Vaping Teens Also Practice The More Dangerous 'Dripping'

Vaping Teens Also Practice The More Dangerous 'Dripping'

Health officials say doing this could increase the levels of toxins and carcinogens created when the liquid in e-cigarettes is vaporized at high temperatures. This new technique is called dripping . "It's for monster clouds, and these individuals are manufacturing their own hardware", he said . "It's a lot of the "do-it-yourself" type guys that are into this". Read More

Go Red for Women Day targets heart, stroke risks

Thousands of New Hampshire residents will participate in National Wear Red Day by donating $5 to the Go Red For Women campaign. According to the website, since the initial start of Wear Red Day, there have been tremendous strides. The website reports almost 90 percent of women have made at least one healthy behavior change, and more than one-third of women have lost weight. Additionally, they urge everyone to schedule a prevention appointment to review overall health, including blood ... Read More

President Donald Trump preparing to end ban on Central Intelligence Agency black site prisons

Overseas "Black sites" were authorized by presidential order by former President George W. Bush in the days after 9/11 to allow for enhanced interrogation techniques of detainees that would not have been allowed on US soil. "It is not a White House document", Spicer said, according to Talking Points Memo. Congress codified a prohibition on torture in a 2015 defense spending law that limited interrogation techniques to those included in the Army Field Manual, which proscribes methods ... Read More

Cervical cancer death rates higher among older and black women

To re-examine cervical cancer death rates between 2002 and 2012 in the United States, researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health obtained estimated from the National Center for Health Statistics and the NCI Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results in Mortality Database. Read More

Giant 'bulge' spotted on Venus indication of a massive gravity wave?

Giant 'bulge' spotted on Venus indication of a massive gravity wave?

Some US-based Venus experts are anxious that American missions to this handsome yet nightmarish world seem to be falling out of fashion, especially in light of NASA's recent decision to fund two Discovery-class asteroid missions instead of two proposed Venus missions. Read More

US Salmon can contain tapeworm which can grow 30 feet long

US Salmon can contain tapeworm which can grow 30 feet long

The salmon was cut into narrow strips and their internal organs were studied using a magnifying glass. FEW HAVE SYMPTOMS Compared with an infection resulting from D. Though the study suggests that infections by Japanese tapeworm may be much more common in the United States than anticipated, there's still "no evidence at all about how common it is", Schaffner said. Read More

Donald Trump meets with AT&T executives about Time Warner deal

Donald Trump meets with AT&T executives about Time Warner deal

EST with Robert Quinn, AT&T's senior executive vice president for external and legislative affairs. During a call with reporters Thursday morning, Trump's incoming press secretary, Sean Spicer, deflected a question about what the topic of the meeting was and whether Trump had changed his stance on the merger. Read More

CVS generic competitor to EpiPen, sold at a 6th the price

These treatments are stocked by schools and parents of children with severe allergies. According to Ars Technica , the cost of the low-priced auto-injector pens is similar to the price of the EpiPens before Mylan bought the rights to the product back in 2007. Read More

New Delhi LG Baijal extends greetings for New Year

New Delhi LG Baijal extends greetings for New Year

Asked how he meant to solve the well-documented tussle between his predecessor, Mr. Jung, and the Aam Aadmi Party government, Mr. Baijal said, "This is speculative". "Delhi is a megapolis with problems like women's safety, law and order, population, infrastructure, civic agencies and congestion". "During the last few months, many of Delhi's works were stopped". Read More

Judge orders psychiatric examination of Dylann Roof

Judge orders psychiatric examination of Dylann Roof

At the end of the sentencing proceeding set to begin Tuesday, the same jury that decided Roof's guilt must weigh aggravating and mitigating evidence and determine whether he should be executed for the 18 charges that carry the death penalty. Read More

The cat neglected so badly her fur had formed into dreadlocks

The Animal Rescue League Shelter & Wildlife Center said the cat's fur had matted was so severely, it had turned into dreadlocks after years of neglect. He found one cat easily but saw a large creature dart from under a bed and run to the cellar. "The cat came in with years and years of mats and grime all over its body", the Western P.A. Read More

