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  1. Heroin for a cough, cocaine for hay fever and crystal meth for weight loss: The dangerous cures of yesteryear revealed In the 19th century and early 20th century, class-A drugs were touted as cures Lethal and addictive concoctions were unwittingly consumed by millions Shockingly, cocaine was even marketed to children to curb a sweet tooth A 1901 advert touted heroin as a cough medicine for it sedative effect Other bizarre ads including 'sanitized tape worms' for weight loss These days cocaine, heroine and meth are not substances known for their health benefits. But in the 19th century and early 20th century, these illegal class-A drugs were touted as miracle medical cures which were readily available over the counter. This collection of now shocking adverts – taken from the late 1800s and early 1900s – advocated taking heroin for a cough, cocaine for hay fever and crystal meth for weight loss. Cocaine – which was famously once an ingredient in Coca Cola – was even marketed to children to curb a sweet tooth. The images below show how, before the introduction of regulation, lethal and addictive medical concoctions were unwittingly consumed by millions of people. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5288077/Heroin-cough-cures-yesteryear-revealed.html
  2. Aetna to pay $17,000 after revealing HIV status of 12,000 patients by sending letters with giant envelope 'window' that exposed private details Aetna agreed on Thursday to pay at least $500 to each person whose privacy was breached The health insurer sent letters to patients taking medications for HIV or taking pre-exposure medication to prevent getting the virus A photo of the envelope reveals how it exposed confidential information Lawyers say some patients' relatives and neighbors learned of their HIV status as a result Patients were in Arizona, California, Georgia, Illinois, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C Health insurer Aetna will pay $17,000 to HIV patients whose status was exposed by mailing envelopes with a large, clear window that showed confidential information. The company agreed on Thursday to pay at least $500 to each person whose privacy was breached by the blunder in eight states and Washington, D.C. The settlement, which has to be approved by a court, comes four months after letters were sent to customers currently taking medications for HIV treatment as well as for Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), a regimen that helps prevent a person from acquiring HIV. Without opening the letter, it was possible to see details of HIV prescriptions and details for purchasing more. The Legal Action Center and the AIDS Law Project of Pennsylvania said some patients' relatives and neighbors learned of their HIV status as a result. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5289553/Aetna-pay-17-000-revealing-patients-HIV-status.html
  3. Childbirth may be one of the most excruciating experiences a person can endure. But this Brazilian doctor has devised a method - supported by science - to ease the pain: dance routines. Dr Fernando Guedes da Cunha, known as 'the dancing doctor', posts videos on Instagram of himself busting moves with heavily pregnant women to hit songs like Despacito. His latest video, posted on December 15, shows a woman, who developed diabetes while she was pregnant, dancing with the obstetrician while awaiting the arrival of her baby. Dr Cunha isn't just dancing for fun, research has shown movement during labor makes giving birth easier. Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-5289287/Doctor-helps-women-labor-dancing-them.html
  4. The McVegan is here! McDonald's hotly anticipated soya burger arrives at chains in Finland - and it's already sent customers into a frenzy Vegan burger made from soya protein is only available in Finland and Sweden Following a successful trial, it's a regular menu item at hundreds of branches The burger also has a gluten-free bun and a vegan mayonnaise It's the last place you would expect to find vegans, but now customers on plant-based diets are flocking to McDonald's in Scandinavia. The fast food giant's long-awaited McVegan burger made from soya protein has arrived into branches in Finland and Sweden for the first time. And it's sent fans wild on social media, with customers praising the taste of the burger, which also has a gluten-free bun and a vegan mayonnaise. Read more http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/food/article-5284243/Vegans-rave-McDonalds-soya-burger.html
  5. Tom Petty's incredible LA home hits the market for $5.495 million... after it's revealed he died from an accidental drug overdose PICS http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-5292271/Tom-Pettys-incredible-LA-home-hits-market-5-495m.html
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  8. Two men were arrested after a UPS driver was carjacked while delivering packages Thursday night in Cobb County, police said. The men forced the driver from the rental box truck in the 3000 block of Burnt Hickory Road near Marietta about 10:30 p.m., police Sgt. Wayne Delk said in a news release. Officers soon found two men on foot in the parking lot of a nearby CVS and recovered the truck, Delk said. They were arrested without incident....... News vid.... http://www.ajc.com/news/crime--law/ups-driver-carjacked-while-making-deliveries-arrested/Bhq6cgM8cqfCY4GRMV2nZP/
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