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Those who had presumed that the US would chip in with weapons and body armor to help out the cause of the rebels in Syria in their fight against the Bashar al-Assad regime are disappointed as reported in theaustralian.com.au of dated 1st of
If you are barefoot and poor and couldn't afford to buy the Olsen Twins' infamous $39,000 crocodile backpack from their label The Row before it sold out last year, I knew there was a reason we weren't friends. Also good news, indigent: MK&A have just
Don't you hate it when you put a Band-Aid on and you don't know when the cut is healed? Then, you peel the Band-Aid off before the cut is closed and blood starts gushing out again while you are scrambling for another Band-Aid.
I always buy my sons vanity Band-Aids there's just something about the Incredible Hulk or Ninjas covering their boo-boos that makes them feel better...This past weekend, we went to a birthday party at an indoor play space complete with massive
Dickson worked as a cotton buyer for Johnson & Johnson, and his job gave him an idea. Taking a strip of adhesive tape, he cut out a square of cotton and placed a layer of crinoline on top...The product itself has changed comparatively little, but as
Man Seeks Justice After Bloody Band-Aid Pizza Encounter Perhaps the only thing worse than discovering spiders hiding in your Domino's pizza is biting down on your Pizza Hut pizza and finding a Band-Aid caked with dried blood in your mouth...It just
They're accidents we don't like to think about, but with a first aid kit handy, we can always be prepared. They come in really handy for minor injuries, Michelle Woods, Washington, Mo., graduate student, says. Woods learned how to assemble a first
Posted: Tuesday, January 25, 2011 9:03 PM EST We asked the Journal Review's Facebook friends their thoughts on the local hospital's name change and the decision to stop delivering babies beginning March 1 at Franciscan St.
We needed something that would stain the bandages and food dye would stain people's fingers," Consumer Reports spokeswoman Linda Zebian explained in an e-mail. "After some brainstorming, they thought of coffee...Seven of the nine types of bandages
Cynthia Rowley gives band-aids a new meaning with her super-chic collection, which launches just in time for fashion week. What happens when you put a famous fashion designer together with an item that we can't seem to live without?