A Texas girl is baffling doctors over her constant sneezing. Katelyn, 13, sneezes up to a staggering 12,000 times a day, averaging at least 20 times a minute.
The machine gun rapid sneezing started a few weeks ago after Katelyn left a clarinet lesson. The family has since visited six doctors, all whom have ruled out viruses and allergies.
Katelyn and her family spoke to KRIV and said it’s so bad that Katelyn can’t go to school. It started just a few weeks ago. Continue reading
If you signed up for your free Apple Music free 3-month trial and want to now cancel, before you’re automatically charged, here’s how.
Apple Music is a valuable service, however, some just can’t swing another $9.99 – $14.99 monthly charge. This handy graphic shows you step-by-step how to turn off automatic renewal.
Select the Apple Music Membership. Tap on the switch next to Automatic Renewal. Confirm you want to cancel by tapping on Turn off.
Patrick Schwarzenegger looks like he may be following in his father Arnold’s footsteps after getting caught red handed In Cabo hanging all over a girl, who was not Miley Cyrus.
Will this serve as a terminator to Patrick’s his current relationship? Or will Miley simply write off the impending wrecking ball of a snap?
Patrick immediately took to Twitter, saying the girl with her arms wrapped around Patrick was his best friend’s girlfriend. Continue reading
A Minnesota family has filed a lawsuit against a cafe after their son consumed the blue plate special flapjacks and died.
The Johnson family claims they were told by the restaurant, Bemidji’s Minnesota Nice Cafe, that the pancakes were dairy-free. Their son had a severe dairy allergy, and died shortly after a meal.
“He could light up a room,” his mother, Cindy Johnson, said. Continue reading
Farrah Abraham may be the victim of the world’s worst lip augmentation.
Abraham posted the frightening photos with the caption, “Girlfriends don’t say I didn’t warn ya ! #BOTCHED California #ER #fixit”
We’re told Farrah got a new procedure, where the doctor puts an implant in the patients lip Continue reading
If your child has an unexplained rash AND an iPad, you might need to toss the iPad, or at least put a case on it.
iPads contain nickel, and nickel is one of the most common allergy-inducing metals..
Recent reports in medical journals detail nickel allergies from a variety of personal electronic devices, Continue reading
BALTIMORE, MD. It is a nail-biting medical mystery that has doctors scratching their collective heads… A woman with a never-before-seen condition that is causing fingernails to grow out of her face.