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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

A task as commonplace as pubic hair grooming could be hurting you more than you think. According to a new study, one out of four individuals reported getting hurt while trimming their pubic hair. The more frequently and extensively one groomed, the more likely they were to injure themselves.

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

A large store on the historical Denton Square was gutted by a four-alarm fire early Tuesday morning, and fire officials still don't know what caused the blaze. The fire was reported about 4 a.m., with the initial call coming from the Downtown Mini Mall on Locust Street, across from the Denton Courthouse-On-The-Square. The cause had yet to be determined.

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Washington (CNN) Alternative facts. Lies. Distortions. Exaggerations. Misstatements. Half truths.

Call it what you want, but there's one indisputable fact: Donald Trump does a stunning amount of it.
According to a count maintained by The Washington Post's Fact Checker and updated Tuesday morning, Trump has now made 1,628 false or misleading claims in his 298 days in office. That's an average of 5.5 a day. Five and a half misleading or outright false statements for each day--including weekends!--that Trump has been president.
By the Fact-Checker's estimates, Trump--if he keeps up his current pace--will blow past 2,000 misstatements and/or untruths in his first year in office.

Stop. Go back and read that last sentence. Then read it again.

NEW HAVEN, CT (WTNH/CNN) – A homeless man, who returned a lost $10,000 check, is now getting help from the woman who lost it. Elmer Alvarez was surprised when he found an envelope on the ground with a check for more than $10,000 inside while walking in downtown New Haven, CT. But he didn't think of himself or what he could do with the money.

(BBC) US regulators have approved the first pill that can be digitally tracked through the body. The Abilify MyCite aripiprazole tablets--for treating schizophrenia and manic episodes--have an ingestible sensor embedded inside them that records that the medication has been taken. A patch worn by the patient transmits this information to their smartphone.


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