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Bill Clinton on foundation: 'There is nothing wrong with what we're doing'

Bill Clinton on foundation: 'There is nothing wrong with what we're doing'

Many critics have raised concerns about Clinton's health, some accusing her of hiding a serious illness and pointing to her frequent cough as evidence that she may be unfit to serve a full term as commander in chief. "I felt fine, but I'm now taking my doctor's advice - which was given to me on Friday, that I ignored - to just take some time to get over pneumonia completely". Read More

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Democrats call for probe of Trump check to Florida AG

The contribution came from a Trump family foundation in apparent violation of rules surrounding political activities by charities, according to news reports . The setting is Mar-a-Lago, Trump's palatial Florida estate, where a children's charity was holding a benefit on a balmy evening in 2007. Some of the money would have been used to donate to charities that Mr Trump had promised to pay out of his own wallet whilst filming his reality television show Celebrity Apprentice . Read More

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Hillary Clinton's body double: freakish conspiracies ignite after 9/11 faint

Hillary Clinton's body double: freakish conspiracies ignite after 9/11 faint

Sources said Falvo was working as a volunteer advance person for Clinton at the 9/11 event. A bystander caught Clinton on camera struggling to walk and her legs seemingly buckling. "If she's frail and that frailty shows up, not just in the video, but in her inability to maintain her campaign schedule, I think Donald Trump can exploit it and exploit it well", said Stein. Read More

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Miami business owners anxious for Zika warnings to end

Rick Scott next week will go to Washington, D.C., to urge Congress to fund the fight against the mosquito-borne Zika virus, as the disease continues to be detected in Miami-Dade County. When used in aerial spraying, a licensed professional must handle the chemical. We will begin spraying on Friday around 5:00 a.m, weather permitting, and will spray this Sunday, and the following two weekends. Read More

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Utah's adult obesity rate down 1.2 percent

Colorado is the thinnest state. Nineteen states, and Puerto Rico, had prevalence of obesity between 25 percent and 30 percent, with the prevalence in 21 states and Guam coming in between 30 percent and 35 percent. There is some evidence that the rate of increase has been slowing over the past decade. About 38% of US adults are obese, and rates are at least 40% for African-Americans in 14 states. Read More

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15 new Zika cases in Singapore bring total to 56

15 new Zika cases in Singapore bring total to 56

THE Philippine Embassy in Singapore has advised Filipinos to take precautionary measures to minimize the risk of being infected with the Zika virus. Online retailer Lazada Singapore said on Tuesday it has seen sales of mosquito repellent and other deterrent products rise fivefold over the past three days compared to a week ago. Read More

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Novartis drug similar to Amgen's Enbrel approved

Novartis drug similar to Amgen's Enbrel approved

Sandoz , the generics arm of the Swiss pharma giant, also won approval for a copy of Amgen's Neupogen past year. It will be the third biosimilar which will be given approval by the FDA. Developed by Sandoz , the generic wing of Novartis , Erelzi (etanercept-szzs) has been approved as an anti-inflammatory agent for use in rheumatoid arthritis, plaque psoriasis, psoriatic arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis, and polyarticular juvenile idiopathic arthritis. Read More

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FSU football player eats lunch with student sitting alone

FSU football player eats lunch with student sitting alone

Rudolph said he saw Paske eating alone and asked if he could join him. Paske wrote she often has anxiety about her son and how he is treated at school. "I feel like God makes everything happen for a reason". I mean, he's still normal, but I'm just saying, I didn't even know he had that. But none of them will come even remotely close to matching the wonderful moment he shared with a boy who has autism on Tuesday during the Seminoles' trip to a Tallahassee, Fla . Read More

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Theranos withdraws Zika test after FDA finds violations of patient-safety protocols

Theranos withdraws Zika test after FDA finds violations of patient-safety protocols

Theranos did not contest the findings of the agency and withdrew submission for its authorization of the new test for Zika. [D] uring an inspection by the Food and Drug Administration earlier this month, regulators concluded that Theranos had collected some data supporting the accuracy of the Zika test without implementing a patient-safety protocol approved by an institutional review board , according to the people familiar with the matter. Read More

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English FA charge Aguero with violent conduct

The issue that now arises for City is that if found guilty of violent conduct, Aguero is facing a three-game ban that would rule him out of next month's Manchester derby at Old Trafford. He said the anger he showed after the incident was because he had wanted to make a substitution. I think he is okay. I didn't see so I can not comment. Read More

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Mothball the Clinton Foundation

Coming just 72 days before Election Day, it seemed to hold bombshell potential, or at least to present another complicated ethical issue for Clinton to explain . "These are people I was proud to meet with, who any secretary of state would have been proud to meet with and hear about their work and their insight", Clinton said on CNN. Read More

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Clinton proposes plan to address mental health treatment

Clinton proposes plan to address mental health treatment

If elected, Clinton's campaign says she would hold a White House Conference on Mental Health during the first year of her presidency. The proposal calls for expanding early intervention in mental illness; a national initiative to prevent suicide, which kills more than 40,000 Americans a year; increasing training for police who are called to the scene of a mental health crisis; providing mental health care for non-violent offenders to help them avoid going to jail for minor offenses; and ... Read More

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Potential listeria contamination: Country Fresh recalls thousands of fresh-cut vegetable products

Potential listeria contamination: Country Fresh recalls thousands of fresh-cut vegetable products

Shoppers in the Southeast should be on the lookout because the products were distributed across several southern states including Alabama, Florida , Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. No illnesses have yet been reported by public health authorities. Products affected by the recall, according to the FDA release, include diced peppers, diced onions, stir fry vegetables, grilling vegetables and stuffed mushrooms. Read More

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