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Black Insomnia , which sells for $19 per pound, began selling three tons of coffee more than other local shops in the area with just their online business. This all depends on how you brew the coffee, of course. Caiden Tuller, who works at customer service at the New York-based company, said, "We're the leader in the strong coffee category and are not letting up anytime soon".
  • India court convicts 31 autoworkers in 2012 factory riots

    India court convicts 31 autoworkers in 2012 factory riots

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    The fire led to murder of an employee in July 2012 after initial disagreements between the employees and the management escalated the matter. "The judgment vindicates our stand that a very large number of workers were falsely implicated to prejudice the public opinion and project an exaggerated and alarming version of the incident".
  • United States avian flu case prompts Delmarva warning

    United States avian flu case prompts Delmarva warning

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    This is the first confirmed case of HPAI in commercial poultry in the United States this year. Avian flu only affects animals and is not considered a food safety issue for humans. A commercial Tyson farm in Alabama that borders Lincoln County tested negative, officials said in a news release. Sample birds from the affected flock were examined at the Kord Animal Health Diagnostic Laboratory in Tennessee and checked at the APHIS National Veterinary Services Laboratories in Iowa.
  • Mediterranean diet can reduce breast cancer risk

    Mediterranean diet can reduce breast cancer risk

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    The Mediterranean diet is a largely plant-based diet. Contrary to the earlier reports, a new study which was conducted reveals that a component of soy-based product known as isoflavones is capable of slowing the development of breast cancer and also decelerates the growth of hormone receptor negative breast cancer disease.
  • Tottenham, Man City win to put pressure on Chelsea

    Tottenham, Man City win to put pressure on Chelsea

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    Harry Kane opened the scoring in the 20th minute for Spurs, who went in leading 1-0 at the break. "If we get the time to improve, that's the next step for the club". But Dele Alli's wonderful finish in stoppage time disabused them of that notion and the substitute Enner Valencia's even later strike counted for nothing.
  • Colon cancer rates rise among Gen X, millennials

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    Her study was based on patient data on more than 490,000 people in the US Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) program registries. That means more people getting colon and rectal cancers today "are in their most productive years", Siegel said.
  • Totalitarians like Corbyn don't care about Labour

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    Meanwhile, Prime Minister Theresa May rallied around winning candidate Trudy Harrison in Copeland, becoming the first Tory to win the seat since the 1930s. Triggered by the resignation of Jamie Reed, the Conservatives won a seat that Labour had represented for the best part of a century. "Nothing", said one well-placed Labour insider.
  • CDC: Fatal heroin overdoses triple

    CDC: Fatal heroin overdoses triple

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    The new report did not investigate the cause of the shifts, but the data reflect a pattern seen by public health officials in recent years. The CDC report also shows that the number of deadly heroin overdoses in the United States more than quadrupled from 2010 to 2015.
  • Department of Health investigates Penn State mumps cases

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    Vaccinating your child is important because mumps has the potential of causing serious problems and is a contagious disease that can cause outbreaks. McGeer said there was nothing overly worrisome about the recent mumps and measles cases but noted that they served as a reminder of the importance of immunization efforts.
  • South Africa High Court blocks Zuma's ICC withdrawal

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    South Africa's government still plans to withdraw from the International Criminal Court (ICC), Justice Minister Michael Masutha said on Wednesday, after a court ruled that it was unconstitutional to do so. Is the ICC biased towards Africa? . Government argued it was Cabinet's decision to approve the notice of withdrawal from the Rome Statute , insisting South Africa's obligation under the Rome Statute had impeded peacekeeping and peace negotiations.
  • Spanish king's brother-in-law convicted as princess is cleared

    Spanish king's brother-in-law convicted as princess is cleared

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    The trial centered on accusations that Urdangarin used his former title, Duke of Palma, to embezzle about 6 million euros ($6.6 million) in public funds for the nonprofit Noos Institute. There were no immediate comment from Felipe and Queen Letizia, who received news of the ruling during a visit to a museum in Madrid with the Hungarian president.
  • Americans stress levels on the rise, survey shows

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    Not only that, our stress levels are now at a historic high. Two-thirds of Americans said they are stressed about the future of U.S., according to the new report by American Psychological Associations (APA). In August a year ago, the APA added political questions to its survey. The poll was conducted by Harris for the American Psychological Association , which has been running its Stress In America survey every year since 2007.