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Rudy Giuliani presses Ukraine to investigate Biden family

Rudy Giuliani revived an effort to convince the Ukrainian government to investigate a matter related to Joe Biden, the front-runner in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary. Giuliani, who is President Trump‘s personal attorney, encouraged a top representative of the new Ukrainian President Volodymy Zelensky to look into whether there was …

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All set for Travel Talks Digital Global Summit | PNC News First

Representing Skift, the world‘s leading media company for the travel industry, is their editorial strategist Paul Brady. Only one day away till Travel Talks takes over the Dusit Thani Resort Convention Hall. Earlier Tuesday, PNC attended the kick-off press conference for the digital summit, where organizers highlighted key events. The …

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‘I love my parents… but live with them?’

After graduating three years ago I moved back in with my parents – it was the most logical thing to do at the time as I was only in my first job, so not having to pay rent in London was a no-brainer. Unsurprisingly, I’m not the only to return …

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FDA AdCom backs Gilead’s move to expand Descovy label — but stops short of endorsing broad PrEP use

Gilead is one step clos­er to un­lock­ing a po­ten­tial­ly block­buster new use of its two-drug HIV reg­i­men De­scovy — though prob­a­bly not all of it. In a meet­ing late Wednes­day, the FDA’s An­timi­cro­bial Drugs Ad­vi­so­ry Com­mit­tee vot­ed 16 to 2 en­dors­ing De­scovy as a pre-ex­po­sure pro­phy­lax­is, or PrEP, in men …

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Do I Need a Cosigner for a Car Loan?

You usually don’t need a cosigner for a car loan, but you may be required to have one if you have bad credit. A cosigner is somebody with good credit who signs on a loan in order to help the primary borrower get approved. Having a cosigner can provide other …

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Should patients get a say in deciding whether a drug is cost-effective?

Health economists walk a precarious tightrope: Their analyses are quantitative and, presumably, emotion-free. But health care is intensely personal — and often, intensely emotional. That tension between between quantitative analyses and lived experiences was on full display at a recent meeting of the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review, a …

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Parents can now ‘clip’ box tops using an app 🙌

This was an unpleasant revelation I had just before my son entered Pre-K: August is now when I get to relive all of the back-to-school anxiety I had as a kid, compounded by already prevalent mom anxiety. Wow, that’s fun! And, according to a new survey, this worried feeling is …

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