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In Pics: 'Farting zebra', other pics shortlisted for Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards

As many as 40 photographs from around the globe have been shortlisted for the 2022 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. These include a 'farting zebra', a 'superhero squirrel', a 'winking fox', a 'horrified monkey' and a couple of monkeys playing doctors and nurses. Voting on the images will close on November 27 and the winners will be announced on December 8. readmore...


Australian man performs 3,182 push-ups in an hour, breaks Guinness World Record

A man named Daniel Scali from Australia has broken the Guinness World Record for performing most push-ups in an hour. Scali performed 3,182 push-ups in an hour, breaking the previous record of 3,054 push-ups set by fellow Australian Jarrad Young. As per Guinness World Records, Scali achieved the record despite suffering from CRPS (complex regional pain syndrome). readmore...


Harsh Goenka shares viral pic of wedding invite printed in form of medicine packaging

RPG Enterprises' Chairman Harsh Goenka shared a picture of a pharmacist's wedding invitation, which was printed in the form of medicine packaging. "People have become so innovative these days," Goenka wrote. The invite mentioned that the groom, B Ezhilarasan, is an Assistant Professor in a pharmacy college and the bride, M Vasanthakumari, is an Assistant Professor in a nursing college. readmore...


Guests allowed entry at a wedding in UP only after showing Aadhaar cards, video viral

A video has gone viral on social media showing guests at a wedding in Uttar Pradesh's Amroha district being allowed to enter the venue only after showing their Aadhaar cards. The hosts checked Aadhaar cards after a large number of guests turned up to the wedding, with many seeming to be strangers. readmore...


Pet cat in US breaks world record for being the tallest living domestic cat, pics surface

A pet cat named Fenrir Antares Powers, which lives in US' Michigan, has been confirmed by the Guinness World Records as the world's tallest living domestic cat. Fenrir measures 47.83 cm (18.83 in). Fenrir is the brother of Arcturus Aldebaran Powers, who formerly held the record before passing away. Arcturus measured in at 48.40 cm (19.05 in). readmore...


Huge mysterious object appears on a beach in US, pics surface

Beachgoers in Florida discovered a huge mysterious object buried underneath the sand, with pictures of it surfacing online. The object began protruding out of the sand after Hurricanes Ian and Nicole battered Volusia County earlier this year, an official said. The object appears to be a wooden structure and looks like pieces of wood poking out for about 80 feet. readmore...


Mysterious deep-sea creature with bulging eyes caught in Australia, pic surfaces

A mysterious deep-sea creature with bulging eyes has been caught in deepwaters off southeastern Australia. A professional fisherman, who caught the fish, shared its picture on social media, writing, "Probably the ugliest fish I've ever seen. Apparently good eating." The fisherman stated that he caught the creature 1,771-foot deep. The creature weighed around four kg. readmore...


Sky turns green in several US' cities after powerful storm, pics go viral

Sky over several cities in US' states of South Dakota, Nebraska and Iowa turned green following a powerful storm. The US' National Weather Service (NWS) said the storm was a derecho. It brought powerful winds, with speeds of around 159 kmph in some areas. "Have never seen something like that," a Twitter user wrote sharing a picture of green sky. readmore...


Viral video shows huge waves crashing wedding in Hawaii

A video went viral showing huge waves crashing a beachside wedding reception in Hawaii. In the video, dozens of people can be seen running away as surge of water overturned tables and chairs. During an interview with a local channel, the bridegroom said no one was injured in the chaos. "Everyone will remember their wedding forever," a Twitter user commented. readmore...


Tiger survives after being swept away by strong river currents in UP, video goes viral

A video has gone viral on social media showing a tiger surviving strong river currents in Uttar Pradesh. The tiger was swept away by strong currents while trying to cross the Gerua river in Bahraich district. Using its own strength, the tiger managed to swim to the other side and reach the forest of Katarniaghat. readmore...


Rare wolf fish caught in US, video surfaces

A fisherman in US' Maine caught a rare wolf fish and shared a video of himself with the fish on Instagram. "It killed everything in the trap. We don't get them very often, they're protected," the fisherman can be heard saying in the video. "Mother Nature is absolutely brutal and it’s amazing," a user commented on the video. readmore...


