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There was no immediate official confirmation of his military past or awards. A profile photo from a social media account in the name of Dalibor Jaukovic. Police sealed off the area after the blasts around midnight (2300 GMT Wednesday). A security alert was issued over the incident with USA citizens being urged to avoid the embassy until further notice .
  • Slow Eating May Reduce Obesity Risk, Study Says

    Slow Eating May Reduce Obesity Risk, Study Says

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    They continue that "eating slowly may help to increase feelings of satiety before an excessive amount of food is ingested" - that is, it gives your body time to register that you've eaten something. The key to weight loss could be slowing down and enjoying your food , a new study claims. Interestingly, skipping breakfast does nothing to decrease weight.
  • Flu Cases Show Signs Of Decreasing From Late December Highs

    Flu Cases Show Signs Of Decreasing From Late December Highs

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    According to the most recent CDC report, the flu is still widespread across the country. "That's a signal of how very intense this flu season has been". The report said 1 of every 13 doctor visits last week were for fever, cough and various other flu symptoms . It was unclear whether the outbreak had reached its peak yet or if it would get worse, she said.
  • Williamson fires NZ to T20 win

    Williamson fires NZ to T20 win

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    New Zealand recorded their first victory of the tri-nations Twenty20 worldwide series on Tuesday as England lost by 12 runs in Wellington to remain winless. The England bowler made all those in the Westpac Stadium stand on their feet with a stunning one-handed catch to dismiss Colin de Grandhomme off the bowling of Adil Rashid.
  • It's more than a game for Korea

    It's more than a game for Korea

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    Dark chocolate tempered in the shape of barbed wire lay over a map of the Korean peninsula rendered in thin blue chocolate, a representation of the heavily militarized border that separates Games host South Korea and its old enemy in the North.
  • ACA enrollment reaches 11.8 million for 2018

    ACA enrollment reaches 11.8 million for 2018

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    Florida, which uses HealthCare.gov, and California continue to lead all states with 1.7 million and 1.5 million enrollees, respectively. A central pillar of the health reform law, the mandate requires almost all Americans to get coverage or pay a penalty.
  • Unlicensed doctor 'infects 40 people' with HIV

    Unlicensed doctor 'infects 40 people' with HIV

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    Choudhury said that most likely prompted the spread of HIV. Screening camps were held at three places (in Bangarmau) on January 24, January 25 and January 27. The latest HIV outbreak comes as India suffers from a shortage of doctors and hospitals. Five of those infected were children, mostly under the age of 12 years.
  • 6 things you can do right now to help prevent the flu

    6 things you can do right now to help prevent the flu

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    Of the children who died, about half had no underlying medical conditions. "We've administered to probably about 150, 200 more people just in the last week or so", said Rita Foster, RN for the East Shore Health District. "The vaccine is still recommended because the cross-benefit gives some protection against the other strains as well", Ahmed said. The CDC is battling a particularly awful flu season, driven in large part by a H3N2 strain that's been resistant to this year's vaccine.
  • Fiji roll South Africa to win Hamilton Sevens

    Fiji roll South Africa to win Hamilton Sevens

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    After being down 5-17 down at half-time, the Fijians fought back with some of the best tries the Sevens circuit has seen this season. They took full advantage of their reprieve by beating hosts New Zealand 14-12 in the semi-finals to set up a clash with South Africa.
  • China accuses USA of 'Cold War mentality'

    China accuses USA of 'Cold War mentality'

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    Gabriel was responding to a so-called Nuclear Posture Review released Friday by the Pentagon that details the United States military's vision of nuclear threats and its response in the coming decades. The U.S. has named China, Russia, Iran and North Korea as potential threats. This isn't the first time that China has used the Cold War label to denounce USA policy.
  • Oracle rodent predicts six more weeks of winter for the US

    Oracle rodent predicts six more weeks of winter for the US

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    If he does not see his shadow , there will be an early spring. Winter might last longer in the Pacific Northwest and the Northern Plains states, as well as in the Rocky Mountains, as some lingering snowy and rainy effects of the La Niña winter weather pattern stick around.
  • Florida Nurse posted epic rant on Facebook on Flu season

    Florida Nurse posted epic rant on Facebook on Flu season

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    A mother of four, Lockler conceded that her tone in the video fell off somewhat like a mother conversing with her young children, yet she didn't intend to undermine anybody's insight in the video. "The message is still right on the money, but if the tone was offensive, that was not the intention". A harsh flu season is in full swing across the United States, with a sharp increase in the number of older people and children being hospitalized, according to the CDC .
  • Aamir Khan posts picture with a sanitary pad

    Aamir Khan posts picture with a sanitary pad

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    Alia Bhatt takes up the challenge thrown by Akshay Kumar to share her picture with a sanitary pad. He also challenged his co-star Sonam Kapoor and today, she posted a picture on her Instagram account. I accept your #padmanchallenge Yes that's a Pad in my hand & I don't feel weird. The movie Padman is based on the life of entrepreneur Arunachalam Muruganantham, who made low-priced sanitary pads for the women of his village.
  • National Wear Red Day: Why do we wear red?

    National Wear Red Day: Why do we wear red?

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    The day helps raise awareness and advocate for more research for women's heart health. Over the next few months, Baton Rouge General Hospital will host several heart health education and screening opportunities created to help people better understand their health and what they can do to reduce their risk of heart disease .
  • Vaping Increase the Risk of Smoking Among Young People

    Vaping Increase the Risk of Smoking Among Young People

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    The Surgeon General in their report also warned that e-cigarettes contain nicotine, which is addictive and has adverse effects on cognitive development. Natural DNA fix mechanisms were also suppressed in the mice exposed to the smoke. The lung and bladder cells that were exposed to nicotine turned into tumor tissue more easily.
  • NCAA Knew About Sexual Assault Against Gymnasts Since 2010

    NCAA Knew About Sexual Assault Against Gymnasts Since 2010

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    ESPN's bombshell report on Friday afternoon detailed instances of allegations sexual assault and violence against women at Michigan State among the Spartans football and men's basketball team that had previously been unreported. "What I really got from the experience with Mark Emmert was that governing body governs him", Redmond said. Michigan State President Lou Anna Simon resigned Wednesday and the school's athletic director, Mark Hollis, said he was retiring Friday.
  • Gov. Bevin declares January 28 statewide Day of Prayer

    Gov. Bevin declares January 28 statewide Day of Prayer

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    The shooting Tuesday at Marshall County High School left two students dead, 14 wounded by gunfire and others injured in the rush to escape the violence. More than a dozen people were shot and two of them were killed in the rampage at Marshall County High School on Tuesday. The two fatalities were 15 years old: Bailey Nicole Holt died at the scene, and Preston Ryan Cope died later at a hospital, Kentucky State Police Commissioner Richard Sanders said.