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Woman Hits Herself With Hammer While Trying To Frame Her Ex Boyfriend

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Domestic abuse is something that should not be joked about. Many women and men around the world are subject to domestic abuse and violence on a daily basis.

Sometimes though its not always the person that is blamed is the person who is wrong. In this instance a woman can clearly be seen hitting herself with a hammer.

Her friend seems to be recording the video and is laughing about how crazy she is.

Little did she know that her so called ” Friend” would be uploading a video of her doing this to Facebook.

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Children at risk of sight damage and cancer using screen time too much

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Investing excessive time staring at screens is making kids more prone to be short sighted, become overweight and develop cancer, specialists say.

A survey of 80 studies on at least 200,000 individuals has ranked cell phones and tablets closely to sugary beverages as one of the greatest dangers for youth obesity.

Being overweight can result in a dozen type of cancer, including breast, colon, kidney, liver, ovarian, pancreas and prostate.

There is also a danger of dying at a young age, by spending excessive time on contraptions while harming their’ sight.

The quantity of short sightedness in youngsters has multiplied in 50 years.

Scientists say the discoveries are a ‘significant concern’ and call for more control on junk food ads, which heighten the effects of kids not doing enough excercise.

‘The report highlights the importance of acting early to help prevent cancer,’ Sophia Lowes of Cancer Research UK explains.

Obese children are five times more likely to be obese as an adult, which is worrying because then they’ll be at an increased risk of different types of cancer.

‘That’s why it’s vital we see a 9pm watershed on junk food adverts on TV and similar protection for children viewing adverts on-demand and online.’

Experts state as leading to children doing less exercise, sitting inside looking at screens this entices youngsters to overeat on snacks.

They call this ‘passive over-consumption’ – meaning children snack on junk foods which they often see advertised on the same devices they’re spending their time.

In addition to the obesity and cancer risks, spending too much time in front of screens also increase the number of children with myopia – short-sightedness.

The proportion of children worldwide with short-sightedness has went from 7.2 per cent to 16.4 per cent over the last 40 years.

This effect has been dubbed ‘digital myopia’, and King’s College London researchers.

A separate study, found that every hour a child day spent on devices raised their risk of sight damage by three per cent.

Past research has suggested children spend, on average, eight hours a day using gadgets.

Professor Chris Hammond, from King’s College, told The Telegraph: ‘I think it is a significant concern.

We do believe that young children staying indoors and spending hours on screens is bad for eyesight, not to mention obesity and fitness.

‘I think our concept in myopia is clearly that close work is a risk factor, and outdoor activity is protective.’

Eye expert Dr Mohamed Dirani wrote in the British Journal of Opthamology:

The age of smart device uptake is getting younger, with many two-year-olds spending up to two hours a day on devices.

The use and misuse of smart devices, particularly in our paediatric populations, must be closely monitored to address the emerging phenomenon of digital myopia.

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Elvis Presley’s grandson is all grown up looking exactly like him

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With regards to music, there’s only one genuine King! Elvis Presley captured the hearts of various ages with his voice and unique ability.

The way that his music lives on today is demonstration of his immortal capacity.

Obviously, in spite of Elvis’ passing on August 16, 1977, there have been numerous paranoid fears fuelling the possibility that he’s not really gone.

Actually, I’ve never been persuaded by any of them. I’ve wanted to simply acknowledge the fact and appreciate the music he left behind.

However when I saw these photos of Elvis’ solitary grandson – Lisa Marie’s 26-year-old child – Benjamin, I stopped in my tracks.

I simply needed to share these for every person who misses Elvis himself … Benjamin is the spitting picture of his granddad.

Elvis burst on to the scene as a 20-year-old, and music was never the same again.

Today, his only grandson, Benjamin, is all grown up, leaving Elvis fans everywhere throughout the world in awe at the similarity between them.

In a specific light one could nearly be deceived into believing that Elvis is as yet alive …

The Tuple-conceived whiz was hitched to Priscilla Presley and they had one tyke together – Lisa Marie Presley, who has four offspring of her own.

Tragically, Elvis never got the chance to meet his grandkids, but it would definitely warm his heart to realize that his grandson looks like his double.

The King of Rock and Roll was born in Mississippi and moved to Tennessee when he was 13.

