• Average life expectancy set to rise by 2030 - major study
Average life expectancy set to rise by 2030 - major study

Data from the Australian Institute for Health and Welfare released last year shows that a boy born from 2013 to 2015 is expected to live to 80.4 years and a girl to live 84.5 years. This was partly due to a lack of universal healthcare in the United States, and also due to factors such as relatively high child and maternal mortality rates, and high...

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  • Renault F1 team launches RS17 for 2017 season
Renault F1 team launches RS17 for 2017 season

Renault Sport Racing president Jerome Stoll is targeting fifth place this season with their new auto and driver line-up of Palmer and Nico Hulkenberg , and hopes Prost can help them achieve that. "2017 will be a great year, a crucial year", explained Jerome Stoll, Renault Sport Racing Chairman. Obviously, I'm still a very careful eater - it's in m...

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  • Melbourne plane crash: Five dead as aircraft hits shopping centre
Melbourne plane crash: Five dead as aircraft hits shopping centre

A light aircraft carrying five people has crashed in Melbourne, Australia and burst into a ball of flames. Mr Quartermain, 63, ran Corporate and Leisure Aviation with his wife Cilla. Tuesday's crash wasn't the first time that tragedy has struck Essendon Airport but thankfully it isn't a common occurrence. The plane crashed into the rear of ...

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  • New Method Will Change The Way You Charge Your Devices
New Method Will Change The Way You Charge Your Devices

The copper pole at the room's center requires the nearest person to have at least 46 centimeters of clearance before they're put in danger. "This new innovative method will make it possible for electrical power to become as ubiquitous as WiFi", said Alanson Sample, associate lab director and principal research scientist at Disney Research .

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  • Toxic metal at higher concentrations in gluten-free food?
Toxic metal at higher concentrations in gluten-free food?

This is why more and more people are eating gluten-free foods. She explained how a gluten free diet which everybody regards as healthy could be bad for our bodies. Based on the results, 73 of those who consumed gluten-free foods had elevated levels of arsenic in the urine and mercury in the blood. These are considered toxic metals and they can be...

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  • Key Brain Regions Found To Be Smaller in People With ADHD
Key Brain Regions Found To Be Smaller in People With ADHD

Hoogman, "and show that it has [a basis in the brain] just like other psychiatric disorders". It identifies size differences in several brain regions and the brain overall, with the greatest differences seen in children rather than adults. The five areas affected were the caudate nucleus, putamen, nucleus accumbens, amygdala and hippocampus. These ...

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  • Dividend Growth of Mondelez International, Inc.(MDLZ)
Dividend Growth of Mondelez International, Inc.(MDLZ)

The stock traded between $244.49 and $247.48 on volume 3.0 million shares traded. After the session commenced at $45.23, the stock reached the higher end at $45.29 while it hit a low of $43.015. Mondelez International's quarterly revenue was down 8.1% on a year-over-year basis. The difference between the estimated and actual earnings was $-0.01 per...

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  • Flu deaths on the rise in Idaho
Flu deaths on the rise in Idaho

Bottom line: get that shot if you haven't already because avoiding that trip to the doctor is nothing to sneeze at. Over the last 17 seasons, the highest number of flu-related deaths was 35. Besides getting the flu vaccine, you can also take everyday actions to stop the spread of influenza. There are an estimated 36,000 influenza-related deaths...

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  • Political climate, nation's future is stressing out Americans, study says
Political climate, nation's future is stressing out Americans, study says

Vaile Wright, a licensed psychologist and member of APA's Stress in America team, speaking with the Washington Post , admitted the severity of the findings caught her off guard. Roughly 55 percent of Latinos and Asians reported high levels of election-related stress. Among respondents residing in cities, 62% reported such stress, compared with ...

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  • Spanish woman (64) gives birth to twins by C-section
Spanish woman (64) gives birth to twins by C-section

The woman has not been named - and identified only by her initials M.I.A - but is said to come from the small town of Palacios de la Sierra in northern Spain. Laws in Spain do not place limits on the maximum age for assisted reproduction, but the Spanish Fertility Society discourages treatments for women aged over 50.

