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Salmonella outbreak causes one death


November 2, 2019

A multistate outbreak of salmonella linked to ground beef has caused one death in California and eight hospitalizations, U.S. health officials said on Friday. A total of 10 people in six U.S. states were infected with a strain of the bacteria called Salmonella Dublin, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The illnesses from this strain, a type …

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37 new dengue cases reported in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa during 24 hours


November 2, 2019

PESHAWAR: The health authorities confirmed that as many as 37 new cases of mosquito-borne dengue fever were detected during the last 24 hours across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, ARY News reported on Saturday. According to Dengue Response Unit (DRU), the number of dengue positive cases in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has soared to 6,662 with the confirmation of 37 new patients. The officials said …

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Here’s a natural home remedy for hair fall treatment


November 2, 2019

Excessive hair fall is a common problem and can be quite scary. Some studies show a deficiency in iron may lead to excessive hair loss. However, you can control it with effective and natural home remedies.  SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO Ideally, you should get vitamin levels checked and do as prescribed by the doctor. But alongside, resorting to home remedies can definitely be fruitful. …

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Google buying Fitbit in move into wearables, digital health


November 2, 2019

WASHINGTON: Google agreed Friday to buy Fitbit for $2.1 billion in a move giving the US tech giant a fresh entry in the wearable technology space and helping it ramp up its challenge to Apple. The deal for one of the top makers of fitness trackers comes with the internet search leader seeking to expand further into hardware. “We have …

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Huawei moving on 5G while politics plays out


November 2, 2019

Major state telecom operators are rolling out 5G wireless advances in China as the country races to close a technology gap with the United States amid a bruising trade war. The new-generation telecommunication networks move data at blazing speeds, promising economic and technological advantages to countries where they are deployed. US regulators earlier this week proposed rules to block telecom …

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Uber wants to have 400 hires in Dallas’ Deep Ellum by year’s end


November 2, 2019

After ratcheted-up pressure from Wall Street and rounds of layoffs, Uber Technologies’ CEO Dara Khosrowshahi had a moment to celebrate Friday: He turned dirt at the groundbreaking of the company’s new corporate office in Dallas. The transportation giant plans to turn Dallas into its largest hub outside of its San Francisco headquarters. It expects to hire 400 employees in Dallas by the …

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FTC sues Addison-based Neora for allegedly operating pyramid scheme, pushing concussion treatment


November 2, 2019

The Federal Trade Commission is suing Addison-based multilevel marketing company Neora, alleging it operates as a pyramid scheme and deceives the public about the benefits of its brain health supplements. Neora — formerly known as Nerium before a global rebrand at the start of 2019 — sells supplements, skin creams and other wellness products through representatives it calls “brand partners.” Neora falsely …

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Here’s how your favorite Houston celebs dressed up for Halloween


November 2, 2019

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — Your favorite Houston celebrities rocked some impressive costumes this Halloween! From The Reddicks dressed as Dr. Seuss characters to Trae Tha Truth as Freddy from “Nightmare on Elm Street,” the costumes were on point. Watch the video above for more of our favorite Halloween looks. Earlier this week the Texans showed off their costume game at …

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Why no Gerrit Cole? Astros manager answers for Game 7 decision


November 2, 2019

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — In the aftermath of the Astros’ World Series loss, manager A.J. Hinch is answering questions again on why he didn’t use pitcher Gerrit Cole in Game 7. Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow faced reporters Friday morning, and one of the first questions Hinch heard was, “Why no Cole?” Hinch explained his reasoning Wednesday night after …

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