Daily Archives: February 20, 2020

Trump says Roger Stone has ‘very good chance of exoneration’ hours after sentencing

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President Donald Trump said his former adviser Roger Stone has “a very good chance of exoneration,” hours after the GOP operative was sentenced to 40 months behind bars for obstructing a congressional investigation of Russia’s 2016 presidential election meddling. “I’m following this very closely, and I want to see it …

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‘I don’t have his number’: David Warner has no plans to clear air with Quinton de Kock | Sport

David Warner has no intention of clearing the air with Quinton de Kock after their stairwell clash during Australia’s last visit to South Africa, but both men have played down the likelihood of tensions reigniting between the two nations. Warner and De Kock delivered one of the ugliest moments of …

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Pesky Rashes From Plants

Pesky Rashes From Plants

An Expert Answers Questions About Preventing and Treating Rashes You Can Get in Your Backyard By Charlene LainoWebMD Health News Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD Feb. 4, 2011 (New Orleans) — What may start as a seemingly harmless day of gardening can quickly take a turn for the worse …

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Kyrie Irving injury update: Nets star will undergo arthroscopic shoulder surgery, miss remainder of season

Kyrie Irving injury update: Nets star will undergo arthroscopic shoulder surgery, miss remainder of season

Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant joined the Brooklyn Nets to much fanfare this offseason, but so far, the team hasn’t gotten much out of their two superstar additions. Some of that was to be expected with Durant missing the entire season due to a torn Achilles tendon, but Irving has …

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France call Welsh claims of cheating in scrum ‘a childish attack’ | Sport

The entente between France and Wales has turned distinctly uncordiale before Saturday’s meeting between the sides in Cardiff. The hosts fired the first shot by accusing Les Bleus of cheating in the scrums and the Six Nations leaders responded by calling them childish. The Wales loosehead prop Wyn Jones used …

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Silent COVID-19 Cases May Stymie Screening Efforts

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Feb. 20, 2020 — As countries work to slow the spread of the virus that causes COVID-19, the screening of international travelers has become a cornerstone of those efforts. Because there are a limited number of lab tests, travelers generally aren’t being swabbed unless they have symptoms or if …

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More Wild Weather to Come If Climate Change Goals Not Met

News Picture: More Wild Weather to Come If Climate Change Goals Not Met

Latest Prevention & Wellness News WEDNESDAY, Feb. 14, 2018 (HealthDay News) — Extreme weather such as severe flooding and droughts will become much more common if the targets in the Paris Agreement on climate change aren’t reached, researchers warn. The agreement seeks to limit global temperature rise to …

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Jury Deliberates For Three Days

Jury Deliberates For Three Days

As they decide Harvey Weinstein’s fate, the seven men and five women of the jury have requested to rehear key testimonies from witnesses in the trial, specifically Annabelle Sciorra, whose rape allegations support the most serious sex charges against the disgraced producer. The jury hasn’t reached a verdict after three …

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Rangers’ Ianis Hagi completes thrilling Europa League comeback against Braga | Football

Ianis Hagi delighted both his watching father Gheorghe and the Ibrox faithful as his double sent Rangers to a breathless 3-2 Europa League comeback victory over Braga. On a wild night in Glasgow, with the Ibrox pitch again in a terrible state, it appeared Gers were set to slip up …

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Skin Cancer on the Rise

Targeting Cancer Stem Cells May Eradicate Tumors

Cases of Nonmelanoma Cancers Reach 3.7 Million in U.S. By Charlene LainoWebMD Health News Reviewed by Laura J. Martin, MD (Feb. 7, 2011) New Orleans — The number of nonmelanoma skin cancers continues to rise, with an estimated 3.7 million cases in the U.S. in 2009. That’s the latest figure …

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