Miley Cyrus still hospitalized, cancels another show By Ariana Bacle . St. Louis won’t be twerking along with Miley Cyrus tonight: The pop star announced this morning on Twitter that she is still in the hospital and has to cancel tonight’s show.
Chronixx Chronixx management not only denied reports claiming that the reggae singer was beaten in Pris, but also say they are taking legal actions.On Tuesday morning reports surfaced online claiming that Chronixx and his entourage were attacked over the weekend at a concert in the French capital.The report claimed that Chronixx disobeyed rules set by the concert promoters and was subsequently denied access to the stage. But members of his entourage proceeded to assault of the security guard.
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athlete's foot has nothing to do with athletes. It's a fungal infection of the feet. Also known as tinea pedis, or "ringworm of the feet," it has nothing to do with worms either. The Trichophyton fungus that causes the redness, itching, cracking, and scaling of athlete's foot can also infect the scalp, where it causes hair loss and scaly patches; the body, where it causes round, red, scaly patches that itch; and the groin, where the so-called "jock itch" causes itching and thickening of the skin. So what causes athlete's foot? Athlete's foot is the most common fungal infection of the skin. The fungus loves hot, dark, moist environments.
Athlete's foot fungus isn't just found in locker rooms,in fact, most people harbor the fungus on their skin, but it's kept in check by bacteria that also normally live on the skin. Athlete's foot infection,medications, including antibiotics, corticosteroids, birth control pills, and drugs that suppress immune function, can make you more susceptible. People who are obese and those who have diabetes mellitus or a weakened immune system, such as those with AIDS, also are at increased risk. Although anyone can get athlete's foot, teenage and adult males are at the top of the fungus-foot list Most cases of athlete's foot cause only bothersome redness, itching, flaking, and scaling on the soles of the feet and between the toes. In severe cases, however, blisters form on the soles of the feet; fissures, or cracks, that weep fluid can also open between the toes. These fissures can cause a stinging pain and are vulnerable to secondary infection. When the infection involves the toenails, it can cause the nails to become discolored and thick. Also, if left untreated, athlete's foot can infect other parts of the body.Doctors don't agree on exactly how athlete's foot is spread, but most believe it's passed by direct contact with an infected person or with a contaminated surface, such as the floor of a shower stall. But the real determinants of whether or not you'll get the infection are how susceptible you are and how dry you keep your feet.
Jah Cure, Christopher Martin Vehicles Seized By Jamaican Government
Two high end vehicles belonging to reggae singers Jah Cure and Christopher Martin were seized this week by a Jamaican anti corruption officials.
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THE University of the West Indies (UWI), Mona on Wednesday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with GenCanna Global, Inc -- trading as Strains of Hope -- to facilitate the conduct of research into the medicinal properties of marijuana (cannabis sativa). The agreement, which will be effective for a period of three years, was signed by Pro-Vice Chancellor and Principal of the UWI Mona Campus Professor Archibald McDonald and Strains of Hope's founder/director, Josh Stanley.Under the terms of the MOU, researchers at the UWI, Mona will collaborate with researchers at Strains of Hope on fundamental, academic research related to the development of the medical cannabis industry."The aim is to identify the biological and chemical properties of medical cannabis (or medical marijuana), with a view to determining how the plant works to treat disease or alleviate the symptoms of disease," a statement from the university said.The parties have also agreed to provide support with the drafting of legislation related to the decriminalisation of marijuana for medical purposes, to the utilisation of UWI's capabilities in analytical botanical chemistry and biological areas and UWI's greenhouse/atrium for small-scale, controlled research growth, focusing on all aspects of strain, including growing conditions and DNA sequencing.Strains of Hope is one of the largest marijuana growers and dispensary owners in Colorado, United States of America.Stanley and his brothers have been crossbreeding a strain of marijuana high in the compound cannabidiol and low in tetrahydrocannabinol. He said cannabis is being used by some individuals to treat a wide range of illnesses including epilepsy, paediatric cancer and the reduction of nausea and vomiting in chemotherapy. However, insufficient data exists for any conclusions to be drawn about its safety and efficacy. As such, he said, the collaboration with the university would assist in providing that information.