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Tornadoes Reported in Mid and Southwestern States: 8

It’s time for one of nature’s biggest blockbuster hits: Tornado Season. On Thursday, the bulk of the Midwestern and Southwestern states experienced high winds and giant balls of hail in one day, and eight tornadoes touched down in Texas, Missouri and Illinois within an three-hour period. According to NBC News, four tornadoes hit Texas on Thursday evening between 6 p.m. …

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Pau Gasol Will Not Play Tonight Due to Vertigo

As this article is being written, the Lakers are set to play against the Phoenix Suns in less than an hour without another one of their top players. According to Lakers Nation, Pau Gasol has missed the last three games after being diagnosed with vertigo, and he will miss an important game against their division rivals tonight. The starting lineup …

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Vitamin D Supplements May Help Prevent Heart Disease

Vitamin D is once again in the hot spot; for some reason the scientists have decided to pick on this vitamin recently. While studies have claimed that vitamin D is not all that great as people once thought was, there have been other studies proclaiming that vitamin D is indeed all that, and more. The studies this year have discovered …

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Treblinka Camp Secrets: More Proof Holocaust Existed

NBC News tells us of the grim secrets recently found by archaeologists at a Nazi death camp. The findings were also documented by filmmakers and shown Saturday on the Smithsonian television channel. Treblinka is an Eastern Poland Nazi camp that claimed thousands of Jewish citizens in the early 1940s. The camp was destroyed by the Germans in 1943. After the …

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Los Angeles Earthquake: Effects & the Aftershocks

The Associated Press reports a 5.1 earthquake struck Orange Country Friday followed by over 20 aftershocks in the 2-3.6 ranges this entire weekend. This is the second earthquake in two weeks for Los Angeles– a week ago, a 4.4 tremor hit downtown L.A. with no significant damage. The most major damage sustained in this Friday’s earthquake were broken water mains …

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Cholesterol Medications Have a Romantic Side

U.S. News reports that new research from the American College of Cardiology’s 63 Annual Scientific Session asserts that certain cholesterol medications also improve erectile dysfunction by almost 25 percent. The soon-to-be most popular cholesterol medication in the world are of the statin variety, which go by the names of Altoprev, Crestor, Lescol, Mevacor, Pravachol and Zocor. These medicines are used …

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Joint Pain: Try Aloe Vera For Natural Relief

There are many reasons for joint pain– overexertion, under-exertion, arthritis, bursitis… you name it. In the name of natural science, Aloe Vera does a great job of soothing aching joint pains. Remember, if you can’t move the joint or you have recently suffered an injury, visit your doctor to make sure you haven’t broken any bones. Read on to see …

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Best Laptops: Here Are a Few Suggestions

As laptops have taken the main stage as the solely used computer in many households, the importance of choosing the right one has grown substantially. Things to consider when purchasing one of the best laptops are its battery life and if it can handle all of your necessary tasks. Here are the top three from a recently chosen lift of …

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The Smart Watch: The Good and The Pretty

The smart watch! What’s your favorite one? Oh, you don’t know what a smart watch is? Understandable. While it’s pretty obvious that sooner or later there would be a smart watch since there are smart-everything-elses, the whole smart watch phenomenon hasn’t blown up as fast as those iDogs and such. Nevertheless, they do exist, and people use them. The watches …

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The Good Wife: Will’s Dead, What Now?

The Good Wife, CBS’ standout legal drama gave the audience a shock Sunday with the killing off of lead character Will. The character has played an important part of the show; he’s a partner at the Lockhart Gardner law firm (which is where most of the action is based off of) as well as a love interest to Julianna Margulies’ …

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Denny Hamlin: Sinus Infection Ruins Race Day

Associated Press tells us that Denny Hamlin, ace NASCAR driver who was seventh in the points standing this Sunday, dropped to 11th after sitting out on today’s Fontana race due to a sinus infection. Hamlin was spotted wearing dark sunglasses indoors during the pre-race driver’s meeting, and complained of having a terrible headache and blurred vision. After being unable to …

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Home Security Systems: Affordable Advanced Options

If you’re looking for more home security options than ADT or the other Big Guy security systems, you may not have to settle for a drooly dog and the Batman signal– there are more affordable options for your piece of mind. There is a new generation of DIY security options that you should probably learn about– these can be used …

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