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Iraq agrees to allow inspections of areas except presidential sites – to assess whether it is developing weapons of mass destruction.
A Senate report says the SEC should have caught accounting abuses before the collapse of Enron.
Sniper (s) at work - Five people are shot to death – in random killings in the Washington D.C. area.
Top TV Shows/Ratings/TV Guide – October 22, 2002
Friends – 34.01 million viewers
CSI – 20.47
ER – 26.72
everybody loves raymond tv ratings nielson oct 1 2002 trivia timeline mrpopcultureEverybody Loves Raymond at 9:30p – 24.04
Everybody Loves Raymond – 23.27
CSI: Miami – 23.10
Scrubs – 22.31
Survivor: Thailand – 21.72
Wil & Grace – 21.45
Frasier – 21.12
Top Movies – October 1, 2002
Sweet Home Alabama
By Big Fat Greek Wedding
One Hour Photo
The Banger Sisters
Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever
The Four Feathers
“If you have anxiety, checking your thyroid should be a routine part [of treatment],” says Myers. “The thyroid in and of itself can cause mood disturbances, particularly if you have an overactive thyroid.” Making matters worse? Stress and anxiety can also trigger a thyroid disorder because of extra cortisol – the “stress” hormone. Myers adds, “It’s a Catch-22.”
“You know your body better than anyone else,” Myers notes. “If you intuitively feel like this is more than anxiety, or if it’s just come out of the blue, you need to get it checked out.” So if you’re concerned, she advises you ask your doc for a full thyroid work-up, including testing for antibodies.
And you can also do stress-relieving activities to help prevent thyroid irregularities. So if you’re feeling anxious, try taking long, deep breaths, meditation, yoga, or even a hot bath to relax. Just don’t overdo it with the exercise; Myers says that can make anxiety or a thyroid condition worse. So keep calm and try to find your zen instead.
Source: New York Post
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It all comes down to an ancient Greek philosophy called the Phi ratio, which Julian De Silva, MD, of the Centre for Advanced Facial Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery used along with computer facial mapping to determine which famous women have the ideal face ratio and symmetry. While standards of beauty vary by culture, the ratio method is an interesting approach to aesthetics and may give us some clues as to why some people stand out more than others.
Dr. De Silva pointed out that this study is by no means a way to pit women against each other. "With this ground-breaking technology, we have solved some of the mysteries of what it is that makes someone physically beautiful," he said. So, according to the ancient Greeks and science, here are the 10 most beautiful women in the world:
Amber Heard: 91.85 percent
Kim Kardashian: 91.39 percent
Kate Moss: 91.06 percent
Emily Ratajkowski: 90.8 percent
Kendall Jenner: 90.18 percent
Helen Mirren: 89.93 percent
Scarlett Johansson: 89.82 percent
Selena Gomez: 89.57 percent
Marilyn Monroe: 89.41 percent
Jennifer Lawrence: 89.24 percent
7:30 a.m. Tim's News You Can't Use
Mashable claims Doritos is celebrating Halloween in Japan by offering black garlic Doritos. Perfect for warding off vampires
Live Science claims a wildlife photographer recently came across a bizarre looking caterpillar in the Peruvian Amazon. The flannel moth caterpillar has fluffy orange hair that resembles Donald Trump's combover. Scientists and photographers have nicknamed the caterpillar the Trump-a-pillar.
Locals do not touch the Trump-a-pillar because it is covered in venomous spines
No one likes having the dreaded visible panty lines showing, but even when you drop big bucks on those “invisible” undies from athletic brands, they still show a little in your running tights or yoga pants. Which isn’t what you want to be thinking about when you’re doing a downward dog in a crowded yoga class, right? So to save us from that potential embarrassment, now there are strapless, no-show underwear.
An underwear company Shibue makes these little undergarments, but they’re actually not much more than a sticker. Basically, they look like a scrap of flesh-colored fabric that uses that same kind of sticky, reusable silicone gel that holds bra cutlets in place. There’s a triangle-shaped piece for the front and a narrow strip of cloth that runs up your booty and another sticker secures the whole thing to the top of your tailbone. And it looks as uncomfortable as it sounds.
The no-line strapless undies will cost you $16 a pair, but they’re washable and reusable.
