By LISA SANDERS, M.D. JUNE 20, 2018 No matter what the girl eats or drinks, it always comes back, sometimes minutes or hours after consumption. Can you discover her diagnosis? Diagnosis A new series from The New York Times and Netflix. Help Dr. Lisa Sanders get to the bottom of unsolved medical mysteries. By LISA SANDERS, M.D. JUNE 20, 2018 “I don’t know where to go from here,” the doctor said to the 14-year-old girl, Lashay, and her anxious mother. The girl had been in the Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital in Salt Lake City for nearly a week. Her pediatrician had admitted her there because for the past 2 months the girl had been unable to keep anything she ate or drank in her system. Just about any food or drink, no matter what it was, seemed to come right back minutes or sometimes hours after being consumed. She’d lost nearly 10 pounds. It was strange and terrifying. She had no nausea, no abdominal pain, no diarrhea. She did … [Read more...] about Doctors Don’t Know Why This Teenager Can’t Keep Down Food and Drink. Can You Help?
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At a high school in Maryland's capital city of Annapolis, the principal ordered doors removed from bathrooms to keep students from sneaking hits in the stalls.A school system in New Jersey installed detectors in its high schools to digitally alert administrators to students looking for their next "rip."And recently in Fairfax County, Virginia, students broke into vape shops looking to score some nicotine. Those are just some of the consequences school administrators and law enforcement officials across the country are confronting as Juul e-cigarette devices have exploded in popularity among teens. Parents, principals and police struggle with underage use, worried the novelty of the slim e-cigarettes that look like USB drives and their fruity nicotine pods will create a new generation of addicted smokers."The problem with the juuling device is they say they are manufactured for adults, but it is manufactured in a way that appeals to children," said Deborah Wheeler, superintendent of the … [Read more...] about Juuling: If you don’t know what it is, ask your kids
Supported by Arts By GRAHAM BOWLEY and JON HURDLEAPRIL 11, 2018 Continue reading the main story Share This Page Continue reading the main story NORRISTOWN, Pa. — Chelan Lasha was 17 in 1986 when she went to Bill Cosby’s suite at the Las Vegas Hilton, after, she said, he told her he could help with her modeling career.She wet her hair to pose for modeling shots at Mr. Cosby’s request. Then he offered her what he said was an antihistamine to help her cold, and some almond liqueur. She took both, Ms. Lasha told a courtroom on Wednesday, because “I trusted him.”Then, she said: “He laid me on the bed; I could not move any more after that. He kept pinching my breast and humping my leg. Waking up, I was naked.”She said she heard him grunting, and with that, she imitated from the stand the sounds she said Mr. Cosby had made. Advertisement Continue reading the main story And when it was over, Ms. Lasha said, Mr. Cosby told her, … [Read more...] about Accuser to Cosby at His Sex Assault Trial: ‘You Remember, Don’t You?’
Welcome to Work Wise, a blog for workers, job hunters, employers and anyone else interested in the latest tips and news on the Twin Cities employment front. I’ve covered the local economy and workplace issues throughout the economic downturn and am excited to bring you this new blog. I hope to hear from you about what works and what doesn’t and how the Star Tribune can help you improve your job skills and job search capabilities. Have an idea? Feel free to contact me at [email protected] The Star Tribune’s first Work Wise blog post comes to you courtesy of a few spectacularly blundered job interviews. Human resource managers surveyed by the Robert Half International employment agency between 2002 and today created a comical-but-true list of job interviews that surely deserve the title “Don’t Do This!” Without further ado, here they are: “A job applicant came in for an interview with a cockatoo on his shoulder.” “The … [Read more...] about If you get a job interview, don’t do this…
It takes more than a blow-dry and a lunch-break mani to get red-carpet-ready. We reveal the tricks and tips the stars don’t want you to know. Have your colour done the week before an event Jason Hogan, colourist at celeb fave salon Josh Wood Colour Atelier (where everyone from Elle Macpherson to Kylie pops in for a ‘do) told us: “When my clients have a big event on the horizon, we do their hair colour seven days before so it has time to settle. But a day prior, we add a clear gloss – this makes it capture the light better in photos.” The night before, use Josh Wood Colour Everything Mask, £15, for serious shine. Apply a hair sealant As red-carpet season doesn’t take place solely in the LA sunshine (who remembers the drenched BAFTAs of 2009?), A-listers need hair that stays put – as do we. Luckily Chris Appleton, the man who keeps J.Lo in good hair, has the solution. He says: “Color Wow Dream Coat, £24, is like an umbrella for … [Read more...] about We reveal the tips and tricks the stars don’t want you to know