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Katy Perry Slammed By Indians. Here's The Reason Why

Katy Perry Slammed By Indians. Here's The Reason Why

One user commented: "Do you have any right to insult others god?" Katy Perry has now also come under fire, after posting a picture of the Hindu goddess Kali on her Instagram , with the caption: "current mood". Despite fan pressure, the picture still remains on Katy's Instagram page. Katy Perry has invited the wrath of Indians . Perry was raised in a conservative Christian household but has previously said she is not Christian. Read More

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MA adds jobs in March, but unemployment rate climbs slightly

MA adds jobs in March, but unemployment rate climbs slightly

The agency also says that the state added 3,000 construction jobs and 3,300 jobs in education and health services compared to the previous March. After seasonal adjustments, which include taking into account factors specific to this time of year, Florida's unemployment rate settled at 4.8 percent in March, which is still a drop from the February figure of 5 percent. Read More

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Giants activate C Buster Posey from concussion list

Giants activate C Buster Posey from concussion list

The Royals left the bases loaded in the eighth, two on in the ninth and had two on when Eric Hosmer grounded into a double play in the 10th. C Buster Posey was activated from the seven-day concussion list prior to Tuesday's game. Bochy said in a text message to The Associated Press that he was doing well following his brief procedure. Posey was put on the list last week after he was struck in the helmet by a 94 miles per hour fastball from Arizona's Taijuan Walker. Read More

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Spread of Brain Parasite, Angiostrongylus Cantonensis, Blamed on Climate Change

Spread of Brain Parasite, Angiostrongylus Cantonensis, Blamed on Climate Change

Medical observers said the severity of the condition varies, depending on the part of the brain damaged by the parasite . "It really does disrupt and destroy people's lives". On average, Maui sees about 10 cases of rat lungworm per year, locals having a habit of not washing their fruit before consuming it. The parasite is carried by rats and transmitted by snails and slugs. Read More

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Ohio quadruplets all accepted at Ivy League universities

Ohio quadruplets all accepted at Ivy League universities

As fate would have it, the siblings have now gotten one foot into an impressive array of schools - Nigel got into Johns Hopkins and Vanderbilt , Zach made the cut with Cornell , while Nick and Aaron got into Stanford , among others. You guys are hard workers, and the sky's the limit, '" said Zachary Wade. There's four, ' " Wade said. He was the first born of the fraternal quadruplets . Read More

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Michelle Beadle Becomes Full-Time Host On 'NBA Countdown' Over Sage Steele

Michelle Beadle Becomes Full-Time Host On 'NBA Countdown' Over Sage Steele

Steele saw her popularity dive when she posted an Instagram post criticizing people who were protesting the Trump administration's controversial travel ban at airports (she expressed concern for the inconvenience it caused travelers). Beadle called the role the "best job in sports". She will also host ESPN's and ABC's studio coverage throughout the NBA Playoffs, which includes ESPN's exclusive coverage of the Western Conference Finals. Read More

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Most Children Who Died from the Flu Had Not Received a Vaccine

Most Children Who Died from the Flu Had Not Received a Vaccine

To try to better understand why children die of the flu, research published in the journal Pediatrics looked at the cases of more than 300 children who contracted and later died from the flu over the last few years. The shot reduced the risk of death in children by 65 percent overall, but only 51 percent in high-risk children. Or, to put it another way: a simple flu shot probably could have spared most (if not all) of those infants. Read More

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Home of St. Petersburg blast suspect searched - Russian investigators

In a statement , the investigators said the detainees had come to Russian Federation to work. The suspects, who came to Russian Federation to seek employment, " have been recruiting people of Central Asian descent since 2015 in St. local time (12:00 GMT). Earlier Wednesday, the Investigative Committee said in a statement they searched the home of Dhzalilov in St. Petersburg. Read More

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NZer who drowned in NSW floods was 'trying to save her children'

NZer who drowned in NSW floods was 'trying to save her children'

Police revealed that Ms King's body was found clutching one of her children in the submerged van, in what they said was a final heroic act to try to save the child. Three people are feared dead after a auto was swept into the Tweed River in flood-ravaged northern NSW. Former police officer Matthew Grinham told of a frantic rescue effort on Monday afternoon, joining several others who dived into the freezing water of the Tweed and unsuccessfully tried to reach the auto. Read More

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Awareness about autism spectrum disorder on the rise

Awareness about autism spectrum disorder on the rise

According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), autism is a pervasive developmental disorder that involves abnormal development and function of the brain. If all you know about autism is that "Sesame Street" has introduced its first character with the disorder, you should wise up. It also addressed the importance of taking the time to learn more about the many challenges someone who lives with autism is forced to overcome. Read More

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David's Sling, Long-Range Anti-Missile Defense, Goes Live

David's Sling, Long-Range Anti-Missile Defense, Goes Live

In Jan 2017, Israel inducted the first batch of operational Arrow-3 long range ballistic missile defense systems, featuring extended range interception capabilities. "Whoever seeks to hit us - will be hit". "We have an absolute obligation to the security of Israel's citizens". In response to Hezbollah's massive weapons cache, four new Sa'ar 6 missile ships- which are now being manufactured in Germany-will each be equipped with dual Iron Dome systems to protect Israel's offshore gas rigs. Read More

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Depression Is Now the World's Most Widespread Illness

Depression Is Now the World's Most Widespread Illness

Depression is a common illness worldwide, with more than a whopping 300 million people affected according to World Health Organisation (WHO). "These new figures are a wake-up call for all countries to re-think their approaches to mental health and to treat it with the urgency that it deserves", WHO Director-General, Margaret Chan, MD, said in a statement. Read More

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Schweinsteiger eager to start MLS career

Schweinsteiger eager to start MLS career

I think Bastian can be the icon of MLS in the future". Schweinsteiger may be short of match fitness having failed to play a single minute of Premier League football this campaign. "The training session was pretty intense today and I could do it, so that was good". "I can feel there is something going on and I want to help this club". Read More

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Washington County ranked healthiest in Oregon

Washington County ranked healthiest in Oregon

According to the 2017 County Health Rankings & Roadmaps, an annual report from the Princeton-based Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin's Population Health Institute that ranks the health of of almost every county in every state, Philadelphia County is the least-healthy one in Pennsylvania. Read More

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