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The most common side effects from treatment with Lucemyra include hypotension (low blood pressure), bradycardia (slow heart rate), somnolence (sleepiness), sedation and dizziness. The fear of experiencing withdrawal symptoms often prevents those suffering from opioid addiction from seeking help. Lucemyra suppresses the neurochemical surge that produces the acute and painful symptoms of opioid withdrawal.
  • Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak leaving Facebook over privacy concerns

    Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak leaving Facebook over privacy concerns

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    In the tech pioneer's opinion, Zuckerberg obviously values his privacy far more than he does of Facebook's users, considering how he lives his personal life. "You know, I find that argument, that if you're not paying that somehow we can't care about you, to be extremely glib and not at all aligned with the truth", Zuckerberg told Vox .
  • Man drives van into restaurant in Germany, killing two plus himself

    Man drives van into restaurant in Germany, killing two plus himself

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    Local media have described the 48-year-old as a psychologically instable man. The Interior Ministry in North Rhine-Westphalia, where Muenster is located, would neither confirm nor deny the Sueddeutsche report . While this incident is eerily reminiscent of three well-publicised terrorist attacks - the first at Nice in France in 2016, where dozens of people were killed when a lorry driven by Mohamed Lahouaiej-Bouhlel, a 31-year-old Tunisian man, ploughed into a large crowd watching a fireworks ...
  • Is the 'Condom Snorting Challenge' a Real Teen Trend?

    Is the 'Condom Snorting Challenge' a Real Teen Trend?

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    The condom snorting challenge has recently gained momentum, perhaps as teenagers have moved on from the ubiquitous Tide Pod challenge , which was recently banned from YouTube . The report also cites an article from 2013 , which says that one of the most alarming risks of inhaling a condom is the possibility that it goes down the wrong pipe, and end up to your lungs.
  • Pakistan expats celebrate National Day

    Pakistan expats celebrate National Day

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    The High Commissioner is also hosting a reception on the occasion of Pakistan's National Day for which invitations have been extended to Kashmiri separatists, politicians, intellectuals and journalists. Pakistan Army tanks Al-Khalid and Al-Zarrar, radar systems, NASR missile, Shaheen, Ghauri and the Babur cruise missiles and other weapons equipped with military technology were also rolled out.
  • HOG CENTRAL: Poor Shooting Dooms Arkansas In NCAA Opening Round

    HOG CENTRAL: Poor Shooting Dooms Arkansas In NCAA Opening Round

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    Arkansas never led again. The victor of today's game will face the victor of No. 2 Purdue and No. 15 Cal State Fullerton. Even without Haas, Purdue will be a big hurdle for the Bulldogs to get into the Sweet 16. "I thought that was really kind of what spurred us on". But it didn't. Give them credit. "As the stats say, they only turn it over like nine or 10 times a game".
  • Percent Increase in Roseville Gas Prices Since 2016

    Percent Increase in Roseville Gas Prices Since 2016

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    Average retail gasoline prices in Chattanooga declined last week by another 2.5 cents per gallon, dropping to an average $2.21 per gallon on Sunday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 170 gas outlets in Chattanooga. Falling crude oil inventories and steady prices for crude remained the rule for the week ended March 9. Ohio's gas prices have gone up 4.2 cents since last week.
  • Right to die with dignity: SC allows passive euthanasia with guidelines

    Right to die with dignity: SC allows passive euthanasia with guidelines

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    Guidelines issued by the five-judge bench will be in place until the federal government enacts a law on mercy killing or passive euthanasia . It is now legal in India for terminally ill patients to refuse medical treatment. The court specified that family members of terminally ill patients can seek passive euthanasia for a patient by petitioning the court, which would then appoint a committee of doctors to evaluate the necessity of the petition.
  • India drub Ireland to finish fifth

    India drub Ireland to finish fifth

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    The world's top-ranked team finished the tournament, which included Commonwealth Games opponents England, Malaysia and India, with six wins from six games. A foot foul by defender Dipsan Tirkey saw India concede a penalty corner only 15 seconds prior to the half-time hooter but Suraj Karkera was on top of his job to keep India's lead.
  • Sexton savours Irish Six Nations title win

    Sexton savours Irish Six Nations title win

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    But at the same time, the scrum-half believes that a big away result is the obvious next phase in the evolution of this group of players. The Irish began their campaign with a nerve-wracking last second win over France and have secured three successive bonus point wins - for scoring at least four tries - since, all at Lansdowne Road over Italy , Wales and then the Scots.
  • E-cigarette use exposes teenagers to toxic chemicals says new study

    E-cigarette use exposes teenagers to toxic chemicals says new study

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    A new study from researchers at the University of California San Francisco showed that teens who used e-cigarettes are inhaling potentially cancer-causing compounds. E-cigarettes, or vape pens, consolidate seasoned liquid and nicotine to convey a less unforgiving type of smoking. The National Center for Biotechnology Information says,"Acrylonitrile is a highly poisonous compound used widely in the manufacture of plastics, adhesives and synthetic rubber".
  • More than 1400 New York-area flight cancellations

    More than 1400 New York-area flight cancellations

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    The storm's high winds and snowfall has sparked hundreds of cancellations at local airports. The storm has also impacted traveling conditions for many as thousands of flights have been canceled throughout the country. John F. Kennedy Airport announced on Twitter that approximately 467 Wednesday flights have been canceled due to the nor'easter. Rail travelers scheduled to take impacted journeys should contact Amtrak or visit the company's official website to check the status of their ...
  • Heavy drinking biggest risk factor for dementia: Lancet

