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India's no-meat, no-lust advice for pregnant women ridiculed
Technology
Published in 20-6-2017
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Malnutrition and anemia, or iron deficiency, are key factors behind India's having one of the world's highest rates of maternal mortality, with 174 of every 100,000 pregnancies resulting in the mother's death in 2015. "The government is doling out unscientific and irrational advice, instead of ensuring that poor pregnant women get to eat a nutritious, high-protein diet," said gynec ...>>
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AP poll: Few agree with Trump move to ditch Paris accord
Technology
Published in 20-6-2017
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WASHINGTON (AP) A new poll finds that less than a third of Americans support President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accord, with just 18 percent of respondents agreeing with his claim that pulling out of the international agreement to reduce carbon emissions will help the U.S. economy. The survey conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs ...>>
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Dems hit secrecy of GOP health care bill, threaten delays
Technology
Published in 20-6-2017
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WASHINGTON (AP) Lacking the votes to stop it, Democrats are criticizing the still-evolving Senate Republican health care bill as a stealthy measure that GOP leaders want to rush through the chamber before anyone knows what's really in it. [...] they were hoping it would have at least two effects scare off Republicans wavering over whether to back the measure, and show liberal activists tha ...>>
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How the AP-NORC poll on climate change was conducted
Technology
Published in 20-6-2017
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The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research poll on climate change and the Paris climate accord was conducted by NORC on June 8-11. The original sample was drawn from respondents selected randomly from NORC's National Frame based on address-based sampling and recruited by mail, email, telephone and face-to-face interviews.
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Report: Baylor officials did nothing after being notified of assaults
Technology
Published in 20-6-2017
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According to an alleged victim of multiple assaults by an ex-football player, Baylor coach Art Briles and university president Ken Starr did nothing after being informed.

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Rivers in US West turn dangerous as days warm, snow thaws
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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(AP) Massive waterfalls in Yosemite National Park and rivers raging in mountains throughout the western United States are thundering with greater force than they have for years and proving deadly as warm weather melts the deepest mountain snowpack in recent memory. Record snowfall on towering Western peaks this winter virtually eliminated California's five-year drought and it is now meltin ...>>
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Experts: Uber must make changes at top to fix culture woes
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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Experts interviewed by The Associated Press say CEO Travis Kalanick should step aside or at minimum change his behavior for the company to make progress. A CEO's behavior sets the tone for the rest of the company, says Cindy Schipani, a business law professor at the University of Michigan who has taken part in investigations of corporate conduct. Jennifer Chatman, a business professor at th ...>>
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New frontier in cancer care: Turning blood into living drugs
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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Immune therapy is the hottest trend in cancer care and this is its next frontier creating "living drugs" that grow inside the body into an army that seeks and destroys tumors. Early-stage studies are stirring hope as one-time infusions of supercharged immune cells help a remarkable number of patients with intractable leukemia or lymphoma. Currently available only in studies at major cancer cent ...>>
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WHO: Maldives, Bhutan eliminate childhood killer measles
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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NEW DELHI (AP) The World Health Organization says Bhutan and the Maldives have eliminated measles, becoming the first countries in their region to stop the highly contagious child killer. Measles, an airborne disease spread through coughing and sneezing, can lead to pneumonia, brain inflammation, hospitalization or death, mainly among children.
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Report: Baylor officials did nothing after being notified of assaults
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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According to an alleged victim of multiple assaults by an ex-football player, Baylor coach Art Briles and university president Ken Starr did nothing after being informed.

Reference: www.chron.com
Former Cougar Seth Romero selected by Nationals
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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Romero, the No. 25 overall section, was limited to seven starts this season because of off-field issues. He was originally suspended a month for rules violations - among them a missed curfew and failed drug test - and was ultimately kicked off the team 10 days after being reinstated for fighting with a teammate.

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Astros draft Texas A&M pitcher Corbin Martin in second round
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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Martin, listed at 6-foot-2, 200 pounds, is from Cypress and graduated from Cypress Ranch High School.

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Injury-ridden Astros fall to Rangers
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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Yu Darvish held the Astros to two walks and no hits into the fifth inning, and the Rangers generated two runs on three consecutive hits off Astros starter Joe Musgrove in the second inning of a 6-1 Texas win at Minute Maid Park.

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Astros draft Arizona second baseman J.J. Matijevic at 75th overall
Technology
Published in 13-6-2017
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Matijevic broke out this season with a .383/.436/.633 batting line in 240 at-bats for Arizona. He's originally from North Huntingdon, Pa.

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Wasted green power tests China's energy leadership
Technology
Published in 6-6-2017
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BEIJING (AP) Its efforts to cut pollution have made China the world leader in renewable energy development, yet that green power has been wasted as the country struggles to integrate wind and solar farms into an outdated and balkanized electricity network dominated by coal. The problem threatens to slow China's progress in clearing its air and controlling the greenhouse gas emissions that m ...>>
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