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Amazing Company Transforms Backyards Into White Sand Beach Swimming Pools for You

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Most people who work in an office would kill for the opportunity to leave work in the afternoon and head straight to the beach. Of course, it’s not always that easy; the majority of the world would have to make a pretty serious trek to get from their cubicle to the sandy shores, and so […] Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Украинские журналисты требуют уволить пресс-секретаря Зеленского "Ukrainskie zhurnalisty trebujut uvolit press-sekretarja Zelenskogo"

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enclosure image Журналисты из ведущих независимых СМИ объединились для того, чтобы вместе отстаивать свободу слова и реагировать на вызовы. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Walgreens, CVS Pull Zantac Off Shelves Over Carcinogen Concerns

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Watch Video Pharmacy chains CVS and Walgreens have stopped selling the heartburn medicine Zantac over concerns that the product contains a "probable carcinogen."On Saturday,  CVS announced  it would suspend the sale of Zantac, as well as the store's generic version, "until further notice." A Walgreens spokesperson said in a statement on Monday that it, too, has pulled ranitidine medicines off its shelves "while the FDA continues its review of the products."In mid-September,  the FDA said  some ranitidine-containing products, including prescription drugs and over-the-counter heartburn medicines, contain low levels of an impurity called NDMA. NDMA is classified as "a probable human carcinogen," or a substance that could cause cancer. The FDA has been investigating the compound since last year and "is evaluating whether the low levels of NDMA in ranitidine pose a risk to patients."Walgreens and CVS both noted that ranitidine products have not been recalled, and the FDA has not called for users to stop taking the drug at this time. But it says people "who wish to discontinue use" should talk to their doctors about other treatment options. Both retailers said customers who bought the products can return them for a refund.Additional reporting from  Newsy affiliate CNN . Číst dále >>>

Walgreens, CVS Pull Zantac Off Shelves Over Carcinogen Concerns

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Watch Video Pharmacy chains CVS and Walgreens have stopped selling the heartburn medicine Zantac over concerns that the product contains a "probable carcinogen."On Saturday,  CVS announced  it would suspend the sale of Zantac, as well as the store's generic version, "until further notice." A Walgreens spokesperson said in a statement on Monday that it, too, has pulled ranitidine medicines off its shelves "while the FDA continues its review of the products."In mid-September,  the FDA said  some ranitidine-containing products, including prescription drugs and over-the-counter heartburn medicines, contain low levels of an impurity called NDMA. NDMA is classified as "a probable human carcinogen," or a substance that could cause cancer. The FDA has been investigating the compound since last year and "is evaluating whether the low levels of NDMA in ranitidine pose a risk to patients."Walgreens and CVS both noted that ranitidine products have not been recalled, and the FDA has not called for users to stop taking the drug at this time. But it says people "who wish to discontinue use" should talk to their doctors about other treatment options. Both retailers said customers who bought the products can return them for a refund.Additional reporting from  Newsy affiliate CNN . Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

koupím vendal retard

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Zdravím,mám zájem koupit lék vendal retard nejlépe 100mg,ale může být i jiné síly.Prosím pomozte mám bolesti a léky které mám mi nestačí,prosím nabídněte na ceně se domluvíme.Za vaše nabídky předem děkuji.P.H. Číst dále >>>

Кардинал в мирском облачении вручил представителю мечети подарки от Папы Франциска "Kardinal v mirskom oblachenii vruchil predstavitelju mecheti podarki ot Papy Franciska"

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Портал DiocesePortLouis.org сообщает, что 24 сентября кардинал Порт-Луи, Морис Пиат, презентовал местной мечети подарки от Папы Франциска.Пиат появился в мечети в мирском облачении, выбрав одеяния белого цвета. Он принес с собой памятную медаль из африканской поездки Папы Франциска, а также копию противозаконной декларации, подписанной в Абу-Даби.Когда Папа Франциск посетил Маврикий 9 сентября, мечеть отправила в епископат Порт-Луи букет цветов. Таким образом, Папа Франциск хочет показать "уважение и преданность" мусульманам.Пиат пообщался с имамом, Ниссаром Рамтуллой, за чашечкой чая и пирожными. #newsHkcdsvdlij Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Coal States Urge Trump Administration to Tackle Plant Closures

