The Biebs is coming! The Biebs is coming!
After putting on a free show for fans in Norway yesterday, Justin Bieber seemed to have caused QUITE the expected chaos with his visit!
While Justin warned fans via Twitter prior to the concert to listen to police to prevent any issues, it’s been reported that 49 girls were injured during the show!
Fourteen teenyboppers were even taken by ambulance, though no one — thankfully — was seriously injured. Bieber’s visit even led to the mayor declaring a state of emergency…!!
Mayor of Oslo, Fabian Stang said:
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After cutting herself with the kitchen knife, Miley Cyrus was rushed to the emergency room Monday night with the aid of hunky loverboy Liam Hemsworth.
She was released Tuesday only to realize she needed to get that nasty finger gash stitched up!
Because there was blood going everywhere! Ick!!
So back she went! A rep confirms:
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AHHH!!! How is this girl still alive!?
The latest episode of Strange Addiction follows a young woman who is addicted to drinking gasoline. She drinks up to 12 teaspoons a day, which means she has guzzled down about 5 gallons in the last year.
We always thought one sip of this stuff would send you to the emergency room, but it looks like we were wrong. However, we're glad we thought that because otherwise we may have tried a couple sips and developed a pretty strange addiction.
Check out the clip above to get a preview of this Sunday's episode!
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Either the music was too loud and someone REALLY pissed Diddy off last night!
The hip hop mogul was rushed to UCLA's hospital with symptoms of an extreme migraine.
His entourage were so concerned about Diddy's massive headache, they whisked him to the emergency room.
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This news may not make this year's Halloween a happy one for some people.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning adults 40 years of age or older to cut back on black licorice.
Eating 2 ounces of the candy a day for at least two weeks may lead to arrhythmia, or irregular heart rhythm, which could possibly land you in the emergency room.
A sweetening compound found in black licorice called glycyrrhizin can cause the body's potassium levels to drop, which may lead to abnormal heartbeat and high blood pressure.
Don't get too worked up though because (A.) we're assuming not many people eat that much black licorice and (B.) the FDA only received one report of this actually affecting a person last year. Not exactly an epidemic.
Still, you've been warned! Ha!
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What. Is. Happening?!
Rick Ross was forced to make ANOTHER emergency landing in Birmingham, Alabama yesterday, once again en route to his concert in Memphis, because he once again suffered another seizure!
He's currently in a hospital ER.
Clearly, something is very, very wrong, our thoughts and prayers are with him at this time!
Keep fighting, Rick!
[Image via WENN.]
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A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released a report indicating emergency room visits are on the rise for kids with sports and recreation-related brain injuries, like concussions.
Nearly 250,000 children were taken to the ER with concussions and other brain injuries in 2009, compared to just 150,000 in 2002!
At first glance, this looks awful. What's the deal here? Are sports becoming rougher and tougher?
According to Dr. Julie Gilchrist, a pediatrician at the CDC and lead author of the study, parents and coaches are just becoming smarter:
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