• FDA approves first non-opioid to treat withdrawal symptoms in adults
FDA approves first non-opioid to treat withdrawal symptoms in adults

The agency noted that the treatment may not completely prevent withdrawal symptoms (eg, anxiety, agitation, sleep problems, muscle aches, sweating, nausea, diarrhea, drug craving), and is only approved for use up to 14 days. Studies in pediatric patients will be conducted on newborns with neonatal opioid withdrawal and studies of various age groups...

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  • Coli outbreak reaches Minnesota, with 10 cases reported
Coli outbreak reaches Minnesota, with 10 cases reported

According to the CDC , 25 states have reported cases of E. coli linked to romaine lettuce. In Minnesota, there are now 10 confirmed cases of E. Grocery stores, restaurants and other providers have been alerted to the possible spread of E. coli , tracing the romaine lettuce back to a Yuma, Arizona, growing region.

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  • Filming Starts On American Gods Season 2
Filming Starts On American Gods Season 2

In the eponymous novel that American Gods is based on, the popular tourist attraction serves as a meeting place for Old Gods like Mr. Wednesday (McShane), Mr. "Me? What am I doing?" In the teaser below, Gaiman shows off The House on the Rock-an essential location from Gaiman's source material that will be included in the second season.

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  • Deutsche Bank quits Wall Street ambition to emphasize on Europe
Deutsche Bank quits Wall Street ambition to emphasize on Europe

As part of the changes, Deutsche Bank put Garth Ritchie, previously co-head of the investment bank, in charge of that entire division, and named a new chief operating officer from the retail-banking division. The bank's earnings report showed the German firm achieved net income of €120 million in Q1, a 79% decline from the same period a year earl...

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  • It's a revenge petition, Jaitley raps Congress
It's a revenge petition, Jaitley raps Congress

As many as 64 members of the Rajya Sabha belonging to seven parties led by the Congress had on Friday submitted an impeachment motion to Vice President M. Loya's death case, Gandhi scion Rahul said that there is hope and millions of Indians can watch the truth. "Never ever so blatantly in the past have national political parties, a few retired ju...

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  • Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 Disaster: 'Almost Everyone' Wore Their Oxygen Masks Incorrectly
Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 Disaster: 'Almost Everyone' Wore Their Oxygen Masks Incorrectly

Investigators say metal fatigue was the likely cause of the accident, and Southwest Airlines has announced an acceleration of its program to inspect CFM56-7B engines used on its Boeing 737 aircraft. Pilot Tammie Jo Shults and the rest of the Southwest crew along with Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly , all expressed their condolences . Reb...

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  • Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce expands to 16 states
Coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce expands to 16 states

The CDC is also putting restaurants on notice, telling all restaurants across the country to ensure their romaine lettuce does not come from the Yuma, Arizona, area and to confirm with their distributors that their lettuce products have not been grown in the area.

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  • 'Mission accomplished': Trump praises 'perfectly executed' strike on Syria
'Mission accomplished': Trump praises 'perfectly executed' strike on Syria

Last year's strike involved 59 missiles. French and British warplanes also fired long-range missiles, while a British submarine launched cruise missiles. US Defence Secretary James Mattis said the air strikes were a "one time shot" to send a strong message to Assad. Macron's office said he spoke by phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin expr...

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  • Steve Wozniak promises to delete his Facebook account in protest
Steve Wozniak promises to delete his Facebook account in protest

In the email , Wozniak said he would pay to keep Facebook from exploiting his personal information. He said the "profits are all based on the user's info, but the users get none of the profits back ". Elon Musk took the plunge last month in the wake of revelations of a sizable data breach that resulted from an affiliation with research firm Ca...

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  • Lindberg leads by three
Lindberg leads by three

Among the other Japanese players, 19-year-old Nasa Hataoka is tied for 32nd at 3 under following her round of 70, while Ai Suzuki, the money leader on the Japan LPGA tour last season, is 9 over for the tournament after shooting 80. She finished out her four birdie, two bogey round with a 4-footer for birdie on the final hole. "I know she's going ...

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  • Parkland Counselors, Deputy Wanted Nikolas Cruz Committed in 2016
Parkland Counselors, Deputy Wanted Nikolas Cruz Committed in 2016

If Cruz had been committed under the Baker Act, it would have made it hard for him to buy a gun legally. This is a developing story . Within days of the February 14 massacre, the Federal Bureau of Investigation admitted it had failed to act on a public tip in January, in which a caller warned Cruz had a "desire to kill people".

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  • Boy Fatally Shoots 13-Year-Old Sister After Argument Over Video Game
Boy Fatally Shoots 13-Year-Old Sister After Argument Over Video Game

Dijonae White , a 13 year old Tupelo , Mississippi teen girl, died over the weekend after being shot by her nine year old brother after refusing to cede a video game controller. It was unclear where the boy got the gun and whether he knew that guns were risky. Read The Clarion-Ledger's full report . 'I don't know if he knew exactly what thi...

