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Infants should share parents' room for 1st year, report finds

The safest place for an infant to sleep is on a separate sleep surface designed for infants close to the parents' bed. In a policy statement released Monday , the group, which provides advice on raising children, recommended that newborns sleep in the same room as their parents for the first year of life, or at least for the first six months. Read More »

New Statement From Jim Carrey Amidst Wrongful Death Suit


Jim Carrey has hit back at two wrongful death lawsuits filed against him in a lengthy court document following the death of his ex-girlfriend Cathriona White. In a statement issued Tuesday, Sweetman's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, called Carrey "disgusting and dishonest". "It is understandable that a mother who has lost a daughter will look for someone to blame". Read More »

Clinton Leads Trump Nationally by 11 Points

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a former rival for the White House who has became a close ally of Trump, also reaffirmed his backing even as he called Trump's comments in the 2005 video "completely indefensible". That would give her 356 votes in the electoral college - significantly more than the 270 needed to win the presidency. Raddatz, who also moderated a debate in the Democratic primary , said the candidates set the tone for the debate as soon as they walked on the stage by not ... Read More »

BHCPD hosting Drug Take-Back Day


Sen Jack Reed, who announced the program on Friday. In its 11 previous take-back events, the DEA and its partners have received more than 6.4 million pounds, or about 3,200 tons, of pills. Citizens were able to visit Take Back Day collection sites located around the county to drop off their unused and expired prescription drugs. Branstad said Iowa's Department of Public Health reported 23 Iowans died from prescription opioid overdose deaths in 2015 - the largest single category of ... Read More »

Michael Owen states his prediction for Chelsea v Leicester

I'm trying to find who put this money (on)". But Chelsea insiders describe that idea as "nonsense" - and Conte himself, who has a three-year contract, laughed it off. "These types of players who put themselves before the team, I like them a lot". He can play with three in midfield and with two in midfield and at Leicester last season he played with Danny Drinkwater and against Hull City he played with Nemanja Matic. Read More »

Louisville outlasts Duke to improve to 5-1


In a rare fourth quarter appearance on the year, the young signal-caller made several big plays in leading the Cardinals to a scoring drive just after the Blue Devils cut the lead to three points late in the game. With a fresh set of downs at the Duke 15-yard line and just 2:05 left on the clock, Louisville scored the game-clinching touchdown two plays later on a two-yard scamper by Lamar Jackson . Read More »

Ben Affleck Gushes Over Ex Jennifer Garner

He's also an expert in dishing out major pain. Jon Bernthal (as Brax): "If the secrets get too big, killing him may be the cost of doing business". What King's plan doesn't take into account is that Wolff is a math savant. The film always plays best when Affleck embodies the man of action, either busting out Indonesian martial arts to take down henchmen, or covering the walls of an entire room in mathematical equations as he explores a company's accounting history. Read More »

Florida IDs new Miami neighborhood as Zika zone

Miami Ave. However, research has yet to confirm if the virus has been infected to other countries, changes in the tropical weather, large population of mosquitos is a certain area or the worldwide travel hubs. "By working together with leading innovators and our partners in government, business, and civil society, we will quickly scale up new innovations to help communities everywhere including the world's most vulnerable to combat Zika and prevent future outbreaks", said Wendy Taylor, ... Read More »

Trump looms large in New Hampshire Senate debate

Kelly Ayotte and Democratic challenger Gov. Maggie Hassan agreed money in politics should be limited. Her lukewarm feelings toward Trump have her toeing a thin line to court Independent and Democratic voters in a state the businessman won handily in the Republican primary. Read More »

Chicago Tribune knocks Trump, endorses Johnson

The paper also defended voters who make the choice to vote third party rather than to vote for one of the two major candidates, noting that a vote for Gary Johnson isn't a "throwaway" vote. Many newspapers that traditionally back Republican nominees have endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton this year, while The Detroit News and New Hampshire Union-Leader, among others, have lined up behind Johnson . Read More »

Chicago Tribune endorses Libertarian Gary Johnson for president

Johnson talked about those problems in the WLS interview, saying "You know we're human in this process and that was my problem, two days later I'm still thinking of a world leader right now that I do look up to". RealClearPolitics shows Johnson now polling nationally at 7 percent, well behind both Trump and Clinton, but easily ahead of fellow outsider candidate Jill Stein, who represents the Green Party. Read More »

