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The current medical definition of death is when the heart stops beating. In an interview with LiveScience, NYU Langone’s Sam Parnia, a pulmonologist who studies resuscitation, notes that from that point, it takes up to 20 seconds before brain waves are no longer detectable. If you manage to restart the heart, which is what CPR attempts to do, you'll gradually start to get the brain functioning again.
Have you ever wondered what happens when you die? You’ve probably heard about how those who have died and come back to life say that they saw light at the end of a tunnel. Or that they floated above their bodies, watching as doctors frantically worked to keep them alive. But until now it was not known if the mind kept working after the body died. Just like the remake of the ’90s cult horror “Flatliners,” starring Ellen Page, scientists have discovered that a person’s consciousness continues to work after they have died. In the film, a group of young doctors conducts a dangerous experiment to see what happens in the afterlife by taking turns stopping their hearts. Dr. Sam Parnia and her team from
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David Schwimmer has been roundly praised by a woman who interviewed him in 2011, noting how his sensitivity contrasted widely with the behaviour of Harvey Weinstein. The spectacular fall from grace of Weinstein, 65, has opened the floodgates for accusations to flow forth in politics, fashion and film. But Nell Minow, in response to the disgust felt at Hollywood behaviour, has spoken of her meeting with the Friends actor in 2011, when he was promoting Trust – the film he directed, telling the real life story of a young girl preyed upon by an online abuser. The restaurant they were due to speak in proved noisy, and so the Friends star hesitantly broached the notion of going up to his room. Schwimmer said he could ask a third person to be present in the room. "I haven’t thought of that since it happened but the Weinstein stories made me not just remember it but remember it in an entirely different context as an indicator of the prevalence of predatory behaviour and as an indicator of Schwimmer’s integrity and sensitivity," she said. This file photo taken on May 23, 2017 shows US film producer Harvey Weinstein posing during a photocall as he arrives to attend the De Grisogono Party on the sidelines of the 70th Cannes Film Festival Credit: AFP "This wasn’t just about his being a good guy who would not have tried anything. “He understood what it is like to have to be constantly on the alert and he wanted to make sure I understood I was safe." She added: "I just want to say thank you. And, also, your movie was very good."
First lady Melania Trump is now 25 percent more likely to dump her husband, the president, before the end of the year, thanks to this week's body double rumors, an Irish bookmaker said Wednesday. Paddy Power had offered bettors 16-1 odds that the Trumps would move from Washington to Splitsville — but dropped those odds to 12-1 after online conspiracists floated the notion that the first lady is sending a stand-in to pose next to her husband. “It looks like a case of Donald Dumped, if the conspiracy theorists are anything to go by,” a spokesman for the company said in a release.
DEAR ABBY: I will soon be married 48 years, but it is not much of a marriage. There is no sex, no touching, no kind and compassionate words, only bickering and arguing. I can’t figure out why I’m still here. I have thought about leaving many times. I have written three books, and because of it, my husband has ridiculed me. I have also owned and operated two businesses. I’m active in the community, which he resents. He is an introvert, while I am an extrovert. He no longer accompanies me to activities, but when he did, he would make snide remarks to people who stopped to chat with us. So I no longer invite him. Help me, please! — SAD, LONELY WIFE DEAR WIFE: I will try. If you are asking my permission
Over the span of five years, Angela Crickmore dropped 70 pounds and went from a size 20 to a 6, and her before-and-after transformation is truly inspiring. After moving from Brazil to London and starting a job that provided her with unhealthy meals every day, Angela slowly started to put on weight. At her heaviest, she weighed about 190 pounds and always felt tired. "I wasn't happy at all with myself; I felt I was trapped in someone else's body," she admitted in a recent YouTube video on her channel. So what was the "aha moment" that sparked Angela's desire to change her body? The lightbulb went off in her head when she visited her hairdresser, who had recently dropped a ton of weight. Seeing
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