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Around 30,000 babies are born prematurely in the United States each year and many suffer for the rest of their lives as a result. There are two tubes, one sucking blood out of the infant then running it through an oxygenator and another feeding the blood back into the body.
  • Texas sees major spike in mumps cases

    Texas sees major spike in mumps cases

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    Several states, including Texas, has reported positive mumps cases in individuals who traveled to South Padre Island over the middle of March. Roberts said the best preventative measure is to get vaccinated, and one mother is taking that advice seriously.
  • ADB forecasts Kazakh economic growth to reach 2.4%

    ADB forecasts Kazakh economic growth to reach 2.4%

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    Consumer inflation remain modest, averaging 1.8 percent past year within the two to four percent target of the central bank. Asia's developing economies will see steady growth this year and the next, though the evolving policies. According to Ramayandi, ADB anticipated three to four interest hikes from the Federal Reserve this year bringing the rate to range from 1.25 to 1.5 percent, with another possible four hikes next year to bring the rate at a range of 2.25 to 2.5 percent.
  • Baby giraffe facts: What to expect after April's baby is born

    Baby giraffe facts: What to expect after April's baby is born

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    In a Facebook post Friday, they expected April to give birth soon, and they would be "shocked" if she went through the weekend without giving birth. Animal Adventure Park officials can not retain offspring, as it would lead to incestuous mating and undermine the genetics of the program and species.
  • More severe weather expected in Alabama, Georgia

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    NWS Charleston places the thunderstorm risk at level three, which means there are numerous severe storms expected in the area. A couple of tornadoes may be strong as high values of shear and instability combine to produce long-lived supercell thunderstorms.
  • 6 remain hospitalized from hotel carbon monoxide poisonings

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    The Niles Police Department said they believe the carbon-monoxide leak was caused by a broken pool heater. Article is invalid or is no longer published. "I couldn't even see them breathing", she recalled. "I have never seen something like this in 30 years", the fire captain added. Officials are trying to find the source of the leak.
  • As GOP schism grows, Trump attacks fellow Republicans

    As GOP schism grows, Trump attacks fellow Republicans

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    Another congressional member organization, the Tuesday Group, is more centrist and was established in 1994. A war of words between U.S. Rep. Justin Amash, R-MI, and President Donald Trump started Thursday on Twitter . In the wake of the health care defeat, Trump called Freedom Caucus members "friends of mine", while still expressing disappointment and surprise that the health care bill didn't pass.
  • We can fix health care, with compassion

    We can fix health care, with compassion

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    During a Saturday town hall in Hardwick, Vermont, Sanders promised to introduce legislation "within a couple of weeks", Vermont Public Radio reported . In the short term, Sanders advocated his bill that would lower the cost of prescription drugs. Truman envisioned a national insurance system that would tax every working American and pay for medical costs, as well as wages lost while sick.
  • Formula One: Daniel Ricciardo misses start, exits early at Australian GP

    Formula One: Daniel Ricciardo misses start, exits early at Australian GP

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    Red Bull Racing insists Formula 1's ban on trick suspension systems did not play a role in it trailing Ferrari and Mercedes at the Australian Grand Prix . The more laps we get with this vehicle the more we're learning. "For all these things to happen at my home race, that is probably the most frustrating thing", he said.
  • Ireland's coach unsure of Coleman timeline for recovery

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    A hard-fought encounter saw Allen involved in the first major incident of the game when he was struck by the swinging forearm of Stoke City team-mate Glenn Whelan. Buffon made a single save during the match, his 168th match for the national side, as Italy are tied with Spain on 13 points in Group G . However, Spain are on top owing to the goal difference.
  • Authorities Arrest Suspect Linked to MN JCC Bomb Threats

    Authorities Arrest Suspect Linked to MN JCC Bomb Threats

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    Israel's Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said in a text message that the national police force led a "complex worldwide investigation, together with law enforcement agencies around the world, which led to the arrest of the suspect". -Israeli citizen. They have banned publication of his name. Israeli police say the threats also caused "significant economic damage". Nimrod Vax, a co-founder of the U.S.
  • Turtle that swallowed 1000 coins dies

    Turtle that swallowed 1000 coins dies

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    The green sea turtle named Omsin, "piggy bank" in Thai, began having trouble swimming, being it swallowed 11 pounds of coins that tourists thew into the its pond to make a wish - something vets have urged the public to stop. Many of them had corroded or partially dissolved. The animal had consumed more than 900 coins, which were thrown into her pool by people seeking good luck.
  • High-cost drug helps slash cholesterol

    High-cost drug helps slash cholesterol

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    The Amgen drug and a similar one, sold by Sanofi and Regeneron, were approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in 2015 with the hope - and expectation - that they would lower the risk of heart attacks and strokes, and not just reduce levels of LDL cholesterol, the risky kind.
  • Man arrested after breaching White House grounds

