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    A MAN in his 20s died after GPs refused to give him a face-to-face appointment during the Covid crisis, an investigation found. Law student David Nash, 26, died of an abscess on his brainstem after an ear infection spread as he struggled to get treatment, BBC Newsnight revealed. 4David Nash (pictured abov), 26, died of an abscess on his brainstemCredit: Andrew Nash 4His Dad Andrew said he had developed a brain abscess which had been triggered by his ear infectionCredit: Andrew Nash 4His parents appear in a new programme on BBC Newsnight this eveningCredit: Andrew Nash David’s parents said their son was “completely let down” by his GP practice in Yorkshire and Humber, which delayed blood tests out of fear of Covid. Lumps grew on his neck and his pain worsened over three weeks but he could not get a video call, in-person check-up or blood test from his local doctor. David, who tested negative for Covid at the time, had four phone appointments during his illness and was prescribed codeine for the pain. He was then taken to hospital...
    PROTECTING your ears isn't something that might be at the forefront of your mind when it comes to your health. But they are part of a key sense and without them working properly, you'd struggle to hear. 1Hearing is one of our key senses and one expert has said that many people don't take notice of it until it's too lateCredit: Getty In most cases, many people don't take notice of their ears before it's too late. Now one expert has warned that many Brits are unaware that their everyday habits could be compromising the future quality of their hearing. Audiologist Katie Ogden said there are six key things you should be mindful of when it comes to audiological health. 1. Taking out the wax Katie said that you should avoid cleaning the wax out of your ears with fad trends - adding that they are actually self-cleaning. Read more on hearing issues LISTEN UP Wearing headphones and WFH has 'damaged our hearing', experts warn The guru, who is the training manager at hearing aid provider ReSound said the most common tool...
    Mike Tyson will not be getting another serving of Evander Holyfield's ear. Following talks of an exhibition fight between the two quasi-retired rivals, the 59-year-old Holyfield is choosing common sense over a surefire payday against the 56-year-old Tyson.  'It's too late,' Holyfield told TMZ, adding, 'I'm done now.' The four-time heavyweight champion reportedly negotiated with Tyson's camp in the spring of 2021, but the two sides were far apart on a potential purse split. Kris Lawrence, Holyfield's manager, told TMZ that 'it appears we just ended up wasting our time.' Still, the possibility of an exhibition between the two Hall of Famers remained until Holyfield's statement to TMZ. Although Evander Holyfield (right) had previously considered an exhibition bout against ex-rival Mike Tyson, the 59-year-old said 'it's too late' now when asked about a potential trilogy Referee Lane Mills (L) steps in as Evander Holyfield (R) reacts after Mike Tyson bit his ear in the third round of their WBA heavyweight championship fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena (Left) Evander Holyfield looks on after being defeated by Vitor Belfort in...
    Super-middleweight boxer Edgar Berlanga has been banned from the sport for six months after he sensationally bit his opponent Roamer Alexis Angulo during their fight at Madison Square Garden earlier this month. American Berlanga has also been hit with a £8,000 ($10k) fine for his shocking behaviour, which was not picked up by the referee at the time of the incident. The 25-year-old eventually won his match via unanimous decision, with scores of 98-92, 99-91, 99-91.  Known as 'The Chosen One', Berlanga is unbeaten in his career - with 20 straight victories, 16 coming by way of knockout - but this setback will cost him a place at a high-profile boxing event run by Top Rank and ESPN later this year. When the incident was first put to Berlanga in the immediate aftermath of the fight, he brushed off the accusation and claimed Angulo had been 'throwing elbows', but said he was 'about to do a Mike Tyson on him' - referencing the shock night when heavyweight icon Tyson bit Evander Holyfield's ear in 1997.  'He was throwing elbows. I was...
