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POLL: Do You Use This Medicine?

If You Use This Medication, You Need to Talk to Your Doctor Now. We all know the medicine we take can often cause side effects, but sometimes the pills used to make us feel better can actually be plain dangerous due to contamination, as is the case with a common diabetes medicine that was just recalled. Nostrum Laboratories, Inc. has announced that it is voluntarily recalling four lots of a diabetes medication that it produces. In a statement, the company warned that the tablets have been found to contain dangerously high levels of nitrosamine, also known as NDMA, which is classified as a "probable human carcinogen" (a substance that may cause cancer). Read on to find out more, and for another recent recall that should be on your radar, know that If You Use This Mouthwash, Get Rid of It Right Now.
HEALTH

POLL: Will You Use These Tips?

If you've been storing your laundry detergent in your laundry room, you might want to take it out to help you clean other areas of your home. It can be used on much more than just your clothes. Make sure you know about these laundry mistakes you should never make.
LIFESTYLE

POLL: Did You Vote By Mail?

Record numbers of mail-in and absentee ballots cast have many voters wondering how soon their state and others will begin tallying up those votes. Many states can start processing ballots before Election Day, even if they don’t start counting them until Tuesday. Either way, the results are never released until after polls close in that state.
ELECTIONS

POLL: Do You Think Biden Will Win Pennsylvania?

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) predicted on Sunday that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will win his state, saying that "things are different now" than in 2016. Wolf told CNN's "State of the Union" that "anything's possible" for Election Day, which looms two days away, but noted he thinks the former vice president will win the Keystone State.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE

POLL: Do You Think That Pope Francis Should Adhere To Mask Mandates?

ROME —Pope Francis indeed has a mask. It's unadorned and white, just a shade paler than his papal cassock. But he almost never wears it. He goes maskless in public appearances. He goes maskless when hosting visitors. His aversion is deep enough that even guests seem to take the cue: Last week, Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez arrived at the Vatican wearing a mask. But he and his entourage were unmasked when meeting with Francis in the apostolic library.
RELIGION

POLL: Do You Think A Team In The Nfc East Should Go To The Playoffs?

Someone has to win the putrid NFC East, and the Philadelphia Eagles are in the best position to become the division's first repeat champion in 15 years and clinch their fourth consecutive postseason berth -- a feat the franchise hasn't accomplished since the heyday of the Andy Reid era. The Eagles aren't a good football team, though, which is why they are in an interesting situation ahead of the Nov. 3 trade deadline.
NFL

POLL: Would You Buy Any Of These Gifts?

When exactly your mom/best friend/husband got into power walking, you can't say. But heck, why not support them in any way you can this holiday season? Chances are they've been walking around the block now more than ever, but if you're a little stumped on what to gift your beloved enthusiast, we've got tons of ideas.
LIFESTYLE

POLL: Would You Follow Johnson'S Workout Routine?

Dwayne Johnson, the former pro-wrestler known for his huge physique, has once again proven his commitment to the gym, even shedding his own blood in the midst of a workout. The WWE star took to Instagram to share a cautionary tale from a gym accident that resulted in stitches but in typical The Rock fashion, didn't let some exercise-related bloodshed faze him.
COMBAT SPORTS

POLL: Do You Think It Was The Right Decision To Arrest The Man For Refusing To Wear A Mask Inside The Polling Place?

A Maryland man was arrested on Monday after he refused to wear a face covering inside a polling place, according to police. During the first day of early voting, which state officials are anticipating will break records, Daniel Swain, 52, and his 22-year-old son went to a firehouse in Jarrettsville to vote. However, despite Maryland’s long-standing order from Republican Gov. Larry Hogan than anyone over 5 wear a face covering indoors, neither father or son Swain were wearing one, according to the Baltimore Sun.
LAW ENFORCEMENT

POLL: Do You Follow Jewel?

A beauty journalist who revealed that her daughters were called the N-word at the age of six during a discussion on unconscious bias - has been criticised for using the term 'Karen'. Ateh Jewel, who lives in the Cotswolds, appeared on Good Morning Britain alongside journalist Rebecca Reid to discuss...
CELEBRITIES

POLL: Do You Think Biden Will Win Georgia?

Three southern battleground states appear to be toss-ups, according to new polling, with only a week left before the presidential election. A CBS News survey released Sunday morning shows Democratic nominee Joe Biden and President Trump neck-and-neck among likely in Florida, Georgia and North Carolina. Biden currently leads Trump by 2 points in Florida, 50 to 48 percent, and by 4 points in North Carolina, 51 to 47 percent. They are also tied in Georgia at 49 percent apiece.