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    People of a sensitive disposition who are easily repulsed may have evolved this trait as a natural way of avoiding infections.  Scientists found people with a low threshold for feeling disgusted are less likely to be infected with bacteria or viruses.   This, researchers say, proves Charles Darwin's 19th-century theory that disgust evolved as a self-defence mechanism is indeed true.  However, the disgust screening tool does not protect against all diseases, including Covid-19, because of a lack of detectable clues, such as an offensive smell or sight.  Scientists found people with a low threshold for feeling disgusted are less likely to be infected with some form of pathogen. This, researchers say, proves Charles Darwin's 19th-century theory that disgust evolved as a self-defence mechanism is indeed true (stock) 'We found that people with higher levels of disgust had lower levels of inflammatory biomarkers that were indicative of having bacterial or viral...
    A McDonald's employee has revealed the multi-step process it takes to clean the grills at the fast food chain, scraping off the caked-on grease and charred meat that collects after grilling up burgers for countless customers.  Josiah Kim shared behind-the-scenes clips from his McDonald's restaurant, filming as he scrapes, washes, scrubs, and brushes the dirty grills. The videos have quickly gone viral, leaving some viewers horrified, others satisfied, and others amazed still that the grills actually get such a deep clean.  Cleanup time! A McDonald's employee has revealed the multi-step process it takes to clean the grills at the fast food chain Heavy duty: First, he uses a scraper to 'scrape the gunk off,' a brown residue which looks like a mix of charred beef remnants and grease Hard work! After pouring water, he uses a squeegee to scrape off some of the mess The...
    HIT the sauce a bit too hard this New Year's Eve? Feel as sick as a parrot? If you’re struggling to cope with a hangover then look no further as we’ve asked the experts to reveal their top tips to make you feel human again. 6 Experts have revealed their top tips on curing a hangoverCredit: Getty Images How can I cure a hangover? Rehydrate Booze can make you expel up to four times as much water, which is why you always feel like a slug in a salt mine the morning after. Make sure you drink lots of water before you go to sleep, but well, we all know how hard that is once you’ve knocked back a thousand tequilas and passed out on the front step. In any case, water is your best friend and will flush toxins out of your system. Isotonic drinks can also give you an extra...
    Rustling up a perfectly prepared meal takes some skill - but these pictures prove that not everyone has the talents to dish up a stunning plate of food. These stomach-churning food fails showcase how very wrong people can go in the kitchen - from very burnt sourdough to instant noodles bizarrely teamed with a banana. Bored Panda collated the amusing gallery of photographs illustrating some of the worst mealtime disasters from around the world. One social media user captured the disappointing burger they were given from a takeaway venue, which featured a lot of garlic cloves.  Rustling up a perfectly prepared meal takes some skill - but these images prove that not everyone has the talents to dish up a stunning plate of food. Pictured, Instant noodles teamed with a banana These stomach-churning food fails showcase how very wrong people can go in the kitchen - such as making a very burnt...
    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Pa. (CBS) — Eyewitness News has learned sad news regarding a story we covered Wednesday night. Diane Clifford, a longtime volunteer at St. Albert the Great Parish in Huntingdon Valley, passed away during the overnight hours, according to a family member. A large group gathered Wednesday night hoping to give strength to Clifford. A few hundred students and family members from St. Albert the Great Parish met at a home in Bustleton last night. There was a makeshift choir signing Christmas carols hoping the person inside the home could hear them. “She was at St. Alberts for 30 years,” Clifford’s brother, Joe Gazarra, said. Clifford was diagnosed with late-stage stomach cancer just two weeks ago and was in hospice. MORE ON CBSPHILLY.COM ‘No Conceivable Justification’: Gov. Tom Wolf Appeals Pennsylvania Judge’s Order To Halt Further Vote Certification 12-Year-Old Among 3 Juveniles Charged With Murder In Beating Of...
    Here’s good news for all Tovino Thomas fans as the actor was discharged from the hospital today afternoon. He was earlier taking treatment for his stomach injury. There were reports that he had suffered an internal injury while shooting for an action scene for his next, Kala. While the actor was admitted to an ICU, we are glad to report that his condition improved with time and he was even discharged today afternoon. Actor Tovino Thomas Slams AHP & Bajrang Dal Members For Vandalising Sets of Church Built For Malayalam Movie Minnal Murali. Despite his discharge, the actor has been advised complete bed rest for the next couple of weeks. He won’t be able to resume the shooting of Kala anytime soon. The movie is based on the concept of Man vs Wild and will revolve around the subject of evolution. The film had resumed its shooting on September 7...