    IT can be satisfying when we clean our ears and pull out a waxy ear bud, but one expert has now warned that this could be dangerous. Ear wax isn't actually a sign that you're unclean or dirty, and is completely natural. 1Using a cotton bud to clear your ears could be dangerous, but there are other ways you can get rid of the waxCredit: Getty - Contributor It's produced by the cells lining your outer ear and ear canal and is made up of a natural oily substance produced in the sebaceous glands. This natural oil gets mixed up with dirt, sweat and dead skin cells, which is what comes out when you use a cotton bud to clean your ears. Ear wax actually protects viruses and harmful bacteria from entering your ear canal as it creates a barricade. For most people, your ears actually clean themselves so there isn't much you can do. But if you do have a build up of wax which is making your ears feel full, you have earache or you're struggling to hear...
    A WOMAN who thought she had an ear infection for three months was stunned when she found out what was causing her pain. Lexi Mahon took to TikTok to share her story, posting a video which began with her in a hospital bed with a tissue to her ear. 4Lexi Mahon thought she had an ear infection for three monthsCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm 4After buying an ear camera, she discovered an earring back - a butterfly - inside her earCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm 4She then showed herself having the butterfly removed from her ear at the hospitalCredit: Tik Tok/ lexijordanm "POV: thought I had an ear infection… for three months," she wrote over the clip. She captioned the video: "Bought one of those handy dandy ear cameras, look what I found." The video then showed the inside of Lexi's ear canal, as she found a gold earring butterfly. She was then seen back in the hospital, as...
    Simone Biles was beaming ear-to-ear on Tuesday as she enjoyed a baseball game with her fiancé Jonathan Owens. The 25-year-old Olympic gold medalist and the 26-year-old NFL player looked inseparable as they watched the Houston Astros take on the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim on opening day in Houston, Texas. The petite gymnast beamed as her soon-to-be husband stood behind her and held her close. Happy! Simone Biles was beaming ear-to-ear on Tuesday as she enjoyed a baseball game with her fiancé Jonathan Owens Both halves of the duo wore their hair in braided styles as they stood on the perimeter of the field. The Olympian sported multiple long, individual box plaits that were wavy at the ends and had blonde color incorporated. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Newly-engaged Simone Biles reveals she and fiancé Jonathan... Simone Biles flashes six-pack abs in Porter magazine, as she... Britney Spears complains pregnancy is making her 'extremely... Megan Fox rocks violet hair and sexy lingerie as she teams... Share this article Share Her...
    Tyson 2.0 CEO Adam Wilks took a marijuana-infused edible during an interview on Yahoo Finance Wednesday to promote their new ear-shaped gummies called ‘Mike Bites’. The idea came from the infamous incident in 1997 when Tyson took a chunk out of Evander Holyfield’s ear during their second fight at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. It is unclear at this time if Holyfield is sharing some of the profits, but the Tyson 2.0 CEO was asked about it prior to ingesting the edible. Wilks held up the ear-shaped treat to the camera before being asked, “What does Evander Holyfield think of the idea?” To which he replied, “That’s a great question, they’re ‘Holy-Ears’ as Mike (Tyson) has stated,” before popping it in his mouth. The entrepreneur was joined by co-founder Chad Bronstein to discuss the product line that launched this week and did answer the moderator’s previous question. Tyson 2.0 CEO Adam Wilks and Co-Founder Chad Bronstein discuss working with former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson to create ear-shaped cannabis-infused gummies: pic.twitter.com/ANFZatfjth — Yahoo Finance (@YahooFinance) March 16, 2022 “Mike...
    The earliest evidence of ear surgery has been found on a 5,300-year-old skull taken from an ancient Spanish tomb, a new study reveals. The skull was found in a megalithic tomb known as the Dolmen of El Pendón in Burgos, Spain, which historically hosted ritual-funerary practices.  It likely belonged to a prehistoric woman aged between 35 and 50 years old – an advanced age for the time.  At some point, she underwent two rounds of mastoidectomy – an intervention aimed at eliminating infections in the skull behind the ear within the mastoid bone.   Amazingly, analysis of the skull has confirmed she survived, making this operation, performed some 5,300 years ago, the first documented successful ear surgery.    Researchers from the University of Valladolid, who led the study, said: 'This find would be the earliest surgical ear intervention in the history of mankind.'  The skull, found in a megalithic tomb likely belonged to a woman aged between 35 and 50 years old, which was an advanced age for the time period. Top shows the skull and bottom the skull circled in the megalithic...
