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Cordova man arrested after standoff

According to an arrest affidavit obtained Thursday, police began with surveillance footage acquired from a nearby residents. "Attempted to negotiate with that individual, and that's when he raised his firearm, pointing it at the officers that were on scene", said Sarah Jensen, with the Norman Police Department.

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The Microsoft (MSFT) Given Buy Rating at William Blair

Microsoft Corporation ( NASDAQ : MSFT ) has risen 37.43% since March 28, 2017 and is uptrending. It has outperformed by 5.90% the S&P500. Microsoft now has a market capitalisation of $728.86bn, behind Google's parent company Alphabet ($733.67bn) Amazon ($757.86bn) and Apple ($884.68bn).

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HC restores 20 disqualified AAP MLAs' membership

In such circumstances, the EC claimed in its opinion to the President, there is no doubt over the fact that such a large scale appointment of Parliamentary Secretaries had "not only jeopardised" the functioning of these individual MLAs but also the entire Assembly.

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Here are 10 important facts about the life-threatening disease

Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by bacteria ( Mycobacterium tuberculosis ) that most often affect the lungs. Though, in the case of this disease, a person needs to fight the disease properly by taking the all medication timely. "Significant patients present to us with recurrence or relapse of tubercular infection", said Dr Sandeep Nayar, Senior Consultant and HOD, Respiratory Department, BLK Super Speciality Hospital.

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Easy lifestyle changes could prevent 3500 cancer cases

Researchers say it could be preventable by making a few simple changes in your daily routine. As a result, obesity is on course to overtake smoking as the main preventable cause of the deadly disease. The CRUK study has examined lesser known causes including a lack of fibre in your diet, not enough exercise , air pollution and processed meat. Most of these cases are linked to Human Papillomavirus ( HPV ) and H.

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Brokers Opinions on: Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN)

Several large investors have recently added to or reduced their stakes in the company. Amazon is certainly in no mood to slow down anytime soon so we can expect the company to keep pushing forward with its growth objectives. Corporate investors have 61.90% stake in the business as Beta Factor, which is commonly used to evaluate perils of the safety measures, was 1.59. The hedge fund run by Sharlyn C.

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You won't believe India's global ranking in world happiness list; Finland tops

Obviously, India lacks behind in the above mentioned fields which is our country has been ranked behind most of our neighbouring countries in the table led by Finland . The United States of America fell to 18th place from 14th past year. It's followed by Denmark , Iceland and Switzerland. He said that Nordic countries nearly always rank near the top of the happiness report .

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Karti Chidambaram remanded in CBI custody for 3 three more days

This comes two days after the apex court on Tuesday refused to grant anticipatory bail to the Congress leader. Delhi Court today extended the judicial custody of Karti Chidambaram's Charted Accountant S Bhaskararaman by 14 days in connection with INX media money laundering case.

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Nidahas Trophy: India defeats Bangladesh by Six Wickets

However, Dhawan and Suresh Raina stabilised the innings with a 68-run partnership, during which Dhawan brought up his half-century, before Raina was caught by Mehedy Hasan Miraz at square leg off the bowling of Rubel for 28. India made some errors on the field, dropping three catches in all and sending down as many as 11 wides and two no-balls, but Bangladesh were not good enough to capitalise.

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FDA Approves First Home Test for Breast Cancer Genes

In a reversal of fortune for 23andMe, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted the company the first-ever authorization for direct-to-consumer genetic testing for cancer risk without a prescription. The approval comes four years after the FDA threw the brakes on 23andMe's race across the consumer genetic testing landscape in a November 2013 warning letter that amounted to a cease-and-desist order.

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Number of Children Hospitalized by Opioid Overdose Almost Doubles

The study, found in the Pediatrics journal , examined the number of children between the ages of one and 17 who were taken to the hospital for opioid-related overdoses. The Centers for Disease Prevention and Control describes OUD as a problematic pattern of opioid use that causes significant impairment or distress. And in 2016 a team at the Yale School of Medicine found the number of kids who received emergency treatment for a drug overdose more than doubled between 1997 and 2012.

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South African Listeria Linked to Polony from Enterprise

Results from the factory became available at Saturday midnight, prompting the Health Minister to hold an urgent media briefing in which he informed the public to avoid all processed meat products immediately. "In addition, as a precaution, Pick n Pay branded chicken polony, manufactured by Rainbow, is also being withdrawn". All fridges and food preparation areas in Pick n Pay shops would now be re-cleaned to prevent any cross-contamination.

