Category: Health

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Mysterious Pink Clouds Blankets Chinese City

Locals from China’s large cities are becoming progressively accustomed to red warning signaling of which its dark grey air is now too dirty to breath. What form of signal should be given if the air covering ones city would be pink?  Atmosphere the color of pigs is nothing for you to squeal about as the residents of Nanjing in eastern China discovered last month. While Beijing along with other northern towns, cities have been blanketed underneath hefty smog at the red caution stage, Nanjing’s skies in the latter part of the night time abruptly turned bright pink. A dual feeling of...

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‘Drinking a pint of urine every day keeps me young. And it’s delicious’

What lengths would you go to achieve good health? Would you drink your own wee? A woman claims drinking a pint of her own urine every day for the last 20 years has kept her fit and sprightly. Sylvia Chandler, 63, swears in Closer that her own wee is the elixir responsible for her slim frame and youthful demeanor, and claims she hasn’t needed to visit a doctor in over a decade. While certainly not for the faint-hearted, Sylvia also uses her urine to wash her hair and moisturise her face. Sylvia told Closer: ‘Drinking my own urine has kept...

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Saudis shut down camel urine shop: owner selling his own urine

Saudi authorities closed down a shop which had been selling traditional camel urine drinks… after discovering the owner had been filling the bottles with his own bodily waste. Saudi authorities have closed down a shop selling traditional camel urine drinks after discovering the owner had been filling the bottles with his own bodily waste. Health inspectors swooped on a vendor in the port city of Al Qunfudhah, in south-western Saudi Arabia, and confiscated more than 70 full bottles. The practice of drinking camel’s urine mixed with milk is believed to date back centuries while some insist it has health benefits....

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CIA Admits Using Weather Modification As Military Weapon

The CIA has admitted that various nations possess the ability to use weather modification, or geoengineering as a weapon in war.  Rutgers University climatologist Alan Robock claims that his department at the New Jersey-based university were hired by the CIA to control other nations’ climates. The climatologist also says the callers asked, “If we control someone else’s climate, would they then know about it?” Robock told the consultants that any large-scale weather manipulation would be detectable. Obviously, the CIA seems to have a very keen interest in the subject of weather modification. In fact, Robock appears to confirm the rumor that...

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Police: Fight over frequent flatulence lands Florida woman in jail

PORT ST. LUCIE, FL – This stinky story comes our way from the sunshine state. A Florida woman landed in jail after fighting with her husband who kept passing gas. Police tell WPEC-TV that Dawn Meikle, 55, elbowed her husband after he passed gas in bed early in the morning on December 11th. She eventually kicked him out of bed after the flatulence wouldn’t stop. Donald Fitzroy Meikle told police his wife, Dawn, elbowed him on the arm when he passed gas in bed. This happened early in the morning on Dec. 11. Meikle said she eventually kicked him out...

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Jack Webb’s “The Big Departure” Speech Still Holds True Today

In this episode of Dragnet which aired March 7, 1968 titled “The Big Departure”, a few teenagers want to start their own country on an island off the coast of California. They steal from local stores to fund their efforts. Jack Webb has THIS to say to them: Do YOU think this message still holds true today? Let us know in the comment section below, and please SHARE it with your friends on Facebook!

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Woman Throws Bloody Tampon At DMV Worker – Fights Cop As He Tries To Arrest Her

Miami, Florida (satire) –  A 23-year-old Florida woman was arrested after she assaulted a DMV worker with the bloody tampon. The woman claimed she has AIDS. The woman, Kristen Myers approached the desk at the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles frustrated that she had been waiting for over 6 hours to get a photo ID. The DMV worker told Myers there was nothing she could do about the wait time and asked her to have a seat. That’s when Myers raised her hand and threw a blood soaked tampon at the workers face. Then she whispered to the woman, “I have AIDS...

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Flint, Mich., So much lead in children’s blood, state of emergency is declared

For months, worried parents in Flint, Mich., arrived at their pediatricians’ offices in droves. Holding a toddler by the hand or an infant in their arms, they all have the same question: Are their children being poisoned? To find out, all it takes is a prick of the finger, a small letting of blood. If tests come back positive, the potentially severe consequences are far more difficult to discern. That’s how lead works. It leaves its mark quietly, with a virtually invisible trail. But years later, when a child shows signs of a learning disability or behavioral issues, lead’s prior...

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New Life On Earth Discovered – Lives Off Pure Energy

A new type of bacteria unlike any other living thing on Earth has been discovered by scientists, and it lives on pure energy alone. The electric bacteria live on electricity in the form of electrons harvested from rocks and metals, and biologists are enticing these lifeforms out of rocks and marine mud by tempting them with electrical juice. Newscientist.com reports: Experiments growing bacteria on battery electrodes demonstrate that these novel, mind-boggling forms of life are essentially eating and excreting electricity. That should not come as a complete surprise, says Kenneth Nealson at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. We...

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Superbug known as “Phantom Menace” on the rise

A particularly dangerous superbug, dubbed the “phantom menace” by scientists, is on the rise in the United States, according to a report Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This superbug’s strains belong to the family of bacteria known as CRE, which are difficult to treat because they are often resistant to most antibiotics. They are often deadly, too, in some instances killing up to 50 percent of patients who become infected, according to the CDC. Health officials have called CRE among the country’s most urgent public health threats. The target of Thursday’s report is relatively new. Unlike more common...

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Georgia: 12-Bedroom Underground Bunker, $17.5 Million

An underground facility and bunker dubbed “The Facility” in Southeast (Tift County) Georgia two hours from Savannah just hit the market for $17.5 million. The property, which is exclusively listed by Sister Hood of Harry Norman, Realtors Buckhead Office, was built in 1969 and fully renovated to government standards in 2012. The facility was “renovated to government standards” in 2012 and can withstand a 20-kiloton nuclear blast, according to the property listing. The residence also has decontamination showers. According to Harry Norman, it is the only hardened and privately owned underground bunker of its kind in the United States. The...

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Halloween History ( A Beginner’s Guide )

The second most commercial holiday next only to Christmas, Halloween has a long history marked mainly by celebration and superstition. Originating nearly 2000 years ago, the ancient roots of today’s modern Halloween traditions can be traced back to the mysterious Celtic festival of Samhain ( pronounced SOW-in ). It was widely believed that on the night of November 1st, spirits from the underworld returned as ghosts. In turn, people left offerings of food and wine on their doorsteps, hoping to protect their houses by providing these restless, roaming, hungry, and perhaps even menacing spirits, with at least some bare-bones form...