    Man arrested after breaching White House grounds

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    The unidentified man scaled the fence on the compound's east side at 11:38 p.m. and made it to the building's South Portico entrance before he was caught by uniformed Secret Service officers. It was a troubled person", Trump said. In addition to the two cans of mace, one of which was in his jacket pocket, Tran was carrying a USA passport, an Apple laptop, a book written by Trump, and a letter to the president, the report states.
  • 500 kg Egyptian woman undergoes weight-loss surgery

    500 kg Egyptian woman undergoes weight-loss surgery

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    Eman has been in hospital since early February when she was moved out of her home for the first time in 25 years by removing the wall from her room, and a crane to lift her out of her bed. Shen she arrived at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport she was transported to Saifee Hospital for the surgery on a truck in February. Lakdawala's team put her on a special liquid diet when she arrived in India to get her weight down to a low enough level for them to be able to operate.
  • NASCAR returns to Atlanta for weekend of action

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    That allowed Brad Keselowski to pass him. He won the pole. Sunday afternoon's NASCAR race started under cloudy skies, which helped quell the fear of heat-related tire blowouts. The Daytona 500 provided a typically entertaining start to the NASCAR Cup Series season last Sunday, complete with massive wrecks that took out almost half the field and likely made things particularly frustrating for fantasy players.
  • Legalized Pot Poses a Threat to Kids, Doctors Warn

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    Changes in the legal status of marijuana may lower teen perceptions of the risk and lead more to start smoking pot, the organization said in a statement. Marijuana use is legal in a number of states, including Alaska, California, Colorado, Washington, Oregon, Massachusetts, Nevada, Maine and the District of Columbia.
  • Chelsea vs Swansea City

    Chelsea vs Swansea City

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    Referee Neil Swarbrick didn't see the wrong in the occasion, and the game went on. "Yeah, of course we can" said one Manchester City fan, who was feeling very confident about his sides chances of catching Chelsea . "My players are deserving of this". Fabregas was the Blues' best player in the first half, dictating the tempo in midfield and opening the scoring in the 19th minute, poking the ball in after expertly controlling a Pedro cutback.
  • Having A Cat Does Not Cause Mental Illness, New Study Suggests

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    The other studies relied on the recollections of the subjects past, which were more prone to error than checking them yourself. Cats are the primary hosts of T. James Kirkbride said in a statement . It included the results of periodic mental health evaluations, as well as information on whether the children's homes had cats , either when the mother was pregnant or when the children were growing up.
  • Life expectancy set to hit 90 in South Korea

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    Men born in 2030 are predicted to enjoy life expectancy of 84.1 years in South Korea and 84 years in Australia and Switzerland. Humans in developed nations are living longer than ever before, with life expectancy in some countries soon expected to surpass 90 years, an worldwide team of researchers project.
  • A rare deadly disease linked to rats has appeared in the Bronx

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    The disease is treatable with antibiotics. Two of the patients recovered while one has died. Some infected people may have no symptoms at all. People can become infected with Leptospira bacteria when they come into contact with the urine of infected animals, or with an environment that's been contaminated with urine from infected animals, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .
  • Marathon charges $89000 a year for new new muscular dystrophy drug

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    Northbrook, Illinois-based Marathon Pharmaceuticals announced on Thursday that it had snagged an FDA green light for corticosteroid Emflaza, known generically as deflazacort. A physical therapist treats a patient with DMD. According to scientists, at week 12 the patients who were under deflazacort showed improvements in their muscle strength compared to those who were taking a placebo.
  • Sargento recalls cheeses over listeria concerns

    Sargento recalls cheeses over listeria concerns

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    There have been no reports of illness associated with the recalled cheese products. The recalled products are 6.84-ounce packages of Sargento Ultra Thin Sliced Longhorn Colby. The company is monitoring this issue to ensure the situation will be resolved in a timely manner. "The Food and Drug Administration is investigating the source and extent of the contamination and determining how many retailers received these batches of cheese".
  • ObamaCare plan could take until next year

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    With conservatives clamoring for quick action on dismantling and replacing the Affordable Care Act , the White House on Tuesday sought to reassure supporters that President Trump and congressional Republicans were still on track to complete work on legislation before the end of the year.
  • President Trump takes action at inauguration

    President Trump takes action at inauguration

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    More than 80,000 people had gathered in London alone in support of women's rights and against Trump's sexism. Britain and the United States have a "special relationship", but leading lights of Britain's political establishment have been derisive of Trump during the presidential campaign.
  • Winter storm watch starts Monday evening

    Winter storm watch starts Monday evening

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    A winter storm warning is posted throughout most of the rest of the state, including in Allegany County. KTVB Chief Meteorologist Rick Lantz says if the cold air is forced out, the snow could turn to rain, and that could keep snow amounts below four inches.
  • Lawmakers lashing back against pipeline protests with new legislation

