Health Care

This will make you think twice about shaving your pubic hair

This will make you think twice about shaving your pubic hair Of those individuals, 26% said that they had somehow injured themselves in the process, with said injuries ranging from cuts to burns to infections, according to The Guardian . To do this, they will gather data at clinics to better understand how the timelines of grooming and infection interact. The researchers hope not that we'll all stop grooming (current pubic hair trends may prohibit th... [Full Article...]

Neo-Nazi Website Daily Stormer Moves to Dark Web After GoDaddy, Google Ousting

Neo-Nazi Website Daily Stormer Moves to Dark Web After GoDaddy, Google Ousting Questions about free speech and whether companies should police what customers and users say has always been a hard one, and the reason many hate-filled groups continue to persist on big platforms like Reddit. "You don't have to play this game too many moves out to see how risky this is going to be", Prince said. He added: "All we ever wanted to do was have an open conversation". [Full Article...]

United Nations demands civilian access to Yemen airports, ports

United Nations demands civilian access to Yemen airports, ports United Nations report blames Saudi-led military alliance for "unacceptably high" number of child casualties during war. It also noted that the Saudi coalition had bombing at least 28 schools over the time. The inclusion of the Saudi-led coalition's aerial bombing campaign on Houthi positions has hindered their progress, stalling the conflict dynamic into a stalemate. [Full Article...]

South Korea's Moon pledges there will be 'no war on Korean penin

South Korea's Moon pledges there will be 'no war on Korean penin He has been in Asia this week, visiting South Korea, Japan and China. "If North Korea fails to comply with the peaceful path to denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula agreed upon by Korean and USA leaders or crosses the red line, there is no telling what our response may be", he said. [Full Article...]

Delhi High Court on high alert after police receives bomb threat call

Delhi High Court on high alert after police receives bomb threat call At around 11:00 a.m, the Police Control Room received a call from north east Delhi saying there would be a blast at the High Court in an hour. According to an India Today report of September 7, 2011, the bomb was placed in a briefcase and ripped through a crowded reception area at the entrance of the Delhi High Court. [Full Article...]

Scientists 'cure' peanut allergy in children after 18-months of probiotic treatment

Scientists 'cure' peanut allergy in children after 18-months of probiotic treatment Four years after the treatment, two-thirds of the group undergoing immunotherapy showed no adverse reactions to peanuts when consumed, while only one in the placebo group had no problems. The probiotic works by changing the way the body's immune system reacts to an allergen with the aim of building up a tolerance over time. Peanut allergy is one of the most common causes of anaphylaxis, a reacti... [Full Article...]

Stern Warnings Issued Related to Removal of the Blue Whale Challenge

Stern Warnings Issued Related to Removal of the Blue Whale Challenge The high court, however, refrained from passing any order on the plea seeking direction to the internet companies including Google, Facebook and Yahoo to take down the links of the Blue whale . The killer online "Blue Whale Challenge " game has led to suicides around India. Acting on a hunch that Siddharth Singh might be a victim of the notorious Blue Whale game challenge, police are also ch... [Full Article...]

Case closed? Models have a pop at 'kidnapped' Chloe Ayling

Case closed? Models have a pop at 'kidnapped' Chloe Ayling The 20-year-old model broke down in tears this week as she told of the moment she saw an empty suitcase and hoped for a "non-painful death" as she feared she'd be killed. Deputy Senior District Judge Tan Ikram remanded the suspect in custody, saying he was satisfied there were "substantial grounds" to believe he would fail to surrender if he was released. [Full Article...]

SeaWorld Pays Tribute to Fallen Orca Highlighted in 'Blackfish' Documentary

SeaWorld Pays Tribute to Fallen Orca Highlighted in 'Blackfish' Documentary SeaWorld says Kasatka was 'surrounded by members of her pod, as well as the veterinarians and caretakers who loved her, ' when she died. SeaWorld and animal welfare advocates are mourning the passing of one of the park's oldest killer whales. [Full Article...]

Rahul Gandhi's slip of tongue: 'Amma....The Indira canteen'

Rahul Gandhi's slip of tongue: 'Amma....The Indira canteen' The Chief Minister came down heavily on Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The canteen is part of the state's initiative to make it hunger free, Rahul Gandhi said. "These canteens will be on a par with star hotels when it comes to maintaining hygiene and quality of food", he said. "I think we owe this to every single citizen", he said. [Full Article...]

