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  • 3 new Mississippi West Nile Virus cases

    3 new Mississippi West Nile Virus cases

    So far this year, human cases of West Nile virus have been reported in Hinds (3), Grenada, Lamar (2), Lowndes and Rankin counties. "The confirmation of West Nile virus in mosquito samples or birds indicates the presence of West Nile virus in the area", said Dr.

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  • WVU student wins the first gold medal of Rio Olympics

    I think much like I felt at my first Games: I was a bit younger than they are, but for these guys this time around it's about living that experience. China won yet another medal in air rifle on a day nasty winds sent the clay targets in the trap event bobbing and bouncing through the air, forced delays on the tennis courts and whipped up treacherous waves in the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon.

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  • Credit crunch hangover and Brexit concerns threaten investment in manufacturing

    Credit crunch hangover and Brexit concerns threaten investment in manufacturing

    Some 55pc of companies have amassed more cash on their balance sheets compared to before the financial crisis, according to a survey by the EEF, the organisation that represents the engineering and manufacturing industries. The findings indicate that the United Kingdom manufacturers' attitude towards bank borrowings has remained largely unchanged, despite considerable improvement in economic conditions and interest rates declining to historic lows.

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  • Record-smashing Ledecky win women's 400m free

    Ledecky brings a similar kind of greatness to the table. She brushed off the accomplishment in understated fashion that's as typical as her head-shaking performances. Each time she dives into the water, she's swimming to beat her own last personal best. Peaty said: "She is one of the best coaches in the world, not just because she sends me up and down the pool each day, but she understands every athlete , she understands their needs and their character".

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  • The Zika Vaccine Takes A Major Step Toward Success

    The Zika Vaccine Takes A Major Step Toward Success

    Even through the researchers are about to get human trials underway, a market-ready version of any of the three vaccines could still be up to a few years from deployment. While the vaccines haven't been tried in humans yet, researchers write that this is a step forward toward providing an effective vaccine for humans. "First we have to prove that they're safe".

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  • 1 arrested for drug-laced candy that made 24 ill

    The Richland County Sheriff's Office confirms they arrested Matthew Lee Gross, 28. No fatalities were reported at the Ohio Dreams sports camp complex in Butler, about 100km northeast of Columbus, where the weekend-long EST 2016 rap music festival was being held.

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  • Dithering Congress ignores growing risk of Zika

    Dithering Congress ignores growing risk of Zika

    For women who are already pregnant, the CDC recommends they screen for the virus as soon as possible. The city's geography and its status as a hub for South and Central American travel make it especially vulnerable to viruses that start their journeys south of the border.

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  • Ligand Pharmaceuticals Inc. (LGND) Updates FY16 Earnings Guidance

    Ligand Pharmaceuticals Inc . has a 52 week low of $71.63 and a 52 week high of $139.79. The stock has a market capitalization of $2.77 billion and a PE ratio of 10.96. -EPS (Q2): $0.50 vs. $1.85 past year. Analysts anticipate that Ligand Pharmaceuticals Inc . will post $3.30 earnings per share for the current fiscal year.

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  • Fidgeting for your health

    Fidgeting for your health

    Previous research has shown that sitting for an extended period of time at a computer or during a long airline flight reduces blood flow to the legs, which may contribute to the development of cardiovascular disease. While sitting, participants were asked to fidget one leg intermittently, tapping one foot for one minute and then resting it for four minutes, while the other leg remained still throughout.

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  • Universitario muere a tiros mientras jugaba con la aplicación — Pokémon GO

    Universitario muere a tiros mientras jugaba con la aplicación — Pokémon GO

    No hubo ningún intercambio de palabras. John Kirby , amigo de la familia dijo que al parecer mientras jugaba, Riley se adelantó unos pasos de la persona que lo acompañaba cuando se escucharon los disparos. Según estimaciones de la compañía Sensor Tower, en este mes el juego generó más de 200 millones de dólares . En algunos casos las autoridades de seguridad tuvieron que intervenir, ya sea emitiendo avisos y consejos de cómo jugarlo de manera segura, hasta realizando operativos en ...

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  • 'Absurd' to label Durant a villain, says Warriors coach Kerr

    'Absurd' to label Durant a villain, says Warriors coach Kerr

    But especially Kevin. This is one of the most likable people in the league. He's just an awesome human being. A meme? Durant didn't do it because of a meme, but the whole culture of judging great players first and foremost for the numbers of championships they have in a team sport instead of their individual achievements and stats, pushed Durant away from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Warriors.

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  • Continuarán las lluvias en la mayor parte de México

    Continuarán las lluvias en la mayor parte de México

    Para la Mesa del Norte se estima cielo nublado, 80% de probabilidad de tormentas muy fuertes en Durango y San Luis Potosí; chubascos con tormentas puntuales fuertes en Chihuahua, Coahuila, Zacatecas y Aguascalientes , y lluvias con intervalos de chubascos en Nuevo León .

