• High doses of cellphone radiation linked to some cancers in rats
High doses of cellphone radiation linked to some cancers in rats

But it's radiofrequency radiation , which is much lower energy than the ionizing radiation you'd get from an X-ray, or, say, nuclear fallout. But the radiofrequency radiation from a cellphone doesn't work that way - and today's results support that.

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  • Shujaa to face Hamilton champs Fiji in Vegas
Shujaa to face Hamilton champs Fiji in Vegas

The second half, however, was all Fiji with two further tries to Naduva and one from Eroni Sau to reverse last year's result when they lost the final to South Africa in New Zealand . James Stannard slotted a penalty at the death to give Australia a thrilling 8-7 win over New Zealand and third place at the Hamilton Sevens . "Over the past few ...

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  • Claude Puel: Leicester City players will welcome back Riyad Mahrez
Claude Puel: Leicester City players will welcome back Riyad Mahrez

LEICESTER'S players will welcome Awol Riyad Mahrez back with open arms, insists Harry Maguire . The hosts led through Jamie Vardy's goal but after Federico Fernandez headed Swansea level early in the second half, Leicester lacked the guile and craft so often provided by Mahrez to respond and had to settle for a point.

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  • China accuses U.S. of 'Cold War mentality'
China accuses U.S. of 'Cold War mentality'

A critical element of US nuclear deterrence, it is reaching the end of it's useful life after 33 years in service. China accused the United States of " presumptuous speculation " about China's intentions, and said it has always adopted a restrained attitude towards the development of nuclear weapons and kept its nuclear forces to a minimum.

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  • Florida Nurse posted epic rant on Facebook on Flu season
Florida Nurse posted epic rant on Facebook on Flu season

In one story, in a tone of voice usually reserved for talking to misbehaving small children, the mom of four tells of a softball coach who brought an entire team into the ER to visit one player. Lockler, who works at numerous emergency rooms in the Northwest Florida territory, said she sat down in her auto after work on Saturday with the plan to co...

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  • Aamir Khan posts picture with a sanitary pad
Aamir Khan posts picture with a sanitary pad

But now, the " PadMan challenge" has gone viral after many celebrities are came forward to take the challenge. In this challenge, a man has to hold a pad, pose for the camera and challenge his friends. "Copy, paste this and Challenge your friends to take a photo with a pad". Akshay Kumar, Sonam Kapoor and Radhika Apte starrer " PadMan " has be...

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  • 12-year-old girl arrested in Los Angeles middle school shooting
12-year-old girl arrested in Los Angeles middle school shooting

Student Melanie Valencia, 13, said the school did a random security search Thursday, but that she's never been checked. A classmate of the girl, Jordan Valenzuela, 12, told the Associated Press that he talked to her just after the shooting .

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  • Steve Wynn resigns as RNC finance chair amid sex assault allegations
Steve Wynn resigns as RNC finance chair amid sex assault allegations

The Las Vegas-based company made the announcement after a Wall Street Journal investigation published Friday morning detailed a decades-long pattern of sexual misconduct by Wynn based on dozens of interviews with former employees. "The governor finds these allegations deeply troubling, and his campaign has not received any contributions", Wal...

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  • Health department: Flu cases continue to rise in Cayuga County
Health department: Flu cases continue to rise in Cayuga County

DHHS obtains death data through death certificates and according to the state, delays in the reporting of deaths "may cause the number of reported (pneumonia/flu) deaths to vary considerably each week". Powe said she plans to get one. The county has seen 377 documented cases as of January 13 , according to the state Department of Health's websit...

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  • Flu Season is Getting Worse
Flu Season is Getting Worse

While she said there aren't official numbers on how many residents of Chatham or other coastal Georgia counties had contracted the flu so far this season, Sally Silbermann, spokeswoman for the Coastal Health District, said the virus is already widespread in the state and nation.

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  • Rift between US, Turkey widens as Ankara presses Syrian offensive
Rift between US, Turkey widens as Ankara presses Syrian offensive

President Tayyip Erdogan has pledged to crush the YPG in Afrin, and also says he will target the Kurdish-held town of Manbij to the east, part of a much larger swath of northern Syria controlled by YPG-dominated forces. But Turkey said Washington must end its support for the Kurdish YPG militia before any proposal for cooperation. "Once Assad i...

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  • Arab coalition to gives $1.5bn in Yemen aid
Arab coalition to gives $1.5bn in Yemen aid

The coalition also said it would "increase the capacities of Yemeni ports to receive humanitarian" imports, as it faces mounting criticism for imposing a crippling blockade on the country. Currently, 1.3-million people "urgently require assistance to survive.a generation of children is growing up in suffering and deprivation", added the OCHA .

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  • Judging the Travel Ban-and Judges
Judging the Travel Ban-and Judges

The travel ban targets people from Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen who want to enter the U.S. It also places limits on travelers from Venezuela and North Korea . That's our read of the Supreme Court's announcement Friday granting the Administration's petition for certiorari in Trump v. Hawaii . That constitutional question was added...

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  • Setback for Arvind Kejriwal: President Kovind approves disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs
Setback for Arvind Kejriwal: President Kovind approves disqualification of 20 AAP MLAs

After coming to power in 2015, the AAP government in Delhi had passed an amendment to the Delhi Members of Legislative Act, 1997, and had asked the EC to exempt the parliament secretaries from the definition of office of profit. The 20 legislators who have been disqualified are - Kailash Gehlot, Naresh Yadav, Som Dutt, Praveen Kumar, Nitin Tyagi,...

