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Bird Flu Infects 7 People in China This Month, Killing Two

China has reported at least seven cases of bird flu in humans across the country this month, including two deaths, as authorities take steps to guard against an outbreak. Five cases of H7N9 bird flu infections have been diagnosed in central Anhui province since Dec. 8, and two people have died, state media reported. In Shanghai, officials said this week that a man was diagnosed with H7N9 and is being treated in a city hospital. Another case has been reported in Xiamen in coastal Fujian province, where poultry sales have…

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Kids Need Just Two Doses of Cancer Vaccine

Kids aged 11-12 should get only two doses of a vaccine to prevent cancers caused by human papillomavirus, instead of the previously recommended three shots, US health authorities said Thursday. The updated recommendation from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is based on research that shows younger adolescents can get similar protection that way, and may be more likely to get vaccinated if fewer shots are required. HPV is a common sexually transmitted infection that can cause cancers of the head, neck, cervix, penis and anus. Some…

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How Two Of the World’s Top Athletes Battled Burnout

At age 35, Ervin is the oldest male swimmer on the U.S. team at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, competing in his third Olympics. He has racked up two gold medals at Rio, one in the 50-meter freestyle and one as part of the 4×100 freestyle relay team, racing in the prelims. Koudele, 36, an endurance runner from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is on pace to become the first woman to complete the Grand Slam Plus, a series of seven-day, 155-mile running events in extreme climates. Koudele was…

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India smartphone Shipments Up 23 percentage in Q1, Apple Grew sixty two percentage: Counterpoint

India telephone marketplace grew 23 percentage inside the first vicinity of 2016, surpassing america to emerge as the second largest u . s . a . in terms of customers, whilst income remained flat globally, studies corporation Counterpoint said on Friday. “India which passed US to grow to be the second biggest telephone market in terms of clients has persevered to check in strong call for for phone,” Counterpoint research research Director Peter Richardson stated. there can be a large possibility for each participant in the cellular cost chain even…

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Weekend Getaways That’ll Cost Less Than a Meal For Two: Mumbai Read more at: http://goodtimes.ndtv.com/features/weekend-getaways-thatll-cost-less-than-a-meal-for-two-mumbai-1268425?cp

Here’s something you didn’t know, you could plan a weekend getaway and spend Less thanĀ  what you would on a fancy dinner for two. So all you Mumbaikars, pack your bags, hit the throttle, and plunge for a break! 1. Go, raise a coast! a) Palgarh The scenic location of this princely state, replete with waterfalls makes it the perfect retreat. Mahim and Kelve beach are both at an arm’s distance from Palgarh. All you art enthusiasts, can get an introduction to Worli art here. Distance: 113 km Room tariff:…

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Kids Who Eat Two Breakfasts Are Less Likely to be Overweight

A growing number of children are eating free breakfasts at school, but the push to provide morning meals for all children in low-income communities has long been accompanied by a concern that it might mean more kids end up eating a double breakfast, one at home and one at school, increasing their risk of obesity. A new study suggests that it is not children who indulge twice, but those who skip breakfast altogether, who are more likely to be overweight. In other words, two breakfasts appear to be better than…

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