Patient Plays Violin During Brain Surgery In The U.K.

LONDON — Surgeons at King’s College Hospital in London removed a brain tumour from a woman who played the violin during the procedure. Doctors for violinist Dagmar Turner, 53, mapped her brain before the surgery to identify areas that were active when she played the instrument and those responsible for controlling language and movement. Doctors then woke her in mid-procedure so she could play to “ensure the surgeons did not damage any crucial areas of the brain that controlled Dagmar’s delicate hand movements,” the hospital said in a statement. “We knew how important the violin is to Dagmar, so it was vital that we preserved function in the delicate areas… Read More

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Everything You Need To Know About Homemade Baby Food

Once babies are about four to six months old, they stop subsisting on solely breast milk or formula and Healthy Meals Fit For Baby (And The Rest Of Your Family, Too) Teach Your Kid There’s More To Showing Love Than Hugs And Kisses Parents, Reduce Your Consumption In 7 Easy Steps Exercising After Having A Kid Is Tough, But Not Impossible Science Says Parents Can Stop Feeling Guilty About These 5 Things …read more Source:: The Huffington Post – Canada Music       

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Toiletry Bags You’ll Want To Flaunt All Over The Airport

There are two kinds of packers in the world: Those who expertly fold and fit their clothing into their luggage weeks before a trip (kudos to you), and those who rush to sporadically plan outfits and pack a toothbrush a few hours before check-in. Even though we fall into the latter group, there’s one area where we don’t slack, and that’s packing beauty products. Our toiletry stash is usually the first thing to get organized. We’ve got bins of travel-sized face masks and body lotions stowed away for the next vacation, and makeup minis are always set aside — just in case. The only thing more enjoyable then fitting together… Read More

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NASCAR driver Ryan Newman released from hospital after Daytona 500 crash

Two days after his horrible Daytona 500 crash, NASCAR driver Ryan Newman is out of the hospital. Newman was hospitalized on Monday after being nudged out of control at the end of the Daytona 500, with NASCAR at the time saying he was in “serious condition” but that his injuries were “not life threatening.” It took almost 20 minutes for Newman to be removed from the car after the crash, ESPN reports. Here is the final lap of the Daytona 500 in which Ryan Newman’s car was flipped at the line. We will continue to keep you updated on his status as we learn more. pic.twitter.com/qkEwQBpoP0 — FOX: NASCAR (@NASCARONFOX)… Read More

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Sen. Victor Oh Broke Ethics Code 4 Times With All-Expenses Paid Trip To China

OTTAWA — The Senate’s ethics officer says Conservative Sen. Victor Oh breached the upper house’s ethics code four times when he accepted an all-expenses paid trip to China in 2017. Moreover, Pierre Legault says Oh withheld information and deliberately misled the investigation into the trip, raising questions about his integrity. At issue is a delegation Oh led on a visit to Beijing and Fujian province in April 2017; the delegation included Chinese-Canadian community leaders, as well as two fellow Conservative senators, Leo Housakos and Don Plett. Oh told Legault the trip was “a personal sightseeing journey” to his ancestral home, paid for by his sister. But in a report tabled… Read More

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The Dangerous Skull Breaker Challenge Isn’t Actually Going Viral Because Of TikTok

The cycle of viral memes and challenges is endless. While most are funny and harmless, some come along that are actually quite dangerous. The latest viral challenge causing wide spread concern and inspiring stark reactions from parents worldwide is the Skull Breaker Challenge, and the videos are as unsettling as the name would suggest. The challenge involves two people in on the prank standing on either side of a third person who does not know what is about to happen. All three people stand in a straight line and are told to jump in the air. The person in the middle, who is, again, not aware of the challenge, jumps… Read More

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