Mom with sleep disorder claims she once unknowingly purchased a full-sized basketball court

Kelly Snipes, 37, said that she had a history of sleepwalking as a child, but her symptoms became more severe after the birth of her first child. (SWNS) “I didn’t feel like I could be a mom or a wife,” she told SWNS. After being turned away from several doctors, Snipes wrote directly to two consultants who took on her case. She was reportedly diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and parasomnia. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious disorder but not relatively uncommon. It causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start in patients during sleep, disrupting the sleep pattern and causing exhaustion in patients. The second diagnosis, parasomnia, refers to abnormal things that can happen to people while they sleep, apart …

Mom with sleep disorder claims she once unknowingly purchased a full-sized basketball court

Kelly Snipes, 37, said that she had a history of sleepwalking as a child, but her symptoms became more severe after the birth of her first child. (SWNS) “I didn’t feel like I could be a mom or a wife,” she told SWNS. After being turned away from several doctors, Snipes wrote directly to two consultants who took on her case. She was reportedly diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea and parasomnia. Sleep apnea is a potentially serious disorder but not relatively uncommon. It causes breathing to repeatedly stop and start in patients during sleep, disrupting the sleep pattern and causing exhaustion in patients. The second diagnosis, parasomnia, refers to abnormal things that can happen to people while they sleep, apart …

A Fatal Tesla Autopilot Crash, Rising Methane Levels, and More News

A cruise in a self-driving Tesla turned deadly, the air taxi of the future has taken flight, and climate change is speeding up. Here's the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Today's Headlines A new report on a fatal Tesla crash looks grim A new report from the National Transportation Safety Board reveals that a Tesla crash in March marked the fourth person to die in an Autopilot-related incident. The car hit a truck on the highway while driving itself, sheering the roof off the car and killing the driver—a crash that was eerily similar to an earlier one in May 2016. Yet Tesla CEO Elon Musk continues to promise that Tesla cars will be fully …

Everything We Know About The College Admissions Scandal Part TWO! – Perez Hilton

Way back on March 12 (seems like forever ago, doesn’t it?), news broke that more than four dozen rich and high-profile people had been indicted by the federal government on charges including wire fraud, mail fraud, bribery, conspiracy, and a whole host of other allegations. It rocked the internet, and quickly after the entertainment industry, as it was soon revealed that Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman Macy were among those indicted on bribery and fraud charges. For days it seemed like the scandal — in which parents of soon-to-be college students allegedly bribed athletic department officials across the country to accept their kids as phony athletic recruits — was all anyone could talk about! And while it certainly hasn’t fallen out of …

Electric ‘flying taxi’ prototype unveiled by German start-up

Lilium says electric jet-powered five-seater aircraft could be in service by 2025 A new flying taxi has been unveiled by German start-up Lilium, which claims the vertical take-off craft could be the basis for an on-demand air service within six years. The electric jet-powered five-seater aircraft is designed to travel up to 300km, a journey that would take it an hour at top speed. While a app-based air taxis in multiple cities by 2025. The latest iteration, with room for a pilot and four passengers, will be the template for Liliums mass production model. With sufficient economy of scale, Lilium believes fares would be around $70 (55) per head for a cross-city hop from, for example, JFK airport to Manhattan. …

Bethenny Frankel Reportedly Shouted At Ex Jason Hoppy In Court- ‘You Tortured Me!’ – Perez Hilton

Bethenny Frankel‘s legal war with ex Jason Hoppy is getting heated. As While the Bravolebrity is seeking primary custody and full decision-making power over their child, Hoppy wants to keep the current joint custody arrangement the same. Per E! News, on Wednesday, Hoppy took the stand to detail the alleged harassing messages he sent to her after their divorce. During his testimony, Jason recalled sending the Skinnygirl founder angry emails in response to a tabloid article about their split, saying: “We settled a confidentiality agreement, I just felt like this was like an F-U to me.” He continued: “As I look back on this, I was a jerk… I remember one email where it was like, I think I sent her eight messages …

Ben Shapiro apologises to Andrew Neil after being ‘destroyed’ in BBC interview

US pundit says he was not prepared for segment, which went viral after he cut it short The US conservative pundit Ben Shapiro has said he was destroyed by Andrew Neil in a TV debate in which he accused the veteran broadcaster of being a lefty before abruptly ending the interview. Neil, chair of the group that owns the rightwing magazine the Spectator, subjected Shapiro to a robust interrogation about previous remarks such as Israelis like to build, Arabs like to bomb crap, and highlighted his support for new hardline abortion laws in the state of Georgia. At this point in the BBC Politics Live broadcast, Shapiro, formerly of Breitbart, accused Neil of bias and suggested abortions after more than …

Grateful Parkland Students Honor Therapy Dogs With Yearbook Page

Parkland, Florida, created a yearbook page of furry portraits to honor the 14 therapy and service dogs that helped them get through the aftermath of last year’s horrific mass shooting.  Aerie yearbook for therapydogprincess.” Schooner Davis wore a dapper bow(wow) tie for picture day. fatally shot 17 people on campus on Feb. 14 last year. The suspected shooter, a former student, has The first official therapy dog at the school was a Bernese mountain mix named River. School library media specialist Diana Haneski, who Sun Sentinel tweet about the dogs were touched — but also saddened that they were even needed in the first place as the number of shootings in U.S. schools continues to climb. REAL LIFE. REAL NEWS. REAL VOICES. …

