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September 23rd, 2019

Jordyn Woods Reflects on Life’s ‘Ups and Downs’ on 22nd Birthday: ‘I Appreciate Every Moment’ – Yahoo Entertainment

September 23rd, 2019
<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Jordyn Woods just turned 22 and she marked the occasion with a touching throwback post.” data-reactid=”16″>Jordyn Woods just turned 22 and she marked the occasion with a touching throwback post.

The model shared a black-and-white photo of herself back in the day. She’s clutching a handful of balloons as a young girl in the image while wearing a simple, white dress.

“Can I be this little again? Birthdays have always been very emotional for me. It’s a time to reflect on your year and your life thus far,” she wrote alongside the photo. “I appreciate every moment. The ups and the downs. In your downs you can really figure out who’s supposed to be there when you’re up. Thank you for all of the birthday wishes 🖤this is just the beginning..”

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="On Sunday's episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Jordyn’s once-BFF,&nbsp;Kylie Jenner,&nbsp;finally opened up about their falling out after she was accused of kissing Tristan Thompson, Khloe Kardashian’s ex.” data-reactid=”20″>On Sunday’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Jordyn’s once-BFF, Kylie Jenner, finally opened up about their falling out after she was accused of kissing Tristan Thompson, Khloe Kardashian’s ex.

On the episode, Khloe receives a text from Jordyn saying she wants to work through the drama.

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content=""She texted and said she wanted to talk. I don't know if I need to talk to her, like, I don't get closure out of this deal," Khloe told her sister, Kim Kardashian West. "Because I will never feel like I can let her back into my life again. I feel like Kylie’s leaning more towards that and that’s fine and for the love of my sister. I don’t mind talking to her."” data-reactid=”22″>”She texted and said she wanted to talk. I don’t know if I need to talk to her, like, I don’t get closure out of this deal,” Khloe told her sister, Kim Kardashian West. “Because I will never feel like I can let her back into my life again. I feel like Kylie’s leaning more towards that and that’s fine and for the love of my sister. I don’t mind talking to her.”

However, during a trip to Napa, the youngest Jenner sister was level-headed with Khloe while discussing her perspective since her friendship with Jordyn ended.

“I feel like this whole situation needed to happen for a reason for me, for her, for you, for everybody,” the makeup mogul said. “She was my security blanket. She lived with me. We did everything together and I feel like there’s a part of me that needed to grow without her. Sometimes people are there for certain reasons at certain times in your life and then they’re not there for others. Obviously I love her. Right now, she’s kind of doing her thing. I’m doing my thing.”

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September 23rd, 2019

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September 23rd, 2019

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September 23rd, 2019

Face Transplant Recipient’s Donor Face Now Failing – Snopes.com

September 23rd, 2019

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — A woman who was severely burned in a domestic violence attack in Vermont is hoping for a second face transplant after doctors recently discovered tissue damage that likely will lead to the loss of her donor face.

Carmen Blandin Tarleton, 51, was burned over 80% of her body when her estranged husband beat her with a baseball bat and doused her body with lye in 2007. Six years ago, she received a face transplant at Brigham and Woman’s Hospital in Boston, where she’s being evaluated for a possible second transplant.

Tarleton, who now lives in Manchester, New Hampshire, told The Boston Globe she has no regrets about the transplant because it dramatically improved her life. She has learned to play the piano and banjo, wrote a memoir and has spoken to many groups about her life. She lost 20 pounds and began walking five miles a week.

“I had such a low quality of life prior to my face transplant. Do I wish it had lasted 10 or 20 years? Of course,” she said.

More than 40 patients worldwide have received face transplants, including 15 in the United States. None of the American patients have lost their donor faces, but last year, a French man whose immune system rejected his donor face eight years after his first transplant underwent a second.

Tarleton’s doctors noted that most transplanted organs have limited life spans. But her situation is a reminder that despite successes in the field, face transplantation is experimental and still a young science with many unanswered questions about benefits versus long-term risks.

“There are so many unknowns and so many new things we are discovering,” said Dr. Bohdan Pomahac, director of plastic surgery transplantation at the Brigham and one of Tarleton’s surgeons. Still, he said, “it’s really not realistic to hope faces are going to last (the patient’s) lifetime.”

Dr. Brian Gastman, a transplant surgeon at the Cleveland Clinic, which did the first U.S. face transplant 11 years ago, said more patients are starting to experience chronic rejection. “We all believe every patient will likely need a retransplant” at some point, he said.

