CTV reports that Vancouver has become the first place in Canada to offer crack pipe vending machines. The machines offer safer crack-pipes for 25 cents, which it is hoped will reduce the spread of disease caused by cheaper crack-pipes chipping…. Read More ›
CNN reports that cooking food in a microwave is one of “the best ways to retain your food’s vitamins and minerals.” Who knew? 3 Questions That Arise From This Story 1. “I eat glue, sewing needles, and buttons during my… Read More ›
ZocDoc, according to Quartz, has reported that Friday mornings at 10:00 a.m. is the most popular time to book a doctor’s appointment! And for our East Coast readers checking out our article as it goes live, that leaves you just… Read More ›
U.S. News & World Report reports that a British study indicates wealthier Americans have toxins in their systems, as do poorer Americans, although the toxins are different. Specifically, higher income people have higher levels of PFCs, which may be found… Read More ›
“Every 105-Year-Old’s Doing It, Why Can’t We?” We’d Imagine 1990s Rockers The Cranberries Might Say.
Yahoo reports that a 105-year-old woman from Texas proudly eats bacon every day! 3 Additional Seemingly Unlikely Things Someone Could* Do To Live To Be A Hundred Instead Of Eating Bacon Every Day 1. Smoke bacon-wrapped nicotine-filled cigarettes, then eat… Read More ›
Yahoo reports that consumers are turning to group discount sites like Groupon to purchase Botox injections. One physician quoted warns “buyer beware,” as discount “Botox” used could be over-diluted. 3 Other Things We Would Not Want To Buy On Group Coupon… Read More ›
Austalians With Bad Fake Accents Fool British Hospital Staff Into Thinking The Queen Was Calling, Because Security Precuations And Call Display Haven’t Been Invented In The U.K.
The Telegraph reports that two radio personalities from Australia were able to successfully call Kate Middleton’s nurse at a British hospital to get an update on her status by impersonating Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles… very badly… you can… Read More ›
The Toronto Star reports that a team of researchers led by a professor from a school of psychology spent several years monitoring emergency room patients to determine whether a full moon causes anxiety attacks or other psychological issues. From the article:… Read More ›
Texas Town Apparently Takes Lyrics To “Pour Some Sugar On Me” Literally… By Intentionally Adding Sugar To The Water Supply!
CBC reports*, in an interview that can be listened to here, that a Texas town is adding 4 tablespoons of sugar to every eight ounces of tap water, with the goal of increasing water consumption by getting residents to drink… Read More ›