Woman holds 'Flat(mates) required' placard at Lucky Ali concert in Bengaluru, pic viral

A picture has gone viral on social media showing a woman carrying a 'Flat(mates) required' placard at a Lucky Ali concert in Bengaluru. "Finding a flat is harder than finding a flatmate," a Twitter user commented on the picture. "Struggle is real," another tweet read. "Desperate times calls for new levels of creativity," another user commented. readmore...


Mysterious creature washes up on beach in UK, pic surfaces

A mysterious creature washed up on a beach in North Wales with a local named Shell Longmore spotting it. "I thought I had seen all the local wildlife until I found this...It was a massive shock!" Longmore said. Commenting on a picture of the creature, a social media user wrote, "The stuff of nightmare...That’s what it is." readmore...


ATM shows people's pics, ranks them by their bank balance in US

A video of an ATM in the US that shows the users' pictures alongside their bank account balances on a ranked leaderboard has gone viral on social media. The ATM was installed by the Brooklyn art collective MSCHF as an art installation at Art Basel Miami. "ATM Leaderboard is an extremely literal distillation of wealth-flaunting impulses," MSCHF Co-founder said. readmore...


Ancient vase kept in kitchen in UK sells for ₹14 crore, pic surfaces

A rare 18th century Chinese vase bought in 1980s for a few hundred pounds has been auctioned for almost £1.5 million (over ₹14 crore). It was purchased by a surgeon and passed from the original owner to his son, who, not realising its true value positioned it in his kitchen. Its value was revealed when an antiques specialist spotted it. readmore...


UK artist 'Mr Doodle' covers his ₹12 crore mansion completely with doodles

British artist Sam Cox, popularly known as 'Mr Doodle', has completely covered his mansion with doddles drawn by him in two years. The mansion, initially bought by the artist for more than ₹12 crore, now has every inch, from his bedding to his microwave and even door knobs, covered in doodles. He called it his "best piece of work". readmore...


Indian groom's male friends wear saree and bindi at his wedding in US; video viral

A video has gone viral on social media that showed two groomsmen of an Indian groom arriving at his wedding venue in the US in sarees and bindi. The video showed the two men in saree walking down Michigan Avenue with the bride and surprising the groom. "That is so wholesome. Absolutely adorable," an Instagram user commented on the video. readmore...


Autorickshaw moves in circles without driver in Maharashtra, video goes viral

A video has gone viral showing an autorickshaw moving in circles without a driver in Maharashtra's Ratnagiri. In the video, several people can be seen trying to stop it. As per reports, the steering of the autorickshaw got locked after the driver fell. It started running around in circular motion before being stopped by the onlookers. readmore...


Mondrian painting hanging upside down in different galleries for 75 yrs, claims historian

A painting by abstract Dutch artist Piet Mondrian, titled 'New York City I', has been hanging upside down in various museums for 75 years, art historian Susanne Meyer-Büser claimed. A photograph of Mondrian's studio, taken few days after his death in 1944, shows the same painting the other way up. It'll continue to be displayed upside down at museums. readmore...


21-yr-old Indian yoga teacher holds scorpion pose for 29 minutes to break world record

Yash Mansukhbhai Moradiya, a 21-year-old Indian yoga teacher based in Dubai, has broken the Guinness World record for the longest time to hold the scorpion position. He held the scorpion pose (or vrschikasana) for 29 minutes and four seconds, shattering the previous record of four minutes and 47 seconds. The scorpion pose is an advanced yoga position. readmore...


So creative: Mahindra on video of movable marriage hall built on a truck

Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra took to Twitter to share a video of an air-conditioned mobile marriage hall built on a truck. "I'd like to meet the person behind this product. So creative," tweeted Mahindra. According to a report, Dayanand Darekar, who's in the business of weddings, came up with the portable wedding hall during the COVID-19 lockdown. readmore...


Uttarakhand jail to offer 'real imprisonment experience' to tourists for ₹500/night

A jail in Uttarakhand's Haldwani will offer a "real imprisonment experience" to tourists for ₹500/night. The prison, built in 1903, has an abandoned portion which is being prepared for "jail guests", officials said. They said it will also be useful for people who are advised to spend time in prison by astrologers to ward off 'bandhan yog' that predicts imprisonment. readmore...


Law student writes tiny notes on pens to cheat in exam in Spain; pics go viral

Pictures of 11 pens on which a law student wrote notes to cheat in an exam have gone viral after a professor at the Spain's University of Málaga shared them on Twitter. "Tidying up my office, I found this university relic that we confiscated from a student a few years ago," the professor tweeted. "What an art," she added. readmore...