Since her transplant in February 2013, Tarleton has had repeated rejection episodes when her new face became swollen and red. Those episodes were successfully treated, but last month, physicians discovered that some blood vessels to her face had narrowed and closed, causing facial tissue to die. If the damage progresses slowly, she could go on the wait list for another donor face. Under the worst case scenario, the tissue would die quickly, and doctors would have to remove it and reconstruct her original face.

“We all know we are in unchartered waters,” she said. “I would rather not have to go through a catastrophic failure.”

It will take at least a month to evaluate Tarleton and reach a decision about a second transplant, doctors said. Aside from the setback with her face, a synthetic cornea transplanted into her left eye recently failed, leaving her almost blind.

“These are not common things to go wrong, but when things go wrong, you have to deal with it,” she said. “l will get back to where I was. How, I don’t know. I will get through this.”

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Protecting Yourself Against Deadly Virus Confirmed in Poconos – WNEP Scranton/Wilkes-Barre

September 23rd, 2019
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MONROE AND CARBON COUNTIES, Pa. — A deadly virus spread by mosquitoes has turned up in the Poconos. Triple E has been confirmed in Monroe and Carbon Counties.

The rare disease, which causes inflammation of the brain, has killed at least seven people across the U.S. It can also spread to birds and horses.

The Department of Health says no people in Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania have been infected by Triple E as of yet this year.

However, the disease has been found in a pheasant in Pocono Township in Monroe County and two horses in Mahoning Township in Carbon County.

Peggy Hauschild sprays her horses at Bushkill Riding Stable in Middle Smithfield Township near Stroudsburg with mosquito repellent more than five times a day.

She has to be extra careful now, as cases of Triple E have been confirmed in other places in the Poconos.

“Makes me feel terrible because it could happen to anybody. You can’t prevent the mosquitoes and the flies. You just have to take very good caution… keep everything very clean,” Hauschild said.

Triple E stands for Eastern Equine Encephalitis. The virus spreads after a mosquito bites an infected bird. From there, mosquitoes can transmit the illness by biting other birds, horses, and people.

Hauchild isn’t taking any chances at her barn. She spends more than eight hours a day cleaning and making sure there is no standing water for mosquitoes to grow.

“We have a pest control company come every other week and spray the entire field, the barn, every piece of property,” Hauschild said.

The CDC says the best way to protect yourself against Triple E is by wearing bug spray, particularly ones with the ingredient Deet. The CDC also recommends people wear long sleeves and pants.

People start to show symptoms within three to ten days of being bitten.

Dr. Peter Ender is an infectious disease specialist with St. Luke’s Hospital in Monroe County. He gave us some warning signs of the illness.

“It involves things like even a more persistent high-fever, a more severe headache, the development of confusion, sleepiness, some people go into a coma and may have seizures,” Ender said.

There is no cure for Triple E. The CDC says approximately 30% of people diagnosed with Triple E are killed by the disease.

Many survivors go on to have severe brain damage.

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September 23rd, 2019

Boy, 17, dies after being struck by vehicle in Scarborough – CP24 Toronto’s Breaking News

September 23rd, 2019

Joshua Freeman, CP24.com
Published Monday, September 23, 2019 8:41PM EDT
Last Updated Monday, September 23, 2019 10:22PM EDT

A 17-year-old boy has died in hospital after being struck by a vehicle in Scarborough’s Golfdale Gardens neighbourhood.

It happened at Confederation Drive and Scarborough Golf Club Road at around 8:20 p.m.

Police said the teen appears to have been struck as he was crossing the road.

Citizens at the scene performed CPR on the boy before first responders arrived and took over.

He was then rushed to a trauma centre with life-threatening injuries, Toronto Paramedic Services said.

Around two hours later, police confirmed that the boy died of his injuries in hospital.

“Unfortunately his injuries were very severe and he passed away,” Insp. Jim Gotell told CP24 at the scene.

A sedan with a smashed-in windshield and roof could still be seen on the road.

“We have spoken to the driver of the vehicle and he’s part of the investigation we are conducting right now,” Gotell said.

A collision reconstruction team is also at the scene to try and determine exactly what happened.

“We’ll be looking at the traffic at the time of the accident, the lighting in the area, whether or not the area where the pedestrian was crossing was a controlled area, things of that nature,” Gotell said.

Gotell urged pedestrians to use vigilance when crossing the road, especially in low-light conditions, and also urged motorists to use greater caution on the roads looking out for possible pedestrians. 

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