Perhaps a red carpet interview from the past could finally provide some answers in the wake of Peaches Geldof's tragic passing and inconclusive autopsy!
Some newly dug up footage from 2011 has the 25-year-old mother of two admitting she had a bad heart and serious cholesterol problems, seemingly forcing her to change eating habits.
Although the journalist asking the questions was commenting on her drastic weight loss, Peaches was open and honest about how she slimmed down—revealing health had a lot to do with it:
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Former Olympian Meskerem Legesse was out grabbing a bite with her 2-year-old son in Hamden, Connecticut when she suddenly collapsed and later died as she was being rushed to the hospital.
The Ethiopian distance runner was 8 months pregnant and three weeks away from her expected delivery date at the time, and fortunately doctors were able to rescue her baby.
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Now we know why Santa is so jolly!
The newest legal way to get high is to smoke nutmeg. Nutmeg contains myristicin, a natural mind-altering compound.
"It's the flavor of the month," said Dr. Jeffrey Bernstein, medical director at the Florida Poison Information Center at Jackson Memorial Hospital . "But most people only try it once because they have such nasty side effects. The rewards are not worth the risks."
Here’s the problem — smoking nutmeg has some terrible side-effects.
About 30 minutes to an hour after taking large doses of nutmeg, people usually have severe gastrointestinal reactions, including nausea, vomiting and diarrhea. Hours later, people can suffer from heart and nerve problems as well.
The only thing we’ll be using nutmeg for is to sprinkle it on top of our soy egg nog!
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