178 people with the same name meet at one place in Japan, set world record

The Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of people with the same name was made recently after 178 people named 'Hirokazu Tanaka' gathered at one place in Tokyo, Japan. The meeting was arranged by Hirokazu Tanaka, a corporate employee from Tokyo. This was the third attempt by the Hirokazu Tanakas to create a record in their name successfully. readmore...


'I also have no light' tweets Goa Electricity Dept; chat with users goes viral

Goa Electricity Department tweeted about power cuts and wrote, "I also have no lights and would be anytime fading away from you all until supply is restored." "I'm also a consumer like you, now out of office but only a dept person on twitter. No special service to me," it responded to a user. The tweets have now been deleted. readmore...


Technology the size of a sesame seed making breast cancer treatment less painful - ABC17News.com

By Mitchell Consky Click here for updates on this story     TORONTO (CTV Network) — New Canadian technology is allowing surgeons to more easily remove breast cancer tumours with minimal cosmetic defect and less pain for patients. And this tech is the size of …

By Mitchell Consky Click here for updates on this story     TORONTO (CTV Network) — New Canadian technology is allowing surgeons to more easily remove breast cancer tumours with minimal cosmetic de… [+3341 chars] readmore...


Study shows snacking on almonds can boosts gut health | Mint - Mint

A team of researchers from King's College London investigated the impact of whole and ground almonds on the composition of gut microbes

A study shows that eating a handful of almonds a day can significantly increases the production of butyrate, a short-chain fatty acid that promotes gut health. A  team of researchers from King's Coll… [+2750 chars] readmore...


Here's why mosquitoes are attracted to some people more than others - CNN

If you have always suspected you might just be a mosquito magnet, scientists now have evidence for you: Mosquitoes indeed are attracted to certain humans more than others, according to a new study.

Sign up for CNNs Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news on fascinating discoveries, scientific advancements and more. If you have always suspected that you might just be a … [+5453 chars] readmore...


High-Dose Influenza Vaccine Confers Higher Relative Vaccine Efficacy/Effectiveness Vs Standard Dose - Drug Topics

Investigators reviewed data from 19 studies and 11 consecutive flu seasons.

Data from 19 studies and 11 consecutive influenza seasons indicated that the high-dose influenza vaccine is consistently more effective than standard dose influenza vaccines, according to research re… [+1884 chars] readmore...


How to banish hangxiety (which you’ve definitely felt but never had a name for) - The Manual

Have you ever felt anxious after drinking alcohol? You may be suffering from hangxiety. Learn about the hangxiety meaning, symptoms and more.

Youve likely heard of hangovers and anxiety. However, have you heard of hangxiety? The hangxiety meaning is pretty simple to figure out.  Its a term used to describe the anxiety that comes after dri… [+2483 chars] readmore...


COVID-19 Viral Load and Clinical Outcomes: Is There a Correlation? - Contagionlive.com

Evidence on this has been conflicting and a poster presented at ID Week offers more insights on this significant topic.

Over the course of the pandemic, the term, viral load, has been bandied about as clinicians and investigators try to determine its significance and place in understanding COVID-19 and beyond.  Lizzy… [+1429 chars] readmore...


This Eating Habit Can Help You Reduce Belly Fat and Lose Weight, New Study Suggests - Yahoo Life

If you're trying to lose weight, then you're surely aware of the fact that there are seemingly endless options when it comes to potentially beneficial diets....

If you're trying to lose weight, then you're surely aware of the fact that there are seemingly endless options when it comes to potentially beneficial diets. However, a new study has found that one p… [+2271 chars] readmore...


I chemically straightened my hair for 7 years. Now there’s a link between ‘relaxers’ and higher risk of uterine cancer in Black women like me - CNBC

When I got my first relaxer at 9, I had no clue it might be harmful for my health. Now, a new study shows chemical hair straighteners may cause uterine cancer.

I begged my mom for two things one Christmas season when I was nine years old: a Barbie doll house and a "perm" the colloquial term we used for relaxers. We did not understand then that there was a m… [+3364 chars] readmore...


Woman, 21, warns after what she thought was harmless rash turned out to be deadly disease - Irish Mirror

She was taken to hospital, where she was diagnosed with the rare blood condition disorderidiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura (ITP)

A woman has spoken out after what she thought was a harmless rash turned out to be a sign of a serious health condition. Juliana Pascarella, 21, from Virginia, USA, noticed tiny red dots appeared al… [+4267 chars] readmore...