His profession started in the mid-50s, when he recorded a melody with Sam Phillips for Sun Records.

A while later, Elvis marked a record manage RCA Victor and discharged his first enormous hit.

The rise of “Heartbreak Hotel” to the top of the charts was a very fast one.

Before the finish of the 60’s, Elvis had turned out to be a standout amongst the most compelling specialists in rock n’roll history.

His appearances were provocative to a few, however the general population who gone to his shows were left amazemed by the sheer ability to entertain.

When he passed on of a heart attack in 1977, the world was left to lament the icon.

The King never got the opportunity to meet his grandson, yet there’s no mixing up the blood lines in 26-year-old Benjamin’s veins.

Although Benjamin Keough didn’t follow his granddad’s love for music … the likenesses are amazing.

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Amy Schumer Shares First Baby Ultrasound Video: “Oh my God! It’s moving all around!”

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Amy Schumer stunned the world when she reported she was pregnant with her first child back in October with spouse Chris Fischer.

The pair met in November 2017 and were married on February 13, 2018 — just four months after they started dating!

The 37-year-old entertainer, actress, and activist did so in her exceptionally Amy Schumer manner, first posting an image of Prince Harry and pregnant Meghan Markle with Amy’s and Chris’ heads Photoshopped onto their bodies.

Followed by her directing followers over to Jessica Yellin page, a friend of Amy’s.

Jessica’s Instagram story displayed the pregnancy news — under Amy’s proposals for the midterm election of course.

Recently, on the eve of the midterm decisions, Amy shared an adorable ultrasound video of her child.

You can hear Amy watching her little dear baby move around in her belly. “Oh my God! It’s moving all around!” she gushed. “Oh my God! It has so much energy!

Between the “oh my Gods” and the excitement, she managed to crack a very Amy Schumer-esque joke toward the end: “See, it has so much energy. That’s why I’m puking every day.”

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New study reveals that drinking just one energy drink narrows blood vessels in 90 minutes

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A new study finds that if you consume just one energy drink could increase your risk of heart attack and stroke in just 90 minutes.

Researchers from the University of Texas at Houston claim the drinks narrow blood vessels, which restricts blood flow to vital organs.

Studies in the past have linked energy drinks – such as Red Bull, Monster and 5-Hour Energy – to problems with the stomach, nerve and heart.

Among the findings the team are the first to shed light on the possible mechanism linked to high consumption of energy drinks with an increase in risk metabolic syndrome.

Consuming energy drinks can narrow blood vessels, restricting blood flow and increasing the risk of heart attacks and strokes according to a new recent study.

The team looked at 44 students from the McGovern Medical School at UTHealth for the study.

All of the participants were in their 20s, non-smoking and classified as ‘healthy’.

Researchers tested the function of the endothelium, a layer of cells that line the surface of blood vessels.

Endothelial dysfunction has been an indicator of heart attacks because the arteries are unable to fully dilate, according to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Each of the students drank a 24 ounce energy drink before the team tested the participants’ endothelial function and again 90 minutes later.

The researchers looked at the students’ artery flow-mediated dilation, an ultrasound that measures overall blood vessel health during the test.

The internal diameter of blood vessels, on average, had been cut by nearly half in almost 90 minutes.

A negative effect on blood vessels could be related to the effects of ingredients in the energy drinks – including caffeine, taurine, sugar and other herbals – on the endothelium according to the team.

The majority of energy drinks contain a high level of sugar. Look at one 12-ounce can of Red Bull which contains 37 grams of sugar – that the equivalent of almost nine teaspoons.

Research has indicated that high blood sugar levels can make bloods vessels contract more than normal, reducing the amount of blood that reaches vital organs.

Which means these drinks contain 80 milligrams of caffeine per 250 milliliters – about the same as 2.5 cans of Coca-Cola.

Caffeine also causes blood vessels to contract and releases adrenaline, a hormone that temporarily increases blood pressure.

Almost one-third of American teens between 12 and 17 years old consume energy drinks regularly, according to the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health.

 ‘As energy drinks are becoming more and more popular, it is important to study the effects of these drinks on those who frequently drink them and better determine what, if any, is a safe consumption pattern,’ said Dr John Higgins, a professor of medicine at the McGovern School.