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  • Adolescence now lasts from 10 to 24, scientists recommend
Adolescence now lasts from 10 to 24, scientists recommend

Scientists believe the age of 10 to 24 years now corresponds to adolescent growth or adulting. While the brain would start thinking more maturely after 20 years of age, humans are in a rush to achieve the maximum in as minimum age as possible.

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  • Bangladesh, Myanmar plan Rohingya repatriation in 2 years
Bangladesh, Myanmar plan Rohingya repatriation in 2 years

The victims were members of the Rakhine ethnic group, many of whom have forced about 700,000 Rohingya out of their villages and into Bangladesh. There is a "grave risk" in plans for repatriation for Rohingya refugees to Myanmar without the understanding of their legal status, destination and willingness to return, a parliament committee report sa...

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  • Former Washington State QB Drew Bledsoe shares heartfelt message about Tyler Hilinski
Former Washington State QB Drew Bledsoe shares heartfelt message about Tyler Hilinski

Roy Manning, Former Washington State linebackers coach tweeted , "Words can't describe what I'm feeling right now". "We are deeply saddened to hear the news of Tyler's passing", Leach's statement said, via KXLY's Aaron Polevoi . He appeared in eight games during his sophomore season, throwing for 1,176 yards and seven touchdowns. The WSU co...

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  • Concussions not necessary for CTE to develop
Concussions not necessary for CTE to develop

Injuries to the head result in focal disruption of capillaries, causing protein leakage into the brain . The first method was a postmortem examination of four teenage brains who played contact sports, while the other was observation of mice who showed abnormalities in brain function after suffering brain trauma that did not produce concussio...

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  • Flu-related deaths this season reach 142 in San Diego County
Flu-related deaths this season reach 142 in San Diego County

We've confirmed three influenza-associated deaths and 233 hospitalizations in Oklahoma County for the 2017-2018 flu season. Texas has seen 1,155 combined adult flu and pneumonia deaths and four flu-related pediatric deaths in Texas as of a January 12 report .

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  • Fire Erupts On Casino Shuttle Boat
Fire Erupts On Casino Shuttle Boat

The shuttle hadn't gone far, and the boat got close enough to the shore to make escape manageable, he said . Concerned witnesses on shore can be heard shouting at the passengers, "Get out!" About 50 people, passengers and crew , had to jump from the boat into the chilly waters to safety.

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  • Flu in US Now Widespread but Season May Be Peaking: CDC
Flu in US Now Widespread but Season May Be Peaking: CDC

There were 128 positive flu tests during the same period in 2016, health officials said . "Although this is definitely an increase across the country". Quan. "Hospitals across the state are continuously monitoring the situation and working together to make sure all of their patients are receiving the care they need and the hospitals have the sup...

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  • Flu-related deaths continue to climb in California. Here's the latest toll
Flu-related deaths continue to climb in California. Here's the latest toll

DPH commissioner Raul Pino and state epidemiologist Dr. Matthew Cartter provided an update during a Friday morning news conference. This year, the Health Department has given 12,957 flu vaccines , and is expecting to give more as the flu season continues.

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  • DACA Recipients Can Apply for Renewal
DACA Recipients Can Apply for Renewal

While Democrats have expressed openness to a deal that would combine legal status for "dreamers", as the group of young immigrants brought illegally as children are known, with funding for border security measures, Republicans have tried to broaden the talks.

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  • January is National Radon Action Month; prepare to test your home
January is National Radon Action Month; prepare to test your home

Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers and second leading cause of lung cancer overall. And since radon levels can change from year to year, you should test every couple of years to make sure your system is working properly.

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  • OH case kicks off US Supreme Court focus on voting issues
OH case kicks off US Supreme Court focus on voting issues

Sotomayor was the only justice to bring up the policy's impact on groups of voters that tend to vote for Democratic candidates: Reports on Ohio's purges have found that "voters have been struck from the rolls in Democratic-leaning neighborhoods at roughly twice the rate as in Republican neighborhoods".

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  • Taylor Swift lives up to serpent reputation in End Game video
Taylor Swift lives up to serpent reputation in End Game video

Others also pointed to this shot, which seems to be a direct call out to Taylor's song "Dear John", where she sings about fireworks. Next up, T. Swift jets to Tokyo , where she meets up with Ed Sheeran . The singer teased a short trailer for " End Game " on Instagram this morning, and fans are already flipping out. We'll just leave this gif...

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  • CDPH: Influenza Cases are Increasing in California
CDPH: Influenza Cases are Increasing in California

Since flu season began, ER visits topped 11,000. And you need to deal with it. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is reporting that 26 states are reporting high flu activity., with 46 states reporting widespread flu activity.

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  • HP recalls 50000 faulty laptop batteries; offers replacement
HP recalls 50000 faulty laptop batteries; offers replacement

However, please note that the "Battery Safety Mode" is only applicable to HP products affected by this recall. The affected batteries were sold with the notebook computers and mobile workstations and were also sold separately as replacement batteries.

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  • Majority who experiment with cigarettes go on to become smokers, study finds
Majority who experiment with cigarettes go on to become smokers, study finds

They collected data from eight surveys with information on more than 215,000 people. Of those surveyed about 60 % had tried a cigarette, and of these nearly 60% said they had gone on to become daily smokers. There is typically an air of optimism that comes with the start of the new year that inspires people to make changes in their lives. How...

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  • FMC says flu-related emergency visits increasing
FMC says flu-related emergency visits increasing

The vaccination is available at most healthcare providers' offices, local health departments and retail pharmacies. 'Anyone that's had influenza, and I mean real influenza - not a sniffle or a cough or a cold - but real, true influenza, they'll know how severe this can be, ' says Dr.

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