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Vehicle flies in the air, crashes into second floor

Vehicle flies in the air, crashes into second floor

The victims suffered minor injuries. How often does it happen that you lose control and end up on the second floor of a an office building? The driver and passenger in a auto that was apparently speeding were injured after the vehicle crashed into a Santa Ana building and somehow ended up lodged in the second floor, Orange County Fire Authority officials said Sunday. Read More

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For the second year, life expectancy is shortened due to drug overdoses

For the second year, life expectancy is shortened due to drug overdoses

The balance of the overdosedeaths involved sedatives, cocaine and methamphetamines. Men were far more likely to die from drug overdoses than women were, but other reports have found a growing number of opiate overdoses among women . Drug death rates are increasing much faster than they have in recent years. The federal statistics said other causes of death, including suicide, have increased as well. Read More

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Papa Tossed! Pizza Chain Orders Up New CEO

Papa Tossed! Pizza Chain Orders Up New CEO

It was later revealed that the pizza mogul also had supported President Donald Trump's campaign for president. Here's what we know about John Schnatter's business and net worth. Both those comments wound up hurting the company even more. As of Friday, the company's stock traded at $56.88. Some left-wing critics have said that Schnatter's departure as CEO isn't enough to convince them to support the company given that he will remain chairman of the board. Read More

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People Die of Respiratory Diseases Every Year

People Die of Respiratory Diseases Every Year

New Castle County has seen the highest number of confirmed cases with 24 people, while there have been 12 cases in Kent County and 10 cases in Sussex County. Connecticut health officials have reported that 77 patients have been hospitalized with the flu thus far this season, with 59 having fallen ill from influenza A. Read More

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Flu vaccinations in Sask. up 11 per cent this year

Flu vaccinations in Sask. up 11 per cent this year

MedExpress also noted that its "2017-2018 influenza-like-illness (ILI) rates are higher than they have been during the same time period of the past four flu seasons (15 percent in 2017-2018 compared to 11-13 percent in previous years)". To protect others, the health director also advised those who do become sick with a fever and cough to stay at home until at least 24 hours after the fever ends without the use of fever-reducing medication. Read More

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Rep. Trent Franks to resign from Congress after asking staffers about surrogacy

Rep. Trent Franks to resign from Congress after asking staffers about surrogacy

Franks "engaged in conducted that constitutes sexual harassment and/or retaliation for opposing sexual harassment". "I'll let the statement speak for itself", he said , according to Roll Call . After having twins with a surrogate, the couple sought additional children, he said. He says his resignation will take effect January 31. Ryan on Thursday said in a statement that he was briefed on the allegations last week, and found them to be "serious and requiring action". Read More

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Orissa second in crimes against women: NCRB

Orissa second in crimes against women: NCRB

After Madhya Pradesh , it is Uttar Pradesh which is on second position in rape cases. Delhi accounted for highest crime rate 974.9 under IPC crimes followed by Kerala 727.6 and Madhya Pradesh 337.9 against national average of 233.6. A total of 1,11,569 children (41,175 males and 70,394 females) were reported missing in which maximum children missing were reported from West Bengal (15.1%) during 2016. Read More

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Drinking Coffee Actually Has Health Benefits, Study Finds

Drinking Coffee Actually Has Health Benefits, Study Finds

The researchers concluded that drinking coffee regularly resulted in a lower risk of heart disease and even death compared with drinking no coffee at all. "I think now we can be reasonably reassured that overall, coffee drinking is a safe habit", said Dr. Eliseo Guallar, professor of epidemiology and medicine at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, per Time . Read More

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Weather: Unsettled with rain, sleet, and snow right through Sunday

Weather: Unsettled with rain, sleet, and snow right through Sunday

An afternoon snow shower in the Poconos. Tonight could see more showers ending around midnight with a 30 per cent chance of flurries or showers overnight and temperatures reaching lows of -1 C. The National Weather Service office in Valley, Nebraska, said today should be cloudy with a slight chance of drizzle and a high around 60. Light snow, with a wintery mix is possible after 7pm this evening. Read More

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Study offers troubling information about baby food products

Study offers troubling information about baby food products

Arsenic and lead were found in infant and baby formulas a study found Wednesday. Sixty percent of the formulas that claimed to be BPA free tested positive for BPAs. Arsenic and cadmium are naturally occurring elements found in soil, water and air, so it is not surprising that they are found in food. "It is important for consumers to understand that some contaminants, such as heavy metals like lead or arsenic, are in the environment and can not simply be removed from food", Peter ... Read More

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City Investigating Fatal School Stabbing in the Bronx

City Investigating Fatal School Stabbing in the Bronx

In response to the stabbings, Mayor Bill de Blasio said he would tighten security at the school and implement scanning Thursday. Anger and emotions spilled out after a 15-year-old was killed in history class Wednesday morning. The suspect, armed with a three-inch switchblade, walked out of the the classroom after the stabbing and handed the weapon to a guidance counsellor, Boyce said. Read More

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Not cancer, but small traffic cone

Not cancer, but small traffic cone

Specialists at a respiratory facility in Preston, England, made the disclosure after the patient, a 47-year-old jack of all trades, was alluded to them in light of a pestering hack that had kept going over a year. Said The Daily Mail, doctors wrote: "To our knowledge this is the first reported case of a tracheobronchial foreign body that was overlooked for 40 years". Read More

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Catalans hit streets for independence

Catalans hit streets for independence

Catalonia's regional government is defying an order from Spain's Constitutional Court to stop the ballot, scheduled for 1 October, which the Madrid government has declared illegal. The Spanish government has vowed to stop the vote, which it says is unconstitutional, and the two governments - one in Madrid, one in Barcelona - are now on a collision course. Read More

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Rohingyas, infra on PM's agenda for talks with Suu

Rohingyas, infra on PM's agenda for talks with Suu

India on Wednesday shared its concerns with Myanmar over the situation in the country's Rakhine state where the army has launched a crackdown on the Rohingyas , triggering a mass exodus. In terms of capacity building, New Delhi is assisting the eastern neighbour in setting up institutions of higher learning like the Myanmar Institute of Information Technology, Advanced Centre for Agricultural Research and Education, Myanmar-India Entrepreneurship Development Centre, Myanmar-India Centre for ... Read More

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Second half goals sink Malta

Second half goals sink Malta

Ryan Bertrand scored his first senior global goal with an 85th-minute long shot that Malta goalkeeper Andrew Hogg made a mess of. Malta team is in the bottom of Group F now. Harry Kane breaks his early season duck as Gareth Southgate praised his team's bravery after they were booed by their own supporters in Malta on Friday. Read More

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