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  • Men Get Depressed When Partner Is Pregnant
Men Get Depressed When Partner Is Pregnant

According to the researchers, it may have to do with men's level of health and perceived stress in cases where depression symptoms were high during their partner's pregnancy. It found that 2.3 percent of fathers (one in 43) experienced depression during the pregnancy, increasing to 4.3 percent (one in 23) nine months after their child was born.

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  • Rare Bacteria Found in Rat Urine Sickens Three Bronx Residents, Officials Say
Rare Bacteria Found in Rat Urine Sickens Three Bronx Residents, Officials Say

Two of the patients have recovered, and one has died. Two cases developed pulmonary hemorrhage, one didn't survive the infection. 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 ...

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  • Trump disputes account of his Supreme Court nominee's comments
Trump disputes account of his Supreme Court nominee's comments

Donnelly said in a statement , "We had a productive and wide-ranging discussion on preventing the outsourcing of American jobs, addressing the opioid abuse epidemic and we also talked about Supreme Court nominee, Judge Gorsuch". The president has repeatedly said people are "pouring in" since the ban was put on hold and suggested that blockin...

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  • Old Muscular Dystrophy Drug Gets New Price (and Harsh Criticism to Boot)
Old Muscular Dystrophy Drug Gets New Price (and Harsh Criticism to Boot)

That pharmacy recently informed customers that it would stop shipping the drug to the United States after Marathon received FDA approval for its version. The new, American, list price for this drug is $89,000 a year. This is the 9th time that the FDA grants the pediatric disease priority voucher. The drug improves muscle strength but doesn't offer ...

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  • Sargento Consumer Response After Supplier Recall of Certain Cheese Products
Sargento Consumer Response After Supplier Recall of Certain Cheese Products

This organism can be potentialy fatal to young children, the elderly, or consumers with frail or compromised immune systems. The Meijer brand Colby Cheese and Colby Jack Cheese was sold in stores from November 10, 2016 until February 9, 2017 over the deli counter.

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  • Union City Girl Scout Cookie stand robbed at gunpoint
Union City Girl Scout Cookie stand robbed at gunpoint

Police didn't offer much information about a description of the suspect, other than it was a male between 16 and 19 years old. The robbery occurred at a Safeway store and the suspect has not been apprehended. So they donated to cover the cost of the robbery. The first known Girl Scouts cookies sold were in 1917 in Oklahoma. The mother and daugh...

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  • Brady's jersey missing after Super Bowl LI
Brady's jersey missing after Super Bowl LI

His 62 passes set a record for the title game. That defense held Quinn's former team, Seattle, and quarterback Russell Wilson to 10 points in the first half of a divisional playoff game. A field goal would have sealed it. But Wilson inexplicably went for the quick pass in traffic and it was intercepted to seal the Patriots' four-point victory.

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  • Sargento, Meijer and other cheeses recalled due to Listeria
Sargento, Meijer and other cheeses recalled due to Listeria

MDS Foods informed Meijer that evidence of potential Listeria monocytogenes contamination had been identified by the manufacturer. Listeria monocytogenes is unlike many other germs because it can grow in a cold environment. Sargento Off the Block Shredded Fine Cut Cheddar Jack Cheese with a sell-by date of July 5, 2017. For more information...

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  • Where to find Facebook's new Weather app
Where to find Facebook's new Weather app

The information displayed is relatively basic; nothing special here, although the usual suspects - highs, lows, general forecast and more - are available. Moreover, they can change their default location by simply tapping the settings icon in the top right corner. You will be able to find the weather section in the " See All " section on both...

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  • Orange alligator spotted in SC turning heads
Orange alligator spotted in SC turning heads

The Post and Courier reported that a post on Facebook about the strangely-colored animal has gotten plenty of attention, with one person commenting that the orange-ish animal was a "Trumpagator". Until it does, neighbors have nicknamed it: "Trump-a-gator". Experts believe that the alligator will eventually shed its skin and return to a normal ...

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