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A New Zealander was rendered toothless, after a dispute with his dentist over a bill. 75-year-old Ramon McDonald went in for a recent dental procedure, but left without his lower dentures. He was originally given a quote of $400 to fix his problem, but was shocked when he received an $840 invoice. Dentist Mike Peters refused to return McDonald's false teeth until he paid. McDonald's wife, Sharon, claims the humiliating incident caused eating problems and anxiety for her husband. "He is very conscious of his teeth; he would not go out in public without them."

Sharon consulted a lawyer, who explained that it was illegal for Peters to withhold the teeth without a contract. As a result, Peters returned the teeth to McDonald on Monday.

6:18 a.m. Story

Saying thank you could actually be the key to happiness. University of Califonia researcher Sonja Lyubomirsky believes that intentional acts that make us feel gratitude are powerful tools for a healthy psyche.

She argues that half of your happiness is genetically set, while 10% is due to life circumstances and 40% is left to one’s behavior. As you have probably figured out, that means we can help ourselves be happier by actually doing things, not just thinking about them!

Intentional acts are much more valuable than anything you can do on autopilot, especially if almost half of our happiness could be up to our own actions!

(Source; Men’s Health)


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6:55 a.m. Health Story

When you were a kid, one of the first things your parents probably taught you about good health and hygiene is that you should brush your teeth every night before going to bed. Well, seems that’s one lesson a lot of us have apparently forgotten.
According to a new British survey, almost 45 percent of adults say they do not brush their teeth at night, and you can imagine the excuses they gave. Forty percent blamed it on being tired, while 30 percent were just plain lazy, and 28 percent say they just simply forget.
But those who do brush their teeth aren’t exactly much better. Twenty percent of people say they brush with water only, while 41 percent actually use their finger, which dentists warn against because it can introduce new bacteria into your mouth.
And if brushing is bad, forget about flossing. Only 24 percent of those polled say they floss their teeth daily.
Source: “The Daily Mail”
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7:30 a.m. Tim's News You Can't Use

Martin Lozano was recently vacationing in Spain when a seagull stole his GoPro camera. He placed the camera on a cement ledge and was recording the bird when it lunged forward, picked up the camera, and flew off. The seagull cruised around before returning with the camera. The camera recorded panoramic views of Spain.
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The 6th Annual World Gravy Wrestling Championships took place yesterday in Rossendale, England. 22 wrestlers grappled in 396 gallons of beef gravy. Matches lasted for two minutes. Wrestlers dressed as Fred Flintstone, a pregnant nun and a chicken competed.

Spectator George Mason told the South West News Service: "It made me really hungry and it was really tempting to jump in there myself. The first thing we did afterwards was go and buy some chips and gravy. It's one of our favorite foods around here."
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Researchers from the Universities of Dundee and Edinburgh have created an ice cream that does not quickly melt. They included a special protein in their ice cream that binds together air, fat and water. The new ice cream is firmer, has fewer calories, and does not melt as fast as regular ice cream.
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The Lower Paxton Township, Pennsylvania police recently arrested Derrick Brunson for scamming a woman he met on an online dating site. The 43 year-old claimed he was a policeman and lied about his name claiming he was Onyae Brown. The two ''fell in love'' and agreed to marry in Atlantic City. The woman gave Brunson $4,500 to pay for their wedding. He bailed while she went to the police. Cops investigated and discovered that Brunson was already married and was a bouncer, not a police officer. He was charged with theft by deception.
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J.Lo has a high-tech system to remember everything she wears so she doesn’t repeat her outfits, a source close to the singer tells Confidenti@l. “She had her feet up at a meeting, and someone noticed that she had a bar code on her shoe and asked her if she borrowed them,” says our insider. “Jennifer laughed and said no, that she has her own internal bar code system on all of her closets to digitally keep track of what she wore and when she wore it, so that she isn’t caught wearing the same thing twice.”

We’re told all her clothes, from her gowns down to her jeans and T-shirts, have a tag inside with a code that’s scanned into a database, which pulls up a picture and description of each item, including size, color and date it was last worn. There’s also a database of paparazzi shots of the singer wearing the items. “She has a full-time staffer in charge of just her clothing,” adds our source, who says that with the star’s extensive travels and homes in New York and Los Angeles, the system monitors where every piece of clothing is at every moment in case she needs access. “She takes her fashion very seriously,” laughs our insider. “She never wants to be caught accidentally in the same thing twice. When she chooses to wear something more than once, it’s intentional.”

