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Study links ibuprofen to infertility

A popular pain medication often popped by men who suffer minors aches and pains related to sports may be linked to infertility, according to a new study . He said that the safety of Ibuprofen has been proven by decades of study and real-world use. The team focused on ibuprofen and its effects on adults as further research.

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SBI may cut minimum balance requirement to Rs 1000 in urban areas

It may be noted that that the SBI garnered through fines was more than lender's net profit of Rs 1,581.55 crore in July-September quarter and almost half of the Rs 3,586 crore profit in April-September period. From April 1, 2017, the bank had reintroduced the monthly average balance (MAB) charges after a gap of five years. This is same to those for metro city SBI customers.

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ESA encourages World Health Organization to reconsider 'Gaming Disorder' classification

As Cinemablend notes, the decision by the World Health Organization to label gaming as a disorder is being taken seriously by those in the community for fear that it would lead to further stigmatization. This would be "a good thing", he said.Gentile has studied gaming disorder since 1999 and "at that time I was trying to show that it wasn't a problem", he said.

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President Buhari to broadcast to nation on Monday

Earlier report on Saturday had claimed that three dead persons were included in the list. He said the president requested for the submission of 50 names each by the state chapters of the All Progressive Congress (APC) in 2015, which were later compiled by the national secretariat of the party.

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World Health Organization to classify video game addiction as mental illness

It's only if the behavior is severe enough "to result in significant impairment in personal, family, social, educational, occupational or other important areas of functioning", according to the draft . At that time, people spent 6.3 hours per week playing video games. The WHO charactised a gaming disorder as a "pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behaviour" both on or offline.

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James Harrison rumors: Linebacker visits with New England Patriots

The Patriots and Steelers played in one of the best games of the National Football League regular season back in Week 15, with the Pats emerging victorious under some dubious circumstances to swipe the top spot in the AFC. With his best days behind him, Harrison seemed destined to call it a career soon and settle into a long career as a TV personality on a pregame show somewhere.

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BJP's show of strength in Gujarat as Rupani takes oath

Rupani and some one-and-a-half dozen other ministers were administered the oath of office by Gujarat Governor O.P. Kohli at a grand ceremony in state capital Gandhinagar, attended by Modi, Home Minister Rajnath Singh , BJP chief Amit Shah and chief ministers of BJP-ruled states.

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Website says Noles not eligible for bowl game

The Florida State Seminoles have surprisingly only lost one game so far during the 2017-18 season, as they recently fell to the Oklahoma State Cowboys by just one point. The Seminoles rescheduled the game, which had been postponed indefinitely due to Hurricane Irma, to give the players a chance to play their way into the postseason and continue the streak.

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Flu activity in Kentucky now 'widespread'

The number is slightly higher than this time previous year, but influenza activity tends to increase in December. Widespread activity is the highest level of flu activity. An annual flu vaccination is recommended for everyone six months and older. "It's not too late to get vaccinated, and the vaccine will help not only you, but protect those around you as well".

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Beat glaucoma with TEA

Using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey of 3406 USA women aged over 40, researchers found that women who had their ovaries removed and used HRT had a 9% lower risk of developing glaucoma. "However, as this study looked at many dietary factors and is only a snapshot taken at a single time point, further longer term studies in the United Kingdom and other populations are needed, to see if tea drinking really does protect us from glaucoma".

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New Castle County man first flu death of Delaware's 2017-2018 season

Over the last three seasons, there have been 19 pediatric influenza deaths in NY and an average of 11,183 influenza-related hospitalizations each season. Individuals and families without health insurance should check with their county health department to find out if local clinics will be held to provide free or low-priced vaccinations.

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'Man flu' is real, researcher claims

The study examined the rate of hospital admission of men with reported flu and women with reported flu, they found evidence that adult men have a higher risk of hospital admission and higher rates of deaths associated with flu compared with women, regardless of underlying disease.

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North County Again Target For Lake Effect Snow

East of Lake Ontario, with its broader fetch and more favorable wind direction, higher accumulations are in the cards. Snow flurries will cross the region again this evening and overnight as another weak disturbance pushes through the area.

