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6th Graders End Up In Hospital After Eating Pot Brownie!!

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This is awful!

Six boys and one girl have been hospitalized after they all ate a piece of a pot laced brownie.

They allegedly were given the "special" brownie by another student who failed to warn them of its super potent ingredients!

Firefighters were called to Pomona Elementary School after seven children arrived at the nurse's office and complained of symptoms that ranged from difficulty breathing, nausea, and vomiting - poor kiddos!

All seven students were hospitalized, but it looks like they're all okay as the seven kids have all been released to their parents.

The details are still unclear whether the student who passed out the brownie knew of its illegal ingredients, but if that student did know and the student failed to warn the classmates of it - then that is SO uncool!

Learn more about the story by watching the video (above) !!!

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Pit Bull Protects Missing Toddler Lost In The Woods!

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A true testament to just how loyal an animal companion can be!

Check out this remarkable story of a Texas toddler who wandered away from her grandmother's house and was lost in the woods for six hours, only to be protected by the family's pet pit bull, Brownie, who didn't leave her side until she was rescued by the search party looking for them (above)!

We know that that specific breed of dog can be considered aggressive and, in some sad cases, even dangerous, but it's clear from this how high their capacity is for love, affection, and protection - and all for a child as young as three!

We couldn't be more thrilled that the little one was found safe and sound, and is back with her family.

Brownie certainly deserves a belly rub and delicious treat for dinner tonight!

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Oh No! J. Edgar/Social Network Star Armie Hammer Arrested For Pot!

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We like him better when he's singing Right Said Fred's I'm Too Sexy!

We're bummed to report that J.Edgar/Social Network star Armie Hammer was arrested back in November for pot possession.

According to the recently surfaced police records, he was caught with marijuana in his car at a border patrol checkpoint in West Texas…by a drug sniffing dog!

The records show that he had the following in his possession:

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Massachusetts Mayors Seek To Ban Sleep Inducing Brownie

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Two Massachusetts mayors are attempting to ban Lazy Cakes, melatonin-laced brownies that melt in your mouth, then help you pass out.

The company behind the product describes them as "a dietary supplement to aid adults who lead a stressful, energy drink fueled lifestyle to wind down and relax."

Although intended for adults, mayors of of Fall River and New Bedford believe the snack is intentionally marketed to children.

By looking at the mascot, we can see why. That's one COOL brownie! Ha!

Each Lazy Cake contains eight milligrams of melatonin, an unregulated sleep-inducing supplement. Considering there are about 5,000 melatonin related emergencies a year, there is some legitimate cause for concern.

Dr. Caroline Apovian, director of the Nutrition and Weight Management Center at Boston Medical Center, says that if two more milligrams of the supplement were added, an adult would "abruptly fall asleep".

That's pret-ty potent! Sounds like nobody should be eating these before they operate a vehicle.

Children should DEFINITELY not be able to get their hands on these sleepy treats either. A 2-year-old boy from Arizona fell into a deep sleep and had to be hospitalized after he took a few bites from one.

Scary! Although not life-threatening, melatonin overdoses in children are associated with nausea, gastrointestinal problems, changes in mood, headaches and other effects.

In the products defense, the Lazy Cakes website specifically warns:

"Lazy Cakes are recommended for adults only! Although perfectly safe for adults, these are NOT a snack for children…As with any product, it is highly recommended that you read the labels."

While we don't think snack food labels should be required reading material, anyone buying a brownie to help them fall asleep should know better than to feed it to a small child.

Our verdict? Eat these at your own risk and keep them out of the kiddies reach!

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