Woman ends up in A&E after her pet snake got stuck in her ear

Ashley had the snake removed by doctors (Picture: Facebook/Ashley Glawe) When sitting in A&E for hours on end, you’ll probably see a few characters. Whether that be Betty screaming in reception with a bad toe, or Geoff missing his appointment because he was too busy browsing the vending machine. Woman spared jail for attacking ex-boyfriend with a crutch leaving him ...

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Doctors held hostage by gunman at hospital in Turkey

File photo of Turkish police (Picture: AFP/Getty Images) An armed man is holding doctors and other staff hostage at a hospital in Istanbul. Turkish newspaper Hurriyet is reporting that a number of staff members are now trapped inside the city’s Cerrahpasa Hospital. The gunman is reportedly a patient from the hospital’s psychiatric unit. Staff at Cerrahpasa Hospital, pictured, are being ...

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What is World Hijab Day and why are women being invited to wear one?

(Picture: Getty) 1st February marks the annual celebration of a woman’s right to wear the hijab, with women keen to explain why wearing one isn’t a sign of oppression. The movement came about when New York resident Nazma Khan came up with the idea to invite non- Hijab wearing Muslim and non-Muslim women to experience wearing one for a day. ...

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Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan reveals how she – and Rosie Webster – have changed

(Picture: ITV) It’s been six years since we saw Rosie Webster jet off in the hopes of securing a modelling career but now the outrageous character is back in Coronation Street and in trouble already. But while much of the character hasn’t changed, there are some aspects of Rosie that actress Helen Flanagan is glad to see the back of ...

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Trump's Executive Order Strands Brooklyn Doctor in Sudan

On Saturday morning, Dr. Kamal Fadlalla traveled more than two hours from his family’s home in Wad Madani, Sudan, to the country’s capital of Khartoum to board a flight back to the United States. For Fadlalla, a second-year resident in internal medicine at Interfaith Medical Center in Brooklyn, this was to be an early ending to his first trip back ...

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Most People Consider Themselves to Be Morally Superior

In Garrison Keillor’s Minnesota town of Lake Wobegon, “all the women are strong, all the men are good looking, and all the children are above average.” Though the town and its characters are fictional, part of the enduring appeal of the News from Lake Wobegon is the way that Keillor captures the human experience—right down to the fact that all ...

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Obama Science Adviser: Trump Immigration Ban "an Abomination"

Former White House science adviser John Holdren has condemned US President Donald Trump’s decision to temporarily ban all refugees and citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the United States. Holdren, who served eight years under President Barack Obama , told Nature on January 30 that the ban is “perverse” and “an abomination, and a terrible, terrible idea”. The executive order enacted on ...

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Is Trump Driving Recruits to ISIS?

On January 27, President Donald Trump signed a 2,855-word executive order titled PROTECTING THE NATION FROM FOREIGN TERRORIST ENTRY INTO THE UNITED STATES. The order placed a temporary ban on people from seven predominantly Muslim countries entering the United States (and an indefinite ban on migrants from Syria—most of whom are refugees). His justification was to protect Americans from the ...

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How Heat from the Sun Can Keep Us All Cool

At Hotel Star Sapphire in Dawei, Myanmar, guests sip from coconuts in cool, air-conditioned comfort as the steamy tropical night rolls on. Seven thousand kilometers to the west, in dry Khartoum, Sudan, patients rest in a United Nations Hospital, cocooned from the baking desert heat. In both buildings, the pleasant conditions come courtesy of air-conditioning units that rely in part ...

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NASA's Fermi Telescope Spots Record-Breaking Blazars

Monster black holes shooting jets of gamma-ray radiation right at us have been spotted farther away than ever before, dating back to when the universe was nearly one-tenth its current age. The five distant objects, called gamma-ray blazars, deepen the mystery of how black holes so large could have formed so early in the universe’s history. Roopesh Ojha, an astronomer ...

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