Daily Archives: February 11, 2020

Football Losses Raise Heart Attack Risk

Depression Linked to Early Heart Disease

Home Team Losses in the Super Bowl Increase Death Risk for Overzealous Fans, Study Finds By Bill Hendrick WebMD Health News Reviewed By Laura J. Martin, MD Jan. 31, 2011 — You might want to keep your emotions in check during next week’s Super Bowl. That’s because …

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Exit polls: New Hampshire Democrats want to beat Trump but can’t agree on how

This New Hampshire town's voting system is 130 years old

Six in 10 Democratic voters in New Hampshire prioritize a nominee who can beat Trump. Yet Democrats seem split over what qualities a candidate ought to have. Just over a third say that they sought a candidate who could bring needed change, while about the same amount said they were …

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EFL roundup: Nottingham Forest’s promotion hopes dented by Charlton | Football

Adam Armstrong celebrates after scoring Blackburn’s second goal against Hull.

Charlton boosted their fight against relegation with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over high-flying Nottingham Forest at the City Ground. Sabri Lamouchi’s side came into the game on a high, having enhanced their promotion credentials with a 2-0 win over Leeds and needing a win to reach the automatic promotion places. …

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Indonesia Has No Reported Coronavirus Cases. Is That the Whole Picture?

Indonesia Has No Reported Coronavirus Cases. Is That the Whole Picture?

NUSA DUA, Indonesia — The family from Shanghai was vacationing in Singapore last month when they learned that the new coronavirus had arrived there from China. So they packed up and flew to the world’s largest country yet to report a single case of the deadly virus: Indonesia. They landed …

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Blood Thinning Drug May Be Safer Option Against Recurrent Stroke

News Picture: Blood Thinning Drug May Be Safer Option Against Recurrent Stroke

THURSDAY, Feb. 7, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Taking the blood thinner Pletal (cilostazol) with either aspirin or clopidogrel (best known as Plavix) lowers stroke patients’ risk of a subsequent stroke better than taking aspirin or clopidogrel alone, a new study finds. The Japanese study was funded by Pletal’s maker, Otsuka …

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MLB considering new playoff format and live selection TV show, report says

Former MLB pitcher sues Houston Astros saying the team's sign-stealing cut his career short

The radical change would bring the number of teams entering the postseason from five to seven in each league. It would give the club with the best record in each league a bye of the wild-card round and direct pass to the Division Series, the Post reported Monday. In the …

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Here’s everything Samsung announced at Unpacked 2020

Here's everything Samsung announced at Unpacked 2020

Samsung’s latest Unpacked event is in the books now, and it was a big one. The company finally unveiled the long-awaited Galaxy S20 family with more cameras and larger screens than ever before. The price tags are also record-setting. We also got a peek at the upcoming Galaxy Z Flip, …

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Sheffield Wednesday concerned about police methods after baton injury | Football

Concern is growing at Sheffield Wednesday about South Yorkshire police’s methods at matches following the shocking incident on Saturday when an officer struck a 16-year-old supporter over the head with a baton after the away derby against Barnsley. Club representatives are expected to meet the teenager shortly to discuss the …

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As Foreigners Flee China, Pakistan Tells Its Citizens to Stay

As Foreigners Flee China, Pakistan Tells Its Citizens to Stay

NEW DELHI — For days, Nadeem Bhatti, a university student in Wuhan, China, watched as his foreign classmates fled the center of the coronavirus outbreak — lines of Indians, Nepalis and others filed somberly onto buses as their governments evacuated them from the hot zone. But Mr. Bhatti, like hundreds …

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Strict Blood Pressure Control Could Help Make Stroke Care Safer

News Picture: Strict Blood Pressure Control Could Help Make Stroke Care Safer

THURSDAY, Feb. 7, 2019 (HealthDay News) — For patients who receive clot-busting drugs after a stroke, intensive blood pressure lowering is safe and it reduces their risk of bleeding in the brain, a new study finds. Brain bleeds are a major potential side effect of clot-busting drugs. But the use …

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