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Bone treats are real bones that have been processed, sometimes flavored, and packaged for dogs. "Giving your dog a bone treat might lead to an unexpected trip to your veterinarian, a possible emergency surgery, or even death for your pet", veterinarian Carmela Stamper said in the published warning.
  • Matt Henry replaces injured Tim Southee for first Test vs West Indies

    Matt Henry replaces injured Tim Southee for first Test vs West Indies

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    Unlike the West Indies , who have had a recent diet of Test cricket, New Zealand are fresh from a limited overs series in India and have not worn their whites since the 1-0 series loss to South Africa in March. Without strike bowler Southee, and a lack of experience among the New Zealand middle order batsmen, West Indies captain Jason Holder sees the key to success as the swift removal of senior batsmen Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor.
  • Beavers to name Jonathan Smith new head coach

    Beavers to name Jonathan Smith new head coach

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    He was a graduate assistant at Oregon State from 2002-03. Until something is announced in this day and age, it is wise not to take it as gospel but all signs point to Jonathan Smith taking over in Corvallis and he will have a real challenge on his hands upon arrival.
  • Get hitched to stave off risk of dementia

    Get hitched to stave off risk of dementia

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    But no elevated risk was found among divorcees compared with those who were still married. However, many other factors are involved, so it's doesn't automatically mean that widowhood exposes people to the dementia risk. As the results were based on observational studies, firm conclusions on the cause and effect couldn't be drawn. Marriage could encourage both partners to exercise more, eat more healthily and smoke and drink less, as well as offering more opportunities for social engagement, ...
  • World Malaria Report 2017

    World Malaria Report 2017

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    According to the global health body, 15 countries accounted for 80 per cent of all malaria cases globally in 2016. In 2016, there were an estimated 445,000 deaths from malaria in the world, compared to 446,000 estimated deaths in 2015. In 2016, an estimated 54% of people at risk of malaria in sub-Saharan Africa slept under an ITN compared to 30% in 2010. The Geneva-based United Nations agency said the most common unlicensed or substandard products are anti-malaria drugs and antibiotics, ...
  • Almost 800000 cancers worldwide caused by obesity & diabetes

    Almost 800000 cancers worldwide caused by obesity & diabetes

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    Carrying too much weight resulted in 544,300 cancer cases worldwide in 2012, while diabetes caused 280,100 incidences; together making up almost six per cent of global cases, according to the first study of its kind. " Our study shows that diabetes, either on its own or combined with being overweight, is responsible for hundreds of thousands of cancer cases each year across the world ".
  • Ghanaian leader condemns slavery of black African migrants in Libya

    Ghanaian leader condemns slavery of black African migrants in Libya

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    The heartbreaking images also showed some migrants being tortured to death by individuals in Libyan military wears. Meanwhile, France's ambassador to the UN Francois Delattre has urged the Security Council to impose sanctions on the people involved in Libya's slave trade of African refugees and migrants.
  • DeAndre Yedlin: 'Newcastle United must stick together'

    DeAndre Yedlin: 'Newcastle United must stick together'

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    If we cannot sign anybody, what can we do? "I think the fans have been really good all season", said Benitez. 'We were surprised when the team was top six, top eight. "It will be tough, but I still think we are in a good position", Benitez was quoted by the Telegraph. "The reality is that we have a team which has to compete at the bottom of the table".
  • Yeti or bear? DNA study debunks 'abominable snowman' claims

    Yeti or bear? DNA study debunks 'abominable snowman' claims

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    A new study into the creature - aka the Yeti - analyses the DNA of purported samples of its bone, teeth, skin, hair and faeces and discovers a lot of them to be from bears. The team which investigated samples such as a scrap of skin from the hand or paw of a "Yeti" - part of a monastic relic - and a fragment of femur bone from a decayed "Yeti" found in a cave on the Tibetan Plateau found that he skin sample belonged to an Asian black bear, and the bone from a Tibetan brown bear.
  • HIV Epidemic in Europe Growing at 'Alarming Pace'

    HIV Epidemic in Europe Growing at 'Alarming Pace'

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    CDC previously estimated that, in 2011, the median time from HIV infection to diagnosis was three years and seven months. The CDC describes this as a "considerable decrease" that can be attributed to rigorous prevention efforts. A positive HIV test allows an individual to get the treatment they need in order to live longer, healthier lives. The preventative drug regimen known as PrEP can also help people significantly reduce the risk of becoming infected.