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There Could Be Ketamine In Your Natural Chicken

Veterinarians use it as an anesthetic. Psychiatrists have started prescribing it for depression. And thanks to the “out-of-body” experience it gives users, ketamine, or “Special K,” has long been a drug of choice for ravers and clubgoers. But according to a new lawsuit brought by consumer advocacy groups, there’s another place the drug might show up: In Sanderson Farms’ “100% Natural” chicken products. The use ...

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Heart beating like a washing machine: Prince Harry describes his intense panic attacks.

Photo by Chris Jackson/AFP/Getty Images. After the tragic death of his mother, Prince Harry struggled to seek out the emotional support he needed, which culminated in debilitating panic attacks, he explained in an eye-opening new interview with Forces TV. Through the royal family’s Heads Together campaign, shining a light on the importance of mental health, the prince has recently been ...

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7 Queer Celebrities Doing Great Things For The LGBTQ+ Community

Celebrities can be known for many things, whether their iconic roles, wonderful films, or even the occasional scandal. Othersuse their fame more proactively, becoming household names known for theiradvocacy work and commitment to equality, along with their artistic talent. With June acting as Pride Month, many are out celebrating, volunteering, and figuring out all possible angles tohelp those we know ...

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CenturyLink Is Accused of Running a Wells Fargo-Like Scheme

A former CenturyLink Inc. employee claims she was fired for blowing the whistle on the telecommunications company's high-pressure sales culture that left customers paying millions of dollars for accounts they didn't request, according to a lawsuit filed this week in Arizona state superior court. The company's shares fell the most in six weeks on the news, while the shares of merger partner Level 3 Communications ...

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Adolescents’ e-cigarette use drops for first time in years

(CNN)The number of high school and middle school students who use e-cigarettes, as well as other tobacco products, has decreased for the first time in years, according to a report released Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And the results show that from 2015 to 2016, the rate of high-schoolers using e-cigarettes, along with hookahs and ...

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6 Foods To Munch On During Your Period To Help Ease Your Cramps

Period cravings are a cruel and unusual punishment. One minute youre getting chocolate-wasted, and the next youre eating salt-covered everything. And before you know it, you feel twice as bloated as you did a half hour ago, and even though your taste buds may be having a party, your cramps are coming on strong. Snacking smart can be hard, especially ...

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Silicon Valley Parents Freak Out Over Sex Ed

Even parents in one of the richest, most progressive cities in the nation worry about what their kids are learning about sex. More than 1,600 parents in Palo Alto, California, have signed a petition to stop their school districts sex education program until its changed. These Silicon Valley parents say they are concerned by descriptions provided to middle school students ...

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BBC reporter accidentally calls the health secretary a rude word that rhymes with hunt

In this edition of BBC News blunders, a reporter makes an awkward slip. SEE ALSO: BBC reporter accidentally touches woman’s chest live on air, gets slapped BBC journalist Ellie Price was reporting on Theresa May’s cabinet reshuffle outside of 10 Downing Street. She was discussing whether or not Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt would remain in his position. In the video, ...

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