    HEARTBROKEN parents have told how their little girl died after they thought she had a simple ear infection. Leah Robshaw, 12, had a suspected brain abscess, which went undetected for weeks. 3Little Leah Robshaw died from a suspected brain abscess, after doctors said she had an ear infectionCredit: NNP The youngster, from South Moor in Stanley, County Durham, died on Sunday in hospital. She had been diagnosed twice with an ear infection, after complaining of pain about a week before Christmas. Her mum Claire Robshaw said: “Leah was a much loved 12-year-old girl who was loved by many people, she was such a happy, polite little girl who adored her two sisters and five brothers. “We are all just heartbroken and feel empty without her.” The schoolgirls had been given antibiotics for a suspected ear infection, but felt worse and started to complain of a headache. On New Year's Day the family was told it was an ear and throat infection, with vertigo. Most read in Health NewsLEAVE IT B Boris Johnson SCRAPS Plan B from next WednesdayBRAIN BUSTER Mild...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — When we are in pain, many of us reach for a pill. But the VA hospital in Tomah, Wisconsin is helping veterans reduce their pain, with pins instead. READ MORE: Chicago Restaurant With COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement Already In Place Has Advice As Citywide Mandate ApproachesCBS 2’s Marie Saavedra explains how the treatment is now giving vets nearly instant pain relief. Pain. For Scott Gomer, it’ s a part of life. The Air Force veteran’s back pain is manageable. But nothing Gomer has tried has completely takes his pain away. Which is why he agreed to trade pills for pins. “I guess when I had the opportunity, I thought I might give it a try and see if it works for me,” Gomer said. Gomer is one of a growing number of veterans turning to the VA’s whole health approach to care. “The conversation is no longer what’s the matter with you, it’s what matters to you. It’s an amazing way to look at health,” said nurse practitioner Nancy Patterson. One of the most popular whole health options...
    Fired CNN host Chris Cuomo has had a friendly face to get him through his first few weeks of unemployment — his old buddy, actor Gregg Bello. Bello has been visiting Cuomo at the house where the TV journalist is contemplating his future following his abrupt departure from the news network.  He drove a Mercedes Benz to the house on Monday, and then visited twice on Tuesday, each time in a Porsche 911.  The two are near neighbors in the Hamptons, the millionaires' playground on the east end of New York's Long Island and go way back as friends.   DailyMail.com was first to spot Cuomo, after his December 4 firing. We saw him on Saturday keeping things casual in a beanie, sunglasses, hoodie, Army fatigue shorts and sneakers as he stepped out with an Amazon package in hand. Before then he hadn't been seen since November 30 when he was indefinitely suspended from the network after it was revealed that he had helped his brother Andrew Cuomo battle sexual harassment allegations to a greater extent than he admitted. Fired CNN host...
    IT can be satisfying when we clean our ears and pull out a waxy ear bud, but one expert has now warned that this could be dangerous. Ear wax isn't actually a sign that you're unclean or dirty, and is completely natural. 1Using a cotton bud to clear your ears could be dangerous, but there are other ways you can get rid of the waxCredit: Getty - Contributor It's produced by the cells lining your outer ear and ear canal and is made up of a natural oily substance produced in the sebaceous glands. This natural oil gets mixed up with dirt, sweat and dead skin cells, which is what comes out when you use a cotton bud to clean your ears. Ear wax actually protects viruses and harmful bacteria from entering your ear canal as it creates a barricade. For most people, your ears actually clean themselves so there isn't much you can do. But if you do have a build up of wax which is making your ears feel full, you have earache or you're struggling to hear...
