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Mujeeb then clean-bowled dangerman Rishabh Pant (4) off his first delivery and, when Aussie Daniel Christian was run out (6), Delhi had lost half of the side for 76 in 12 overs. Gambhir, who looked set to play through, gave Tye a scalp by handing Finch a simple catch off a leading edge. Gambhir's dismissal brought Shreyas Iyer in the middle, who tried his best to change Delhi's fortune, but lacked partnership from the other end.
  • Chemical weapons experts to visit Syria

    Chemical weapons experts to visit Syria

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    Syria became a member in 2013 as part of a deal brokered by the US and Russian Federation after a chemical attack in eastern Ghouta killed hundreds of people. "The pretext of a chemical attack has become well known to everybody and is a flimsy and unsubstantiated excuse to target Syria", the ministry statement said.
  • Andres Iniesta 'hurting' after surprise Champions League exit

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    Barcelona surrendered a 4-1 first leg advantage to lose 3-0 in Rome and crash out on away goals , but as well as blaming Valverde's tactics, fingers were pointed at an off-colour Messi. "I thought that when the game was equal, with them needing one more goal , there was enough experience in the team to see the game out", he said. "For a spell, he was advising the president and right now, when there's a loss of character at Football Club Barcelona that can somehow staunch the flow ...
  • New Study Amplifies The Need To Stay Active To Prevent Heart Disease

    New Study Amplifies The Need To Stay Active To Prevent Heart Disease

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    Among those considered at high genetic risk for heart disease , high levels of cardiorespiratory fitness were associated with a 49 percent lower risk for coronary heart disease and a 60 percent lower risk for atrial fibrillation compared with study participants with low cardiorespiratory fitness.
  • Fake Marijuana That Likely Contained Rat Poison Kills 3, Sickens 100

    Fake Marijuana That Likely Contained Rat Poison Kills 3, Sickens 100

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    The Illinois Department of Public Health has warned that some appear to have been contaminated, and 107 people have experienced severe hemorrhaging after using it. "They are not regulated and people don't know what chemicals may be in them, like rate poison". Stores can lose liquor and lottery licenses for illegal synthetic drug sales.
  • Synthetic pot leaves 2 dead, dozens injured in IL

    Synthetic pot leaves 2 dead, dozens injured in IL

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    The numbers of those affected by the fake marijuana are reportedly increasing as officials noted that more and more people are being taken to the hospital with symptoms such as " coughing up blood , blood in the urine , severe bloody nose, and/or bleeding gums ", the health department said in a statement .
  • Texas woman gets jail time for voting despite ineligibility

    Texas woman gets jail time for voting despite ineligibility

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    Mason did not want to speak when reached by WFAA, but she told The Dallas Morning News she "didn't even want to vote". Mason has "owned up" to her mistakes and claims she would not ever intentionally skirt voting laws. "You think I would jeopardise my freedom?" Mason grabbed her keys and set out for her local precinct. As part of her plea agreement, she was ordered to pay $4.2 million in restitution, according to court documents.
  • Ibra soars for Galaxy with superb brace on his debut

    Ibra soars for Galaxy with superb brace on his debut

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    I'm sure it will be a YouTube sensation, it was just fantastic'. "You can't teach that", Schmid said. "Ibrahimovic is the flawless definition of a guy who always dares to be brilliant. The former Manchester United star said fatigue had prompted him to attempt his audacious lob for the Galaxy's third. Galaxy were in real trouble after former Arsenal striker Carlos Vela had scored twice in the first half to give LAFC a 2-0 advantage.
  • Brace Yourselves, Because This Nightmare Flu Season Isn't Over Yet

    Brace Yourselves, Because This Nightmare Flu Season Isn't Over Yet

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    Many people in the Tampa Bay area are falling victim to a second wave of the "B strain" of flu. Parents should be on high alert, as CDC officials say the "B" virus could be more severe for younger children. It's been the most active flu season in nearly a decade, killing more than 300 people in North Carolina. "It's important to know that it takes about two weeks for protection to set in".
  • Time is now to address gun violence problem

    Time is now to address gun violence problem

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    Almost 200 people have died in school shootings since the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado, which left 13 dead and inaugurated a relentless two-decade stretch of campus gun violence. I want to be optimistic about these political changes, but the sad fact is, there have already been 71 people killed or injured in school shootings this year .
  • India putting regional peace at stake: Pakistani President

    India putting regional peace at stake: Pakistani President

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    Amid heightened tensions between the two neighbouring countries, the Pakistan Army invited, for the first time, Indian Defence Attache and senior diplomats of the Indian High Commission to join March 23 celebrations, a senior military official told The Express Tribune .
  • World Tuberculosis Day being observed today

    World Tuberculosis Day being observed today

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    We need leadership at the level of global institutions, through the involvement of WHO, UNICEF and others. TB is one of the top 10 causes of death worldwide. The European Parliament resolution on the EU's response to HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and Hepatitis C, adopted in July 2017 is a significant step but the NGO community is still waiting for a TB, HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C policy framework adressing each disease's specificities.
  • Charity forms Alzheimer's disease taskforce

