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Johnny Manziel Illegally Worked Out For CFL Team

If the Roughriders did bring him in - which, again, they claim they never did - they would have violated the CFL rules. However, the Hamilton Tiger-Cats now hold Manziel's CFL rights, so any potential workout or participation with another CFL team would have to go through them.

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Damascus denies report on mass hangings in Syrian prison

Khamis said the Syrian government was working hard to secure oil production and restore electricity to the minimum level, promising that by the middle of February, consumers will see marked improvement in terms of the availability of electricity.

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Prince Charles leads tributes to goddaughter Tara Palmer-Tomkinson

In January previous year, she was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour. Tara Palmer-Tomkinson was an It girl famed for drug abuse, her honesty and some brilliant appearances on TV. At the time, Miss Palmer-Tomkinson, who has battled drug problems in the past, also revealed that was suffering with an auto-immune disease which had caused tiredness, joint pain and acute anaemia.

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Heavy lifting, shift work could affect women's fertility

The women, with an average age of 35, were part of a study into environmental and dietary factors that might affect their fertility. As for the non-day shifts, the study reveals that this occupational requirement is even more unsafe for the production of egg and the quality of the released eggs, compared with other women with a normal working schedule, at the same age and weight.

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Hardik Patel to campaign for Shiv Sena in BMC election

After meeting the Patidar agitator, Uddhav Thackeray announced Hardik Patel to be the party's face in Gujarat Assembly polls. "Hardik Patel will be Shiv Sena's face during the upcoming state elections in Gujarat", Thackeray declared on Tuesday.

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Free Blood Pressure Screenings Offered During American Heart Month

There are a few risk factors that one can not change, for example age or the history of heart disease in their family. Also, adhering to some of the practices independently, such as not smoking, also shows a lower risk for heart disease. Also, eat food rich in nutrients, such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grain bread. While the American Heart Association has often pointed to these five risk factors as being the leading cause of heart disease, based on this new research it would seem that ...