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Penis Transplant In South Africa Gives Patient The Right Organ With The Wrong Color

Penis transplant has become a life-saver for a cancer survivor in 2016 and is already being added to the options given to men with similar cases. However, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the surgery has already been perfected. According to the New York Times, the patient who was the first in the U.S. to undergo the procedure had to endure ...

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Caffeine Overdose Kills South Carolina Teen: How Much Caffeine Is Too Much?

A teenage high school student in South Carolina died after ingesting too much caffeine over a short period of time, leading to a caffeine overdose. Us News reports that the 16-year-old’s heart was healthy prior to drinking several caffeinated beverages, which led to heart related problems and death. How much caffeine is too much for teens? Gary Watts, a coroner ...

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Caffeine Overdose Kills South Carolina Teen: How Much Caffeine Is Too Much?

A teenage high school student in South Carolina died after ingesting too much caffeine over a short period of time, leading to a caffeine overdose. Us News reports that the 16-year-old’s heart was healthy prior to drinking several caffeinated beverages, which led to heart related problems and death. How much caffeine is too much for teens? Gary Watts, a coroner ...

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Beware The ‘Caffeine Overdose’: Energy Drinks Kill Healthy South Carolina Teen, How Dangerous Is Caffeine?

Where would we be without our caffeine loaded drinks? Many people around the world rely on the caffeine kick, provided by our daily coffee, to start the day. Caffeine laden energy drinks are used to provide a midday boost, and it has even become popular to mix energy drinks with alcohol. Gas stations offer caffeine based pills, to help us ...

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Beware The ‘Caffeine Overdose’: Energy Drinks Kill Healthy South Carolina Teen, How Dangerous Is Caffeine?

Where would we be without our caffeine loaded drinks? Many people around the world rely on the caffeine kick, provided by our daily coffee, to start the day. Caffeine laden energy drinks are used to provide a midday boost, and it has even become popular to mix energy drinks with alcohol. Gas stations offer caffeine based pills, to help us ...

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Breast Cancer Mortality Rate Lower In South Korea Than In The United States, But Quickly Rising

South Korea has seen the steepest increase in breast cancer mortality out of a number of countries analyzed over a period from 1987 through 2013, but the rate of breast cancer death is still lower in South Korea than it is in the United States. In South Korea, the rate of breast cancer mortality is 5.3 per 100,000 women, but ...

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South China Sea: Obama urges Beijing to abide by ruling

US President Barack Obama has urged China to abide by its obligations under an international treaty in its activities in the South China Sea. He made the comments during a “candid exchange” with his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, in Hangzhou before the G20 summit, the White House said. In July, an international tribunal ruled against Chinese claims to rights in ...

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South Carolina Parents Outraged Over Teacher’s Cruel Punishment For 5-Year-Old Girl

Two parents in Simpsonville, South Carolina were outraged after learning their 5-year-old daughter’s teacher threw her shoes in the trash and made her walk barefoot as punishment, according to the Greenville Online. The incident occurred Thursday, August 25 when the first-grader, Taraji Edward, was fondling with her sandals in lieu of paying attention in class. Her teacher – whose name ...

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North Korea executed top minister, South Korea says

South Korean government officials have said that North Korea executed one of its highest ranking ministers last month. Seoul’s unification ministry said Kim Yong-jin was one of Pyongyang’s vice premiers and in charge of education. Officials did not explain how they got the information. Seoul’s record on reporting such developments is patchy. In May, a North Korean military chief said ...

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South Carolina Is Giving Body Cameras to Shellfish Monitors 

The world is your oyster. By which I mean it’s under intense surveillance at all times even though that’s a giant waste of energy, money, and humanity. According to the Associated Press, a portion of South of Carolina’s newly flush body camera budget will be distributed to officers who monitor oyster health and shellfish harvesting. When you take into consideration ...

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