Teen overdose deaths on the rise — CDC

Teen overdose deaths on the rise — CDC Most of the deaths were accidental and were mainly caused by heroin , researchers found. The number of deaths in 2014 was 658. In 2015, 772 drug overdose deaths were reported for the 15- to 19-year-old age group. "More than one-fifth of drug overdose deaths among female adolescents aged 15-19 were suicide compared with 8.7 percent for males", it said. Deaths among "young women, we have known ... [Full Article...]

MPs Criticise 'Entirely Bonkers' Decision To Silence Big Ben For Four Years

MPs Criticise 'Entirely Bonkers' Decision To Silence Big Ben For Four Years Members of public are being asked to gather in parliament square to hear the last bongs from Big Ben for the time to come. As well as conservation work to the tower, the Great Clock will be dismantled piece-by-piece and its four dials will be cleaned and repaired. [Full Article...]

Yemen's cholera outbreak passes 500000 cases

Yemen's cholera outbreak passes 500000 cases Yemen is facing one of the worst cholera epidemics in its history. The World Health Organization ( WHO ) announced that the number of cholera cases in Yemen had reached 500,000, noting that around 5,000 people are being infected with cholera daily, "and almost 2,000 people have died since the outbreak began to spread rapidly at the end of April ". [Full Article...]

Cholera kills thousands in war-ravaged Yemen

Cholera kills thousands in war-ravaged Yemen As Yemen faces this deadly waterborne disease epidemic, many may be asking what exactly cholera is. "The total number of suspected cholera cases in Yemen this year hit the half a million mark on Sunday, and almost 2,000 people have died since the outbreak began to spread rapidly at the end of April ", the organziation said in a statement. [Full Article...]

Rescuers pull out 6 bodies after landslide hits north India

Rescuers pull out 6 bodies after landslide hits north India Eyewitnesses disclosed that about 250 meters of the highway had been buried in the landslide as an entire hilled caved in. The local people are also helping. Mr Sharma said he did not hold out much hope of any survivors. The state government has announced an ex gratia of Rs 5 lakh to the next of kin of the deceased. [Full Article...]

Donut Shop Responsible For Infecting 300 With Norovirus

Donut Shop Responsible For Infecting 300 With Norovirus Toledo-Lucas County Health Department officials said that cases of the virus linked to food eaten at the restaurant has climbed to almost 400 while 27 people fell ill by coming in contact with those who who ate there (secondary infections). [Full Article...]

Bryce Harper leaves game with apparent knee injury

Bryce Harper leaves game with apparent knee injury The Nationals can survive those injuries , but if Harper goes down for the year we're not sure they can survive that. Harper injured his knee when he slipped on a wet first base in the first inning of a rain-delayed game against the San Francisco Giants on Saturday night. [Full Article...]

100-year-old Antarctic fruitcake found in '(almost) edible' condition

100-year-old Antarctic fruitcake found in '(almost) edible' condition Fruit cake was a popular treat in Britain at the time that Scott and his team were exploring the region, and he even documented that he had packed this particular brand with him. Conservators from the Trust have been working on restoring and documenting nearly 1500 artifacts from the Cape for the past year. Programme Manager-Artefacts Lizzie Meek said finding such a "perfectly preserved fruitcak... [Full Article...]

Five People Die After Using Weight Loss Balloons for Obesity

Five People Die After Using Weight Loss Balloons for Obesity The company reported all five cases under its Global Product Surveillance program. Today's FDA warning follows another alert in February 2017, after dozens of patients suffered life-threatening side effects when their balloon spontaneously over-inflated with air or fluid. [Full Article...]

Tebow greets autistic boy during at-bat, then this happened

Tebow greets autistic boy during at-bat, then this happened As Tebow stepped up to the plate, he blasted an opposite-field home run, all caught on Ileana's unbelievable video. That's when Seth Bosch - who turned 10 this week - made his way through the crowd behind home plate to a spot near the on-deck circle - and into Tebow's view. [Full Article...]