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    Investigators look for clues in death of ex-White House chef

    Date: 25-Jun-2015

    He was later reported missing by a family member."Our family is grateful to have Walter with us in the White House for six years, where we and visitors from around the world loved his delicious and creative meals".A ex- White House chef has been found dead after going missing while hiking in the New Mexico mountains. Three days later, Taos police found Scheib’s vehicle at the Yerba Canyon trailhead.The New

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    Metro: Emilia Clarke talks about THAT Game of Thrones finale death

    Date: 25-Jun-2015

    In Terminator Genisys, John Connor (Jason Clarke), leader of the human resistance against Skynet, sends Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) back to 1984 to protect his mother, Sarah (Clarke), from a Terminator.A few guests at Madame Tussauds museum in Hollywood almost jumped out of their trousers when a ‘wax statue’ of The

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    RTÉ News: Wearing skinny jeans could pose a health risk

    Date: 25-Jun-2015

    "We were surprised that this patient had such severe damage to her nerves and muscles", Dr. Thomas Kimber of Australia’s Royal Adelaide Hospital told NBC News.Relaxed fit, people. Relaxed fit.The woman regained the ability to walk unaided after being treated at a hospital for four days, according to the report.Skinny jeans may seem like all fun and games until they

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    Florida Home of Former Coach Lou Holtz Destroyed by Fire - ABC News

    Date: 25-Jun-2015

    Lightning caused a massive two-alarm fire at Lou Holtz’s home in Orlando, FL, and one can see the damage below.Orlando news stations report the house belongs to Hall of Famer and ex- college football coach Lou Holtz. With the fire, by Monday morning it was no more feeling bad for ourselves.Holtz served as head coach for several college football programs, including North Carolina

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    NDTV Food: Smart Insulin Patch to Give Diabetics Respite from Insulin Shots

    Date: 25-Jun-2015

    Diabetes affects almost 350 million people worldwide, according to the World Health Organization, and that number is expected to continue to climb. Microneedle-array patches loaded with hypoxia-sensitive vesicles provide fast glucose-responsive insulin delivery. "Unfortunately, we’ve found that it’s hard to get people to change their eating habits". Such an invention may soon be on its way, thanks to biomaterials design experts at the

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