A woman that was set alight in a drug-fueled fit of unfounded jealous rage claims she is happier than ever

Woman claims she is happier than ever after enduring horrific attack which left her with severe burns

Dana Vulin from Perth, Australia was attacked 10 years ago by an incensed woman who falsely accused her of sleeping with her husband. In a fit of rage and under the influence of crystal meth, Natalie Dimitrovska broke into Dana’s flat in the early hours of February 16, 2012, and demanded to know where her … Read more

51 Celebrity Photos taken just before they died

Celebrity Deaths

Many of us view celebrities as being superior to ordinary people. They seem to have it all money, fame and exciting lives, however in reality they are as human as anybody else and no matter how successful or renowned they are, famous people’s lives end as do all others in death. And the same as … Read more

Oldest male gorilla passes away at 61

Oldest male gorilla dies at Atlanta Zoo

Ozzie, the world’s oldest male gorilla was found dead by his care team at the Atlanta zoo on Tuesday. He was at 61 years old, the world’s oldest male gorilla. “This is a devastating loss for Zoo Atlanta,” said Raymond Kind, the president and CEO of the zoo. “Ozzie’s life’s contributions are indelible, in the … Read more

TV Binge-viewing increases the risk of blood clots by 35%

Could your TV addiction kill you?

The consequences of watching too much television could potentially kill you. New research claims that people who watch more than four hours of TV per day are more prone to develop a potentially fatal clotting condition known as venous thromboembolism (VTE) the most common which is knows as deep vein thrombosis (DVT). Television viewing has … Read more

Foreign Visitors not happy regarding Chinese Anal Swabs to detect Covid-19

Prior to the Olympic Games commencing in Beijing, China has again been subjecting people to Anal Swab Tests in an effort to detect the Omicron Variant. The Beijing News reported that approximately 27 people were given anal swabs last week. They were conducted in an apartment building in Beijing’s Haidian district. A woman who was … Read more

Will a Chip Implant to confirm coronavirus vaccination be introduced?

The COVID-19 Passport Microchip

A Swedish company ‘Epicenter’ who has already successfully used microchip technology in the past has presented a way to store a person’s COVID-19 vaccine passport under the skin. This was reported through a video on Friday from the South China Post. The firm has presented an implant that is capable of storing a COVID passport … Read more

World’s most expensive cities 2021

Rapid changes that have affected the world during the last couple of years have resulted in a very different outcome to the annual rankings of the most expensive cities in the world results for 2021. The latest study was conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) and data for the survey has been carried out … Read more

Poignant photo of six dead giraffes spotlights Kenya drought

Kenya's devastating drought threatens animals and people with starvation

Six dead giraffes lie together, their skeletal corpses intertwined with another. The tragic aerial shot of these beautiful animals who died because they were unable to find anything to eat or drink was taken by photojournalist Ed Ram. Kenya’s devastating drought has left millions of Kenyans facing starvation. The United Nations (UN) stated on Tuesday … Read more

Coronavirus new variant ‘AY.4.2’ could be even more infectious than Delta

New coronavirus variant emerges

Newly recognized Coronavirus variant AY.4.2 also known as “Delta Plus” has been related in approximately 6 percent of cases in the United Kingdom. Studies suggest that AY.4.2 could be 10 percent more transmissible than the most common U.K. Delta variant AY.4 according to Francois Balloux, PhD, director at the University College London Genetics institute. An … Read more