Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Supported by The care and feeding of America’s “fur babies” has grown increasingly baroque. ByPeter Haldeman July 4, 2018 Miles, our pug puppy, was 5 months old and mounting everything he could wrap his front paws around. “We’re having him fixed soon,” my partner and I repeated like a mantra to friends as they politely extricated their legs. This is how we found out about Neuticles. Neuticles, one plugged-in acquaintance revealed, are prosthetic testicles for neutered pets. Kim Kardashian West’s boxer was Neuticled, as were Larry Flynt’s Doberman pinschers. Altogether over 500,000 animals have been surgically implanted with the silicone testes, according to Gregg A. Miller, who invented them in 1995. “Some people throw the dog in the car and have him turned into a eunuch … [Read more...] about The Secret Price of Pets
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By Mike Allen (@mikeallen; [email protected]) and Daniel Lippman (@dlippman;[email protected]) Story Continued Below JEB “IN FOR THE LONG HAUL”: Interview by Glenn Thrush in Concord, N.H., for his podcast, “Off Message”: “[T]his is a long-haul process. Public sentiment, how people feel will change. It always does, and if you stick to who you are and believe what you believe and persuade people over time and you’re consistent and you’re not in the witness protection program every time the going gets tough, the simple fact is you can win the day. And I’m in it for the long haul.” http://politi.co/23Sw9dJ ... Transcript http://politi.co/1NZwUpL... iTunes subscription page http://apple.co/1KAEDQn ... SoundCloud http://bit.ly/1PJQU5p LINK OF THE DAY: “POLITICO 100 [super PAC donors]: Billionaires dominate 2016 ... 100 biggest donors have given more than 2 million smallest,” by Ken Vogel and Isaac Arnsdorf: “Cruz … [Read more...] about 1 wakeup to N.H. PRIMARY – PFEIFFER: Marco less scary — BIGGEST SUPER PAC DONORS — HILLARY’S FINAL Iowa margin — TV SPENDING PER VOTE in Iowa — RED LOBSTER’S blown tweet — 10 BEST and 5 worst Super Bowl ads
The yelp from the baby monitor startled Noelia Ferreira from a shallow sleep. It took five seconds, maybe, to bolt across the hallway to her daughter’s room, her movements in the dead of night fluid, automatic. Abi was lying on her side, her limbs outstretched and rigid in the clutch of another seizure. Noelia leaned in close so their faces were inches apart, her long hair falling around them like a curtain. She gripped Abi’s hands in hers. Related Links A solitary vigil, a song of love “It’s OK,” she promised, making her voice strong. “You’re OK now.” In sleep, Abi resembled any 15-year-old, with her unruly curls, smooth skin, and slender limbs. But a rare prenatal glitch — a missing piece of genetic code — had interfered with her development. Abi’s body didn’t work the way it should. She could not speak or walk. She was partly blind and deaf, and it was hard to know how much she understood. Her mother … [Read more...] about Alone and untrained, a mother becomes nurse for her daughter with disabilities
Eleven British women die of ovarian cancer every day - and it is time to step up and do something about it. We have teamed up with Target Ovarian Cancer to launch the Fabulous #OvarIt campaign. Unlike cervical and breast cancer, we know very little about the disease and women are dying as a result.he charity's chief executive Annwen Jones says: "We need to educate GPs. Most women go to their GP three times before being correctly referred to ovarian cancer tests. This must change." Here, five survivors tell Lynsey Hope their stories.Correct diagnosis 'I'm lucky it was found early' CHAY NAIK is a 26-year-old trainee solicitor, from Farringdon, central London. She says: "I was 17 and studying for A-levels when I noticed my stomach getting big. I thought it was because I wasn’t exercising enough, but then my stomach started to feel hard. People said I looked six months pregnant. I initially thought it was IBS but I began to worry when I couldn’t lie on my front without it … [Read more...] about We speak to 5 ovarian cancer survivors who tell us their stories