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Medicine Flames shoot from hair dryer woman bought on Amazon
Author: 0 Flames shoot from hair dryer woman bought on Amazon

Erika Shoolbred, of Spartanburg, posted about the "hair frier" on Facebook Monday, saying she had received the item through Amazon . According to a video taken by Erika Augthun Shoolbred, along with de-damping your strands, the OraCorp Professional Grade Hair Dryer conveniently doubles as a flame thrower.

Medicine 'North Korea earned $200 million from banned exports, sends arms to Syria'
Author: 0 'North Korea earned $200 million from banned exports, sends arms to Syria'

Meanwhile, the report said the North Korea was providing Myanmar with "ballistic missile systems ... in addition to a range of conventional weapons, including rocket launches and surface-to-air missiles". The issue of ship-to-ship transfers was brought up several times at a summit on North Korea in Vancouver last month. Citing intelligence from member countries, the report said that Syria had been sent special acid-resistant tiles in two North Korean shipments which could be used to build ...

Medicine Hawaii man who sent missile alert says he's devastated by mistake
Author: 0 Hawaii man who sent missile alert says he's devastated by mistake

The alert was sent last month to phones across the state and caused widespread panic. I've felt that the last several weeks. The worker, who was sacked from his job at the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency following the false alarm, said, "It was incredibly hard for me, very emotional" and he "just wanted to crawl under a rock".

Medicine Rockets' James Harden puts up 28 points and 11 assists on Thursday
Author: 0 Rockets' James Harden puts up 28 points and 11 assists on Thursday

During their last five games, the Cavaliers have scored an average of 108.6 points per game (1.0 below their season average) and allowed an average of 108.0 points per game (1.3 below their season average). Will San Antonio make this a three-game winning streak? James, a four-time MVP, was perhaps the favorite after the Cavaliers ripped off 18 wins in 19 games, but his odds have faded with Cleveland mired in mediocrity over the past month.

Medicine Dog bites more common in anxious people
Author: 0 Dog bites more common in anxious people

Also, people who owned several dogs were three times more likely to have been bitten than those who didn't own dogs. Also, current owners of multiple dogs were 3.3 times more likely to report having been bitten than people not now owning a dog.

Medicine Minister Isaac gives thrust to women's welfare schemes
Author: 0 Minister Isaac gives thrust to women's welfare schemes

To increase the revenue of the debt-ridden state, the government plans to impose heavy tax on liquor. He also increased the tax on beer to 100 percent from 70 percent. The Kerala budget for the 2018-19 fiscal saw the largest ever allocation of Rs 80 crore being set aside for various initiatives for the state's diaspora.

Medicine Florida nurse's flu rant: 'Wash your stinking hands'
Author: 0 Florida nurse's flu rant: 'Wash your stinking hands'

She uses a sarcastic tone and animated facial expressions at times to get her point across. In the seven-minute video , Lockler also provides her audience with some ideas of how you can treat yourself at home. "And instead of the dad receiving what a nurse of 10 years is sharing with him, he said, 'Eh, it's no big deal, it'll build his immune system.' So there's a lack of understanding and a lack of interest in knowing what to do to protect themselves sometimes".

Medicine Why standing desks might help you lose weight
Author: 0 Why standing desks might help you lose weight

That's probably because people with more muscle mass burn more calories while standing. According togetaustraliastanding.org, Australians sit for 10 hours each day on average. Participants in the study were, on average, 33 years old and had an average weight of 65kg. The study found that standing burned 0.15 calories more per minute when compared to sitting, meaning if an adult weighing 65 kilograms stood for six hours every day, they would burn 54 calories more than if they sat for the ...

Medicine New blood test accurately detects Alzheimer's in advance
Author: 0 New blood test accurately detects Alzheimer's in advance

One method is to look for a toxic protein - called amyloid beta - that builds up in the brain during the disease. The team trialed the test on 121 patients from Japan and 252 from Australia with varying levels of health, ranging from healthy to mild cognitive impairments or Alzheimer's disease.