    The concept of tweaking the game audio to squeeze out an edge in shooters has been around for at least a decade. Companies have different names for it — Superhuman Hearing, Footsteps, an FPS mode — but they’re built around the idea of toning down the big beefy sounds and increasing the volume on the subtle ones. It lets players hear the footsteps of an adversary creeping behind them as they snipe across the battlefield. In the middle of the gunfight, they can pick up the sound of reload so they can rush an enemy. This has become standard on a majority of top-end gaming headset, but the technology hasn’t moved forward since then. That’s where Immerse Gaming comes in. It’s not a new device nor is it an adapter of some sort. It’s a novel type of software that leverages the power of artificial intelligence and neural networks to create a personal preset for players. All players do is snap an image of their right ear on a smartphone and send it in for analysis. After a few minutes,...
    A BRIAN Laundrie lookalike has told how a mark on his ear led US Marshals to mistake him for the fugitive fiance of Gabby Petito. Severin Beckwith's recent hiking trip with his partner Anna Brettman on North Carolina's Appalachian Trail took a frightening turn when agents swarmed the lodge where they were staying at Fontana Village Resort. 3Severin Beckwith (pictured) was on a hiking trip with his partner when US Marshals mistook him for fugitive Brian LaundrieCredit: Facebook/Severin Beckwith 3Beckwith said Marshals mistook him for Laundrie (pictured) in part because the two men have similar ear marksCredit: Social Media - Refer to source Beckwith recalled how the agents burst through the door with guns drawn in an interview with the New Yorker. "Next thing I see is a bunch of guys with riot shields with 'U.S. Marshals' written on them," he said. "Handguns pointed at my face." Beckwith shares several physical similarities with Laundrie - who has been on the run for over a month since his fiancee Gabby vanished - including a beard and bald head....
    A doctor has wowed TikTok users with a series of simple body hacks that he claims really work - from 'supercharging' your brain to getting rid of a tickle in your throat.  Dr. Anthony Youn, 48, from Detroit, revealed how to deal with the everyday issues in a viral video posted online. The board-certified plastic surgeon - known as 'America's Holistic Plastic Surgeon' - has made a series of videos called 'Body hacks that really work' for his 5.1million followers.  Here, FEMAIL reveals the top tips he gave to 'transform your life'...  @tonyyounmd Body Hacks That Really Work! ##learnontiktok ##tiktokpartner ##bodyhacks ##lifehacks ##bodyhack IB: @onlyjayus ¿ Pieces (Solo Piano Version) - Danilo Stankovic Dr. Anthony Youn, a board-certified plastic surgeon, has more than five million TikTok followers. He shares a variety of medical videos, including his series on health hacks RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next The grocery shopping tricks you need to try now: Dietitian... Busy mum reveals how she cleans her dirty range hood filters... Share this article Share READ...
    Jenna Bush Hager has recounted how her twin Barbara Bush pierced her ear with a safety pin and an apple behind their parents' backs, saying her daring sister also tried to pierce her own belly button.  The former first daughter, 39, opened up about her five ear piercings on Monday's episode of the Today show, saying she has three on one side and two on the other. However, she admitted her parents — George W. and Laura Bush — never gave her her permission for a few of them.  'My sister pierced one of these with a safety pin and an apple when my parents weren't watching,' Jenna told her fourth-hour co-host Hoda Kotb. 'She iced it to numb it and then [had] an apple behind it and was like [yanking it through].' Scroll down for video   Rebels: Jenna Bush Hager, 39, revealed her twin sister Barbara pierced her right ear behind their parents' backs when they were younger  Bling ring: Jenna (pictured with Barbara) has a total of five ear piercings, three on her left ear and two on the right ...
