• MI listed near top of country's fattest cities

    MI listed near top of country's fattest cities

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    WalletHub did the study, comparing data among the 100 most populated USA metro areas across the United States. Specifically, Winston-Salem has the fourth highest percentage of adults with high cholesterol in the nation, and Greensboro/High Point is fifth highest.
  • Do you need $1 million to retire?

    Do you need $1 million to retire?

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    In addition to lacking confidence, 3 in 10 workers report that preparing for retirement causes them to feel mentally or emotionally stressed. Among all workers, about half say that retirement planning (52 percent), financial planning (49 percent), or healthcare planning (47 percent) programs would be helpful in increasing their productivity.
  • Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (SIRI) Sees Large Increase in Short Interest

    Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (SIRI) Sees Large Increase in Short Interest

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    Corsair Capital Management Limited Partnership holds 387,598 shares. BTIG Research started coverage on Sirius XM Holdings in a research note on Tuesday, November 22nd. Sirius XM Holdings has a 12 month low of $3.74 and a 12 month high of $5.53. The day began at US$32.78 but the price moved to US$32.5 at one point during the trading and finally capitulating to a session high of US$32.81.
  • London attack: Travel disruption continues amid police investigation

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    The assailant's status is unclear. She was seen being escorted out of the building by a police officer shortly afterward. Police had said late on Wednesday that the death toll was five. He said: "Our hearts go out to those affected". At the scene of one of the police raids, the Hagley Road flat, one witness told reporters: "The man from London lived here".
  • Researchers Reconstruct The Face Of Man Who Died In 13th Century

    Researchers Reconstruct The Face Of Man Who Died In 13th Century

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    The skeleton - known formally as "Context 958" - was among 400 sets of remains found beneath St John's College during recent excavations. The study forms part of the university's "After the Plague" project , which researchers will then compare with other medieval collections to build a picture of the lives of people living in Cambridge and urban England as a whole at the time.
  • Alzheimer's Risk Tested by Big Data on Target Gene

    Alzheimer's Risk Tested by Big Data on Target Gene

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    Rahul Desikan, a researcher from the University of California , analysed genetic data from more than 70,000 elderly people, some who had Alzheimer's and some who didn't. The team found that a high PHS was associated with decreased memory and a reduction in brain volume, and individuals with a high score were more likely to develop Alzheimer's than those with a lower score.
  • Red Cross in Need of Type O Negative and AB Blood Donors

    Red Cross in Need of Type O Negative and AB Blood Donors

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    Executive Director of the American Red Cross says none of this would be possible without all the volunteers who have helped over the last century. He was severely burned in October while mowing near burning leaves. The American Red Cross serving North Texas is adding a new "bloodmobile" to its mobile blood collection fleet. Less than 7 percent of the USA population has Type-O negative blood.
  • Trouble for Trump as House Freedom Caucus will oppose Obamacare replacement bill

    Trouble for Trump as House Freedom Caucus will oppose Obamacare replacement bill

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    Trump, who has filled his schedule with back-to-back meetings with GOP lawmakers in recent days, again pressed the importance of getting the health care bill through the House this week in a speech Tuesday night. Like other conservatives, they decried the legislation as a new entitlement program that doesn't go far enough in repealing President Barack Obama's health care law.
  • Manafort pushes back on report he worked to help Putin's government

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    Ukrainian lawmaker Serhiy Leshchenko claims he has proof showing a $750,000 payment for 501 computers to a company called David Manafort, from a Belize-registered offshore company, through a bank in Kyrgyzstan. As part of his work for Deripaska, Manafort did not use his public-facing consulting firm, Davis Manafort, according to the AP. Spicer said Trump didn't know about the contract when Trump hired him, and didn't know if it would have made a difference it he had.
  • Donald Trump has lot to win or lose with healthcare Bill vote

    Donald Trump has lot to win or lose with healthcare Bill vote

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    Democrats continue to hammer Republicans over a health care overhaul that's projected to set in motion steep drops in insurance enrollment nationwide. President Donald Trump and his allies in the House have been frantically whipping as many last-minute votes as they can, and Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows showed openness to working with the White House late Wednesday.