• Nine killed as fire breaks out in Delhi plastic factory
Nine killed as fire breaks out in Delhi plastic factory

On Saturday, firefighters could access the first floor of the building nearly an hour after reaching the area. A fireman at the scene said the fire had broken around 3:30 pm and was contained around 7 pm. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said he was also keeping a close watch on rescue operations. Police however contradicted with the death ...

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  • California man finds 5-foot tapeworm in body, likely from sushi
California man finds 5-foot tapeworm in body, likely from sushi

The shocked man kept pulling until it was all the way out. "I take out a toilet paper roll, and wrapped around it of course is what looks like this giant, long tapeworm", Dr. According to a 2017 warning from the CDC , Japanese broad tapeworm larvae have been found in many Pacific-caught salmon. The parasites may be found in different types o...

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  • This dashing dinosaur rocked a rainbow around its neck
This dashing dinosaur rocked a rainbow around its neck

While its distinctive feathers were a relatively recent evolution, it had several traits typical of much earlier dinosaurs, including a bony crest on its head. The impressions preserved the shape of the melanosomes. A comparative analysis of these melanosomes resulted in a close match with the iridescent, rainbow-patterned feathers found in humming...

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  • Trump Puts Rural America in the Spotlight
Trump Puts Rural America in the Spotlight

Trump touted the freshly signed tax bill as helping small businesses and farmers, mentioning the ability to deduct 20 percent of their business income. The 2014 farm law made the federally subsidized program the major US farm support at around $8 billion a year, ahead of crop subsidies and land stewardship.

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  • South Texas 'critically low' on blood donations
South Texas 'critically low' on blood donations

Of course, in the Norfolk and Coastal areas of Virginia, blood drives scheduled for last week had to be cancelled due to the storm, further hampering the donations there. RapidPass can now be completed on mobile devices and through the Blood Donor App. Blood donors should bring photo ID. "Your donations truly save the lives of local patients".

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  • Road accident on Delhi-Chandigarh highway kills four powerlifting players
Road accident on Delhi-Chandigarh highway kills four powerlifting players

According to primary investigation, the auto in which these athletes were travelling hit a road divider and crashed into a pole on the Delhi-Chandigarh highway. The athlete had sustained grievous head injuries and severe internal bleeding. Doctor said that he died at 6:38 pm of a cardiac arrest. "They were celebrating Rohit's birthday on Saturday...

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  • Professor commends decision to classify gaming addiction as mental health disorder
Professor commends decision to classify gaming addiction as mental health disorder

The WHO's final publication is however expected in mid-2018. ICD is the foundation for the identification of health trends and statistics globally, and the global standard for reporting diseases and health conditions. This would be "a good thing", he said.Gentile has studied gaming disorder since 1999 and "at that time I was trying to show that i...

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  • American Cancer Society Release Projected Cancer Cases, Deaths for 2018
American Cancer Society Release Projected Cancer Cases, Deaths for 2018

For women, breast cancer remains the most commonly diagnosed form, accounting for 30 percent of all new cancer cases. From 2014 to 2015, of the 10 leading causes of death, only cancer declined. In both sexes, 8 percent of deaths are from colon and rectal cancer. Lung cancer incidence rates continued to decline about twice as fast in men as in wom...

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  • Trump uses derogatory, racist language to describe immigrants
Trump uses derogatory, racist language to describe immigrants

Haiti had sent 15,000 people. The explosive and disparaging remarks about immigrants attributed to the president were sourced to a pair of unnamed officials, one who the Times said was present in the meeting, and another who was briefed about the comments by a second attendee.

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  • Thousands of Kent toddlers missing out on free flu vaccine
Thousands of Kent toddlers missing out on free flu vaccine

While so far the vaccine has seemed to be effective here, Shelton said, even if it doesn't stop an individual from getting the flu, it does ease the severity and length of the bout. "This is more typical of what we see most years", Shahab said. All more the reason, health officials said, to get the flu shot ahead of the holiday season to protec...

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  • Missing Florida teen found in NY; soccer coach arrested
Missing Florida teen found in NY; soccer coach arrested

Frisina was detained and her family has been notified, the sheriff's office said. This is a developing story. The incident began Sunday when Frisina's parents reported her missing. "But I absolutely believe that she was lied to and totally misled", her mother, Scarlet Frisina, told CBS News , earlier on Friday. "She's with a person who is 10...

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  • Arrest made in Mariah Woods disappearance; missing girl believed to be deceased
Arrest made in Mariah Woods disappearance; missing girl believed to be deceased

Onslow County deputies say they charged 32-year-old Earl Kimrey with concealing a death. Though the girl's body has not been found, ongoing searches for her have now turned into a recovery process. Authorities say the man charged in the disappearance of a young North Carolina girl is the boyfriend of the child's mother. NBC affiliate WRAL tha...

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  • Ashes rumours as Ben Stokes spotted at Heathrow
Ashes rumours as Ben Stokes spotted at Heathrow

Stokes is now suspended from playing for England following his arrest. But behind the scenes the provincial side Canterbury were holding a board meeting to decide whether to sign the suspended all-rounder on a short-term deal ahead of a possible comeback on Sunday.

