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She was arraigned Wednesday before District Judge Paul Roberts and, unable to post $100,000 bail, remains jailed at Luzerne County Correctional Facility. Gosiewski has been a registered nurse in Pennsylvania since December 2003, according to records from the Pennsylvania Department of State. An agent with the state Office of Attorney General said one man was arrested at the house on Wednesday, but his name would not be released until he was formally charged.
  • Il divieto degli esperti:

    Il divieto degli esperti: "Niente zucchero ai bimbi sotto i due anni"

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    Le calorie di cui hanno bisogno i bambini vanno dalle 1.000 al giorno per i piccoli di due anni fino alle 2.400 per le ragazzine tra i 14 e i 18 anni. E' importante considerare, infatti, che un consumo eccessivo di dolci e bevande particolarmente cariche di zuccheri, spinge spesso e volentieri i bambini a prendere le distanze da quegli alimenti che possono invece fare bene alla salute, come frutta, verdura e cereali.
  • Kentucky Joins Texas, Other States in Suit Against Obama Transgender Order

    Kentucky Joins Texas, Other States in Suit Against Obama Transgender Order

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    A group of states and provider organizations are taking on a recent rule change that bars covered entities from denying healthcare to patients based on their sex and gender identity. "I am disappointed in the Obama Administration's lack of consideration for medical professionals who believe that engaging in such procedures or treatment violates their Hippocratic Oath, their conscience, or their personal religious beliefs, which are protected by the Constitution and federal law", Paxton said.
  • Aleppo at Risk of 'Unparalleled' Humanitarian Catastrophe

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    The EU's foreign affairs chief, Federica Mogherini, has condemned the latest upsurge in the civil war, saying: "The tragic images of children from Aleppo in Syria sadly show all too clearly the real human suffering of millions of people around the world caught up in humanitarian crises".
  • McDonald's recalls millions of Happy Meals fitness bands

    McDonald's recalls millions of Happy Meals fitness bands

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    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says it has received 70 complaints about a toy distributed to kids by IL based McDonald's . One was an activity counter which was blue, orange or green and featured a digital screen that tracks a child's steps or other movement.
  • Rio Games : Bolt Geared Jamaica to 4x100m Victory

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    The Jamaican team overwhelmed their opponents in the same dominating fashion they displayed in Beijing and London. This is not the first time the US relay team has been disqualified in the 100m event. "We were still a bit nervous to see if it had gone through, but when we woke up this morning and found out it was rejected and we got the bronze, we were all pretty excited and happy".
  • Bovine TB in Indiana Prompts Warnings for Ohio Cattle Owners

    Bovine TB in Indiana Prompts Warnings for Ohio Cattle Owners

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    Bovine tuberculosis is a chronic bacterial disease that primarily affects cattle, but can be transmitted to any warm-blooded animal. While clinical signs are not visible in early stages, signs that the disease is progressing may include emaciation, lethargy, weakness, anorexia, low-grade fever and pneumonia with a chronic, moist cough.
  • Senators Question Price Increase of Mylan's EpiPen

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    The top Democrat on the committee's antitrust subcommittee, Senator Amy Klobuchar, urged the Federal Trade Commission on Monday to investigate the prices, citing news reports showing that the price of a pack of two EpiPens had gone from $100 in 2008 to $500 this year.
  • No. 1 killer: Cancer catching up to heart disease

    No. 1 killer: Cancer catching up to heart disease

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    A new federal report finds that cancer causes more deaths than heart disease in California and 21 other states, a change from 2000 when that was the case in only two states. Richard Schilsky. He is chief medical officer for the American Society of Clinical Oncology. "Even if cancer surpasses heart disease now.in the future there's potential for it coming back", she said.
  • Zacks Rating on Mallinckrodt plc (MNK)

    Zacks Rating on Mallinckrodt plc (MNK)

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    Ladenburg Thalmann Financial Services Inc. now owns 3,472 shares of the company's stock valued at $214,000 after buying an additional 41 shares during the last quarter. The company has a market capitalization of $9.23 billion and a PE ratio of 16.16. Mallinckrodt (NYSE:MNK) inks a deal to sell its Nuclear Imaging business to IBA Molecular for ~$690M, consisting of an upfront payment of $574M, contingencies of $77M and the assumption of $39M in long-term obligations.
  • Officials Investigating Non-Travel Zika in Another Florida County

    Officials Investigating Non-Travel Zika in Another Florida County

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    Scott also confirmed four new non-travel related cases of Zika in the impacted area in Wynwood , where the first locally transmitted United States cases were reported . Locally transmitted Zika cases in Florida could reach 400 by summer's end, projections released Tuesday by a team of American biostatisticians suggests.
  • Palermo, madre e figlia investite da auto

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    L'incidente si è verificato nella zona di via Salvatore Aldisio dove si trova il liceo Classico Meli. La mamma e la sua figlioletta stavano attraversando la strada quando sono state investite da un'auto. Gli agenti dell'infortunistica stanno effettuando i rilievi. Ad avere la peggio è stato il padre, che ha riportato diversi traumi al volto e una ferita a un occhio.