• World's BIGGEST brain tumour removed after patient told it was INOPERABLE
World's BIGGEST brain tumour removed after patient told it was INOPERABLE

Mr. Pal is recuperating in the Intensive Care Unit and in stable condition. "It was an extremely daunting and complex surgery", the hospital's head of neurosurgery Trimurti Nadkarni said. Doctors are now waiting to see whether Pal will regain his eyesight. Mr Pal needed a transfusion of 11 units of blood and then spent three days on life suppor...

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  • US women's hockey team breezes past Finland, will play for gold
US women's hockey team breezes past Finland, will play for gold

Four years ago when the games wrapped up in Sochi, fans were most likely expecting to see their favorite National Hockey League players in Pyeongchang. In women's hockey, the United State will be trying to win its first gold medal since 1998. The Americans will have to be at their best to best Canada, and here are a handful of things Team USA nee...

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  • The Russian Indictments: Where Were James Clapper and John Brennan?
The Russian Indictments: Where Were James Clapper and John Brennan?

Lavrov argued that US officials, including Vice President Mike Pence, have said no country influenced the USA election results. H.R. McMaster, U.S. Prior to this indictment , Mueller had filed indictments against four people tied to the Trump campaign including former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and former Campaign Chairman Pau...

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  • BMW's redesigned X4 adds new engines, more power for 2019
BMW's redesigned X4 adds new engines, more power for 2019

With its more coupe-like body, the goal was to come up with BMW describes as the look of an "eye-catching athlete". The 2019 X4 is now just over 3-inches longer than its predecessor , while its wheelbase has grown just over 2-inches longer and its now 1.4-inches wider.

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  • At Least Two Dead After US Train Collision
At Least Two Dead After US Train Collision

The Amtrak train, which was operating between NY and Miami, had 139 passengers and eight crew members on board. Amtrak says its train's lead engine and some of the passenger cars derailed. On Sunday, McMaster visited with the Cayce passengers who were taken to a Red Cross shelter set up at nearby Pine Ridge Middle School. "We know they are shak...

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  • Eli Manning Says It's Not His Job to Mentor Giants' Young QBs
Eli Manning Says It's Not His Job to Mentor Giants' Young QBs

Manning is coming off one of his worst seasons since his rookie year. The Giants own the No. 2 overall draft pick in this spring's draft. Now we wait to see if Darnold gets drafted by the Giants or Jets or another team. All I can worry about is doing my job. "That won't be a big deal, just always want to help the younger guys learn as quickly as ...

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  • Harley-Davidson's first production electric motorcycle will debut in 2019
Harley-Davidson's first production electric motorcycle will debut in 2019

And for the second year, the eurozone even grew faster than the US, which expanded by 2.3 percent in 2017. It's a motorcycle that is still a concept and is under production, but now Harley-Davidson seems intent on bringing it closer to a full-spec production model.

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  • Study says e-cigarettes may lead to cancer and heart disease
Study says e-cigarettes may lead to cancer and heart disease

You may not see more definitive results until additional animal testing in a year, and much longer than that for humans. Tang and colleagues found that the solvent alone does not cause damage to the DNA, but exposure to nicotine and the solvent caused the same damage as exposure to nicotine alone.

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  • Gas prices rise again
Gas prices rise again

At the close of NYMEX trading Friday, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude oil settled at $66.14 per barrel, $2.77 cents higher than the previous week and rising $2.24 since Monday's close, Wilmington-based AAA-Mid Atlantic reported. That means gas prices are up too, and they could be going a lot higher. The price of gasoline inched up again last ...

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  • SCOTUS Grants Madison Stay of Execution
SCOTUS Grants Madison Stay of Execution

Madison's attorneys argued that strokes and dementia have left Madison unable to remember killing Schulte or fully understand his looming execution. His death by lethal injection was planned for 18:00 local time on Thursday and would have been the second scheduled execution in the United States this year.

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  • 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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