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Arkansas Defeats Seton Hall in the NCAA Tournament,77-71

Arkansas coach Mike Anderson agreed. Arkansas will face the victor of the No. 1-seeded North Carolina Tarheels and the No.16-seeded Texas Southern Tigers on Sunday, March 19 at a time yet to be determined. "Pittsburgh took it to us", Thomas said. Khadeen Carrington , Seton Hall's 6-4 junior guard and leading scorer, 16.9 average, scored 41 of the Pirates' 87 against Creighton.

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One Pilot Dead, One Injured After Two Planes Crash Into Each Other

Longueuil police tweeted Friday afternoon the other pilot's injuries were not life-threatening. Police say one plane crashed into the mall's roof, the other, a parking lot. A security perimeter was set up near the shopping centre yesterday. The CBC reported that stores in the mall have been evacuated. Jonathan Vanasse was eating at a restaurant next to the parking lot crash site.

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United Kingdom grants first three person baby licence to doctors

A woman, who has not been named, is to undergo mitochondrial replacement therapy (MRT) treatment on Tyneside. Mitochondrial disease is caused by defective mitochondria- the tiny structures in almost every cell that convert food into useable energy.

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Minimal screen time 'reduces children's risk of developing diabetes'

For the study researchers analyzed data from almost 4,500 children, and found that those who spent more time glued to the screen had biological markers known to increase the risk of type 2 diabetes. Often touted as an age-related ailment, diabetes is not only victimising the young but the cause of it also lies so deeply embedded in their daily lifestyle.

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Google's new app lets parents control how kids are using their phones

Child safety features on gadgets have always been a tricky field to navigate, but a new Google release will soon make its apps easier to use for families and kids. They can remotely lock it, too. From there, child account management works much like it does with other parental controls systems, like Microsoft Family.

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Nursery products send thousands of children to ER

Most common injuries occurred with baby carriers (20 percent), cribs/mattresses (19 percent) and strollers (17 percent). Then, manufactures responded, widening baby walkers and changing wheels, making it more hard for children to roll down the stairs.