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How Celebrities Are Reacting to Kobe Bryant’s Death – menshealth.com

Kobe Bryant was reportedly among a small group of people killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California, on Sunday morning. The basketball playerwidely considered one of the best of all timespent an amazing 20 years with the Los Angeles Lakers where he won five NBA championships, and was named Finals MVP twice. Bryant was also an Oscar winner and an Olympic gold medalist, and he inspired legions of kids with his deft and skilled playing style.

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‘Biggest Loser’ Winners Then and Now: A Look At the Champions – Men’s Health

The Biggest Loser was a huge success for 17 seasons from 2004 until 2016.

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Kobe Bryant Thinks These 3 Women Are Capable of Playing in the NBA ‘Right Now’ – menshealth.com

Former L.A. Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant believes that there are plenty of female pro basketball players who are capable of taking on their male counterparts in the National Basketball Association. In a recent interview with CNN, the five-time NBA champion named three talented women in particular whose stats and performance speak for themselves

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This Couple Eliminated Nearly $100K of Debt in a Single Year – Men’s Health

Paul Spoon and his wife had dreamed of buying a house. The first step?

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Ozzy Osbourne Reveals He Is Living With Parkinson’s Disease – menshealth.com

Emma McIntyreGetty Images Rock star Ozzy Osbourne has just confirmed that he has been diagnosed with PRKN 2, a form of Parkinson's Disease. The heavy metal singer gave an interview alongside his family (who rose to fame in the early 2000s through their reality show The Osbournes) with Good Morning America todaythe first time any of them have spoken publicly on the subject since his diagnosis in early 2019. "Theres so many different types of Parkinsons," explained Sharon, Ozzy's wife

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Katie Sowers Will Be the First Woman and Openly Gay Coach at the Super Bowl – menshealth.com

The San Francisco 49ers beat the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, which means they're headed to the Super Bowl. It also means that Katie Sowers will be the first woman and first openly LGBTQ+ person to ever coach at the championship game. "Unreal night," Sowers tweeted after the big victory.

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Jonathan Capehart Says the Election Is a Lot Like Airplane Turbulence – Pulse Ghana

Jonathan Capeharts days are planned...until theyre not. Ever since 2016, weve been on a roller coaster with no lap bar, he says

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Sodium Bicarbonate Found to Have No Effect on Muscle Function, Bone Mineral Density in CKD – Renal and Urology News

Sodiumbicarbonate treatment had no effect on muscle function or bone mineral density (BMD)in a study of patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) stages 3 and 4, investigatorsreported in the American Journal ofKidney Diseases. Asfar as they are aware, the study was the first double-blind placebo-controlledtrial of sodium bicarbonate treatment in patients with an estimated glomerularfiltration rate (eGFR) below 60 mL/min/1.73 m2, a team led by MichalL

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Savvy Senior: How to choose the right hospital for you – Daily Herald

Dear Savvy Senior, I need to get a hip replacement, and want to find a good, safe hospital to have it done in. What resources can you recommend for evaluating hospitals?

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121 people have cancer diagnosis delayed with devastating implications – Naughten – Leitrim Observer

A delayed cancer diagnosis could be facing 121 people, with potentially devastating implications for their survival, because the HSE is refusing to fund an innovative rapid urology model developed at Roscommon Hospital, states Denis Naughten. Approximately 1,350 patients of the 9,000 long waiting list for urology are passing blood and urgently need to be assessed by a consultant

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I felt I had failed as a woman: Five women share how being diagnosed with cervical cancer affected their fertility and sex lives – The Independent

Every year, around 3,000 new cases of cervical cancer are reported in the UK. Despiteapproximately99.8 per cent of cases being preventable, there are still many misconceptions surrounding cervical cancer. Cervical Cancer Prevention Week, an annual campaign led byJos Cervical Cancer Trust, runs from Monday 20 to Sunday 26 January

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I was diagnosed with cervical cancer at 24 during my first smear a hysterectomy saved me but Ill never hav – The Sun

AMY Jukes was surprised when, aged 24, she received a letter from her GP calling her for a smear test.

