Latest recommendation covers more than the two areas in Miami-Dade where local transmission is occurring
In Sweden, 90 percent with very low risk disease choose this option instead of immediate treatment, researchers report
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At their final presidential debate, Hillary Clinton says she'd keep Medicare and Social Security solvent with "smarter decisions," and Donald Trump says a booming economy would preserve the programs.
Patients knew they were taking a placebo and still obtained relief, study finds
By Paola Totaro QUITO, Ecuador (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United Nations formally adopted a global road map to grapple with rapid urbanization on Thursday, capping nearly two years of behind-the-scenes international negotiations aimed at designing development priorities for cities and towns over the long term. The New Urban Agenda (NUA) sets out a host of general goals such as development of sustainable and compact cities that do not harm the environment and redevelopment of informal settlements with the participation of residents. "Urbanization is happening at an unprecedented pace and scale, and 3.7 billion people now live in cities.
By Patricia Zengerle and Emily Stephenson WASHINGTON/DELAWARE, Ohio (Reuters) - Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on Thursday he would accept the result of the Nov. 8 election - "if I win" - fueling Republican concerns his stance would make it harder for his party to maintain control of Congress. It ratcheted up Trump's allegations the election was being rigged against him, and became the latest flashpoint in an unusually acrimonious race three weeks before voters go to the polls. Clinton called the comment "horrifying." President Barack Obama blasted Trump on Thursday at a rally in Miami Gardens, Florida, for Clinton and U.S. Representative Patrick Murphy, who is trying to unseat Republican Senator Marco Rubio, a Trump supporter.
By Laila Kearney NEW YORK (Reuters) - T-shirts inspired by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's "such a nasty woman" comment on Democrat Hillary Clinton in Wednesday night's debate were flying off internet retailers' shelves, offering a possible hint on the Nov. 8 election result. Sales of pro-Clinton merchandise last week were 53.5 percent higher than for Trump, Jain said.