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Doctors say India's first uterus transplant successful

Doctors say India's first uterus transplant successful

The operations are meant to help women who want to conceive but can not because they were born without a uterus, suffered damage to it or had to have it removed. Since the nerves are not transplanted ...

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Multiple people contract botulism from gas station cheese, officials say

Multiple people contract botulism from gas station cheese, officials say

She woke up the next morning with double vision, and by that evening, she was vomiting and having trouble breathing, the Sacramento Bee reports. On Tuesday, Kelly's family filed a civil lawsuit ag...

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UK: 'Worst over' in cyber-attack

Hutchins, who uses the name MalwareTech online, is now helping the National Cyber Security Centre with their investigations. It follows the "ransomware" cyber-attack which left NHS trusts across...

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Dayton signs Real ID bill

Dayton signs Real ID bill

A deal was delayed by a dispute over giving driver's licenses for immigrants without proper ID. In the meantime, Minnesota is expected to ask the federal government for an extension in the deadline ...

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Jadhav's case should not be politicised: NA Speaker

According to government sources, since the case has reached the worldwide court, it is incumbent on Pakistan to produce "material evidence" about his whereabout and well- being. Pakistan is yet to giv...

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Brazil Crisis Deepens With Probe of President, Top Senator

Brazil Crisis Deepens With Probe of President, Top Senator

That image of being above it all has certainly worked in one way for Temer: while much of the rest of the political elite became embroiled in corruption scandals, the president remained remarkably unt...

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CDC says parasite could be lurking in swimming pools

CDC says parasite could be lurking in swimming pools

It makes sense that the CDC would urge people not to swim if they have diarrhea but a new survey by the Water Quality and Health Council found that 1 in 4 adults would swim within one hour of having d...

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Congressman Calls For Trump's Impeachment; Says 'Democracy At Risk'

Congressman Calls For Trump's Impeachment; Says 'Democracy At Risk'

When asked by a reporter if the memo's content, if true, would warrant impeachment, U.S. Rep. In light of all of this, House Democrats are pushing harder than ever for Congress to appoint a special pr...

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Medicaid Expansion Takes Center Stage in Senate Health Care Debate

However, remember that the Senate is now trying to fix the House vision of the ACA (Affordable Care Act/Obamacare). The provision was added in the final days before the bill's passage to win conse...

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Major Cyber Attack With Stolen NSA Tools Hits Systems Worldwide

A global cyberattack second wave was awaited Monday morning as employees in about 150 countries went back to work braced for aftershocks of Friday's attack, being referred to as the worst "online exto...

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The NSA told Microsoft about EternalBlue hack used in WannaCry

In theory, when outsiders find these problems they notify the maker to get them fixed; instead, in some cases they are used to penetrate a computer for criminal or intelligence purposes, as the NSA di...

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1 in 6 newlywed spouses are of different race or ethnicity

1 in 6 newlywed spouses are of different race or ethnicity

Pew's Intermarriage in the USA 50 Years After Loving v. Virginia shows one in ten married people (not just newlyweds) in 2015 also had a spouse of a different race or ethnicity. It found white Ameri...

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Trusts told to remain vigilant with updated cyber-attack guidance

It said: 'There were no infected computers in North East GP practices and the priority through this global malware incident was to protect the NHS computer network, clinical systems and patient data -...

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Deadly tornadoes leave people trapped, unaccounted for in Wisconsin, Oklahoma

Deadly tornadoes leave people trapped, unaccounted for in Wisconsin, Oklahoma

The severe storm that hit the Chetek area started to develop about two hours earlier in the St. Paul area, according to meteorologist Mike Griesinger of the National Weather Service in Chanhassen. A...

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Lookin At Lee eyes Preakness glory after strong run in Derby

Lookin At Lee eyes Preakness glory after strong run in Derby

Classic Empire received a Gate 5 starting spot in the post position draw for the 10-horse field on Wednesday afternoon. Michael Veitch writes about horse racing Wednesdays in The Saratogian. Always ...

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Donate to Relay for Life and be the Wellesley principal's pal

Donate to Relay for Life and be the Wellesley principal's pal

For the first time in recent years, Kings Mountain Relay will merge with the county event and numerous teams are ready to have fun on the theme, "Super Heroes, " and rally for a good cause. The openin...

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Karthik replaces injured Pandey for ICC Champions Trophy

Karthik replaces injured Pandey for ICC Champions Trophy

Karthik's inclusion will boost the middle-order. Karthik was one of the five stand-byes and has been rewarded for his stupendous form in the domestic cricket last season. Having played 23 Tests and ...

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The UO is taking steps to protect campus from ransomware

However, there is a huge debate if cyber insurance also covers the ransom paid to cyber criminals. According to the FT, the cost of updating older Windows versions "went from US$200 (RM865.50) per d...

