The Popular Headache Remedy That Can Land You In The Emergency Room.   When you've got a headache or other pain, you may reach for aspirin, ibuprofen, or acetaminophen. But here's something you should know: Acetaminophen can cause serious liver damage. In fact, some 26,000 people per year are hos...
                        Fashion and solar panels don't exactly blend well.  A solar panel is of course important to keep your gadgets charged in an eco-friendly way.  However, most of the time you're going to have to sacrifice your fashion sense to have a solar-powered bag.  There are a few good ...
Watch out for double dippers.   If you see someone dipping a half-eaten chip into the guacamole at your next party, beware" "Double-dipping" can spread cold and flu viruses and other germs. Inspired by an episode of Seinfeld in which the character George Costanza is caught double-dipping, profess...
Only In America   The Mississippi legislature is considering a bill that would ban restaurants from serving food to very fat people. The proposed law would revoke the license of any restaurant caught repeatedly feeding the obese. Mississippi has a 30 percent obesity rate, the nation's highest, an...
One on four American children now depends on food stamps. Among all Americans, one in eight is receiving food stamps, and as unemployment drops middle class people into poverty, 20,000 additional people are signing up each day.   The Week Magazine/New York Times
   WOW! Can You Believe?  It must be true...I read it in the tabloids.   A Utah man missed the birth of his child when he was arrested for allegedly groping a nurse outside the delivery room. Adam Manning, 30, rushed his partner to the hospital when she went into labor, but then, police said, Man...
Bad Week For... Sheep?                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Spontaneous combustion, after a flock of sheep in Jordan burst i...
Only in America.   A 6-year old Delaware Cub Scout was suspended for carrying a camping utensil to school. First-grader Zachary Christie says he had planned to use the mutli-tool, incorporating a knife, a spoon, and a fork, to eat his lunch. But under his school's zero tolerance policy, Christie ...
Give it a rest. With Mind Games.                                                                                                                                              Perhaps the most extreme example of the mental power of staying calm is the creative benefit of sleep. next time you're wor...
Not having any cash, was not an excuse to pass by the Salvation Army kettles this holiday season. Bell ringers in about 200 cities, including New York, Chicago, and Dallas were accepting credit cards from passer by's. The Week

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