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Mislabeled Pills In Prince's Home Contained Fentanyl

One summary from the report, however, may point to Prince's sudden passing, which seems to be a victim of the rise in fentanyl. It would be a serious health hazard if a batch was mislabeled and given to the public. How did Prince acquire the drug? The DEA issued a nationwide alert about fentanyl overdose in March 2015. But the Drug Enforcement Administration said drug traffickers have since expanded the illicit fentanyl market by producing counterfeit pills that contain the opioid.

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PYD suffering from lack of support, clashes with regime

The U.S. jets arrived just as the two Syrian government Su-24 bombers were departing, according to Pentagon spokesman Capt. Jeff Davis, who said none of the U.S. The U.S. has teamed with rebels to target militants affiliated with the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, or ISIS, and has called for the removal of Syrian President of Bashar al-Assad, while Russian supports the regime.

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96 houses destroyed by massive California wildfire

Tuesday, KTLA reported . "We know there are going to be people who are going to come home to nothing in a fire like this, that seemed to burn at will and jump literally a half-mile ahead of itself", San Bernardino County Fire Chief Mark Hartwig said.

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Park runs away from field to claim golf in women's golf

Park shot a five-under-par 66 to finish the tournament at 16-under. "I'm just going to accept them, " Piller said after a 68 put her at 9 under and in the final group with tournament leader Inbee Park (-11) and New Zealand's Lydia Ko (-9).

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Paul Manafort resigns as chairman of Donald Trump campaign

Trump's decision to tap Stephen Bannon, a combative conservative media executive, as his new campaign chief suggested to some that he might continue the divisive rhetoric that has angered minorities and alienated large swaths of the general election electorate.

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Calcium supplements linked to higher dementia risk in some women

However, that may not always be the case. However, 12 out of 93 women who had already had a stroke but did not take calcium supplements had developed the disease during the same time. Of the 450 women who got brain scans, 71 percent had white-matter lesions, which are signs of strokes or cerebrovascular diseases, illnesses that affect the flow of blood to the brain.