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Colorectal Cancer: Risk Increases if Colonoscopy Is Delayed After Positive Fecal Test, Study Finds

Colorectal Cancer: Risk Increases if Colonoscopy Is Delayed After Positive Fecal Test, Study Finds

For patients with a positive fecal immunochemical test, the risk for colorectal cancer increases if diagnostic colonoscopy is delayed beyond 6 months, according to new research. “In breast cancer, there are quality mandates from the federal government that say how quickly patients should be seen for certain tests. Colorectal cancer …

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VIDEO Teen With Cerebral Palsy Disorder Walks for 1st Time to Accept High School Diploma at Graduation

Teen With Cerebral Palsy Disorder Walks for 1st Time to Accept High School Diploma at Graduation

Like the other high school seniors around him, Micah McDade prepared hard for graduation day. But unlike those classmates, Micah’s preparation took a little more muscle. Micah, who was born with cerebral palsy and is confined to a wheelchair, took his first steps in public during his graduation ceremony last Friday. After …

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Review: Jaybird Releases New Freedom Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

Review: Jaybird Releases New Freedom Wireless Bluetooth Earbuds

IF YOU’VE RESEARCHED running headphones at all in the last few years, you’ve no doubt encountered many glowing words about Jaybird’s X2 earbuds. Rightly so. The company’s Bluetooth earbuds are comfortable, have great sound, and—thanks to removable fins that nestle into the folds of your ear—they stay put when you sweat. The …

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Former NBA Player Etan Thomas Shames Woman Who Wouldn’t Let Him Have a Seat on Train

Former NBA Player Ethan Thomas Shames Woman Who Wouldn’t Let Him Have a Seat on Train

Former NBA Player Etan Thomas spent 9 years playing professional basketball – most of it with the Washington Wizards. On Friday, he took to social media to call out a woman, he says, lied about the seat next her. It all began when, according to Thomas, he boarded a crowded train …

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Former Harlem Drug Dealer Graduates From Columbia University

Former Harlem Drug Dealer Graduates From Columbia University

After struggling with addiction for 35 years and serving multiple prison stints, a former Harlem drug dealer has reason to celebrate: He’s now a college graduate. David Norman, 67, earned a bachelor’s degree in philosophy from Columbia University last Wednesday, making him the oldest member of his graduating class. “It was a great feeling,” Norman told the New …

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4 Climbers Die in 4 Days on Mount Everest

4 Climbers Die in 4 Days on Mount Everest

Four people have died in the span of four days on Mount Everest including a Sherpa, while two others have gone missing. Danger is inherent in climbing the world’s highest peak. And there are fatalities — there has been at least one every year since 1990, according to the country’s …

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At Least 45 Killed in Twin Suicide Bombings in Yemen

At Least 45 Killed in Twin Suicide Bombings in Yemen

Two suicide attacks have killed ‘at least 45’ people in  army and injured dozens more in the southern Yemeni city of Aden, residents and security officials have said. The blasts occurred in the Khor Maksar district of the port city, which serves as the temporary capital of Yemen’s Saudi-backed government while it seeks to …

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San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus Bashes Padres After National Anthem Mistake

San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus Bashes Padres After National Anthem Mistake

The Padres are in hot water following a mistake made during the national anthem ahead of Saturday’s win over the Dodgers at Petco Park. The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus was assembled and prepared to sing the national anthem on Saturday when a recorded voice of a woman singing came …

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US President Obama Says He Will Not Apologize for Atomic Bomb During Visit to Hiroshima

US President Obama Says He Will Not Apologize for Atomic Bomb During Visit to Hiroshima

TOKYO: US President Barack Obama will not apologise for the atomic bombing of Hiroshima on his landmark visit this week, he told Japanese public broadcaster NHK in an interview. Asked if an apology would be included in remarks he plans to make there, he said: “No, because I think that …

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VIDEO Kesha Cover Bob Dylan’s ‘It Ain’t Me Babe’ at Billboard Music Awards

VIDEO Kesha Cover Bob Dylan's 'It Ain't Me Babe' at Billboard Music Awards

Kesha performed a tender, powerful cover of Bob Dylan’s “It Ain’t Me Babe” at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards. Slowing down the folk track, Ben Folds joined the singer on piano and a violinist. Though her mother Pebe Sebert had been active as country songwriter, Kesha’s take on the Dylan classic is a huge …

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