Friday weather: Rainy and windy, with a possible touch of snow

Friday weather: Rainy and windy, with a possible touch of snow

Sunday is predicted to be partly cloudy with a 20-percent chance of rain throughout the county, with Christmas temperatures reaching the mid- to upper-50s. With a northly wind direction, it will be cooler today will highs in the low 60's. Windy. Chance of precipitation is 30%. Scattered periods of rain are in the forecast for Wednesday night and Thursday morning will have a 20-percent chance of rain and cloudy skies, before clearing up with highs in the low- to mid-60s. Read More

Officials Investigating Cause of Fire That Ripped Through UWS High-Rise, Injuring 17

Officials Investigating Cause of Fire That Ripped Through UWS High-Rise, Injuring 17

Officials said that three firefighters and three civilians who "were injured and taken to New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center with injuries that weren't considered life-threatening". The mayor may visit again Friday. There was a smoke detector in the apartment, but it was not working, an FDNY spokesperson said. A police helicopter monitored the safety of nine people who had fled to the building's roof, and who later made it out of the building safely. Read More

Yes! 3-year-old Arizona boy celebrates adoption in viral pix

Yes! 3-year-old Arizona boy celebrates adoption in viral pix

One of his adoptive sisters, Dezhianna Brown , shared the heartwarming, fist-pumping snap on Twitter , along with some family photos. Dezhianna, 17, from Phoenix, Arizona, tweeted the photos, and they were quick to go viral with over 55,000 retweets. Read More

Stevie Wonder is having a great week

Applause broke out when the sign for Stevie Wonder Avenue was unveiled along Milwaukee Avenue, two blocks from the site of the singer's first home in the city. "You can't let negativity define who you are, and you can't let hatred and ignorance define who you are". A much-beloved American icon, Motown Records signed Stevie Wonder-Stevland Morris-at just 11 years old in 1962. Read More

Herr's recalls 2 types of potato chips

This decision was made after being informed by a seasoning supplier, that an ingredient in the seasoning may contain traces of salmonella . According to the CFIA, the recall was triggered by a recall in another country. In severe cases, salmonella can kill people with weak immune systems, young children, seniors and pregnant women. Healthy people may experience short-term symptoms such as fever, headache, vomiting, nausea, abdominal cramps and diarrhea. Read More

Texas finalizes move to oust Planned Parenthood from Medicaid program

Texas finalizes move to oust Planned Parenthood from Medicaid program

State officials have made good on a promise made more than a year ago to oust Planned Parenthood after they said undercover videos of fetal tissue practices showed that the organization was unsafe and professionally incompetent. This isn't the first time Texas has tried to slash funding to Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood officials have long denied the allegations, saying they follow the law. Read More

Apple in talks with India to manufacture locally

Apple in talks with India to manufacture locally

As per the report, last month, Apple sent a letter to the Indian government citing how it plans to manufacture its high-end gadgets in India, plus seeking financial incentives from the government. Apple obviously wants to benefit from this boom and is struggling to open stores in the country that would guarantee bigger sales. Currently, Apple does not have a wholly-owned store in India and sells its products through distributors such as Redington and Ingram Micro. Read More

Prince Harry Reveals How He Plans To Make His Mother Proud

In case you forgot, Harry cofounded this charity in honor of his mother as it assists children who've been affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic - a cause particularly important to the late princess. Earlier this year, Harry, who is now dating Suits actress Meghan Markle , admitted that he didn't talk about the pain he felt after Diana's passing for nearly two decades. Read More

Study shows patients of female doctors do better

Tsugawa: Overall, the initial reactions we have received from both male and female colleagues have been positive and generally accepting of the results. Jha said he hopes the study will spur constructive conversation. The findings are also particularly striking given previous studies that found gaps in pay and promotions for female physicians. Read More