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Coal States Urge Trump Administration to Tackle Plant Closures (Bloomberg) -- Six coal states are pressing the Trump administration to wrap up an almost two-year inquiry into whether coal and nuclear plant retirements are threatening the electric grid.In letters to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which overseas U.S. power markets, utility commissioners from Alabama, Kentucky, Montana, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wyoming warned that plant closures are accelerating and “bringing increased attention to grid resilience and fuel security.”The appeal comes almost two years after the commission rejected a Trump administration bid to bail out money-losing coal plants, dismissing the proposal as unlawful. But the agency left the door open to future action, by opening an inquiry into whether regulatory changes are needed to keep the lights on. More than 200 comments have been filed with the commission since then, and more than a dozen coal-fired power plants have been decommissioned.Now the states hardest hit by coal’s decline are asking the energy commission to finalize its review of the electric grid and, again, consider imposing market rules that could curb the closure of fossil-fuel generation.They may find a sympathetic ear in commission Chairman Neil Chatterjee, a Kentucky Republican and a longstanding champion of the coal industry who has faced criticism for pushing an ill-fated proposal to curb coal retirements by paying generators for having fuel on-site. Chatterjee has since said that the independent agency can’t put its thumb on the scale to favor any one source.Chatterjee said he would address the issue of grid resilience this fall and, on Oct. 21, will co-host a University of Kentucky energy forum in the heart of coal country. Speakers include Bob Murray, the chief executive officer of coal producer Murray Energy Corp., who has repeatedly called on the Trump administration to take steps to revive the domestic coal industry.The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, which represents coal producers, said it was time for the agency to take action to “help address concerns over grid resilience as a result of the continued retirement of fuel-secure coal units across the country.”To contact the reporters on this story: Stephen Cunningham in Washington at scunningha10@bloomberg.net;Ari Natter in Washington at anatter5@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: David Marino at dmarino4@bloomberg.net, Catherine Traywick, Reg GaleFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Coal States Urge Trump Administration to Tackle Plant Closures

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Coal States Urge Trump Administration to Tackle Plant Closures (Bloomberg) -- Six coal states are pressing the Trump administration to wrap up an almost two-year inquiry into whether coal and nuclear plant retirements are threatening the electric grid.In letters to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, which overseas U.S. power markets, utility commissioners from Alabama, Kentucky, Montana, Tennessee, West Virginia and Wyoming warned that plant closures are accelerating and “bringing increased attention to grid resilience and fuel security.”The appeal comes almost two years after the commission rejected a Trump administration bid to bail out money-losing coal plants, dismissing the proposal as unlawful. But the agency left the door open to future action, by opening an inquiry into whether regulatory changes are needed to keep the lights on. More than 200 comments have been filed with the commission since then, and more than a dozen coal-fired power plants have been decommissioned.Now the states hardest hit by coal’s decline are asking the energy commission to finalize its review of the electric grid and, again, consider imposing market rules that could curb the closure of fossil-fuel generation.They may find a sympathetic ear in commission Chairman Neil Chatterjee, a Kentucky Republican and a longstanding champion of the coal industry who has faced criticism for pushing an ill-fated proposal to curb coal retirements by paying generators for having fuel on-site. Chatterjee has since said that the independent agency can’t put its thumb on the scale to favor any one source.Chatterjee said he would address the issue of grid resilience this fall and, on Oct. 21, will co-host a University of Kentucky energy forum in the heart of coal country. Speakers include Bob Murray, the chief executive officer of coal producer Murray Energy Corp., who has repeatedly called on the Trump administration to take steps to revive the domestic coal industry.The American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, which represents coal producers, said it was time for the agency to take action to “help address concerns over grid resilience as a result of the continued retirement of fuel-secure coal units across the country.”To contact the reporters on this story: Stephen Cunningham in Washington at scunningha10@bloomberg.net;Ari Natter in Washington at anatter5@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: David Marino at dmarino4@bloomberg.net, Catherine Traywick, Reg GaleFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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