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Reikorangi | The first case of human infection by bird flu in New Zealand has officially been confirmed by authorities this week as a local emu farmer is showing severe symptoms and is believed to have fallen victim to the disease.
Although human infection by avian flu is typically rare, infected birds do shed avian influenza virus in their saliva, mucous and feces, and any prolonged contact with these can be potentially hazardous to humans.
Boston | A 57-year old Catholic priest was admitted at the Boston Medical Center this morning under very embarrassing circumstances.
Father Wendel O’Connor was rushed to the hospital after he called 911 to report that he had “fallen in the shower” and had a 10-inch long crucifix stuck in his anal cavity.
The radiographs of his abdomen revealed that he, indeed, had a large religious symbol stuck in his rectum.
Doctor James Shephard, who treated Father O’Connor, says he was shocked when he saw the x-ray pictures.
A 37-year old man from New Jersey is suffering from an extremely discomforting side effect after participating in a clinical study of a new drug designed to prevent hair loss.
Brian Jennings, an unemployed electrician from Newark, grew a second complete set of external sexual organs after ingesting a new drug every day for two months, as part of a clinical trial for the pharmaceutical giant, Pfizer.
Surprisingly, his new organs are fully functional and seem to have grown as an extension of his original reproductive system.