Scientists have been shedding light on many ill effects that energy drinks cause in recent times.

A study back in April 2017 from the David Grant USAF Medical Center in California found the following:

One 32-ounce energy drink can trigger an arrhythmia, a condition in which causes the heart beat to become irregular or abnormal rhythm.

In February 2018 another study from the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada, concludes this:

Half of Canadian teenagers who consumed energy drinks experienced health problems, including rapid heartbeat, nausea, and in rare cases, seizures.

These new findings will be presented in Chicago at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2018, from November 10 to November 12.

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Students discover cafeteria workers message on the bananas as they pick up daily lunch.

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School is a place for learning different subjects that will help manage us further down the road in life.

Be that as it may, as we are progressively learning, it is a great deal more.

It is throughout this time kids build up their feeling of self and begin creating their identity as to who they are.

School doesn’t come without difficulties and it is simple for kids to feel defenceless as they communicate and adapt to other peers and the adults.

That is the reason shaping kids to be strong throughout these years is maybe the most essential lesson’ we can offer them.

As it appears, there’s one additional unique cafeteria worker who can’t agree more.

Stacey Truman has worked in the cafeteria at Kingston Elementary School in Virginia Beach, Virginia, for very nearly 10 years.

She is a mother herself and over the last 9 years, she has witnessed the students in the school develop and change as the years progressed.

While Stacey’s role is to serve the youngsters lovely dinners each day, she generally volunteers to go further.

She knows a significant number of the youngsters by their first name, always conveys a huge smile and is one of the school’s most devoted workers.

However, Stacey’s ‘talking bananas’ are a novelty.

During lunch hour, Stacey leaves unique notes on bananas — a couple of words to brighten the youngsters up and make them feel exceptional.

Each banana includes a special notes of motivation, scribbled down in a Sharpie marker — messages like “Be your best self” and “You’re a superhero.

Then the kids get one at random on their plate — making this, an extremely energising moment of the day for the children.

School principal Sharon Shewbridge snapped a photograph of Stacey’s ‘talking bananas’ recently and presented it on Twitter, where it started to spread like rapidly spreading fire.

Furthermore, these bananas, and obviously, the superb soul behind them, deserve all the recognition.

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Prince Harry breaks royal rules after accepting letter from 6-year-old who also lost his mother.

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Prince Harry was given a letter when he stopped to speak with fans while on a visit to Auckland Viaduct Harbor, in New Zealand by six-year-old called Otia Nante.

The prince was informed by the young boy’s grandmother that Otia had lost his mother when he was just a baby and adored Prince Harry because he did too.

It was very visible that Harry was moved by Otia’s gesture and placed the letter in his jacket pocket.

He then preceded to give the young boy some heartfelt words letting everybody see how big a heart this prince has.

Prince Harry told Otia: “Life will always be all right, you know that? I’ve made it to 34 years old, and life is great. I have a beautiful wife and a baby on the way. Your life is going to be sorted. Don’t you worry about that,” according to newshub.co.nz

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Here’s what spanking does to your kids. Its not good, claim doctors.

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Parents who hit their children may trust that a swat “just gets their attention” or implements out-dated discipline.

Yet spanking in actuality makes conduct worse than previous and can cause long term harm, according to paediatricians.

The American Academy of Paediatrics fortified its recommendation against corporal punishment in updated guidelines.

Claiming it makes kids more aggressive and raises the danger of issues concerning mental health issues.

Experiencing corporal punishment makes it more, not less, likely that children will be defiant and aggressive in the future,” the group claim in it news guidelines to paediatricians.

There’s no benefit to spanking,” said Dr. Robert Sege of Tufts Medical Center in Boston, who helped to write the guidelines.

We know that children grow and develop better with positive role modeling and by setting healthy limits. We can do better.”

Today, @AmerAcadPeds put out another strategy against spanking.

Beating and cruel words are hurtful and aren’t effective. Here are 10 different approaches to discipline your youngster:

Verbal maltreatment and embarrassment is likewise counterproductive, according to the paediatrics group.

