TED Turner founded CNN in 1980 as the first 24 hour all-news cable network. He went on to become vice chairman of media conglomerate Time Warner. Here's what you need to know. How old is Ted Turner? Robert Edward Turner is 79 years old. Born on November 19 1938 he was the only child of Florence and Robert Edward Turner II. He started helping with his dad's advertising business from a young age. But his father was physically abusive and ended up committing suicide when Ted was 24. After his father’s death he took over the business and drowned himself in work to cope with his grief. His efforts paid off and soon the business started earning a lot of money. Turner is suffering from a form of dementia that leaves him exhausted and forgetful. When did the CNN founder marry Jane Fonda? Turner and Jane Fonda married on December 21 1991 at a ranch near Capps, Florida. The pair divorced on May 22, 2001 in Atlanta. He said he once thought about running … [Read more...] about How old is Ted Turner, when did the CNN founder marry Jane Fonda and what’s the WCW owner’s net worth?
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FENTANYL is a prescription painkiller that gives relief from chronic diseases and is said to be 100 times more powerful than morphine. Here's all you need to know about the drug that Prince accidentally overdosed on - and has been linked to an increasing amount of deaths in the UK. What is Fentanyl? Fentanyl is a strong opioid painkiller that is used by many patients around the world suffering from chronic conditions. It works by stopping pain signals being sent to the nerves in the brain, meaning users do not suffer any discomfort. Due to its strength, it is highly controlled by doctors and pharmacists and cannot be prescribed for children. It can be administered in patch form or can be injected into the body via a needle or a drip. Hampshire Police Detective Superintendent Paul Barton, head of organised and serious crime in Southampton, said a major operation revealed the drug is becoming alarmingly more common. He said: "It's a cutting agent that is mixed with various drugs, … [Read more...] about What is Fentanyl, what is the drug used for, are there side effects and how was it linked to Prince’s death?
By Karen D'Souza | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: June 20, 2018 at 7:00 am | UPDATED: June 20, 2018 at 7:01 am Catching some rays sure isn’t as easy as it used to be. The world of sun protection involves a dizzying array of products, ingredients and SPF ratings. Sunscreen now comes in sticks, lotions, sprays and powders. There are so many choices that it’s easy to get lost wandering through the sunscreen aisle on your way to the beach. But you need to make the effort because skin cancer is the most common cancer in this country, according to the FDA, and most cases of melanoma are caused by ultraviolet exposure. In fact, if you get five blistering sunburns in your life, you have doubled your risk of melanoma. Unfortunately, many of us don’t fully understand the key differences between one kind of sunscreen and another. And if you have kids in tow while you go shopping you had better act fast or the sunscreen won’t … [Read more...] about Sunscreen: a user’s guide to everything you need to know about sun protection
Obesity is not merely a cosmetic problem, but a severe threat to health and longevity. That old saying, “The longer the belt, the shorter the life,” is entirely accurate. Associated with obesity are diabetes and heart disease among others. This can be confirmed by Googling or Yahooing, “Could Sulfur Deficiency be a Contributing Factor in Obesity, Heart Disease, Alzheimer’s, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?” written by Dr. Stephanie Seneff, a noted scientist at MIT. In order to make this a complete article I’m going to include some of the findings of the first article on the subject of Obesity Prevention. The origins of obesity often lie in early childhood. Statistically, children who are overweight by age 2 turn into fat adults more frequently than their lean playmates as early feeding patterns set the stage for adult obesity. The most common mistake is fattening the child with excess starch and cow’s milk. Most infants receive starchy foods as … [Read more...] about Put an end to people seeing you and saying “fat, fat, the water rat!
Wednesday, February 28, 2018 by: Zoey Sky Tags: BOB, bug out, bug out bag, Collapse, disaster, preparedness, prepper, prepping, SHTF, survival, survival skills (Natural News) Don’t get complacent just because you’ve recently purchased some expensive gear for your bug-out bag (BOB). None of the price tags on any item will matter if you don’t know how to use them and if you don’t have a detailed bug out plan for when SHTF. Do your prepping now while you still have time. If you don’t have BOBs for your family yet, start packing them. Make sure your bug-out vehicle is full of supplies and that it can take you to safety at a moment’s notice. You won’t have the luxury to shop when disaster strikes and other people start panicking around you. Here’s what you should do in the first hour after SHTF: (h/t to PreppersWill.com.) Get your priorities straight and address them. In the first 60 minutes after a survival scenario, your … [Read more...] about You must act fast when SHTF: What to do in the first hour