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Pregnancy, breastfeeding may reduce risk of early menopause, UMass study finds – MassLive.com

AMHERST An analysis of health data by a University of Massachusetts doctoral student on more than 100,000 women over 25 years suggests that both pregnancy and breastfeeding may play a role in lowering the risk of early natural menopause. In our study, women with three or more pregnancies who breastfed exclusively for a total of 7 to 12 months had about a 32 percent lower risk of early menopause compared to women with the same number of children who breastfed exclusively for less than one month, said lead author Christine Langton, who with her advisor Elizabeth Bertone-Johnson of the School Public Health and Health Sciences, undertook the study, in a release.

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Surgical robots market driven by technological advancements and increase in purchasing power of hospitals – Robotics and Automation News

The global market for surgical robots market is being driven by ongoing technological advancements in the sector as well as the increasing purchasing power of hospitals. This is according to the latest market intelligence study by Transparency Market Research, entitled Surgical Robots Market.

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‘Love is love’ | Dandridge father asks for unity after controversial adoption bill signed – WBIR.com

On any given day, Michael Quinton's household is bustling with activity. He gets his two kids up for school, makes sure their homework is finished and feeds them breakfast. Sometimes, he has a foster kid or two in the mix as well.

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Would You Adopt This Jerk? – The Cut

Perdita, a jerk. Photo: Mitchell County Animal Rescue/ Facebook How many jerks do you have in your life right now

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WEDI: Tech limitations, lack of adoption and standards causing prior auth issues – Health Data Management

The use of technology has made limited inroads in reducing the impact of prior authorization, even as requests for this documentation increases, according to a national groups recent survey. WEDIthe Workgroup for Electronic Interchangesays its research suggests that even the use of mandated standards have done little to curb in the impact the prior authorization requirements

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Prioritising the needs of children when it comes to adoption – The Guardian

Recent letters from Prof Brid Featherstone and Prof Anna Gupta (20 January) and Janice McKinley (22 January) point out the issues of pain, loss and identity faced by many adopted children and adults at different times throughout their lives.

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Forney family navigates adoption and trip home inside China as the country battles new coronavirus – WFAA.com

DALLAS, Texas Protective masks were easily noticed inside DFW International Airport Friday as flights from China touched down, but support for a Forney family coming back from the country with a new son was just as noticeable.

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Tennessee governor signs bill allowing adoption agencies to deny gay couples – Press Herald

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee, signed a controversial anti-LGBTQ bill into law that allows children-placement agencies to deny services to anyone who violates the agencys written religious or moral convictions. Critics say that House Bill 836 allows prospective parents who want to provide a home to children in need to be turned away by taxpayer-funded adoption and foster care agencies.

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Abused dog that needed amputation goes up for adoption Friday – KKTV 11 News

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) - Jazzmin is an adorable 6-month-old pit bull mix who is now ready for her new home after getting fixed up at the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region. Animal law enforcement says she was taken from her owners after they took her to a local vet clinic for treatment earlier this month

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AI Adoption Survey Shows Surprising Results – Forbes

Analyst firm Cognilytica recently concluded a survey of global Artificial Intelligence adoption patterns with some surprising and striking results. (Disclosure: Im a principal analyst with Cognilytica).

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Global Mine-Site Technology Adoption Survey, 2019 – Analyses the Results of Interviews with Key Personnel at 179 Operating Mines Across the Globe -…

Dublin, Jan. 27, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Mine-Site Technology Adoption Survey, 2019" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

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The state of cloud adoption and connectivity in the Nordics – Data Economy

There is no doubt that AI is up-and-coming. But, as Back tothe Future proves, only a handful of futuristic predictions end up becomingreality. Its best to speak to experts on where AI might be heading in thecoming years.

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NJ Husky With Weird Eyelids Gets Adopted After Story Goes Viral – NBC New York

Jubilee the Husky may look a little different from the rest of her breed, but that doesn't mean she doesn't deserve a loving home. The Husky House, an animal rescue in Matawan, New Jersey, posted Jubilee's photos on its Facebook page last week to see if anyone wanted to welcome the 4-year-old dog with an eyelid deformity into their home. "I came from a 'breeder' who couldnt sell me because he said I was 'weird' looking," the Husky House wrote

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