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Connecticut Reports its First Flu-Related Death This Season

This flu season , there have already been five pediatric deaths in the USA due to flu. "This is more typical of what we see most years", Shahab said. "A universal vaccine would use conserved proteins of the virus - so it wouldn't change - or would change very little and then we would have the immunity for a long time", said Dr.

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Medical doctors brace for unsafe flu season resulting from ineffective pictures

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) established National Influenza Vaccination Week (NIVW) in 2005 to remind people that, even though the holiday season has begun, it's NOT too late to get a flu shot. "However imperfect, though, current influenza vaccines remain a valuable public health tool, and it is always better to get vaccinated than not to get vaccinated", the paper said.

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Missing Florida teen found safe in NY

Rodriguez was arrested on a charge of interference in child custody, and Caitlyn was detained, deputies said. Frisina's parents were overjoyed their daughter had been found after police issued several appeals for the missing teen and launched a search across state lines.

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Police make arrest in Missing child case

On Friday, Onslow County Sheriff Hans Miller said he was "overwhelmed" by the outpouring of support from the community and nearby military members, who came out to assist in the search for Mariah. There is no indication as yet that Mariah's body has been found but police believe she is deceased. Among them are the FBI's Child Abduction Rapid Deployment team and Team Adam from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

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England discover their group opponents for Russia

Tunisia and England will meet in their opening game in Volgograd on June 18 - a repeat of the 1998 World Cup group stage, when England won 2-0 in their first match in Marseille. They are pushing the likes of Adam Lallana and Jordan Henderson. Southgate is likely to be bold and give youth a chance, but the games against Tunisia and Panama will pose different challenges than the more obvious test that Belgium will pose and sometimes, experience is a greater commodity than youthful ...

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Former Trump aide Flynn pleads guilty to lying about Russian Federation links

This is a developing story - check back for updates. In a statement, Flynn, a retired Army lieutenant general said he accepted responsibility for his actions and added: "My guilty plea and agreement to cooperate with the Special Counsel's Office reflect a decision I made in the best interests of my family and of our country".

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Coffee consumption emerges as beneficial for public health

Umbrella reviews combine previous meta-analyses and give a high level summary of research findings. They wrote: 'Coffee is highly consumed worldwide and could have positive health benefits, especially in chronic liver disease. " There is a balance of risks in life, and the benefits of moderate consumption of coffee seem to outweigh the risks ", said Roderick. Though the group will soon begin their next phase to study the effect coffee has on the liver, Poole added coffee enthusiasts ...

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President Trump says he's playing golf with Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson

President Donald Trump continued his holiday Twitter marathon on Friday, slamming National Football League players for their persistent protesting and also revealing plans to hit the links with two professional golfers. The threesome played at the Trump National Golf Club in Jupiter, Fla., about 20 miles north of the presidential retreat at Mar-a-Lago. He would fit in a quick round with Tiger Woods , he said, after seeking peace in the Middle East.

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Bill Clinton accused of sexual assault . . . again

The women allege that the former POTUS assaulted them in the early 2000s, after he left office in 2001 and while he was working with billionaire Ron Burkle . Clinton had said she was unwilling to talk about the scandal that almost ended her husband's presidency. "One of the four women said that she was treated very roughly by Bill Clinton and that he grabbed her and roughly and painfully squeezed one of her nipples until she cried out and then he cupped her mouth with his hand and told ...

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Heavy rain and storms to open the weekend on warm winds!

For those living in the larger valleys, a few snow showers possible with no accumulation. Tonight , forecasters are calling for a 70 percent chance of rain, a low in the upper 30s and north-northwest wind gusts as high as 30 miles per hour.

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Family Court finalizes 21 adoptions for National Adoption Day

Beyond the official count, the agency assisted with two other adoptions in MS, and DHR staffers themselves adopted six children over the past year. The 4-year-old was delighted to finally be part of the family that already had adopted his older brother, DaKyrian Givens, 7, and sister, Ahnesty Shurme, 12.

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New rules say 46 percent of Americans have hypertension

The new guidelines classify high blood pressure as 130/80 mm Hg rather than 140/90. "We want to be straight with people - if you already have a doubling of risk, you need to know about it", said Dr. The guidelines recommend lifestyle changes, eating a healthy, low-sodium diet, rich in potassium - bananas, potatoes, avocados, leafy green vegetables - weight loss, exercise, and cutting out alcohol and tobacco.