Trump Pardons Pat Nolan, Ex-GOP Lawmaker Nabbed In FBI ‘Shrimpscam’ Sting

Announcing the pardon on Wednesday, the White House praised Nolan for his “tireless” advocacy for criminal justice reform and victims’ rights. It was the second pardon of the day issued by Trump, who earlier Nolan expressed his gratitude for Trump’s pardon in a tweet. Nolan, who served as the leader of the Republican minority in the state assembly from 1984 to 1988, was nabbed in an FBI bribery sting dubbed “Shrimpscam” after he was secretly videotaped accepting two $5,000 checks from an undercover FBI agent. Nolan was later charged on six counts including racketeering, extortion and money laundering. To avoid the risk of a longer sentence, he pleaded guilty to one count of racketeering and ended up serving 25 months …

Black Dogs And Cats Are Last On The List For Adoption, I Want To Change That By Taking Beautiful Portraits Of Them

I’ve done a bit of research on this and there seem to be four major reasons that black dogs and cats are last on the list for potential adoptees – firstly, they don’t photograph well (I think these images disprove that point) which is tragic if you want to take over Instagram with your new pet (repeatedly smacks forehead against wall), secondly, black dogs can look intimidating and aggressive, thirdly, black cats are superstitiously unlucky (or should that be stupid-stitiously) and lastly, they are a bit plain and boring to look at. What. Evs. here. My Googling did reveal an interesting tip for shelters looking to encourage people to adopt their ‘boring’ black dogs and cats – place them with …

Public transport abuse ‘all too common’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionThe 15-minute ordeal was captured on camera A woman sexually harassed on a tram said the abuse, which she filmed and posted on social media, was “all too common”. Journalist Charlotte Green tweeted a clip of the ordeal on a Metrolink service between Oldham and Manchester’s Exchange Square. It shows a man making lewd comments and sexual gestures before threatening a passenger who tried to intervene. Ms Green, 26, said the system needed to change. The harassment took place on Monday at about 20:00 BST on the East Didsbury line as Ms Green made her way home from work. It lasted about 15 minutes. Image copyright Charlotte Green Image caption Charlotte Green …

‘The Bachelorette’ Recap: We Found Jesus In The Shower

The BacheloretteBachelortearsI’m slightly more hopeful for despite the fact that I’m already mentally preparing myself to hear the phrase “Roll Tide!” no less than 1,000 times in this two-hour episode. In case anyone forgot, yes, Hannah B aka Alabama Hannah aka Little Miss Professional Runner-Up is the new Bachelorette! I feel like this season we might be in for a real treat and get a more down-to-earth, can’t-be-swayed-by-the-Flat-Tummy-Tea-deals type of Bachelorette, or we’ll get the type who won’t be able to speak words. As I said, a real treat! Just to set the mood for you guys, my dog, after seeing me break open a bottle of rosé and hearing the beginnings of Chris Harrison’s opening monologue, has already fled …

HS2 needs major rethink, say peers

But it said the scheme had put too much emphasis on cutting journey times and not enough on the economic impact on regions. Minister promises no ‘betrayal’ over HS2 High speed rail ‘will benefit Scotland’ It said the first phase of the project offered “little benefit” to northern cities, despite them being in most need of better rail infrastructure. And it said the second phase, which would improve journey times between Leeds and Sheffield, risked never going ahead because of spending overruns. “The northern sections of High Speed 2 must not be sacrificed to make up for overspending on the railway’s southern sections,” said Lord Forsyth, who chairs the committee. Cost control The report called for the Northern Powerhouse Rail …

Everything You Need to Know About The Jenelle Evans/David Eason Dog Fiasco Betches

Teen MomTeen Mom 2Here’s what went down. Last week, David Eason, Jenelle Evans’ husband, purposefully shot and killed their French bulldog Nugget in North Carolina where they live. He now could go to jail for up to 4 months, which honestly seems like too little for such a vile act. Jenelle claimed he killed the dog because it was being aggressive toward Ensley, their 2-year-old daughter, and that she was seriously considering pressing charges against him for it (makes sense). I would press charges if someone gave my dog a weird look on the sidewalk, so David deserves whatever punishment is coming his way. A post shared by May 1, 2019 at 5:36am PDT “I dont give a damn what …

China expected to retaliate over Trump tariff hike, economic adviser says

Larry Kudlow says We may know more today or this evening or tomorrow after Trump raises spectre of a full-blown trade war The US expects China to retaliate over the Trump administrations Talks ended on Friday and tweeted saying Beijing had deliberately sought to delay negotiations. China felt they were being beaten so badly in the recent negotiation that they may as well wait around for the next election, 2020, to see if they could get lucky [and] have a Democrat win, he said. Kudlow told Fox no more talks were planned but also said there was a strong possibility Trump and Chinese president Xi Jinping will meet in Japan at [the] G20 summit at the end of June. In …

Huge Animals Should Have A Higher Risk Of Cancer So Why Don’t Whales?

There is a strange contradiction in nature known as Peto’s Paradox. Large, long-lived animals should be much more likely to get cancer than little critters that live fast and die young because they have more cells to mutate and more time for things to go wrong. But they aren’t. Our own cancer risk is 11-25 percent. An elephant’s, on the other hand, is just 5 percent. So what about the biggest creatures to ever grace our planet? Despite their immense size, whales are much better at avoiding cancer than us puny humans. A new study, published in the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution, helps us understand why. Northern Arizona University’s Marc Tollis and his team turned to the humpback whale …