Florida teen says she was chased by clown at school bus stop


The department took to their Facebook page Thursday to let residents know there are no clowns stalking the neighborhood. Classes and other activities were continuing as scheduled, the district said. The first incident was on September 29 at a bus stop near Trotter Road and 134th Avenue North. Officers searched the area, the agency said, and not only didn't find anyone but also did not find any evidence that anyone had been back in those woods recently. Read More »

Wells Fargo CEO forfeits millions as board orders review


Neither Stumpf nor Tolstedt will receive a bonus for 2016, the bank says. Last week, Warren slammed Stumpf for "gutless" leadership, in part for his refusal to cut compensation for Carrie Tolstedt, who led Wells Fargo's community banking division during the entire time fake accounts were created. Read More »

Multistate E. coli outbreak leads to meat recall


In addition to interviews, the CDC also has a national database created to catch emerging outbreaks by looking for DNA matches from bacterial samples of infected people, indicating they were likely infected by the same source. coli contamination. "We recommend that consumers, restaurants, and retailers do not use, serve, or sell the recalled meat products". When available, the retail distribution list (s) will be posted on the FSIS website at . Read More »

Woman says she found whole rat's head in Popeyes fried chicken meal


Thomas, who was at a Harlem Popeyes with family and found a rat's head in her food, has now retained an attorney. The fact that the rat-chicken is usually eaten in the dark is a plot device to prevent premature discovery of the "secret", although some might consider it an important symbolic aspect of the legend. Read More »

Some things to know about opioids, political cash in Nevada

In 2015, Healey pushed for legislation - later signed into law by Baker - making trafficking of fentanyl a crime punishable by up to 20 years in prison. "I don't keep track of it". In Ohio, that pushed those who got their drugs from doctors to buying drugs on the street. The subcommittee deals with numerous issues of interest to the pain-management industry. Read More »

Study confirms Zika causes brain birth defects, questions remain

Northern Michigan's News Leader is working to keep you up to date on the Zika virus and what you need to know about it. None of the Michigan cases was acquired locally, and none included pregnant women, said Jennifer Eisner, spokeswoman for Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. Read More »

How the Sugar Industry Spent Decades Manipulating Health Studies


In it, University of California, San Francisco researchers uncover a long history of sugar companies influencing research. "This study suggests that the sugar industry sponsored its first CHD [coronary heart disease] research project in 1965 to downplay early warning signs that sucrose consumption was a risk factor in CHD". Read More »

Clinton to release more medical details after health scare

In a brief telephone interview with CNN , the Democratic presidential nominee - who abruptly left a September 11 memorial service Sunday in NY - said that she's "feeling so much better" and that she'll be back on the campaign trail in "the next few days". Read More »

In new move, Apple won't reveal opening weekend iPhone 7 sales

Unlike past events, everyone is wondering this year whether or not it's actually worth getting the new iPhone or any Apple product. It introduces advanced new camera systems . The 7 packs a single 12MP rear camera . And with an all-new depth-of-field effect (coming soon), portrait shots will look better than ever. IPhone 7 features a 4.7-inch display with 3D touch, while iPhone 7 Plus has a 5.5-inch Retina HD display with 3D touch. Read More »

Vitamin D Protects From Asthma


Adrian Martineau . Speaking at a review of the research at London's Science Media Centre on Monday, lead research author Professor Adrian Martineau said: "Asthma is a rising problem in the United Kingdom, with one out of 11 people receiving treatment for it every day". Read More »

New CDC Report: Wisconsin Obesity Rate Remains Steady


The obesity rate among blacks in Alabama is 43.2 percent, compared to 31.1 percent for whites and 27.6 percent for Latinos. Tied with Alabama and MS, the states are behind only Louisiana with an obesity rate of 36.2 percent, according to the 13th Annual State of Obesity Report: Better Policies for a Healthier America released Thursday. Read More »

Trump expresses regret for Clinton aide Huma Abedin's divorce


Her role deepened as Clinton won a New York Senate seat in 2000, ran for president in 2008 and later served as President Barack Obama's secretary of state. Campaign strategist Joel Benenson contended during an interview on CNN's "New Day" that Trump's suggestion Clinton was "careless and negligent" by allowing Weiner - who resigned from Congress after mistakenly tweeting an explicit image of himself - to be close to highly classified information is "another one of the outlandish things ... Read More »