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  • Three arrested, charged in United States mosque bombing
Three arrested, charged in United States mosque bombing

In a written statement, the USA attorney's office in Springfield said the men - identified as Michael B. Hari, 47, Joe Morris, 22, and Michael McWhorter, 29 - also face charges of possession of assault rifles, which are classified as machine guns, and attempting to bomb an IL abortion clinic in November.

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  • Defending champions South Africa win twice at USA Sevens
Defending champions South Africa win twice at USA Sevens

Danny Barret scored two tries and Perry Baker and Carlin Isles had one apiece at the Eagles routed Argentina 28-0 in a final few expected. "We had a poor opening match against Wales on Friday and did not play our best rugby against Argentina on Sunday‚ but did well in the other matches".

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  • #NBATwitter Responds To JR Smith's Soup-Throwing Suspension
#NBATwitter Responds To JR Smith's Soup-Throwing Suspension

Smith for one game stems from an incident between Smith and assistant coach Damon Jones in which Smith threw a bowl of soup at Jones, ESPN's Brian Windhorst and Dave McMenamin report . The sad part is that Smith has been the definition of inconsistent this season, shooting under 40% from the field for the fourth time in his career. Smith, the fo...

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  • Simbhaoli Sugars plunges 20% after CBI files fraud case; OBC down 9%
Simbhaoli Sugars plunges 20% after CBI files fraud case; OBC down 9%

He said the promoter of Dwarka Das Seth International, who was booked by the CBI for an alleged fraud of Rs 389.85 crore towards Oriental Bank of Commerce , operated with the same modus operandi of fake LoUs as Nirav Modi . "He had approached me for consultancy on taking loan". The loan turned into an NPA in 2013 and the bank even sold a property...

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  • Indian surgeons remove 'heaviest' brain tumour
Indian surgeons remove 'heaviest' brain tumour

Also, 10 percent of the tumor grew within the man's skull. Pal is now recuperating in the Intensive Care Unit and in stable condition. News of the procedure was made public recently after the hospital ensured the surgery was successful as the patient, Santlal Pal , had recovered, doctors at the facility said.

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  • Pennsylvania Supreme Court Redraws Congressional Districts
Pennsylvania Supreme Court Redraws Congressional Districts

While he said he opposed the majority's decision to write its own plan, he said he was not taking a position on that map's validity. The court's order doesn't offer an explanation for why the districts were renumbered. That deadline was missed when Gov. Tom Wolf rejected a plan put forward by Republican legislative leaders. And the court di...

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  • Mitchell Outduels Oladipo and Others in Dunk Contest
Mitchell Outduels Oladipo and Others in Dunk Contest

First, let's concede that Mitchell was the best dunker in the first round that narrowed the field to himself and Nance. On Saturday night, the 2018 National Basketball Association dunk contest was held at the Staples Center in Los Angeles , where some of the NBA's best dunkers were on display to show off their hops.

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  • CDC tracks highest record of Salmonella linked to backyard poultry in 2017
CDC tracks highest record of Salmonella linked to backyard poultry in 2017

To this end, the US Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) issued a public health advisory back in November of 2017 warning consumers not to use kratom . FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb warned the public about the herbal supplement in a statement this month, saying that "There is no evidence to indicate that kratom is safe or effective for a...

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  • First videos of the new 2018 BMW X4
First videos of the new 2018 BMW X4

The X4 is 81mm longer, has a 54mm stretched wheelbase, 37mm wider and 3mm lower than its predecessor . Short overhangs and subtle hexagonal wheel arches contribute to the vehicle's athletic look that emphasizes its 50:50 front-to-rear weight distribution.

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  • Two children die from the flu in Wichita
Two children die from the flu in Wichita

Nationwide, the CDC reports an additional 16 flu-related pediatric deaths as of the end of last week, bringing the total number of children killed this year by the flu to 53. That year, the CDC estimates 34 million Americans got the flu, with more than 700,000 hospitalized. All can be signs of an underlying bacterial infection.

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  • At Least 2 Killed, 70 Injured In Amtrak Collision With Freight Train
At Least 2 Killed, 70 Injured In Amtrak Collision With Freight Train

A fourth victim is in fair condition. The Lexington County Sheriff later said four buses had been made available to take Amtrak passengers to their final destinations. The Amtrak train, which had 139 passengers and eight crew members on it, was traveling between NY and Miami, CNN reports . No serious injuries were reported for anyone on ...

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  • Eli Manning Says It's Not His Job to Mentor Giants' Young QBs
Eli Manning Says It's Not His Job to Mentor Giants' Young QBs

Webb raved about how much he learned from Manning just by observing and being in the quarterback room. You're always helping them out. "I'm used to that, and it's always about helping the other guys in the room and having great communication, great conversations".

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