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  • Declassified info reveals indirect 9/11 link to Saudi prince

    Declassified info reveals indirect 9/11 link to Saudi prince

    An "indirect link" between a company Saudi Arabian royalty and phone numbers held by an alleged al-Qaeda member held over the September 11 terror attacks has been revealed in documents kept private by the USA government until last month. Press TV has conducted an interview with Scott Bennett, a former U.S. army psychological warfare officer, and Michael Lane, founder of the American Institute for Foreign Policy, to discuss attempts made by the United States to cover up Saudi Arabia's ...

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  • Jeb's son George P. Bush says it's time to get behind Trump

    Bush's presidency for leading the country into the Iraq war and Jeb Bush as a " low energy " presidential candidate in several Republican primary debates. The feat was beyond his father's grasp. " Donald Trump has not demonstrated that temperament or strength of character. I love it", Trump said during a campaign rally in Las Vegas.

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  • Jamie Oliver welcomes baby number five

    Jamie Oliver welcomes baby number five

    Meanwhile, Jools also shared the good news on Instagram . He wrote: "And then this just happened guys!" 'He arrived safely, mum was really really wonderful, unbelievably composed, natural birth and my two eldest girls got to come in at the very end as the baby was born which was unbelievable to witness, ' Mr Oliver said.

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  • Polonia: El papa participa de la Jornada Mundial de la Juventud

    El papa Francisco oficia una misa en el cierre de la Jornada Mundial de la Juventud en Cracovia , Polonia, el 31 de julio de 2016. Muchos de ellos también pasarán la noche en esta enorme explanada para asistir a la misa de clausura y en la que se anunciará la próxima ciudad que albergará la JMJ.

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  • Woman killed in DV related attack

    Woman killed in DV related attack

    A 26-year-old woman has died following an alleged domestic violence attack at Liverpool in Sydney's west overnight. In 2015, there were 158 victims of domestic violence related homicide, comprising 38 per cent of all homicide victims. He appears at Liverpool Local Court on Monday, August 8. Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stopers.

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  • Meat eaters found to have a higher death rate than vegans

    Meat eaters found to have a higher death rate than vegans

    Protein is a significant component of each cell in the body. It helps build and fix bones and muscles. The research was undertaken by scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital, who monitored health and diet records of more than 130,000 people over the course of thirty years.

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  • Macedonia: al menos 20 muertos en las inundaciones

    Macedonia: al menos 20 muertos en las inundaciones

    Los equipos de rescate buscan a otras personas dadas por desaparecidas. El instituto meteorológico de Macedonia informó de que durante el temporal cayeron alrededor de 93 litros por metro cuadrado en la región capitalina, lo que obligó a cortar al tráfico autovía que circunvala Skopje .

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  • Measles Outbreak Hits English Music Festivals

    Measles Outbreak Hits English Music Festivals

    This follows a national increase in measles over the year with 234 cases confirmed between January and June, compared with 54 for the same period last year. The festival outbreaks come as the measles virus is spreading more readily in England. Large events where people are in close proximity to one another "provide the ideal place for the infection to spread", Public Health England (PHE) said.

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  • Mamatón en Jardín Botánico a favor de lactancia materna

    Mamatón en Jardín Botánico a favor de lactancia materna

    Sin embargo, los datos oficiales de 2012 ya colocaban a México como uno de los países de Latinoamérica con los menores índices de lactancia exclusiva, dijo Isabel Crowley, representante de la Oficina en México del Fondo de las Naciones Unidas para la Infancia (Unicef), durante el Foro Nacional de Lactancia Materna.

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  • Shannen Doherty says 'chemo has been terrible'

    Shannen Doherty says 'chemo has been terrible'

    She hasn't spoken a lot about her illness until a rare interview recently, where she opened up about her struggle. The TV star just posted a new photo of herself with the hashtag #cancersucks, days after revealing that the disease has spread and she needs further treatment.

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  • Zika case confirmed in Leon County

    Zika case confirmed in Leon County

    KGO TV first reported late Thursday that one of the babies had been born several months ago at Alta Bates Hospital in Berkeley. Here in Connecticut, 45 residents have tested positive for Zika and three of those are pregnant, according to the Connecticut Department of Public Health .

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  • Melania Trump: I Didn't Break Any Immigration Laws

    Last week, Melania Trump also confirmed that her professional website had been deleted after U.S. media questioned its claim that she had a degree in architecture from the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. Immigration lawyers have said that if Melania Trump is found to have violated her visa, this may cause problems for her in the present. She said: "I have at all times been in full compliance with the immigration laws of this country".

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