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Flash floods kill five in Malaysia, army deploys to rescue thousands of displaced

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) – Flash floods caused by hours of torrential rain killed at least five people in Malaysia and military forces deployed on Sunday to help rescue thousands of displaced people in the northern state of Penang. About 3,000 people had been evacuated and housed in temporary shelters as nearly 80 percent of Penang was hit by typhoon-like winds and heavy rain, its chief minister Lim Guan Eng said in a statement. He said floodwaters had risen to 3-4 meters (10-12 feet). Lim also warned in a Facebook postRead More

Resistance exercise linked to reduced anxiety

(Reuters Health) – People who do resistance exercises like weight lifting may experience less anxiety than people who don’t workout, a research review suggests Researchers analyzed data from 16 previously published studies with a total of 922 participants who were randomly assigned to do resistance training or be inactive. Resistance workouts were associated with a reduction in anxiety symptoms regardless of whether or not participants had a mental health disorder, though the effect was more pronounced in healthy people who didn’t report any physical or psychological problems. “The positive effectsRead More

Hurricane Maria clobbers Puerto Rico, plunges island into darkness

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Reuters) – Hurricane Maria, the strongest storm to strike Puerto Rico in nearly 90 years, carved a path of destruction through the U.S. territory on Wednesday, causing severe flooding and plunging the island into darkness as the storm’s death toll in the Caribbean rose to at least 10. Maria, the second major hurricane to rage through the region this month, was left weakened by its encounter with Puerto Rico and on a course projected to pass north of the Dominican Republic, the Miami-based U.S. National HurricaneRead More

BRIEF-Pirelli in no rush to sell Mediobanca, RCS stakes – CEO

Sept 18 (Reuters) – Pirelli CEO Marco Tronchetti Provera says: Source link #USA #News #USnews #worldnews #headlinenews #Breakingnews #weathernews #UnitedStates news #CanadianNews #weatherforecast top news #stories, #hourlyweather #Reuters

Tito Jackson’s ex-wife Dee Dee Jackson tragically drowns: Part 2 Video

Transcript for Tito Jackson’s ex-wife Dee Dee Jackson tragically drowns: Part 2 Reporter: It’s 3:30 am on that hot August night in los Angeles. At Dee Dee Jackson’s home in the San Fernando valley, a ringing phone wakens the sleeping household. I got a phone call and I was told that my mom had been in an accident and that I need to go to the hospital right away. Reporter: Paramedics had rushed an unresponsive Dee Dee to the hospital after an apparent swimming accident at the home of herRead More

Tropical Storm Lidia expected to lash Mexico’s Los Cabos

Tropical Storm Lidia formed off Mexico’s Pacific coast Wednesday as authorities warned the Baja California Peninsula to prepare for high winds, heavy rain and a dangerous storm surge along a shore that includes the twin resort cities of Los Cabos. A new tropical storm, Irma, also formed far out in the eastern Atlantic but forecasters said it did not pose an immediate threat to land. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Lidia was expected to approach the southern tip of Baja California by late Thursday. It said the storm wasRead More

U.S. opposes changing NJ Senator Menendez’s corruption trial schedule

(Reuters) – Federal prosecutors on Friday opposed a last-ditch effort by New Jersey Senator Robert Menendez to allow periodic delays in his federal corruption trial in Newark, New Jersey, next month so that he can travel to Washington to cast critical Senate votes. U.S. District Judge William Walls on Tuesday had rejected Menendez’s request, saying the Democrat was free to “absent himself” from testimony but did not deserve special treatment, being “no worse and no better than any other defendant.” In a filing on Thursday, Menendez said his “constitutional obligations”Read More

Why teens need to understand care plans for dying parents

(Reuters Health) – When children lose a parent during adolescence, their mental health as young adults may depend on how comfortable they were with the treatment and support provided at the end of their parents’ lives, a recent study suggests. To understand the lasting psychological impact of the death of a parent during adolescence, researchers surveyed young adults who had lost a parent to cancer six to nine years earlier, when they were 13 to 16 years old. Overall, 105 of the 593 young adults (18%) said they had littleRead More

Celtics roster turnover continues with Kyrie Irving trade

The question after each of the Boston Celtics‘ summer transactions – and there’s been a lot of them – has been the same: Is Boston better than it was last season? The Celtics continued a dizzying summer overhaul with Tuesday’s blockbuster that sent Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, and the Brooklyn Nets’ 2018 unprotected first-round pick to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for Kyrie Irving. Boston now has just four players on its roster from last season’s team that won an East-best 53 games. That’s 11 players gone fromRead More

Downtown? Petula Clark goes Down Farm – world news headlines from reuters

CROPREDY, England (Reuters) – Grammy award-winner Petula Clark sang her global hit “Downtown” about as far from “where the neon signs are pretty” as she could at the weekend — to thousands in a field in rural England. It was the 84-year-old’s first outdoor festival in a career spanning, well, eight decades. “I’m always trying new things,” she told Reuters. Clark’s set at the Fairport Cropredy Convention included some of her other ’60s hits, including “Colour My World”, “I know a Place” and “Don’t Sleep in the Subway”, but alsoRead More