    Heavy drinking biggest risk factor for dementia: Lancet

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    Analysis revealed that alcohol use disorders were linked to a threefold increased risk for all types of dementia and "were the strongest modifiable risk factor for dementia onset" (adjusted HR = 3.34 [95% CI, 3.28-3.41] for women; HR = 3.36 [95% CI, 3.31-3.41] for men).
  • AAA Reports Gas Prices Down Six Cents

    AAA Reports Gas Prices Down Six Cents

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    The biggest monthly drop came in MI, where a gallon of gas cost 19 cents less, followed by IL and OH, where it's 13 cents lower, and then Kentucky, where motorist are paying 10 cents less than in January, according to AAA . Patrick DeHaan of GasBuddy.com said gas prices are catching up to a decline in crude oil prices. Experts say the decrease is due to an increase in both oil and gasoline production.
  • Take it slow: linger over your lunch to lose weight, says study

    Take it slow: linger over your lunch to lose weight, says study

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    And when compared with fast eaters, normal-speed eaters and slow eaters had reductions in waist circumference of 0.21cm and 0.41cm respectively, the authors found. The study linked changing behaviours, including eating speed, to a lower chance of obesity and a shrinking waistline. Waist circumference was found to be directly proportional to eating speed as well.
  • Aubameyang on Arsenal pal Mkhitaryan: A good friend, like a brother

    Aubameyang on Arsenal pal Mkhitaryan: A good friend, like a brother

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    That Henrikh Mkhitaryan (acquired from Manchester United in a swop deal for Alexis Sanchez) had already moved to the Emirates adds to Arsenal's optimism. However, while there was plenty of change in attacking areas for the North London giants, one area that Arsenal failed to strengthen, albeit not due to a lack of effort, was their defence .
  • North Korea violated sanctions, earned $200 million, United Nations report alleges

    North Korea violated sanctions, earned $200 million, United Nations report alleges

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    The UN Security Council in 2016 and 2017 adopted a series of resolutions to expand bans on North Korea exports created to cut off revenue to Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programs. The Security Council has slapped sanctions on seven vessels for illegally transferring coal and petroleum. The same inspectors added that multinational oil companies, which remained nameless in the report, were also subject to investigation for their participation in the supply chain of petroleum ...
  • Cleveland Indians are dropping the Chief Wahoo logo from their uniforms

    Cleveland Indians are dropping the Chief Wahoo logo from their uniforms

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    As a result, Manfred has been outspoken in trying to get Dolan to eliminate the logo. Baseball commissioner Robert Manfred said in a statement that the league had held "constructive conversations" with the team about the logo over the past year, and that the team "ultimately agreed" to remove the logo from on-field uniforms.
  • AfDB predicts growth for Nigeria

    AfDB predicts growth for Nigeria

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    AfDB President, Dr. Akinwunmi Adesina, said the institution remains grateful to the Federal Government for providing land the building and the continuous show of solidarity to the bank. You can tell by the level of our investments in Nigeria to the tune of $6 billion. He announced that the Bank would organise the Africa Investment Forum on November 7-8, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa, to mobilise funds for infrastructure development, to bridge an estimated funding gap of $130-$170 ...
  • More Than 1600 Pounds of Cocaine Found Stuffed Inside Pineapples

    More Than 1600 Pounds of Cocaine Found Stuffed Inside Pineapples

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    The bust was part of an investigation that spanned almost a year and led to the arrest of nine members of an worldwide drug ring, police believe. The arrest came after an operation between the two countries. Police reports indicate that two hydraulic presses, three packaging machines, and over 400,000 Euros in cash were also found during these raids. Police also dismantled a laboratory where the drug was cut with additives.
  • Myanmar police kill several in Rakhine Buddhist riot

    Myanmar police kill several in Rakhine Buddhist riot

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    Alongside their animosity for the Myanmar state, ethnic Rakhine reject the Rohingya , who they denounce as illegal immigrants from Bangladesh - despite their living in the predominantly Buddhist Myanmar for generations. Wakar Uddin, the US-based Director General of the Arakan Rohingya Union, a non-profit group representing various Rohingya organizations worldwide, said that he had reservations about the safety of Rohingya once they've returned to Myanmar.
  • Youngster from Florida dies of rabies after touching a sick bat

    Youngster from Florida dies of rabies after touching a sick bat

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    The boy didn't listen to his father, so he went to the porch and touched the bat. A 6-year-old in Florida named Ryker Roque has died from rabies despite the use of an experimental protocol to treat the condition. According to the CDC, "once a person begins to exhibit signs of the disease, survival is rare". Tragically, the treatment was unsuccessful in Ryker's case, and he succumbed to the disease on Sunday.
  • Measles alert: Were you at O'Hare on Wednesday?

    Measles alert: Were you at O'Hare on Wednesday?

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    The traveler landed from an worldwide flight at terminal five and departed at terminal one. People are at risk if they were at the airport between 6:30 a.m. The disease is highly contagious and can take up to ten days for symptoms to appear. Travelers who were not at O'Hare that day are not at risk, but some say they are still anxious.
  • Car flies 20m into upper floor of building in California

    Car flies 20m into upper floor of building in California

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    A auto that ran into a road divider in California ended up hurtling 60ft into the air before crashing into the top floor of a building. The crash caused a small fire that injured a person, who managed to escape from the auto without assistance from emergency services, the Orange County Fire Authority said.
  • 'Sh-thole' images projected on Trump's hotel in Washington

    'Sh-thole' images projected on Trump's hotel in Washington

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    An artist took a projector and displayed the word "sh*thole" on the Washington , D.C., Trump International Hotel Saturday to make a statement about the president's reported comments. ― which he asked after lawmakers suggested granting visas to individuals from Haiti, El Salvador and multiple African nations during a meeting about immigration reform.