Exactly What You Deserve To Leave Behind In 2017, Based On Your Zodiac Sign

Exactly What You Deserve To Leave Behind In 2017, Based On Your Zodiac Sign
God & Man AQUARIUS (JANUARY 20 – FEBRUARY 18) As an Aquarius, you thrive on your ability to sustain the truth. You are honest and true, and you always search for the good in people, often times when there isn’t any good to be found. You tend to give your all to people who would betray you at the drop of a hat. It’s a vigorous cycle you can’t seem to get away from long enough to see the bigger

That List Of 33,000 Migrants Who Have Died Is Just A Slice Of The Tragedy

That List Of 33,000 Migrants Who Have Died Is Just A Slice Of The Tragedy
Last week a list of more than 33,000 migrants who had died on their way to Europe made headlines worldwide after a Berlin newspaper printed it as a in its Nov. 9 edition. People on Twitter declared the lengthy document, which named migrants who had died journeying to the continent since 1993, “” and “.”  But the worst part is,  of thousands likely reflects less than half of those who have actually died trying to get to Europe in the last

No, We Didn’t Just See The First Marijuana Overdose Death

No, We Didn’t Just See The First Marijuana Overdose Death
Local media seized on the case report first published in March, suggesting that the two poison control doctors who wrote it had concluded the infant’s death was caused by a marijuana overdose. The case from Colorado could have challenged that entire precept. But it didn’t. And indeed, that’s clear after a close reading of the paper. “In areas where marijuana is commercially available or decriminalized, the authors urge clinicians to preventively counsel parents and to include cannabis exposure in the differential

David Cassidy Hospitalized In Critical Condition

David Cassidy Hospitalized In Critical Condition
Cassidy’s doctors want to “keep him as well as they can until they can find another liver,” Geffen told AP. David Cassidy has reportedly been hospitalized and is suffering from organ failure. TMZ first reported the news Saturday morning, citing unnamed sources. Cassidy was admitted to a Florida hospital three days before, according to TMZ, and his condition has worsened since then. A source told TMZ that Cassidy was experiencing kidney and liver failure, and would need a liver transplant.

The #1 way to grow your online business…

The #1 way to grow your online business…
You know the quickest way to grow an online business? It's not building a list of freebie seekers and scraping by a living with affiliate commissions. It's not by setting up a review blog and hoping for a smidgen of traffic. Both of those are perfectly fine in some contexts, but they're not going to build your business quickly or effectively.   The #1 way to grow your online business is to have products of your own to sell

As We Rethink Old Harassers, Lets Talk About Clarence Thomas

As We Rethink Old Harassers, Lets Talk About Clarence Thomas
Long suppressed talk about the sexual predation of men, in Hollywood, politics, business, the news industry, professional sports and life in general has swept across the country, exposing decades of dirty laundry and putting an entire nation of men on notice and on edge. The discussion in which the nation is engaged almost daily at this point, has exposed the rank hypocrisy of a right-wing Christianity that would sooner see a child molester stalking the well of the United

Would You Trust a 3D-Printed Mini Organ to Test Your Drugs?

Would You Trust a 3D-Printed Mini Organ to Test Your Drugs?
No one wanted to believe it, said molecular geneticist Hans Clevers.In 2009, Clevers and his team had demonstrated an unusual new method of creating tiny, out-of-the-body replicas of human organs that could be used to study disease. These replicas were 3-dimensional organoids generated from human cells that perfectly replicated the structure of cells lining the intestine, and therefore could be studied and tested without using human volunteers.(While it might seem as if this was a guaranteed winner in the

Aaron Carter Continues To Get Healthier As He Teases ‘New Music Is On Its Way’

Aaron Carter Continues To Get Healthier As He Teases ‘New Music Is On Its Way’
Good for Late on Friday night, Aaron posted this side-by-side comparison photo to his Instagram account (below) to show off his progress and detail how he's been able to gain weight to get back to a healthy body type: This is my before and after pics. I went from 115 to 160 pounds in two months I feel amazing. 2018 I’m ready for you!! My new Music is on its way! 🙏🏻A post shared by Aaron Carter (@aaroncarter) on

Senate Republicans Slip ‘Flimflam’ Paid Leave Proposal Into Tax Bill

Senate Republicans Slip ‘Flimflam’ Paid Leave Proposal Into Tax Bill
It’s not.   Fischer seems thrilled. “This is a big step toward enacting the first nationwide paid leave policy in U.S. history,” she said in a statement Wednesday. “It’s a flimflam,” said Ellen Bravo, co-director at Family Values@Work, a national coalition of paid leave advocates. “It’s pretending to say we’re giving you something new that people urgently need when, in fact, it’s a giveaway to the bigger corporations that can already afford to do it.” Even though an overwhelming

Joy Bryant Reveals She Was Born As The Result Of A Sexual Assault ‘Because She Didn’t Matter, I Didn’t Matter To Her’

Joy Bryant Reveals She Was Born As The Result Of A Sexual Assault  ‘Because She Didn’t Matter, I Didn’t Matter To Her’
Sexual violence has impacted Joy Bryant's life in many more ways than one. Although the Parenthood star has her own #MeToo stories — in the latest Lenny Letter, the 43-year-old revealed she was born as the result of her mother being sexually assaulted. The New York native penned: "…There's hard work that needs to be done to eradicate this ‘pandemic' of sexual violence against women, especially those who are not famous. I thought about my own experiences of abuse,

Disabled Student Endured Years Of Abuse At School Where Her Mouth Was Taped Shut

Disabled Student Endured Years Of Abuse At School Where Her Mouth Was Taped Shut
It is an unfortunate fact that sometimes people in a position of power, whereby those in their care have a limited ability to defend themselves, abuse said power. There are countless stories of nursing home workers who abuse the patients they are assigned to care for, stories of parents abusing their own kids and awful cases of supposed animal lovers abusing their own pets. It is all very disturbing, but unfortunately not uncommon. And that’s because these vile perpetrators

Tearful Moment Widow Meets The Man Who Was Given Her Dead Husband’s Face

Tearful Moment Widow Meets The Man Who Was Given Her Dead Husband’s Face
Mental health problems are rife in today’s society, and a number of issues prevent people from seeking out the help they need. This could be a fear of opening up about their struggles due to social stigma, or financial limitations which prevent them from accessing help. In 2006, Andy Sandness from Wyoming shot himself in the face in a failed suicide attempt. He was left to suffer in a way he could have never imagined after losing his nose and jaw, and

23-Year-Old Woman Loses 400 Pounds After Changing Only Three Things In Her Life

23-Year-Old Woman Loses 400 Pounds After Changing Only Three Things In Her Life
Most days we watch as the number on the scales creeps higher, as opposed to lower. Which is understandable when you consider that the modern day human’s life is ruled by fast food and convenient television dinners. In this fast-paced world a balanced diet is often unattainable, so we make do with microwavable meals and a token piece of fruit. Sometimes we surprise ourselves with a homemade creation, but ultimately we are governed by our desire to spend less

CVS-Aetna Deal Could Mean End of Era in How Drugs Are Paid For

CVS-Aetna Deal Could Mean End of Era in How Drugs Are Paid For
If CVS Health Corp., an important part of the health-care business will be changed -- perhaps for good.For years, pharmacy benefits were largely carved out from the rest of a medical coverage plan. But increasingly the two services are being combined, a move that in theory will make it easier to verify whether expensive drugs are worth the cost. A merger of the third-biggest health insurer with the largest U.S. drugstore chain, which also operates a pharmacy-benefit management company, could