• Dalton, Bengals sharp early in 26-21 preseason lost at Jags
Dalton, Bengals sharp early in 26-21 preseason lost at Jags

He was fitted with an air cast on the sideline after being injured during a play in the first half. He earned his first Pro Bowl berth last season. The play above was on the very first drive of the game for the Jacksonville Jaguars first team offense and it was a representation of what we'd see from Luke Joeckel most of the night at guard.

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  • EU's TTIP trade deal with the U.S. has collapsed, says Germany
EU's TTIP trade deal with the U.S. has collapsed, says Germany

The secretive deal, for which leaders of European countries can not even access a fully copy of the pact, has become political anathema in both the EU and the United States behind a rising tide of nationalism and trade protectionism. At the time, President Francois Hollande said that he would "never accept" the deal because it abridges the sovere...

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  • FDA advises Zika screening for all US blood centers
FDA advises Zika screening for all US blood centers

Medic spokesman Benjamin Prijatel said the blood center has been deferring donors who have traveled to places with local transmission of Zika, including parts of South America, Central America, the Caribbean and, most recently, South Florida.

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  • Obamacare still offers affordable plans, even with big price hikes, officials say
Obamacare still offers affordable plans, even with big price hikes, officials say

Earlier this year, Oxford Health Plans also announced it would stop selling ACA policies here . Greenberg said 2017 price hikes in the Texas market could vary widely across the state, with rural markets likely to see the biggest changes.

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  • Former Hog Lewis Just Misses Golf Medal Stand
Former Hog Lewis Just Misses Golf Medal Stand

She beat Lydia Ko of New Zealand by five strokes for the first women's golf Olympic title awarded in 116 years. That has added to questions raised about the direction her career was heading, especially after the young phenom Ko supplanted her as world number a year ago.

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  • Falls From Strollers And Baby Carriers Can Cause Serious Injuries
Falls From Strollers And Baby Carriers Can Cause Serious Injuries

Roberts and her colleagues searched the database for children age 5 or younger who sustained an injury during an accident involving a stroller or carrier between the years 1990 and 2010. "We expect strollers and carriers to be safe and provide a secure way to transport children". During that time, almost 361,000 children aged 5 years and younger we...

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  • West Nile virus detected throughout San Gabriel Valley
West Nile virus detected throughout San Gabriel Valley

A woman from Middlesex County has West Nile virus , the first human case of the year. Mosquitoes trapped in Stratford have tested positive for the West Nile Virus, according to the town's Health Department. DEET should not be used on infants that are younger than 2 months old. The Health Department says risk for serious illness is highest among...

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  • Experience Minecraft in a Whole New Way with Oculus Rift
Experience Minecraft in a Whole New Way with Oculus Rift

The Windows 10 DX11 performance has been optimized even further to augment the VR experience and there are a ton of new options. The VR version of the game has been upgraded, to include better keyboard and mouse support as well as options to make it easier to turn using an Xbox One controller.

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  • PM asks states to act against fake 'gau rakshaks'
PM asks states to act against fake 'gau rakshaks'

The PM said he salutes real "gau rakshaks" and "gau sevaks", and appealed to them to come forward to expose fake "gau rakshaks". "These handful of people must not be allowed to destroy your good work for their vested interest", the Prime Minister said.

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  • Justin Rose hits first hole-in-one in Olympic history
Justin Rose hits first hole-in-one in Olympic history

Having written his name into the record books with his ace, Rose put himself in the thick of the gold medal hunt by carding a four-under 67 in hard gusting conditions to finish four strokes behind first-round leader Marcus Fraser of Australia.

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  • Rio 2016: New Zealand shocked by Japan after Williams injury
Rio 2016: New Zealand shocked by Japan after Williams injury

The ambulance carrying an injured Sonny Bill Williams seemed to get lost in Rio this morning. The highest-profile player involved in rugby's return to the Olympics after 92 years, Williams did not get up after being tackled just after half-time on 9 August and was helped from the field.

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  • Moyes makes first Sunderland signing with Djilobodji
Moyes makes first Sunderland signing with Djilobodji

The Blues thanked the defender for his services and wished him luck in his future endeavours. The news has been reported on Sunderland's website and twitter account. Papy did not play a single minute in regulation time for his new club and was soon loaned to Bundesliga club Werder Bremen in January. He told swfc.co.uk: " The club, the manager...

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  • Amazon revealed its 1st-ever branded cargo plane in Seattle
Amazon revealed its 1st-ever branded cargo plane in Seattle

The company had signed a deal in March to lease 20 Boeing 767 cargo planes from the Air Transport Services Group (ATSG), The Christian Science Monitor reported . The aircraft was launched at the Seafair Air Show in Seattle , hometown of Amazon . However, Amazon has assured it will continue to be a UPS and FedEx customer but shortening the ...

