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The number of people this might affect would be a very small percentage of people who play games. The WHO released the latest edition of its International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems (ICD), the 11th such revision of the popular diagnostic manual.
  • Govt decision on M. bovis cattle disease

    Govt decision on M. bovis cattle disease

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    Found in Europe and the USA, the bacteria can cause cows to develop mastitis, pneumonia, arthritis and other diseases. The bacteria is not a threat to humans, but can cause production delays on farms. In Ashburton, some farmers are anxious that eradicating Mycoplasma bovis will disproportionately hurt their herds through culling. The cost of the eradication program is estimated at 886 million New Zealand dollars ($616 million) over ten years.
  • Sleeping in on weekends could save your life

    Sleeping in on weekends could save your life

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    According to the researchers, this means that people who were impaired from chronic sleep restriction were unaware of any impairment. There's no clear-cut answer yet on why sleeping on weekends makes a difference. They might sleep six hours or slightly less. "If somebody is routinely awake for more than 18 hours daily, then they are also routinely sleeping for less than six hours daily", explained Dr.
  • State Delivering Hepatitis A Vaccine Doses To Most Affected Counties

    State Delivering Hepatitis A Vaccine Doses To Most Affected Counties

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    The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources ( DHHR ) is requesting that the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department provide hepatitis A vaccination clinics for restaurant and food service employees in those counties. Those counties include Boyd, Bullitt, Carter, Greenup, Hardin, Jefferson, McCracken, Meade, Montgomery and Warren. The disease spreads through traces of fecal matter of infected people making contact with another person's mouth, Ray said.
  • Another chapter in the Richie Incognito saga

    Another chapter in the Richie Incognito saga

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    What goes on in Incognito's life isn't a problem for Bills fans to worry about anymore, yet it is never good to see something like this happen to a former player. Officers said when they tried to tell Incognito they were concerned he would hurt someone or himself; he asked a woman at the gym to call the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
  • National Football League consider 15-yard penalty for kneeling during anthem

    National Football League consider 15-yard penalty for kneeling during anthem

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    A list of people who shouldn't be in the country include members of the MS-13 gang and NFL players who refuse to stand for the national anthem, according to President Donald Trump . Golden State coach Steve Kerr , trying to guide the Warriors to their fourth consecutive NBA Finals, ripped the NFL's new anthem policy and America's lack of gun safety laws as "idiotic" on Thursday.
  • Harvey Weinstein Turns Himself In To NYPD To Face Charges

    Harvey Weinstein Turns Himself In To NYPD To Face Charges

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    Harvey Weinstein turned himself into the NYPD on Friday morning where he was charged with rape and other sex crimes. He is now out on bail, wearing a monitoring device. Harvey Weinstein has arrived at a New York City courthouse in handcuffs to face rape, criminal sex act and other charges. McGowan told the AP on Thursday that she is gratified but "still in shock" that Weinstein was expected to surrender.
  • Here's how new bride Sonam Kapoor celebrated her wedding in Cannes

    Here's how new bride Sonam Kapoor celebrated her wedding in Cannes

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    Sonam Kapoor wore this Delpozo outfit for the auction dinner for NGO Positive Planet with Jacques Attali. "It is a complicated discussion, but at this point in time, this is my choice", she said. "Anand changed his name too, he made a decision to add something to his name, but nobody wrote about that". "It's my personal choice and somebody judging me for it is ridiculous", Sonam said on a parting note.
  • Taraji Henson is getting married

    Taraji Henson is getting married

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    Alongside a photograph of her sparkling engagement ring and a congratulatory cake , Taraji wrote: "I said yes y'all!" "#ForeverKindaLove" is what Taraji captioned the photo of she and Kelvin in their matching Cartier Love bracelets.
  • Ebola vaccine developed by Canada okayed for Congo

    Ebola vaccine developed by Canada okayed for Congo

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    According to both Stat and Reuters , the DRC granted the World Health Organization approval to use the investigational recombinant vesicular stomatitis virus-Zaire Ebola virus (rVSV-ZEBOV) in a ring vaccination targeting close contacts of Ebola patients.
  • Celebrities are crestfallen over 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' cancellation

    Celebrities are crestfallen over 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' cancellation

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    All five seasons of the series are available to stream on Hulu right now. Although Fox has a history of creating lackluster one-and-done television shows, Brooklyn Nine-Nine is not one of those. The idea of Brooklyn Nine-Nine getting revived by a rival network is not outlandish. For instance, season five introduced a well-known character discovering that she is bisexual.
  • White House won't deny aide mocked McCain's cancer

    White House won't deny aide mocked McCain's cancer

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    On " The View ", Meghan McCain said her father is "actually doing really well right now". White House press secretary Sarah Sanders called reports of Donald Trump's longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from AT&T and Novartis, a major pharmaceutical company, "the definition of draining the swamp" due to the stated fact that the President was not influenced by him.
  • Ghana and Nigeria to prevent spread of Ebola

    Ghana and Nigeria to prevent spread of Ebola

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    We must ensure the very best protection for the communities at risk and for the health workers working to protect lives - now and for future outbreaks. The virus is transmitted to people from wild animals and is spread person to person through direct contact with bodily fluids, including but not limited to blood , sweat, saliva, breast milk and tears.
  • Coli Outbreak Is Only Getting Worse

    Coli Outbreak Is Only Getting Worse

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    What's more , it can take up to 72 hours for people to show symptoms of E. coli food poisoning , Chapman said, and then it may be several more days before the illness is confirmed as E. Food & Drug Administration. Because labels on romaine lettuce do not often list growing regions, it can be hard for a consumer to tell whether the lettuce they are purchasing is part of the outbreak.
  • Breast Cancer scandal: 270 woman died after NHS computer error denied screenings

    Breast Cancer scandal: 270 woman died after NHS computer error denied screenings

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    The 2012 study says there's also a group of women who are "over-diagnosed" - in other words they receive treatment for a cancer that "would never have caused problems" if it had not been picked up in screening. CRANBURY, N.J. -( BUSINESS WIRE )-OncLive®, the leading provider of resources and information to oncology professionals, presents the latest State of the Science Summit™ on breast cancer.
  • How To Combat Tick And Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

    How To Combat Tick And Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

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    Census Bureau. Petersen says the CDC is helping to provide funding for states to build up their capacity to respond to emerging diseases spread by pests. Overseas travel and commerce are more common than ever. "Some of the manifestations of Lyme Disease are deadly", said Yourdon. "We've seen an increase here in Vermont over the last couple of years in tick-borne diseases in particular".
  • The HSE confirm 17 women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy have died

    The HSE confirm 17 women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy have died

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    Under the auspices of this statutory investigation an International Peer Review Group will examine the cervical screening programme in Ireland against international best practice and standards. "She said, 'I don't care what happens, I'm not going to agree to a confidentiality agreement.' If she had, none of this would have come out". 'In addition I am appointing an International Clinical Expert Panel to provide the women concerned with an individual clinical review.