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Women are avoiding smear tests because they're anxious their vaginas aren't normal


The charity said cervical cancer is the most common cancer in women under 35, yet nearly two-thirds of those surveyed were not aware that they are most at risk. But despite low screening attendance, nearly every woman (94%) said they would have a free test to prevent cancer if one was available. 'It is of further concern that body worries are contributing to non attendance. Read More »

Olivia Lua is fifth porn star to die in 3 months


Her cause of death was revealed today in the report, which states she was naked from the waist down when she was found. (Picture: Las Vegas Metro Police Department) Following her death, Nova's agency Direct Models released a statement . "While only represented by Direct Models for a short period of time", they said, "we came to know Olivia as a attractive girl with a very sweet and gentle personality". Read More »

New Zealand vs Pakistan - 1st T20 International Preview


Pakistan were whitewashed by New Zealand in the five-match series. New Zealand once struggling when chasing 106 runs. Prior to this, they have played just one T20I at Westpac Stadium on January 22, 2016 in which New Zealand emerged victorious by 95 runs. Read More »

Patriots headed to Super Bowl, beat Jaguars 24-20


Brady guided the Patriots back from a 28-3 deficit in the last Super Bowl and put together two fourth-quarter touchdown drives against a Jaguars defense that finished second in the National Football League in the regular season in scoring, turnovers and sacks. Read More »

Flu virus can be spread just by breathing


However, Public Health England (PHE) declared that while flu was rendering the largest number of people seriously unwell since the winter of 2010/11, it was still not an epidemic. "Right now, the scientific community is just not on the same page about this", he said. Persons who already have the flu can help prevent the spread of the illness by staying home and allowing time to recover, covering their mouths and not sharing drinks. Read More »

Rafael Nadal reaches Australian Open quarter-finals for 10th time


Argentina's Schwartzman made Nadal sweat in three hours and 51 minutes long match as the 16-time Grand Slam victor faced his first defeat in a set of the tournament. "A great battle. he's a good friend of mine, " Nadal said. "I have played great tennis from the first round against tough opponents and now I am really looking to the next match". Read More »

How well would you do on the cognitive test President Trump took?


That means he's gained three pounds over the past year, according to his last official records. A score of 26 or more is considered normal. That means the percentage of adults age 20 and above who are overweight or obese is 70.7 per cent, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said. Read More »

Influenza can caught you only by breathing, study says


Riverside Medical Center has temporarily restricted visitors age 17 and younger in an effort to prevent high-risk young people from contracting the virus. "Don't try and tough it out. Don't send your kids to school". Keep the immune system strong - It's easier to get sick if your immune system is weakened. Read More »

Donald Trump could live to 200 years old if…, doctor says

Receiving a "perfect" 30-out-of-30 score on the cognitive test, military doctor Ronny L. Jackson says the findings demonstrate that President Trump does not suffer from any mental issues that would make him unfit for office. "I run over to a building next door". He said he had impressed medical staff with his recent performance on a treadmill. In case you didn't know, a newly-released book on Trump has left many doubtfull about "the president's mental fitness for office". Read More »

Trump Admin Asks SCOTUS to Hear DACA


The legal fight involves the third version of a contentious policy Trump first sought to implement a week after taking office in January 2017. The high court's decision to hear the case sets up what will be a closely-watched hearing that should finally resolve the heated, controversial debate. Read More »

Roger Federer continues Australian Open defence with Richard Gasquet defeat

Open. "I think I was able to maybe stay a little bit more on the offensive than he was and maybe I was protecting my own serve a little bit better than him, I don't know". He was great - super nice guy, hard-working and I'm really happy for him. Federer has only lost to world No.31 Gasquet twice in 18 meetings. The most interesting post-match interview in the history of tennis was done. Read More »

Trump administration moves to defend conscience rights


There were 15 states that moved to defund Planned Parenthood. Goss, who also serves on the Southern Baptist Convention Executive Committee, noted that he never felt the need for heightened conscience protection in his own medical practice, but he expressed appreciation for the creation of the new HHS branch because it "could be important for physicians" who refuse to perform procedures such as abortion and gender transition for conscience reasons because they regard it as "elective and ... Read More »

Florida not 'off the table' for offshore drilling


Zinke, appearing alongside Gov. Rick Scott at the airport, said Florida coastal waters would be removed from plans to open previously protected parts of the Atlantic Ocean and eastern Gulf of Mexico to oil and gas drilling. The letter was was signed by Hogan, Virginia Gov. Ralph S. Northam, Massachusetts Gov. Charles D. Baker, Delaware Gov. John C. Carney, North Carolina Gov. Read More »

