• 'Sister We Win' gala to support breast cancer patients
'Sister We Win' gala to support breast cancer patients

Christine Conley, candidate for state representative for Connecticut's 40th district of Groton and Ledyard, held a press conference Saturday criticizing Rep. Hence, women should go for breast screening so that the cancer can be diagnosed early. In the face of my diagnosis I found I had to be fearless far more often than I could be a coward.

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  • More women accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct
More women accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct

Donald Trump contends he doesn't know and never even met some of the women accusing him of sexual assault. DONALD Trump's bid for the White House has been thrown into yet more turmoil after another woman came forward to claim he sexually harassed her.

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  • What You Need to Know About Flu Shots
What You Need to Know About Flu Shots

But you'll need to check with your insurance company to be sure. In addition to getting vaccinated, Ely reminds that people can take everyday preventive steps like staying away from sick people and washing your hands to stop the spread of germs.

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  • Outlet mall turns fountains pink for October
Outlet mall turns fountains pink for October

Its October, which means not only is Fall, but time for Breast Cancer Awareness Month . Among women, no cancer poses a greater threat than breast cancer, which the World Health Organization reports is the most often diagnosed cancer both in the developed and developing worlds.

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  • Minn. sisters in Seychelles died of excess fluid in lungs, autopsy finds
Minn. sisters in Seychelles died of excess fluid in lungs, autopsy finds

The Seychelles Nation , the island's major newspaper, reported that police said a Maia Luxury Resort manager found the sisters "unresponsive" in their villa on September 22. The Eden Prairie natives were found by a manager at the Maia Luxury Resort they were staying at. The hotel is located less than 8km - or a 13-minute drive - from the Maia...

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  • Upside to Morning Sickness: Fewer Miscarriages, Stillbirths
Upside to Morning Sickness: Fewer Miscarriages, Stillbirths

All were newly pregnant, as confirmed by a urine test, and enrolled in the study between June 2007 and July 2011. Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) spokeswoman Janine Elson said: "Nausea and vomiting are symptoms of pregnancy which affects around 80% of women to some degree".

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  • No change in hospital antibiotic use overall in recent years
No change in hospital antibiotic use overall in recent years

The threat of resistant bacteria was the only topic on the agenda of an all-day "high-level meeting" that took place this week. Antibiotic resistance is a serious problem, but Abramovitch says it's fixable. Along with vaccines, antibiotics have considerably improved the life expectancy of people all over the world. "The emergence of bacterial res...

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  • 'Power Rangers' Character Posters Want You To
'Power Rangers' Character Posters Want You To "Go Go" See The Movie

In the Power Rangers series, Zords were huge assault vehicles that the Rangers would pilot during a battle. Whether it's new details, images or a trailer is still unknown, but we have every reason to believe that we'll get a trailer since the film comes out early next year.

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  • Exercising regularly could save you up $2500 a year
Exercising regularly could save you up $2500 a year

Senior study author Khurram Nasir, director of the Center for Healthcare Advancement & Outcomes and the High Risk Cardiovascular Disease Clinic at Baptist Health South Florida, told CBS News, "We specifically wanted to inform the public the degree of impact [exercise] may have on reducing the financial risk from health care costs".

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  • Clinton and Trump courting Ohio voters on Labor Day
Clinton and Trump courting Ohio voters on Labor Day

Pre-Labor Day polls generally show Trump trailing Clinton, but within striking distance. Clinton said it was "interesting that this activity has happened around the time Trump became the nominee" and said the Republican nominee's ties to Putin - including glowing statements - "raises even more serious questions about Trump".

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  • DOH confirms 6th Zika case in Philippines
DOH confirms 6th Zika case in Philippines

The newest case is the sixth confirmed case of Zika virus infection in the country since 2012, when the first case of Zika infection was acquired locally by a 15-year-old boy in Cebu City. People with Zika virus can have symptoms including mild fever, skin rash, conjunctivitis, muscle and joint pain, malaise or headache. Most of the confirmed Zik...

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  • Millions of bees killed in SC
Millions of bees killed in SC

As a final note, it's worth pointing out that no one in SC has contracted Zika from a mosquito, though several dozen cases of travel-related Zika have been recorded in the state. "There's some ignorance involved they don't know how important the bees are, with the chemicals what effect they would have on them". But it appears they did not think a...

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  • Police waiting at Chris Brown's home after woman seeks help
Police waiting at Chris Brown's home after woman seeks help

Chris Ramirez told reporters that the call came early Tuesday from outside the residence in the Tarzana neighborhood. Brown also says "Black Lives Matter" and "Fuck the police" and "Y'all can suck a fart out my ass for all I care". Fuck everybody". "I don't sleep half the damn night I just wake up to all these. helicopters, choppers is around...

