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Red Meat And Heart Disease: What Does New Study Tell Us About Carnitine Chemical?
Apr 08, 2013 20:12 PM E
Scientists have long thought that heart disease is caused by saturated fat and cholesterol. But new research shows that it’s another substance, a chemical called carnitine, present in red meat, that causes heart attacks and strokes.
Margaret Thatcher Death
Margaret Thatcher Death: The Iron Lady Dies From Stroke At Age 87, World Mourns [REPORT]
Apr 08, 2013 20:00 PM E
The Margaret Thatcher death has reverberated across the world. How did the Iron Lady die? What is Thatcher's legacy? One question is a lot harder than the other.
David
Does Size Matter? New Study Affirms Women Prefer Bigger Penises
Apr 08, 2013 17:53 PM E
Does size really matter, or is it all in how you use it? A new study sheds some light on the age-old question of Is bigger really better? And affirms that yes, heterosexual women do prefer bigger penises.
Janet and William Strickland
Grandmother Arrested: Why Did Janet Strickland Want Her Grandson To Kill Her Husband?
Apr 08, 2013 12:32 PM E
A grandmother is in jail after recruiting her grandson to kill her husband.
Grupo Modelo product line
7 Die In Brewery: What Caused Workers To Die At Grupo Modelo Plant? [VIDEO]
Apr 08, 2013 10:29 AM E
7 die while performing cistern maintenance at the Mexico City Grupo Modelo brewery. Find out what might have caused the 7 employees to die.
Five Tons Of Nutella Stolen
5 Tons Of Nutella Stolen; 27 Million Calories Worth Lifted in $20,000 Heist
Apr 08, 2013 10:26 AM E
A gang of sticky fingered thieves got a sugar rush worth $20,000 when they stole five tons of Nutella on Sunday.
Cancer
Amiodarone Consumption May Increase Cancer Risk: Study
Apr 08, 2013 08:21 AM E
A new study finds that the drug amiodarone used to treat arrhythmia (irregular heartbeat) can cause an increased risk of cancer among people taking the drug.
Drum And Bass DUI
Drum And Bass DUI: Aaron Cogley Drove Like A Drunk While Jamming Out Stone-Cold Sober
Apr 05, 2013 16:15 PM E
A UK man got a DUI after driving erratically while listening to his favorite drum and bass tracks.
Kate Middleton
Kate Middleton Due Date; Duchess Talks Baby Names And Mid-July Birthday For Newest Royal
Apr 05, 2013 12:00 PM E
Kate Middleton's due date is sometime in mid-July the duchess revealed.
Students Denied Lunch
Students Denied Lunch; Coelho Middle School Students Cried While Returning Uneaten Lunches
Apr 05, 2013 11:06 AM E
A middle school in Massachusetts denied students lunch because they didn't have money in their accounts to cover the meals. Some were forced to throw away or return food instead of eating it.
pizza
E. Coli Outbreak Taint 10 Million Pounds Of Frozen Food; What Products Are Recalled?
Apr 05, 2013 10:29 AM E
An E. Coli outbreak sparks a Rich Products Corporation recall of 10 million pounds of frozen pizzas.
Marek Lapinski
Wisdom Teeth Death: How Did A Routine Procedure Kill Marek Lapinski?
Apr 04, 2013 16:41 PM E
A San Diego family is coping with the loss of their 24-year-old son, who died after getting his wisdom teeth removed late last month.
Model
Models ‘Eat Tissues To Stay Thin’: What Else Does Former Vogue Editor Kirstie Clements Reveal About Fashion World?
Apr 04, 2013 14:18 PM E
Former Vogue editor Kirstie Clements exposes some of the perils of the modeling industry in a new tell-all book, “The Vogue Factor.” What does the former magazine czar have to say about the secrets of the fashion world?
Pregnant Man Divorce
‘Pregnant Man’ Divorce; Thomas Beatie Says His Transgender Marriage Was Legal, Arizona Judge Says No
Apr 04, 2013 11:50 AM E
A transgender man who made headlines when he decided to carry children when he learned his wife couldn't conceive is facing opposition from an Arizona judge who is blocking the couple's divorce.
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