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In a Yale Law School student profile, Azar says he "entered health care largely by accident". Trump's first health secretary, former US Representative Tom Price, resigned in September amid a public furor over his use of expensive taxpayer-funded private charter jets for government travel.
  • Prisoner shot dead in Rohini court, second incident in six months

    Prisoner shot dead in Rohini court, second incident in six months

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    According to the police, the incident took place at around 11.40 am. He had been absconding for the past seven years in a cheating case registered at the south Rohini police station in 2010, over a sale of a plot there. He was arrested again on October 30 this year. Till the time, Vinod was fleeing from the police, he was alive. "Vinod used to fix cars". According to sources, the accused told police he had been "shown Vinod's photograph" by a gangster he met during a hearing at Patiala House ...
  • Rothschild Asset Management Inc Raises Its Holdings in Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR)

    Rothschild Asset Management Inc Raises Its Holdings in Nektar Therapeutics (NKTR)

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    World Asset Management Inc boosted its stake in Nektar Therapeutics by 5.6% in the 2nd quarter. Arizona State Retirement System increased its position in Nektar Therapeutics by 1.0% in the 2nd quarter. If you are reading this piece of content on another website, it was illegally copied and republished in violation of United States and global trademark & copyright law.
  • New blood pressure guidelines released

    New blood pressure guidelines released

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    Blood pressure of 120/80 or above is considered elevated; 130/80 to 139/89 is now considered Stage 1 hypertension and anything 140/90 or above will be considered stage 2 hypertension . "We want to be straight with people - if you already have a doubling of risk, you need to know about it", said Dr. Paul K. Whelton, the lead author of the AHA's new guidelines.
  • Bashir defies ICC arrest warrant, visits Uganda

    Bashir defies ICC arrest warrant, visits Uganda

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    Uganda will be hosting the 6th Session of the Joint Ministerial Commission (JMC) by March 2018. President Al-Bashir is accompanied by Ministers, Senior Officials and a business delegation in various sectors, with a Sudan-Uganda Business Forum expected to be held.
  • Salvation Army signing up bell ringers

    Salvation Army signing up bell ringers

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    Susie Chitwood, director of the Salvation Army Tifton Service Center, said that they want to get people signed up early this year, since the bell ringing starts in November. Volunteers are needed to help organize Angel Tree items into bags for distribution, ring bells for the Red Kettle Campaign and various other tasks this holiday season.
  • 10-Month-Old Baby Weighs As Much As A Fourth Grader

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    The baby's mother Isabel Pantoja, 24, from Colima, Mexico, expressed her concerns Sunday as she spoke to Daily Mail about her son's condition that has left the doctors baffled. His family said one-day his pram collapsed due to Luis's hefty sizet. Luis is taken to the hospital 4 times every week and his father felt emotional telling that the nurse used to struggle to find a vein of Luis's hand.
  • Bill Gates makes $100-m personal investment to fight Alzheimer's

    Bill Gates makes $100-m personal investment to fight Alzheimer's

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    Gates said this is a personal investment, not one offered through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which has invested in research to stop the spread of diseases such as HIV. That's, in part, because it's personal. "I know how terrible it is to watch people you love struggle as the disease robs them of their mental capacity".
  • How heart-stopping is sex, really?

    How heart-stopping is sex, really?

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    Of the nearly 5,000 sudden cardiac arrests identified by the scientists, 34 were linked to sexual activity. A new study may lay your fears to rest: The risk that sex would trigger a sudden cardiac arrest is exceedingly small. That report suggested additional risk factors for men who died during sex: "The majority (75%) were having extramarital sexual activity, in most cases with a younger partner in an unfamiliar setting and/or after excessive food and alcohol consumption".
  • India, US, Japan, Australia hold first quad talks on Indo-Pacific cooperation

    India, US, Japan, Australia hold first quad talks on Indo-Pacific cooperation

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    US President Donald Trump has been increasingly using the term "Indo-Pacific" for Asia-Pacific to clearly signal the inclusion of India in the Indian Ocean. Both the Japanese and Australian press releases mentioned that discussions were on ensuring "rules based order" and "freedom of navigation". He cited India's trilateral discussions with China and Russian Federation on the Asia-Pacific as one such example.
  • Researchers say former National Football League player Aaron Hernandez had severe CTE

    Researchers say former National Football League player Aaron Hernandez had severe CTE

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    Aaron Hernandez was a victim of the most severe form of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) discovered in someone his age, The Washington Post reports. This graphic shows the classic features of CTE in the brain of Mr. Hernandez. Researchers at the Boston University School of Medicine CTE Center released scans of the brain of Aaron Hernandez following a post-mortem stud on Thursday.