    A miniature device worn in the inner ear could enable people suffering from ALS or other motor neuron diseases (MND) control a computer to communicate with the world. Called the 'Earswitch,' its operated by tensing the tensor tympani, a tiny muscle hidden in the ear, to remotely operate a keyboard to conduct tasks on a customized computer. The prototype is a silicone ear-piece embedded with a miniature camera that picks up movements when a user intentionally tenses their middle ear muscle.  Researchers believe the tensor tympani can still be controlled by people 'locked-in' due to a stroke or advanced MND. Current assistance devices, like the infrared devices used by Stephen Hawking, often become unusable as a user's condition advanced.  The Earswitch (pictured) uses a silicone ear-piece embedded with a miniature camera that picks up movements when a user intentionally tenses their tensor tympani, a tiny middle-ear muscle A prototype version of the Earswitch uses a silicone ear-piece embedded with a miniature camera that picks up movements when a user intentionally tenses their middle-ear muscle. The signal is conveyed to...
    (CNN)With unusually large eyes and hair-trigger hearing, the tiny desert-dwelling dinosaur hunted its prey at night, offering more definitive evidence that dinosaurs weren't only active in the daytime. It's one of the findings of two ground-breaking studies published Thursday that examined and reconstructed the inner ears of ancient fossilized beasts and compared them with the ear canals of living animals. The results offer intriguing insights into how dinosaurs may have experienced their world, including whether they were nocturnal hunters, attentive parents, clumsy flyers or land lubbers."Of all the structures that one can reconstruct from fossils, the inner ear is perhaps that which is most similar to a mechanical device," said paleontologist Bhart-Anjan Bhullar, senior author of one of the new studies that published in the journal Science, in a news release. Tyrannosaurus rex walked surprisingly slowly, new study finds"It's so entirely dedicated to a particular set of functions. If you are able to reconstruct its shape, you can reasonably draw conclusions about the actual behavior of extinct animals in a way that is almost unprecedented," said Bhullar, an assistant...
    WE'VE all had that satisfying feeling of cleaning our ears and seeing a waxy ear bud - but experts have said you should never poke cotton buds deep into your ear canal. So how should you be cleaning your ears and how often do you need to be doing it? 2Experts say you should never use cotton buds when attempting to remove wax from your earsCredit: Getty - Contributor Ear wax isn't actually a sign that you're unclean or dirty, and is completely natural. It's produced by the cells lining your outer ear and ear canal and is made up of a natural oily substance produced in the sebaceous glands. This natural oil gets mixed up with dirt, sweat and dead skin cells, which is what comes out when you use a cotton bud to clean your ears. Ear wax actually protects viruses and harmful bacteria from entering your ear canal as it creates a barricade. How often should you clean your ears? The NHS states that earwax falls out on its own - which means there's no need for...
    This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. Common ear infection symptoms are fever, ear pain or fullness, and a headache. DuxX/ Getty Images Common ear infection symptoms include fever, ear pain or fullness, and a headache.  Children tend to get ear infections more frequently than adults, and often develop a fever.  Ear infections can get better on their own, but antiobiotics can clear up most ear infections.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Medically referred to as "acute otitis media," ear infections can cause several symptoms, including fever, ear pain, and difficulty hearing. These symptoms can vary among adults and children.Common symptoms of an ear infection include:  Fever Ear...
    Alphabet X's moonshot factory is working on a new project codenamed 'Wolverine,' which is a wearable that gives users with super-human hearing. The Google-owned company confirmed the top-secret technology to Business Insider saying it has been working on an in-ear, sensor-packed device since 2018. The team, who spoke anonymously, revealed it will let users focus on one particular speaker in a group setting with overlapping conversations,' or speech segregation. Wolverine, according to Alphabet, is designed with extremely sensitive microphones that run on powerful algorithms that can determine who is speaking in order to block out additional noise. Scroll down for video  Alphabet X's moonshot factory is working on a new project codenamed 'Wolverine,' which is a wearable that gives users with super-human hearing through an in-ear, sensor-packed device (stock) The project's name, Wolverine, seems to be a nod at the famous Marvel comic book character that poses sense of sight, smell and hearing – all of which are superhuman abilities. However, it is not yet clear if Alphabet's device will keep the iconic name when or if it is released to...
