• MCCS holds bowling night for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
MCCS holds bowling night for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Dr. Rachel says, "most of the focus on breast health is related to breast cancer, but breast cancer awareness begins with breast health awareness". 1 in 8 women in the United Kingdom will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. "We talked about making it a larger walk next year". Helen Krontiras , M.D., director of the University of Alabama at...

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  • Community takes action against breast cancer at walk
Community takes action against breast cancer at walk

By organizing awareness campaigns as such, BinSina aims to promote longevity in the UAE. A better understanding of the disease, advances in treatment and after-care have expanded the survival rates significantly. Eligible women age 40 to 64 can receive a free mammogram and women 30-39 are eligible if preauthorized through All Women Count! To as...

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  • Yuan Exchange Rate Relative to Dollar Tumbles to Six-Year Low
Yuan Exchange Rate Relative to Dollar Tumbles to Six-Year Low

Reduced U.S. political risk as a result of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton leading Republican rival Donald Trump in polls has also helped boost the dollar, analysts said. "The Chinese currency has stayed stable against a basket of currencies". Under the regime, the PBOC sets the yuan's daily mid-point versus the dollar base...

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  • Florida presidential polls: Is Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton leading in Florida?
Florida presidential polls: Is Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton leading in Florida?

At one point, he said he would jail Clinton if he were president. That interruption, as noted by Vox, came during Trump's false assertion that Clinton was responsible for Bashar al-Assad's use of chemical weapons in Syria (she was not in office at the time).

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  • Antonio Conte laughs off reports he was set to leave Chelsea
Antonio Conte laughs off reports he was set to leave Chelsea

On the possibility of the defender starting, the Italian said: " I prefer not to give away my line-up, but I will try to make the best decision for the team ." . Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri wanted Kante to stay at the club over the summer and described him as "irreplaceable", but he will face his former player for the first time after ...

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  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Each year, almost 300 events are held across the United States, bringing in more than $60 million. Numerous pink items seen during the game are auctioned off and the National Football League says 100 percent of the money raised goes to the American Cancer Society.

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  • Why are more Americans in jail for marijuana use than violent crime?
Why are more Americans in jail for marijuana use than violent crime?

It examines arrest rates in counties across the nation, the lasting effects of debt that results from a conviction on a minor drug charge and the disparities between the ways different communities are policed. The threat of inflated prison sentences leads 99 percent of those charged with drug possession in the 75 largest USA counties to bow to guil...

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  • Trump looms large in New Hampshire Senate debate
Trump looms large in New Hampshire Senate debate

Ayotte, who is locked in a tight race with two-term Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan, told a debate audience Monday evening that she "absolutely" would tell a child to aspire to be like the NY real estate mogul. "The message is run as local a race as possible, and try to stay away from Trump as much as you can", said Ron Bonjean, a GOP strategist. R...

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  • Garrett Regional Medical Center staff supporting Breast Cancer Awareness
Garrett Regional Medical Center staff supporting Breast Cancer Awareness

Breast cancer is spotlighted for a month because when you consider the risk factors for breast cancer - and there are many - there is a key element over which you do have control, and that is early detection. Bolton and the rest of the survivors proudly wore their blue racing bibs with the words "survivor" printed on them, a badge of honor from the...

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  • World's first baby born from 3-parent technique
World's first baby born from 3-parent technique

The baby was born on April 6 , after her parents from Jordan traveled all the way to Mexico to a fertility clinic, where a team of USA doctors supervised the treatment. As reported in the journal Fertility and Sterility , the use of this reproductive technology was meant to prevent Leigh syndrome , a severe neurological condition that affects ...

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  • Cayman has first confirmed case of Zika in a pregnant woman
Cayman has first confirmed case of Zika in a pregnant woman

Other countries in the region confront themselves with an outbreak of Zika infections. In an August 30 interview, Medic's director of marketing and donor recruitment Benjamin Prijatel said that Medic will begin testing blood by the end of November.

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  • Vikings stop Newton, snap Panthers' home win streak 22-10
Vikings stop Newton, snap Panthers' home win streak 22-10

As tensions over race have increased across the country, different teams have responded differently for different reasons. It could have happened in Los Angeles. "We can't be hypocrites". Minnesota's season figured to be defined by its defense, but the unit is emerging as a historic wrecking machine that is taking over games with jarring plays an...

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  • Coli outbreak leads to meat recall
Coli outbreak leads to meat recall

Coli and sickening people in several states including two in CT according to state and federal agencies. Athol, Massachusetts-based Adams Farm Slaughterhouse has recalled its beef, veal and bison after officials determined seven illnesses, including five hospitalizations, were associated with the products.

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  • NJ police discover explosive devices, police investigate link to NY bombings
NJ police discover explosive devices, police investigate link to NY bombings

NEW YORK (AP) - Investigators of last weekend's bombings have released an image of two men who took a suitcase they found on a city street, possibly without realizing a wired pressure cooker they removed from it and left behind could have blown them to bits.

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  • Delhi Girl Dies After Being Stabbed 28 Times In Broad Daylight
Delhi Girl Dies After Being Stabbed 28 Times In Broad Daylight

Maliwal in her notice has asked the police for copy of complaint the woman submitted at the police station and the report of the follow up action, if any. He had been harassing her for six years. Others expressed anger with India's police. The family also discovered that he was already married. The apathy towards such cases is reflected in the ...

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  • Mark Cuban offers Donald Trump $10 million for 4-hour grilling
Mark Cuban offers Donald Trump $10 million for 4-hour grilling

Cuban, who has said Trump doesn't have the " analytical skills " to serve as president, tweeted that he just wants to learn about Trump's "policies and their substance". But Cuban eventually decided he couldn't support Trump and endorsed Clinton in July. Presidential nominee Donald Trump giving a speech at the Economic Club in NY.

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  • Zika Virus Found in Eyes, Study Finds
Zika Virus Found in Eyes, Study Finds

In a report released Thursday , researchers from Brazil and Britain studied babies born this year in the heart of the epidemic in northeastern Brazil. No cases have been reported in Cambodia since 2010, but Health Ministry spokesman Ly Sovann said officials were preparing for the worst. Other issues addressed will include travel to endemic areas...

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  • Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project
Bill Clinton to leave board of foundation health project

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign later told Politico the former president misspoke about her ailment and that she does have pneumonia . Please be fully informed regarding the risks and costs associated with trading the financial markets, it is one of the riskiest investment forms possible.

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  • Texans unveil Color Rush uniforms, but won't wear them on TNF
Texans unveil Color Rush uniforms, but won't wear them on TNF

Two other games will need someone to change due to both having the same Color Rush scheme: Cardinals vs. 49ers on October 6. The Texans said the team expects wear their Color Rush alternates next season. The team will wear the new jerseys against the Texas on September 22. All 32 National Football League teams will play their Thursday night g...

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  • Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat
Years Ago, Sugar Industry Quietly Paid Scientists To Point Blame At Fat

Marion Nestle, a nutrition, food studies and public health professor at New York University, said the food industry continues to influence nutrition science, in an editorial published alongside the JAMA report . And while the new research does not exonerate fat altogether, it does add fuel to the fire that sugar may do harm beyond simply exa...

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