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Teacher in custody after firing shot, barricading himself at Dalton High School

Police in the town where a Georgia teacher is accused of firing a gunshot in a high school classroom say they encountered him twice before exhibiting odd behavior. "It's our basic student right to feel safe at school and if (teachers were armed), I wouldn't feel safe", Chastain said. But a spokesman says apparently the teacher DIDN'T intend to harm any students.

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IOC upholds ban on Russia

PYEONGCHANG , South Korea (AP) - It began with politics. "I think it's appropriate that even if we forgive them, we should not forget the actions that they did during those Games. With Krushelnitsky and Bryzgalova's third-place annulled, the bronze medal will be awarded to the Norway pair of Kristin Skaslien and Magnus Nedregotten, who had originally finished fourth.

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Los Angeles Rams: New first round options after acquiring Marcus Peters

The trade can not be officially processed until March 14. With the added players in the secondary on their way, the Chiefs may have felt they had enough depth to trade Peters. But Peters also joins the Rams with some character concerns. If the Rams were able to retain their first round pick for this year's draft, it will come as a huge bonus, allowing them to possibly use that in an area of need depending on how things transpire in free agency.

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Four States Form Coalition to Track Guns After 'Federal Government's Continued Inaction'

The states will collaborate on several fronts, including creating a multi-state task force to trace and intercept illegal guns and establishing a regional gun violence research consortium through their public colleges and universities. "Despite the best efforts of powerful lobbyists from special interest groups, we will work together as a coalition of states to keep our communities safe".

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F1: Mercedes-AMG Reveals 2018 W09 EQ Power+ Championship Successor

When asked for his thoughts on it, Wolff replied: "I'm not impressed with the whole thing and if you gave me a chainsaw I would take it off. We need to look after the drivers" safety but what we have implemented is aesthetically not appealing.

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More than 20000 catch measles as parents shun vaccination

Romania had the most, with 5,562, followed by Italy, with 5,006, and Ukraine, with 4,767. HIGHLY contagious measles outbreaks reached more than 20,000 across Europe past year after parents shunned vaccinations, health experts have warned .

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Salmonella outbreak linked to Kratom

The CDC , which urges consumers to not use kratom in any form because of the possibility of salmonella contamination, said the infections started in October and have affected 20 states. In 2016, the Drug Enforcement Administration tried to classify kratom in the same category as heroin but backed off after an intense public backlash.

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Google can now scan your eyes for heart disease

In this case, Google's Verily is using eye scans to accurately predict an individual's age, blood pressure, and whether or not they smoke. Google researchers along with those from its health technology subsidary Verily Life Sciences , have created a new way with which a person's heart attack risk may be predicted.

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Belgian man at the centre of the Oxfam scandal denies allegations

That men could be exploiting some of the most vulnerable people in the poorest country in the Americas, all the while being paid to advocate for their wellbeing, is a hypocrisy not lost on Josefine [a onetime Oxford employee who made an accusation against Van Hauwermeiren].

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Olympic Figure Skaters Credit God In Unlikely Return To Ice

These lovebirds were the first married couple from the U.S. to compete at the Winter Olympics in 20 years. She lost a significant amount of weight, dropping down to 80 pounds. "This journey is really between Chris and I.it's not about our score and it's not about the other teams being better than us". You never know whether or not you'll be back on Olympic ice again.

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FBI Warned About Nikolas Cruz Months Ago. Yet, Trump Blames the Kids

Bennight received a call from a Mississippi FBI field office and then received another call from an FBI agent in Miami. Authorities said the alleged gunman, Nikolas Cruz , stopped at a Wal-Mart, a Subway restaurant and a McDonald's immediately after carrying out the second-deadliest mass shooting at a public school in USA history.

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Fight The Flu: Walmart Offering Flu Shots Through Flu Season

Hawaii and OR reported regional flu activity; Washington, D.C., and Gaum reported local influenza; and the U.S. Virgin Islands reported sporadic activity for the week. Last year, only 698 cases of the flu were reported in all. And that's why its even more important to take preventative actions every day throughout flu season .

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Maker of OxyContin to stop promoting opioids to doctors

OxyContin has always been the world's top-selling opioid painkiller and generated billions in sales for privately-held Purdue. Doctors who want information on opioids will now need to contact the company's medical affairs department. A surge in prescriptions of opioids followed the 1995 release of the drug when about 90 million opioid prescriptions were filled. "We are deeply troubled by the opioid crisis, and we are dedicated to being part of the solution", the company said.