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Eli Lilly, Incyte RA Drug Delayed to Beyond 2017

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The Murphy Capital Management Inc holds 20,384 shares with $1.50 million value, up from 14,959 last quarter. Wal now has $233.49B valuation. The stock increased 0.09% or $0.08 during the last trading session, reaching $84.74. The rating was maintained by Mizuho with "Neutral" on Thursday, November 3. The "6" Analysts gave Hold ratings in recent rating and Underweight stands at "Underweight" position. Read More »

Tony Pulis rules out signing Arsenal defender

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Gibbs has found himself out-of-favour at the Emirates, having only made 11 appearances in the league last season, with Arsene Wenger often preferring Spaniard Nacho Monreal over the England global. As per Sky Sports , the Baggies have reportedly already had a £10M bid rejected by the north London side for Gibbs, who wasn't included in the Gunners' squad for the club's pre-season tour of Australia and China. Read More »

Cabinet approves H'tota Port deal

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Hambantota is a part of China's modern-day "Silk Route" across Asia and beyond. Details of the new agreement have not yet been made public. Under the original agreement, the Sri Lankan government will also lease a total of 15,000 acres for a proposed industrial zone at the port.It has also sought to limit China's role to running commercial operations at the port while it has oversight of broader security. Read More »

WestJet Increasing Service from Toronto Pearson

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WestJet flights from Kelowna to Edmonton will increase from four times per day to six, three more weekly flights to Calgary will be added and flights from Kelowna to Toronto will increase from five times per week to seven, according to a WestJet media release . Read More »

'Babe' Actor And Vegan Activist James Cromwell Arrested At Seaworld Protest

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Cromwell, who won an Emmy in 2013 for his performance in "American Horror Story" and took home a Best Supporting Actor Oscar for " Babe ", was part of a group of protesters who crashed Sea World's famed whale show, with his fellow protestors holding banners reading "SeaWorld Kills"; Cromwell, who addressed the audience with a bullhorn, wore a t-shirt emblazoned with the words "SeaWorld Sucks". Read More »

Girl's HIV infection seems under control without AIDS drugs

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She was able to get the virus under control again after treatment resumed. "The introduction of single-tablet medication represented a leap forward in ART dosing, and long-active antiretroviral injections may represent the next revolution in HIV therapy by providing an option that circumvents the burden of daily dosing", he said, as quoted by AFP . Read More »

Sugary drinks with protein-rich meals may make you fat

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Soda is not the only drink to pin the blame on though, as Americans consume sugar-laden fruit drinks, sports drinks, and sweetened waters, often with a big meal. "This combination also increased study subjects' desire to eat savory and salty foods for four hours after eating", said Dr. Casperson. Participants were then given breakfast and lunch either low in protein (7 grams) or high in protein (13 grams), along with a 130-calorie cherry drink flavored with sugar, or one with sucralose. Read More »

Dog ownership can help older people stay more active

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And as well as providing years of loyal companionship, they can boost health among the older generation, a university study has revealed. Almost 20% of those participants owned a dog, and they all wore an accelerometer for seven days to track their movements. Read More »

Government to ban new build leaseholds

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Plans to ban the practice and reduce ground rent payments to nearly nothing will be outlined in a consultation launched today by Sajid Javid, the communities secretary. However, developers, particularly in the North West of England, have been selling houses on these terms, before selling the leases on. The DCLG says some leases are now "increasingly onerous" and should instead "relate to real costs incurred". Read More »

Dengue outbreak kills at least 300 in Sri Lanka

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The group explained that the high number of cases in suburban and urban areas is linked to the accumulation of trash soaked with rainwater and puddles of still water. Last week, Australia pledged $1.2m to help with patient care and to stem the spread of the virus. The Sri Lankan government is struggling to control the virus, which causes flu-like symptoms and can develop into the deadly hemorrhagic dengue fever. Read More »

Using Money To Buy Time Can Make You Happier, Say Scientists

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They found people were happier in the latter case. Money really does buy happiness , according to the results of a new study . Fortunately, lead study author and Harvard Business School assistant professor Dr. Finally, Whillans and her colleagues conducted a more direct test with the help of 60 lucky working adults in Vancouver. 'This "cult of busyness" might prevent people from choosing to make time-saving purchases. Read More »

SA govt calls for probe into water use

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NSW Water Minister and Nationals MP Niall Blair denied his government was walking away from the Murray-Darling Basin plan. "What did the NSW Government know about this and when did they know it?" he said. Mr Hunter said the NSW public service was trying to turn a blind eye to "rampant water theft of colossal proportions". But Labor's Water spokesman Chris Minns called for Mr Hanlon to stand aside and referred him and former water minister, Kevin Humphries - who one irrigator claims gave ... Read More »

Tillakaratne appointed as temporary batting coach

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Most probably after the Indian series, we'll discuss with coach Nic Pothas and see what's happening from there. It may be recalled here that Tillakaratne has performed the role of a national selector, between January 2013 and April 2015. With first choice captain Dinesh Chandimal sidelined due to illness, Rangana Herath will take over the reins for the time being. "He's got pneumonia. Read More »

Gov. Cooper meets with leaders about GenX

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Cooper, who met Monday with local officials in Wilmington, also said the state Department of Environmental Quality would deny a permit for chemical company Chemours to continue releasing a compound known as GenX into the river from its Bladen County plant, which employs almost 1,000 workers. Read More »

Here's your chance to own Trump's good drawing of the NYC skyline

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As of Thursday, those interested can bid online at Nate D. Sanders Auctions , provided they have a minimum bid of $9,000. The prints were originally auctioned off through eBay. . Bidding begins on Thursday, with a starting price of $9,000. The auction house described the sketch as a "rare original artwork by the President". Read More »

Pregnant Women Shouldn't 'Eat For Two,' Despite Myth

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A new survey conducted by the U.K.'s National Charity Partnership found that the "eating for two" myth is still prevalent among pregnant women. Its research of 2,100 United Kingdom women suggests more than one in three expectant mothers think they have to eat 300 or more extra calories every day. Read More »

Prosecutors to formally drop charges against Tensing

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Documents released show on June 20 the jury had two questions . The first question was, "May we have a list of the Defense witnesses?" Hamilton County Common Pleas Judge Leslie Ghiz declined to acquit Tensing in the shooting, but dropped the charges with prejudice, meaning the case against him is dismissed permanently, the report says. Read More »

Al hoceima a enfin son centre d'oncologie

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Initialement, la mise en service de ces équipements était prévue pour le 15 juillet. Le centre a également modernisé l'équipement du service de chirurgie et de la salle de réanimation. Read More »

Acting ICE Chief Calls Out the Worst Sanctuary Cities in the Nation

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Acting Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement Thomas Homan castigated sanctuary cities as "un-American" in a new interview . "We're stepping up our game in Chicago. "These jurisdictions, these cities, are choosing to shield people who violated the laws of this country that committed a crime against this country", he said. Read More »

J&J moves one step closer to a potential vaccine for HIV

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The research team at the International Aids Vaccine Initiative and the Scripps Research Institute carried out the study on the antibodies of cows. The results were presented at the 9th IAS Conference on HIV Science in Paris. In 1996, as HIV prevalence was peaking around the world, the United Nations established UNAIDS , the first global health body focused on a single disease. Read More »