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  • PM Modi invokes Rajiv Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru for peace in parliament
PM Modi invokes Rajiv Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru for peace in parliament

Forty per cent of them come from a poor background. Jaitley then went on to compare the NDA and the UPA's model of governance. Picking on the one-time compliance window announced Union in the Budget as a "Fair and Lovely" scheme, Gandhi said this was nothing but a move to turn the black money into white.

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  • SA confirms first 2016 Zika virus case
SA confirms first 2016 Zika virus case

Infants with microcephaly have smaller than normal heads and their brains do not develop properly. Experts say people traveling to South- and Central America, as well as the Caribbean, are now at risk. CDC recommends that pregnant women should consider postponing travel to affected areas. Samples from patients who are not now having symptoms ...

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  • Zika virus: Govt advises pregnant women to cancel travel to
Zika virus: Govt advises pregnant women to cancel travel to

Department of Health said today . The Spokesman-Review says Zika virus can be spread from a pregnant woman to her fetus. The exception is a case in Dallas County, believed to be the result of a person having sexual contact with a man who traveled to Venezuela.

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  • Pharmacies best at selling medical pot: group
Pharmacies best at selling medical pot: group

Toronto, Ontario-Shoppers Drug Mart presented Canada Cartage with their Carrier of the Year Award on February 17th, at their 2016 Loblaw Supply Chain Conference Gala Awards Dinner held at the Toronto Congress Centre. Until that happens, Tse says all they do is start educating phramcists on the product. The reason may be the result of a Supreme Co...

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  • Zika 'may have been sexually-transmitted' in 14 cases
Zika 'may have been sexually-transmitted' in 14 cases

The local government must ensure the island's health community is ready to respond to the Zika virus should the need arise, and that the community is prepared. This sponsored program was created to facilitate rapid development of tests for virus detection in a large metropolitan area. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the Zika ...

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  • Possible Sexually Transmitted Cases Of Zika Virus Detected: CDC
Possible Sexually Transmitted Cases Of Zika Virus Detected: CDC

Both the CDC and the World Health Organisation have issued guidelines urging the use of condoms to prevent the spread of the virus, particularly when a woman is pregnant or might become pregnant. It will be the first time humans are tested for the virus in the state's north. Researchers are scrambling to develop one, as well as better diagnostic ...

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  • Brazil and University of Texas reach deal on Zika vaccine
Brazil and University of Texas reach deal on Zika vaccine

Evidence suggests that Zika can be sexually transmitted by men to sex partners, the CDC says, and that the virus is present in semen longer than blood. So what should you know about the Zika virus? The latest case "was communicated to the World Health Organization [WHO] and we are studying it in more depth because we have just received the inform...

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  • The best bug sprays to fend off Zika virus-carrying mosquitoes
The best bug sprays to fend off Zika virus-carrying mosquitoes

West Virginia, Tennessee and North Carolina have issued advisories for the Zika virus, urging caution, particularly for pregnant women traveling to areas where the disease is circulating. The National Conference of Bishops in Brazil, the South American country hardest hit by Zika, had no immediate comment on calls to loosen abortion laws.

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  • Florida Delays Execution Until Supreme Court Ruling Is Applied
Florida Delays Execution Until Supreme Court Ruling Is Applied

Florida's dead penalty was on trial at the Florida Supreme Court today. The U.S. Supreme Court found Florida's law flawed because it allows judges to decide on death sentences and override a jury's recommendation. Attorney Martin McClain, who represents both Lambrix and Asay, argued the state's death penalty is "irretrievably broken". Florida's r...

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  • Canada's health minister tries to calm fears about the Zika virus outbreak
Canada's health minister tries to calm fears about the Zika virus outbreak

The Zika virus is an infection which is spread by the bite of an infected mosquito. Devine says the organization is in the midst of deciding how long the deferral should be. Zika is like dengue and causes mild fever, rash and red eyes, although around 80 percent of people infected have no symptoms. "So we're making these plans based on the assu...

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  • CBB's Gemma Collins taken to hospital after mishap
CBB's Gemma Collins taken to hospital after mishap

Two housemates break out of the house in tonight's highlight show. A Dance artist and a Celebrity Big Brother housemate are to appear in Aberdeen. It means that he won't be there upon Collins" exit from the " Celebrity Big Brother' house when the show ends in a couple of weeks' time. "I was devastated to find out that he was two-timing us", sh...

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  • CDC: Ask pregnant women about trips to Zika outbreak areas
CDC: Ask pregnant women about trips to Zika outbreak areas

Los Angeles County public health officials issued its own alert late Friday in tandem with the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's guidelines , urging physicians to be on the lookout for patients who have returned to the United States after traveling to Central America, South America, the Caribbean, or Mexico.

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