NEW YORK (AP) — It's official -- Lady Gaga will headline the Super Bowl 51 halftime show. The NFL and Pepsi made the announcement yesterday. The game will be played at NRG Stadium in Houston on February 5th and broadcast on Fox. The NFL says the last Super Bowl halftime show was watched by more than 116 million people, when Beyonce, Bruno Mars and Coldplay were the headliners. Lady Gaga is no stranger to the big game. She sang the national anthem at Super Bowl 50.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — For one sparkling minute each night, blinking lights from skyscrapers to police cruisers send a goodnight message to sick kids. The gesture began with a single bike light cheering up a patient six years ago. Now it's a nightly ritual in Providence, Rhode Island. Giddy kids inside the Hasbro Children's Hospital wait for 8:30 p.m. each night, when strangers flash their Good Night Lights. The kids get their own flashlights to return the message.
PITTSBURGH (AP) — A do-nothing Congress? Not for Pennsylvania Congressman Tim Murphy. He helped save the life of a man found unconscious in a Congressional office building in Washington. The Republican lawmaker performed CPR, and a Capitol police officer used a defibrillator on the man. Murphy says the victim is a "sweet gentle guy" who delivers mail to Congressional offices. The congressman and the police officer were able to revive the man. Murphy tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette he learned CPR from his mom. He was officially certified in CPR last year in the Navy Reserve.
The city of Pittsburgh has given Henry Gaston 30 days to get his noisy rooster under control. It's loud bird calls are bothering his neighbors. The city has a ban against people owning roosters. Henry says that the rooster lives on his property on its own and that he's called animal control and a zoo to help catch it. Henry hopes to move the rooster to a farm.
When committing a crime, it's best to use as few props as possible. Larry Johnson apparently didn't think about that. The able-bodied 36-year-old from Connecticut rolled into a jewelry store in a wheelchair and asked an employee to see a $37-thousand Rolex watch. Once it was in his hands, Johnson got up, maced the employee and security guard, and ran out. So how'd he get caught? He left his finger prints on the wheelchair. Now, John will spend six years in jail on first-degree robbery, larceny and assault charges. Source: CT Post
Police in Queens, New York are looking for a man who doesn't understand how money works. The unidentified man was enjoying some booze a bar when the bartender told him she wouldn't be serving him anymore. Naturally, like any rational person, he "grabbed the 38-year-old by the hair and hit her in the head with a glass." Why did she not want to serve him in the first place? He didn't pay for his previous round of drinks. The bartender had to get five stitches. Considering there's security footage of the attack, this angry, and cheap, drunk will probably be caught soon. Source: Gothamist
Aidan Martin Devlin is in serious trouble over carrots. The 53-year-old was caught claiming his bag of apples was actually a bag of carrots while using the grocery store self check out scanner. Devlin wanted to save himself some money consider apples cost $2.60 per pound while carrots cost $1.20 for the same amount. The savvy shopper has pled guilty to "false representation" and will be sentenced next month. Source: Mirror
The Chesire, England police are looking for a man who has been lurking in the woods in red high heels and lingerie. Sergeant Angela Coppock tells the Daily Express that the man has not approached any hikers. She is warning people to stay away from him.
Two thieves recently drove their BMW into a Spokane, Washington pot shop. The men couldn't get any marijuana because it was locked in a safe so they stole $500 worth of bongs. The store estimates damage at $15,000.
Londoner Norman Pearson recently tried to board a flight from Spain to Manchester, England with a juicy, cooked pork pie in his carry-on luggage. The pork's juices were spilling everywhere. Guards found the pie as it went through an X-ray machine. The 69 year-old planned to eat the pie on his flight. Pearson was allowed to board the plane with his food
KEIZER, Ore. (AP) — It's the case of a chrome dome in someone else's home. Authorities charge 39-year-old Eric Avila broke into a couple's Oregon home and shaved his head. The resident says he heard noise coming from his bathroom and found a stranger there. The resident says the man used hand sanitizer on his scalp and ran a shaver across his head. The couple eventually persuaded the man to leave. The Statesman Journal reports police ID'd the suspect thanks to the couple's description and the man's partially shaved head. Avila's now charged with burglary and criminal mischief.
Cleveland.com claims Stephanie Byron is suing an Escambia County, Florida Deputy for unnecessarily tasing her. The officer tried to apologize to Byron by sending her a cake. The cake was decorated with one stick figure tasing another and the message; "Sorry I Tased You"
Byron is seeking unspecified damages.
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