Parents, other caregivers, and adults interacting with children and adolescents should not use corporal punishment (including hitting and spanking), either in anger or as a punishment for or consequence of misbehavior, nor should they use any disciplinary strategy, including verbal abuse, that causes shame or humiliation,” the group says in the updated guidelines

“Within a few minutes, children are often back to their original behaviour. It certainly doesn’t teach children self-regulation,” Sege told NBC News.

Techniques such as time out and other effective forms of punishment, the goal is to teach the child to regulate herself, so that she will have the ability to control and manage her own behavior. And that’s what it really is all about.”

Americans still strongly believe in beating, spanking or paddling children, both at home and in school.

 

“According to a 2004 survey, approximately two-thirds of parents of young children reported using some sort of physical punishment,” the paediatrics group said.

These parents reported that by fifth grade, 80 percent of children had been physically punished, and 85 percent of teenagers reported exposure to physical punishment, with 51 percent having been hit with a belt or similar object.”

According to a 2004 survey, approximately two-thirds of parents of young children reported using some sort of physical punishment,” the paediatrics group said.

These parents reported that by fifth grade, 80 percent of children had been physically punished, and 85 percent of teenagers reported exposure to physical punishment, with 51 percent having been hit with a belt or similar object.”

Following a Harris Interactive poll in 2013 it found that 70 percent of parents agreed with the statement:

That “good, hard spanking is sometimes necessary to discipline a child,” despite it being down from 84 percent of parents in 1986.

But things have changed, said Sege.

“If you limit your surveys to people who have a child aged 5 years and younger in their homes, who are a new generation of parents, most of them don’t like to spank their children and often don’t spank their children,” he said.

“We think there’s a generational shift where today’s parents are much less likely to spank their children than their parents were.

One group studied parents in their home and discovered that many parents did give kids a verbal warning before physically striking out.

However they did not wait long.

Corporal punishment then occurred at a mean of 30 seconds later, suggesting that parents may have been ‘responding either impulsively or emotionally rather than instrumentally and intentionally,’” the paediatrics group said.

It did little good.

The effects of corporal punishment were transient: within 10 minutes, most children (73 percent) had resumed the same behaviour for which they had been punished.”

Hitting kids not only does little good; it can make their long-term behaviour worse.

Children who experience repeated use of corporal punishment tend to develop more aggressive behaviours, increased aggression in school, and an increased risk of mental health disorders and cognitive problems,” Sege said in a statement.

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Mom Looks At Newborn’s Face And Knows It’s Not Hers, Then She Takes A DNA Test

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Rich Cushworth and his wife Mercy Casanalles experienced love when they met at Christ for the Nations missionary school in Dallas.

Once Mercy got pregnant, she needed to return home to deliver the baby, as she was in Texas with a temporary visa from El Salvador.

Rich remained in the U.S. waiting his wife’s arrival home. But, when the attendant gave Mercy her infant child Jacob, she knew something was awfully wrong.

“When I got him, I stated, ‘This isn’t my infant,’” Mercy explains.

Something in her gut, perhaps her maternal intuition, felt this was not her baby.

Yet, how was she to know? And so, they took the new arrival home.

Following two or three months, Mercy decided to complete a DNA test. Turns out Jacob was not their child.

She had constantly felt it, however it was difficult to acknowledge.  Mercy and Rich established a solid bond with him regardless.

The main inquiry left: where was their natural child?

Mercy and Rich returned Jacob to his biological family after reaching out to officials.

In any case, the El Salvadorian government weren’t exactly excited to welcome their biological child Moses.

They failed to give him a birth cert or visa to make a trip to the United States for a whole year.

After a long fight with the government, Rich and Mercy have finally returned home with their boy.

“[We’re] exceptionally grateful, extremely glad,” Rich said.


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This Guy Put Christmas Lights Around His House. Look Out For The American Flag!

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Christmas is almost on our doorstep and I guarantee many of you are getting in the spirit with lights and decorations.

Take a step back and see this staggering showcase! This Christmas lighting is a standout amongst others I have observed!

It is amazing to witness and it likewise fills your heart with pride for being American. I am certain a lot of thought went into making this!

This presentation was set up all through the Christmas of 2011. It was complete to pay tribute to our astonishing troops and fabulous veterans.

Over 1.3 million American troops have put their lives in danger and made a definitive forfeit for the nation since 1775.

The patriotic tunes playing in the background essentially add to the brilliance of the showcase screen!

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