    More On: sales This full leg massager is 25 percent off for Presidents Day Record retail spending expected in 2021 Sling TV offers free trial for limited-time anniversary deal Learn to play chess like a pro with this training If you suffer from migraines or constant inner-ear infections, you’ve probably tried a ton of treatments by now — and you’re entirely aware that finding one that truly works is difficult at best. Don’t worry. This handy little relief device is here to save the day. The Zōk is a natural and non-invasive treatment that uses inner-ear modulation to alleviate your migraines and headache symptoms. Right now, it’s marked down to $25.99 from $44, which is a 42% discount. To use the device, gently insert it into your ear and squeeze the attached pump. This will naturally relieve tension and pressure by stimulating the tympanic membrane. Basically, it alleviates stress on the nerves inside your head by changing the amount of pressure that’s placed on them. The best part is that it’s small, easy to use, and works manually —...
    In the search for the perfect face mask, one feature has stood out. While tie-around masks are great because they don’t hurt your ears, I find it frustrating to have to tie a mask everytime I step outside. Thankfully, there’s a solution: masks with adjustable ear loops. These masks stand out to me because they make finding the perfect fit a reality., We’ve rounded up some of our favorite face masks with adjustable ear loops so you can stay safe in comfort. Summersalt Face Coverings: These machine washable face masks come in a set of three — each one has adjustable ear loops so that you can get the perfect fit. Better yet, Summersalt will donate a face covering for every set sold. Summersalt Face CoveringsBuy at SummerSalt$32Buck Mason M2 All-Day Face Mask: Not only do these face masks come in a pack of 5 and offer adjustable ear loops, they are also made out of softer-than-soft pima cotton. They have reinforced seams, a padded nose bridge, and an anti-microbial coating to keep the mask fresh. Buck Mason M2 All-Day...
    Despite the small size, Earin didn’t omit any core features. The A-3 offers touch controls for music and calls along with accelerometers that detect which ear an earbud is in. Left and right isn’t pre-selected like most models — you can use either bud in either ear. The A-3 is also equipped with proximity sensors for in-ear detection. With an IP52 rating, these earbuds are sweat, splash and dust resistant, which should be enough protection to wear them during a workout. Earin In terms of battery life, Earin says you can expect up to five hours on the earbuds themselves. When you factor in the charging case, the company claims up to 30 hours of total use. What’s more, the case supports wireless charging, so you won’t have to reach for a USB-C cable every time you need to refuel. The A-3 will be available in Q1 2021 for $199. The earbuds are only available in black, but you’ll have the choice of either a black or silver for the aluminum charging case.
    A 9-year-old boy from New Jersey will finally get the only gift he's ever wanted this Christmas: An ear. Masyn Ortiz, of Jackson, was born missing an outer ear on his right side due to conditions called microtia and atresia. Last Friday, he underwent the first of two, free life-changing surgeries at New York City's Lenox Hill Hospital (featured in a Netflix docu-series released last Spring). The new ear will not only improve his looks but will also give him the gift of hearing, thanks to Lenox Hill and children's charity "The Little Baby Face Foundation." "It'll be the best gift he gets this year," his mom Nicole Oritz said. Masyn and mom Nicole Ortiz, of Jackson.Lenox Hill HospitalLenox Hill Hospital Dr. Thomas Romo and Masyn before surgery last week.Lenox Hill PhotoLenox Hill Director of Facial Plastic and Reconstructive surgery Dr. Thomas Romo harvested several pieces of Masyn's front ribs. Romo, also the LBFF founder, carved a custom ear from the cartilage in one, single procedure. The result? An ear, indistinguishable from a real one. Lenox Hill Director of Facial Plastic...
