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Indianapolis Colts remain in AFC South division hunt despite absence of Andrew Luck

Indianapolis Colts remain in AFC South division hunt despite absence of Andrew Luck

Sports
INDIANAPOLIS -- With his Indianapolis Colts off to a 2-3 start to the season, head coach Chuck Pagano is looking ahead to Monday night's nationally televised game with AFC South rival Tennessee. The Jacksonville Jaguars are holding down first place in the division with a 3-2 record. But after that, it's a three-way tie for second (or last, depending on your point of view) between Houston, the Titans and the Colts. All three teams have the same 2-3 record. That's why this week's game is a crucial one for both Indianapolis and Tennessee. Whichever squad can pull off a win at Nissan Stadium in Nashville can take a positive step forward in the division. A loss, however, could make things tougher for either team to make a push to the post-season. Pagano says that he doesn't look at the division...
High obesity rates in United States remain steadily high

High obesity rates in United States remain steadily high

Health
THURSDAY, Aug. 31, 2017 -- Obesity rates in the United States appear to be leveling off, but Americans shouldn't think the battle of the bulge is won, health advocates say.In 25 states adult obesity rates exceeded 30 percent this year, and in five states rates topped 35 percent, according to a new report from the Trust for America's Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.Forty-six states had an obesity rate above 25 percent -- a sharp contrast to 2000 when no state topped 25 percent, the report noted."We're far from out of the woods when it comes to obesity," said John Auerbach, president and CEO of Trust for America's Health."But we have many reasons to be optimistic, thanks to parents, educators, business owners, health officials and other local leaders," Auerbach said in a news r...
STAY HARRY! Tottenham legend David Ginola tells Harry Kane to remain at White Hart Lane, amid links with a move to Manchester United

STAY HARRY! Tottenham legend David Ginola tells Harry Kane to remain at White Hart Lane, amid links with a move to Manchester United

Sports
David Ginola has told Tottenham star Harry Kane to forget about transfer links with a move to Manchester United and stay put this summer.According to reports, Jose Mourinho has told United chiefs to go all out to sign the 23-year-old England striker – who netted 38 goals in 41 appearances for club and country last season.Kane has repeatedly insisted he sees his immediate future in a Tottenham shirt, and Spurs have made it clear they do not intend to sell the Premier League Golden Boot-winner this summer.However, they have been tempted to part with their biggest stars for the right price in the past, which is sure to make Spurs fans nervous as the transfer window opens.And Ginola has joined the chorus of supporters urging the Kane to stay at White Hart Lane, insisting the hitman is key to t