingreso en los hogares más pobres en un solo año y que el Inegi no informó con oportunidad sobre los cambios en la metodología, ayer se anunció que para poder continuar midiendo la evolución histórica de la pobreza , ...

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  • Anna Marchesini, muore a 63 anni l'attrice

    Anna Marchesini, muore a 63 anni l'attrice

    A darne l'annuncio è stato il fratello con un posto su Facebook . In ogni caso la Rai ha trovato il peggior modo possibile di ricordare e rendere il giusto tributo ad un grande personaggio volendola ricordare cosi', con uno sketch fuori luogo - conclude - per quell'ora pomeridiana, quando avrebbero invece avuto molti altri sketch o spettacoli da mandare in onda.

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  • 'Striking' Results from Early Zika Vaccine Trial

    Stephen Thomas, director of the Zika program at Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR), told Medical News Today. In this study, researchers studied three different vaccines: one that manipulated a whole, dead Zika virus called PIV or purified inactive virus, another that took essential DNA from Zika and placed it in a plasmid, and a third that placed Zika genes into adenoviruses, which help to cause an immune response in infected cells.

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  • Aerial Spray Mission Completed for Miami-Dade Mosquito Control

    Aerial Spray Mission Completed for Miami-Dade Mosquito Control

    According to Karen Smith, the state's health officer, about 100 infants are born with microcephaly in California every year. Bentley approved spending up to $250,000 on statewide efforts to combat the Zika virus after the Alabama Department of Public Health requested the funding.

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  • Rio Welcomes World, Opens Olympics with Celebration

    Her ouster less than four months ahead of the games for alleged budget violations was one of many spanners in the works of Brazil's Olympic preparations and impacted the opening ceremony itself. Secondly, it's an opportunity to show the world exactly what the host country is all about; the country's history, it's beliefs, the culture, the people.

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  • Barack Obama ridicules 'rigging' talk, warns Donald Trump not to leak information

    That doesn't make any sense". "But I've never heard someone complain" before the game is over. "So my suggestion would be go out there and try to win the election". "What I will say is that they have been told these are classified briefings", he added, in response to a question about whether he was concerned about Mr Trump obtaining the classified information.

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  • Female inmate brought to court without trousers, judge outraged

    Female inmate brought to court without trousers, judge outraged

    Wolf was confused as to why the county gave the woman a 75 day sentence for not completing a diversion program on a 2014 shoplifting charge . The judge immediately called the Metro Corrections director to ask: "Why is there a female defendant standing in front of me with no clothes on?" "This is outrageous!" said Judge Amber Wolf, who called the jail from the bench demanding an explanation.

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  • UK Supermarket Recalls Peanuts Over Missing 'Peanuts' Label

    UK Supermarket Recalls Peanuts Over Missing 'Peanuts' Label

    The products affected are Alesto Honey Roasted Peanuts, which are sold in a packet which has the word "peanuts" emblazoned across it in large letters, and features an even larger picture of, yes you've guessed it, peanuts. If you have bought the product and you suffer from a nut allergy, Lidl advised customers to return it for a full refund. The Food Standards Agency warned anyone with a nut allergy not to eat the bag of peanuts.

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  • Democrat Koster wins Missouri Farm Bureau endorsement

    Democrat Koster wins Missouri Farm Bureau endorsement

    Greitens, earning 34 percent of the vote Tuesday, had the lowest support of any candidate to win a primary for Missouri governor since 1908. The Farm Bureau event has become a traditional kick-off for the general election campaign. Incumbent Lt. Governor Peter Kinder, who many thought would be the strongest general election candidate, received the fewest votes while Eric Greitens , a former Navy Seal who's never held an elected office, won the GOP nomination.

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  • Yeo Valley recall supermarket yoghurt products after rubber discovery

    Yeo Valley recall supermarket yoghurt products after rubber discovery

    Yeo Valley said the rubber was found in a fruit conserve from one of its suppliers and it will be destroying yoghurts not yet sent to market. A spokeswoman for Yeo Valley said: "The supplier has identified the cause and has identified all fruit conserves, an ingredient used in fruit yogurts, that may be affected".

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  • South Korea July exports fall 10.2 pct y/y, worse than expected

    South Korea July exports fall 10.2 pct y/y, worse than expected

    Exports slipped 10.2 percent on year to $41 billion after falling 2.7 percent in June; overall, exports have contracted in 19 straight months. The deficit in the service account expanded from $1.14 billion in May to $1.38 billion in June this year largely due to the surge in tourism deficit from $250 million to $740 million during the same period.

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  • Pound edges up after Bank of England stimulus slump

    Pound edges up after Bank of England stimulus slump

    Elsewhere, Asian stocks rose following a positive lead from Wall Street, as investors look ahead to both the BoE and U.S. jobs data. The central bank slashed its key interest rate by a quarter-point to 0.25 percent, the first in seven years.

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  • Donations pour in after cancer survivor dies during ridelondon charity cycle

    Donations pour in after cancer survivor dies during ridelondon charity cycle

    Robin Chard, 48, was taking part in the 100-mile race to raise money for Cancer Research UK in memory of his father, stepfather and mother-in-law who all died from the disease. His sister Andrea Day, 43, said: "We are very touched by the kind messages and donations from everyone on Robin's JustGiving page ". The crashes, which required air ambulances to take cyclists to hospital, caused long delays on the course.

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  • Nova goes 7 innings to win Pirates' debut, 5-3 over Reds

    Nova goes 7 innings to win Pirates' debut, 5-3 over Reds

    He had spent his entire seven-year career with NY. "I did what I wanted to do - be a little bit aggressive in the strike zone", Nova said. "I just didn't know we were going to do it that quickly, waste no time". C Cervelli returned after being hit the head Tuesday by a pitch and sitting out two games. Bailey allowed five runs and eight hits in three-plus innings.

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