    Apple has unveiled its long-awaited over the ear headphones - the AirPods Max and they will be available from December 15 and cost an eye-watering £549. The wireless headphones are based on the technology behind the popular AirPods earphones first released in December 2016, but can be worn over the ears instead. Apple says the headphones have active noise cancellation to block out unwanted sound from outside, as well as spatial audio and adaptive EQ for better quality. They are available in five colours - space grey, silver, sky blue, green and pink but won't be shipping until December 15, with prices starting at £549. The other major announcement from Apple is the launch date of its new Fitness+ streaming exercise service - launching on December 14 and including fitness videos for dance, core, yoga, HIIT, treadmill, rowing and mindful cooldown. The wireless headphones are based on the technology behind the popular AirPods earphones first released in December 2016, but can be worn over the ears instead  Apple says the headphones have active noise cancellation to block out...
    Signs of infection ear in young children or infants they cannot always be easily related to the disease due to its lack of specificity, which can confuse and despair parents when it comes to providing a solution. At Mayo Clinic they review the symptoms that ear infection causes in young children and babies. Loss of balance, loss of appetite, restlessness, and fever are some of the signs that parents should be aware of. Symptoms of Ear Infection in Children and Babies You must be very attentive to the symptoms of problems in the ears. Source: Shutterstock When the ear infection occurs in young children or infants, the following may occur symptoms: Earache, especially at bedtime Pulling or tugging on the ear Sleep disorder Unusual crying Restlessness Difficulty hearing or responding to sounds Loss of balance Fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius) or more Fluid discharge from the ear Headache Loss of appetite A fast and accurate diagnosis will help the treatment of the baby’s ear infection. In this sense, it is preferable that you...
    Utah governor declares emergency, issues mask mandate: ‘We cannot afford to debate this issue’ A Covid vaccine could mean a slowdown in growth for grocers that benefitted from shuttered restaurants, report says An American fighter nicknamed Pain almost ripped his opponents ear off during a UFC fight, and weve got photos to prove it © Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC Max Griffin beat Ramiz Brahimaj in a UFC fight Saturday. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC The worst scene in Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs" movie has been reimagined in real life, during a mixed martial arts contest at the UFC Fight Night 182 event Saturday. Max Griffin, who is nicknamed "Pain," almost ripped his opponent's ear from his skull with a scything elbow strike in the third round. As a caveat, this is exactly as it sounds. WARNING: If you don't want to see photos and video of a man's ear hanging from his skull, do not read this story. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An American fighter nicknamed "Pain" almost ripped his opponent's ear off during...
    Max Griffin beat Ramiz Brahimaj in a UFC fight Saturday. Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC The worst scene in Quentin Tarantino's "Reservoir Dogs" movie has been reimagined in real life, during a mixed martial arts contest at the UFC Fight Night 182 event Saturday. Max Griffin, who is nicknamed "Pain," almost ripped his opponent's ear from his skull with a scything elbow strike in the third round. As a caveat, this is exactly as it sounds. WARNING: If you don't want to see photos and video of a man's ear hanging from his skull, do not read this story. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An American fighter nicknamed "Pain" almost ripped his opponent's ear off during a UFC match. It all went down during the preliminary card of Saturday's UFC Fight Night 182 event at the UFC Apex facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. In the second bout of the evening, Max Griffin and Ramiz Brahimaj fought a welterweight match but the scrap had to be stopped midway through the third round as Brahimaj was in danger...
    EARWAX could be tested to measure your stress levels and your risk of depression, experts have claimed. A special tool would collect the samples and these would then be shipped off to a lab for testing. 2Your ear wax could be the key to understanding your stress and depression Credit: Getty Images - Getty Once scientists receive the samples they will measure the levels of the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol is known as your “fight or flight” hormone and is designed to let you know when you are in danger. It also helps regulate your blood pressure and helps you control your sleep. Experts at University College London and King’s College London now say that high levels of the hormone could be used to detect depression and can help doctors rule out other illnesses. Andres Herane-Vives, who led the research said while you can measure levels of cortisol through other means, ear wax seems to be the most “stable” indicator. Dr Herane-Vives said: "We don't have a laboratory test for depression. 2The tool would have a sponge at the end...
