• Join Blue and Prevent the Flu - National Influenza Vaccination Week

    Join Blue and Prevent the Flu - National Influenza Vaccination Week

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    Each year, millions of Americans receive a flu shot in the hopes of reducing their risk of contracting seasonal influenza or at least in the hopes of lessening the symptoms if they do contract the disease. Health experts say this year's vaccine is only believed to be 10% effective. "Every year, there are deaths from influenza and pneumonia, and certainly, influenza is something to be concerned about", Sweeney said.
  • Obama in Chicago on Tuesday for Rahm climate summit

    Obama in Chicago on Tuesday for Rahm climate summit

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    Other mayors expected to attend include Ed Lee of San Francisco, Valerie Plante of Montreal and Miguel Angel Mancera of Mexico City. "We lead respectively where there is no consensus or directive out of our national governments". Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo said city residents will be victims as a result. It also calls for them to work with scientific and academic experts to find solutions.
  • Rohingya crisis: United Nations human rights chief calls for criminal investigation

    Rohingya crisis: United Nations human rights chief calls for criminal investigation

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    Zeid slammed "widespread, systematic and shockingly brutal" attacks against the Rohingya, as well as policies that had dehumanised and segregated the minority, and left it wallowing in statelessness for decades. Instead, the Council dispatched three teams to Bangladesh to conduct interviews with Rohingya and other groups in sprawling refugee camps around Cox's Bazar and elsewhere in southeastern Bangladesh.
  • Exhausted of waiting, man makes own food at empty SC Waffle House

    Exhausted of waiting, man makes own food at empty SC Waffle House

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    With no other customers, and no staff in sight, he chose to take matters into his own hands and cook up a feast. That is when he spotted a worker sleeping in a booth which was his signal to hit the grill. A U.S. army medic's late night quest for a snack has gone viral, after he ended up cooking his own meal on finding the restaurant empty and the only worker asleep.
  • 36 people die in food-related disease outbreak in South Africa

    36 people die in food-related disease outbreak in South Africa

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    He said the majority of cases have been reported in Gauteng, Western Cape and KwaZulu-Natal provinces. "Of these 70 cases, 36 persons have perished", said Motsoaledi. farms and agriculture as well as food processing plants. People with the disease usually suffer from a flu-like illness‚ diarrhoea accompanied by a fever‚ general body pains‚ vomiting and weakness.
  • Atiku, Makarfi in closed-door meeting

    Atiku, Makarfi in closed-door meeting

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    The chairman of the Convention Planning Committee, who is also the Governor of Delta State, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, gave an assurance that the "electoral process will be free, fair and credible". However, things took a dramatic turn when less than 24 hours after the purported endorsement, a youth group under the auspices of Northern Youths Politicians of Concerned PDP Like-Minds, dissociated itself from the stand of the elders, stating it was no business of the north to determine who emerged ...
  • 'Comforts for Baby' purified water recalled after mold complaints

    'Comforts for Baby' purified water recalled after mold complaints

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    The recall, announced Monday, affects gallon bottles with a sell-by date between 4/26/2018 and 10/10/2018. However, according to the FDA, the mold is not necessarily visible to the naked eye. "Customers who see discoloration in the product are welcome to return it to our stores for a refund". The affected products are labeled "Comforts For Baby Purified Water with Fluoride" and bear the plant code 51-4140 and the UPC number 0 41260 37597 2.
  • First US birth for woman with transplanted uterus occurs in Texas

    First US birth for woman with transplanted uterus occurs in Texas

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    A child has been born, at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas, to a woman born without a uterus . As of past year, the Swedish doctor who was the first in the world to deliver a baby as a result of a womb transplant had delivered five babies from women with such transplants, the AP reported.
  • S&P 500 Utilities Sector SPDR (XLU): KAMA Trending Higher on This Stock

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    The Williams %R oscillates in a range from 0 to -100. The RSI, or Relative Strength Index, is a widely used technical momentum indicator that compares price movement over time. ADX is used to gauge trend strength but not trend direction. When combined with the Plus Directional Indicator (+DI) and Minus Directional Indicator (-DI), it can help decipher the trend direction as well.