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GSK Recalls Weight-loss Drug Alli In U.S. After Tampering
GlaxoSmithKline is recalling all supplies of its non-prescription weight-loss drug Alli in the United States and Puerto Rico, the company said on Thursday, after reports that some bottles had been tampered with. The British group, which believes that some supplies may not contain authentic Alli, is working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the retailer-level recall. GSK has received inquiries from consumers in seven U.S. states about bottles containing tablets and capsules that were not Alli, with a range of tablets and capsules of various shapes and colors reported.
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Hilary Duff's "All About You" music video is almost here! The 26-year-old singer took to her Instagram page recently to share a short sneak-peek clip of her upcoming vid. Duff wrote,"Making final edits on #allaboutyou so excited to share @dwhitebloom I love it X." In the teaser, Duff sings her hit while doing a hoedown-inspired dance in an empty river basin. Duff also teams up with a group of female backup dancers to do a little line dance.
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Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett has reached her breaking point in the latest preview of her reality show, Kendra On Top. In the clip, she's seen sobbing in her friend's arms and confronting her husband, He's seen saying to his crying wife, "I didn't do anything." She replies,"No one believes you," before asking, "Did you think about your family when you did what you did?" Later on in the emotional clip, the 29-year-old confides in her friend, telling her, "My whole life just flipped upside down."
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Finally, Airline Food Delivered To Your Doorstep
Travelers who can't get enough of the food only available at 30,000 feet are in luck: There is now a service in Germany that will provide home delivery of airplane meals. Online German grocery store Allyouneed.com is launching the service — called Air Food One — to deliver either a "classic" or "vegetarian" meal once a week. The grocery store is teaming up with LSG Sky Chefs, the food provider for Lufthansa airlines. Before you recoil in horror at thoughts of mystery meat accompanied by a stale roll, it's worth noting that the offerings will be of business-class quality. Despite the often bland meals in economy class, airlines actually put some thought into what cuisine they provide to their VIP customers.
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Three Quarters Of Japanese Firms Prefer A Stronger Yen: Reuters Poll
The yen's rapid descent to six-year lows against the dollar is starting to push beyond comfort zones for three quarters of Japanese firms, a Reuters poll showed, highlighting the potential for profits to be squeezed as import costs climb. Japan struggled with a strong currency for much of the past decade, only gaining sustained relief from late 2012 as Prime Minister Shinzo Abe came to power and embarked on bold monetary stimulus.
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Nick Cannon -- I'm Putting Amber Rose On TV!
Nick Cannon is banking on Amber Rose in a big way because we found out he's already wheeled and dealed her way into a television series and a book deal. At first it sounded like a vanity client Nick repping a former stripper who became famous for dating Kanye and getting pregnant by Wiz. Turns out -- with Nick's help -- Amber is now the real deal. TMZ has learned her TV deal is a fashion show -- not a bash-this-woman type show ... it's more about female empowerment. As for the book deal ... TMZ says it's inked but they don't know the story line.
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Facebook Won’t Budge On Letting Drag Queens Keep Their Names
Facebook will not be changing its real-name policy for the drag queen community. San Francisco drag queens met with representatives from the company yesterday afternoon to talk through a recent mass deletion of their personal profile pages. Facebook started deleting accounts of hundreds of members of the drag community last week after deciding these profiles were in violation of the policy. Facebook warned account holders that they must change their drag names to their birth names or get shut down. Members of the drag community believes their stage names are their real names and that they should not be forced to go by their birth names on Facebook.
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Report: Officer Wilson Testifies Before Grand Jury In Ferguson Case
Shortly after being given more time to weigh evidence in black teenager Michael Brown's fatal shooting, a Missouri grand jury heard from the man at the center of it -- Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson. Wilson shot and killed the 19-year-old Brown in the middle of the day on August 9, in the middle of a street in the St. Louis suburb. Authorities could have charged Wilson themselves by filing a criminal complaint, but St.
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'Wild,' 'Foxcatcher' Added To Hamptons International Film Festival
Reese Witherspoon’s Cheryl Strayed is hiking to the Hamptons. The actress’ Oscar hopeful Wild, directed by Dallas Buyers Club’s Jean-Marc Vallee is set to make its East Coast premiere on Oct. 10 as the opening night film at the Hamptons Film Festival. Co-star Laura Dern is also set to participate in the festival’s signature, “A Conversation With…” talk, which The Homesman’s Hilary Swank and Joel Schumacher are already set to participate in. Another Oscar hopeful, Foxcatcher, will screen as Saturday’s centerpiece film at the Hamptons festival. Star Mark Ruffalo will also participate in a Sunday “A Conversation With…” talk. Channing Tatum and Steve Carell also star in the Bennett Miller-directed film, which Sony Pictures Classics is set to release on Nov. 14.
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Vote Counting Begins In Scotland On Independence
The thrill of history in the making enveloped Scotland — and spooked the rest of the United Kingdom — after voters turned out with unprecedented enthusiasm for an independence referendum that could end the country's 307-year union with England. As the polls closed late Thursday and the vote counting began, many Scots settled in to stay up all night in homes and bars to watch the results. A nationwide count began immediately at 32 regional centers across Scotland. For some, it was a day they had dreamed of for decades.