    A software engineer resigned from Facebook Tuesday morning because they could 'no longer stomach contributing to an organization that is profiting off hate'. Ashok Chandwaney, 28, who is non-binary and uses 'they' and 'them' as pronouns, posted a nearly 1,300-word resignation letter on Facebook's internal employee network because they felt it was time to take a stand.  'I’m quitting because I can no longer stomach contributing to an organization that is profiting off hate in the US and globally,' Chandwaney wrote in the letter that was obtained by The Washington Post.  Chandwaney said that Facebook is more concerned with profits than promoting social good.  Software engineer, Ashok Chandwaney (pictured), 28, resigned from Facebook Tuesday morning because they could 'no longer stomach contributing to an organization that is profiting off hate' Chandwaney cited the rise of racism and incitements to violence on the social media platform from members of the Boogaloo...
    TRAVEL restrictions are tightening but that isn’t stopping the stars from posing up a storm in their bikinis. And they’ve got a new pose to boot - and the latest one might be the weirdest yet. 9Kylie Jenner showcased the Pregnant Pause on her Instagram yesterdayCredit: Instagram The Pregnant Pause is the latest stance to be flooding Instagram with stars like Kylie Jenner and Chloe Ferry flaunting it. To pose sees stars touching their stomachs as if cradling a baby or suffering from a stomach cramp. It was championed by Instagram queen herself Kylie Jenner who shared a snap of herself perfecting the Pregnant Pause yesterday. And she isn’t the only one. 9Chloe Ferry has been putting the stance into practice around the houseCredit: Instagram 9She has relied on the pose more than onceCredit: Instagram 9Ellie Brown practised the double clutch while in a gold bikiniCredit: Instagram 9Stephanie Lam brought...
    Slippery elm bark may help reduce acid reflux. Hakat/Getty Images The best diet for GERD includes alkaline foods like bananas and cauliflower. An eating plan like the Mediterranian Diet has also been found to benefit people with GERD. You should also be sure to avoid carbohydrates, spicy foods, and fatty foods. This article was medically reviewed by Atif Iqbal, MD, FACS, FASMBS, board-certified general surgeon and medical director of the Digestive Care Center at MemorialCare Orange Coast Medical Center in Fountain Valley, CA. Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a condition defined by having persistent and frequent bouts of acid reflux. The condition is common and affects about 20% of Americans. Though these episodes can be uncomfortable, changing your diet can help ease some of the most troublesome symptoms.  Normally, the lower esophageal sphincter (LES), a valve that connects your stomach and throat,...
    SAN ANTONIO – Kids are not immune to feeling stress caused by the coronavirus pandemic, a new study suggests. Researchers in Norway studied nearly 5,000 students between ages 11 and 15 and found those who reported higher levels of school-related stress were more likely to experience headaches, backaches, stomach pain or dizziness. How to keep your cooped up kids injury-free, out of the emergency room Experts say the stress can vary by age and that parents need to watch out for physical signs from their children.Signs of stress (WDIV)Parents should look for a lack of emotion or toilet training regression as signs of stress in toddlers, doctors said. Positive discipline 101: How to rein in your kids when the pandemic changes the relationship Older kids may have trouble sleeping, canker sores, headaches or complain about stomach or leg pain. Children may also be more clingy, withdrawn, angry or agitated. To...
    A hungry seagull has been captured on camera swallowing a huge rat whole in front of bystanders. The clip was filmed in the city of Rome, Italy, which is slowly emerging from a coronavirus lockdown. In the clip, which has gone viral with three million views online, the seagull is seen on a pavement with the large rodent in its beak.  Scroll down for video   The hungry seagull has been captured on camera swallowing a huge rat whole in front of onlookers The seagull then swallowed the bird whole as the person filming exclaimed: 'Oh my God!' With only the rat's tail visible from its mouth, the seagull flew off when somebody walks out of an entrance and appears to scare it.  The city has seen less tourists and empty streets amid the coronavirus lockdown, which is starting to be eased.   Many online users complained about the lack of street...
    Researchers have revealed what a 2,800-pound armor-plated dinosaur ate for its last meal before it perished around 110 million years ago. In 2011, miners accidentally uncovered the fossilized remains of a dinosaur specimen representing the species Borealopelta markmitchelli—a type of nodosaur—at a site near Fort McMurray in Alberta, Canada. Following the discovery, a team of Canadian scientists from the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology, Brandon University, and the University of Saskatchewan (USask) began investigating the extremely well-preserved specimen, whose fossilized stomach contents have survived to this day as a soccer-ball-sized mass.Read more Scientists Dub Region 'Most Dangerous Place in the History of Planet Earth' 'Wonderchicken' From 66 Million Years Ago Is 'Oldest Known Modern Bird' Fossil of Gondwanan 'Crazy Beast' From 66 Million Years Ago Discovered "The finding of the actual preserved stomach contents from a dinosaur is extraordinarily rare, and this stomach recovered from the mummified nodosaur by the...
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