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It's celebrated on a Wednesday in the middle of July each year, and National Hot Dog Day 2018 falls on July 18. 7-Eleven: $1 Big Bite hot dogs on Wednesday. To obtain the free frank, customer will need to access a bar code that will be available on the Love's Facebook page at 12:01 a.m. on Wednesday. "Giving out free items on National Hot Dog Day is a great way for us to thank our loyal Customers and encourage others to try something new".
  • FDA Approves First Marijuana Based Drug

    FDA Approves First Marijuana Based Drug

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    What's more, the DEA will reportedly reschedule CBD in light of the FDA's decision, greatly loosening restrictions on research. Any drug containing cannabis from here on out will still need to clear plenty of hurdles before getting approval .
  • Yoga Day 2018 celebrated all over the world

    Yoga Day 2018 celebrated all over the world

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    Times of Oman's TFM is the official media partner for the event that will be held at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre, Muscat at 7.15 pm today. "I would say tens of thousands took part in China ". Yoga embodies unity of mind and body, thought and action. a holistic approach [that] is valuable to our health and our well-being.
  • Senate Democrats Look to Hammer GOP on Health Care

    Senate Democrats Look to Hammer GOP on Health Care

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    The pair have not released written details of the proposal, but they said it is a limited effort to prevent any White House from misusing the national security justification to crack down on imports. McConnell cites a " judicial crisis " of empty seats that still need to be filled - ignoring the fact that the reason so many seats remain open is because the Senate GOP refused to confirm President Barack Obama's nominations .
  • Salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut melon, CDC says

    Salmonella outbreak linked to pre-cut melon, CDC says

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    In a news release Friday , the CDC pinpointed pre-cut melon supplied by the Indianapolis-based Caito Foods, LLC , as the likely source. The melon products have been recalled, but authorities advise consumers not to eat pre-cut melon products produced at Caito Foods and packaged in clear, plastic clamshell containers.
  • Six things you didn't know about Kate Spade

    Six things you didn't know about Kate Spade

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    In 1986, she worked at Mademoiselle magazine in Manhattan. In today's terms, her early handbags were priced around the US$300 mark, making them affordable for young professional women who wanted more than the cheaper offerings but couldn't afford the more traditional, high end designers.
  • Nipah virus claims 1 more life in Kerala, death toll reaches 16

    Nipah virus claims 1 more life in Kerala, death toll reaches 16

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    She said persons who had come into contact with those who had contracted the virus should be cautious. With the death, the toll due to Nipah infection in the state has risen to 16. In another precautionary measure, all nine staff members at Balussery taluk hospital in Kozhikode district have been given leave. "Since there is no treatment and cure to this rare and deadly virus and the infection is fast spreading, already claiming 13 lives since its outbreak in Kozhikode district of ...
  • Chemotherapy may provide no benefit for breast cancer in some cases

    Chemotherapy may provide no benefit for breast cancer in some cases

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    Jack Jacoub, medical oncologist and medical director at the MemorialCare Cancer Institute at the Orange Coast Medical Center in California. The study was funded in part by the proceeds from sales of the breast cancer postage stamp . The study found that for participants with gene test scores between 11 and 25 - especially among women ages 50 to 75 - there was no significant difference between the chemotherapy and no chemotherapy groups.
  • Ovarian cancer drug approved for use UK News

    Ovarian cancer drug approved for use UK News

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    Nicholas Turner from London's Institute of Cancer Research said, via The Guardian . The "holy grail" of cancer tests could pave the way for a universal screening programme that could save ten of thousands of lives each year. The research scrutinised the cases of more than 1,600 people, 749 of whom were cancer-free at the time of the study, with no diagnosis, and 878 of whom had been newly diagnosed with a disease.
  • Are e-cigarettes a safe way to quit?

    Are e-cigarettes a safe way to quit?

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    According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the global tobacco epidemic kills more than seven million people every year, of which almost 900,000 are non-smokers dying from breathing second-hand smoke. Duque advised current smokers to quit smoking and seek help through phone-supported tobacco cessation called Quitline (165-364), which was launched previous year, providing real-time counseling and support.
  • India Nipah virus outbreak poses 'minimal risk' to UAE

    India Nipah virus outbreak poses 'minimal risk' to UAE

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    State epidemiologist Dr Utkarsh Betodkar said that the patient's urine, blood and cerebrospinal fluid samples were drawn and have been sent to the NIV and the report of the same is expected by Tuesday evening. Last year, he had also said that West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee should jump into the sea if she is "ashamed of being born an Indian".