One week after their Armed Forces released photos and videos of UFO activity around the country, Chile has announced that Chupacabras are back.

These are goat sucking cryptids that are only seen in Spanish speaking countries and in parts of the US, such as Southwest Texas, where Spanish is the second language.

Chupacabras are blamed for the deaths of scores of hens at a chicken farm in San Antonio, Texas. In El Mercurio, Nathan Crooks quotes hen house proprietor Flor V

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Dust can be dangerous. In Redmond, Washington, a mysterious white dust has settled on everything, and residents want to know what it is.

On the King5 news website, Jane McCarthy quotes Redmond resident Bey Braun a saying that it?s “kind of volcanic. It reminded me of when Mount St. Helens blew.” She quotes Beth Marcey as saying that she?s been “living out here in 40 years, I’ve never seen anything like it.” David Creed says, “We’ve never seen anything like this.”

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The war against cancer may finally be won. Scientists have discovered a cheap and simple drug that kills almost all cancers by switching off their immortality. And it’s a drug that has ALREADY been used for years, so doctors know it’s safe. Other researchers are trying to use one deadly disease against another?HIV cells to kill cancer.

In New Scientist, Andy Coghlan reports that the drug is called dichloroacetate (DCA). No drug company holds the patent, so it can be produced cheaply, in a generic form. When injected into the bodies of rats with lung, breast and brain cancer, it killed the cancer cells but NOT the healthy cells. The problem with current cancer treatments is that they kill all cells.
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Numerous tests have shown that kitchen counters contain more germs that almost anywhere else in the house. Microwave ovens are good for more than just warming leftovers; they may also help protect your family from getting sick.

University of Florida engineering researchers have found that microwaving wet kitchen sponges and plastic scrubbers, whichare known to be common carriers of the bacteria and viruses that cause food-borne illnesses, sterilizes them rapidly and effectively. That means that the estimated 90% of Americans with microwaves in their kitchens have a powerful weapon against E. coli, salmonella and other bugs. DO NOT MICROWAVEPLASTIC, WOOD, OR ANY SPONGE THAT IS DRY.
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