Here’s what intermittent fasting can do for your skin! - Health shots

Eating the right food at the right time can make a world of difference to your life. Know why intermittent fasting may be good for your skin.

Healthy and younger glowing skin is something that everybody desires. But many people are not able to achieve it due to their lifestyle and daily routine. A quick remedy for healthy skin could be don… [+3881 chars] readmore...


More adults being diagnosed with ADHD - Calgary Herald

When I told a friend I was writing about ADHD and looking to interview adults for this article, her first response was: “Why bother? You can just interview…

Article content When I told a friend I was writing about ADHD and looking to interview adults for this article, her first response was: Why bother? You can just interview yourself. Ha ha! This adve… [+8221 chars] readmore...


Health and Wellness: Knee surgery gone wrong? It's more common than you think - Seacoastonline.com

Dr. Carrie Jose, in her latest health and wellness column, discusses how something going wrong in knee surgery is more common than one would think.

Arthroscopic knee surgery is one of the most common surgeries performed - despite research telling us that it’s not nearly as effective as most people are led to believe. Furthermore, the science tel… [+4048 chars] readmore...


Is an HAdV an Underrecognized Cause of Hepatitis? - Infection Control Today

Several previously healthy children were admitted for suspected hepatitis and tested positive for human adenovirus. Was there a connection?

A common cause of respiratory and gastrointestinal infections in humans, human adenovirus (HAdV), it is an uncommon cause of end-organ disease in children. It surprised clinicians when, from October … [+6150 chars] readmore...


Increased cases of RSV - News4JAX

More than 4,400 cases of a respiratory virus known as RSV were detected in children during the first week of October. News4JAX reporter Brie Isom tells us th...

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Birt-Hogg-Dubé Syndrome: Two Patients With Different Initial Presentations - Cureus

Birt-Hogg-Dubé syndrome (BHD) is a rare genetic disorder caused by germline mutations in the tumor suppressor folliculin gene (FLCN). This condition is characterized by benign skin hamartomas, pulmonary cysts, spontaneous pneumothorax, and an increased risk f…

Birt-Hogg-Dubé syndrome (BHD) is a rare genetic disorder caused by germline mutations in the tumor suppressor folliculin gene (FLCN). This condition is characterized by benign skin hamartomas, pulmon… [+14019 chars] readmore...


Jet lag: How to manage it before, during, and after a flight - Insider

Going on a long-distance flight can trigger jet lag but the best way to deter it is to try to acclimate to your destination's time zone.

If you've flown across the country or the ocean, you've probably experienced a phenomenon called jet lag a mismatch between your normal daily routines and the time at your new destination.  If you'r… [+6173 chars] readmore...


Chronic Calcaneovalgus Deformity Treated With Tibialis Anterior Tendon Transversion: A Case Report - Cureus

We present a 21-year-old female with a previously known myelomeningocele who underwent myelomeningocele repair 10 years ago. She presented to the orthopedic outpatient clinic with bilateral calcaneovalgus deformity, causing non-healing ulcers and multiple hos…

We present a 21-year-old female with a previously known myelomeningocele who underwent myelomeningocele repair 10 years ago. She presented to the orthopedic outpatient clinic with bilateral calcaneov… [+10994 chars] readmore...


How do you slow dementia? Talking to someone – even on Zoom – can help - AsiaOne

Research has shown that social interactions, such as simply talking to friends and family members, can moderate the effects of dementia. Now, new findings indicate that such interactions do not have to take place in person – the chats are effective if they ar…

Research has shown that social interactions, such as simply talking to friends and family members, can moderate the effects of dementia. Now, new findings indicate that such interactions do not have… [+5422 chars] readmore...


Monkeypox retreating, but threat remains – experts - The Manila Times

PARIS: The global monkeypox outbreak has been receding for months, but experts warn against prematurely declaring victory because a resurgence remains possible, and the virus still...

PARIS: The global monkeypox outbreak has been receding for months, but experts warn against prematurely declaring victory because a resurgence remains possible, and the virus still circulates in the … [+3880 chars] readmore...


Most European chimps are Vitamin-D deficient: Study - Zee News

IMF or Idiopathic Myocardial Fibrosis.

The study, which is the largest of its kind, is published in the journal Scientific Reports. The authors say this research will help improve care and nutrition practices for these endangered animals.… [+4425 chars] readmore...



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