Sick News Archive
This is just terrible!!
In Mozambique, in Southern Africa, at least 69 people have been killed by poisoned beer.
49 others were admitted to hospitals in the northeastern Tete province and another 146 have reported to hospitals to be examined for poisoning!
How did all of this happen??
A traditional Mozambican beer, Pombe, made from millet or corn flour, was imbibed at a funeral.
It's believed that the beer was poisoned with
It's not everyday an obituary goes viral.
Though it's not everyday that Spider-Man dies.
Minneapolis man Aaron Joseph Purmort tragically passed away from cancer at the young age of 35.
A wonderful man with a great sense of humor, Aaron and his wife Nora wrote his obituary together.
Published in the Star Tribune, on Sunday November 30th, his obit read:
Say it 'aint so!
Our beloved Cher is feeling so under the weather, that she just had to cancel the rest of her current tour!
She had been canceling and rescheduling shows for a while, but on Thursday the superstar officially gave the last leg of her Dressed 2 Kill tour the axe.
In an official statement, Cher begrudgingly mourned:
Zoe Fennessy, 26, is a British mother who suffers from a rare illness that causes musicogenic seizures.
Basically, whenever she hears Ne-Yo's music she has violent seizures.
Her condition was so serious she actually had brain surgery to remove her left temporal lobe!
Sadly, she still
Eric Hart's super cute, super tiny son Collier has been stuck in the hospital since his premature birth in July.
What was this dad to do for his child when Halloween rolled around and his kid was still hospitalized?
Being a professional prop maker must've come in handy for this skilled dad… he made his son an Iron Man costume!!
Here's what he said:
North American Newt & Salamander Populations Are Being Threatened By A Horrifying Flesh-Eating Fungus
While Americans worry about catching Ebola, the newts and salamanders are worried about something else entirely!
Whether or not these amphibians know it, a deadly fungus is headed for the states, and it could devastate their populations!
University of Maryland researcher Carly Muletz explained: