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November 28, 2018 11:46 PM Global warming will increase heat-related death and disease

LONDON, Nov 28 (Reuters) - Climate change is making more people around the world vulnerable to heat exposure, putting them at greater risk of heart and kidney disease, heat stress, and other heat-related killers, scientists warned on Wednesday. Global warming’s effects look most serious for ageing and urban populations and people with chronic health 129

November 26, 2018 3:15 PM Paralyzed bride walks down aisle 3 years after horrific accident

Ally Grizzard walked down the aisle three years after she was paralyzed in a horrific car accident. (Fox 5 Atlanta) After a proposal from her boyfriend, Georgia woman Ally Grizzard was determined to walk down the aisle in the wedding of her dreams. Grizzard, who was paralyzed in a horrific car accident three years ago, did just that, and now has her sights 193

November 21, 2018 7:55 AM Cows with or without horns? Swiss to vote on Sunday

PERREFITTE, Switzerland (Reuters) - Switzerland votes this Sunday on an issue of national importance that has divided the Alpine country - whether to subsidize farmers who let their cows’ and goats’ horns grow naturally. The referendum on preserving the “dignity of livestock” was initiated by farmer Armin Capaul, 66, a self-described rebel. He says that “listening 80

November 20, 2018 10:30 PM Woman sues Whataburger for ‘scalding hot gravy’ that severely burned 5-year-old, suit claims

A Texas woman is suing Whataburger for serving her “scalding hot gravy” that she claims left her 5-year-old relative severely burned. According to My San Antonio, Jessica Byrd filed the lawsuit against the fast food chain in Bexar County on Tuesday for the June 2017 incident. Byrd claims she and the girl visited a Mexia Whataburger and ordered a kid’s 129

October 22, 2018 1:29 PM Vodka expert and Grey Goose creator says spirit doesn't belong in freezer

Instead, put a few ice cubes in your drink before sipping, the creator of Grey Goose's original recipe says. (iStock) For years we've been told to store our vodka in the freezer, but now one expert claims that's the last thing you should be doing. Grey Goose creator Francois Thibault knows a thing or two about the alcoholic tipple, and he says sticking 137

September 25, 2018 5:15 AM Viral video shows man trying to bathe feet in Yellowstone's thermal hot springs: report

An unidentified man was recorded attempting to wash his feet in the geyser basins of Yellowstone National Park. (National Park Service) An unidentified man was seen in a viral video attempting to wash his feet on the Yellowstone National Park's geyser basins-- a section of the park where people have been boiled alive, a report said Monday. The man jumped 84

September 7, 2018 12:43 AM Passengers on 2 flights from Europe arrive sick in Philly

Emergency response crews gather outside a plane at New York's Kennedy Airport amid reports of ill passengers aboard a flight from Dubai, Wednesday, Sept. 5, 2018. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews) A passenger gets her temperature taken as she leaves an Emirates airplane at New York's Kennedy Airport amid reports of ill passengers aboard a flight from Dubai 98

August 29, 2018 1:15 AM Cynthia Nixon's team cites sexism over room temperature ahead of Cuomo debate: report

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is scheduled to debate gubernatorial candidate Cynthia Nixon in Long Island on Wednesday night. (AP Photo) An aide for Cynthia Nixon, the Democrat running in the New York gubernatorial primary against Governor Andrew Cuomo, reportedly asked to control the temperature of the room in which the two candidates are scheduled to debate 150

August 20, 2018 2:05 PM NASA shows incredible image of the Sun 'exploding'

NASA has unveiled an incredible image of the Sun "exploding," but fear not — this violent reaction happens on a near constant basis and is nothing to worry about, experts say. The above image, taken on Aug. 10, 2018 of the Sun's magnetic field, is formed from computer models to capture snapshots of the star's violent nuclear fusion reactions and the Sun's 141

July 19, 2018 2:09 PM On an island in Canada's High Arctic, the glaciers are shrinking

In this July 27, 2008 photo, a chunk of ice is shown drifting after it separated from the Ward Hunt Ice Shelf off the north coast of Ellesmere Island in Canada's far north. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Sam Soja) All of nearly 1,800 glaciers on an island in Canada's High Arctic have shrunk since the turn of the century, with three-quarters of them seeing 132