    Charity forms Alzheimer's disease taskforce

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    The findings showed that the compound betanin in beetroot extract could eventually help slow the accumulation of misfolded proteins in the brain, a process that is associated with Alzheimer's disease. The precise cause of Alzheimer's isn't known , but one of the prime suspects is a protein called beta-amyloid that builds up in the brain. About one in three caregivers (34 percent) is age 65 or older.
  • Race 3: Jacqueline Fernandez as Jessica first poster revealed

    Race 3: Jacqueline Fernandez as Jessica first poster revealed

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    Jacqueline gave a hint of the storyline with a post, "Meet Sikander , the mystery you can't solve". Another new poster is out from the movie " Race 3 ". After his tweet, there has been an huge alacrity amongst the audience to know if Jacqueline is playing a RAW agent in the film. Shooting for the action sequences has already begun in Abu Dhabi , wherein Jacqueline will be performing stylized action sequences.
  • Google co-founder tests autonomous flying taxis in New Zealand

    Google co-founder tests autonomous flying taxis in New Zealand

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    The Cora features a lift-and-cruise configuration, which has emerged as one of three popular categories for the emerging class of electric-powered vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxis. Cora can fly up to 110 miles per hour and has a range of 62 miles. The Cora already has experimental airworthiness certificates issued by both the New Zealand Civil Aviation Authority, and the United States Federal Aviation Administration .
  • Broken fridge leaves thousands of embryos in question

    Broken fridge leaves thousands of embryos in question

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    DePompei said the temperature fluctuation had occurred "due to reasons unknown" and that the hospital had launched a major investigation to find out what happened. The help-line number they have announced is a 24-hour hotline 216-286-9740. According to University Hospitals, none of the eggs and embryos impacted by the partial thaw will be destroyed.
  • Martin Shkreli has been sentenced to 7 years in prison

    Martin Shkreli has been sentenced to 7 years in prison

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    On Aug. 4, 2017, a jury found him guilty of three charges: securities fraud in connection with MSMB Capital, securities fraud in connection with MSMB Healthcare and conspiracy to commit securities fraud in connection with Retrophin. With a choking voice, he reiterated in court his remorse at the "shameful actions" that led to his downfall. Shkreli insisted he was being persecuted by prosecutors for being outspoken and confidently predicted after his conviction that he was unlikely to be ...
  • Lake Oswego's Kevin Love opens up about mental health

    Lake Oswego's Kevin Love opens up about mental health

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    The 29-year-old self-described introvert says that he had a panic attack following halftime of a November 5 game against the Atlanta Hawks . "I admire ( Kevin Love's ) willingness to come out and talk about something that is an issue for a lot of people", Kerr said Tuesday night.
  • Increases in Opioid-Involved Overdoses in All Five US Regions — CDC

    Increases in Opioid-Involved Overdoses in All Five US Regions — CDC

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    States in the region, including OH and MI, were already among those with the highest opioid death rates. The opioid epidemic reached new heights, with opioid overdoses in the ED jumping to 30%. Furthermore, overdoses increased 40.3 percent in the West, 21.3 percent in the Northeast, 20.2 percent in the Southwest, as well as 14 percent in the Southeast.
  • E-cigarette use exposes teenagers to toxic chemicals says new study

    E-cigarette use exposes teenagers to toxic chemicals says new study

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    The study looked at 67 e-cigarette smokers, 16 people who smoke e-cigarettes and cigarettes, and 20 non-smokers to come up with their results. "Although e-cigarette vapor may be less hazardous than tobacco smoke, our findings can be used to challenge the idea that e-cigarette vapor is safe, because numerous volatile organic compounds we identified are carcinogenic", Dr.
  • Opioid overdose emergencies continue to climb dramatically, especially in the Midwest

    Opioid overdose emergencies continue to climb dramatically, especially in the Midwest

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    Still, many people who overdose never visit a hospital either because they die before reaching the hospital, or because they are revived with the overdose-reversal drug naloxone and decline to go to the hospital. Opioid overdoses in the U.S. increased by more than 30% in a 14 month period, according to health officials. MPD Chief Mike Koval addresses human trafficking, opioid crisis in MadisonMadison Police Department chief Mike Koval took a step away from his duties Wednesday to speak at ...
  • Diabetes is really five different diseases, not just Types 1 & 2

    Diabetes is really five different diseases, not just Types 1 & 2

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    Findings from a study of 13,270 subjects at Lund University in Sweden have helped explain why not all diabetes patients respond in the same way to treatment. In this latest study, the Swedish and Finnish researchers analysed the medical records of around 15,000 patients newly diagnosed with diabetes. The study found that people with this type most commonly developed eye disease.
  • United Nations links N.Korea to Syria chemical weapons

    United Nations links N.Korea to Syria chemical weapons

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    That North Korea continues to do brisk business with other rogue states despite being subject to perhaps the tightest sanctions regime ever imposed on any country illustrates the limitations, and even downsides, of punishing rogue states by cutting them out of the legitimate global marketplace.