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Aaron Hernandez: Fmr. NFL star commits suicide in Massachusetts prison

Aaron Hernandez: Fmr. NFL star commits suicide in Massachusetts prison

The Massachusetts Department of Corrections has confirmed former New England Patriot and former Florida Gator Aaron Hernandez has died after committing suicide in prison. Hernandez had been acquitted of a 2012 double-murder just five days ago. Correctional officers at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley found Hernandez hanging in his cell around 3:05 a.m., according to a DOC statement. An ... Read More »

US Man killed three on street, says he ‘hates white people’

US Man killed three on street, says he 'hates white people'

A gunman who nicknamed himself ‘Black Jesus’ shot and killed three strangers in a bid to kill as many white people as possible, police said. A man who authorities said fatally shot three men, apparently chosen at random, had posted on social media a dislike for white people and government officials, Fresno, California, police Chief Jerry Dyer said. “We believe ... Read More »

Woman, 32, With Two Vaginas Reported To Be Pregnant, Report

Woman, 32, With Two Vaginas Reported To Be Pregnant, Report

A Woman born with two vaginas and two wombs is expecting a “miracle” baby, after doctors warned she was infertile. Medics believed Krista Schwab could never get pregnant, because of complications caused by her rare condition. “I always felt the separate sections during intercourse and smear tests but I just thought that feeling was a normal thing every woman had,” ... Read More »

April Is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, How Can You Help?

April Is Parkinson's Awareness Month, How Can You Help?

April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, when Parkinson’s organizations around the world draw attention to Parkinson’s disease, a progressive brain disorder affecting over 100,000 Canadians and 6 million people worldwide. Across Canada, Parkinson Awareness Month activities will include Parkinson tulip sales, concerts, breakfasts, educational presentations, conferences and other informational events. “Ten regional partners with 240 chapters and support groups are reaching ... Read More »

Youngsters using smartphones lose out on sleep, Says New Study

Youngsters using smartphones lose out on sleep, Says New Study

Researchers have warned that children’s increasing use of mobile electronic devices is leaving them at risk of permanent damage. New study in the UK has found that the use of smartphones and tablets is causing significant sleep problems among babies and toddlers. Tim Smith, who lead a team at Birkbeck University in London, quizzed 750 parents about their kids’ touchscreen ... Read More »

Running can increase your lifespan, says new research

Running can increase your lifespan, says new research

A new study shows running could help people live longer. After collecting data from 55,000 adults, the Iowa State University study found one hour of running can add seven hours to a person’s life. This is more than any other form of exercise. The findings, which used data from studies of men and women aged 18 to 100 over 15 ... Read More »

Women addicted to their phones at risk of depression, says new study

Women addicted to their phones at risk of depression, says new study

Women are more hooked on smartphones than men… making them vulnerable to problems at home, work and with friends, according to new research from Binghamton University- State University of New York.. “Our smartphones have turned into a tool that provides short, quick, immediate satisfaction, which is very triggering,” said Isaac Vaghefi, assistant professor of management information systems at Binghamton University-State ... Read More »