FDA urges screening blood donations for Zika


The FDA has authorized use of two experimental blood screening tests for Zika, one made by Roche and another from Hologic Inc . and Grifols. The FDA issues such Emergency Use Authorization during public health emergencies. The mosquito-borne Zika virus has triggered an epidemic of birth defects that leave newborns with abnormally small heads and underdeveloped brains. Read More »

Confirmed Cases of Hepatitis A Linked to Virginia Tropical Smoothie Cafes


Genetic testing shows the illnesses were caused by a strain of hepatitis A that has been associated with past outbreaks due to frozen strawberries from Egypt. Exposure can occur through direct contact with another person who has the infection or by consuming food or drinks that had been contaminated, health officials said. Read More »

Green Party candidate Jill Stein campaigning in Colorado


Elizabeth Warren for claiming that a vote for the Green Party nominee could only help Donald Trump. That means, if 6.3 million people across the country "waste" their votes on Johnson, Stein, or De La Fuente, the 2020 election becomes a break-through year in the American two-party system. Read More »

Here's how many confirmed Zika cases came out of the Rio Olympics

Because the Zika virus has forced the deferral of hundreds of thousands of donors across the nation, Prijatel said, blood centers have asked people who have never given blood before to consider making a donation. Zika's confusing, because it can hang out in a man's semen for months. But since there had been no confirmations of the Zika-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito in or around the Baton Rouge area, experts actually feared an outbreak of West Nile virus , not Zika, according to the New ... Read More »

Case of Florida teen offers hope in fighting brain-eating amoeba


Sebastian DeLeon contracted the Naegleria fowleri infection after swimming on private property in Broward County, Florida Department of Health officials believe. The cases are so rare that only four people have survived in the past 50 years. "We were fortunate to be so close", said Sebastian's mother Brunilda Gonzalez. Read More »

Fifth human West Nile case reported


West Nile Virus has been a public health concern since 2002, when Canada's first human infection occurred. One source can be neglected swimming pools which can lead to West Nile Virus carrying mosquitoes. Wear long-sleeved shirts, pants, shoes and socks whenever possible outdoors. DEET , Picaridin, Oil of Lemon Eucalyptus (also called p-menthane-3,8-diol or PMD) and IR3535 are good choices. Read More »

Blue Cut Fire Now 83 Percent Contained


Costa Dillon, a spokesperson for the fire department, says containment of the fire some 60 miles east of Los Angeles was at 83%. Power outages are keeping people from returning home: a spokesperson from Southern California Edison said that they need to replace more than 300 fallen power poles and miles of wire, but can't do so until fire danger has passed. Read More »

Zika in Miami was 'just a matter of time'

Both are in Miami-Dade County, and Scott said the state still believes local transmissions are occurring in one-square mile in Wynwood, a trendy arts neighborhood near Miami . Overall, Florida has more than 450 known Zika cases, 440 of them in travelers. All county health departments are now offering free Zika risk assessment and testing to any pregnant woman who would like to be tested. Read More »

Study IDs 2 Zika Virus Proteins Linked to Microcephaly

Earlier this month, the first cases of locally acquired Zika infection were confirmed in the Miami-area Wynwood neighborhood. "Making insect repellent available for guests in public areas of hotels and other public accommodations, as well as directing them to information such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] website, would help to build protective behaviors", said Cahyanto, an affiliate TCMI researcher from Black Hills State University in Spearfish, S.D. Read More »

USA drug agency denies marijuana reclassification

It's passed due that we expand opportunities for medical research, and now the DEA needs to take the next step and remove marijuana from schedule I . The drug is now listed on Schedule I, meaning that it is viewed as having "no acceptable medical use in treatment", and is therefore banned in the United States. Read More »

Relief as All Black Sevens recover to beat Kenya


He will be replaced by Sione Molia while Joe Webber is the other New Zealand player who is also in doubt. Sonny Bill Williams will play no further part at the Olympics for the New Zealand 7s team. "You never see a minnow come here and beat a team which is supposed to be a gold medal contender". It was not the only shock to the New Zealand team. Read More »