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Retailers at large have fallen out of favor, and investors worry Sears' strategy of selling assets to fund losses has its limits. "This revelation in their annual report that they may not be able to continue as a going concern is really just another step towards what is inevitably going to be a financial collapse", said Mark Cohen, former CEO of Sears Canada and director of retail studies at Columbia Business School.
  • Heroin overdoses in America more than quadrupled between 2010 and 2015

    Heroin overdoses in America more than quadrupled between 2010 and 2015

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    And despite persistent concerns over teens and young adults abusing drugs, middle-aged adults were the most likely to suffer a fatal overdose, according to the report. During the 16-year study period, the rate of overdose deaths among white people almost quadrupled, from 6 deaths per 100,000 people in 1999 to 21 deaths per 100,000 people in 2015.
  • Brain Differences Found In ADHD

    Brain Differences Found In ADHD

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    Hoogman, "and show that it has [a basis in the brain] just like other psychiatric disorders". They dubbed ADHD a "disorder or brain maturation delay" and said structural differences were greatest for children. Previous studies have found links between differences in brain volume and ADHD, but they were limited by small sample sizes, making it hard to draw any firm conclusions.
  • Rahul Gandhi is butt of most jokes on Internet: Modi

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    It's a three-way contest between the governing BJP, the regional Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) and the state's ruling Samajwadi Party (SP), which is contesting the polls in alliance with the Congress. Mr Gandhi, along with Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav, was addressing a joint presser in Lucknow . Reacting to this comment, Rahul today dared him saying, "You are the Prime Minister for over past two years..." The regional party has formed a political alliance with the country's main ...
  • Qatar spending $500ma week on World Cup infrastructure projects

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    Russian Federation has meanwhile increased government spending on the 2018 event by $321 million to $10.7 billion (about N5.35 trillion). "We are spending close to $500 million per week on capital projects", Qatar's Finance Minister Ali Shareef Al-Emadi revealed on Tuesday, according to AFP .
  • "Dripping" may expose users to toxic chemicals

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    Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin, a Yale professor of psychiatry who led the study, said, "When people smoke cigarettes, they say they smoke it for, for lack of a better word, a tingling in the back of the throat ..." Liquids used in these vaping products contain different levels of nicotine, and dripping means teens are exposed to higher levels of it.
  • Heart Healthy: Support women's heart health on National Wear Red Day

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    The Lt. Governor will declare Friday as National Wear Red Day . To raise awareness, the AHA is encouraging communities and businesses to wear red Friday to to start a conversation and act as spokespeople for the cause. 90 percent of women have one or more risk factors for heart disease or stroke. That's about one woman every 80 seconds but the good news is that 80 percent of cardiovascular diseases may be preventable through lifestyle changes and education.
  • Steve Harvey, Pia Wurtzbach reunite on stage

    Steve Harvey, Pia Wurtzbach reunite on stage

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    Roshmitha Harimurthy, Miss Universe India 2016, was one of the women to pose makeup free. Jordan said, noting how grateful she is for the experience. The grand finale will be hosted by Emmy Award victor Steve Harvey and will feature body activist Ashley Graham as backstage host. "We are so happy, honored and proud to have Mr.
  • Pro Bowl Skills Showdown

    Pro Bowl Skills Showdown

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    Held at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., that game owned a $243 average, making it the priciest Pro Bowl since 2010. Originally, only Atkins and A.J. Where: ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex, Orlando, Fla. Perhaps the solution lies in building the teams more out of more young players still working under their first contract such as Prescott and Buccaneers wide receiver Mike Evans .
  • Man Robs Bank To Get Away From His Wife

    Man Robs Bank To Get Away From His Wife

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    Ripple wrote the note in front of his wife and said he's rather be in jail then home with her, according to news reports . Lawrence Ripple pleaded guilty Monday in Kansas City, Kansas , to a federal bank robbery count. He then walked to the bank at 756 Minnesota Avenue, which is a block away from the city's police headquarters. But after the bank teller handed over several thousand dollars in cash, Ripple didn't flee the scene - he sat down and waited for police to arrive and arrest him.
  • Trump Gets To Work at the White House

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    McCain, who was once tortured as a prisoner of war in Vietnam, was a vocal critic of the CIA's use of enhanced interrogation techniques; the senator considers them torture. Roth added that the NY billionaire is aiming to "stop refugee admissions to the United States, ostensibly on security grounds", which means "closing the door" on people fleeing Daesh Takfiri terrorists or their likes.
  • Astronomers spot unusual, bow-like structure in Venus' atmosphere

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    According to scientists, the wave was observed for a few days, before it suddenly disappeared. Well actually, Dr. Mueller-Wodarg explains, gravity waves are often "dampened" in the atmosphere because of the wind structure. (This isn't a gravitational wave, which is a ripple in space-time.) We have these waves in Earth's atmosphere, too; they interfere with weather and cause turbulence.
  • Salmon with large tapeworms arrive in the US

    Salmon with large tapeworms arrive in the US

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    Adalja added that there are also inherent risks when eating uncooked fish or other raw foods, like unpasteurized milk, but the risk is not limited to tapeworm infection as it includes other food borne pathogens such as bacteria, viruses and other parasites.
  • Trump meets with AT&T chief Randall Stephenson

    Trump meets with AT&T chief Randall Stephenson

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    Regulators must review the mega-deal, and Trump said during the election campaign that he opposed it. The deal includes CNN, which is now in Trump's crosshairs for breaking the news on concerns that Russian spies have compromising information about him.
  • Make your New Year's resolution stick

    Make your New Year's resolution stick

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    When Lewis makes a resolution, she said she doesn't have difficulties keeping them. "We call them 'New Year's Resolutions". Birnbaum says people also make resolutions to lose weight for the wrong reasons. Just increase activity daily doing something that you like, instead of struggling through a workout that you hate (you won't stick with it.) Take a 15 minute walk in the fresh air.
  • Judge Orders Second Competency Evaluation on Dylann Roof

    Judge Orders Second Competency Evaluation on Dylann Roof

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    District Court Judge Richard Gergel determine whether the defendant is competent to proceed. After hearing about a mental health examiner's evaluation of Roof and about various legal arguments, Gergel ruled in November that the defendant was competent to stand trial and to represent himself.
  • Woolworths sells its fuel business to BP for $1.8 billion

    Woolworths sells its fuel business to BP for $1.8 billion

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    The sale of Woolworths´ fuel business, compromising 527 gas stations and 16 development sites, follows an effort from the company to go back to its core supermarket business. The fuel sold at Woolworths' petrol stations is now supplied by Caltex Australia, which also bid for the business. Caltex Australia chief executive Julian Segal said in a statement he was "disappointed" that his company's supply arrangement with Woolworths would end.
  • Ebola vaccine found safe and effective in human trials

    Ebola vaccine found safe and effective in human trials

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    The vaccine was not ready in time to stop the outbreak, which probably began in a hollow, bat-filled tree in Guinea and swept Liberia and Sierra Leone before being defeated. It involved vaccinating all people who may have come in contact with that particular case within the previous three weeks - friends, family and other visitors.