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Tuesday, May 14, 2013

New Strain of Gonorrhea Considered to be Worse than AIDS

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You’ve spent much of your life afraid of what could happen if you were infected with HIV.  But then, with the advancement of drugs and the end of AIDS as a death sentence, we find that any relief we might have experienced was only short-lived.
Doctors are finding a new form of gonorrhoea that is not only resistant to all available treatments, but it’s considered to be worse than AIDS.
Gonorrhea HO41 is the name of the new infection, and it was found two years ago in a Japanese sex worker.  According to William Smith from the US National Coalition of STD Directors (NCSD), the potential for danger is tremendous.
“It’s an emergency situation,” Mr Smith told CNBC. “As time moves on, it’s getting more hazardous.”
The disease is currently in Japan, for the most part, and it hasn’t killed anyone.  But doctors are concerned that it could spread and they know they cannot fight it if it does.
“That’s what’s kind of scary about this. We are at lows in terms of infections, but this strain is a very tricky bug and we don’t have anything medically to fight it right now.”
Currently, the NCSD has asked for millions from the federal government in order to fight off the disease.  They say that if they don’t get help now, it’s going to be incredibly expensive to treat here in the US.
“This might be a lot worse than Aids in the short run because the bacteria is more aggressive and will affect more people quickly,” Dr. Alan Christianson told CNBC.
“Getting gonorrhoea from this strain might put someone into septic shock and death in a matter of days,” he said.

Two men arrested in Malcolm Shabazz murder in Mexico, more sought


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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Authorities in Mexico City have arrested two men on suspicion of the fatal beating of the grandson of U.S. civil rights activist Malcolm X in a bar last week and are looking for at least two more people, Mexico City Attorney General Rodolfo Rios said on Monday.
Malcolm Shabazz, who police have said was 29, died last Thursday at a bar just steps away from Mexico City's popular Plaza Garibaldi, where mariachis serenade tourists.
Police have arrested two men who are waiters at the bar, David Hernandez and Manuel Perez, and are looking for at least two more suspects, Rios said.
Shabazz was with Manuel Suarez, a labor rights activist who had recently been deported from the United States, when they were confronted by two women aged between 20 and 25 in the rough neighborhood of Tepito, said Rios.
The unidentified women, who police still want to question, took the two men to the Palace nightclub, said Rios. Shabazz and Suarez were then presented with a more than $1,200 bill, which they disputed. Police have described the Palace as a place of low repute.
"The aggrieved did not agree with the bill and couldn't come to an agreement," Rios said. Shabazz "was hit while his companion was threatened and had his belongings taken from him inside the building."
Shabazz, who had alcohol in his blood, died from blows to his head, ribs and jaw, Rios said.
Authorities were still trying to determine how Shabazz's body came to be dumped on the street, Rios said, noting that the bar's security cameras had been turned to face the wall.
Rios said rumors that Shabazz had jumped from the window were untrue. He said Shabazz's his family would not be coming to Mexico to recover the body.
Shabazz gained notoriety as a 12-year-old for starting a fire that killed his grandmother and Malcolm X's widow, Betty Shabazz.
(Reporting by Gabriel Stargardter; Editing by Leslie Adler)

Saturday, May 4, 2013

Mary Mary Gospel Singer Admits to Trying to Stab Cheating Husband

Mary Mary on the cover of Ebony


Famed gospel singers and sisters Mary Mary sat down with Ebony to discuss an intimate part of their lives — their husbands. The sisters, who aren’t twins despite the striking similarities in their appearance,ironically married men with the same last name: Campbell.
In 2000, Tina married Teddy Campbell, who is the drummer for The Tonight Show Band. Teddy brought a daughter, Cierra, from a previous relationship, but together the couple has four children. Erica married their record producer Warryn Campbell on May 26, 2001. Their wedding was documented on the TLC show, A Wedding Story.The couple has three children together.
During the ladies’ interview with Ebony, Tina revealed shocking details about her relationship after discovering her husband was having an affair. Read the excerpts from the interviews below:
Tina on discovering her husband was having an affair:
Once I became aware [of the affair], I initially wanted to kill my husband…I was considering adjusting the will, the living trust and all that kind of stuff. I did physically try to stab him. Several times…I never got to the point of physical harm, not really, but my words…My words hurt. 
Erica on husband going into the ministry: 
I feel like my husband has been called to minister…Now I said, ‘Lord, when I first started dating this guy he worked for Death Row Records, but he was from the church.’ That was a perfect combination for me: a little street, a little church.
A number of people were stunned to learn that a devout Christian such as Tina Campbell would confess to attempting to kill her husband for his adulterous ways and felt she should have not revealed the information at all. The Zulu King, a commenter on this site said: “h╬Áll, Why is Tina Campbell putting her business out there? Never would have known her husband cheated or she ‘how can she just kill man’ crazy. Let me google his name and cheating.”
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