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Catt Gallinger: Model’s eye tattoo could now leave her blind (Video)

Woman Shows Off Horrifying Photos Of Her Failed Eyeball Tattoo

There’s always a bit of a risk in getting a tattoo — of course, there’s the possibility you’re going to regret putting your boyfriend’s name on your thigh. But Catt Gallinger, a model from Ottawa, Ontario, is currently struggling with a much more serious consequence.. Catt Gallinger from Ottawa is recovering slowly but steadily over the past month following her decision ... Read More »

Vatican Diplomat Carlo Capella sought in Canada on child porn charges

Vatican Diplomat Carlo Capella sought in Canada on child porn charges

Canadian police filed an arrest warrant on Thursday for Vatican envoy Carlo Capella, a 50-year-old monsignor from Italy, for allegedly accessing, possessing and distributing child pornography during his stay in the country. Police say Capella is accused of downloading the pornographic material from a social media site while he was staying at “a place of worship” from Dec. 24-27. According ... Read More »

Deal: original Samsung Gear IconX for just $50

Deal: original Samsung Gear IconX for just $50

Awesome deal alert! The Gear IconX wireless smart headphones from Samsung are being slashed from $200 to $50 — if you don’t wanna do the math that’s 75 percent off. Samsung isn’t the only electronics manufacturer to be bitten by the boom-boom battery bug, but when you put the Gear IconX inside your ears, you can’t help but consider that ... Read More »

Lowa Mom Left 4 Kids Home, Went on Vacation

Lowa Mom Left 4 Kids Home, Went on Vacation

In a real-life home alone scenario, a mother was arrested after leaving her four young children unsupervised while jetting off on a 12-day vacation to Germany, police reported Friday. Iowa mother Erin Lee Macke, 30, allegedly left her two 12-year-olds, a seven-year-old and a six-year-old on their own while she travelled to Germany. Local police were called to Macke’s home ... Read More »

Toy traffic cone found in man’s lung after 40 years (Photo)

Toy traffic cone found in man's lung after 40 years (Photo)

Doctors discovered a small plastic traffic cone in a 47-year-old British man’s chest he had received for his seventh birthday. The BBC reports that the man, who was a long-time smoker, went to the doctor to have the cough checked out. Medics believed it was a tumor stemming from the smoking habit, but when they finally performed tests on the ... Read More »

Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda: Us Woman tried to kill 11-week-old niece with tainted milk

Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda: Us Woman tried to kill 11-week-old niece with tainted milk

An arrest warrant has been issued for a Fort Wayne woman accused of plotting to kill her brother’s 11-week-old child with breast milk containing a potentially fatal amount of an over-the-counter pain medicine. Sarai Rodriguez-Miranda was charged Monday in Allen County with one felony count of attempted murder and she’s believed to have fled to Michigan upon learning she was ... Read More »

Public Health Notice: Salmonella outbreak traced to frozen, raw chicken

Public Health Notice: Salmonella outbreak traced to frozen, raw chicken

More than a dozen people across four Canadian provinces are confirmed with Salmonella infections traced to breaded chicken products, but federal officials have not irevealed what specific products or brands are implicated. Currently, there are 13 cases of Salmonella illness in four provinces: Ontario (7), Quebec (2), New Brunswick (2), and Nova Scotia (2). Four people have been hospitalized. No ... Read More »

Cold Weather Increases Heart Failure Risk, Says New Study

Cold Weather Increases Heart Failure Risk, Says New Study

Dropping temperatures and changes in atmospheric pressure can lead to an increase in the risk of heart failure for elderly people, according to a large-scale study – and more care needs to be taken to counter the effects. Previous research has shown that changes in the weather can affect the health of vulnerable people – for example, heat waves and ... Read More »

Watch: Woman claiming pet allergy dragged off Southwest flight

Watch: Woman claiming pet allergy dragged off Southwest flight

A woman was physically pulled off a Southwest Airlines flight Tuesday night after claiming she was severely allergic to two dogs on the plane. According to Southwest Airlines, initial reports indicate that the customer in the video stated that she had a life-threatening pet allergy but was unable to provide documentation necessary to complete travel. Two dogs were on board ... Read More »

Does coffee’s caffeine protect against Parkinson’s Disease?

Does coffee's caffeine protect against Parkinson's Disease?

Coffee may not relieve the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease after all, a new study suggests. Study published in the journal Neurology in 2012 suggested that caffeine may help reduce movement symptoms for people with Parkinson’s disease. “Caffeine, which is so safe and inexpensive, has been linked to a reduced risk of developing Parkinson’s,” said study author Ronald B. Postuma, MD, ... Read More »