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  • Will Sex Kill You? Scientists Probe Link Between Sexual Activity, Cardiac Arrest
Will Sex Kill You? Scientists Probe Link Between Sexual Activity, Cardiac Arrest

In most cases they were middle-aged, African American and had a history of heart disease, according to the report. "I'm a little surprised at the really tiny number", said study senior researcher Dr. But overall, sex was linked to only 1 percent of all cardiac arrests that occurred in men. It is not the same as a heart attack, in which blood f...

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  • Legionnaires' Disease Found Among Disneyland Visitors
Legionnaires' Disease Found Among Disneyland Visitors

Concern over a recent Legionnaire's disease outbreak in Orange County has prompted The Happiest Place on Earth® to take action. An additional three people who had been to Anaheim but not Disneyland got sick, said Jessica Good, a spokeswoman for the Orange County Health Care Agency (OCHCA).

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  • 'Alarming Study' on Chemicals in Baby Food Lacks Evidence
'Alarming Study' on Chemicals in Baby Food Lacks Evidence

Researchers found that 65 per cent infant products contained arsenic, 58 per cent contained cadmium , 36 per cent contained lead and 10 per cent contained acrylamide out of the products analysed. Arsenic does have the potential to be toxic but, as the World Health Organization explains, it is "a natural component of the earth's crust and is wi...

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  • London Making Diesels More Expensive With New Levy
London Making Diesels More Expensive With New Levy

The new charge applies to most vehicles registered before 2006 that do not meet standards introduced in European Union countries in 2005. About 438 schools in London are in areas exceeding legal air quality levels, according to the London mayor's office.

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  • Trump asks supporters to sign 'Stand for the National Anthem' petition
Trump asks supporters to sign 'Stand for the National Anthem' petition

The petition was released October 19, one day after Trump posted tweets criticizing the NFL's recent decision not to force players to stand during the national anthem. The controversy began at an Alabama rally on September 22, when Trump called for action against those kneeling during the national anthem-a protest begun by former San Francisco ...

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  • Pedro Baez makes the cut as Dodgers, Diamondbacks set rosters for NLDS
Pedro Baez makes the cut as Dodgers, Diamondbacks set rosters for NLDS

Turner's home run in the first gave the Dodgers a huge lift, they sent all nine batters to the plate and scored four runs in the first inning, thus knocking D-backs starter, Taijuan Walker , out the game after just the one inning pitched.

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  • Trump Reverses Course, Waives Jones Act for Puerto Rico
Trump Reverses Course, Waives Jones Act for Puerto Rico

In response, Mr Trump said claimed the Puerto Ricans "want everything to be done for them" and suggested his political rivals had turned Ms Cruz against him. President Donald Trump is lashing out at the mayor of Puerto Rico's capital city in a war of words over recovery efforts after Hurricane Maria smashed into the US territory.

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  • Senate GOP's health repeal ditched again
Senate GOP's health repeal ditched again

Bill Cassidy (R-LA), coauthor of the bill along with Lindsey Graham (R-SC), said on Tuesday that Republicans did not have the votes, adding that he was "absolutely" disappointed in the outcome. "We plan to move forward on our next priority which is reforming the American tax code in a significant way for the first time in 30 years". "Eve...

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  • Hardik Pandya is better than me, says Kapil Dev
Hardik Pandya is better than me, says Kapil Dev

Lloyd went on to say "He seems to have a lot to say to the batsmen, I'm not sure I'm agreeing with all that". "And I used to hit sixes before too, it's just that I am hitting them at a higher level now. His partnerships of 56 and 78 with Kohli and Manish Pandey respectively also showcased his maturity where he could hang in and play according t...

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  • British scientists use gene editing to investigate what causes miscarriages
British scientists use gene editing to investigate what causes miscarriages

The findings suggest that weakened OCT4 activity may help explain the cause of some miscarriages , and the reasoning behind why many IVF embryos fail to make it past this critical point in development. The researchers disabled OCT4 very early in development. This gene is also known to help human embryonic stem cells stay flexible enough to b...

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  • Sensex, Nifty still trading flat; pharma stocks gain
Sensex, Nifty still trading flat; pharma stocks gain

Heavy selling pressure was witnessed in automobile, consumer durables and banking stocks. At 3.30 p.m., the Nifty50 provisionally closed at 10,147.55 points - marginally lower by 5.55 points or 0.05 per cent. Market heavyweight Reliance Industries was in a sweet spot as the scrip hit a record high of Rs 872.10 (intra-day) before closing 0.85 pe...

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  • Leaked Memo Suggests Shrinking Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument
Leaked Memo Suggests Shrinking Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument

Wilderness Society President Jamie Williams called the reported recommendations "an unprecedented assault on our parks and public lands" and said the Trump administration has no authority to alter existing designations. "Congress already set aside these lands eighty years ago for the specific goal of sustainable timber production in the O&C Act...

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