Russian woman dies after given formaldehyde instead of saline drip

Fedyaeva suffered pain and convulsions for two days before falling into a coma and being rushed to a hospital in Moscow, her mother stated.  (East2West) TEEN DUBBED ‘BUTTERFLY BOY’ DIES OF RARE SKIN DISEASE “This is pure murder,” said Galina Baryshnikova, according to reports. “[It] was simply eroding her body from inside.” Baryshnikova added that Fedyaeva suffered tremendously before falling into a coma as a result of the hospital’s mistake….

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Promising Cancer “Vaccine” Is Set To Begin Human Trials

An immune system-boosting cancer treatment that recently demonstrated astounding results in mice is now advancing to human testing. Published less than two months ago in Science Translational Medicine, a study by Stanford University researchers showed that injection of two immune-stimulating agents directly into a tumor caused T-cells to recognize and destroy cancerous cells in both the local tumor as well as a distantly located secondary mass. Because the combination treatment…

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15 Cosmetic Ingredients Making Your Beauty Regimen More Disgusting Than Fear Factor

In an attempt to win a buttload of cash, contestants on the gloriously gross game show Fear Factor willingly ingest some seriously disgusting things on television. You, on the other hand, actually pay to unknowingly ingest the same nasty stuff through the cosmetic ingredients in your beauty regimen on a daily basis. Don’t panic; it’s all organic. But if bugs, scales, animal grease, urine, feces, semen, lard, placenta, foreskin, and vomit aren’t…

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Dead lizard found in bag of Trader Joe’s kale

If you’ve ever groaned at the prospect of eating kale, now you have the perfect excuse to back away from your health-conscious friend’s green smoothie.  SEE ALSO: Woman refuses to snitch on her new buddy: Marvin the 7-Eleven lizard Grace Goldstein opened her fresh bag of Trader Joe’s kale on Tuesday, only to discover a dead lizard nestled among the leafy greens. Her friend shared the mildly gross image on…

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The Aramco Accounts: Inside the Worlds Most Profitable Company

Saudi energy giant made $33.8 billion in first half of 2017 Tougher royalty regime imposes higher taxes as oil prices rise Source: Bloomberg Note: For companies that don't report on the basis of the standard calendar year, a comparable period is used Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who’s made the Aramco IPO a key part of his ambitions to ready the kingdom for the post-oil age, has suggested the…

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Backlash after Planned Parenthood branch tweets: ‘We need a Disney princess who’s had an abortion’

@PPKeystone deleted a tweet about needing a Disney princess who’s had an abortion.@Disney @DisneyStudios Thoughts?@WalshFreedom pic.twitter.com/CA9izEkZgH — Corey E. Dunbar (@coreyedunbar) March 27, 2018 The tweet was posted around 9:30 a.m. and taken down a few hours later. But before it was removed, social media users shared captured screenshots of the post. DISGUSTING: Deleted Tweet from Planned Parenthood “We Need a Disney princess who’s had an abortion.” – Seeking to…

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Self-care apps are booming

Millennials may be a bit obsessed with self-care — and it’s beginning to pay off for the makers of self-care and digital wellness apps. According to data from multiple app store intelligence firms, the category is now seeing notable growth. In the first quarter of 2018, the top 10 grossing self-care apps in the U.S. earned $15 million in combined iOS and Android revenue, and $27 million in worldwide revenue, according…

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A Hurricane Flattens Facebook

Two weeks ago, Facebook learned that The New York Times, Guardian, and Observer were working on blockbuster stories based on interviews with a man named Christopher Wylie. The core of the tale was familiar but the details were new, and now the scandal was attached to a charismatic face with a top of pink hair. Four years ago, a slug of Facebook data on 50 million Americans was sucked down…

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Dear America: Kids doing active-shooter drills is not normal.

Image by Tatiana Cardenas/Upworthy. As thousands across the nation prepare to take to the streets on March 24, 2018, for The March for Our Lives, we’re taking a look at some of the root causes, long-lasting effects, and approaches to solving the gun violence epidemic in America. We’ll have a new installment every day this week. I was teaching in a high school classroom when the Columbine shooting happened. In…

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Soft drink sugar tax starts, but will it work?

How will it work? The levy is being applied to manufacturers – whether they pass it on to consumers or not is up to them. Drinks with more than 8g per 100ml will face a tax rate equivalent to 24p per litre. Those containing 5-8g of sugar per 100ml will face a slightly lower rate of tax, of 18p per litre. Pure fruit juices will be exempt as they do…

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People are becoming organ donors in droves thanks to this heroic hockey player.

Logan Boulet was one of the Canadian hockey players who passed away after a horrific bus accident. The Humboldt Broncos’ team bus collided with a semi-truck traveling to a play-off game in central Saskatchewan on Friday, April 6. 15 people, including the bus driver, team coach, and several players — were killed. Just a few weeks ago, on his 21st birthday, Boulet made a heroic decision. He signed up to be…

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20+ Hilarious Times Shops Made Their Customers Laugh Out Loud

Not for these businesses though! Compiled into a list by Bored Panda, we have come up with some of the best examples of business owners having a little bit of fun and being remembered not for robotic efficiency of customer service, but for having an awesome sense of humor. Scroll down below to check out the hilarious list yourself, and don’t forget to vote for your favorites!

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Stem cell transplant ‘game changer’ for MS patients

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption“I’d given up hope”: Louise Willetts says she is completely well following her treatment Doctors say a stem cell transplant could be a “game changer” for many patients with multiple sclerosis. Results from an international trial show that it was able to stop the disease and improve symptoms. It involves wiping out a patient’s immune system using cancer drugs and then rebooting…

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