Flu Virus Can Spread Simply By Breathing


According to FranceInfo, almost 11,500 people visited hospital or A&E with flu-like symptoms in the last week of 2017. When a person that already has the flu then contracts pneumonia it is more aggressive and deadly because it is caused by a bacteria and not a virus. Read More »

Doctor says Donald Trump in 'excellent' health

In December 2015, Mr Trump's own long-time doctor, Harold Bornstein, declared in a pre-election assessment that his client would be the "healthiest individual ever elected to the presidency". He did say he was open to changing his diet, perhaps with smaller portion sizes on White House meals. Trump is considered overweight and borderline obese at 6 feet 3 inches (1.9 metres) tall and 239 pounds (108 kg). Read More »

Hernández close to West Ham exit


Moyes said: "Well, there's speculation about " Chicharito ". Sources told Goalon Friday that West Ham was close to a deal with Besiktas for Hernandez's services with the Mexico worldwide searching for more playing time ahead of the summer's World Cup. Read More »

Class 12 student shoots dead school principal in Haryana


Reports have said that he was rusticated from the school as he used to frequently pick fights with other students on the premises. The four bullets hit her in the chest, stomach and shoulder, Yamunanagar Superintendent of Police Rajesh Kalia told PTI over the phone. Read More »

Trump Blames Democrats For Government Shutdown


Senate voting on a short-term spending plan. "The discussions will continue", the New York Democrat told reporters. Because of the shutdown , hundreds of thousands of United States government defence workers, park rangers and business regulators will be left temporarily out of work. Read More »

Trump in 'excellent health', gets 30/30 cognitive score


But he noted that the president, who is 71 years old, stands 6-foot-3 and weighs 239 pounds, could use a bit more dieting and exercise . "It's called genetics. Follow Tess on Twitter . The President didn't discuss his reasoning, Dr. Jackson said, but questions about his mental fitness for office have dogged Trump in recent weeks. Read More »

Yemen's Houthis fire ballistic missile toward Saudi Arabia


Germany " isn't taking any arms exports decisions right now that aren't in line with the results of the preliminary talks ", Steffan Seibert, a spokesperson for Merkel, said in a post on Twitter, Al Jazeera reported. By stopping its own arms sales to Saudi Arabia, European heavyweight Germany may become a model for other Western and non-Western powers already under pressure to end their arms sales to the Riyadh regime. Read More »

Scientists Make Progress on Blood Test to Detect the Most Deadly Cancers


The researchers also developed an algorithm to determine the source of the cancer identified in the positive tests, and they were able to localize the source to a single organ in an average of 63% of these patients.The researchers also gave the test to 812 healthy patients and found that only seven of them resulted in a false-positive. Read More »

New study suggests flu may be spread just by breathing


The flu is so deadly this year that it has claimed the lives of physically fit people all over the country. Out of the 615 hospitalizations, 11 of those were children. "This is a season that has a lot more steam than we thought", said Dr. Dan Jernigan of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention . Dr. Read More »

NFC Championship Match Up: Vikings at Eagles


Both players are listed as questionable . With Stephen out, that could mean more snaps for rookie defensive tackle Jaleel Johnson. "I think, for the next couple of weeks, us Philadelphia Eagles fans are going to be pumped, stoked, and we're going to be celebrating", said Vagnoni. Read More »

US Govt. shuts down: Trump talks tough


Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney , meanwhile, accused Democrats of "hypocrisy", arguing that during the 2013 shutdown the party criticized Republicans for trying to insert non-financial issues into the appropriations process. Read More »

Who stepped up against the Utah Jazz on January 19?


He contributed with twenty-three points, one assist, one4 rebounds and three blocks with 3 turnovers in 29 minutes. Enes Kanter recorded 20 points and nine boards and Michael Beasley and Lee registered 18 points apiece. Tonight marks the final encounter between the two squads. With the emergence of Donovan Mitchell , the Jazz have found their future. Defensively, Utah is attempting to find its identity without one of the best defenders in the league in the lineup. Read More »

Cure imminent? Scientists make breakthrough in cancer detection


Researchers have taken a step towards developing a universal blood test for cancer - one that can detect the devastating disease early and effectively. And it was better at detecting stage 2 or 3 cancers, versus stage 1, the investigators found. It can detect the early stages of breast, ovarian, liver , stomach , pancreas , oesophagus, bowel and lung cancers so doctors are able to remove it before it spreads and potentially turns malignant. Read More »

FA Cup third round replay updates


They travel to the DW Stadium for a second crack at Paul Cook's Latics on Wednesday evening and Howe is confident his squad know what is required to set up a fourth-round tie with either West Ham or Shrewsbury. Striker Jermain Defoe (ankle) and defender Tyrone Mings (back) are long-term absentees. In team news, new Wigan Signing James Vaughan is unavailable tonight as he is cup tied with Sunderland . Read More »