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Middle Schoolers Snorting Candy Like Illegal Drugs

Middle Schoolers Snorting Candy Like Illegal Drugs

There seems to be a problem with middle schoolers who are picking up an odd habit of snorting the candy Smarties like illegal drugs. What seems to be the biggest concern is how the candy is being used for snorting and smoking. Partaking in such acts could be an indicator of future drug use. Side […]

Autism Is Not a Disability to Punish or Abuse

Autism Is Not a Disability to Punish or Abuse

Autism is not a disability that gives anyone the right to punish or abuse a child or adult in any way. Sadly, to this day such behavior is a constant threat to many people on the spectrum, whether high or low functioning. The disorder causes problems with social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication difficulties, sensory […]

Heart Attack May Be Predicted With a Blood Test

Heart Attack May Be Predicted With a Blood Test

Heart attack patients may soon be able to have a blood test to predict any future heart attacks according to recent research. The ‘Journal Physical Biology’ just published a new study that found that patients who have had previous heart attacks have unique cells that are floating around in their circulatory system. Researchers are currently […]

Great White Sharks Life Span Proven Due to Nuclear Bombs

Great White Sharks Life Span Proven Due to Nuclear Bombs

The great white shark’s life span has recently been proven due to nuclear bomb residue. A new study has found that the amazing great white shark can live as long as humans, a finding that their age is much longer than researchers previously thought. Scientists thought the shark only lived about 23 years, but the […]

Attention Walmart Shoppers: Red Tag Sale On Tainted Donkey Meat

Attention Walmart Shoppers: Red Tag Sale On Tainted Donkey Meat

“Attention Walmart shoppers, there is a red tag sale on fox DNA tainted donkey meat.” Yes, there was a donkey meat recall in a China Walmart after fox DNA was found in the meat. So China is now including DNA testing on their donkey meat products to make sure the meat is not tainted when […]

H1N1 Swine Influenza Hitting SouthEast Hard

H1N1 Swine Influenza Hitting SouthEast Hard

H1N1 swine influenza is hitting the southeast pretty hard, the CDC reports. It seems that the virus is still causing havoc among many who have not received the vaccine and those who were vaccinated but ended up sick right afterwards. Influenza vaccines take up to about two weeks for full protection to take effect. The […]

Circumcision Is Not Medically Necessary

Circumcision Is Not Medically Necessary

Circumcision is not medically necessary and is becoming less common with many U.S. parents. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), for many years now, does not condone circumcision in newborns and children. Other medical organizations agree with AAP’s standing on circumcision, such as the American Medical Association and American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. After researchers […]

Questions Arise While Endangered Species Act Turns 40

Questions Arise While Endangered Species Act Turns 40

Many questions arise while the Endangered Species Act turns 40 this Saturday, December 28th. There have been many good and bad times that have happened over the years. Many animals on the list have started to thrive, including some that may lose protection because their populations are doing so well. While other animals still deal […]

Knee Surgery or Take a Sugar Pill?

Knee Surgery or Take a Sugar Pill?

Have knee surgery or take a sugar pill? A new study based on a common knee surgery showed a placebo effect works the same as having the actual surgery. The study was published in the New England Journal of Medicine indicating that arthroscopic partial meniscectomy may actually be ineffective in reducing pain in patients. In most […]

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  • NBA Playoffs Houston Rockets vs Portland Trail Blazers Preview April 19, 2014
    If star players are what NBA fans want to see in the playoffs, the upcoming series between the Houston Rockets and the Portland Trail Blazers is going to deliver. The two teams had four all-stars between them, and a number of other big name players. Houston edged out Portland for the four seed and home […]
    Brian Moore
  • Students Pitch Moon Colony Plan to NASA, Has Potential April 19, 2014
    On Thursday this week, a group of 40 senior students from Purdue University, presented their moon colonization plans to a very full room. Listening in were a few of NASA’s administrators, eager to collect ideas and provide feedback. Ever since scientists and aeronautics professionals have looked further into the possibility of sustaining human life outside [
    Brad Johnson
  • NBA Playoffs Dominated by Western Conference April 19, 2014
    This NBA season the Western Conference has proven to be more dominant than the Eastern Conference, as the lowest seeded playoff team in the West has a better record than the third seeded team in the East. This story has been a common theme in the NBA playoff picture for the past 15 years thanks […]
    Eric Kummel
  • Green Bay Packers Singles Can Now Find Love [Satire] April 19, 2014
    Fans of the Green Bay Packers can now find love anywhere thanks to the latest dating web site, GreenBayPackerLovers.com. Cheese head singles looking for the love of a significant other who also who is a Green Bay Packer fan finally have a place to go. Obviously this was long overdue. Of course some would argue Wisconsin is […]
    Mick Varner
  • Separatists Reject Ukraine Deal, Will Not Evacuate Government Buildings April 19, 2014
    The US, Russian, Ukraine and the European Union came to an agreement on Thursday in Geneva, Switzerland to put an end to the crisis in Ukraine. The agreement  calls for the pro-Russian separatists to evacuate occupied government buildings and lay down their arms. It also calls for the interim Ukrainian government to restructure its current […]
    Nathaniel Pownell

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