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  • Tropical depression could bring heavy rain to North Carolina
Tropical depression could bring heavy rain to North Carolina

According to NBC News, Gaston is sat around 655 miles south-east of Bermuda, and is moving north-west towards Florida on Saturday. All residents from the northeastern Gulf Coast to the coastal Carolinas should continue to monitor the progress of this disturbance and review what preparations are needed if a strong tropical storm threatens.

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  • German economy minister says EU-US trade talks have failed
German economy minister says EU-US trade talks have failed

Britain was a major advocate of the deal but has now voted to leave the EU. Earlier this month, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said his government could stop helping to stem the flow of refugees and migrants to Europe if Brussels failed to relax travel rules for Turks from October.

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  • Kate Middleton Recycles LK Bennett Dress for Luton Appearance with Prince William
Kate Middleton Recycles LK Bennett Dress for Luton Appearance with Prince William

Youthscape's Luton Director Alex Shaw told Premier's News Hour she was encouraged to see the couple's heart for young people . The charity has pioneered a number of projects, including SelfharmUK, an initiative aimed at helping people recover from self-harm.

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  • Obama to visit Baton Rouge next week
Obama to visit Baton Rouge next week

The president's visit there at this time could actually become a burden more than anything else. The White House has said President Obama will visit Louisiana next Tuesday to view first-hand the effects of vast floods that have left 13 dead and tens of thousands displaced, the country's worst natural disaster since Superstorm Sandy in 2012.

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  • Obama administration strengthens efficiency standards for large trucks
Obama administration strengthens efficiency standards for large trucks

CNG trucks emit 23 percent less greenhouse gas emissions than their diesel truck counterparts. "The whole suite of technology to help commercial fleets do their jobs in a positive way provides a lot of pull for Cummins products", said Brian Mormino, executive director of environmental strategy and compliance at Cummins Inc., one of the largest en...

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  • Berlin urges London not to postpone Brexit after delay reports
Berlin urges London not to postpone Brexit after delay reports

The Government won't want to start the clock by triggering Article 50 until it is ready (and possibly not until after the French and German elections in May and September next year). The role played by economic diplomacy is crucial to delivery of the objectives I have been set by the prime minister as global trade secretary and I believe it is impe...

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  • Second mosquito pool tested positive for West Nile Virus in Perth County
Second mosquito pool tested positive for West Nile Virus in Perth County

The state reported 23 human cases previous year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Symptoms of WNV infection are often mild and may include fever, headache, nausea, vomiting, a rash, muscle weakness or swollen lymph nodes.

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  • Florida State's QB Francois focused on himself, not Winston
Florida State's QB Francois focused on himself, not Winston

Expected to be the starter in 2015, Maguire lost the job to transfer Everett Golson the week of the season opener. Maguire returned to the field for preseason camp and had been competing with redshirt freshman Deondre Francois for the starting role.

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  • Officials ask for more power to control Zika
Officials ask for more power to control Zika

It also said it has increased mosquito surveillance and control, and has ramped up medical preparedness including screening, diagnosing and caring for infected individuals. There is no cure for the virus, which causes no symptoms in four out of five cases. Thirty-three American service members, including one pregnant woman, have been diagnosed ...

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  • Yankees trade Aroldis Chapman to Cubs, per report
Yankees trade Aroldis Chapman to Cubs, per report

On the other hand, trading Chapman is understandable. If the Yankees do indeed deal Chapman before the trade deadline on August 1, expect Brian Cashman and the management team to receive a great deal in return. They are hoping to finish the talks with the Cubs to be able to ship Chapman and take in Torres in the process. The Nationals, Cubs a...

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  • FDA temporarily stopped Juno's cancer treatment trial that killed three people
FDA temporarily stopped Juno's cancer treatment trial that killed three people

Juno proposed to the FDA it would eliminate the new drug and continue with the trial. "Events like those in the last week are hard and humbling for everyone involved", Bishop said. The phase II ROCKET trial was created to assess JCAR015 following lymphodepleting chemotherapy in 90 adult patients with ALL. Juno must submit four items to ...

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  • Pittsburgh researcher infected with Zika in lab accident
Pittsburgh researcher infected with Zika in lab accident

The CDC researchers and Colorado State University also shared a new map showing the spread of the Zika-carrying Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes in the US, reports of which have jumped from 183 counties from 26 states to 1,241 counties from 40 states between January 1995 and March 2016.

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