Friday , 22 August 2014
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Feds Ban Ohio Schools’ “Pink Cookie”

Starting this school year, children in Elyria, Ohio will no longer taste their beloved “pink cookie” as the government banned it from school canteens because of too much calories. Amy Higgins, the spokesperson for Elyria City Schools, said the “pink cookie” no longer meets the national school lunch program guidelines for snacks because of its caloric content. The USDA “Smart ... Read More »

Miley Cyrus Tour Bannned Dominican Republic

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The Dominican Republic has banned Miley Cyrus from preforming anytime soon in the Caribbean nation. This is according to the commission in charge of public performances. It was when Miley first auditioned for the role of Hanna Montana in the year of 206 that she was informed that she was not old enough. However, with persistence and the help of ... Read More »

The Bucket Challenge And Anti-ALS Association Debate

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The ice bucket challenge that is raising money for the continued research of ALS is being discouraged by some pro-life activists as well as religious leaders. They are encouraging people to stop donating to the ALS Association. Pro-life advocates disapprove of the association as one of the studies that the association funds make use of embryonic stem cells as well ... Read More »

Less American Teens Using Sunscreen Despite Cancer Warning

Only few American teens use sunscreen despite of warning that skin cancer rates is increasing, a study found Thursday. The study, done by researchers at William Paterson University in New Jersey,  shows that the number of high school students who are using sunscreen plunged to 56.1 % in 2011 from 67.7% in 2001. The research noted that the decrease in ... Read More »

Sierra Leone’s Ebola Cases Multiplied Because of a Self-Proclaimed Ebola Healer

The Ebola virus apparently spread from Guinea into Sierra Leone because of a healer who claimed that she can heal Ebola patients. Health officials said patients from Guinea were crossing borders into Sierra Leone to seek treatment from a herbalist in the far-flung eastern border village of Sokoma. Mohamed Vandi, a medical official in the city of Kenema, said the ... Read More »

Suspected Ebola Patient in New Mexico Being Tested for the Virus; Another Patient in California Tested Negative

The 30-year-old woman from Albuquerque, New Mexico is place in an isolation unit at the University of New Mexico Hospital as a precaution after she showed symptoms similar to Ebola virus. State health officials said the woman recently returned from Sierra Leone although she had no known exposure to the disease but had been teaching in country. Sierra Leone is ... Read More »

38-Year-Old Skeleton Removed From an Indian Woman Womb

Indian doctors remove the skeleton of an unborn baby left inside its mother womb for 36 years. 63-year old Jyoti Kumar was operated on by doctors of NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences in Nagpur, India earlier this month to remove the skeleton. Reports said Kumar was 24 when she first got pregnant. But she found out that it was ... Read More »

Nick Cannon Says He And Wife Mariah Carey Are Living Apart

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Nick Cannon sets the record straight about rumored marital problems between Mariah Carey his, wife and him. It was Page Six that reported that the couple were living apart at this time. Cannon verified that he and his wife have indeed been living apart for a few months now, in separate houses. Rumors also have been floating around that the ... Read More »

The Simpsons Getting A Update For New Season

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The Simpsons is one of the long-term running television shows of recent times, and it is the talk of the fall season. The Simpsons made its appearance on Fox in 1990. Now, the show is getting an update. The show will be remade with new life. However before this event, FXX says it is streaming the complete series today. What ... Read More »

Pregnant Women Should Stay Way from Canned Tuna

An advocacy group warns pregnant women to avoid all canned tuna, saying it is not true that these products are low in mercury contrary to what the Food and Drug Administration and Environmental Protection Agency said. The FDA and EPA released proposed guidelines recently that suggest that pregnant women and those who are nursing can eat between 8 and 12 ounces ... Read More »