September 11: nearly 10,000 people affected by ‘cesspool of cancer’

Thousands who lived or wielded in lower Manhattan on 9/11 were exposed to poison vapours from destroyed towers John Mormando was in the best influence of his life- a marathon runner and triathlete training for an Ironman competition- where reference…

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Fitbit, Garmin, and all of the best fitness trackers in one place

Exercise, am I right? Whether you’re speaking this because you genuinely desire works out or because Instagram representations and your desire for pizza coerce you to exercising, one thing’s sure as shooting: A fitness tracker that fits your needs is…

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CDC meets plane at JFK after passengers report feeling ill

( CNN) Federal health officials met a plane landing Wednesday at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York after passengers reported sentimentality tribulation, according to the report of sources.

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‘They just wanted to silence her’: the dark side of gay stan culture

For gay followers, stanning being a super devotee of female dad adepts can be a helpful part of your name. But too often this fandom lapses into misogyny and form shaming Ahead of Britney Spears’ 4, 000 revellers were left…

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Claire Wineland, inspirational speaker and social media star, dies one week after lung transplant

( CNN) Cystic fibrosis did not define Claire Wineland. She did.

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Rule change tries to cool players in ‘nightmare’ heat at US Open

( CNN) Shrivelling temperatures made a toll on players contesting in the US Open the coming week. For the first time in the event’s autobiography, an extreme hot plan was implemented to help tennis musicians cope with temperatures nearing 100…

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How Spanish flu helped create Sweden’s modern welfare state

The 1918 pandemic ravaged the remote metropoli of stersund. But its legacy is a city and country well-equipped to deal with 21 st century challenges On 15 September 1918, a 12 -year-old boy called Karl Karlsson who lived just outside…

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At America’s toughest kayak race, goin’ with the rapid flow

Banks, Idaho( CNN) Humans can’t live without sea. We suck it. We bathe in it. We use it for transportation. We marvel at it. And we play in it. But unaided, we don’t live very long under it. Water can…

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She took a self-defense class for blind women; now she’s a competitive judoka

( CNN) For Janki Goud, the threat of abuse has long tower enormous. “We started self-defence and judo because the women living in this area with physical disabilities expressed so much better fear that they could face abuse and onrushes…

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How to design a school in the era of mass shootings

( CNN) For clas decorators and designers, the current debate about how to fix institutions safer focuses too much on add-on measures.

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