Medicine The US Federal Reserve kept its main interest rates unchanged
Author: 0 The US Federal Reserve kept its main interest rates unchanged

US President Donald Trumps decision to withdraw federal protections from millions of acres of Utah wilderness will reopen much of the iconic terrain to gold, silver, copper, and uranium land claims under a Wild West-era mining law, according to federal officials.

Author: 0 Controversial memo released after White House approval

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) voted alongside House Republicans on Monday to release the document without oversight from the Federal Bureau of Investigation or Justice Department . What is the latest controversy involving the Russian Federation investigation and the memo? "He can reach a judgment on whether the respect or treatment he's getting out of the White House is a level that rises to compelling him to resign in protest", Coons, who represents ...

Medicine Prostate cancer now third biggest cancer killer in the UK
Author: 0 Prostate cancer now third biggest cancer killer in the UK

This compares to 11,442 women who die from breast cancer . "For older women, (cardiovascular disease) poses a greater mortality threat than breast cancer itself". Dancer Wayne Sleep, 69, who beat it in 2015, said: "I was lucky". In one of the world's longest-running mammography studies, researchers in Canada found that among women aged 40 to 59 who were randomly assigned to regular mammograms, mortality after 5, 10, and 15 years was indistinguishable from women not getting regular ...

Author: 0 Jose Mourinho: "We will be fighting for second place"

We don't pick the ball in the air - second mistake. "We have to fight to the end". The home side outclassed their illustrious opponents throughout the contest, as Mauricio Pochettino's side displayed the style and swagger that has seen them dismantle Borussia Dortmund and Real Madrid at home in the Champions League this season.

Medicine Flu Season Peaking in the Triad says Doctor
Author: 0 Flu Season Peaking in the Triad says Doctor

They say even healthy people can experience complications from the flu including pneumonia or even death. The state health department doesn't release the ages, counties or other details to protect the privacy of flu victims, but many county health departments report flu-related deaths for their counties.

Medicine FOX 2's Jasmine Huda at the 'Go Red for Women' luncheon
Author: 0 FOX 2's Jasmine Huda at the 'Go Red for Women' luncheon

The American Heart Association encourages you to wear red on National Wear Red Day to help support educational programs and increase women's awareness and research about cardiovascular health. It claims the life of one woman every 80 seconds and more women each year than all forms of cancer combined. There is an online pledge for women can join to take action in the fight against women's heart disease and stroke.

Medicine Hyderabad: Teen raped while watching Padmaavat at theatre, accused arrested
Author: 0 Hyderabad: Teen raped while watching Padmaavat at theatre, accused arrested

Kandakatla is employed as an earth mover driver and hails from Telangana's Jangaon district. Police are mulling to initiate legal action against the cinema hall management. They spent some time together at a park till 1.45pm. A case has been registered against Bhikshapati under Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code. Police said that there were few people in the cinema to watch the movie, adding that the boy took advantage of the situation.

Medicine Fidel Castro's son 'kills himself' after 'battle with depression'
Author: 0 Fidel Castro's son 'kills himself' after 'battle with depression'

A brief note read on state television said his treatment had "required a hospitalization regime then outpatient follow-up", the Associated Press reported . A former British ambassador to Cuba , Paul Hare, who lectures at Boston University´s Pardee School of Global Studies, said Castro Diaz-Balart had seemed "thoughtful, rather curious about the world beyond Cuba" at a dinner in Boston two years ago.

Medicine NASA's Curiosity rover takes selfie from MARS and reveals incredible Martian panorama
Author: 0 NASA's Curiosity rover takes selfie from MARS and reveals incredible Martian panorama

While it looks like the rover possesses a selfie stick, NASA actually had to stitch together dozens of images taken on January 23 by the rover's Mars Hands Lens Imager camera. For taking the pictures, the Mastcam used its left eye (34-millimeter lens camera to capture a wide view) and the right eye (100-millimeter lens camera to get a narrow, more detailed picture).