    On Friday, October 23, Venezuelan model Aleska Genesis, who is well-known on social media for her stunning looks and awesome figure, took to her Instagram page and treated her followers to a very hot picture. In the snapshot, the 29-year-old model rocked a two-piece, animal-print bathing suit which perfectly accentuated her slender body. It consisted of a tiny top and equally skimpy bottoms which high lighted her pert booty and long, lean legs. The risqué ensemble also drew attention to her taut stomach. According to the geotag, the snapshot was captured at the Santa Monica State Beach in Los Angeles County, California. The pic was captured against the background of the Pacific Park. The famous Pacific Wheel, which is the world’s only solar-powered ferris wheel, could also be seen in the pic. To strike a pose, Aleska stood with her back turned toward the camera. She submerged her feet in the water and raised one of her arms, making a V-sign with her fingers. The hottie turned her head toward the camera, gazed at the lens, and lifted her chin....
    Ary Farias wins when ear of Johnny Campbell partially detaches WARNING! This story contains a graphic and potentially disturbing video. Proceed with caution. On Oct. 23, Taura MMA held its first event since the global coronavirus pandemic when it presented Taura MMA 10, held at the Upper Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The card featured a flyweight title fight between Felipe Gheno and Bruno Rodrigues in the main event, with the co-main event seeing Ary Farias face Johnny Campbell for the interim bantamweight championship. And it was in the latter contest that we got to see one of the most gruesome stoppages to an MMA bout this year. View this post on Instagram IMAGENS FORTES!! Olha só como ficou a orelha de @johnnyccmma no duelo com @aryfariasmma!! #TauraMMA #Taura #MMA #mmanews #fight #fighter #nocaute #submission #tko #ko #combate #knockout ▪▪▪ ????????: STRONG IMAGES !! Look how @johnnyccmmas ear was in the duel with @aryfariasmma !! #TauraMMA #Taura #MMA #mmanews #fight #fighter #nocaute #submission #tko #ko #combate #knockout ▪▪▪ ????????: IMÁGENES FUERTES !! ¡¡Mira cómo quedó la oreja de @ johnnyccmma en el...
    British model and TV personality Demi Jones went online on Friday, October 9, and treated her 1.1 million fans to a very hot snapshot. In the pic, Demi, who became famous after participating in the popular series Love Island, rocked an animal-print, one-piece swimsuit which left little to the imagination. The ensemble boasted a halterneck design and a large cutout on the chest which showed off some serious skin. She wore a black belt to accentuate her slim waist. The high-cut leg opening of the swimsuit put her sexy thighs and lean legs on full display. Demi wore her highlighted tresses in soft curls, letting her locks cascade over her shoulders and bosom. According to the geotag, the pic was captured at the Glye Hotel in London, United Kingdom. To pose, Demi could be seen sitting on the edge of a hot tub. A mirror, a gold canister, and a glass filled with a red-colored drink could be seen in the background. She partially submerged her legs in the water and placed her hands on the edge of the tub...
    On July 27, the Non Violins Marching Group performed songs outside of Senator Cory Gardner’s office in Denver and delivered a petition asking him to support an extension of the $600-a-week federal unemployment benefit. “Most musicians are entirely or largely unemployed because of COVID-19, as are many Coloradans, and we want Cory Gardner to focus a little bit more on helping those Coloradans, and a little bit less on the fundraising for his campaign,” says Helen McDermott, a Colorado Symphony violinist, one of the founders of the Non Violins who organized the event on July 27. The musicians played four different songs. While they performed “Amazing Grace” to honor those that have lost their lives from COVID-19, a police officer informed them that they weren’t allowed to continue to stand on federal property. McDermott asked him questions for long enough that her fellow musicians could finish their song. Related Stories Non Violins Marching Band Will Sound Off for Cory Gardner Today Wheelchair Sports Camp's Kalyn Heffernan "Sitting" for Mayor Musicians Blast DCPA and Denver Arts Leaders for Funding I-300...
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