Tua Tagovailoa grew up dreaming of Heisman, isn’t nervous on big day – AL.com

  1. Tua Tagovailoa grew up dreaming of Heisman, isn’t nervous on big day  AL.com
  2. A Quarterback Will Win the Heisman. But Which One?  The New York Times
  3. Tua Tagovailoa praises Jalen Hurts for staying at Alaba  Sporting News
  4. Kyler Murray, Oklahoma Sooners, Heisman Trophy betting favorite over Tua Tagovailoa, Alabama Crimson Tide  ESPN
  5. How Tua Tagovailoa’s injured ankle gets treatment on Heisman trip  AL.com
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Did Robert Mueller Hint that Donald Trump Is Next? CNN Analyst Says He'd Be Nervous if he Was President – Newsweek

  1. Did Robert Mueller Hint that Donald Trump Is Next? CNN Analyst Says He’d Be Nervous if he Was President  Newsweek
  2. Flynn has given ‘substantial assistance’ to the special counsel  CNN
  3. Mueller says Michael Flynn gave ‘first-hand’ details of Trump transition team contacts with Russians  CNBC
  4. Gregg Jarrett: Mueller strikes out trying to nail Trump – Flynn sentencing memo is a big nothing  Fox News
  5. Mueller filing: Michael Flynn gave substantial assistance  CNN
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Trump joins nervous Republicans in pouring money into CA House races

  1. Trump joins nervous Republicans in pouring money into CA House races  San Francisco Chronicle
  2. Capitalist Elizabeth Warren has the right antidote to socialism and Trumpism  Business Insider
  3. Trump is Losing Hillary Haters and that Could Cost Republicans the House in Midterms: Poll  Newsweek
  4. Trouble still ahead for GOP — even with a growing economy  CNN
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Researchers solve mystery of how ALL enters the central nervous system

A deadly feature of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) is its invasion of the central nervous system. ALL in the central nervous system is very difficult to treat, because most drugs are blocked from the organ system due to a “blood-brain barrier” designed to protect the brain. How cancer cells enter the central nervous system has been an unanswered question for researchers and clinicians for decades. A research team has now found that this blood cancer infiltrates the central nervous system not by breaching the blood-brain barrier, but by evading the barrier altogether.
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Leukaemia follows a blood-vessel track to enter the nervous system

Leukaemia follows a blood-vessel track to enter the nervous system

Leukaemia follows a blood-vessel track to enter the nervous system, Published online: 18 July 2018; doi:10.1038/d41586-018-05693-x

Certain cancers are prone to invade the nervous system, which leads to poorer prognosis. A study of leukaemia in mice reveals an unexpectedly direct invasion route from the bone marrow to the central nervous system.
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First Trump-Putin summit has Cold War backdrop, U.S. allies nervous

First Trump-Putin summit has Cold War backdrop, U.S. allies nervousBy Doina Chiacu and Andrew Osborn WASHINGTON/MOSCOW (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet for their first summit on July 16 in Helsinki, a venue famed for its Cold War diplomacy. The Kremlin and the White House simultaneously announced the place and date a day after reaching agreement for the two leaders to meet following a visit to Moscow by U.S. national security adviser John Bolton.Trump will meet Putin after attending a July 11-12 summit of NATO leaders and a visit to Britain. The date will give Putin a chance to attend the July 15 closing ceremony of the soccer World Cup hosted by Russia.


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Meghan Markle: Nervous but mostly charming in her first official outing with the queen

  1. Meghan Markle: Nervous but mostly charming in her first official outing with the queen  The Mercury News
  2. Meghan Markle wears wedding dress designer Givenchy in solo appearances with Queen Elizabeth  AOL
  3. Duchess Style: Are You a Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle or Camilla Parker Bowles?  E! Online
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Leg exercise is critical to brain and nervous system health

New research shows that using the legs, particularly in weight-bearing exercise, sends signals to the brain that are vital for the production of healthy neural cells. The groundbreaking study fundamentally alters brain and nervous system medicine — giving doctors new clues as to why patients with motor neuron disease, multiple sclerosis, spinal muscular atrophy and other neurological diseases often rapidly decline when their movement becomes limited.
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