We’re also told Lopez’s closet looks like “Barneys,” with some “historic” pieces she has worn placed on mannequins behind glass in her three-room closet in New York.
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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, N.J. (AP) — The Atlantic City bomb squad was dispatched to a southern New Jersey home over the weekend after a man dug up a live cannonball in his backyard.

Police say the Lower Township man was digging behind his West Bates Avenue home when he discovered the explosive Saturday.

Police say the brass-capped cannonball was approximately 5 inches in circumference and was stamped "4k, 85mm."

Officials say the bomb squad took an x-ray of the device and determined it was fully functional. The cannonball was later detonated in an unpopulated area.

Police say the discovery is not unusual for this part of the state, but residents are advised to never touch or move any found artillery shells.

Originally fired as solid projectiles, cannonballs developed over time to include fuses and explosive materials.
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CHICAGO (AP) — Southwest Airlines says a Chicago-bound flight has been diverted to Texas after a group of passengers became disorderly.

The airline says Flight No. 1522 from San Diego was diverted Monday night to Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport in Amarillo, Texas.

Southwest says in a statement that several passengers traveling together "became disorderly and, subsequently, refused to follow instructions from the crew."

It says law enforcement officials met the aircraft and detained six people. The flight then continued on to Chicago's Midway International Airport and landed without further incident.

Amarillo police did not immediately return a message seeking comment Tuesday morning.
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Chasidy Tomlin, of Abilene, Texas, recently ordered her husband a chicken-fried steak cake for his birthday.

She tells KTXS that The Taylor County Taphouse created the cake. “My husband is not a sweets fan and has never really enjoyed birthday cakes. He always jokes about getting a chicken-fried steak cake. They were definitely a little shocked but excited to take the challenge. We didn't know exactly how it would turn out but wanted to try it. Well, it turned out amazing. It looked just like a cake and tasted delicious.
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A Victoria, Canada man called 911 on Saturday after he saw a unicorn chasing a man through a cemetery. Cops arrived and found a man in a unicorn mask waving a large hunting knife. They asked the unicorn to drop his weapon. Cops questioned the unicorn and his victim and discovered they were making a funny video. No charges were filed.
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AIRDRIE, Alta. - Police in Airdrie, Alta., are on the lookout for a brazen bandit whose description probably includes really white teeth and fresh breath.

The man is alleged to have stolen (Canadian) $951 worth of Crest White Strips from a Shoppers Drug Mart pharmacy back on July 13.

The suspect left in a white SUV and RCMP say it's possible a woman was also involved in the crime.

The investigation is ongoing.
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A French court has awarded Marine Richard $750 a month in disability because she is allergic to Wi-Fi. She suffers from electromagnetic sensitivity. Any exposure to cell phones, Wi-Fi or televisions causes Marine extreme discomfort. She lives in a barn to avoid electromagnetic waves.
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Two people in Connecticut broke onto a family's boat as they slept and enjoyed a fast food dinner and, of course, took some selfies. The family was awoken by the camera flash and the two intruders ran off. Cops used a receipt left in the bag of food to track down 20-year-old Julia Armijo and 23-year-old Renny Isaac. They've since been charged with breach of peace and criminal trespass. Source: Associated Press
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A San Francisco bartender recently found $20 on the ground which he used to buy a winning lottery ticket worth $1 million.
Hubert Tang tells lottery spokesman Greg Parashak: "I scratched the ticket outside of the store. I told my friend who I was with that I didn't know if it was real but, 'I think I just won a million dollars.''

Tang hadn't played the lottery in a decade.

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8:10 a.m. Story

(NEWSER) – In honor of National Dog Day—it came and went this week—social networking site Nextdoor has released a list of the most popular dog names in America. And it appears a lot of people are still big Twilight fans. So without further ado, here are your top 10:
1. Bella
2. Lucy
3. Max
4. Daisy
5. Bailey
6. Buddy
7. Molly
8. Charlie
9. Maggie
10. Sadie
Nextdoor got those 10 names by aggregating information from users in nearly 70,000 neighborhoods, notes Discovery. It broke down the data even further to discover that the most popular chihuahua name is Coco, while the top boxer name is Rocky. For some reason, there are also a lot of shih tzus named Chewie in Atlanta and way more Boston beagles named Cadbury than you would think.
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