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Fidget Spinners: The fad distracting the nation

Fidget Spinners: The fad distracting the nation

You can pick up a spinner in Katherine for a reasonable $5. There have been several reports this gadget has caused major distractions in the classroom, and have been banned in schools in the U.K. Th...

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Texas governor: Latinos shouldn't fear 'sanctuary city' ban

Texas governor: Latinos shouldn't fear 'sanctuary city' ban

However, the San Antonio City Council has not taken action to consider joining a lawsuit against the state. The lawsuit named all 10 City Council members, Mayor Steve Adler, Interim City Manager Ela...

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Some Starbucks now have coffee ice cubes -- for 80 cents a pop

Some Starbucks now have coffee ice cubes -- for 80 cents a pop

Monday, the coffeehouse chain introduced coffee ice cubes (yes, ice cubes made of coffee) in 100 stores in St. Louis and Baltimore, spokesperson Holly Shafer told ABC News . So in if you live in Ba...

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John Kasich has his told-ya-so moment

John Kasich has his told-ya-so moment

Kasich, who ran against Trump in the Republican presidential primary a year ago, said "this is not a time for Republicans to hide" but also argued it's not a "time for Democrats to exploit". Elected o...

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Baahubali 2 Hoists Its Victory Flag in Pakistan

Baahubali 2 Hoists Its Victory Flag in Pakistan

By the end of 16 days only, the film has collected, Nett Rs. 855 crores and Rs. 1090 Crores as gross. Cyber criminals started demanding the money from makers of Baahubali asking them to get pay of two...

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UK Labour's main union backer can't see party winning election

UK Labour's main union backer can't see party winning election

The problem comes if these higher earners, who pay over 40 percent of income tax receipts, take evasive action. He was speaking after Labour published its general election manifesto setting out ...

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GM to stop selling cars in India but not pulling out

GM to stop selling cars in India but not pulling out

General Motors Co.is pulling its Chevrolet brand out of India, South Africa and East Africa by the end of 2017. Its production, however, grew about 16 per cent to 83,368 units most of which were e...

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The older the doctor, the higher the patient mortality rate, study finds

The older the doctor, the higher the patient mortality rate, study finds

For physicians from 50 to 59 years old, the patients' 30-day mortality rate was 11.3%. For doctors under 40 years old, the mortality rates of elderly patients within the first 30 days was 10.8 perce...

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Not Sleeping Well? People May Avoid You

Not Sleeping Well? People May Avoid You

The pictures were given to 122 people to rate how much they would like to socialize with the study participants. A couple of bad nights is enough to make a person look "significantly" more ugly, their...

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Jadhav case: ICJ to deliver verdict on death sentence by Pakistan shortly

Jadhav case: ICJ to deliver verdict on death sentence by Pakistan shortly

He spoke to External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj to thank and appreciated efforts of advocate Harish Salve, who represented India in Jadhav case. The provisional relief provided by ICJ is the fir...

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Tornadoes in Wisconsin, Oklahoma leave 2 dead

Tornadoes in Wisconsin, Oklahoma leave 2 dead

Tornadoes reportedly touched down in four other states, including Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska and Wisconsin , killing two people and injuring dozens of others. One person in a auto was killed, the stat...

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Parasites could be lurking in your sushi, doctors warn

Parasites could be lurking in your sushi, doctors warn

An upper gastrointestinal endoscopy revealed a parasitic worm penetrating his stomach. The man's doctor, Joana Carmo said most cases of anisakiasis occurred in Japan but it was becoming more commo...

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Consternation on Capitol Hill over Trump's Russian Federation meeting

Comey or anyone else to end any investigation, including any investigation involving General Flynn", the White House said, adding, "The President has the utmost respect for our law enforcement agencie...

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One Man Dead and Others Injured After Elk City, OK Tornado

One Man Dead and Others Injured After Elk City, OK Tornado

Elk City, Oklahoma bore the brunt of the damage, with dozens of homes visibly destroyed after a tornado ripped through the small city, an NBC affiliate station reported. 40 homes have been destroyed a...

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Trump and Erdogan sit down for first White House meeting

While it remained unknow whether Trump would change course on arming Syrian Kurds, recent response from the US State Department and the Pentagon indicated that a consensus had been reached across the ...

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Huffman wins from breakaway in Stage 4 of Tour of California

Huffman wins from breakaway in Stage 4 of Tour of California

The Santa Barbara route was one of the numerous panoramic sections along the course during the seven-stage cycling competition. American rider Evan Huffman won from a five-man breakaway that barely ...

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Drug use in workplace at highest point in 12 years

Drug use in workplace at highest point in 12 years

Colorado and Washington, the first states to legalize recreational marijuana, have seen particularly large increases in positive test results and now exceed the national average, but they still lag fa...

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