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    Craig Stevens, spokesman for the Midwest Alliance for Infrastructure Now (MAIN) Coalition, called the move to delay completion of the DAPL project-perhaps by years-a political stunt. Comments on the scope of the environmental impact statement will be due no later than February 20, the Army Corp said . In addition, the agency will examine the extent and location of the tribe's Lake Oahe treaty rights.
  • Bigg Boss Day 92: Mona Gets A Ring, Bani & Lopa Drama Continues

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    Since Vikrant is also staying inside the house till the wedding, his Haldi ceremony also took place along with Mona . He talks about why she allowed a male to apply gel to her back. Bigg Boss further calls the sanchalaks Manveer and Rohan in the confession room and gives them a piece of his mind for being extremely irresponsible and for not stopping Lopa from reading the letter.After the first buzzer rings, Mona volunteers to go first and delivers Manu's parcel.
  • CDC: Alaskan Wild Salmon May Have Japanese Tapeworm

    CDC: Alaskan Wild Salmon May Have Japanese Tapeworm

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    According to the infection result by D.latum, Dr. Wlliam Schaffner tells,"we think this Japanese version would not be any different, although very little is actually known about this variant of tapeworms". "Is this a teeny-tiny proportion of the population, or is this something the average family doctor better learn about?" he asked. The scientists, however, warn the problem could spread if not remedied: Because salmon is often packed and transported on ice (but not frozen), the tapeworm's ...
  • Minnesota health officials urge flu shots as flu activity increases

    Minnesota health officials urge flu shots as flu activity increases

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    Fewer than one in four Saskatchewan residents have protected themselves from the flu this winter. During the last week of December, there was a spike of 175 cases. A runny nose, coughing, headaches, fatigue and fever can all be signs that someone has the flu, which is often treated with rest, hydration and over-the-counter medication.
  • Maybe that workout can wait till the weekend?

    Maybe that workout can wait till the weekend?

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    The World Health Organisation recommends at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity activity, or at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity activity every week for adults. If you struggle to find the time or motivation to do exercise during the week, don't panic. The study found weekend warriors took part in mostly high-intensity exercise: 94% of them played sports.
  • Northern Ireland's McGuinness to resign over political crisis

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    His resignation puts the 1998 power-sharing agreement between unionists and republicans in crisis. Her most important job has been, and will remain, that of a wife, mother and daughter.' previous year, the DUP MLA Jim Wells was caught on mic in a Public Accounts Committee session joking: 'I am brilliant with women under the age of eight and great with those over the age of eighty - it's the ones in between I can't cope with'.
  • New peanut allergy prevention guidelines start in babies

    New peanut allergy prevention guidelines start in babies

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    The infants in the high-risk category are those that suffer from severe eczema, an egg allergy, or both. Don't try to introduce peanuts to an infant who isn't yet started on solid foods. Babies with mild to moderate eczema can be fed food that contains peanuts around six months. According to a food allergy organization, three million Americans report allergies to peanuts and tree nuts.
  • One game Grayson Allen suspension was "appropriate"

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    After what felt like eons of waiting, Duke fans finally saw what a healthy Blue Devil team could look like in Wednesday's rout of Georgia Tech. At the time, coming after the Elon game in Greensboro when Allen tripped Steven Santa Ana, it seemed like a commentary on Allen's inability to stop lashing out with his feet.
  • Couple charged in violent sex assault of toddler

    Couple charged in violent sex assault of toddler

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    Following the incident the toddler was taken to University Hospital where she was in stable condition Wednesday, the Express-News reported. Medical staff examining the girl said it was clear she was not bitten by dogs, Salazar said . Sheriff Salazar said that the toddler was found to have been suffering from several stab wounds to her upper body as well as to the "private areas of her body".
  • Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner Reportedly Buy $5.6 Million House in DC

    Ivanka Trump, Jared Kushner Reportedly Buy $5.6 Million House in DC

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    Kalorama residents told the New York Times that the Obamas' property is undergoing extensive security renovations and there will be a security checkpoint at the intersection of Tracy Place and Belmont Road. While contractually unable to confirm the location, Washington Fine Properties agent William F.X. Moody did confirm to The Washingtonian that a deal had been completed for Ivanka's family to move in.
  • Search underway for missing plane in Ohio

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    The Coast Guard said Friday it would step aside to allow Cleveland to begin recovery efforts. Capt. Michael Mullen of the U.S. Coast Guard answers questions during a news conference at Burke Lakefront Airport, Friday, Dec. Unified Command determined three vessels will be in Lake Erie on Sunday, the blog says. The Coast Guard also stated poor visibility, 19 miles per hour wind speeds, and 4- to 6-foot seas as the conditions during the time of the Cessna 172's apparent crash.
  • Sydney's controversial lockout laws to be relaxed

    Sydney's controversial lockout laws to be relaxed

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    The changes also include the sale of takeaway alcohol being pushed to 11pm instead of 10pm, the extension of the liquor licence freeze in the CBD and Kings Cross until June 1, 2018, increasing small bar patron capacity from 60 to 100, and providing automatic extended trading to 2am for small bars in the CBD.