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SAN BERNARDINO: Officer killed in crash

The crash caused the officer's patrol vehicle to spin out and crash into a power pole. The detective added that investigators have not verified whether the person was the one behind the wheel.

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Dead after vehicle Drives into Crowd at Oklahoma State Parade

Police are waiting for results of tests to identify whether there were traces of drugs or alcohol in Chambers' blood. The district attorney asked for two weeks to file the four counts of second-degree murder. He said he believes mental illness, not alcohol or drugs, played a role in the tragedy. "During that entire interview, I was not satisfied at all that I was communicating with a competent individual", he added.

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Mom's wedding photo honors son lost to cancer

Their wedding had been put on hold for years as Lake battled cancer. Late Monday, the image was a top-trending post on Facebook , ahead of Kim Kardashian and Jimmy Fallon items. She said the digitally altered image had brought her family back together. Anna asked for Lake to be included in the photo and Angel photoshopped him in as a ghost-like image.

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FDA approves injectable Glaxo drug to treat cases of severe asthma

Nucala is injected every four weeks by a health care professional in the arm, thigh or abdomen. The treatment, mepolizumab, works by blocking the protein interleukin-5 to prevent buildups of white blood cells in the lungs that can exacerbate asthma.

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Soy Diet With Isoflavones Can Help Menopausal Women Prevent Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis - which literally means porous bone - is a disease that reduces density and quality of bone, increasing the risk of fracture. They found that the women on the soy diet with isoflavones had significantly lower levels of betaCTX than the women on soy alone, suggesting that their rate of bone loss was slowing down and lowering their risk of developing osteoporosis.

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Qdoba customers in Colorado contracted typhoid fever in August

State epidemiologist Dr. Lisa Miller with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, said that although the outbreak happened in August, the three illnesses have been reported only in recent weeks because the incubation of the rare infection and diagnosis take time.