• AEW Roster: Every Wrestler Confirmed For All Elite Wrestling

    AEW Roster: Every Wrestler Confirmed For All Elite Wrestling

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    Jericho fanned the flames of a potential wrestling company war on Tuesday in Jacksonville when he said that AEW was about to "change the universe", a direct reference to the WWE calling their fanbase the "WWE Universe". "We like a lot of people". "What I can say is more information on that will definitely be forthcoming sooner than later". "But I need time away, and not just from New Japan".
  • Flu Activity Widespread Across United States, CDC Says

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    While H1N1-predominant seasons tend to be milder overall at the population level compared to those characterized primarily by H3N2, individuals who get hit with either strain won't detect much of a difference - both bring on fever, cough, general malaise and achy muscles and joints, she said from Vancouver.
  • Healthcare boss resigns after coma patient gives birth

    Healthcare boss resigns after coma patient gives birth

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    Police are conducting a criminal investigation but have, as yet, declined to share any details, though local media have reported that subpoenas for DNA samples may be forthcoming. Cesena's daughter almost drowned 14 years ago and was left with a traumatic brain injury that caused her to have hundreds of seizures a day. Both staffers "have been counseled on privacy during showering residents", and the report added that "all direct care staff" would receive more training in light of the ...
  • De Blasio says every resident in NYC will be guaranteed health care

    De Blasio says every resident in NYC will be guaranteed health care

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    The city plans to contribute $100 million in funding for NYC Care, which de Blasio described as "a really smart down payment on a lot of good things it'll yield later on". Right now, he explained, numerous city's uninsured put off medical attention when they need it because they assume they can't afford it. And we have now in New York City something that we can build on.
  • WRAPUP 2-Powell tells markets Fed is flexible and aware of risks

    WRAPUP 2-Powell tells markets Fed is flexible and aware of risks

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    Trump has for months criticized the Fed chief for raising rates, and Bloomberg News reported December 21 that the president had discussed firing Powell. Traders said Powell's comments were perceived as dovish because he said the Fed had no preset path for policy and could be patient when it comes to future interest rate hikes.
  • This is the absolute best diet for 2019

    This is the absolute best diet for 2019

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    The diet, named for the region that includes Norway, Iceland, Finland, Denmark and Sweden, is an example of a growing interest in diets followed by some of the healthiest people in the world, according to Angela Haupt, assistant managing editor of health at U.S.
  • These Are the 5 Best Diets for 2019, According to Experts

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    For more information about the rankings, visit Best Diets 2019 [ https://health.usnews.com/best-diet ]. Diets were ranked in eight categories. Following a Mediterranean diet involves eating lots of plants, whole grains, healthy fats (such as olive oil) and lean proteins, and cutting back on processed foods, red meat and refined sugars.
  • Judge Stays Affordable Care Act Ruling

    Judge Stays Affordable Care Act Ruling

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    As the appeal moves forward, it will focus on the two issues that Judge O'Connor did decide in a final way: first, that the ACA's individual mandate - requiring more Americans to obtain health insurance or else pay a financial penalty - was beyond Congress's legislative power and thus is invalid, and, second, that Congress would have passed none of the wide-ranging ACA law if the law did not contain the individual mandate provision.
  • Flu activity on the rise in Mississippi

    Flu activity on the rise in Mississippi

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    In the state flu report. southeast Wisconsin is at a low level of flu activity. To date, six of the Arkansas flu deaths were in the 45-64 age group and one over the age 65. On the other side, the CDC said the flu can include more serious symptoms such as a fever and aches. The department's Centre for Health Protection had warned of a surge in the rate of infection in the week the city entered the flu season, about a week earlier than past year.
  • Patient Placed in Quarantine After Suspected Ebola Case in Sweden

    Patient Placed in Quarantine After Suspected Ebola Case in Sweden

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    The unidentified patient was transferred by ambulance from Enköping hospital to the University teaching hospital at Uppsala which has a specialist infection clinic capable of treating them in isolation. The man had returned from a trip to the east African country of Burundi several weeks ago. Burundi itself is not a known Ebola area but is adjacent to the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Uganda which have both seen Ebola outbreaks in recent years.
  • You're Not Getting Your Wall, Mr. President

    You're Not Getting Your Wall, Mr. President

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    Before the shutdown began on December 22, Trump said during a testy meeting with Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, the Democratic senator for NY, that he would take responsibility for any federal government stoppage. "President give me one good reason why you should continue your shutdown of the eight cabinet departments while we are debating our differences on homeland security.' He could not give a good answer", said Schumer.
  • Africa recorded almost 600 cases of infection with Ebola virus

    Africa recorded almost 600 cases of infection with Ebola virus

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    The person, who has not been identified, is headed to the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha for monitoring, the release states, adding the Nebraska Medical Center is home to one of the nation's few dedicated biocontainment units. Congo has been battling an Ebola outbreak since August, culminating in 543 cases confirmed and 357 deaths as of late December, according to the World Health Organisation .
  • Guatemalan Boy Who Died in US Custody Had Flu

    Guatemalan Boy Who Died in US Custody Had Flu

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    Agustin Gomez Perez was 47 and in debt, and the path to America would only deepen his obligations. But like others in the rural farming village of Yalambojoch, he decided that traveling with a child was the only way out. Felipe's death has prompted at least one internal investigation with calls for additional investigations. "It would also allow me to present my recommendations to the USA government to fulfill its worldwide commitments to respect and protect the human rights of all migrants ".