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Sad! Pit Bull Puppies Poisoned At Education Event!

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Who would do such a despicable thing!

Five pit bull puppies were poisoned during an education event in Pennsylvania.

A Darrah Bull Bully Rescue held the event in hopes of inform dog lovers about the misconceptions behind pit bulls.

Sadly, the showcase was marred when two of the puppies died

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Genetically Modified Grass Kills Cattle

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In Texas, almost an entire heard of cattle died for an unknown reason.

It was just found out that the die-off was linked to genetically modified grass.

Apparently 15 of 18 animals on an 80-acre ranch began making all kinds of noise

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Bret Michaels Gets His Rocks Off With Get Your Rock On

He’s back! And he’s still talking dirty to us!

Bret Michaels sold 30 million records with Poison in the ‘80s, started the sex tape trend with Pam Anderson in the ‘90s, and sought a soulmate on Rock of Love in the 2000s.

It’s a new decade and Bret is back pumping out jams with his new single, Get Your Rock On.

It kind of sounds like the music for a beer commercial. Yikes!

Maybe he should stick to awesome Christmas cards!?

Not even Kid Rock sings about Jager-bombs and panty dropping any more!

That said, every thorn is attached to a rose and — in the spirit of saying something nice or not saying anything at all — the guitar work off of Bret’s new track is surprisingly catchy.

But don’t take our word for it, ch-ch-check out Get Your Rock On (above)!

[Image via BretMichaels.com.]

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Tide Pods Make MORE Kids Sick!

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You're killing us! Literally.

Previously, we reported that Tide Pods were a serious health concern for kids, and tons of children were becoming violently sick after eating the brightly colored pods because they were mistaking them for candy.

The hits keep coming.

An estimated 250 cases of health issues have been reported this year of children eating the pods. Scary!!!

Here's what a doctor said about the near epidemic:

"We're not quite sure why it's happening, but we've clearly had some kids who have become much more ill. We look at these pods as being clearly more dangerous than the standard detergent."

Clearly.

Our question remains, why do these things look so much like candy? How can we expect kids not to eat these when some adults might barely tell the difference?

A spokesperson for Tide said they plan to create a new double latch lid on tubs of Tide Pods "in the next couple of weeks."

Thank heavens.

Here's what one doctor said these pods can do to children:

"These pods are quite dangerous if ingested, mainly due to the risk of vomiting which can ultimately lead to aspiration of the product into the lungs with resulting difficulty breathing. The end result can potentially lead to children requiring a ventilator if the reaction to the detergent is severe enough."

So so scary!

PARENTS BEWARE.

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Oh No! Kids Sick After Eating Tide Pods

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Oh no!

Tide Pods have been praised for their convenience to laundry doers, but at what cost?

Kids who have been mistaking the small, brightly colored pods for candy are getting extremely sick.

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Dr. Patrick Helps Keep Our Pets Safe From Food Poisoning!

Filed under: HealthPetsDogCatTipsDr. Patrick Mahaney

Food is pretty important, we all know that, but we have to make sure nothing funky gets into our pets' bodies!

Dr. Patrick is here to help and make sure we're careful with what we feed our four legged friends!

Toxins can easily get into your doggie or kitty's food and drink, so small changes like

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Beekeepers Ask The EPA To Ban A Pesticide Toxic To Bees

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A group of commercial beekeepers has filed a petition to ask the EPA to regulate the use of a pesticide that has proved toxic to honey bees.

These chemicals kill certain insects but are supposed to leave the good ones (in this case bees) unharmed.

But what happened is the poison can lead to a weakened immune system in the bees, which could contribute to colony collapse disorder.

Colony collapse disorder is where all the adult honeybees in a colony suddenly die or disappear.

Other countries have already banned these types of insecticides.

A professor of entomology (bug doctor) said:

"The EPA admits that their testing has not been adequate to determine the impact of this chemical on bees and pollinators."

So maybe it's time for the EPA takes another look at the pesticides they allow to be used.

The bees are vital to over one-third of all of America's crops.

Save the bees!

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